35 Burst results for "Two Hour"

Danny Masterson's Fate Will Only Be Known After Thanksgiving

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:05 min | 5 d ago

Danny Masterson's Fate Will Only Be Known After Thanksgiving

"I'm very perturbed by this. Danny Masterson. We're not going to discover his fate on those three counts of forcible rape until after Thanksgiving, probably Monday or Tuesday, there was three days of deliberations by the jury, and the town of the deadlock, the deadlock on all three counts. They can't reach unanimous decision and deciding that three days isn't enough to declare a mistrial. The LA superior court judge has sent everybody home for Thanksgiving, the defense team is protesting, and they gave the panel instructions to return on November 28th to start their deliberations again. This is not good if we want this guy locked up. I mean, on some level, it's good because they really want to get to know what they're looking at, but on some level it's been. You know, you always want to slam dunk. Jury came back in two hours. That didn't happen here. But sometimes it feels like we're always waiting for an explosive trial and then nothing happens.

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Crypto Market Snapshot: A Lack of Trading Opportunities

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

01:57 min | Last week

Crypto Market Snapshot: A Lack of Trading Opportunities

"I did a scan this morning had a few levels to watch. I'm still looking at fitty, if I fit phi, if I TFR, USD T, a little bit of a level forming around, just above the three set Mark, but there's not been a great deal of action. I've got to be honest. There's not been a great deal of action that's really sort of captured my attention. A little bit of a little bit of everything out there today so far. Of course, yesterday, look, we did see the market come off. The problem that I found when it came to actual trading opportunities was, well, the lack of them. The lack of charting opportunities was, yeah, that was the one. But more importantly, we just haven't got simplicity. Yes, we saw the market come off. But what we've been seeing is kind of just a quick move. And the move down was a lot was lovely on many of the pairs. The problem was, is the pull back that it then subsequently came to create. The pullback was sharp in many cases and deep in many cases as well. And whilst Bitcoin, I'm looking at the two hour chart now. There is a lower high, there is a lower low, it's pulled back in, sort of rejected just shy of 16,000 with the high coming in at 15 9 67. There could have been an opportunity to short up in there. How do I have a smaller candle? A small bearish candle that follows a crypto cradle strategy, but it didn't get that. Did not get that at all. It wasn't something that played out the way I was hopeful for it to do so. And that ended up being the case for many across the board. What I am looking at at the moment, however, is some of those flat levels that I spoke of before. I did find the number of those. Anyway, yesterday's cycle on the daily time frame. For Bitcoin, well, it did close down. It was down about 3% if I'm correct. Let's have a look 3% down on Bitcoin. And it did in fact set new lows for the 2022 bear market there as well.

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An Election Day Suppression Operation

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:47 min | Last week

An Election Day Suppression Operation

"Bill Gates was asked the question, hey, why does it take ten days to count votes? Play cut 7. Today they're working on reconciling the election day ballots with check ins. They're also counting up all the right in votes and finally their processing the ballots with signatures that have been cured since the deadline of 5 p.m. on Wednesday. That's what election integrity looks like. Oh, she's lecturing us about election integrity. He's saying that election integrity means taking ten days to count your ballots. But again, it begs the question, what changed, exactly? And now you might say, oh, Charlie, what difference does it make? It's not that big of a difference. This is a monumental difference. 200 and 48,000 people voted in person on election day. 248,000 people. How many people were turned away because of the one hour line, the two hour line that started because of this sabotage machine malfunction and failure that happened in the way of voting that conservatives have a preference to vote more than any others. By the way, we're looking at just a half of percentage of results. We're talking about the current tally has Carrie Lake down so slightly. Kerry Lake currently in the tally down 17,000 428 votes down .6%. In the attorney general's race, it's a statistical tie and Abe holiday is down 850 votes. You see, when you create bedlam and chaos with machines all across the valley, people are less likely to go vote. It is an election day suppression operation.

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The Significance of Having Trump Back on Twitter

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:50 min | Last week

The Significance of Having Trump Back on Twitter

"I wanted to talk about the enormous significance for free speech. And for Trump of Elon Musk, sort of opening the door and letting Trump back on Twitter. Now, first of all, Trump isn't back on Twitter. He hasn't done any new tweets, even though he now can. His account is open. You can actually go there, you can follow him. One thing I find amazing is that within 24 hours, Trump has accumulated 80 million, 80 million. I'm not kidding you. Followers. He's surpassed Biden in one day. And when I told Debbie, he's like, Trump is beating out Biden. She goes, again. So that was a little bit of a telling reaction. Oh, now I think that Trump should get back on Twitter. I realized that he might have made a deal not to do that. He's with the Trump media company. He has true social. But here's my point. If you're running for president, how can you deny yourself this massive platform? Trump has about 4 million followers on truth social. And I'm not saying people can take Trump's comments over there and duplicate them on Twitter. But it's a whole different thing for Trump himself to take advantage of this massive platform. Let's remember Trump doesn't really have the other platforms. He doesn't have YouTube, he doesn't have meta or Facebook. So in my opinion, Trump needs to sort of, look, he can he can stay with true social and post there first. If it were me, I would post on truth social and then say, listen, two hours later or three hours later that my post is going to be uploaded under my account on Twitter. And that way through social retains the kind of exclusive, but Trump is at the same time, you know, disseminating his very distinctive voice.

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Trump Spiritual Adviser Says 'He's Like an Elementary Schoolchild'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:57 min | Last week

Trump Spiritual Adviser Says 'He's Like an Elementary Schoolchild'

"Trump standing at the end of the table, he's got Franklin. All of mine are well behind. Ben Carson lime and I put Sam in Rodrigo's dinner by. He said he was scared of the same man. I said, good. I'm gonna put him right in front of your nose, and I did. And Donald Trump stands up and he says James. And Carson said he wouldn't endorse me. You know why we're here? Endorsement, let's talk to you. Tell him talk to you in our games. Do you remember that? I told Ben, I don't talk to anybody 15 minutes. He said, James, how long did we talk two hours? I said, no, sir, we talked an hour and a half. And I might add that so long as you've been quiet, your entire life. Hey, he died laughing and everybody else did. The man started calling him on his cell phone. And then he started asking me to call him him and for 5 years he took every single column. Sometimes two or three a day. You say, well, what were they? Many times they were encouraging. As he told Rick Perry said he just started to preach it. And he said, and then he just prays, Rick. He said, it's amazing. He said, you never want anything. Make sure to think he does. He wants God's will. He called me for marine one to tell me that he was sitting there having that conversation with Trump. Okay, he heard you can always heed. Everything you wanted him to hear. Every single thing you have a prayed for him to hear. Came through these lips, got straight into his face. And with the same force you've heard me talking to you, I spoke it to him. Sir, you act like a little element for school, child, and you shoot yourself in the foot every morning when you get up and open your mouth. The more you keep your mouth closed, the more successful you're gonna be. You say, well, that didn't work very well, did it?

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Arizonans Are Angry and You Should Be Too

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | Last week

Arizonans Are Angry and You Should Be Too

"People are angry and you should be angry. There are so many people out there in Arizona right now that are fuming. That the process of a fair and free election was interrupted. By toner issues, machines going down two hour lines. And the Democrats, they saw us telegraph the official paper of the Arizona GOP said we are all going to go vote on election day and I think some sinister people said, well, fine, we're going to ambush you. We're going to prevent you from voting altogether. You see, what ended up happening is the path forward for strong conservatives on in Arizona was to overwhelm the system on election day. And the establishment saw that coming. Many people, including this program, warned, are they going to have the toner the supplies, the printing materials? Are they going to be able to facilitate the long lines and, you know, people call this conspiracy theorists and they said, you know, that's not going to happen. And now that we take a step back and we analyze the landscape, we will never know the cost, the material impact. Of what happened on election day when all of these machines went down Maricopa County when people were told they pulled up to a voting center. And they were told by somebody that was an official election worker go to another go to another site. That is illegal. You're not allowed to do that. Oh, just go to another site. Just go to a different one. As if we're all out of, we're all out of bananas here at this grocery store. Go to another one.

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Philly Officials Adopt a Last-Minute Change to Slow Down Counts

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Philly Officials Adopt a Last-Minute Change to Slow Down Counts

"They're already promising massive delays, Philadelphia. Politically, one of the most corrupt cities in America, their election board, city commissioners voted two to one just two hours ago to reinstate what is known as poll book, reconciliation, city officials voted this morning to reinstate a time consuming and labor intensive process for catching double votes that will slow the election process in Philly. They're already starting. They're already, they believe me, they're capable of anything.

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The Police State Dress Rehearsal

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:10 min | 3 weeks ago

The Police State Dress Rehearsal

"I'm going to do something a little differently today. I'm going to go through a column that Dennis prager wrote a couple of years back. Our dress rehearsal for a police state, I want to talk about that because I want you to understand that everything that is impacting you today. Everything that you're frustrated about today is tied to what the left attempted to do to you. When you talk about high gas prices, surging grocery prices. The inflation and the economy. All of the things that we're experiencing today, a lot of those things are going to get us to election day, tomorrow, and we're going to vote Republican as a result of the Democrat policies, but I want you to understand how we got here. I was sitting here thinking, I got the second hour lined up. I was preparing for the show and I was like, okay, this is what I think I'm going to talk about in a second hour. I want to, I want to talk about the lockdowns again. You know, I want to remind people of what the left has done to us what we can never forget. There's a columnist from the Atlantic that talked about how basically a lot of these people, the lockdowns, downers, if you will, deserve this COVID Amnesty.

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Chebet and Lokedi of Kenya win NYC Marathon races in debuts

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

Chebet and Lokedi of Kenya win NYC Marathon races in debuts

"Evan chabet won the men's race in two hours 8 minutes and 41 seconds There was a scary moment when race leader Daniel Dana silento collapsed 21 miles in race officials say he's okay Chabet ran past him on the ground and said through a translator he felt bad for him but had to continue to race Temperatures in the 70s made it one of the hottest in November race history Sharon Loki won the women's division in her marathon debut 50,000 runners took to the streets for the 26.2 mile New York City marathon back to full capacity following the pandemic Julie Walker New York

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Dr. Hugh Ross Describes Why We NEED 24 Hours Per Day

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:31 min | Last month

Dr. Hugh Ross Describes Why We NEED 24 Hours Per Day

"I'm talking to you, doctor Hugh Ross. He's with reasons to believe. Reasons dot org is the website you must check it out and the new book is designed to the core. Doctor Ross, you just said something that I know I've heard it before, but the idea that early on, the earth would rotate not once every 24 hours, but first it was every two hours and then it slowed down over time, there's some kind of breaking device. I'm not sure what that is. But the point is that we are now at about 24 hours per day in the rotation. And you say that if it were 23 hours or 25 hours, most people would think, well, what's the big deal? I would just get more or less sleep. What's the big deal? You're saying if it were that slightly different, we couldn't have life as we have it. We could have life. Bacteria can handle a shorter rotation rate, but if you want global human civilization, it's got to be 24 hours a day. If it's 23, you're going to get very laminar weather patterns, which means you're going to get precipitation only part of the planet, not all of the planet at a level necessary for human civilization. If you go to 25 hours, that means a day night temperature difference is going to be too great. 24 is optimal. And that's where we are right now. Thanks to the breaking effect of the moon on the Earth's rotation rate.

