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"val joins" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

04:34 min | 3 months ago

"val joins" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"You walk made it weird with the home. What's happening weirdos first and foremost sorry. This is dropping a little bit late. Had a weird had a late night. Not a weird night a good night last night. Couldn't record the intro blah blah blah. Here we are sorry for the delay. This is tara brach one of the most influential buddhist. Mindfulness teachers for both me and vow her books. Her lectures her talks. And meditations are guided. Meditations have both been huge game changers for us and this chap. I believe i say is just filled the room with the frequency of thick beautiful love. I really needed it the day we recorded it and i hope you get as much out of it as i did. Val joins as the co Co host Because she's such a fan. And i'm so glad she did so you'll hear how come in Maybe i don't know twenty thirty minutes into the into the chat if you love this show and you wanna show your support. It always means a lot if you guys try one of the peace picks. I'm so happy that ned and co is one of our newer pete's picks literally just took some of their new magnesium super bland which is called mellow mellow supports over three hundred functions in the body. I love what it to help me. Focus productivity and relaxation but specifically. It helps me calm down. I was feeling a little bit stressed. A little bit spread too thin and just added a packet of mellow into my t- Just before he did this intro. It's become part of my tool belt part of my arsenal another secret weapon. Not only their mellow their magoni. Magnesium excuse me magnesium. Super blend is a part of my new daily routine. And i'm not going back i love it. Ned is also a purveyor of great quality. Cbd they know their farmers. It's not a one hundred and fifty acres of gmo corn and also a little patch of cbd. They've found exclusive hard-core dedicated into it. Small-farm cbd growers in denver. That are all about the plant playing the music and worm beds and recycling missile. All this stuff that. I don't exactly understand. But they care and love these plans and that care and that love comes through in their product. Not only does it make The feeling meaning the the perception of the cbd is wonderful and clean but the taste is wonderful and clean they have third party lab reports For for their farmers they. They're careful observing the cold extraction process. Everything is transparent and above board and wonderful. They sent me a bunch of ned. Cbd it's very simple. It's just makes a little. Mcat oil tastes super clean. And as i said in the previous ad it's just a real secret weapon it puts a little bit of a smile behind my face. It helps me us into whatever i'm trying to do. If that's read or work or get something done or do a podcast. But if i just feel that edge there's just something a little bit off. Cb and ned enco cd has been such a secret weapon for me. It's mood elevating stress reducing. This is just me anecdotally. i've always called. Cd my happy juice. It doesn't get you stoned or high. That's a common misconception received. It doesn't take you out of the game you can still focus and work. It just helps you as i said. Surrender and merged with whatever you're doing including if you're trying to relax when i take it with mellow as i said magnesium supports over three hundred function in the body functions in the body. It is a wonderful power duo I took mellow for the first time and a little bit of the nets and then co cd before bed and fell asleep and under five minutes just for the first time in a long time just that would be enough but daytime use adding it to my morning routine again to sort of softens the edge of my day and what i have to get done so it is really powerful. Really wonderful and it's a great way to show your support of the show and to support your body so go to hello ned dot com slash weird or enter weird at checkout for fifteen percent off your first one time.

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"val joins" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"val joins" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Tony Jordan with Alan 10 in the morning on forthree My mom in the morning Hollywood headlines. We all know that Zoom cannot compare to being in the same room with each other. But singer Julia Michaels says she refuses. To write a song or write an album over Zoom, She says her upcoming album husband slowed down by the by the pandemic because, she says, there's literally nothing worse than writing a song on zoom, she says. It's the most sterile thing you will ever have to try, and she said she's just used to being in the room with somebody and writing and recording music together and She says. When she's been working on her album, they will socially distance. They will wear masks, but at least they can be in the same room together. And Britney Spears has really had enough of her dad. She tried to make him co conservator. That's in a work. Now she wants him completely out of her business affairs. According to team Z. She made that decision after her manager unexpectedly quit. At the end of October, and then her dad hired a new one without telling her. So now Britney Spears has filed court papers demanding that the best summer service trust become her soul Conservative and that her dad be removed entirely from the conservatorship, which he's been under since 2007. I'm Julie Hollywood headlines. That's such a sad situation. Thank you, Jill. Good morning, friends. Kevin, Man. Oh, here back. I've been gone this week is my first day back, So it's good to see you, Joe. Good to see you, Bryan. I know 1000 joining us. Momentarily. Thank you so much. I know we have over two grand today. I think 2300 bucks with what's that noise at 7 25. And today is $1000 Thursday. So that jackpot we're going to close to 10 grand at the end of today, if nobody gets it, That's that's insane. Thiss game. This money get so big so fast. Like I said, Val, joining us momentarily..

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"val joins" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:22 min | 11 months ago

"val joins" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"For Dr Health Radio radios, Original Health News magazine, bringing you the latest information on medicine, nutrition, fitness and wellness. Now in its 30th year, your host of Dr Health Radio was health expert David Snow, who is not a doctor. And while most of David's gets our doctors or authorities in their areas of expertise, they do not. Diagnosis or prescribed on the air. If you have a condition or illness that requires medical attention, see a health professional. The information contained in this program is for educational and entertainment purposes only. And now your host of Dr Health Radio, the snowman himself, David Snow. Here's a survey of what women want when they're sick. At the top of the list with 49%. They want a hug attention men. Make note of that. 46% wants someone to make them food and drinks, followed by third place 34% someone to do household chores. Are you taking notes? Men? 29% of women want someone to buy them a remedies, and only 11% of women want control of the TV remote, and we're here for the purpose of sharing information with you. So you won't get sick in the first place. Of course, it's okay to want a hug. Wars make someone food and drinks even if you're not sick, That's all right, too. Good morning and welcome once again to the healthiest two hours on radio. It's the snowman with you, David Snow, keeping your cool and healthy as we do each and every week at this time here on the program, and we thank you so much for joining us and shooting in making us a part of your weekend. Well, one remedy that is also a food. So food and medicine is garlic. Now you already made May no garlic is the king of medicinal herbs On DH. Some chefs Isa it's the king of culinary herbs. But in this hour of Dr Health radio details about using aged garlic extract for immune and cardiovascular health first it has a multitude of other Benefits. But these are the main, too, that we're going to be focusing in on faras. The benefits of H garlic extract pharmacists General Val joins us Just a few minutes. He's the author of several books, including Your Blood Never Lies and the Metabolic Code, and He's an internationally recognized clinical pharmacist and board certified nutritionist will be joining us momentarily..

