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Hayes and Dennis place their bets on everything from Aaron Judge and New York, to the Tampa Bay Lightning and Colorado. And Rightly Rated including Fritos, and Cereal.

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June 23, 2022 12:44 am

Hayes and Dennis place their bets on everything from Aaron Judge and New York, to the Tampa Bay Lightning and Colorado. And Rightly Rated including Fritos, and Cereal.

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June 23, 2022 12:44 am

Hayes and Dennis place their bets on everything from Aaron Judge and New York, to the Tampa Bay Lightning and Colorado. And Rightly Rated including Fritos, and Cereal. 

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This is the best of the Adam Gold Show Podcast. Brought to you by Coach Pete at Capital Financial Advisory Group.

Visit us at CapitalFinancialUSA.com to learn more. We'll be right back. Thanks for listening. We'll be right back. I won two yesterday, though I did miss on Aaron Judge hitting a home run.

But that's fine. Did you have Texas A&M over Notre Dame? Is that what it was? That's right.

Texas A&M over Notre Dame. That's right. I did have that. So I was in the plus once again. I'm actually in negative triple digits now, Hayes, as opposed to minus 2600 like I was. So my first bet, NHL Tonight. Kale McCarr, you guys talked about trophy winners at the start of the show today. The Norris Trophy winner, Kale McCarr, scores a goal today plus 270. Norris, isn't that best defenseman? That's best... Best defenseman. Best defenseman scorer in the playoffs? Is it in there a word for that? Best defensive scorer in the playoffs?

I thought it was a guy who buys you things at the vending machine or something. Alright, I am going with, and you know what, I'm sticking with it as I typed it in on the document. I tried to write a, I believe it's Nikita Kucherov, is that his name? I wrote in Kucherov, but it autocorrected to Much Frog. So I'm taking Much Frog goal tonight at plus 125. I got Much Frog putting one in there.

He's been good for it in the playoffs. Much Frog scores tonight. That is a riveting decision there. Stop. Stop. Get out of here, Rand.

How dare you? I just croaked at that. Alright, what you got for your second one? I'm going to hop on Aaron Judge once again, hitting a home run plus 200. Alright, I'm going to see your Aaron Judge, and once again I've tried to type in, but my Amazon Fire that is very slow and loves to correct here, I was going to go with Shayo Ohtani is on the mound tonight, but I'm taking him to hit a home run, but we have autocorrected to Obtain. So I got Obtain hitting a home run tonight, and that is at plus 390. Plus 390 for Obtain home run tonight.

Very nice. I'm going to give you a future bet for this week in Haze Permar. Archers versus Atlas, give me Will Manny plus four and a half points. Take the over. Take the over at plus one third. You always take the over with Will Manny. As you should.

He's going to get it done. At least the league in points. For me, now I cannot bet on my beloved Carolina Mudcats. Shout out to the Durham Bulls. I believe they're actually playing right now. I love a little day baseball. I'm going to hit up a day Bulls game next week. But my Carolina Mudcats have a one game lead in the first half of the season. They're trying to close it out and clinch a playoff spot. Unfortunately, I can't find lines on minor league baseball to bet on the Mudcats. But in their honor, I'm going to take their parent club, the Milwaukee Brewers, at minus 115 tonight.

Against whoever they were playing. I didn't pay attention to that. And my browser on the Amazon does recognize Brewers as an actual word. Didn't even have to autocorrect that.

That's very nice. Much frog with a goal. Obtain with a home run. And Brewers with a win tonight for minus 115. I'm going to throw out a special bet for everyone out there tonight. A special hockey bet, especially for you Hayes Permar.

I will be at boxcard tonight celebrating my birthday with my girlfriend. We will be playing air hockey. She is at a plus 110. Plus 110 at minus one and a half goals. I would definitely take that bet. Also, another prop bet in that game.

Winning goal totals seven goals on air hockey at minus 12,000. Adam Gold here for my man, coach Pete DeRuta with the Capital Financial Advisory Group. We are talking retirement. All right, coach.

Simple. When do we start tax planning in retirement? We should start as soon as possible because here's one thing, Adam, taxes are not going away.

Right. And so the game here is we know the rules. A lot of people want to ignore the rules or act like they aren't familiar with them, but the IRS knows the rules. And so when we get to retirement, they're going to reach in and start taking some of their money out of your accounts. So the secret here is to put a force field around as much as possible by strategically moving some of our money to Roth IRA or some of the other vehicles that aren't taxed.

Like special life insurance policies, you can borrow against your money there and never have to pay tax on your money that you build up inside your cash value. So there are a lot of strategies here. The one strategy that does not work is ignoring it.

So let's make sure to not ignore it. The next 10 people will do for you your very own tax and retirement plan that will help you minimize taxation all the way through retirement. 800-661-7383. All you got is call or you can text Adam to 21000 for coach Pete DeRuta. We have a special guest. I don't even know who this is. I'm the guest host.

Things fly at me. I just what's happening now? Who we got? Special guest? That's right.

I was told special guest. And I'll have the video screen that shows me who I'm talking to up here. Oh, OK. Well, then there's that.

Well, apologies for the video screen. Yes, I don't even know. I don't even know who I'm talking to. But I do know now this is executive producer of the program, Dennis Cox. Oh, that means. Yes. Yes.

Radio people hate me, but the TV. There we go. Yeah.

Imagine T-shirts again, Cox. Yes, we are. Team Archers. Let's go, Archers. That's it. Yeah, Archers go. That's their chant. It's Archers launch.

