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07:23 min | Last month

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"Thank you boy. Boyer pigging points. Do you want ten thousand. What's nothing how i heard you say. Are you kidding good. You don't sound good awesome you sound. Pc it's been a week for one hundred million points. This is an animal that probably gets more visits at the san diego zoo than any other animal more than the octopus more than the seahorses. San diego zoo is famous for this animal. Even have a whole week dedicated to this animal on. Tv let's listen to the instant. Replay even have a whole week dedicated to the animal on tv. That's on yep sharp. Yes the famous shark at the san diego zoo. What shall we take it up with summer. She's celebrating the san diego zoo. Would the shark. Seahorses bill boyer. Yeah dolphin yes. The famous zoo dolphin. How much is that worth. He picked up two points. Valley's next week we'll be celebrating seaworld with the hit balls and the rhinos. Giraffes kangaroos perfect the world famous seaworld kangaroo. How many points would you like this to be a hundred million emily. I was alerted. That it's been a week okay. Emily emily dinosaurs die. The famous san diego zoo dinosaurs stole souls. How many do you want that to be two hundred million. Give it to you. That's four hundred million. Negatives are this is another you detraction at the san diego zoo. This is the one. I i don't even know if we own this one. This one might be on loan to us from china. Pretty shirt is. Isn't that what we did and we didn't. We have an exchange program an exchange program with china and the washington zoo for this animal hoyer. Yeah panda handa. Oh jeez sometimes known as swimming swimming. Ana yeah goldfish she. Yes the famous san diego zoo goldfish. Emily nicely done yup. Thank god boy. Yeah doggy doggy. That's what i hear. How many do you want Ten thousand ten thousand trillion points that's twenty thousand trillion point. Sorry guys it's not doggy. Hear a lotta scribbling going over there chainsaw. Everything okay. i see santa was featured prominently on game of thrones. Emily emily your Is how many thousand twenty thousand trillion points well. Ten thousand shirley points boy got the double negative. Got sure emily. Sorry how many points fifty thousand trillion points you said horseys Boyer boyer horsey. Just happen. I an eater what ant-eater what anti eaters come on no cookie now that you know it's wrong. How many points did you like it to be. Whatever makes you happy cookie. How many points do you want to be cokie. I'm gonna say ten ten trillion okay. So that's not even ten thousand trillion points attention minus ten twenty trillion. Everyone's mind is a disease. But i'll take. I'll take twenty thirty thousand trillion. No i'm sorry either ostrich jesus can be wrong. What you heard me. Oh To be raw right here now with a huge. Thank the little baby animals swinging and mothers trunk. Okay you guys. It's right a lot of sour grapes. Today is the last one here. My goodness oh boy. I guess it's only fun when you're winning. Dave is kind of how it works all right. How many points chainsaw shall we make this worth so that everyone can have a fair shot. Fifty.

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"trillion points" Discussed on DSC On Demand

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07:11 min | Last month

"trillion points" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"Listeners. Much better didn't listen. I know what it's like to be caught up in crazy people's world and you start to wonder. Am i part of the problem. And you're not you are not part of the problem you got caught up in the crazy woman's fury and it's it it it really does make you start questioning yourself. You're cool emily good. Well it's important for me for you to know that i appreciate that. 'cause you're right i did. Did i bring this old. Did we get one call. One email one anything from anyone who said emily's kid is wrong on this thing battle award one not a one. Yeah kids shouldn't fight. But they're gonna they're gonna ear. That's what they do with a that's what they do but the parents of the one supposed to figure out how to solve this not make it ten times worse right. Yeah that escalated quickly When you make when you make honest to growl which i love. I love that old. I have a friend who is similar to ana and awhile ago. Their kid who is in preschool. At the time they got a call for just you know the kid being out of control and crazy. Whatever and the dad. My friend was like well. You know what he listened to me when he's at home. I can handle him when he's at home. You're the teacher so you figure out how to handle it when he's in your classroom like i know right. It's true because little kids will take advantage of a situation. They feel that they're powerful in. But i love when honest. I wanna hit her soul barrier and offering chris boyer punching bag. Well you know it was a moment where catharsis was needed. What things happened today here on the dnc show their anthony wanting to know why the greatest poop dual ever invented. The chainsaw kleenex. Limp saw was not utilized when my five year old as chances dropped one giant kid off at the pool somehow chainsaw got tagged with this giant stool event not boyer who storied actually was so we got to relive voyeurs story. There was a lot of filling in between boyer. Doug ad is dave was looking to pull the tape and what a story it was. You can't hear it on the dnc on-demand podcast it when when kgb dot com or the free iheartradio app. You'd never heard that story never about that. It's pretty clever has pretty clever. If you don't have a nice like some families are famous for their poop. Knife like sarah yeah. Sarah's family are famous for their poop knife there house look under the counter there. It is in all its glory. Summers boyfriend comes over and dumping their house. He's gonna find poop nice right there. It's right under the same. Yeah just opened the doors per turn of ope knife. Got a little spotlight on it. Anybody who comes over and made close friends with the bb family are night. Hit with the poop knife. No that's not true. I don't know what do i know. We are a We are not a poop family. I never thought we'd be one. What else happened today after that. That's what we heard about the event of the week so a quick recap of that. Emily's kindergartner colt built to towerblocks. Another kid knocked it over so so-called went to the teacher who said Gimme a second. I'll be right there. Well couldn't wait a second so took the block through to. The kids had drogoul. On the next day that little boys be of a c- mother boston signs all over the campus shaming cult putting his name on blast calling him an attacker. The school is protecting violence. And who's next colton parents stop hiding. She drew stick figure decks. The boy is the teacher kid not to be digging showing some damn respect and then some suggestions for colts new nickname came in including brick yard. One kid and one whack medevac. And don't forget emily's new nickname doug mama at seven forty. We played battle of the sexes with a good morning in yego crew on key mark. We've got again. So it was paul versus the ladies. Lawrence started out by telling paul. Stop talking in your mouth. So the girls want congratulates. Emily and whoever's he was playing with rachel maddow who none of us have ever watched. We barely know she is well. She's getting a raise thirty million dollars a year and her shows being cut from five days a week to make sense of that known. Can the twenty three million dollar race and a four day. A week were cut. Okay court i sign. Then we've played boy versus the team for five hundred trillion points. The question was what the wonderful world of animals or whatever category. It's not working for you. would it be the previous questions on. Wonderful world of animals has a cat ever given birth to a bear right and the team said yes. And haven't we know as it turns out. No cat has ever given birth to a bear died trying and then how many bones. I don't know how you worded it. Who four neck of human or something like that. Who has more neck bones a draft or a human now. That was a that was kind of a trick. One because draft human of the same but chase said human so today when you asked this. Has an elephant ever sung happy birthday to president during a state dinner eating at the white house. Jade's yes bill inserted wanna hear anything after that. He asked boom as funny because in the beginning. Remember saying emily. We're gonna listen to you. We're going to hear what you say as soon as us. Yes bom sounds like you have pop. He's gotta hypnotic power over you so there was no way for boy to loose way. All davis no no. It's impossible for an elevator saying final answers first voyeur. One that it turns out. He didn't win because elephants can singing exactly the same way as humans.