"val joins" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"val joins" Discussed on ESPN FC

"No no, it isn't one up because he you don't just go from sitting I'm playing golf to all of us on him being world class once again, and this is what Gareth Bale has been over the last couple of seasons where. We haven't seen him on the field. He's been injure Oh shocking. Why why hasn't he play along with Spurs because he was injured and so there has to be a point which Gar bail to show that full fitness garth they'll looks like he was five years ago five years have gone by. So the body doesn't react the same and so do expect Gareth. Bale to be what he was. I think it's unrealistic. Now for moments, he may be that before long stretches of time I don't think so. Don Real quick. Look Gareth Bale Spurs it seems to have a cocktail for disaster especially when you throw in Josie Marina there but how much does spurs actually need him you know before the break they dropped six on united they dropped seven. League, this was a team in an attack specifically that was working very well. Because he's a world-class player, all can be a world class laboratory she'll get back to that level. The joes is is terrible. One second of all. It seemed upbeat. Monday nights comfortably Mela I think is one of jobs as favorites in monopoly, a favor of fans around the world or. Whatever cold opponent does a job for it? Songs in terrific form in hurricanes plane is a different our economies. It doesn't seem to selfish anymore it might still be obsessed with the number goals. He's getting whether you're madness hurricanes since assault season is phenomenal. Josiah marches tweeted slot that'd be stoned to be start scar file. It might be just the game too early for me market learn a little bit from sitting on the bench. With incumbent and coming in that left BOC. From Much Diwan whenever absolutely whole Tottenham Apart Tottenham couldn't get older the ball I've never seen it before likened we're just dominate and the bold for about an hour you know it was all doom and gloom and all of a sudden val joins record on bought comes. The results come and then feel good all talk and finds a now I'm not even thinking talk for they think they can actually genuinely you know content for the league that's how much to fail son means to them. Right to one more matter of business here Shock Chelsea and Southampton on Saturday Edward. Many. Out Injured things get awkward. Are GonNa do we really going to go back to Kappa Listen I I'm not. Sure give. Franken. How he thinks about KEPCO I I'm not sure that that's that's the right answer. Really Cavallero as as I've said time and time again is approve number two and I say that because as there's a mentality that comes with coming in every now and then and playing us really aero has done I see no reason why doesn't stick with Kobe coming for the game coming from I gave to depend on how long Mandy is out and then go back to tears preferred number one he's lost faith in Kepler and I think right who show Chelsea then inaction on Saturdays and other big game Saturday as well. City Arsenal Newcastle Manchester United. Last week mark the Sixth Annual Kpmg Women's Championship at Irani Golf Club in Newtown. Square Pennsylvania. Just outside Philadelphia as the first ever partnership between the LPGA tour. The PGA of America and KPMG IN KPMG WINS PGA championship brought together the Best Lpga players from around the world to compete for one of the most coveted major championships in Gaul competing on championship. Caliber. Courses Kpmg Women's Pga Championship is elevated the women's game to new.

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"val joins" Discussed on Sound in Marketing

Sound in Marketing

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"val joins" Discussed on Sound in Marketing

"Once you know what the brand stands for. Then you can build sonic territory on the front. Most of the time it's thirty to forty five seconds Scott position that will support all the brands key values, and that is meant to be adapted according to the different touch point of the brand from TD radio digital content you UI. Vocal. Any on whole music customer service line podcast. Pretty. Much everything you can imagine. On sounds is bowl. You can relate to that end adept organic to. Come to the sound marketing podcast. Valentine's slur is the head of strategy and the Managing Director in Canada for system son before that, he worked as group account director for US Paris developing numerous brand platforms across all industries and sectors. Val joined the Son Team in two thousand sixteen to.

"val joins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"val joins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Toll. That the pandemic has inflicted. Question is now Can we dig out of this? And will we get a U s fiscal package that will promote growth. We'll have more with Kirk West from principal global investors coming up. Wide. When will you be able to go to a meeting where nobody smells like hand sanitizer? Who knows? But we can give you the latest business and financial news fragrance free. Plus, she's out some of what you just said, are the tools in the toolbox for the Fed. Does that points to the need for continued monetary support? Bloomberg Radio. The Bloomberg business happened. Bloomberg radio dot com. You do realize the mark that this is having on a younger generation Bloomberg, the world is listening. This's number. Daybreak Asia It's 1/4 past the hour now. Time protective sports from around the world. Here's Dan Schwartzman. Thanks Brian France football reports that Cristian or now there was thinking of leaving your dentist before that grown a virus pandemic hit. Getting tired of life in Turin, Italy, says that 35 year old wanted to join a March Bob having seen a man To say the first thought about leaving you Bay sometime in October after Championship win over Locomotive Moscow dependent Can't wrap in the Dallas decided against playing this year's U. S. Open due to the Corona virus pandemic number two ranked Val joined Sports Frank Rogers Better and women's number one ranked Ash Party. Big names have decided against taking part in September's event. Betters Absence, though, is due to having surgery back in June. Meanwhile, the Madrid Open scheduled for September, right after the U. S Open has been canceled this status experiencing despite the virus Washington Nationals as Juan Soto has been reinstated after missing the 1st 7 games due to a positive test 21 year old last season, hit 34 home runs and drove 110 runs has been working out on Saturday. Meanwhile, a Stephen Strasburg scared to throw a simulated game tomorrow after being sidelined with a nervous who in his right hand, nine time All Star catcher Yadier Molina, the cardinal says is one of seven ST Louis player seriously test positive for grown a virus in all 13 members of the Organization of Positive With only having played so far this season. The outbreak On the enforcement. Metric Bloomberg World Sports Update Markets Headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com. Bloomberg Business APP on Bloomberg QUICK Take This is a Bloomberg Business Flash 17 minutes past the hour. We.

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"val joins" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"val joins" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Thank you. This class personifies the spirit of confidence and courage and unwavering commitment that has always defined the long blue line. Strew. It goes all the way back to the very beginning to the first cadet in the air force history on in processing day greeted at the base of a ramp, by the statue of the legendary vow bark, Val grew up in a blue collar family in Massachusetts during his senior year in high school. He was recruited to play for the Pittsburgh Pirates baseball player. But it said Val made the same choice as all of you the Joyce of life of service. That's what he wanted Val joined the US air force academy. He showed up at four thirty AM when the categories opening day in nineteen fifty five so he would be the first air force cadet in history to take the oath of allegiance. He was thinking fast. The academy prove an arduous challenge. However, for Val was that he's as valves, roommate said he was hanging on by a threat academically. No one was tested more than Valla was. But he was at the very top his character. And in honor. That's what his roommate said, after Val finally made it to where you're sitting today he volunteered to go to Vietnam, and he proved to be one of the best pilots America had he was amazing. He was incredible after nearly a year of intense action. He was scheduled to return home. He was very excited, but he asked to lead one more mission on that day vows plane was struck by enemy fire and he made the ultimate sacrifice for his country. He now rests on these precious grounds and his fighting spirit lives in each and every one of you great fighting spirit. The heroes.