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AJ on Harvey Weinstein and 'Good Will Hunting'

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:42 min | Last month

AJ on Harvey Weinstein and 'Good Will Hunting'

"I registered today that reminded me of the very wicked wicked ways of Harvey Weinstein. But this time he was screwing a guy. Now not the way you think. You got to go back to the days and 1997 when the smash hit, good will hunting was out in theaters, they spent 10 million to make that movie with Ben Affleck and Matt Damon and it ended up earning 225 million at the box office, one couple of Oscars, Matt and Ben got the screen playwriting award and Robin and Williams got best supporting actor, but there was some bullshit that occurred. You know, years ago I told you the story where Harvey paid Matt and Ben has started amount of money. No one expected this movie to blow up like this. All different types of screenwriters to punch up the script. In fact, word is the original script didn't even have a love interest that was played by Minnie Driver. There was some other things in the script that just in the initial script that Matt and Ben wrote that were not there. And Harvey had to do considerable amount of work finding script doctors to punch it up and he did. So when the movie time started to make a ton of money, Matt and Ben were very grateful, but there's a famous story that he told me where they said, you know, we really feel like we didn't get paid enough. I mean, in hindsight, they're right, but shit, the guy gave them their starts and they won an Oscar, but they still cried about, you know, we only got a certain amount and now the movie is over a 150 mil. And Harvey, it was in a hotel. He met them in a hotel, and I'm sorry, they called him. They had a meeting. They told him to man. And so I think about it. But he was pissed off. And then they kept hounding him. And he said, where the fuck are you guys? And they tell them what I'll tell they were at. I should stay put. And about two hours later, Harvey had a $1 million in a hefty bed, a garbage bag. And he threw it at them on the bed. And he said, I don't ask you another fucking thing. I'll kill you. I'm kidding, but I'm not. Now, then in that work, considerably happy back then to get a quick extra mill on top of whatever they got paid. I guess that shut them up, but that's one side of Weinstein. But on the same, the very same film. Kevin Smith, the director, was telling a story. That Weinstein actually pulled the movie from the fears early because he wanted to fuck around with Robin Williams Korea. Now, generally you hear him, you hear these stories about Harvey being this play with women. I've never heard much about him doing this sort of thing to a man.

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Donald Trump: Coping With the Liberal B.S.

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:37 min | 2 months ago

Donald Trump: Coping With the Liberal B.S.

"Do you cope with all of this? I'm not sure the average American could put up with all of the crap you get and part of my language, sir. But the cramp you get from the deep state and the mainstream media and the Democrats. Well, you know, I get it a lot two days ago, a friend of mine. I actually mentioned it last night. I was doing a friend of yours, Sean Hannity. I did a show last night. And I think it's going to be on tonight also. It's a double. We had a going so good that I think you got two hours out of it. You want to know the truth. But I mentioned that guy came up very successful, man. Probably you heard of him. I will give you this name, but a very successful guy. And he has me pulled me aside. He said, could I ask you a question? How do you take it? How do you take what they do? And I said, do I have a choice? I mean, it'd be wonderful if I had a choice. I don't. These people are sick. I really believe they hate our country. There's something wrong when you don't want to have borders when you don't want to have low gasoline prices and energy prices. We were energy independent and even dominant. We're getting to be dominant. We would have been more dominant than Russia and Saudi Arabia combined in a short while. But all these different things that we did with the biggest tax cuts and regulation cuts, everything, no inflation, we had to think going so good. And to think that we had it going so good. And how can anybody be against a border when you look at what's happening? You know, you probably heard two days ago. Venezuela dumped their prisoners into the United States of America. You saw that they opened up at jail cells. Very bad people. Very bad people, mister president.

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Jabeur beats shaky Garcia at US Open to reach 2nd Slam final

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Jabeur beats shaky Garcia at US Open to reach 2nd Slam final

"Women's world number one ego sharp tech and the 5th seed unstable I have won through the U.S. I've been women's final showdown and it's the first time in the New York finale for both of them I had to fight for two hours and 11 minutes before posting a comeback three set when against arena sabalenka closing out the hard hitting a fair three 6 and then 6 one 6 four The pole hit 24 winners during the match sabal and assisted with 44 unforced errors In complete contrast jabou took just 66 minutes to brash aside Carolyn Garcia 6 one 6 three I'm Graham agar

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 Ukraine's nuclear plant partly goes offline amid fighting

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Ukraine's nuclear plant partly goes offline amid fighting

"Ukraine's and Europe's largest nuclear plant was once again knocked off line in the early hours of Saturday amid sustained shelling Russian backed authorities say the latest shelling destroyed a key power line and penetrated deep into zapper Asia and official adding the facility has now switched to servicing its own needs late on Friday evening the same authorities said the plant had been under fire for about two hours blaming Ukrainian forces in the latest of a series of similar claims in zoya a small village 12 miles away residents said they could hear the sound of explosions in the area one

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Leylah Fernandez, 2021 runner-up, loses | US Open updates

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Leylah Fernandez, 2021 runner-up, loses | US Open updates

"Serena Williams has done it again at the U.S. I've been postponing her departure from the game with another thrilling win the 6 time former champion at the age of 40 now into the third round I actually had to fight for two hours and 27 minutes before posting a nail biting 7 6 two 6 6 two upset win over the second seed and at cultivate despite playing just 6 matches all year Williams is producing remarkable tennis and she has a winnable match next time round taking on the 46th ranked Australian wins also for cocoa golf medicine keys and Allison risk amateurs I'm Graham agar's

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A Justice Denied

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:12 min | 3 months ago

A Justice Denied

"Speaking of which, this segues nicely into what we were going to bring up at the start of the show and then I segued with the music conversation. I was very impacted today, listening to Dennis a show. I try to catch as much of your show as I can every day. And in the second hour, you interviewed an inmate in a federal prison who was a January 6th rioter. What was his name, John? John Emily. Those of you who did not hear it, I can not encourage you enough to go back to it and listen. It was one of the most devastating things I've ever heard in my life seriously. True. This individual, first of all, you even remarked this on the air, he really does seem like a good natured person because he kept deflecting the attention away. His own suffering. And talking about that woman who is, of course, whose name. Now I'm the one who's bad at the name. Well, yeah. I can't remember. There was a new name to me too. Rebecca. One of the women who were killed and January 6. On January 6th, beaten to death by the police officers there. He kept deflecting the attention away from himself onto that woman.

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We've Ceased to Inspire Young People About American Liberty

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:16 min | 3 months ago

We've Ceased to Inspire Young People About American Liberty

"Folks I am talking to Rick green founder of patriot academy patriot academy dot com. I hope you'll go there. I hope you'll become a constitution coach. Americans need to wake up. And Rick of what gets me choked up is when I wrote my book if you can keep it, I revisited some of the stories of some of these patriots who gave their lives and Nathan Hale as the one that chokes me up. There was for two centuries Americans knew that this 21 year old man died for liberty died for his country. We would celebrate him and know who he was. And we would memorize the poem Paul Revere's ride by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. And we would remind ourselves over and over in the culture of the nobility of this idea of liberty and how we have to stand against tyranny and how we have to face death and some people have to die. And that's what makes us who we are as Americans is what makes us willing to live out our faith to live out to pay the price of liberty, many of us have given our lives over the decades and the centuries. And we used to teach that in the culture. We used to teach that in the public schools and all the schools. And by the way, folks, these things are true. But we've ceased to do that. We've ceased to inspire young people, especially about look how beautiful this is, that this person valued doing the right thing more than anything. And that's why we got to have this country that we have today. So it's an amazing thing and I think teaching that history, which is a big part of what David Barton has done at wall builders and you're involved with it every day. That is part of the key is getting people excited about our history. No doubt, man. And by not doing it by not honoring it. I mean, we dishonor them by not living out that freedom. Lincoln said it best when the Gettysburg address. How do you honor it? You have an increased devotion, he said, to the cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion. So if we're not out there engaged in this, if we're not spending at least a little bit of our live fortune and sacred honor to preserve freedom, and that's all we ask people to do. Say, listen, give a little bit of your life. Two hours a week. Do you pick one night a week, do a constitution class, get your Friends together, your fortune donate to good candidates donate to good causes and sacred honor, be willing to stand up and be honorable and speak truth, even if you get canceled out there.

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FAA warns that staffing shortage will delay flights in NYC

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

FAA warns that staffing shortage will delay flights in NYC

"The federal aviation administration says it is reducing flights around New York City The reason lack of staffing airlines and the FAA have traded blame for flight delays and cancellations this summer The agency says departing and arriving flights could be delayed up to two hours at Kennedy international Laguardia and Newark liberty airports Many of the complaints by airlines have focused on a flight control center in Jacksonville Florida the FAA is promised to increase staffing there The message to passengers in the New York City area is check with their airline for information about particular flights I'm Ed Donahue

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"two hour" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

07:55 min | 4 months ago

"two hour" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Bring in one of retail's most well-known CEOs. Mickey drexler, Mickey, of course, Ryan gap and J crew. He's now the CEO of apparel company. Alex mil Mickey, great to see you. It's been a while. Thank you, Melissa, nice to see you. So you say there's no reason to be bullish retail these days. That sounds horrible coming from somebody who is in the industry right now. Why? Well, and these are my opinions, the environments incredibly difficult. And what you see, and I hear that anecdotally, and we're feeling it a bit over the last week or two. What you're seeing out there is enormous discounts on merchandising on merchandise because there's inventory glut again from what I hear and I speak to a lot of people and I like to study the industry, but I think I'd be concerned, we're very concerned and we have a tiny little business right now that very excited about and it's growing well. But big sales, big discounts, and today is Amazon Prime day and target dollar day. And it just reminds people, I think, of the fact that there's a lot on sale. You can buy a lot on sale and I think it's been a factor over the last few years. It's an issue about why pay full price if I can get it on sale. That plus inflation which we know about. So we're being very defensive about business and I think right now I think it's the right thing to do. Nikki it's Karen Feynman. Thanks so much for being on. I love hearing your thoughts because you're such a beating around the industry a long time and many cycles. Many cycles you've seen. But when you think about this one and you think about other cycles that you've been through, how long does it take do you think for this to shake out for the inventory issues to recede and to get back to a more normalized less promotions and more confidence that the consumer will be there? Well, I don't really have a crystal ball on that. My opinion is worth whatever anyone's opinion is. I think the environment in America in the world is as tough as I've seen it and I'm not an economist. I'm not an analyst, but what's in the air is very difficult, the pricing is very difficult. The freight, the increase in fabrics, I look at a lot of retail prices and I'm stunned. And there's really no accident today about no surprise about the huge discounts you're seeing up to 70% here, there and everywhere. Because I think a lot of people got bullish. I also think post pandemic, it's been very hard to figure out where to invest your dollars. And I also think the assortments I always say this, you go into a store today, you go online. It's 50 more items or styles than you need. And we're trying right now. If you look in the back of me, that's a full men's collection. It's hard to shop, but if, you know, go online in the fall. But we've cut back a style counts dramatically. Why? Because the winners win, and then the stragglers cost you plenty of money. And you can't bet every horse in a race. So I don't know when it's going to end. I'm very concerned about everything I see and feel. I'm also thinking that the products out there, that's what drives retail business in the fashion business anyway or in the apparel business. Products are number one. King and queen, and that takes merchandisers and designers to create that. I don't see a big emphasis on product. My personal opinion, if you go out there, it's hard to shop products not great in a way, and I think the industry has a lot of senior executives who perhaps don't have the experience. You know, I've been doing this for a 110 years and you get harder every year. And so I think that's a big factor. You can't discount product. If you go to a restaurant, you want good food from a good chef and we all want to sense play the same role. So I feel there's a lot more emphasis on more of the marketing of social media, which is fine. It's critically important, but start with good product, and that's always the most important thing. I think a lot of people forget that. For a lot of years, people have been saying that certain stores are going to go out of business. There's no room. This environment is this going to be the environment that actually shakes out and weeds out some of the weaker players. And I guess I'm also thinking specifically of a company that you used to run the gap, the CEO just stepped down. Is there room in this sort of environment for a company like the gap? Well, there's room for any company that does it well. That excites the customer that's innovative creative and has great goods. Now, it's not easy in any business. Gap is not immune to the environment that we're in today. But it's always about leadership. It's always about intuition with a merchant designer and operating partners and marketing. So, you know, I always respected them. I'm friendly with their executive chairman who's a terrifically wonderful talented guy, Bobby Martin. And he's got a big challenge ahead. So turning it around. First of all, because to me, not great, because it gets so bureaucratic, big corporations. I always try to keep the jobs I've had small and intimate and micromanaging. And now in a very small company. But you know, I don't know, I can't answer what they could. It can be done, but all the big specialty companies, the big ones, are all not immune to what's going on. But I always get back, number one track my have the right goods, invest in the right way, and you'll win. So I think they're up for big challenges. As are many other companies. Mickey, it's always great to get your take. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you, nice to thanks a lot, Melissa. Take care. Mickey drexler. Of now Alex mill, some of those styles look like they'd be good on Tim Seymour. In terms of retail, how do you start thinking about, you know, if there's going to be some sort of shakeout, maybe some won't weather this inventory glut supply chain issue, period, as well as others. Those are some good-looking fashions behind Mickey. So anytime he wants to outfit me, I'm ready to roll. I think you have a dynamic where the inventory trends are well documented. I think some of the issues on logistics and ERP and things that are pushing a lot of these margins lower are things that are also priced in. But I think the consumer and where they are saturated at this point is something we haven't really priced in. But some of these trends that we're talking about and Mickey reference, I think are particularly difficult for department stores. So as much as I've been bullish on a turnaround in Macy's, it's hard for me to see how that environment gets better for them. The good news for retail right now is the king and the queen to use his terms are probably Nike and Lululemon, and we've gotten recent data points and earnings from them. We got fiscal four Q from Nike. They beat. They talked a bit about China and some of those dynamics, but it was a neutral guide, which I think is a victory. So there are folks