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06:00 min | Last month

"trillion points" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"Okay sarah let's talk about the great things that were covered disgust talked about and accomplished on this radio. Show today well. Another high school teacher had sex with the students. Why why not it is. Her constitutional rights. Family were teacher was having sex with thirteen year. Old student him and now going and comfort him if he started crying sounded very nice. Did i was very comforted by. Yes unless he showed up as a man that day and then i'm not interested most great megan fox news and machine gun. Kelly time traveled together Though she made a list of pros and cons before dating him why the i roll time traveled together. Okay when time travel turns out to be true. You're going to be left behind. Seven is going to be like everybody who didn't believe doesn't get any fun. I don't wanna go. yes you do yes you do. Are you telling me you wouldn't want to time travel back fifteen years ago when britney spears was like sorta talented and popular i will not leave. It'll be by your side over the way this woman. Thank you all right and it sounds a thousand times scarier time traveling than flying. I mean wave scarier. So i can handle it. Time travel scarier than fly as the thirteen year olds kicking the windows out of thirty five thousand feet. No-one kicked the window out of my time machine. What if they do that though. They're gonna lose their mind all the time travel machine not just human history end up with the dinosaurs. Whoops you're dead. Did you see that documentary. It's just you and a dog in the delorean. It's perfect eighty eight miles an hour. Nothing went wrong with any of their their tempa. Traveling right no. We got to try to bang his mom and technically never traveled with einstein in the car. O einstein rode alone. Okay what else then. We tried to make a list of pros and cons for boyer and emily's pro is that he's just such a thoughtful good gift giver and then her con was. He's never wrong even when he's wrong. And i was starting to read by lists and i said he loves dogs more than anything and then somehow you weirdos. Twisted and interpret dad soulmates. Who time traveled together or something daughter percent true known about girls put liquor before you stick it on. The list is it. Emily very disappointing. Why didn't you put that on the pro or con list. I don't know how you would come on that one. Nah just let them get going sexual with him. Okay open the door for any sexual stuff and good girl before you stick it. Is that a pro or a concert. Obviously it's a pro okay there. You go soulmates. Can't figure out why you saw more pros all right. What else just like new england who's badmouthing america. They're cracking on american cheese. They say it's so funny. We don't have proper cheese And mean. Emily agree because if they're right there and that left the bad taste of american cheese and the guy's mouth who do not appreciate our thoughts on that and seven forty. It was battle of the sexes. Good morning cindy go crew on key mark. Mathis was busy having my claws with dagmar so he did not make it. It was paul versus the ladies popping. Scout chose were boobs or salva bags but still in the tiebreaker on his own. So guys the lead now. Ten to nine. He almost ought to get two point for today's when doing it all by himself. He's still impressive. Very impressive nice job. Paul and the did the weather. That's right guy. He did a lot today. He needs a rub down or something. What else needs some lick it before they stay over there. Hey i'm just saying like chainsaws naked jacuzzi hot tub Revived and he should be there. yes he should. okay what else. You got an email from listener. Chris does she is thirteen. Her neighbor is cheating on her husband and now that she's moving wants to know if she should tell the husband what she witnessed or just shut her yapper and i think it was the one who said you should let the wife. You know what's going on but boyer says it's too bad. He's got another mule kicking in his stall. So it's too bad. That cost blair. A dollar for analogy long. Loan analogy today. That's right. It was a playboy versus the team with listener. Not travis for beg- trillion points. The question was has a house cat ever given birth to a bear so obviously the team said yes. Boom boom boyer said no and he was right because the answer was there weather house cat who is pregnant with a panda fetus but the cat died in ammonia and did not give birth to the cub. So boyer win see. There's a bunch of mad parents who are going to light up and explode if you put a mask on their kids especially if it is a used doug diaper but finally david. We learned that. Emily has broccoli dog problems in our house. And so i'm pretty sure. I got this one hundred percent right. She's gonna put boy on a leash. Have him on all fours and watch him lick zone. Wow a great day at six o'clock. Try day on the cage..

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"trillion points" Discussed on DSC On Demand

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05:21 min | 2 months ago

"trillion points" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"You're parentheses so don't get all kinds of quick. Look what you did you sit all kinds of nonsense omar. Who's winning. Not boyer or me. Emily's in second road currently terry. I told you you're gonna win this contest. Okay all the side that done five trillion points. Rem man on the moon to songs left you guys. How.

"trillion points" Discussed on DSC On Demand

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06:29 min | 3 months ago

"trillion points" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"Dave last week all was complaining about seven eleven girl and we see what the latest on them. We know her name by the way. Don't think i'm wishing hug cannery. The progress. I guess we should stop pretending like we're going to cover up this woman's identity 'cause honest trying to get her fired thrown of her job killing. I don't know what's what's a settlement girl's name who you hate. I think it's like kimberly okay. She's still there. I haven't seen her in day. She got the axe. So excited no regrets puppy poster still about henry the pug there's still a poster up for henry. Is he settling in at your house. Nicely not steal him do declared you declared that the dog was not safe. He was not yup and that you would do something about it and now the dog disappeared. And we're supposed to believe that your hands are clean on this. I did not steal henry steele. Did you re home right now. Like that oh relocate know. Reposition takes corrective custody of henry back. Let's do on my mel gibson for you Last week on raw versus seven eleven girls. Sorry to hear the henry the pug has been kidnapped you had asked on on what she would do with henry if she found him. I know exactly where on can find a good home for henry. Ruth's house group is a well known cutler. And i believe she still has a large bag of pug chow. It was gifted her by chainsaw. Just a thought and may i suggest a point value for your next five dollar quiz seven eleven naked bacteria trillion points. Love your show and yobbo and that is scott who listens to us in minnesota. so you're tales have carried all the way out to the great northern border of our country. Scott minnesota's following your your Exploits the exploits with poor kimberly. The unemployed seven eleven girl. Who never did anything to anybody. Know chopped off. What that now. I wanted her fired. She didn't do anything so he's right. Oh she does. She deserved it. Yes yes are making. You're welcome no remorse. There whatsoever has not care at all dear dave. I haven't listened to a couple. Recent backwash is yet. But i was thinking maybe chris could do more hand gesture. Instructions needed for emphasizing jokes or throwing a game of radio charades. Mima acts could be next. Yeah chris was giving the proper instructions on how to give hand movements to make a joke. Funny on the radio and that was not lost on hall of famer pete on a crisp favorite jokes. Dear dave thanks for thirty plus years of entertainment. I was listening to your best of show this past friday. I decided it is my duty to put out this public service announcement regarding the wife. Who don her. Sexy lingerie was denied. Attention from her hubby as payback. You remember the story. can you give can you can you synopsys it for me. You or boyer. Who put it together. I think that the lady was looking for a little action. She had dolled herself up. And the husband declined. Why why did he decline. I do not recall that detail. I'm sorry that's an important one. So what you just gave me all the details. You david what. I just said yes. Awesome as always. You're really good at that. Would just for your information follows. My husband did this twenty years ago and never ever saw lingerie again much less me initiating anything as the young people like to say just saying i love your show and i'm sure you are a more effective lover than mine signed sassy. Yeah tassie. Apparently it sounds like sassy here did the lingerie thing and was out of her comfort zone. i've known other women. What was that. Oh is that thad. I i'm checking to see if you're a woman or a guy today. I've known other women who have been nervous about wearing lingerie and sometimes the wearing of the lingerie was met by nervous giggling For that happened. Nervous gig link which is not the most manly reaction to lingerie presentation and the declaration was made. I'll never again. So i heard something that effect. Do you recall that story. Yeah balan. I recall and has that has that changed. Yeah it has. yeah what happened. I was couple christmases ago so it took me about four years to get over it. Okay all right. Well we're happy for the recovery. Exactly was there any more nervous giggling. No and he had said. Please give me another to have a better reaction. Well though the end of that was good of you That was good of you to do that. I'm happy at the happy ending. Everybody all right very good. Sassy on the other hand. Said it's been twenty years twenty years never again. Hey you know what sometimes it's hard putting it out there. Sometimes you get laughed at and you weren't gone for laughs really hard to recover from sit with feel kinda bad for I do to marco's outdoor law..