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"val joins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"val joins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The process so much what happened afterwards in January. The commission said that the the steps that plan to take into address these updated risks would not be mandatory they remain voluntary. And critics including former commissioners say that's not good enough. And there is this element here of kind of self policing that I think is you read this story, you think will what's their incentive necessarily to an and you alluded to the high cost associated with retrofitting or more even more severe measures. These guys aren't deeply incentivize to to maybe give the worst case scenario. Yeah. Look incentives are tough. And I think in to be fair to the industry, bathe guide a pretty strong sent it to avoid Fukushima type because as you saw in Japan and also in Germany, they can lead to the entire industry being shut down in a country public opinion sways against it. But I think there's an insistence in this country in reliance on regulation, especially for sort of potentially dangerous industries. So I think what's important here is an example of the way in which climate change makes regulation more difficult. Right. You've got an existing system where you try and balance risks and costs and then climate change sort of throws it off wack, right? Because you've got these additional risks that are getting worse. But no one knows exactly how fast they're getting worse. Right. And then also this two separate question of well, what do you want to do you can't reduce the risk of something bad happening to zero? How much are you willing to spend for that Marshall increase in safety, and that's tough. Because a there's no good answer and be the cost off. Gets passed on to the public. Right. Anything that nuclear Pam plants spend on these safety grades in some way, or another will reach the public either through their shareholders or ratepayers. So it's one of those things where you the country seemed to be struggling through it because there's no model for this has no good answer. But people are at least saying, let's think about whether what we've done before is enough and the consensus seems to be something that's more aggressive. But no one can agree. How aggressive well. Let's fascinating I want to get into the political element. Because you talk about, you know, once this review was done the analysis came out and Bloomberg got a lot of information about, you know, the exposure in terms of flood risk the owners of the nuclear power plants. And this is your your reporting said that rather than re design their plans to address the increase flood risks. Then it would be enough to store emergency diesel generators pumps and other in onsite concrete bankers, the commission agreed with the industry's findings right may said emergency equipment was adequate. And then this. January the commission rule that equipment would be voluntary. What their political pressure what happened here because that's an easy fix an easy insurance policy may be cost a little bit more. But it could be done and everybody would be safe or safer. And then all of a sudden, it sounds like everything changed. Yeah. So the current the current majority on the commission, it's a five member commission three of whom appointed by Republicans, and the current majority said that the current system is safe enough as I don't have evidence that it's necessary to impose this requirements this new requirement on plant owners, the two minority members democratic disagreed, and there's this question of how much of that is just a function of the facts, and how much is this sort of new deregulatory philosophy. We've seen on the Trump administration whether it's nuclear industry, and again, it's hard to separate the facts here from sort of the baggage the philosophy someone brings to the people who were saying this is off tend to be environmentalists. They I've talked at length they know their. Stuff, but they're frame of reference is a priority of safety the frame of reference for industry and arguments shared by the current commissioners. Let's keep this business working, and this is a really tough time for nuclear right there. Under a lot of pressure from the natural gas injury from falling natural gas prices and under pressure from environmentalists new ministry has never really won favor with environmentalists despite their claiming this is true that they provide more carbon free energy than any other source that hasn't really gotten them any points with environmentalists sort of under siege on all sides, and you can pick up on that by talking to the companies that are big in this industry. They feel like they're always being attacked despite providing power. So I think I think the main the main takeaway here is there's no good answer. But but we we haven't found a balance at the people are happy with. So that's Chris Flynn Val. Joining us from Toronto really well told story he follows climate change and the impact it's having on countries on cities on the. The world and on industries the story in the politics section. I thought it was just such a smart one it is because it's a government series and economic story and also one about very specific companies and consumers, you're listening to Bloomberg BusinessWeek coming up, the next global big thing and social media is fun irreverent..

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"val joins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"val joins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The process, which is what happened afterwards in January. The commission said that the the steps that plans to take into address these updated risks would not be mandatory they remained voluntary. And critics including former commissioners say that's not good enough. And there is this element here of kind of self policing that I think is you read this story think will what's their incentive necessarily to and you alluded to the high cost associated with retrofitting or more even more severe measures. These guys aren't deeply incentivize to to maybe give the worst case scenario. Yeah. Tough. And I think in. To be fair to the industry guide, a pretty strong center to avoid Fukushima tight because as you saw in Japan and also in Germany, they can lead to the entire industry being shut down in a country opinion sways against it. But I think there's a an insistence in this country and reliance on regulation, especially for sort of potentially dangerous industries. So I think what's important here is an example of the way in which climate change makes regulation more difficult. Right. You've got an existing system. We try and bounce risks and costs and climate change sort of throws it off wack, right? Because you've got these additional risks that are getting worse. But no one knows exactly how fast getting worse. Right. And then also this separate question of well, what do you want to do? You can't reduce the risk of something bad happening two zero. How much are you willing to spend for that Marshall increase in safety, and that's tough. Because a there's no good answer. And be the cost gets passed on to the public. Right. Anything that nuclear Pam plants. Spend on these. Safety grades in some way, or another will reach the public either through their shareholders or ratepayers. So it's one of those things where you the country to be struggling through it because there's no model for this is no good answer. But people are at least saying, let's think about whether what we've done before is enough and the consensus seems to be something more aggressive. But no one can agree. How well let's fascinating I wanna get into the political element. Because you talk about once this review was done the analysis came out, and Bloomberg are a lot of information about, you know, the exposure in terms of flood risk the owners of the nuclear power plants. And this is your your reporting said that rather than re design their plants to address increase flood risks that it would be enough to store emergency diesel generators pumps and other in onsite concrete bankers, the commission agreed with the industry's findings, right? They said emergency equipment was adequate. And then this January the commission rule that would be voluntary. What? Is there a political pressure? What happened here because that's like an easy fix an easy insurance policy may be caused a little bit more. But it could be done and everybody would be safe or safer. And then all of a sudden, it sounds like everything changed. Yeah. So the current the current majority on the Commission's a five member commission three of whom appointed by by Republicans in the current majori said that the current system is safe enough don't have evidence that it's necessary to impose this requirements this new requirement on plant owners, the two minority members democratic disagreed, and there's this question of how much of that is just a function of the facts, and how much is this of new deregulatory philosophy? We've seen on the Trump administration, whether it's nuclear disarray. And again, it's hard to separate the facts here from sort of the the baggage the philosophy someone brings to the people who were saying this isn't enough tend to be environmentalists. They I've talked at length they know their stuff, but they're frame of reference is a priority of. Safety the frame of reference for industry and argue it's shared by the current commissioners. Let's keep this business working, and this is a really tough time for nuclear right there. Under a lot of pressure natural gas injury from falling gas prices and under pressure from environmentalists new ministry has never really won favor with environmentalists despite their claim. And this is true that they provide more carbon free energy than any of the source that hasn't really gotten him any points with Melissa. So there's sort of under siege on all sides, and you can pick up on that by talking to the companies that are big in this industry. They feel like they're always being attacked despite providing power. So I think I think the main the main takeaway here is there's no good answer. But we we haven't found a balanced people are happy with. So that's Chris fl Val. Joining us from Toronto really well told story he follows climate change and the impact it's having on countries on cities on the world on industry's history. And the politics section. I thought it was just such a smart one. It is because it's the government economic story. And also one about very specific companies and consumers, you're listening to Bloomberg business coming up, the next global big thing and social media is fun.