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"two hour" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

05:14 min | 4 months ago

"two hour" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Real read on retail, former gap in j.crew, Mickey drexler is joining us in a few to give us his take on the space and why you may want to look elsewhere for opportunity. But first, big tech earnings on deck, a lot of names gearing up to report results. So what can you expect we're breaking down the trades when this special edition of fast money return? Welcome back to fast money, big tech will be front and center this earnings season, but with early warnings from names like Microsoft and snap, what should we be prepared for? Let's trade it. And the plot thickens because we also basically got the cautionary words from Bill McDermott of service Bill McDermott excuse me a service now guy. I think to me at least in terms of valuation, the one you can get your arms around, I'm sure Karen would agree is Google. I think just on valuation alone, it's a compelling story. Problem obviously is ad spend and what's going on in that world. But to me, the key to this whole thing, this Microsoft say they have a demand problem going forward. They warned on currency a month or so ago. Do they warn on demand? That to me could be very problematic for the broader market. Karen, how do you think about ad spend in this environment when it comes to meta and Google? I think it will be lower. The question is, will it be lower by more or less than the stock is already lowered on the anticipation of it? Just want to touch on one thing that guy said, Microsoft on cloud, if what we just heard from Bill McDermott is the case and I have every reason to believe it is, then Microsoft is more levered to the cloud than Google, which also, the number three player. So I'm most comfortable with Google and meta. Yeah, Steve? I'm not comfortable, as I said before, with meta at all. I don't think they know where they're going. So it's hard for investors to follow. They're still an earnings machine, but I think people are looking through that because they're not sure what the endgame is, what the strategy is, and it has not been translated from management so that it's in a coherent understandable fashion that we could all invest around. Google, I would still be a buyer there, although I don't own it. I still own Apple. I'd be there, but I think if you look at these stocks and you know how I look at them based on the February 2020 level and whether or not that's the level or not, does it matter a lot of them are very lofty or very high above that level snap is not but when you look at snap, TikTok has sucked up all the air in the room. All right. Tim, you said that you want to hear the demand warning from big tech. Let's say that they a lot of the companies come out and they say things are fine. Does that make you feel any better? Are you just don't believe that really? Well, it's not that I don't believe them, but I think you rightly pointed and labeled Apple as a consumer discretionary. It's not. It's certainly not a Staples company. It's not really a hardware company. We're arguing very much that have for years. And I don't think either side of that business hardware or software or services are cheap guy referenced, at least some analyst assessment that the services business is going to be under a little bit more pressure. So the valuation just doesn't really make sense. It's the best company in the world. However, so it's not like the sky is falling. I think their balance sheet is pristine. There's a lot of levers they can pull. They are going to continue to innovate. But not here and now. And I guess I look at Microsoft Karen reference to the cloud business more important. This is a 100 billion plus run rate in cloud. So this is a massive, massive business that grew 29% last year. It's not going to go to 29% this year. And I think it's probably going to grow half of that. And this is a 50% plus international revenue story that has even more dollar pain ahead of it than they've announced. Meta perversely is the one where I think if anything on the communication they've been dialing back the messaging on the spend and especially as it relates to metaverse. So I think we've priced in all the cyclicality in their digital ad business of which they are still the juggernaut and no one's going to really knock them off that metal. And yes, a lot of this pulling back, but that's massive margin business. So I actually think the tone around meta don't love it either. I feel the need to put that disclaimer, don't like the company, don't like the service. But I think the stock has the ability to rally into these numbers, or coming out of these numbers. You agree with Tim in terms of your dislike for the product guy. I've always been such a disdain for Facebook. We've been on the Facebook recently. No, I've never been on the Facebook. No, I do agree with them in terms of stock. I think to his point, they've dialed back some of the rhetoric, but again, this stock is not traded well since they've made that pivot. And I mentioned Facebook earlier in terms of that huge move lower, thought it looked like a complete value into earnings ago. And then it obviously cascaded lower from there. You can make a very cogent coherent argument on valuation. But if we were to play the game, we play at 5 o'clock, would you rather? Oh, that one. Facebook or Google. Google at a market multiple with an 18 to 20% EPS growth in front of them to me makes the most sense. Coming up. Former retail

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05:39 min | 4 months ago

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"And when we talk about value traps, it's your early cyclicals. It's companies trading at two, three, four, 5 times earnings not revenues. And you're finding it in autos, you're finding it in home builders, you're finding it in chemicals and energy and in certain financials. So really across the board. This is a place we would stay away from. If you get a pop in these names, this is, these are names that we want to take out and take out of the portfolio. One of the concerns I've had, Chris is just in terms of credit in the form of high yield HYG. That's obviously sort of been trading sideways recently, but that's one thing I'm focused on. Is that a concern that credits sort of the last to go in this domino effect of the market? Credit is a concern. We always watch credit watch how it trades. We watch the new issue market. It's wine year to date. The other thing is, if we're right on cyclicals, cyclicals are tied to IG and high yield, if the earnings begin to go down, if there's a D rating, you should see that way on credit and one will really reinforce the other. And that's not a great situation. Chris, it's Karen. Thanks for being on. So we see in cyclicals, right? They have cyclical multiples as well. Low multiples, when things are bad and actually counterintuitively, sometimes higher. How much do you think the E is going in will come down so that the PE isn't really what we think it is and the value isn't really what we think it is. Okay, Karen, I don't usually talk about stocks and I don't want to trip myself up, but today I looked at letter X it is training at less than two times earnings. What the market is saying is those earnings in three, 6, 12 months are going to be a lot, lot lower. And the multiple that you're really looking at is probably two, three, four, 5 times of what it is. It's late again. I can't repeat this enough. It's late in the cycle. These early sick goals are hard to defend, earnings are going to be re rated down. This is a place that we would stay away from. This is a place we want to rotate out of. Of course, I had to do a double take when I read the notes and I saw that your S&P 500 target is 47 15. Which is quite a ways away from here. Is that accurate for one? And do we need to? We need to see big cap tech on pull its weight here. So what sort of earnings set up are we looking at, whether it be this quarter or the guidance going forward? So a couple of things. Just on the number and then I'll get into the question. As far as the number last year, we were blowing the street. We're expecting a melt up. This year we came in with third or fourth lowest on the street. We're expecting a 10% pull back. Bear market in a lot of the high flyers. That occurred. We just weren't bearish enough. Is that number too high? Maybe possibly, but what we're saying to clients is we think equities. We didn't think you can make money from a long side at the beginning of the year. We do think you can make money to the long side now. And to your point, it's going to be in the growth names. What we're seeing is indiscriminate selling in a lot of the growth names. A lot of these secular growers are now trading at reasonable prices anywhere from 14 times to 28 times for secular growers. This is where we want to start to put our money. And this is an environment where growth is going to slow down the economy will probably go into recession and growth is going to work. So this at the margin is where you want to put your dollar. When you think about technology, though, the biggest within these big cap tech group is Apple, and that is more of a discretionary stock. So when you talk about a slowdown in the economy and a slowdown in the consumer, doesn't that doesn't that stock get caught up in that? Well, how much of your Apple products really discretionary? You probably have a ton of them. And yes, what we're worried about as far as the consumer is we think consumer recession is coming. What we've been saying is a consumer's balance sheet is really strong, but close to a quarter of it is tied up in the equity markets. When equities are down 20%, you know, that really weighs on sentiment that really weighs on consumer discretionary spending and ultimately the economy. The kind of the catch phrase here is the U.S. economy, the equity bait on the U.S. economy has never been higher, but getting back to Apple. A lot of the Apple products, yes, there's somewhat discretionary, but not as much as you think. And at the end of the day, what we want are companies with stable earnings, we want to gravitate to certainty, we think that we think that's what the market will pay for. And some of those companies are in tech, some of them are FinTech. Somewhere on the consumer side, but what we're seeing again is indiscriminate selling on the gross side. Many of the growth management I talked to are having a very difficult time and what we want to do is we want to capitalize upon that. All right, Chris, good to see you. Thank you. Chris Harvey. Thank you. A Wells Fargo. All right, so on the one side, you have names like an apple, which could be caught up in a slowdown in consumer spending. You've got a Google and you've got a meta, whose main source of revenue adds, their track with GDP, so you see the slowdown in GDP so you slow down in that revenue. But on the other hand, you have very good balance sheets for all of these names. I don't think balance sheets are concerned at all. I think many of these companies have been able to fortify themselves over the last few years and they've done the right thing. It's not about that. It's about what is the demand cycle look like, right? And in terms of valuations, what are these companies look like? In terms of Apple real quick, I mean, Katie Huberty at Morgan Stanley, I'm not saying she's saying Apple by any stretch, but for the first time in a long time, she's been cautious on the name and a lot of people out there that think apple's the last shoe to drop. July 26th, I think they report earnings. I thought the market would rally in the Apple earnings and that would be the next catalyst to take a slower. I'm going to stand by that and think that's going to happen. Yes, Steve?