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02:18 min | 4 months ago

"trillion points" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"Of shape. She's the one who said it didn't understand. Am i think k. Pay attention in the class. okay. Well chainsaw one summer school today. With a whopping naked chafe and fondling naked bacteria trillion points or something like that then we heard in the crackpot news that people who are just getting vaccinated when million dollars. But don't ask us how don't ask you just keep looking for that check in the mailbox is coming could win a million dollars right heads up for the don copter which is a drone flying around on it and can people upside the head right now embarrassing shouted the beach are back in the landing zone waving it in big cone flashlight during the crackpot news captain cranky pants literally said. I'm not cranky. I'm pissed off the right Actually did those. It's a bumper sticker that got them all. Man that's what did it Now let's start at all And then that bs food insecurity thing lead us to some communist checking your mailbox every month right social welfare engineer anything else. He told the band games in household and that includes you and your stupid scrabble dictionary. But finally david how could it be so on with addiction. Parents know hey. I love that girl. No scrubbing finally. Finally david boyer is up to eat his crowd. Do u. g. h. nut because he is a depot use.

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"trillion points" Discussed on DSC On Demand

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04:38 min | 4 months ago

"trillion points" Discussed on DSC On Demand

"Oh my there's there's some sounds in there that had no business being there at all. Trust the megan. Do you hear the. I trust league here that no one hears that one saturday night. Live bridesmaid supposed to nag. If both of these girls were in bridesmaid's best friends and your they were both in. Snl trust this. One here is and the chris christie. Kristen wig and maya rudolph. How do you say by a rudolph. Fine miss rams all these years. That's all all right down to the last one to manage. Couldn't come up with week. I had to get see her points. Were being able to see her now. Really mad at myself no. I don't wanna earn them unfairly right. Turn your lunch flashing back to fourth grade. And i'm very uncomfortable. Stuffed locker lost my lunch. Money girl all right How many points we need on this last one here chainsaw to make it fair for everyone to have a shot. Chris boyer just picked up five hundred trillion points or something boy. He's got to be in the lead. See okay how many points to make it fair for everyone. I'd say six hundred and thirty four naked in mouth to mouth beck naked trillion. That will do. That's why he's the score keeper but that'll do it. that'll do it. Anyone can win better listening to replay. I'll do it. anyone can win. I heard.

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"trillion points" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"trillion points" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Does he bear any responsibility there are some that are beginning to point out of some reasons as to why he may have a little bit mess on his hands something I brought up a couple of times is China's level of responsibility to the world do they owe the United States of America do they owe anybody and do you realize that we owe them over a trillion dollars we owe China a trillion point oh eight dollars not only do we they they make all of our beds of pharmaceuticals I think a lot of our consumer goods as you know but we owe them a trillion point oh eight dollars now there's no doubt in the minds of anybody I don't care what political party when where you lead that they have exacerbated this problem with a global pandemic there's no doubt that the place of origin for this disease is China there's no doubt that their lack of responsibility and reporting possibly even in the creation of this virus is something that finally needs to be put on the front burner and back is exactly what senator Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee is saying right now she's on the front line arguing that the China needs to waive some of that debt give the communist nation's role in the spread of covert nineteen they need to waive some of that data off us if not all of it I mean she's going through a list of ways about to make China accountable for their actions and one of the first things that we need to do is essentially get the world to officially recognize China's role embed we will examine the debtor relationship got eight saying that using that term the debtor relationship between the USA and China I mean is there a doubt in anybody's mind listening right now that if the United States if the United States had covered up the early stages of this disease if the United States had a role of developing the disease if the United States had maintained live markets which could have been a contributing factor due to cultural food consumption have a multitude of other reasons if there is any doubt but if the USA was involved in this the world would be pointing the finger at America asking for an admission of guilt and then secondarily they'd be asking for restitution the first in line with those accusations in place would be the communist countries wanting to make us look like fools because of our ideology right out of the chute and there is some some doubt but not much that we as a country would probably turn around and pay the world something because we're just that way so why should the Chinese or any other country any other country Lithuania Luxembourg Montenegro whoever they are get a free patch of their involvement in a situation like this but we do that because of their their size we fear the we've been trying to they want us to fear the we for them because of their military we tear them in terms of their just general population hero this president that we have has been very good at putting his foot down it it's certainly time for him to do this with the Chinese even though he's been claiming he's with having these great conversations with president xi and oh what a buddies turned out to be even if the Chinese have been somewhat fearful of tariffs before we are certainly capable of giving them a real lesson on Derek and I would complete agreement with senator Blackburn that the easiest most diplomatic way for this thing to settle itself out is for China to forgive part of that debt incurred by other nations our economies collectively probably will never recover in our lifetimes let's look at let's look at the real world here for a minute in our lifetimes as adults chances of a full economic recovery doubtful especially to the level that this country was at prior to this Chinese infection I understand I'm not placing blame on the Chinese people don't go there I'm not placing blame on anybody that is Asian I'm not placing blame on anybody that looks different in somebody's **** Asian don't go there don't go there some of you have taken the path of trigger back Twitter by calling my call to action as a racist and I would never do this service or a Caucasian nation listen if all of you there about it they're a lighted trout you got to understand if this were a blue eyed blonde they will buy the drug Oslo Norwegian lutefisk virus I'd be the first one to dial by snore shoes snow shoes have deployed for Barbour jacket that I bought Alaska about twenty years ago and I would lead the world in a similar crusade to make them do the responsible thing this is not about race it's the other were our word responsibility so pardon my rant I took the long way of saying stand by and I will explain exactly what senator Blackburn recently said that's causing a little bit of a flap with that the Chinese another communist nations who are sticking up for the Chinese but it's time to make America manufacture again and bring these jobs from the Chinese mainland and also not related but still involved with the pandemic just as Michael better well junior has predicted on the show class action class action suits are now coming in being filed to hit the industry of insurance very very hard Mike it's a superb job in explaining why the insurance industry should have been the tip of the relief spear and we've ignored something very obvious utilizing the insurance industry that would have kept people working in this country and would have the the economy on much more solid footing but we missed an opportunity and it's an opportunity probably forever gone now because of the lawsuits coming the way of the insurance industry and if I need to explain all of that again I will but I need to call him up and throw him on eleven explain it all again I will it's good stuff and it's ideas like this that we should be listening to I've been discussing a lot of these different ideas with Devin notice and the he's been open minded in listening saying that's a good one that's a bad one that's a good this one I could take to the president this one I wouldn't so yeah you know there there is a way to get those in Washington who make the decisions to listen and maybe react me they all know that this first a stimulus package is a loser it's the only loser we had at the moment so we had to do something you know this government that we have is very very big on acting and and looking like they're acting and as long as the government is acting they tend to think we sleep better at night but even with the government he is acting allegedly on our behalf to kill us you know and this is not a time for that sort of acting we need a realistic acting with rock solid answers to the foundation that is not gonna rupture this economy for the next three or four generations I understand why do you do this is news talk five eighty.