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"val joins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"val joins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hasn't happened. But we find the frequency of them. Happening more and more. This is a case of nuclear facilities. Just being a little bit more careful, and this is kind of what the commission is asking them to do. It's really important to note that the whole point of this exercise this post Fukushima sort of analysis in the US is to look at what's the most extreme events flooding or otherwise that we that is possible enough that is worth accounting for and the industry makes his point. Well, they say, you know, in any high tech industry is always a question. How safe is safe enough? There's no perfect answer for that. But at least they're trying to get the data by finding out. Well, give us your best guess about what level of rain lead flooding or storm surge flooding or ice melt flood or Daniel your flood, really thorough process. But the criticism isn't around the process so much what happened afterwards in January. The commission said that the the steps that plans to take in to address these updated risks would not be mandatory they remain voluntary. And. Critics including former commissioners say that's not good enough. And there is this element here of kind of self policing that I think is you read this story, you think will what's their incentive necessarily to and you alluded to the high cost associated with retrofitting or more even more severe measures. These guys aren't deeply incentivize to to maybe give the worst case scenario. Yeah. Look at Senator tough. And I think to be fair to the industry bay guide a pretty strong center to avoid Fukushima type because as you saw in Japan and also in Germany, they can lead to the entire industry being shut down in a country public opinion sways against it. But I think there's an insistence in this country in reliance on regulation, especially for sort of potentially dangerous industries. So I think what's important here is an example of the. Way in which climate change makes regulation more difficult. Right. You've got an existing system. We try and bounce risks and costs and then climate change sort of throws it off wack, right? Because you've got these additional risks that are getting worse. But no one knows exactly how fast any worse. Right. And then also this two separate question of well, what do you want to do? You can't reduce the risk of something bad having two zero. How much are you willing to spend for that Marshall increase in safety, and that's tough. Because a there's no good answer and be the cost alternate gets passed on to the public. Right. Anything that nuclear Pam plants. Spend on these eighth grades in some way, or another will reach the public either through their shareholders or ratepayers. So it's one of those things where you the country seems to be struggling through it because there's no model for this as no good answer. But people are at least saying, let's think about whether what we've done before is enough and a consensus seems to be we gotta try something more aggressive, but no one can agree. How aggressive well. Let's fascinating I want to get into the political element because you. You talk about, you know, once this review was done the analysis came out, and and Bloomberg are a lot of information about, you know, the exposure in terms of flood risk the owners of the nuclear power plants. And this is your your reporting said that rather than re design their plans to address increase flood risks that it would be enough to store -mergency diesel generators pumps and other in onsite concrete bankers, the commission agreed with the industry's findings, right? And they said emergency equipment was adequate. And then this January the commission ruled that equipment would be voluntary. What is their political pressure? What happened here because that's an easy fix an easy insurance policy may be cost a little bit more. But it could be done and everybody would be safe or safer. And then all of a sudden, it sounds like everything changed. Yeah. So the current the current majority on the commission, it's a five member commission three of whom appointed by by Republicans in the current majority said that the current system is safe enough. I don't have evidence that it's necessary to impose. This requirements this new requirement on plant owners, the two minority members democratic as disagreed, and there's this question of how much of that is just a function of the fat, and how much is this sort of new deregulatory philosophy. We've seen on the Trump administration whether it's nuclear industry, and again, it's hard to separate the facts here from sort of the baggage the philosophy someone brings to the people who were saying this isn't enough tend to be environmentalists. They I've talked at length they know their stuff, but they're frame of reference is a priority of safety the frame of reference for industry and arguably it's shared by the current commissioners. Let's keep this business working, and this is a really tough time for nuclear right there. Under a lot of pressure from the natural gas injury from falling natural gas prices and under pressure from environmentalists new industry has never really won favor with environmentalists despite they're claiming this is true that they provide more carbon free energy than any other source that hasn't really gotten them any. Points with environmentalists. So there's sort of under siege on all sides, and you can pick up on that by talking to the companies that are big in this industry. They feel like they're always being attacked despite providing power. So I think I think the main the main takeaway here is there's no financer, but we haven't found a balanced people are happy with. So that's Chris FLA Val. Joining us from Toronto really well told story he follows climate change and the impact it's having on countries on cities on the world. And on industries the story in the politics section. I thought it was just such a smart one. It is because it's a government series economic story. And also one about very specific companies and.