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07:17 min | 4 months ago

"two hour" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"To Delta and Taiwan semi, and things get even more heated next week when we hear from the likes of Netflix, Tesla, J&J and more. So with continued high inflation, it consistently strengthening dollar and fears of a looming recession. What should investors be listening to when all these companies report? Big question, guy. I think it's a guidance. It's not necessarily what this quarter was. It's what they see going forward. And specifically, Jamie Dimon from JPMorgan will speak. It will be interesting to see if he doubles down on the comment about hurricanes that he made a month or so ago, or if he backs off a little bit. So for me, it's not necessarily the quarter they're reporting. It's what they're seeing going forward in terms of guidance. Yeah, Karen, do you agree exactly with that? It's sort of like if you had a great quarter, it doesn't matter. The street's going to look through. If you had a crappy quarter, you're going to get penalized for that, you're probably going to get penalized for your guidance, which will probably be soft as well. So, you know, it's a tough take for that. And I think that we'll see that phenomenon of so let's say a target doesn't do a Walmart comes up first. They don't do well. Target will trade down on that target comes out and doesn't do well. It will trade down on that. Again, penalized multiple times for the same thing. Yeah. Tim, and specifically within the guidance, what line items will you be listening for? Yeah, I think it's demand side. It's top line. And remember, in the numbers, we've just gone through the last earnings season. Part of the dynamic, especially for target Walmart, it was really a margin dynamic. It was where they had to guide down. It was inventory related. But I think this is all about demand. The guide I want to hear about is where is the consumer? Where is the demand side? Where are we? Because that's where companies really need to be pricing. We know about dollar headwinds. We know about margin pressures. We know about inflation. We don't know about demand. That's absolutely what we honestly, on some level, it's a lot simpler. I thought last quarter was a lot more nuanced, especially as we dealt with supply chain meets inflation and inventory, et cetera. Yeah, and last quarter, there was more of a hope that the supply chain issues was straightened themselves out. And here we are this week hearing about more lockdowns in China and whether or not that will actually be extended, Steve. That's not good. For those sorts of outlooks, companies will not be rewarded for saying, yeah, you know what, things are getting better. And then slam a lockdown happens. And the supply chain is tangled again. Yeah, I think you're really have to understand where your companies, where your stocks that you own are generating their revenue from. So margins are going to be in question. Supply chains are going to be in question. The dollar is going to be the most in question. And I think it's too early for the dollar to spill through to earnings. So you're going to have to pay attention to the guidance to what they're saying about margins. And those companies that have held their margins are going to be the most profitable and the ones that you want to be buying because we've gotten through hopefully the thick of a lot of these things, the dollar is the headwind currently rates of the headwind currently, but that's subsided. So just pay attention to margins and where they're at for the companies that you own. Yeah, the setup is important, of course, in the course of this quarter, we're down what like 400 or so S&P points. I mean, the question is, what is the setup going in? Have we priced in a lot of these things? And of course, within certain sectors, there have been steeper pullbacks and others. And so maybe have priced in a lot more. So I think that's fair. And I think that's exactly the right question to ask. And if you go back a couple quarters, I would have said that set up for a Facebook, for example, now meta was extraordinary to be long the stock, and then you saw what happened. So you can get tremendous head fakes in this environment, thinking a stock is sold off 30, 40%, that it sets up well, only to see it go down another ten to 15%. So I think that argument, at least for me, this quarter is somewhat out the window. And again, other things to look at and carrying can speak to this. Loan loss provision. So we're going to start to hear about that going forward in terms of the health of the consumer and those types of things. So that's just one more thing I'd be looking at. I mean, not too long ago. We were talking about reserve releases, helping the banks. And now it's the opposite that's going on. But how do we put that in? I think we priced a lot in. I think there's probably still some reserve releases to be had. And when you do that with when you combine that with some loan loss provisions, you get a smaller number. But I think that it's just going to be about the commentary about the economy and I think we're going to see net interest income improve, right? As rates have been higher, they've telling you they're going to have better net interest income, loan growth is going to be good. That's better, better margin stuff. But the question for the big money center banks, I do think trading revenue will be down and I think clearly investment banking revenue will be down. And those things I hope are priced in because it's not a shock, right? So hopefully they're priced in. I like it when banks go into earnings, having traded poorly, which to bang up set up now. They really have traded poorly. All right. Tim? I want to be careful with companies that were defensive over the last couple of quarters. I don't like valuations in a lot of those companies. I also think some of the dynamics that made pharma defensive. We've talked about tonight. I do think that there are big hits to some parts of their regional sales dynamic, whether it's also a dollar pressure. I think you have to be very careful about what has worked over the last couple of quarters. In terms of what hasn't obviously growth names and we've talked about this. A guy references a Facebook, Facebook not really a growth stock, but certainly categories under a tech landscape where arguably you should have more growth. And I think some of these big cap tech companies are places where you're going to have some defensiveness. I don't think we've I don't think we've heard the type of demand warnings out of Apple. And Microsoft that I want to hear before it's all clear, but I think some of the high multiple tech names have endured a lot. It's not necessarily scoop them up with both hands. The bigger dynamic is consumer Staples stocks are not cheap. Pharma companies in some cases are not cheap and I think that is something you have to be careful of. Steve, why would you be short XLE going into earnings? I mean, this should be the sector that has the best earnings theoretically. Yeah, it should, but I think people are looking through that at what can be better than this. Our earnings, you always want to see what's leading and what's lagging, earnings are lagging indicator. So it's always a backward looking data point. And no one's going to argue on this desk that things weren't a perfect setup for energy companies across the board. Where do things go that are better for them going forward. We've already seen commodities crack. So that's going to hit their bottom line. So that's why I'd be looking through where you see them now. And looking for where the puck is going to be. But one last thing. Diamond Zuckerberg Musk and now McDermott, how many other CEOs are going to come out and say, macro headwinds are slamming our stocks and the economy. You don't want to be investing in that market. All right, our next guest is urging investors to watch out for value traps this earnings season. Chris Harvey is the head of equity strategy at Wells Fargo securities. Chris, nice to see you. Where are these traps in your view? So these traps are everywhere.

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03:22 min | 4 months ago

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"Nearly 7 and a half percent today after the company reported 51 airplane deliveries in June, the biggest number it has seen since March 2019, the stock that was down almost 27% this year and the company still faces an order backlog of more than 4000 aircraft as of June's end. Tim, what do you make of this run? What are you doing with it? Well, it's a relative victory. Again, you're going back to March 2019. So this is a pre COVID reference. This is also up about 38% year over year. The beleaguered airline maker with nothing really exciting coming down the pike in terms of innovation. It's really about rectifying max max certification and the issues. I think the issues around certification and they're being more cautious on the headline is more representative Boeing having a very different tone to their public communications since the max and since Dave Calhoun took over. This is what they do. They're at least trying to sound as if they are not calling the shots anymore, which is how they've always sounded throughout history. So look at the stock, it's up 35% off of those lows. It's back above the 50, the charts encouraging, still a lot to prove, but this was very important for the airline sector, obviously, delta reports tomorrow. They've kind of given you a guide on where these numbers are going to be. I don't think major surprises. And I think airlines have been overdone to the downside. Yeah, 50 airplane orders one for the month of June. 49 were max die. That's a positive. There's a positive. And if you look at just if you want to get technical with the charts, you look at the low we made in March of 2020 and you look at the recent low of the Boeing just made Tim spoke to it in terms of the route we've seen off that law. You have a nice little double bottom here to trade against. I think at least for the first time in a very long time, Boeing looks like you play from long side. If you want to go downstream, spirit air systems, SPR. I think that actually sets up really well into their earnings. I think late next week. I was sort of surprised when we threw up the forward PE on the chart there. 50. 50 Karen, think of all the stocks that trade well below 50 on a forward basis. Yes, but you got to think their earnings are going to ramp up dramatically. Oh, so that would make one would hope that. One would hope, right? Or they got a cure cancer and do the suit the max 37 max. Steve, where do you stand on Boeing or the airlines? I'm bullish on both Boeing and the airlines. You heard the commentary from American today. I think that if anyone has traveled, you see the airports are packed. I think it's a testament to how successful Boeing has been because I thought they were just going to have to change the name of this plane. I still look when I'm on one. I still get a little nervous when I'm on one to be honest, I do. And I get nervous when I'm on one. Have you booked based on it being a max? No, okay. In a way, I have done that in the beginning of this where they first started getting back in the air where I have switched flights. I would be arrested if I tried to get off one once I was on one though. So I haven't done that, but I have booked around it. I'm bullish on both. I think people have stopped money to spend until they don't, and they'll spend it on travel. Can you imagine sitting next to Steve? He thinks he's on whatever plane. And then he's like, oh, and this after he wipes down everything with Kim rock's wife. I mean, that was a fun flight. All right, there's a lot

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07:03 min | 4 months ago

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"Let's bring in Jens nordvig. Founder and CEO of data. And Jens, do you think parity isn't the last stop here? It's going to go through. What we have an extremely unusual situation on our hands and you're right. We have a war right next to the EU. We have Russia that is essentially trying to create as much pain as it can for the European economy to deliberately. It's not a normal situation, right? And the Euro is trading accordingly and not normal. It's 20 years ago since we were here last time. Last time it was because some very special capital flows. This time around, there's a very fundamental reasons why we're here. So there's not really any good reason to fade it. Unless we see something new on the energy front. Yeah, and this is Tim, how about the dollar yen component of the dollar's move? Because BOJ has been missing in action, claiming they see zero inflation there. And while the dollar basket is certainly 60% Euro, the move in dollar yen has been extreme. I'm just curious if you think that's going to give ground. Yeah, so if you look at this year, initially the dollar was strong because the fed was hawkish and a lot of currencies that were very sensitive to fed policy moved a lot such as dollar yen. In the last couple of weeks, we've started to see something different. But again, it's time to stabilize a little bit and what you're seeing is that it's the growth sensitive currencies, especially some EM currencies that are taking a major major hit. So we're in a transition phase, the dollar has been strong through both phases, but as strong against different currencies and we're having something that smells a bit like an EM currency crisis now. Really for the first time in a long time. That was going to be my question, Jens, emerging markets obviously, you're going to get eviscerated on the back of something like this EEM is going to think from 60 down to current levels over the course of about a year and a half. I mean, how does that play out? Because quite frankly, it can't be bullish here back in the United States at a certain point. Yeah, so I think what worries me about this cycle is that normally when we have significant pressure on asset prices, we have somebody is going to come in and help, right? We will use the global central banks coming and helping. Or China coming and helping. China's trying, but not very successfully to get something going in China. And then you look at all the global central banks. They are still in typing mode. We're not going to have a big, big pivot from central banks like Sue, right? Maybe we'll have something later this year, but for now the central banks are kind of forced to stick to a hawkish tone because the inflation is so high. So that's what's worrying that this could be a pretty drawn out situation with not really any clear cameras for relief. I would say in the next couple of months are we going to start talking Jan's about, I don't know what the way today you refer to pigs. Once upon a time we talked about the pig countries and their debt loads. And I'm wondering if that becomes an issue once again here. Yeah, so we've already seen that sovereign bond spreads in Europe. A widen out pretty meaningfully this year and the ECB is preparing a certain tool to fight that already, right? So this is already a concern. And as long as the ECB isn't tightening mode, which will be the case as long as the inflation doesn't look like it's coming down raw materially, that's going to be an issue. And that's also something that was different. Like 20 years ago, when the Euro was down at these levels, we didn't have sovereign bond spreads blowing out. It was actually a pretty decline all along. So from that perspective, this move here is quite a bit more concerning than the one we had 20 years ago. Wow. Yeah, it's good to see you. Thank you so much. Thank you. And it's an exante. Tim, I'll go to you since you're the ambassador. When it comes to the EM when it comes to parts of Europe, where are you most concerned about right now? Well, I'm very concerned about Europe and only two other times in the history is inflation adjusted has dollar ever been this strong against all that's core trading partners, 2002. So where Jens is referring to and back to 1985, but those are moments when something was breaking. And so we're at a place here where the dollar is going to force pain. And although a lot of EM currencies had made adjustments and they are floating freely. And have not been afraid to revalue multiple times in the last 5 years. I mean, look at the Mexican peso. Look at levels on the Brazilian real. Forget the Russian rule, look at the Turkish lira. I mean, these are conditions where we've seen this over the last four or 5 years, but there's no question to me, Europe's pain is something we're just getting going. And we talk so much about the currency translation into this earnings season, but we forget about the EU as the second largest economic zone in the world. And the impact on multinationals and what it means. And again, I think we are going to hear this from pharma companies. I think we are going to hear this from companies who rely on Europe, not just because of the currency dynamics. So these are extreme levels on the dollar. Two other times in history, inflation adjusted, you should be concerned. And yes, as an EM guy, I don't think this is a moment that you're ready to start buying. Steve? When you look at two stocks that stick out for me. So you're going to see money flows into U.S. dollar. That means it's going to get worse. And if you look at Capri, Capri cost basis is in Euros, but they sell in USD. That intrinsic, two names I own. I guess you should look over your portfolio and see what stocks you own have cost basis in Euros and sell in U.S. dollar and that's a right way trade that you want to be in. Makes sense to me, melms. I mean, I think Steve looks great and all the Capri holdings attire number one. You're going to say capris. Those as well. But I think it's a it's just much bigger than individual stocks. I mean, Steve is right in terms of those names, but this is a big deal. Now, I think what might happen is these numbers come out, not as hot as people think. You get a relief rally, maybe on the back of bank earnings, if the market does rally, I think the dollar will sell off. And that will sway some of these concerns. I think that will be short lived. I think the dollar will be continued to go higher from here in the weeks to come. So what I think about is companies when they report and they have this FX hit, right? We saw Microsoft is sort of one of the flagship ones to do it. Sometimes the market doesn't seem to care. They just sort of back it out. Now they do. Now they do. They really do. And so I think Steve's point about looking, what do you own? Where do they source? And where do they sell? So I think it's something like target, they source somewhat overseas, and they sell here. So that's better. Walmart also sources a lot overseas, but they have more of a mixed where they sell. So repatriating those lesser dollars when they, when they sell overseas. So I don't know. I feel like in a good tape, market doesn't care, but now they will. Coming up.