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"trillion points" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

12:31 min | 2 years ago

"trillion points" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Where am I going? It's gonna be a beautiful day. Regardless of what day of the week. It is. An online we have a very special guest, stash Graham, the managing director of Graham capita wealth management in Washington. DC, that's Graham, capital wealthed dot com. Good morning to you guys. Well, it's a beautiful day here. Let's start off. How did the markets do last week? There you go. Yes. And P five hundred resolve up over two percent in the bulls, certainly showed strength towards the end of the week. And again, all in all it is certainly a rebound that people who are bullish on the market certainly want to see all in all again, anytime you see weekly moves especially in the S and P five hundred which is the largest index of three majors in that includes the Dow Jones industrial average and the NASDAQ. Is big. So having s and p five hundred up over two percent is is certainly welcomed. The Dow Jones industrial average was up right around one percent, and the tech-heavy NASDAQ split the difference, and they were up one and a half percent on the on the on the week. Now, a whole host of different issues. There are marines that US and China had made progress on trade talks, President Trump one way or another. We should at least have a decision in the next three weeks three to four weeks. That's that's really what he said two people earlier in the week. So on all on all when you have the head of the United States saying, hey, look, you're gonna get we're gonna get to some type of decision next three or four weeks. And there are reports in really those reports have been coming out for the last two to three weeks ever since the Chinese delegates. Has agreed to meet with President Trump and mar-a-lago that aid agreement eventually will get met. So the markets like that the markets. Also, like general economic news that at least a narrow is will force interest rates to stay low. It'll force the Federal Reserve not to raise interest rates, and that's good for financial assets. Like stocks in some of the news that they were looking at there remained, you factoring data the came out that which we're not necessarily good, but they weren't bad in. We're just pivot point in markets in and monetary policy where you don't want to good of manufacturing data. You don't want to strong other employment data keep in mind for the month. Stab you were there were there were less than hundred thousand jobs for the first time in quite some time. But where you having. Nommik data. Now, again, is you want a good. But you don't want it bad. You don't wanna recessive in that will keep the Federal Reserve in check. It's a very interesting situation to be in it tends to be that every five or six years, you get to this part of the cycle where you don't necessarily know how to get really much better. Again. The unemployment rate is below four percent historically that doesn't happen. And when it does happen. It doesn't stay there too long. And again the Federal Reserve right now, even though they're still doing some reduction to their balance sheet has not necessarily giving us a definitive guidance about if they are going to raise interest rates win. And at what point do they possibly start cutting interest rates, and if we come into a lot of weakness in the market say over the summer or towards the end of this year, they are going to be there to cut interest rates. Stash in the last segment. We were talking with Alex about Brexit delaying their exit for the England delaying their exit from the EU. But so how has the international markets been performing? National markets have have done fairly well of Roger maybe with Zeke -ception if you were to if you were to pick out groups that wouldn't necessarily perform as well, the UK, and especially again, when you when you have the backdrop of what has been a very long drawn out process. I know has generated a lot of fatigue foreign investors, there there are people now that have gone to the point where they just wanna see this done. They don't want. They don't want any more. Undecisive policy decisions being made. And again, as we talked about maybe a few days ago, you're not necessarily going to see another referendum vote that has already been shot down that was put up for proposal that was shot down. So Brexit is going to happen. Much much more likely than not the question is. How's it going to happen? So it's your question. Roger in Europe. It's been strong. Again. The UK has been even though they're in the green. They were underperform. The UK was up a little over one percent. But it again paled in comparison to the rest of Europe the dash German ex up over two percent France up over three percent Italy up over the close to three percent. So again green across the board a Europe that certainly consistent with us in the United States and within Asia. Japan's Nikkei index up two percent on the week Shanghai index up one point eight percent of the week overall outside of the US China trade talks, the news out of Asia, actually came from to central banks, the Reserve Bank of Australia in the Bank of Japan. They extended a bilateral swap agreement to allow currency shake up to about twenty billion. Australian. Dollars. No, why is important. Well, this announcement was made on the backdrop of Baker Japan saying that they were gonna make no changes to its policy. What they cautioned quote exports and production have been affected by the slowdown in overseas economies, unquote. Why is this important making these exchange swaps? They're trying to free up liquidity with other countries. In addition to the United States in addition to China, and it's something that we have witnessed over last year and a half it's consistent with some of the ideologies, not only the United States, but in other parts of the world where they're worried about themselves. They're trying to decrease exposure to certain countries in the case of the United States. We have seen foreign investment over the last two years decrease. Now, we seem repatriation of money, which is American a multinational conglomerate. It's that pull their money back from overseas. We have a lot of money being stashed in Europe in particular Ireland, or in some of the euro tax domiciled islands, and we saw that the beginning of twenty team we saw tail off towards industry or towards the end of twenty eighteen and we're starting to see a little pickup of that. Again. Maybe it seasonal maybe it's the time of year where businesses now have done their inventory checks, which they typically do in November and December. And now they're trying to put their capital planes to work in their drawing on the capital that they have which for a lot of American multinational conglomerates are overseas. Right. We're speaking stash Graham from our office in Washington DC right now. Yeah. Let's let's get back to how it's affecting everybody here for a second. Look in the last in this in December. The Dow Jones fell eight or eight owner points both of these trade wars. But here's what's scary. It's looking like it's going to be getting worse. And these numbers kind of slapped me in the head here out of the top twenty largest point drops in history in history. Eleven of them happened in the last twelve months. And you know, obviously, foreign investor. This isn't really good news. It's bad. News fister. Have so much going on in this world right now, I'm looking at figures here where China for the third straight month. They bought sixty million ounces of gold. They did more than the month before that they're buying gold. Like, nobody's business the only country in the world buying more gold than China is Russia, and why are they doing that? Because the dollar is the major currency in the world, and our friends the Chinese and the Russians were trying to break that from being the world's currency when. From using that as as a perspective when you have this kind of stuff going on. And you look at the national the deaths around the world, it's a mess out there, you know, because of our fine folks in Washington right now as an average, for example, that the most debt any any government should have is about fifty cents to the dollar what a country produces in a year and fifty percent of Ritchie DP in Washington. Now, we have twenty two twenty two trillion and debts, and it's an astounding over one hundred and five percent of our GDP. Then you go to England government. That's our eighty percent of GDP France ninety nine percent Italy. It's an one hundred and forty two percent Greece quarter of their economy. No longer works. One hundred and eighty percent, you know, sooner or later, chickens are going to go home to roost, and when this kind of stuff, you know, starts adding up we have a trillion trillion point four of student dead here in the country. We started that off. Inevitably a price has to has to pay for this. And when we look at just the amount of drops that we've had just in the past year here, we are talking to people about protecting their retirement money would think well, maybe the first rule investing don't lose money that has something to to to be said about that. What's your take on that like when you're talking to clients now, planning for retirement, and in giving them guidance everyone naturally is different. But it's Durrani rule of thumb that you would be following in giving them the guidance that they need to protect what they have for retirement. Well, to to your overarching point of what you just said, again, the important part in in regardless of maybe what ideologies there currently are or that are prominent we are in a globalized society. It's it's how markets have worked, and you're not gonna be able to make quick changes. It's gonna take time if you're really going to try to break apart. You just you're so much capital. Be moved around the world in the United States is the epicenter of that because we have been the world's currency. I think a lot of people don't necessarily appreciate how low interest rates are compared to what it would be. If we were not the world's currency. The dollar will go higher. Or she me the dollar would go lower in in price. So we have to buy we have to pay a lot more for foreign owned goods or foreign produced goods and interest rates would certainly spike too prohibitive costs, and it would be just a huge wet blanket on the economy. So that's always a dangerous part about the rhetoric that you were just talking about separately. People or countries challenging the United States and their influence over the world because they are the world's currency reserve currency..