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"val joins" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"val joins" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Isn't around the process so much what happened afterwards in January. The commission said that the steps that plans to take into address these updated risks would not be mandatory they remain voluntary. And critics including former commissioners say that's not good enough. And there is this element here of kind of self policing that I think is you read this story, you think will what's their incentive necessarily to an you alluded to the high cost associated with retrofitting or more even more severe measures. These guys aren't deeply incentivize to to maybe give the worst case scenario. Yeah. Tough. And I think to be fair to the industry based guide a pretty strong center to avoid Fukushima type because as Japan and also in Germany, they can lead to the entire industry being shut down in a country public opinion sways against it. But I think there's an insistence in this country the reliance on regulation, especially for sort of potentially dangerous industries. So I think what's important here is an example of the way in which climate change makes regulation more difficult. Right. You've got existing system. We try and bounce risks and costs and climate change sort of throws it off wack, right? Because you've got these additional risks that are getting worse. But no one knows exactly how fast getting worse. Right. And then also this separate question of what do you want to do you can't reduce the risk of something bad happening to zero how much are you willing to spend for that Marshall increase in safety, and that's tough. Because a there's no good answer. And be the cost all gets passed on to the public. Right anything that nuclear pant plants spend on these eighth grades in some way, or another will reach the public either through their shareholders or ratepayers. So it's one of those things where you the countries to be struggling through it because there's no model for this is no good answer. But people are at least saying, let's think about whether what we've done before is enough and the consensus seems to be we gotta try something more aggressive. But no one can agree. How well let's fascinating I want to get into the political element. Because you talk about once this review was done the analysis came out, and and Bloomberg a lot of information about, you know, the exposure in terms of flood risk the owners of the nuclear power plants. And this is your your reporting said that rather than re design their plants to address increase flood risks than it would be enough to store emergency diesel generators pumps and other in onsite concrete bankers, the commission agreed with the industry's findings, right? They said emergency equipment was adequate. And then this January the commission rule that. Would be voluntary what their political pressure? What happened? Here seem like an easy fix an easy insurance policy may cost a little bit more. But it could be done and everybody would be safe or safer. And then all of a sudden, it sounds like everything changed. Yeah. So the current the current majority on the Commission's five-member commission three of whom appointed by by Republicans, and the current majority said that the current system is safe enough evidence that it's necessary to impose this requirements this new requirement on plant owners, the two minority members democratic disagreed, and there's this question of how much of that is just a function of the fat and how much is this new deregulatory philosophy? We've seen on the Trump administration whether it's nuclear industry, and again, it's hard to separate the facts here from sort of the baggage the philosophy someone brings to the people who were saying this is tend to be environmentalists. They I've talked like they know their stuff, but they're frame. Of reference is a priority of safety the frame of reference for industry and targets shared by the current commissioners. Let's keep this business working, and this is a really tough time for nuclear right there. Under a lot of pressure on the natural gas injury from falling gas prices and under pressure from environmentalists new ministry has never really won favor with environmentalists despite their claim. And this is true that they provide more carbon free energy than any other source that hasn't really gotten any points with malice. So there's sort of under siege on all sides, and you can pick up on that by talking to the companies that are big in this industry. They feel like they're always being attacked despite providing power. So I think I think the main the main takeaway here is there's no good answer. But we we haven't found a balanced people are happy with. So that's Chris fl Val. Joining us from Toronto really well told story he follows climate change and the impact it's having on countries on cities on the world on industries the story. The politics section. I thought it was just such a smart one. It is because it's a government straits economic story. And also one about very specific companies and consumers, you're listening to Bloomberg BusinessWeek coming up, the next global big thing and.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"val joins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The process so much what happened afterwards in January. The commission said that the the steps that plan to take into address these updated risks would not be mandatory. Remain voluntary. And critics including former commissioners say that's not good enough. And there is this element here of kind of self policing that I think is you read this story, you think will what's their incentive necessarily to an alluded to the high cost associated with retrofitting or more even more severe measures. These guys aren't deeply incentivize to to maybe give the worst case scenario. Yeah. It's tough. I think to be fair to the industry guide a pretty strong center to avoid Fukushima tight because as you saw in Japan and also in Germany, they can lead to the entire industry being shut down in a country opinions sways against it. But I think there's an insistence in this country reliance on regulation, especially for sort of potentially dangerous industries. So I think what's important here is an example of the way in which climate change makes regulation difficult, right? You've got existing system we try and balance risks and costs and climate change sort of throws it off wack, right? Because you've got these additional risks that are getting worse. But no one knows exactly how fast getting worse. Right. And then also this separate question of well, what do you want to do? You can't reduce the risk of something bad happening to zero. How much are you willing to spend for that Marshall increase in safety, and that's tough. Because a there's no good answer and be the cost all. Gets passed on to the public. Right. Anything that nuclear Pam plans? Spend on these safety grades in some way, or another will reach the public either through their shareholders or ratepayers. So it's one of those things where you the to be struggling through it because there's no model for this is no good answer. But people are at least saying let's think about whether what we've done before is enough and the consensus seems to be try something more aggressive. But no one can agree. How well let's fascinating I want to get into the political element. Because you talk about, you know, once this review was done the analysis came out, and and Bloomberg on a lot of information about, you know, the exposure in terms of flood risk the owners of the nuclear power plants. And this is your your reporting said that rather than re design their plans to address the increase flood risks that it would be enough to store. Emergency diesel generators pumps, other in on-site concrete bankers commissioned agreed with the industry's findings right may said emergency equipment was adequate. And then this. January the commission rule that equipment would be voluntary. What is their political pressure? What happened here because that's like an easy fix an easy insurance policy may cost a little bit more. But it could be done and everybody would be safe or safer. And then all of a sudden, it sounds like everything changed. Yeah. So the current the current majority on the Commission's five-member commission three of whom appointed by by Republicans, and the current majority said that the current system is safe enough don't have evidence that it's necessary to impose this requirements this new requirement on plant owners, the two minority members democratic disagreed, and there's this question of how much of that is just a function of the facts, and how much it is sort of new deregulatory philosophy. We've seen on the Trump administration. Whether it's nuclear some of this. And again, it's hard to separate the facts here from sort of the the baggage the philosophy someone brings to the people who were saying this is enough tend to be environmentalists. I've talked at length they know their. Stuff, but they're frame of reference is a priority of safety the frame of reference for industry and argue it's shared by the current commissioners. Let's keep this business working. This is a really tough time for nuclear right there. Under a lot of pressure from the natural gas industry from falling natural gas prices and the under pressure from environmentalists new ministry has never really won favor with environmentalists despite their claiming this is true that they provide more carbon free energy than any source that hasn't really gotten them any points with Melissa. So there's sort of under siege on all sides, and you can pick up on that by talking to the companies that are big in this industry. They feel like they're always being attacked despite providing power. So I think I think the main the main takeaway here is there's no good answer. But we we haven't found a balanced people are happy with. So that's Christofle Val. Joining us from Toronto really well told story he follows climate change and the impact it's having on countries on cities on the. The world on industries the story the politics section. I thought it was just such a smart one. It is because it's a government series economic story. And also one about very specific companies and consumers, you're listening to Bloomberg BusinessWeek coming up, the next global big thing and social media is.

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Head In The Game

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"val joins" Discussed on Head In The Game

