Emergency back-up Podcast

Fri, Jan 15, 2016 - 7:25pm

Well life just doesn't seem right without an end-of-the-week podcast. So I'll try to pinch-hit without striking out.

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Ned Braden
Jan 15, 2016 - 7:52pm

Good for you, Dr, J...

I still like the Beatles classics. Well done! Hope our fearless leader; who will only be 50 one time; is enjoying himself. God knows we've all suffered enough the last 5 years.

Thanks for your time and thoughts!

EDIT: What is "denouement" ?

Jan 15, 2016 - 7:57pm

Yea Dr J

Now to listen, Keep Stacking

Dr.J you need to do a video and wear your tin foil hat and call yourself the Metal Prof. the Truth Behind the Curtain..

Also never ever have a phone nearby when your recording unless your still trading. Lol


Jan 15, 2016 - 8:00pm


A theatrical term that refers to the "falling action" after the climax, at the end of the play--catharsis.--helps the audience unwind after all the high drama before things are totally over. Kind of like snuggling after ... Ooops I almost forgot about our young audiences...

Marchas: good advice! I assure that was my brother-in-law, not a margin call.

Jan 15, 2016 - 8:11pm

Marchas45's spot

Since Marchas45 took first tonight, I don't feel bad about taking 4th.

Yep, bad day to quit sniffing glue.

Jan 15, 2016 - 8:40pm

Thank you Dr J.

Thank you Dr J.

I am now complete!

Jan 15, 2016 - 8:45pm

Good stuff

Thoroughly enjoyed the podcast.

Jan 15, 2016 - 8:56pm

nice podcast

I am shocked TPTB didn't hold the 16,000 'maginot line' today - only 12 pts under too. Makes my tinfoil hat ring with wonderment if are telegraphing: "we are letting it go".

andrewbyrd cashonly
Jan 15, 2016 - 9:13pm

Great podcast!! Thanks for

Great podcast!!

Thanks for filling in professor.

Katie Rose
Jan 15, 2016 - 10:11pm


Dr. Jerome, I love you!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks for all you do to enlighten us.

I never realized what having a loved one with cancer does to a family. It is a a trial I never hope to experience again. It sucks the joy right out of individuals and puts them on a roller coaster ride that just may end with a terrible crash. That is why I haven't been around much. So if you can say a prayer for my husband I would really appreciate it.

Now to life on the farm...

The welfare deer are back and they are getting good, organic alfalfa from me. With the forest fires, drought, and snow there is very little food for them to eat. And there is no way I am going to have starving animals around if I can help them. So they come timidly at first, then with more and more confidence as they know that every evening there will be food for them. Most folks are feeding them "Deer Corn." I do not because it is GMO corn, and you all have heard my rants about that.

They sure are pretty with their big brown eyes!

I am only milking one goat as the buck I borrowed last year shot blanks, and only one of the three I hoped to get pregnant did so. But she is making up for being the only one. It is cold here. We went three + weeks without it getting over freezing (32 degrees) during the day. So I had a real temper tantrum when my milking room was only 11 degrees. The goat was shivering, I was shivering, and the milk room heater I received for Christmas did absolutely nothing. But I had to milk, because we are using the milk to make yogurt.

A friend showed up yesterday with a gorgeous buckling to help me get new babies this summer. I received a phone call and twenty minutes later he delivered a prize buckling. This is not your normal buckling, but one with 17 generations of A++ registered does on top of him. He's from the Wyoming Milk Project and cost the owner thousands of dollars. I am getting all my does pregnant as the sale of the babies should pay for next year's alfalfa and then some extra for barley. There is one drawback, they will be born in June, just when I am needed for gardening. And if I am milking the does, the babies will need to be bottle fed. That is a chore.

But there is good news. A friend did a study on who survives the demise of an empire from Rome to Greece to Spain, etc. Since we are in the midst of such a demise, I thought I would share his results.


So, if you want to make it through the nightmare that is ahead of us all, become a Goat Herder. Simple...

If this born and raised city girl can do it, you can, too.

Jan 15, 2016 - 10:13pm

yahoo finance is on the cutting edge .... hahaha

"Friday, New York Fed President William C. Dudley said he sees the U.S. economy continuing a strong growth trajectory this year, supporting further interest-rate increases"...


Thanks for the pod cast Dr J!

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