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"trillion points" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"trillion points" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"I don't do which pours portray trillion point three that's money that you know, what the Republicans are gonna say tax and spend liberals pie in the sky, one of the things that I admire and respect is the measurement that is captured at three letters our ally. What's the return on the investment people? You just you hear what she's saying? The matter the cost, you know, remember, they always pass bills and burdens on you. But they don't want that healthcare system. They have their own healthcare system. You know Pelosi wants Trump's tax returns, but her cheapest will release our tax returns, if she only runs for president or bunch of phonies, all of them, then the witch hunt the media that goes along with all of this insanity madness. Because it's now bordering on madness. Senator Feinstein making headlines this weekend meeting with the you know, appeared to lecturing children and reminding one teen activists air not old enough to vote. To declare to the kid active as a season politicians. She's knows what's going on. You don't as they'll take the common sense of a two year old over some of these idiotic policies. Then you got more Democrats are just getting more extreme one in Nebraska lawmaker calling the American flag a rag comparing it to a swath sticker. And when Bernie Sanders becomes a moderate, you know, you've got major problems here. And it's, you know, Cortes, telling us what to eat telling us whether to have kids telling lashing out saying, I'm the boss. Wow. Unbelievable. Maxine Waters warning foes that she has the gavel, and we're the will hear the sound all over the world. All right. We'll get to all this. Now, we're in Vietnam. Where are we timewise here? Okay. We gotta take a break. We'll come back. There's so much happening in terms of the president. Why this is so important and why? Actually in spite of all the president's economic success. It may end up being his foreign policy that defines his presidency, and I'm going to explain all of that. And everybody that didn't think little rocket man, whatever stop firing missiles over Japan and threatening in the continental US and China and everybody in the region. Well, it happened hasn't fired a single one what fifteen sixteen months. Is he ever get credit? No all right from Vietnam, by the way, three twenty AM here. Good morning, Vietnam. We'll come back Olinda story. Linda leaves a day early gets in an hour later than me twenty eight hours ahead of me. She leaves her and player didn't get here till way later. All right. Listen, it's scary. But we all have to pay.

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"trillion points" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"trillion points" Discussed on 600 WREC

"When you eliminate all private health care, how do we recover from that? You don't have you. If you get off fossil. How do you transition back? You don't it is it is a guaranteed prescription per misery and failure for all people. I mean, this is insanity. But this is what the new Democratic Socialist Party represents. This is what they are. Now, saying it Elizabeth we're gonna have a wealth tax after you've been taxed we're gonna take more of your money, and we're gonna redistributed this is quintessential state ISM, communism, redistribution ISM, socialism, all the lofty promises that can never ever be fulfilled. Now, we're talking about well parents kids need to stop having children. Sounds a lot like one child policy. What are we gonna do? Nobody responsible. We're going to tell people responsible to have kids and the Democratic Party embracing this, you know, generally, Kamala, Harris, not only did she torch complaints about the use of identity politics. It's designed to show people up. No, it's not about we're all Americans Harris. Of course, we can afford trillions and trillions of dollars of spending in the new green deal. But you know, she said it's not about the cost. Don't hear things like the new deal your things like Medicare for all your things like whether it's taxes should her. What point do you say that's our north star? So we have to be realists. There's no question we have to be practical. But being practical also recognizes that climate change is an existential threat to us as human beings being practical recognizes that greenhouse gas emissions are threatening. Our our our air and threatening the planet and that it is. As well within our capacity as human beings to change our behaviors in a way that we can reduce its effects, that's practical can we afford it. Of course, we can afford to have three trillion from Medicare for all by some studies. I don't do any on which portray trillion point three that's money that you know, what the Republicans are going to say tax and spend liberals pie in the sky, one of the things that I admire and respect is the measurement that is captured and three letters our ally. What's the return on the investment people? We got to stop this here. You just you hear what she's saying? The matter the cost, you know, remember, they always pass bills and burdens on you. But they don't want that healthcare system. They have their own healthcare system. You know Pelosi wants Trump's tax returns, but her chief of staff will release our tax returns. If you're only runs for president or a bunch of phonies, all of them, then the witch hunt the media that goes along with all of this insanity madness. Because it's now bordering on madness. Senator Feinstein making headlines has weakened meeting with. Appear to lecturing children and reminding one teen activists ear not old enough to vote to declare to the kid activists season politicians. She's knows what's going on. You don't I'll take the common sense of a two year old over some of these idiotic policies. Then you got what more Democrats are just getting more extreme one in Nebraska lawmaker calling the American flag a rag comparing it to a swastika sticker, and when Bernie Sanders becomes a moderate, you know, you've got major problems here. And it's, you know, Cortez telling us what to eat telling us whether to have kids Helling lashing out saying, I'm the boss. Wow. Unbelievable. Maxine Waters warning, foes, she has the gavel, and we're the will hear the sound all over the world. All right. We'll get to all this. Now, we're in Vietnam. Where are we timewise here? Okay. We gotta take a break. We'll come back. There's so much happening in terms of the president. Why this is so important and why actually in spite of all the president's economic success. It may end up being his foreign policy that defines his presidency, and I'm going to explain all of that. And everybody that didn't think little rocket, man. Whatever stopped firing his missiles over Japan and threatening in the continental US and China and everybody in the region. Well, it happened hasn't fired a single one. What fifteen sixteen months is he ever get credit? No all right from Vietnam about the way three twenty AM here. Good morning, Vietnam. We'll come back Olinda story when the leaves a day early gets in an hour later than me. Twenty eight hours ahead of me. She leaves and her and player didn't get here till way later. All right. Listen, it's scary. But we all have to.

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"trillion points" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"trillion points" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Environment free monopolies that means we're going to take over all industry. It's over America as we know it and love it will be over. This is a prescription towards disaster. Now, the problem is you got one hundred Democrats supporting us, you've got Spartacus got Kamala. You got all these candidates and Bernie Elizabeth Warren all supporting this madness now, even if you ever doubted that the extension of the all things liberal, leftist Socialist Democratic Party is runs through their corrupt. Abusively biased media the times that a to'real board applauding the green new deal on Saturday insisting that the ambitious and costly environmental Bill is quote better than our climate nightmare. What? Now, the media's jumping on board this insanity. Hey, the board addressed the contentious point surrounding the deal, including the apparent issues with its rollout and ambition to the project, but said New York Times so-called paper record that the more important thing is that the Bill changed the national conversation around climate change and global warming the same people that told us in the seventies an ice age was coming and that evolved into the earth was going to melt away from global heating, and then they just went to a generic climate change because if it gets hot or cold, they have an excuse, and they get to advance the political agenda behind all of this. I mean, it is it is madness. That is unfolding and this is what? Now, the Democratic Party is what they're gonna run on. Wow, calcium Cortez. Supporting congresswoman to leave and Omar supporting let's see impeach the effort, the leader of the Democratic Party. Farting cows and green new deal. Maybe we shouldn't be eating burgers. How 'bout we get to decide what happened to pro choice leftism liberalism? These are the quintessential lies of socialists that have been made throughout history. It's all a promise. It's all a guarantee, it's all a platitude. It's a bumper sticker lofty promises deliver nothing, but poverty and misery unless you're part of the ruling class just like they pass bills before you read, what's in them, all the way, how did ObamaCare workout. You can keep your doctor. Did you keep your plan? Did you save money? Nope. Nope. No. And now when you eliminate all private health care, how do we recover from that? You don't if you if you get off fossil? How do you transition back? You don't it is it is a guaranteed prescription for misery and failure for all people. I mean, this is insanity. But this is what the new Democratic Socialist Party represents this what they're now saying, you know, Elizabeth we're gonna have a wealth tax after you've been tax. We're gonna take more. Of your money, and we're gonna redistributed this is quintessential status, communism, redistribution ISM. Socialism all the lofty promises that can never ever be fulfilled. Now, we're talking about well parents kids need to stop having children sounds a lot like one child policy. What are we going to do? Nobody responsible. We're going to tell people responsible to have kids, and the Democratic Party is embracing this, you know, generally, Kamala, Harris, not only did she torch complaints about the use of identity politics designed to shut people up. No, it's not about we're all Americans Harris. Of course, we can afford trillions and trillions of dollars of spending in the new green deal. But you know, she said it's not about the cost. Don't hear things like the new deal your things like Medicare for all your things like whether it's taxes show her. What point do you say? That's our north star be realists. There's no question we have to be practical. But being practical also recognizes that climate change is an existential threat to us as human beings being practical recognizes that greenhouse gas emissions are threatening. Our our our air and threatening the planet, and that it is well within our capacity as human beings to change our behaviors in a way that we can reduce its effects that's practical can afford it. Of course, we can afford to have three trillion for Medicare for all by some studies. I don't do depending on which portray trillion point three that's money. You know, what the Republicans are going to say tax and spend liberals pie in the sky, one of the things that I admire and respect is the measurement that is captured and three letters our ally. What's the return on the investment people got to stop this here? You just you hear what she's saying that no matter the cost. Remember, they always pass bills and burdens on you. But they don't want that healthcare system. They have their own healthcare system. Pelosi. Trump's tax returns. But her chief of staff will release our tax returns. If she only runs for president or a bunch of phonies, all of them, then the witch hunt the media that goes along with all of this insanity madness. Because it's now bordering on madness. Senator Feinstein making headlines this weekend meeting with you appear to lecturing children and reminding one teen activists air not old enough to vote to declare to the kid active is season politicians. She's knows what's going on. You don't actually take the common sense of a two year old over some of these idiotic policies. Then you got what more Democrats are just getting more extreme one Nebraska lawmaker calling the American flag a rag comparing it to a swastika sticker, and you know, when Bernie Sanders becomes a moderate, you know, you've got major problems here. And it's, you know, Cortes, telling us what to eat telling us whether to have kids lashing out saying, I'm the boss. Wow. Unbelievable. Maxine Waters warning foes at she has the gavel and the will hear the sound all over the world. All right. We'll get to all this. Now, we're in Vietnam. Where are we timewise here? Okay. We gotta. Take a break. We'll come back. There's so much happening in terms of the president. Why this is so important and why actually in spite of all the president's economic success. It may end up being his foreign policy that defines his presidency, and I'm going to explain all of that. And everybody that didn't think little rocket man, whatever stop firing his missiles over Japan Britain in Guam, and the continental US and China and everybody in the region. Well, it happened hasn't fired a single one. What fifteen sixteen months is he ever get credit? No. All right from Vietnam, by the way, three twenty AM here. Good morning, Vietnam. We'll come back Olinda story. Linda leaves a day early gets in an hour later than me. Twenty eight hours ahead of me. She leaves and her and Blair didn't get here till way later. All right. Listen, it's scary. But we all have to pay.