"Hey, guys. This is Rachel in today. She. Oh, buddy, buddy. How you doing? I'm excellent. Thank you for being here. Hey, listen. I know, you know, how we you. And I basically telepathic with each other on three we're gonna guess same instrument. You ready one two three trumpet? I didn't say, okay. Well, Kate, call favorite call one two three. No tala one three. Sports team won t three United. They don't get it. They're number one and three one three two. Skit on with the show ESPN in the game. Yes. Vis is head in the game. Chris goes to one of the weeks major sporting events. I'm Jamie Lyon this week we enter the wonderful world of wrestlemainia which takes place this weekend in New Jersey. Now, I'm delighted to say it's welcome back to my co host Rachel stringer. Is Rachel when you start saying that going over time. I didn't think I'd go to India high. I can't that hurt. My. I'm excited you're back. I know what you lonely last week. I sat here without you. And I felt. All. I did. I felt lonely. All right. I you didn't give me any warning. I arrived here. I bought you some flowers are they didn't buy thoughts by next time. Buy some flowers. Also you left to scarf last week. Okay. It's back at mine. We'll I knew it was he was because I smelled it and it smelling it smelled a diesel. So it's not of you. Okay. Club. So right. Listen, do you like wrestlemainia, I love wrestlemainia margin that you back in the day. We're a bit of a wrestler. You know, I was kind of go with my brother who got all the cushions of the server. They. Crazy what they say. In in wrestling. They say slam dunk does is wrestling NBA. Explain that me. Okay. Listen, you an expert in a wide variety sports on you. And the producers tell me you've also covered wrestling as well. Is there anything that? You can't do probably getting arresting ring. Their ring about outside could get I could. But I think I would talk to a first guys let's have a quick for a guy to all things. Wrestlemainia in three to one voice. Are you ready? Wrestlemainia and sixty seconds rather lot here. Oh, well here goes, it's the thirty fifth year of wrestlemainia, which I took place at New York's Madison Square Garden in nine hundred eighty five. The main event was a tag team match between WWF world heavyweight champion hulk HOGAN, and Mr. T wrestlemainia three nine hundred eighty seven set a record for the largest attendance at an indoor sports event over ninety three thousand the matches a scripted. It's entertainment. Remember, NOP your sport? That's why it's run by world wrestling, entertainment, although until two thousand and two they were the world wrestling federation which had to change to WWE when the World Wildlife Fund late claimed the initials WWF got that good fighters from all wrestling brands can take part in wrestlemainia Twenty-one the money in the Bank that match was introduced contestants forty to climb a step ladder and grab a briefcase suspended over the ring containing a contract for a crack cracker the world title in two thousand seventeen Forbes magazine wrestlemainia one of the most valuable sports or the brand value of one hundred. And ninety five million dollars. Please stop o'clock. Whereas, my elder flower, juice. So I'm pretty excited to announce of I guess she's joined us in the studio. She's the first female commentator of wrestling. She's a household name in American wrestling. She's been ringing ounce that my model and occasional wrestler. She now lives in the UK and delighted to say that. So Cal Val joins us in the studio. Hey, girl. Hey, hi, Rachel longtime. No, see, I'm good Chamie. Can I just say now and get it out of the way that I'm a reality fan? I mean I had to. Well, listen, the only fannies in here. I'm fan of yours to oh, my God that going back and forth. Glad run radio. It's no one can see me blushing. She is as well. I'm just gonna put out she's going to little shade of pink. But you now living in the UK where Where'd you live? Just tell us why you're here. I'm beautiful Milton Keynes England, which the first time I told anyone that I lived there. They said my condolences not so nice. I love Milton Keynes. It's a hop skip. And a jump away from central London. I got married two years ago to a very saucy cravat wearing British man. So that brought me over I moved for love. Oh, I love that Ruth. I just kill the best person and Primorac helped a lot in the decision. Okay. Good time. You know, you being involved with wrestling since he was sixteen years old years ago. So you must have so many stories to tell us throughout your entire career. What is the most crazy story? You've got it's crazy. You know, I'm going to be thirty three in two days. Thank you. I'm moisturised. That's secret. Yeah. It's crazy. I've been in it for so long, and I've been so blessed with so many opportunities. Hashtag bless don't. We hate that. But yeah, I mean I worked with macho man Randy savage when I was about seventeen I was nine impact wrestling for nine years. I pretty much was a wrestling fan to start with. And I thought this is what I wanna do. I kinda was into acting. And I thought that wrestling was sort of all of the pomp and circumstance, and the the acting side that I liked, but without all the ego in the Hollywood be asked because I did start in southern California. Hence the so Cal Val name. So

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"val joins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"val joins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We're joined by Bloomberg stock market columnist. Dave Wilson and SOX reporter, Sara panic, and Dave let me start with you. Some key tech earnings. You've got an IBM and Intel the name to mean both companies in the Dow Jones industrial average both have had their challenges as sort of adapting to shall we say the shifts in technology over the years Intel with the whole move toward smartphones, for example, IBM just in general trying to figure out what to be. I mean, there's so much focus on their Watson system. Neil getting into artificial intelligence. And so on. So the real challenge for both companies is what does the outlook portend for them. Are they increasingly in a position to sort of move with the industry or are? They still kind of stuck to some extent. I mean that no doubt will be what investors try to get out of the results for the fourth quarter and the company's outlook Sarala stay with IBM for a moment. Analytics is is key. Artificial intelligence is key. And they seem to be leaders in those two areas, they do, but we also have to see how IBM is dealing with the sift to the cloud and trying to keep up with the times almost reinvent themselves. If you look at Bloomberg intelligence, they're saying that places that should actually be a bright spot. Is there consulting work their hybrid cloud products? So that should help. But at the same time, we're still awaiting the close of the acquisition with red hats. We might not see too many surprises before that actually closes. But like, Dave. He said we really want to get more of an idea of how IBM and Intel both of these companies are moving forwards and trying to keep up with the times. What else are you going to be looking for Sarah? So also at the beginning of the week Tuesday same day as IBM we also get Johnson and Johnson, so healthcare space, of course, looking at pharmaceuticals same thing, Bloomberg intelligence says that enlarge on average pharmaceuticals should be strong this quarter. When it comes to earnings, we should see strong sales growth. Disappointing season the mini and for the entire industry comes out to five point four percent. However, you look at J and J it's at the very bottom of the pack. Some analysts are expecting flat growth, no growth zero percent problem there. Well, the problem there actually could be interpreted as a positive at least for the stock in the sense that the bar is set pretty low. It seems for J J. And as we have seen already this earning season when the bar is set low. We seem to be getting nice bounces after the earnings have been announced. So you would imagine that if the bar is. Set this loafer JJ, maybe we could see a solid balance. If they'd beat on anything, and you can understand why the bar would be set so low because they have issues with baby powder legal liabilities because the towel at least. If you buy the argument that that's out there. Among the plaintiff's lawyers. If nothing else that it contains asbestos or at the very least it's caused people's cancer. So you have that liability as an issue sort of hanging over the company to what extent is that an issue going forward? I mean, that's really something beyond the business as it stands that people are going to be looking at here. Okay. Lots of earnings to to go through here. What are some of the other areas? Well, I mean, I look at the results that are coming out this weekend. And you look at railroads you've got Union Pacific. You've got Comcast representing media industry, cable and broadcasting more, generally. And there are a whole lot more companies where they came from Ford Motor for example, Texas Instruments, if you wanna talk technology. You really will start to get a sense of how earnings look on a broad scale in this past week has been all about finance for the most part, you know, and we've seen at the very least that you know, you talk about low bar. Mean these companies had a very low bar, and we're able to cross it. I mean, we know some across the board that bond trading was an issue for the biggest financial companies, but allow them found other parts of the business doing well. Goldman Sachs, for example, with their fees from advising on deals, a Morgan Stanley didn't really have that. So you saw their stock. You'll take a bit of a hit after their fourth quarter results came out. So all right. We got a handle on finance now is starting to get a handle the whole lot more industries as the results unfold. Thanks to Bloomberg's stock market columnist. Dave Wilson and stocks reporter, Sara Pontiac, let's head to the commodity space now for the week ahead. A ten billion dollar takeover of Canadian gold company by America's Newmont Mining has rocked the mining space. Bloomberg's Daniel Boko viz looking at the ramifications. Good daddy you Danielle. Thanks Bob in the last four months. The gold industry has been transformed by two mega-mergers. I the tie between baragan Randgold and then in. The last week Newmont's propose takeover of Goldcorp with both giant shedding assets. And a lot of mid tier players potentially in play investors are wondering what happens next Tom visa Val joins me from London. Nice to talk to you, Tom. Hey, Denny always a pleasure. I spoke to Gary Goldberg Newmont CEO after the merger. He said they are looking to shed one to one and a half billion dollars in assets. Eric we know has already said it's going to be shutting non-core assets. What does all of that mean for the industry oil hopefully deals, and I guess one thing we've really learned in the mining and share the last couple of years is it's incredibly hard to buy assets from companies unless they're unwanted. And now we have two of the biggest gold mine is looking to get rid of asset. So you would have thought for a lot of the smaller players. There's gonna be some good opportunities. That's two percent. She snapped from things up and maybe not just assets. There's also speculation that there could be some corporate level transactions. Mergers. In other words, here's what David Garoppolo Goldcorp CEO told us..