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05:41 min | 4 months ago

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"Quick thoughts before you get to it. Well, fascinating day in terms of the yield curve too. So it's telling you that we feel better about inflation out. We also worked about the economy, the inversion of twos tens, but even up from one year up to 36. If we're going to strain and Tim's Mike, we've got some hits to his audio. In the meantime, let's get to the breaking news here on Twitter, Julia Morrison's got the details. Julia. Melissa, Twitter is suing Elon Musk and Delaware court for violating the $44 billion merger agreement that he made with the company, Twitter, is seeking a court order to force Musk to close the acquisition at the $54 and 20 cents a share that they agreed upon just looking through the filing here. It says, quote, Musk apparently believes that he unlike every other party's subject to Delaware contract law is free to change his mind, trash the company, disrupt its operations destroy stockholder value and walk away going on to say this repudiation follows a long list of material contractual breaches by Musk that have cast a pall over Twitter and its business. Twitter brings this action to enjoy Musk from further breaches to compel Musk to fulfill his legal obligations and to compel consummation of the merger upon satisfaction of the few outstanding conditions. So I think what's really interesting here Melissa is not only are they saying they're trying to close the deal at the 54 20 price, but they are laying the groundwork to look for damages, payments of damages as well as that $1 billion breaking fee. If it does not go towards a full closure of the deal. So as expected, the suit has been filed and here we go in the next phase of this Twitter Musk drama. As the drama turns, Julia, thank you, Julia borsten, it's like a soap opera here at this point, but Karen, you've been trading the soap opera. And the sock is taking higher in the aftermarket. And this after a 4% gain in the regular session. So pretty much the way you gamed it out to be. What's your next move here? Right. So my next move is I think this will read very, very well, as I said last night, this is the a team, not there are plenty of a teams, but this is the a team. It's going to be very compelling. I do think they have the better side of the argument. So I think it's going to read very, very well. The stock will trade up, then so I have these very short dated options. I probably look to sell those. I think that the next event is either the response by Musk's team, which I think will be good. I think this will be better what we're going to see tonight or tomorrow. And I think then after also we have earnings, which we talked about last night, I don't think those will be good or memorable and Twitter should do everything they can to just pretend they didn't really happen, which they'll try to downplay it. I'm sure. But I think the compelling argument is that Musk will need to close. It's stellar who knows anything can happen, but I think that's the most likely outcome at the moment. I'm staying long biscuit change tomorrow for trades really well. Yeah, up 1% in the after hour session guy. She's done it masterfully, Karen, in terms of trade Ness. This is from the day that this announcement was made. However many months ago, both Karen and Dan said, you know, you got to fade this thing. It's not going to happen. That's proven to be correct. So these calls will pay off. The only concern obviously is duration. But you know what? I don't think it matters because I think if there's shorts out there in the stock, they're almost forced to cover by definition as we start to get this new. So good for Karen. I think she should absolutely say with this trade. Tim, I think we've got your mic issues worked out in time to get your thoughts on Twitter here. Well, I think the positive news is that there's no more negative news coming. In the short term, I think we've worked through all of the fallout from the price. Remember, it traded up near that 54 level. And it stayed there for four to 5 weeks. So the fact that you had priced in a whole lot of deal on wind, we priced in the dynamics around what has been really a lack of another bid in the market with the failure of management to monetize their business and to really make their more excitement around it. You know, I just think this is a stock that really has a lot to prove in the short term, but that unless you believe it has to be tied to the NASDAQ in terms of underperformance overall for tech and therefore it's got to move lower. I think you've left a lot of bad news and got it out in the open. So now the stock is at 1.3%. Steve Grasso, you would have thought what was good for Twitter might be a negative or pressur on Tesla shares, but we didn't see that in today's session or in the aftermarket session. Yeah, I think ultimately it will be, but I don't think he's going to be forced to honor the deal. I think he'll just be forced to pay the $1 billion. The breakup fee, he's not going to be forced to pay the original price. Or somewhere in the middle. But I think to pick up where Tim left off, the only thing this puts in focus to me is the inadequacies of the Twitter stock. So ultimately, you're left with the stock that was not able to monetize when they should have been able to. And you're back with the bots being the centralized point of conversation, which is a negative for Twitter, no matter how you slice it. So you could see a relief rally. I like that Karen is probably going to tie up loose ends on a bounce, but I wouldn't be there for long term. Guaranteed interesting, I think one of the most valuable assets to Twitter has is his lawsuit. Yeah. Truly. Because where would it be without it? Elon Musk would probably walk, right? And then it would trade to where should be. I don't know, 25 or whatever, so that's 20 bucks. It's interesting. To me, it's not about Twitter, the company, it's only about Delaware. That's it. It's the whole story here. Wow. All right. Well, we got a milestone in the currency markets today that we want to talk about. The urinating parity with the U.S. dollar for the first time in 20 years.

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"two hour" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"two hour" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Night back older madman de name michelle brad. In the night. I can do runner snow with the manage only chase. She said something straw. Someone with a break was jacket on the whale. And john say burning me owner in the night got down but you neva out to she's going again Long do the Stone preacher a chaperones ended up watching the girl saw with his runner runner. Ninety nine mobile either by thank you. New dot is gonna meagher's You've got the latest jam. Queued up the sound system cranked. But you're missing that extra element take it all the way to eleven listening to music is only half the journey our senses mingled to create unforgettable moments on the magazine. Podcast.

"two hour" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"two hour" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Then came in and they insisted on. This radio station was a really big building. There was a lot of space news. I had to find keys and unlike every hour. They went through de straw irs. They made me remove aboard from the console so they could look at the wires like under the radio console and so then thorough that they're extremely thorough very good at their job. They're very thorough. They left stone unturned. Which which you have to Understand but this is where it's This is where it got dicey and kinda funny. In retrospect they're like. Where will the senator speaking. I said well He'll be in the in our second studio here and they win of their check all that out in the course of doing that. They looked at refrigerator. And then there was like an old timey coke and pepsi machine. But it's one of those managers that come up to you just about two and a half three feet tall and they said we're going to need you to open this and this is an and this is where i made a real estate. They just they. They insisted i opened this. Like two and a half foot tall. Like old timey coke or pepsi machine. And i said you gotta midget sniper hadn't in my her If they're not. Take kindly to that yeah. Don't make jokes to a secret service. Little people so this was this was nineteen ninety nine so i don't i don't think it was then whatever but the the less not took away from that as they don't take jokes don't make them especially involving the word sniper school because they they did not react well that and i almost literally had to prague. Open to quote groundhog day. Is that not good right. But i have done that so funny enough now. I'm friends with someone from the secret. Service will and so really the the the story really about the celebrity met. It's much more about the build up to it. Because then the straighttalk ex plus brass express bus which was about half the size of our entire parking lot. It was mammals. I don't know how they turn the thing around to leave. But it pulls a then the door opens and somebody from the new york times get sauce and somebody from cnn gets off an msnbc and fox news and a bunch of local newspapers like a gaggle of media and then out scrolls john mccain and he walks up much shorter than i realized For starters now. I'm now. I'm i'm fairly tall. I'm close to six two. But he was much shorter than i was imagining of. Just starters i mean. I've saved five five six. Maybe but he walked up and he he was very nice and took my hand all my dumb questions because again i i literally been doing news for like four or five months and i'm in a presidential candidate and so so really the. The buildup is much more impressive than the axle meeting the celebrity story. But he he was very nice very polite and gave a great speech that evening. And all that sort of stuff. So so Well the thrill. I have feeling i know what yours is going to be so. Let me see if if i'm correct. Are you going to tell the story about how you embarrassed yourself. In front of james taylor. I feel like all the celebrity encounters i have. That's the one to go with. I am going to shoehorn in a second but hear me out fair enough so d. for my bird i love james taylor grew up listening to james taylor one year for my birthday l. d. gummy tickets to the hollywood bowl with james taylor and we're in the line which is just absolutely insane win l. d. mentioned something about it being my birthday and then suddenly a security guard walks over to us and says sir there's another entrance up here. Why don't you walk over here. And i'm like all right so i don't know if you've been to the hollywood ball. I don't know if you actually saw what happened. This is like because you were like no. It's fine thank you and then the security guard took me by the arm. And he's like you guys should go this way now and i'm like okay honey. Let's go so the hollywood bowl is obviously at the top of a very large hill. And you walk up basically the parking lot to get there. So we're walking up the parking lot and we're coming around to where the artist entrance for the bowl is now should be said that this is like we're all the buses park right like all the blue hair buses and all the people coming in from like your riverside and all the other parts of california and stuff like that like basically like you know for lack of confusing term. Is the tour buses. All the buses are back there greg. So we're walking up hill and we're making our way. I'm kinda checking the tickets for our seats. When suddenly we see a group of people by another security guard and there with a guy and the guy is kind of talking to them and he's slowly making his way across the street to where the the back of stages and at some point. I think it was you. I don't know who was who i said i said. Hey honey guy looks like james taylor and then my face drop in a mike. Oh my god that is jamestown jamestown. Mary was cabdriver. Hatton all and no no. It's not and then all of a sudden like two very large security guards. Flank him on both sides. Like what like power walk to him. And unlike nope yeah. That's that's james taylor. That's him so at this point. I've pretty much lost all of my faculties. I don't know what's going on so l. d. actually goes up to james taylor himself and says. Excuse me mr taylor. It's my husband's birthday. At which point. James turns to me and he says hey happy birthday. Thanks for being here. You know it's great to see you and in my head. All these things are running about how my mother sang me. James taylor. When i was a baby she would say james howard to go to sleep. How i listen to all of his albums how his music has been the backdrop for the majority of my life. But all i can muster is is my birthday. Which point james. Taylor looks very kindly happy birthday. Great to see you l. d. facilitates the picture which i don't remember happening. But we have a negative by the neck and threw them at james taylor and was like. Can we get a picture with you. And he was like oh yeah. He was super cool former gracious than i think. I spent the next hour. Just saying june filler pillars. James dealer. I j king. It was so cheap. I've never seen him get star struck by barely. You zoning how intelligent my husband truly is is. He is so smart but just to watch him. Go from like eloquent gentleman to rock. Level of ineligible was just credible. Because like you know he had all these wonderful things he's always wanted to say to. James taylor i stand.