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"trillion points" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

10:29 min | 2 years ago

"trillion points" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Is going to kill us. It doesn't matter. If you agree climate change isn't important issue at this point. It doesn't matter. This is insanity. This will destroy the greatest wealth producing system ever created by man that has created more ingenuity more innovation advance the human condition. Then the United States of America and produce wealth and prosperity for even compare America's poor to the world's poor. I can tell you having driven through the streets. I had there is poverty on a level. That is widespread and frightening and chilly. Welcome to your socialist, communist utopia and look at what's happening in Venezuela. Look at what happened in Cuba and all the lofty promises of everybody. Everything's gonna be free. So on top of having a redo your home, stop eating meat stop having children eliminating airplanes. Now, they're talking about getting off all fossil fuels completely in ten years. That means to get no more cars with a combustion engine oil natural gas at the same time for the first time in seventy years where now energy independent because Donald Trump, and we still have two pipelines on track to be Bill. Built. And we also have an war, which we are the world's capital of energy with gas and oil and coal. And that means we can be the mass x border. We don't have to rely on countries that hate our guts any longer for the lifeblood of our economy and to promise, you know, these high family sustaining wages in and that guaranteed economic security for all and we're going to have family and medical leave and and free government, vacations and retirement security and education security, and then you add Elizabeth Warren now, we're gonna use the wealth tax why. So we can pay for childcare take the money from the people already taxed them. We'll take another bite of the apple will legalize government stealing after you already paid all your taxes. And don't forget when you die. They'll take another fifty percent. If you live in New York, forty percent nationally, and don't worry we haven't screwed up K through twelve enough. Now, it's going to be K through college. Wow. Government schools, we pay most per capita than any other nation on the face of the earth for education brush students, and we have you know, we rank what thirty seventh. It is. It is unbelievable. What would give you, you know, when they offer healthy, you know, free high-quality healthcare, but you can't according to Kamala and others. It can't stay on private health system. A hundred and seventy seven million Americans lose their private health care. This is what they're saying. Now publicly that they're going to do what they want to do which is literally a one eighty on the greatest economy that has created more wealth more human advancement in the history of mankind. This is what they want guaranteed wages guaranteed. College guaranteed. Daycare guaranteed healthcare government, healthcare, guaranteed housing. An environment free monopolies that means we're going to take over all industry. It's over America as we know it and love it will be over. This is a prescription towards disaster. Now, the problem is you got one hundred Democrats supporting us, you've got Spartacus. You got Kamala. You got all these candidates and Bernie in Elizabeth Warren all supporting this madness now, even if you ever doubted that the extension of the all things liberal, leftist Socialist Democratic Party is runs through their corrupt. Abusively biased media the times editorial board applauding the green new deal on Saturday insisting that the am bishops and costly environmental Bill is quote better than our climate nightmare. Now, the media's jumping on board this insanity. Anyway, the board addressed the contentious points surrounding the deal, including the apparent issues with its rollout ambition to the project, but said New York Times so-called paper record that the more important thing is that the Bill changed the national conversation around climate change and global warming. Same people that told us in the seventies an ice age was coming then that evolved into the earth was going to melt away from global heating, and then they just went to a generic climate change because if it gets hot or cold, they have an excuse, and they get to advance the political agenda behind all of this. I mean, it is it is madness. That is unfolding and this is what? Now, the Democratic Party. This is what they're gonna run on. Wow. Cossio cortez. Supporting congresswoman to leave and Omar supporting let's see impeach the after the leader of the Democratic Party. Farting cows in green new deal. Maybe we shouldn't be eating burgers. How 'bout we get to decide what happened to pro choice? Leftism liberalism. The these are the quintessential lies of socialist that have been made throughout history. It's all a promise. It's all a guarantee, it's all a platitude. It's a bumper sticker lofty promises deliver nothing, but poverty and misery. Unless you're part of the ruling class just like they pass bills before you read what's in them, by the way, had ObamaCare, workout you, keep your doctor. Did you keep your plan? Did you save money? Nope. Nope. No. And now when you eliminate all private healthcare. How do we recover from that? You don't have you. If you get off. How do you transition back? You don't it is it is a guaranteed prescription for misery and failure for all people. I mean, this is insanity. But this is what the new Democratic Socialist Party represents what they're now saying, you know, Elizabeth we're gonna have a wealth tax after you've been tax. We're gonna take more of your money, and we're gonna redistributed this is quintessential state ISM communism. Redistribution is socialism all the lofty promises that can never ever be fulfilled. Now, we're talking about well parents kids need to stop having children. Sounds a lot like one child policy. What are we gonna do? Nobody responsible. We're gonna tell people zero responsible to have kids, and the Democratic Party is embracing this, you know, generally, you know, Kamala Harris, not only did she torch complaints about the use of identity politics designed to shut people up. No, it's not about. We're all Americans. You know, Harris. Of course, we can afford trillions and trillions of dollars of spending in the new green deal. But you know, she said it's not about the cost. Don't hear things like the new deal for things like Medicare for all your things like the whether it's taxes you'll her. What point do you say that's our north star? So we have to be realists. There's no question I have to be practical. But being practical also recognizes that climate change is an existential threat to us as human beings being practical recognizes that greenhouse gas emissions are threatening. Our our our air and threatening the planet, and that it is well within our capacity as human beings to change our behaviors in a way that we can reduce its effects, that's practical can we afford it. Of course, we can afford to have three trillion dollars a year for Medicare for all. By some studies, do depending on which pours trillion point three that's money that you know, what the Republicans are gonna say tax and spend liberals pie in the sky, one of the things that I admire and respect is the measurement that is captured and three letters our ally. What's the return on the investment? We got to stop right. You just you hear what she's saying that the matter the cost, you know, remember, they always pass bills and burdens on you. But they don't want that healthcare system. They have their own healthcare system. You know, Pelosi wants Trump's tax returns. But our chief of staff will release our tax returns this year only runs for president or a bunch of phonies, all of them, then the witch hunt the media that goes along with all of this insanity madness. Because it's now bordering on madness. Senator Feinstein making headlines this weekend meeting with the appear to lecturing children and reminding one teen activists ear not old enough to vote to declare to the kid activism season politicians. She's knows what's going on. You don't take the common sense of a two year old over some of these idiotic policies. Then you got more Democrats are just getting more extreme born in Nebraska lawmaker calling the American flag a rag comparing it to a swastika sticker, and you know, when Bernie Sanders becomes a moderate, you know, you've got major problems here. And it's, you know, Cortes, telling us what to eat telling us whether to have kids telling lashing out saying, I'm the boss. Wow. Unbelievable. Maxine Waters warning foes that she has the gavel, and we will hear the sound all over the world. All right. We'll get to all of this. Now, we're in Vietnam where we timewise here. Okay. We gotta take a break. We'll come back. There's so much happening in terms of the president. Why this is so important and why actually in spite of all the president's economic success. It may end up being his foreign policy that defines his presidency, and I'm going to explain all of that. And everybody that didn't think little rocket, man. Whatever stop firing missiles over Japan and threatening and the continental US and China and everybody in the region while it happened fired a single one what fifteen sixteen months is he ever get credit. No all right from Vietnam, by the way, three twenty AM here. Good morning, Vietnam. We'll come back Olinda story when the leaves a day early gets in an hour later than me. Twenty eight hours ahead of me. She leaves her and Blair didn't get here till way later. All right. Listen, it's scary. But we all have to.