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"val joins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"val joins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Monday for the Martin Luther King junior holiday, but investors will still get earnings for more than fifty companies in the S and P five hundred for more. We're joined by Bloomberg stock market columnist. Dave Wilson and SOX reporter, Sara Pontiac. And Dave let me start with you. Some key tech earnings. I mean, you've got IBM and Intel the name to mean, both companies are the Dow Jones industrial average both have had their challenges as sort of a putting too shall we say, the shifts in technology over the years Intel at the whole move toward smartphones, for example, and IBM just in general trying to figure out what to be? I mean, there's so much focus on their Watson system getting into artificial intelligence. And so on. So the real challenge for both companies is what does the outlook portend for them. Are they increasingly in a position to sort of move with the industry or are? They still kind of stuck to some extent. I mean that no doubt will be what investors try to get out of the results for the fourth quarter and the company's outlook chairlifts stay with IBM for a moment. Analytics is is key. Artificial intelligence is key. And they seem to be leaders in those two areas, they do, but we also have to see how I B M is dealing with the sift to the cloud and trying to keep up with the times almost reinvent themselves. If you look at Bloomberg intelligence, they're saying that places that should actually be a bright spot. Is there consulting work their hybrid cloud products? So that should help. But at the same time, we're still awaiting the close of the acquisition with red hats. We might not see too many surprises before that actually closes. But like, Dave. He said we really want to get more of an idea of how IBM and Intel both of these companies are moving forwards and trying to keep up with the time. What else are you going to be looking for Sarah? So also at the beginning of the week Tuesday. Same as IBM we also get Johnson and Johnson, so healthcare space, of course, looking at pharmaceuticals. Same thing delivered intelligence says that in large on average pharmaceuticals should be strong this quarter. When it comes to earnings, we should see strong sales growth. Disappointing season the mini and for the entire industry comes out to five point four percent. However, you look at J and J it's at the very bottom of the pact. Some analysts are expecting flat growth, no growth zero percent. What's the problem there? Well, the problem there actually could be interpreted as a positive at least for the stock in the sense that the bar is set pretty low. It seems for j J and as we have seen already this earning season when the bar is set low. We seem to be getting nice bounces after the earnings have been announced. So you would imagine that if the bar is. This low J J, maybe we could see a solid balance. If they beat on anything, and you can understand why the bar would be set so low because they have issues with baby powder legal liabilities because the tau at least if you buy the argument that that's out there. Among the plaintiff's lawyers. If nothing else that it contains asbestos or at the very least it's caused people's cancer. So you have that liability as an issue sort of hanging over the company, and to what extent is that an issue going forward? I mean, that's really something beyond the business as it stands that people are going to be looking at here. Okay. Lots of earnings to go through here. What are some of the other areas? Well, I mean, I look at the results that are coming out this weekend. And you look at railroads you've got Union Pacific. You've got Comcast representing media industry, cable and broadcasting more, generally. And there are a whole lot more countries where they came from Ford Motor for example, Texas Instruments, if you wanna talk technology. You really start to get a sense of how earnings look on a broad scale in this past week. It's been about finance for the most part, you know, and we've seen at the very least that you know, you talk about low bar. These companies had a very low bar, and we're able to cross it. And I mean, we know so across the board that bond trading was an issue for the biggest financial companies, but allow them found other parts of the business doing well. Goldman Sachs, for example, with their fees from advising on deals, a Morgan Stanley didn't really have that. So you saw their stock. You'll take a bit of a head after their fourth quarter results came out. So, you know, all right. We got a handle on finance now is starting to get a handle of a whole lot. More industries as the results unfold. Thanks to Bloomberg's stock market columnist. Dave Wilson and stocks reporter, Sara patsick, let's head to the commodity space now for the week ahead. A ten billion dollar takeover of a Canadian gold company by America's Newmont Mining has wrought the mining space. Bloomberg's Daniel Boko is looking at the ramifications good did you Danielle? Thanks Bob in the last four months. The gold industry has been transformed by two mega-mergers. I the tie between Barrick and Randgold. And then. In the last week Newmont's proposed takeover of Goldcorp with both giant shedding assets. And a lot of mid tier players potentially in play investors are wondering what happens next Tom visa Val joins me from London. Nice to talk to you, Tom. Hey, Danny, always a pleasure. I spoke to Gary Goldberg Newmont CEO after the merger. He said they are looking to shed one to one and a half billion dollars in assets. Eric we know has already said it's going to be shutting non-core assets. What does all of that mean for the industry? Well, hopefully, I'm deals, and I guess one thing we've really learned in the mining and share the last couple of years is incredibly hard to buy from companies unless they wanted. And now we have two of the biggest gold mine is looking to get rid of asset. So you would have thought for a lot of the smaller players. There's gonna be some good opportunities. I that's a potentially snapped from things up and maybe not just assets. There's also speculation that there could be some corporate level transactions. Mergers. In other words, here's what David Garoppolo Goldcorp CEO told us. Tom more music to the ears of any investment bankers who are listening to this. What are some of the companies to keep an eye on? Well, I think it's might be one of the most interesting part of this whole deal. And I would have thought the obvious ones a Kinross angler golden probably Newcrest as well. These really were not that far behind you know, what the likes of Barry can Newmont in terms of in terms of scannon. Suddenly, they look they look really quite small by comparison. And you've got to think they've got to be thinking. You know, how do we remain relevant? Do we have to try and keep up? Do we have to do something? I guess maybe we initiative little bit. We're heading into earnings season for the gold miners in North America here. So we're gonna get a better idea if their production, but on the whole it's been pretty stagnant. On the other hand gold prices have been a little bit better in the fourth quarter. How does the price play into sort of the consolidation pressure? I think in an ideal world mine is would be really good at buying assets. Buying other companies at the bottom of the market when commodity cheap. But I think history shows is they just not very good at that. They don't like doing it companies like to to be doing deals when prices are going up. So I think you actually have these two twenty twin themes at the same time. Now, we have riders and go prices and sort of wave of consolidation, which you would have thought the two together means, we know, we're probably quite likely to see more deals, Tom. Thank you very much. That's what we're watching this week in commodities in Toronto on Daniel Boko. Thanks ten-year-old. Coming up on Bloomberg daybreak weekend. Look ahead to the agenda in our nation's capital. I'm Bob moon..