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"two hour" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"two hour" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Some actual research on our part will. Eric actually broke brought up. Rick okay sick. Who was i would love to do on. Yeah and that's that's gonna that's gonna happen George harrison which i believe dot dot ought to give it a totally fine but then you know like songs that ripped off other songs gray thing but it's such a hard deep dive for us and then of course i you know we're gonna be doing bridget. Brought up doing producers. And i actually wanted to do a series on people in the music industry. That aren't singer. So like wolfman jack or other producers and mixers engineers of studio musicians people. You might even know their name. But like i wanna shed light on some of these people that really don't ever get talked about so like some of these things are like series within themselves so you guys went above and beyond with some of the stuff and we are definitely definitely gonna do some deep bags and of course the. Ps resistance was the fact that someone was like. You should do conspiracies. And i'm like hold my ginger ale. I will be doing this later but not to point to bring up one l. d. I'm pretty sure you've mentioned wolfman jack before. He was a potential subject. Now yes. I actually have a book on the shelf and that is a reminder guys that we will be doing another rock and roll heaven draft because this one will so so exciting. So here's the deal. We're going to have a list of forty contenders twenty dinner. Gonna come from me and fingers crossed twenty. That are coming from you guys. So after this episode goes up. We're gonna post on youtube or sorry. No we're going to post on facebook and then you guys under that one post. Please throw in your choices. I was gonna say. I think i think we can go ahead. And mark george harris down and probably riquet stick with those are ones people already pitch down in the course of giving us ideas for this episode and actually elvis and prince. Those two has to be done next year in all fairness elvis. He was bumped. Ray very current and hard hitting heavy hitter. That was very close to hugh. Tj joel we we we for those who didn't hear our draft last year. I actually picked illness. Yes i did the way that l. d. strikes were did it was you can make audible. I if someone noteworthy passes are around the time or after we did the draft but before we started we could change one of our topics and unfortunately eddie van halen passed away. I guess about a month after we recorded Drafts so i did sub him. Out for elvis yes. Elvis will definitely be done L. d. apparently found some out of print book on. So he's probably gonna be taken our badgen and to be fair. I think in the rules of the draft. It is decreed that you can call an audible. You believe it in one single audible auto audible. So i'm the only person to beckett advantage that so far but anyway yeah guys absolutely. Please pitch that out in any ideas you might have for a heavy hitter contenders for us to possibly drive for next year. Just send them to us. Can't we would love to same. And my second point died in here. Was that one of the listeners. Brought up bad finger which has actually been brought up before several times my christina actually several times christine yes she was. Choose the one. That kinda spearheaded albuque- gotten several messages abou- bad finger and then people have private messaged me on my own face look like cover bad finger. Ra ra. the time has come. there is so much tragedy there out. I wouldn't even know where to start suggests. Oh yeah all right. Well now with all that out of the way so you know we. We wanted to kind of touch on a couple of what you guys had cintas so the first thing that we wanted to talk about because it was this was in the twitter verse and a lot of my musical friends. Have a lot to say about this particular subject. Which is that. The nirvana baby is now suing wayne. So just to give you guys. In context the album nirvana's nevermind had a picture of a baby in opole and it was reported dollar bill and you can see his little. You know new new hoo-ha whatever you wanna call it. And now now he is engaged in a child pornography suit because apparently he was only four months when he was photographed by a family friend drifting naked in a pool in one thousand nine hundred ninety one and in the decades that followed his name is spencer elder for those who don't know he has celebrated his heart in that classic cover rivers celebrated his part he was recreated. It wasn't an album cover. Yeah okay so. He recreated that exact moment for the tenth anniversary the seventeenth anniversary the twentieth anniversary and the twenty fifth anniversary of the album's release. Though he wasn't naked does he does his. What did you call it new long. Yes something is. He has filed a federal lawsuit against the estate of kurt. Cobain dave grohl and chris nova style. Like and courtney love which. Okay cool So i guess. I guess he's the executor of kurtz mistake. Probably you actually mentions kurtz estate along. West courtney love as like a secondary party again. The for mentioned in it too. I bolt is named in that suit. I think taking by family. Frat so i'm not really but they're saying that never mind profited from his naked image because it's one of the best selling records of of all time with thirty million copies so were why greg's i nobody. Nobody bought it because of your new. Wally walk. Yep yep so if inhaling three if then helen three at your pecker on the front of it it would have been bad that not sold album could be saved if you guys want to truly understand the depths of my brothers disdain. for van halen three unions. Do our thirty eight hundred series had been halen. That album is utter garbage. So apparently and this is actually a genuinely sad part of it. Elden spencer elden is an artist. But he's gone to therapy for years to work on how that affected him so he says he hasn't met anyone who hasn't seen his genitalia and it's a constant reminder. Es no privacy will. I'm an open it up to you guys..

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"two hour" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"two hour" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"We started a second hour. What's going on? Welcome to the program. My name is Jim Rome. I'm live in Southern California. It is a three hour program. And we start the second hour coming up in about 40 minutes from right now the quarterback of the Green Bay Packers Aaron Rodgers, the show is coming to you live from the rocket mortgage Studios. Whether you want to buy a home or re financial current home, Rocky can we spent the better part of our number one Breaking down the N F L Let's change up. Let's talk some baseball we're joined right now by an MLB network insider also works with the NHL network in front of the program. You can watch my next guest across MLB network studio programming. MLB network has the Mariners in the A's Today at 3:30 P.m. Eastern Then followed by the Yankees and the Braves at seven Eastern Good matchup there. John Maroc is my guess. Good to have you back. John. How are you, Jim? My friend. Always enjoy the conversations, and I'll be staying tuned later this hour for your conversation with Aaron. You always have great interviews with Aaron Rodgers. I appreciate saying that, John, Thank you so much great to have you back. Now, of course you grew up in Michigan. You cover the Tigers for the Detroit Free Press back in the day, So I want to ask you about Miguel Cabrera hitting his 5/100 home run first. That happened on Sunday. What was your reaction when he finally did reach that milestone? I think everybody Jim that's watched him play had a smile at her reflection, and just the The duration of his greatness. How long he has been a preeminent hitter in this sport to see it culminate with that number only 28 players in the history of the game. Jim have done that. There have only been 28 days like Sunday in the entire history. Major League baseball. Let's think about that for a second more than a century of our national pastime, and that was one of 28 days like that, so Just extraordinary. And I think it was fitting that it was a home run to right center field, which is the patented swing that we have seen from Miguel for so long, and I'll share this story about Miguel as well that he He has always been so proud about being in the lineup every day. He played almost 2000 Games gym in the major leagues before he spent a day. On the injured list nearly 2000 games. His 13th year was the first time you went on the aisle that is remarkable in terms of the consistency and being there every single day, and I remember there was one year where it was August. Around this time, and he was he was battling an injury. It was a couple years before he went on the isle for the first time. I remember asking him in the clubhouse. They Miguel, How hard is it to maybe you have to face going on the I l for the first time, and he laughed. He said, Hey, we've got September roster expansion. I don't have to go on the I l right now I'll be able to not have to do to do that. He really wanted him to have that pride of never going on the isle. And, of course, with the September roster expansion he didn't have to, and it just shows you how well he thinks the game he was aware of that He knew it was coming and was really proud about never going on the isle. So he's just someone that has really loved the game. He talks about the game and Jim, I'll say this to a photographic memory. He sit down 500 home runs. I can promise you he can give you a snapshot. 500, different snapshots. Every home run. He's got that memory, an incredible memory, an incredible player and a great hitter. Now an all time great and admission career, we're talking John Maroc. Jonathan. I mentioned that MLB network has got the Mariners in the AIDS today, followed by the Yankees and the Braves. The Yankees John have now won 10 straight since they lost to the White Sox in Iowa. What do you make of how they've turned this around and the way they're playing right now? Well, that's a great point. Jim. Of course, they have not lost a game since that baseball disappeared over the into the cornfield off Tim Anderson's bat and the Yankees. I give a lot of credit right now to their bullpen. They were a team that had some bullpen issues. Obviously, Zach Britton blew the save in that game and Dyersville, but since then they've had five different relievers. Records saves for them, and none of them have been named Chapman or Britain. So they've had a really unique cast come together and give them consistency. Meanwhile, for as much we've talked about the trade deadline moves they've made, adding Rizzo and Gallo. It's been Stanton. It's been judged their mainstay players who have had injuries happened. The last couple years have really been consistent of late, and they now have a really well balanced Thick middle part of the lineup that you're supposed to know. The Yankees for this is what they're supposed to have are supposed to have incredible power hitters, both sides of the plate who are just formidable to go through and they finally have this, So I think it's great for the Yankees, obviously great for baseball team back and the fourth point of the conversation, And at this moment, Jim, the Yankees have the best record in the game. Since the trade deadline 18 and four they have been almost unbeatable. They've been the best team in the game in the month of August, and it's going to be a lot of fun to watch this a least raced down the stretch the raise the Yankees, the Red Sox and the Blue Jays that they can find a way to stay in this thing, because it's been tough for Toronto here the last couple weeks. John Maroc, my guest, John, I was going to go there next, as well as New Yorkers playing right now there's still four back in Tampa Bay. Do the Yankees have enough to run down the Rays? Or is that still Tampa Bay's division? I think the Yankees have enough to run him down. I really believe that. I think to me if I'm gonna look at it candidly, I know I mentioned the Red Sox. As part of the three team race. I do think the champion this division is going to be either the Rays or the Yankees and the Yankees have plenty of time and plenty of firepower to chase him down the raise. I think this is where I look at the way Tampa's built their club. What's different about Tampa this year? The last year is their lineup is substantially better. Now The pitching isn't quite as dominant. They've lost Snell. They've lost more than glass now is injured, two totally different rotation, but the Tampa lineup is better. And so I think the Yankees certainly have enough to power to run them down, and they have a very good chance to do so. But it's going to be interesting to see if those two teams match up in the playoff series of Let's say the Yankees when the wild card and win that wild card game and match up against Tampa in the first round. Um how? How that plays out..