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"trillion points" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"trillion points" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"They're no good. They're putting AAA rating on this is a bad, dude. This is a bad guy. He should be in jail, but he comes out. Oh god. He's the man of the year. He's everything of the year. He's wonderful. Jamie diamond earned thirty one million dollars last year. Now like that. I love people making money, I love people making money and even. Eight thirty one million last year. Now, the sex largest banks, which he has one of them. He has the largest Bank in the country. J P Morgan may be the world. Okay. You take six Bank just six of them. They made a hundred billion dollars in profits. Now, they would not have been making the net position make hundred if it wasn't for you. You subsidize them with these banks were going down to two thousand eight you pull them out. You gave him this tarp money. You finance them. They owe you now, you would think once you you would think they would all get together. And they would fund these workers who are out of work the eight hundred thousand workers they could do that in a heartbeat. You hear one of them you here. Just one of them standing up and saying we're going to get together. And we made a hundred billion dollars last year. And we're gonna make sure that none of these workers. None of these workers are going to get hurt. We'll give them all interest free loans. And then when the government pays in their back pay then the government will send us their check. They could make a deal with the government. These bake easily say look take two thousand workers the president last night signed an order that they should get paid. When when when the shutdown is completed. You should be paid. He signed that Bill last night and say, okay. So we'll fund these people interest free. Remember, they're getting at your Shree. They're getting it's a make you their stock buybacks. They don't pay for money. They get it free. What they do. Now. What do we do that? Why don't we do that? That makes sense. Now, let's take Pelosi in her wall. She says it's immoral. I think it's immoral that these banks don't do this. That's immoral. Yeah. You take Pelosi, and he's other politicians making our government so corrupt for years our government so corrupt, but you know, wall they really built our politicians. They built a wall. How could she say? It's immoral. They built a wall. Not around the capitol building not around their house. Not around the White House the wall, I'm talking about where there's no transparency, they built a wall. So there's no transparency a big wall. Unbelievable. But we have a crisis is so much larger than the illegals sneaking in. I'm for stopping don't get me wrong. Definitely. I am my father came from. And my grandmother came from they had to go through it all L asylum. The whole deal for letting to come through legally. But my point is let's talk about crises. You wanna talk about crises? We have a bigger crises. These old legals. It's debt and our crooked. Politicians have been building a wall. So there's never been a transparency. So you don't see it starting with the national debt twenty two trillion dollars or think of it this way think of it this way or four thousand four hundred times bigger than the five billion needed to build the wall. Let's put it in perspective. Again, the national debt is twenty two trillion or four thousand four hundred times bigger than the five billion need to build that wall. Unbelievable now, let's think about our national debt twenty two trillion. Point two trillion. Now, the president's asking for a lousy five billion dollars right by billion dollars. That is that's two tenths of one percent of the twenty two trillion national debt. Let's give him the money, and let's move on and take care of business. Let's take care of this national debt, which is causing you not to get a raise which is causing you not to get a good job, which is causing your kids having to live at home. When they go to get out of college. It's debt. The kills everything. That's the crisis much bigger crisis than so much sneaking over the wall. What a Hershey bar be right back. Want more information on this show who fills gain dot com or give them a call at eight seven seven six hundred game. I will make sure that all the stocks that we are engaged in that are going up. We will get maximum returns. And we will be out of those stocks by watching are color coded chart. You never again, we'll have to worry about being out of it individual stock or ATF or an index. Lynn, the market crashes. You'll be.

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"trillion points" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