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The Paul Finebaum Show

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"val joins" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And I will never know because obviously to laying it up I really felt against that group not against Clemson not against Georgia. But against you know, that team they could have just unleashed the backs, and and and still had a lot of success on the ground. But the fact that they can beat you so many different ways makes them almost impossible to stop. Exactly, right. Chris val. Joining us here on the Paul finebaum show. Chris before we talk about the championship game. I want to talk a little bit about the the ROY. Rosebowl the U and Herbie going to be working on tomorrow. What has been the with this being urban 's last game in when you guys have sit down with what's the vibe coming from urban killed surprisingly, so yeah, we had our meeting with them earlier. I call it. The far away is urban gets glaze. Yeah. In his eyes. When he's getting ready to play Michigan or so that was basically instead, stay Penn State, and he had a lot this weekend week out. He had that look, and it could tell he wasn't enjoying things. And it was it was something to be doer not enjoyed it. And this is a different urban. And he's trying not to reflect on the emotions of his final game there. What I coach somewhere else coach at Ohio State against. So this is his dream job coming to an end, and he's trying to focus that out. But I think he feels very good about this team its preparation, I think he he's going to be matters to him a whole lot that you have one more point than Washington, and he wants to desperately go out of winter that has not translated into the tension and the stress that you typically, see right? What's your what's your take on Dwayne Haskins? Is this is this a guy who could be the number one quarterback in the draft. I'm not a profession. How you waiter of talent to the next level? I don't think I take him there. But I think if you'd be you break down the components, and it depends on how a team values those accuracy tenets farms entering and eight to eight and a half out of ten on full scale obility ninth grade, you know, toughness in the pocket, he's learning it. He's he's a guy. That's that's I think proven down the stretch that he's willing to dive headfirst and get yards up his body for the good of the team. That's not something that's in eighteen him. I don't think that physical toughness it was emphasized as much when he was a young quarterback. I I'm not knocking the guy sister reality is pretty protected in high school, you know, one year starting quarterback in college football. So that's that's the body of work. But he's been very impressive. Much more vocal leadership role embrace that part of being a quarterback especially for the Maryland game on and certainly Michigan and our western and I think he'll do it again tomorrow. So I think he's got a nice Easter on Sunday at us don't L by number one. And I don't know that stuff. I think just in Herbert coming back to Oregon certainly is has changed the quarterback boards for a lot of teams. But I mean, you very high for sure doing exactly as I Chris following curbs. It'd be working the Rosebowl tomorrow on New Year's day. So let's let's let me get you to put on your hat a minute to talk about this national championship game. Obviously, Alabama Clemson four. They've given us too. Great great national championship games. Are we should we expect anything less this time around, and I hope not I I want. I want four it'd be like wanted to not three right? And I think that is a good chance. That's. Gonna happen..

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Pardon My Take

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"val joins" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Jay sound Rouleau. Fred Durst made it out of just spelling limpest get. Yeah. It gets its name recognition. So it gets the people. PBS hits all right kings. They don't know we did our kings kings. We have this is a big one. Okay. We need to talk about this. Well, he'd have. All right, everyone. Depend everyone dropped the pen. Everyone get comfortable. We have to have a family meeting. Okay. This is a family meeting. Mitral. No, okay. We have which are Middleham John. Okay. We want to know what to say when I'm angry Henry, John Lockwood. Okay. Listen, we have a just chill out man in. It's important Darren rebel just chill out, man. So rebel has quit ESPN. He's a quitter. He's a full on number one. Yeah. Number one. He's joined the action network. Yes, there we do have loose ties. The action network are the guy who turned who owns us owns part of the action network. I don't even know the details of all this stuff. PDF of people mistake that like were somehow co workers, we are not co workers because Darren rebel has done a press tour about his new job, and in that has somehow decided that he's going to promote how this big deal where he's gonna come finally do part of my take and he's going to do a decathlon against me on pay per view with bedding and all this stuff. Now, I have not agreed to any of this. But we'll start the decathlon throw that out. That's the fucking rubbish garbage. Not true. The out one iota never gonna fucking do it to cancel not one. Derna val. You cannot invite yourself like this on part might take. We are now here by suspending you from appearing on this podcast for how long I say, six months at least. Ooh, six. Yeah. I mean, here's a three. That's no just that. You never invite yourself. Another man's podcast. It's more. It's more. Like we obviously wanted to have her rebel on some last two years and been like, hey, man, come on. He's like, no. I can't I can't it. Can't you can't then quit ESPN go to this other John be like, hey, this big deal guys? I'm finally going on finally doing it. No, no. That's how it we've been waiting. Exactly. I haven't been. We'd like that. We asked you like, I've I've I've every known them in like, hey, you wanna come on? Okay. You can't. Okay. Cool. It's not like, oh my God. We need you to come on. So you don't get to do that. It's it's not just that. Like if he had if he had Texan and said, hey, I'm going to this new company. I can finally come on the show. Great. That's fine. That would have been an okay text again. Right. I would not have been super psyched. But I think it would've made it's gonna make for a good show when he does it. But the thing is to do it to do a media junket into say in an interview, I will finally go on pardon. My take it will be relatively early talents to sell sooner or later. He's LeBron without asking us. Yes. That ahead of time. And then using that for that Darren that's not how buddy you got a lot to learn about the podcast game. This now he's sourcing was a little thin on that. When he did text me was like, hey, I can come on. It was like great. So that did happen you'd like decide thing and that would have been great like just come on. Don't make a big fucking fanfare about it. Don't do this whole. I will finally go on part might take. So, unfortunately, you're suspended. We don't you. You you have to wait for us. Now, six months tell you what you can appeal that. Yes. Who can you appeal that to you can formally appeal it to Henry, John Lockwood? Henry John Lockwood. Yes. Tweet at hangar. Arbitrate sweet video ad Hank appealing a emotion to appeal, and then we will take it into consideration. Whether we. Want you to come on the show? We might reduce the suspension you got to work for now. Because you don't like come on. No one does that. That's that's ridiculous. Can I let me just people were tweeting it like? Yep. Like Darren Val joins Ashi network. First big move collaboration with my taking big cat and charity thing to make us. Oh charity. No, bro. I'm not doing to Catholic..

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