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"two hour" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"two hour" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"We started our second hour. What's going on? Welcome to the program. My name is Jim Rome. I'm live in Southern California. It is a three hour program. And we start the second hour coming up in about 40 minutes from right now the quarterback of the Green Bay Packers Aaron Rodgers, the show is coming to you live from the rocket mortgage Studios. Whether you want to buy a home or re financial current home, Rocky can we spent the better part of our number one Breaking down the N F L Let's change up. Let's talk some baseball we're joined right now by an MLB network insider also works with the NHL network in front of the program. You can watch my next guest across MLB network studio programming. MLB network has the Mariners in the A's Today at 3:30 P.m. Eastern Then followed by the Yankees in the Braves at seven Eastern Good matchup there, John Maroc is my guess. Good to have you back. John. How are you, Jim? My friend. Always enjoy the conversations. And I'll be staying tuned later this hour for your conversation with Aaron. You always have great interviews with Aaron Rodgers. I appreciate sand that, John. Thank you so much great to have you back. Of course you grew up in Michigan. You cover the Tigers for the Detroit Free Press back in the day, So I want to ask you about Miguel Cabrera hitting his 5/100 home run first. That happened on Sunday. What was your reaction when he finally did reach that milestone? I think everybody Jim that's watched him play had a smile at her reflection, and just the The duration of his greatness. How long he has been a preeminent hitter in this sport to see it culminate with that number only 28 players in the history of the game. Jim have done that. They've only been 28 days like Sunday in the entire history. Major League baseball. Let's think about that for a second more than a century of our national pastime, and that was one of 28 days like that, so Just extraordinary. And I think it was fitting that it was a home run to right center field, which is the patented swing that we have seen from Miguel for so long, and I'll share this story about Miguel as well that he He has always been so proud about being in the lineup every day. He played almost 2000 Games gym in the major leagues before he spent a day. On the injured list nearly 2000 games. His 13th year was the first time you went on the aisle that is remarkable in terms of the consistency and being there every single day, and I remember there was one year where it was August. Around this time, and he was he was battling an injury. It was a couple years before he went on the isle for the first time. I remember asking him in the clubhouse. See Miguel. How hard is it to Maybe you have to face going on the isle for the first time, and he laughed. He said. Hey, we've got September roster expansion. Don't have to go on the I l right now I'll be able to not have to do to do that. He really wanted him to have that pride of never going on the isle. And, of course, with the September roster expansion he didn't have to, and that just shows you how well he thinks the game he was aware of that He knew it was coming and was really proud about never going on the isle. So he's just someone that has really loved the game. He talks about the game and Jim, I'll say this to a photographic memory. He's sitting down 500 home runs. I can promise you he can give you a snapshot, 500 different snapshots, every home run. He's got that memory, an incredible memory, an incredible player and a great hitter Now and all time, great and amazing career. We're talking John Maroc. Jonathan. I mentioned that MLB network has got the Mariners in the AIDS Today, followed by the Yankees and the Braves. The Yankees John have now won 10 straight since they lost to the White Sox in Iowa. What do you make of how they turn this around? And the way they're playing right now? Well, that's a great point. Jim. Of course, they have not lost the game since that baseball disappeared over the into the cornfield off Tim Anderson's bat and the Yankees. I give a lot of credit right now to their bullpen. They were a team that had some bullpen issues. Obviously exact. Britain blew the save in that game in Dyersville, but since then they've had five different relievers. Record saves for them, and none of them have been named Chapman or Britain. They've had a really unique casts, come together and give them consistency. Meanwhile, for as much we've talked about the the trade deadline moves they've made, adding Rizzo and Gallo. It's been Stanton. It's been judged their their main state players who have had injuries happened. The last couple years have really been consistent of late, and they now have a really well balanced Thick middle part of the lineup that you're supposed to know. The Yankees for this is what they're supposed to add. We're supposed to have incredible power enters both sides of the plate who are just formidable to go through and they finally have this. So it's I think it's great for the Yankees, obviously great for baseball team back and the fourth point of the conversation, And in this moment, Jim, the Yankees have the best record in the game. Since the trade deadline 18 and four they have been almost unbeatable. They've been the best team in the game in the month of August, and it's going to be a lot of fun to watch this a least race down the stretch the raise the Yankees, the Red Sox and the Blue Jays that they can find a way to stay in this thing, because it's been tough for Toronto here the last couple weeks. John Maroc, my guest, John, I was going to go there next, as well as New York is playing right now. There's still four back in Tampa Bay. Do the Yankees have enough to run down the Rays? Or is that still Tampa Bay's division? I think the Yankees have enough to run them down. I really believe that. I think to me if I'm gonna look at it candidly. I know I mentioned the Red Sox as part of the three team race. I do think the champion is division is going to be either the Rays or the Yankees and the Yankees have plenty of time and plenty of firepower to chase them down. The raise. I think this is where I look at the way Tampa's built their club. What's What's different about Tampa this year to last year is their lineup is substantially better. Now. The pitching isn't quite as dominant. They've lost Snell. They've lost more than glass now is injured. A totally different rotation. But the the Tampa lineup is better. And so I think the Yankees certainly have enough to power to run them down, and they have a very good chance to do so. But it's going to be interesting to see if those two teams match up in a playoff series of Let's say the Yankees when the wild card and win that wild card game and match up against Tampa in the first round. How how that plays out That's going to be a really interesting series much differently when they matched up last year, so I think it's going to be a great race to the finish the Yankees to me, They have enough firepower to catch them, and I'm a little bit worried about the raise rotation. So I if I'm a Yankee fan right now, I'm feeling really good about where the Yankees chances are. To finally win this division and enforce the defending A L Champion raised into a wild card spot. I get it. John Maroc is joining us. All right, John. What about the San Diego Padres? Their game back of the Reds for the second wild card spot. I'm curious. What do you make of how San Diego season is gone? Well, Jim. It's a great point, obviously a timely one because they just dismissed their pitching coach yesterday, Larry Rothschild, replacing them with Ben Fritz and and they now have to really work on their pitching staff down the stretch. Jace Tingler said yesterday. The decision of fire Rothschild was totally his He had consulted with AJ brother a lot in the last 10 days or so before making that decision, but the Padres Jim, they just have not been consistent enough with their pitching. Blake Snell has been a disappointment and Darvish is dealt with injuries and you look at Clevenger's missed the entire season. Nelson Lament has not been able to deliver the innings they expected. So it's been an inconsistent pitching group for them this season. They needed to find a different voice for the final 30 plus games of the year. Is this a panic move? You could call it that because they have really underwhelmed relative expectations where the Giants have far surpassed those expectations..

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"two hour" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"two hour" Discussed on KOMO

"Within two hours. Its epicenter was about four miles out of the town of Walker. Which only has about 900 residents, is the largest quake to hit a system of false south of Lake Tahoe. Since 1994. There is some good news for one of nature's most adorable animals officials in China and said earlier this week, giant pandas are no longer considered endangered. That's because there are now more than 1800 of them in the wild. Since they aren't classified as endangered anymore. They're being designated as vulnerable. Come on news time. 8 14 traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the floors and from the Dubin log of traffic Center once again, Piers Kierra, Jordan. We've been working with the crash in Sumner on north, Um, 167 year 24th that's been blocking the left lane, leaving an absolutely solid commute from about highway 4 10. Into the area. We've also had a crash in, um in Tacoma. Actually, I believe this is going to be a stall, and it's been partially blocking the eastbound 16 off ramp to Jackson Avenue North five has been crowding slightly through Tacoma City Center. Good, smooth commute through federal way into ceatec. But Seattle will be very heavy from Michigan to Seneca were also sitting in bumper to bumper traffic. Traveling westbound on the Spokane Street viaduct between 95 99. You can expect scattered flowing on south on I five out of limb went through Mountlake Terrace, southbound four or five, tapping the brake pedal out of Canyon Park to state route 5 to 2, plus some crowding into downtown Bellevue. Meanwhile, north and four or five remains very heavy through renting with lighter slowing in Newcastle. Our next Cuomo traffic at 8 24. We have a nice weekend ahead. Como forecast team tall, talking about sunny skies this afternoon. A high of 80 and pretty much a carbon copy of this for the next several days. Saturday, Sunday.

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"two hour" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"two hour" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Year fixed mortgage. And you cram it down into a 15. Year time period. Your payment goes up 30% and I said, Now, Look, you've got a boat loaded debt. You're not paying your bills. Now. How are you going to be able to survive? And five years when you retire? Oh, don't worry about it, Steve. Well, I have to worry about it. Okay? This is my job. My career. God expects me to treat you right? And I said, so. Let's let's stop the train here for a minute and regroup. Let's talk about what you're really trying to accomplish their going. We want to pay off our house. All right, So let's think outside of the box say, Let's take and look at. Maybe we need to do a cash out refinance. Pay off all of your debts and first they're going. No, that's wrong. Its evils. You know, the other radio guy say you should never take equity out of your home. Well, that's true, but be patient with me. So we're gonna take equity out of your house. Pay off all your debts. Now we're going to take that money was like $2000 a month. Let's apply it towards your principal on your mortgage All Lo and behold, the numbers were they're going to pay it off in seven years instead of 15. And they have no doubt that's what we do for a living. That's thinking outside of the box. You know, they came to me saying, What's your rate? You know, I just want to refinance. And then we figured out what their goals were, and we truly help them manage their mortgage so they can retire. Better. Quicker. Faster now, as long as they pay that $200 extra a month that is the key that you know again, you have to help. You have to help us help you and we can only do so much. So that's where we give you the education the tools in order to do that, so just making sure that other prescription from ear to ear Because just before the show here today you were telling me about one of our clients. Okay, who really wanted and needed and wanted to refinance and what happened? Well, unfortunately, this person decided not to follow our guidance, and unfortunately, the rate actually expired. And this interest rate is a really, really good rate. And when I had asked her to do a certain thing, unfortunately, she said, No, I don't want to do that. I'm you know, I'm willing to walk away from this. I said, Well, I don't I don't want you to lose this rate. You're actually getting a really good rate, and in fact, this rate is going to give you $2400 on. This towards your closing costs. I said, I don't want to lose it and I said Okay, we'll go ahead and make the order ourselves and it made the rate expire. So again like Steve, it said, it's time. Right time is your best friend or your worst enemy And had she provided that documentation. We could have closed on time She would have been done by now. But it's not done yet. This was this is when you slap your forehead. You know, there's a reason why there's no hair on my forehead. You know, slap my head so many times because people want our help. But they're not willing to give us the paper We need Okay, or they're going to get around to it. Someday they don't have any sense of urgency only end. It's so frustrating for us because we can see the power of what we're doing for people. And they're just obstinate. Or they just they're not all with it. Now. Just this week a at a client lives out, Uh, Canyon City out in south southwestern wherever that Canyon City is about a two hour drive, and I'm helping this client and they just went dark. Just dark. Don't return their phone calls. Don't return her emails, You know, just nothing and These people were desperate, literally had worked with them for two years. Get their loan going, and now it's gone dark and I said, You know, I'm going to check them out. I need to be sure they're both still alive. Because this is just Abby. Normal, So I hop in my car. Dr. Already Canyon City, and it's actually west of Canyon City. And, you know Oh, Their home. They go, Steve. Good to see it. Why are you here? And I said, I think I'm still working on your mortgage and I go. Yeah. Isn't done yet. And I'm going well, you really need to help me. I need paper. Okay. Now, this is one of those weird deals where they didn't even have homeowners insurance. Okay, because her house is free and clear. But they're desperate for money. And you don't have to have insurance. If your house is free and clear, And so I said, Look, you've got to get me insurance. You've got to let the appraiser Come see your house. Oh, okay. And you're gone. I worked with you for two years. We talk through the process and they're just not willing to help And you know, guys, we can do magical things. We can do miracles. We pray over people's loans literally and God has interceded. But you've got to help us. And so if you're doing a mortgage with somebody and your bank says I need paper Man. You gotta get with it because it's really important if you've locked in your interest rate and rates are going up. I'm so sorry if you're running slow, so give us a call 877299. 5500 go to my mortgage guy steve dot com Okay, Now we're going to change gears. I want to talk about Katrina. You're smiling again. I want to talk about upgrades. People are always asking us. Well, you know, maybe I should borrow money. To make a new kitchen or increase their make the landscaping better. And then my House house will sell for more money. I don't know about that. Not in this market. What do you mean? But that's that's what all the landscaping advertising people tell us. Gay That's what all the people that really don't know. Money. Tell us you know that a fight put in grass my also be worth more talking about ourselves. Gimmick. Yeah. So no, not in this market. This market there is appraisal gaps There is over asking Price by 40 50 20 $30,000. Yes, Of course. It's curbside appeal, and it looks nice. But shoot. If you're going to want to remodel your home and your kitchen or your landscaping, why don't you stay a little while? Enjoy it. You paid for it. Enjoy it. But otherwise not in this market. Um, you know, we have a lot of.