08:52 min | 2 years ago

"trillion points" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"They're not the same the same offense and everything that makes states these teams played. Earlier in the year and the saints won by a trillion points. I think if my memory serves, but has just gotten better down the stretch. I don't know that it's so much falls as it is kicking things back together. But they've got momentum. And they've got that kind of goofball karma that happens. I always like in the playoffs teams that did not deserve to win the week before. I just think it propels them forward. The fact of the matter is they probably should have lost to the bears that field goal goes through. Philadelphia's sees it as over there playing with house money right now. And while Mike is right. They'd had these emotional wins have to win have to win have to win have to win in an odd way. Even though the defending Super Bowl champions. I think the playing right now without any pressure. Plus, I'm getting eight points in the NFL playoffs homefield is irrelevant. It just doesn't doesn't matter. Other than the better team usually has it. It doesn't stand up at all last week road teams covered. Three three of the games out of the four maybe four depending on the line. The people had in the Seattle game underdog. Dogs have mattered. So I'm going to take the points. Coupla the games that I had here. I do strongly agree with our audience contested the charges and the patriots. I think that the chargers can go into New England and win the game. I think that the just the better team right now. And if the chargers actually had a home built to be able to play and they might be the best team in the entire NFL. Philip rivers finally has a defense over there. The Rams Cowboys game. Yeah. I think the Rams probably cover especially like the under. I don't think Dallas is going to score Los Angeles defense isn't bad in Dallas has no offense. At all. Thank the gig is up for them. And in the final game. Everybody likes Indianapolis over Kansas City. I mean, everybody that you read about they're all saying that the colts are going to beat the chiefs because the chiefs have a terrible playoff record, which they do. They won one game out of their last twelve. They can't win a playoff game at Arrowhead to save their lives. I think that this is a different team this year with Mahomes and. I like the chiefs. So all of those games are ideas of my my strongest play is Philadelphia, although everything Mike set over there. You're probably right about. And if there is a blowout. New Orleans might blow them on in the Philadelphia thing will just be over. But they just keep grinding it out and grinding it out and grinding it Odeon for overall. Somehow. I think they're going to stay within the ranger end. Maybe drew Brees is going to look old by the time. The game is over. Anyway. Mike has one of the games that Mike has it. It's not that Philadelphia. New Orleans is going to be there NFL game of the year. So if you're interested in that ASA wins dot com or one eight eight eight two seven to ten ninety eight talked to next week bike. Thanks. Didn't have an opportunity. Ask him what anything else because of a little bit behind time here to pick up the pace. But that's what we have. Paul says he knows I have a winner. No, I don't I think the charges are going to beat them straight up. The chargers have lost the game on the road all year. And I think there are better. I just think they're a better team than New England's. Plus you've got the four points. That's that's not three that's four. Paul is right about one thing. Bella check with any by for as long as he's been at doing that. He's deadly off the bye. And he's especially deadly off the bye in the postseason. And he is right. That record. They have at home in the first round of the when it's their first game in the playoffs. I think it is eleven of the last twelve you have a tremendous coaching advantage in the Bella check is is much as people wanna dislike him. He's the best coach in the NFL and given time to prepare. They generally performed by. This think the charges are a really good team. That's complete on both sides of the ball. We don't is there a complete team in the NFL this year that split on both offense and defense closest thing you have is the chargers. The chargers defense is. Okay. It's not great. It's ok and their offense is pretty good and a better on the road. What do you think about Kansas City in India? I think Kansas City smokes of all of the whole world lakes that call take Paul likes the colts, the whole world is on the colts thing is that other one where I'm going against the. History. Kansas City's the opposite of New England. They cannot win at home in the playoffs. At all, don't you just think this is a different team with Mahomes, and it's just a different different vibe on the whole thing. And Indies defense is not that good. Kansas City's is awful. Becky, I don't boy I should check that storm. That's moving. Sue is that could that hit Kansas City. No. But do you know? I'm gonna check that during the break whether or not there's the pie that it might already be past there. But it if there's weather in play that would change the whole offensive thing. Anyway, I think four kind of intriguing games to be played this weekend. Either. Mike Araya going to be right on that. Philadelphia game might says New Orleans by more than eight I say Philadelphia, either Windsor keeps it within eight Paul says New England beats the chargers by more than four and our audience contestant, Jeff who I actually agree with? I think the Rams will be Dallas more than seven who's the worst team left in the playoffs. It's Dallas, isn't it? Says. Yes, summit say India, some might say Philly, Mike is right. Philly has just. Hanging in there. They had a with each of these games. They barely made the playoffs. Then they needed the double join consumer Kogyo. But teams like that they can just keep going. Yeah. But the pope says like the Packers did when they were on the on the road, and they went off for didn't. They win them all decisively. There's nothing decisive about the first they had a convert on four thousand that touchdown that they scored the guy was barely over the goal line. They couldn't make a two point conversion to give themselves any kind of a pad Phil let the bears come right back down the field of trubisky's drive at doubt. The the kicker makes the kick on the one in which before Peterson called the time out the next foot as they do the double doing the thing. I mean, I grant you Philadelphia should not be here. But that's kinda why I like, and plus I like eight points in the playoffs. There is something. That's magic about false. I mean, they play with a little bit more confidence with him. What other quick thing and the NFL, you know, that there's actually history being made this weekend. It's an oddball stat, you know, what it is. It involves your game. Combined ages of the quarterbacks oldest two quarterbacks combined in NFL postseason history. You know, what it is seventy eight Brady's forty watt and rivers is thirty seven. Now, there is an asterisk that. There is actually a game in which the two quarterbacks were older except one of them getting start. You go back to a game. And I don't know what you would have been. I think it would have had been in the seventies early seventies in which Baltimore was playing Oakland. Johnny United was the quarterback for Baltimore. And Oakland started was there a lamonica who is relatively young, but he got yanked and Oakland put in George Blanda who is forty three years old at the time. So for a while you at George Blanda playing against Johnny United States because Blanda was not the starter. This the correct way to phrase the record is it's the oldest starting quarterbacks in a playoff game. Not a regular season game in NFL history. Brady versus riverside river says the youth advantage at his side being only thirty seven. He's been in the NFL forever. And what's the thing? That's held them up. All these years. They've never had a defense out there. Right. Their defense is pretty good. Too bad. They left San Diego a little bit early. If they would have stuck around in San Diego and played out the string before the new stadium was ready. Maybe they would have had more of a home field advantage of the San Diego fans will not go up to L A. They've just written him off the people who live at L A, which ones there are that are football fans they mostly back. The rams. So here you have the charges having a great season with no fans even with that though. There are some some people believe there are going to be more Cowboys fads at tomorrow's game in the Coliseum. Then Rams feds, you know, Dallas is one of those America's team things and people in Los Angeles. Just do not. Other than maybe the basketball teams. They don't really even when the dodgers played in the postseason. There are a lot of brewer fans there year before they're a cub fans out there. I guess one thing is the deals with that is so many people in L A are transients that they grew up. Elsewhere, ed. So let's just imagine. If you're a Wisconsin fat, and you move to LA twenty years ago you see the brewers plan. The dodgers you're gonna kill to be able to go to game like that. Whereas a lot of people muss Angeles. Don't much care. All right. It's five forty two. At news. Talk eleven thirty w is..

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"trillion points" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"trillion points" Discussed on Probably Science

"Million billion trillion points that would need to be verified computation that was just too taxing so the team instead turned to an optimization algorithm known as branch and bound which a computer program that tests only a few subsets of all the great possible circles at then fine tunes search over and over again for lines that seem promising those at the longest pats took a standard laptop just ten minutes into home in on is it honan hohmann hone in for some reason home in on the optimal solution and when was came back anderson and his book a pd amuse were proved correct the team reported last week on the pre print server a r v in full the journey would take a boat from the sandy shores near sun me on ni pakistan down through the gap between madagascar and africa thirty in the needle between south american and article and finally heading north northwest across the pacific while dodging alaskan archipelago until landing on the frigid beaches of the carrigan ski district in russia despite the fact that the line looks curved yeah it's globe it's not curved then they decided to during the same path on land to see how far you can go on land without crossing any large bodies of water that extra took a computer longer forty five minutes but ultimately revealed a path that was eleven thousand two hundred forty one kilometers across fifteen different countries starting near quanzhou in eastern china ending in the town of sag res in western portugal yeah i guess obviously you can you can get all the way across asia and europe through to you go through russia i think you might just the the barry baltim of russia.

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"trillion points" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

Science Magazine Podcast

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"trillion points" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

"Okay are we have one other extreme science stories going to touch on really briefly and this is about the longest straightest route around the globe via the ocean so am i getting that right i think you are actually i take it back you are what you're describing is something called a great circle and this is a continuous path around the entire globe in a straight line so basically if you were to chop the earth in half and draw a line at that point that's called a great circle and what one read it post stor yeah we're we're getting we're getting old arrives here our we're going into the deep dark recesses here but a read it poster about five years ago had this hypothesis that the longest line like this that would involve ocean trump yet continuous ocean journey was from this little town on the coast on the southern coast pakistan all the way to northeastern russia and it would sort of thread i think you know from pakistan you go past omen and down in between madagascar and continental africa and then you dive in the little gap between south america analytica and then you come up through the aleutian islands until you hit russia now this doesn't sound like a straight line no one in two how long how long trip is that that is a good question so this record breaking line is thirty two thousand and ninety kilometers long this is posted on reddit but now we're talking about it because research has surfaced that shows this person was right that's right so an engineer believe a physicist decided they were going to see if they could indeed prove this to the extent that they could false the used a huge database from noah to figure out where all of these points were on the earth in terms of are they on land or the unseen and then they tried to brute force the answer by looking at every possible circle on the entire planet unfortunately that meant they would have had to examine about five trillion points so they employed a special elgharib them that sort of optimized for these points and tested different lines against other lines and using this program at took them about ten minutes and they discovered that the red it poster was indeed.

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