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"two hour" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"two hour" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To the second hour of the show. And I'm pleased as punch to have Valdemar Archuletta from the Colorado Log Cabin Republican organization on again he is decked out for America Is that for Memorial Day weekend, the health of our Your Of course, you've got a surprise. Gotta celebrate everything. Memorial Day Pride Month. The whole thing got the rainbow Scot flag. He's You are certainly clashing right now there are there are gays gay men out there who are sure shivering. In front of stars and Stripes. Of course I'm kidding. Uh, let's write some probably well, we're entering June, which is a big celebration across the country. Where gays, lesbians, bisexual transgender people, plus celebrate And this is where we get stuck because Dave and I were having a conversation off the air. And I wanted you to kind of talk about the origin of the pride movement. And why do we celebrate? What are we celebrating What is being celebrated in June? Let's start with that first. Overall, the celebration really is about the movement and the protest that brought about gay rights in the United States. And it is something really to celebrate a zoo. I've mentioned last time I was on with you. I used to be on the Colorado Springs Pride board, and every year we would always have the discussion like how do you balance out? Celebrating the historical achievement and Um, the new, more cultural images that come with pride Because sometimes you we almost we feel like we're pride brings out all the stereo patch. Yes, and says, Do you do these pride parades? Actually. Make the gay community LGBT community look better or doesn't make us look worse. Does it validate people's stereotypes? Or is it actually promoting our assimilation into the population? And I honestly I I don't know if there's a really good Answer to that, because we and we talked about what it was A parade of people in suits and briefcases would want to go watch that. Yeah, Yeah, there's there's a point there that is, actually, but it would be kind of entertaining within a pride parade to have, like day accountants who were all wearing suits and ties with their briefcases. But it would be kind of funny because to your point and this is A conversation that I've had with people in my life personally, both straight and gay Hoo hoo. My more conservative gay friends and I have conservative gay friends. They cringe at some of the wild over the top sexual ization. That happens during pride, especially in your larger cities where you have people that are barely dressed if dressed it all. And but at the same time they want the message to get out. Like you just said you would look around you. They're gay people in your life. You just don't know They're gay. It's they're you know, they're just like us kind of thing. So how do you strike that balance? How did that How do you out of that conversation? It is. It is really difficult. And here. Here's one thing I will say about them Pride fists. Bring a lot of money to the pride organizations and Money is important money talks, and so if you're going to do something, you want to get a lot of people there. What's going to bring the people to the party? It's gonna be a lot of this craziness, and so unfortunately, the commercial aspect of pride has promoted That more. I don't know that allowed out as a Dave called them to show off game are out there. But and that's what brings the money to the organizations. Like I said, if it was a bunch of people in suits doctors, it wouldn't be that interesting. And people wouldn't show up, right, isn't it? It's not just getting the people out there. You want to attract the media. Because that's going to get everybody awareness raised exactly there. And there is more to private, just parades and that and unfortunately again, that is kind of what we see when we look at pride. There's a lot of people in the gay community and out the Hoyle's U B T community that aren't really a big fan of what pride it puts forth to the public every year. But there's also a reason why we also want to include that because when we talk about the history of pride why it's in June. What originally sparked this whole movement? A lot of the fighting was done by Drake, Queens by guys in leather by Lesbians are showcase. I mean, it was done by the show off game don't want for Yeah, the movement and that would not have happened, so we do kind of have a recognition off. What? Where this came from. But today we're fortunate that we live in a society where you don't have to be. You could be just like everybody else and be gay. And there was a time back in the day with that wasn't possible because General Society would not have accepted you. So in order for you to live your gay lifestyle, you had to do it kind of underground in these seedy clubs. And that's where these cultures started to grow. I didn't even think about it from that perspective. If you're if you're not allowed to be mainstream, then yeah, you would find you know you would. You would find like minded people in places that probably attracted the more outrageous Types of agent looking at the history of how it really started was if you go back to when Prohibition was done away with the 1933 in alcohol was once again allowed to the public. Ah, lot of government surprise surprise. We're kind of they have used their power, but and they still do it through the day they threat. The threat of taking someone's liquor license away is a big threat Establishment and so back. In like the fifties sixties, that type period, gay bar owner was very likely to lose his liquor license. And so because they had laws like you were looking at New York City, same sex, kissing and dancing was considered disorderly conduct with someone could be arrested for there were laws called masquerade laws that go back to 18 45. When it was illegal for someone to dress up like a native American to scare away tax collectors. Those logs was still on the books. They were using those laws in the 20th century against drag queens and trans women. And so the state was using these laws to discriminate against the LGBT community and kind of drove them into the arms of organized crime. Mafia families started opening gay bars and bringing these establishments in and surprise again. They were not doing out of the kindness of their hearts to help the gay community. They were taking advantage of them. These establishments were horrible. They were All like bottle clubs, air bottle bars. They did not have a liquor license. You paid at the door to get in. They gave you water down alcohol that was either bootlegged or stolen the hiding there was bad The water was bad. They mafia owned the cigarettes. They're the two boxes there. And if they saw someone came in who was come in, who was maybe a schoolteacher, a federal employee or a wealthy person they would blackmail them about outing them to the community and for the Mafia was really taking advantage. Of the LGBT community, and this is like the late sixties, and this was happening all over the place. But right now we are here. We're looking at Greenwich Village, New York, the Jenna. These crime family happened to own the stove, Stonewall Inn, as well as a lot of other gay establishments in grants Village and they kind of bought off the police there in the sixth Precinct of New York. For them, so they would just kind of look the other way as to what was happening in these establishments, and, um There were even like corrupt policemen. Who? What kind of let the mafia know it. All right. We're going to do a raid..

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"two hour" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"two hour" Discussed on WTVN

"Local on a two hour to life that list always on at 6 10 W. T V and thought Com A second impeachment of former President Trump One step closer to trial. Congressman Jamie Raskin Charge Trump with inciting the deadly riots at the capital earlier this month, Donald John Trump engaged in high crimes and misdemeanors by inciting violence against the government of the United States. The managers led by Raskin will be sworn in today. They deliver the article of impeachment to the Senate last night, Congressman Jim Jordan remains in the president's corner, saying there's no ground to impeach Trump cases. Cell Ridiculous. I mean, how did how did how do you incite a riot that was already planned? How do you know inside a breach of the capital That happened before the president even completed his speech? And how does how can you charge the president with inciting Violence at the Capitol when he told the people at the rally to peacefully unpatriotically make their voices heard. That's Jordan on Fox News. The trial's expected to get started the week of February. 8 just a little more than a year after Trump was acquitted in his first impeachment, Senator Rob Portman will not seek reelection in 2022, You know, a Republican put out a statement, saying it's gotten harder and harder to break through the partisan gridlock. Make progress on substantive policy and quote, Portman noted he's been in Congress for longer than he intended. He also served in the House. He's been the Senate since 2011. With many states reporting dwindling supplies of covert 19 vaccines. President Biden hopes to ramp up the roll out in the coming weeks, but officials say it could be some time before we see the effects of the administration's efforts. President Biden is no Amy to ramp up to 1.5 million doses per day. And he's hoping for widespread vaccinations by spring, but one of his top adviser says We may not see that until the fall, the buying administration invoked the Defense production act to expand vaccine production. But this morning, the largest maker syringes, says it doesn't have the capacity to increase supplies and say BC's Kenneth Boden president Biden says schools must be made safe and secure Before re opening, he told a briefing. Teachers want to be a work and not worry about catching covert 19 not so much about the idea. Teachers Aren't going to work. The teachers. I know they want to work. They just want to work in a safe environment. He's optimistic about opening schools during the ongoing Corona virus outbreak by noted it's part of a broader effort to get the economy moving again has more parents return to places of work. Anyone flying to the U. S. Will need to be tested for Corona virus. First, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced last month and passengers from the UK needed to show proof of a negative Corona virus test to enter the U. S. Rule now applies to all U. S bound to travelers both foreign and U. S citizens whether they've been vaccinated or not. The new restrictions require air passengers to get virus tested within three days of their flight to the U. S. And to provide written proof of that test result of the airline and well not mandatory. The CDC also recommends that passengers isolate for seven days once reaching their destination. Jeff Manasso Fox News, Serious of Random shootings and a chase ended in a fiery crash Monday afternoon on Columbus is Westside ABC Sixes. Lewin Story Asses. The suspect was wanted for a murder out of northwest Ohio, about 50 rounds of ammunition exploding as fire swallows up a pickup truck. According to deputies. The driver had shot randomly at people in at least three locations. Supervisors monitoring a pursuit that followed. Jordan sued, Um, is accused of the murder in Hancock County and died in the crash along Phillip. I wrote that he say Jordan stole the murder victim's truck leading to that shooting spree and chase I'm Scott Jennings. Next news update at six. The Brandon Boxers show starts next. Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the.

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"two hour" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"two hour" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Kicking on the second hour here on this New year's Day edition of the program in the studio with you to night you've got in Nobody and Chris so you could bring us whatever you want. I was just talking in the chat room on our Matrix server over a chat dot lrn dot FM, where there are a number of critics. Bunch of libertarian critics who really just don't like the idea of moving for more freedom. They think that New Hampshire has been a failure. The New Hampshire freedom Migration has been a failure because there are restrictions on cope it here. Well, screw him. Let's throw him out and get some new fans. I mean, It's all you care about. Is Cove in? Yeah, it's a failure. But if that's not all you care about you care about freedom. It's not a failure. We've got 30 representatives, you know, in the house we've We've increased that from the last election cycle from 24. It's only been going up. There's only been in their argument is that the representatives were not able to stop this. Of course we'll representatives won't be able to Sanderson representatives. We don't have enough yet to stop it. There aren't enough. And the game is rigged. Okay, So the thing is the point of having people playing the game is that it gives you voice okay, We are out of my opportunity to speak. That's what I'm working for. When I run for all that's the great thing about migration with me is that enables us to outmaneuver the Stand the status quo and out, shout them, right. I mean, imagine if 2000 of a showed up. It's a new news house. They're not going to be out there writing tickets. I don't think so. They're not prepared for scenario where people actually move because the average individual that they're used to having to deal with will not move for freedom. They sure won't do anything about freedom. But the people who moved to New Hampshire are active individuals. Because they've moved. They're willing to sacrifice their willing to get up and move. Will place where their vote will count. So it screams out the week and and that's absolutely thing the it does make it difficult because of course, you need some rank and file people who you know, I mean, have half of the people in the world are average or below. So you know, if you if you can't appeal to those people, um you're gonna lose on the numbers. Um And and so, you know, I think that's something that that we need to need to improve. There tends to be an elitist sound to the way people talk about. Anarchy that I think we need. I think we need to let it go. We need we need to change it A little. Go on. I think the thing you're talking about the left, basically criticizing. Well, I mean, the thing is like I grew up. Going to grateful dead shows, you know, And, you know, hippies they like build stuff themselves. They make stuff themselves. They're AG arrests. You know, most of them And then there's the like the socialist hippies. Were there different kettle of fish, but they're both there. You know, And the thing is, one group of people is actually very closely aligned with us. I think one of the things that the folks in the critics don't understand. Is that there's real power in migration in in gathering people of a like mind set together. There's not only the value of just having a community of people like last night we had, you know. 70 or so people that were hanging out together at Amazing New Year's Eve party and the police. They knew we were there because we were right on route 11 could they were, they knew we were there, and they were driving down that road all night, And there were disco balls that had bright lights being shined at them and spinning around. And so if you were driving by here, the party going on from the road to party all night and you could see his both through the window and they still wouldn't come. They were my balls. They were spaces. That's where those they were space discos balls. Okay, So it was Derek Derek Derek Chase balls groovy. I'm sure they're very pretty. Um, singularity is accusing me of lying about what the people in the chat were saying. Well, I don't feel like I was. But if you want to call in, I mean those those chatters always free to call in. But they love being in the peanut gallery where they just You know, I would love to hear, Hear somebody else got to call in and tell us what you think We should. We should send him some money. Kids Because look, monkeys love peanuts. You know, I have to say on your your perspective seems to be what I have heard them say repeatedly in that chat room, So I'm not sure what they said. You know what he's referencing. That was wrong, because maybe there was something that was a little bit different in this particular set of what they say this crap on this stuff all the time. So you know, call in and tell us what is you don't always like being weeded out. And sometimes they have to tell you why those grapes were sour anyway. Um, let's go to somebody else is here in New Hampshire? One of the earliest movers Dave Ridley is on the line with us from really told me that Ridley report, Comrade Dave, you're not. We're not competing with we're not competing with perfect here. No, no, It's not gonna be an easy road and we have have to be perfect. We just have to get to a point where you know we have some influence. And then maybe maybe we can.

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