Archers launch. There we go. What? Cox, I'm sorry. I rushed you through place you bets earlier. What's going on?

No, no, it's totally fine. A couple of things I wanted to mention. I know this time of the show, we hit the show rewind. Yes. So there's some things that were brought up during halftime entertainment that I wanted to address. OK, yes, good, good.

Because I actually want to. So this is going to serve as the rewind. This will be the rewind as Dennis Cox and I rewinding the show together.

What you got for us? OK, well, don't hit the sounder. Let's make it official. It needs to be the rewind. And he's training Graham over there. Graham needs to know where the rewind. But there it is. We're rewinding. We're taking it back to halftime entertainment about an hour and nine minutes ago. What we got, Cox? What?

You got beef. OK, well, you mentioned how Lady and the Tramp was released on this date in, I believe, 1957. Correct. I think it was 55. Fifty five.

Sixty seven years old. Yes. Sure. Perfect.

OK. Which perfectly solidifies June 22nd. Therefore, it makes it a great movie because it came out on the 20th on your birth. Great things. Exactly.

Great things come out on the 22nd. And I'm with you, Hayes Permar. Many people know the GIF of the two dogs slurping up the noodle. No one's seen the movie. It's GIF. But yes, absolutely. 100 percent. Thank you. Whatever. Thank you.

I meant to ask you, like, no one knows. The best was Victoria claiming that she knew the plot. And then when asked about it, she goes, it was a long time ago. Uh huh.

Yep. She came clean. It's a fraud. She didn't know it.

So yes, you've never seen. She didn't know it. And then you asked Rand and he immediately deflected. Be like, well, what do you mean? I don't know.

I suppose actually answering the question. So there's a couple adopts, like, can we go into this? No. You've been reading up.

You've been reading up. Fine. Yes. Fine. You get a chance to Google this. No, no, no.

I appreciate you getting my back on that one, Cox. What else you got? OK. So that's the first thing. So second of all, Graham, I know you're new, I know you're learning. But if you're ever doing something on a show that I'm associated with, there are three things you're not allowed to talk about if I'm not there.

Quick books or comic book related material, lacrosse and professional wrestling. You cannot discuss those three things. I did. There was part of me that wondered. I was like, I thought Cox wasn't here. We still have to talk wrestling with exactly with.

But you know what? Graham took the initiative and was writing out all the halftime entertainment ones. So I didn't feel like the first time I've ever come and made a request to him, like, hey, could you maybe find me something for halftime entertainment? I did not want my response to be like, oh, I don't feel like talking wrestling. So instead, because he did the right thing and feel that halftime entertainment, I played along and I talked wrestling. But no, I did. I was kind of hoping with you not being here that we wouldn't have to talk lacrosse, wrestling or comic books. So thanks. Now, you've talked all three things.

Now I've had to admit that to Graham as well, that I didn't even like his first topic. Now, see, now I'm a jerk. There we go.

That's how it goes. But you know what? He crushed it. He's giving me the John Cena sign.

Perfect finish. But you know what? He gave us the Lady and the Tramp, which has provided like half a show's worth of material. So that totally makes more than makes up for the fact that we had to talk professional wrestling. But OK, he's got it now.

So from now on, Graham, I hope you understood. Whenever Cox is gone, you need to talk all three comic book, wrestling and lacrosse just to make him mad. There you go. What else you got, Cox?

That's really all I have. OK. All right. I would like to see, I need to talk sports betting a lot earlier.

I would like to see that get passed. All right. And did you did you want to clarify which boxcar you're going to be at or do you just want everyone? Boxcar downtown rally. Boxcar downtown rally. I liked it better when, you know, we're a statewide show. Just everyone go to your nearest boxcar and you may win the lottery and get to see Dennis Cox or you might, even if worst case scenario, you're at your nearest boxcar and you get to play some games, right?

Exactly. You can drop, I probably, air hockey. DHP, I probably own the NBA Jam champion status on whatever jam machine you're playing at whatever boxcar you're in. I've won it in multiple places. So OK. Well, you know, they reset those just about every day, right?

Sometimes I go back and check and if my name's gone, then I stay there for a couple hours and I get it back on there. OK. I respect that. Cox, go enjoy your birthday, man.

Quit working on your birthday. I'm taking after Adam goal. Yeah. Well, we know you guys, the overachievers on this show. That's what we do. All right, man. Have a good one. We'll talk to you. Appreciate you. Grant, did you want to respond?

You've been learning things all show, young, young Padawan. Real quick. I know Dennis just left. I was going to wish him a very happy birthday. Thank him for training me this past week for the sports shop to ran as well.

And also I was going to segue. I know you just said you didn't want to talk about wrestling while Dennis wasn't here, but since he was on the air for a little bit, he's going to Boxcar. They are the only bar in Raleigh that I have found to sell Stone Cold Steve Austin's skull crusher beer, whatever. You're not even like pretending like you're like you're like a legit fan. Like you're seeking out Stone Cold's beer. That's how big a wrestling fan you are. You're into it, man. I'm messing with you. So Boxcar in Raleigh does have Stone Cold Steve Austin's beer.

We'll check it out. I have a good friend who's got a great Stone Cold Steve Austin fan. It's a buddy of mine who worked for a like a jet company. Like you don't own jets, but if you're rich enough, like you don't want to own a jet because it's super expensive and money sucking, but you like access to jet.

You like play, pay a fee to be a member of this club. And then when you want a jet, you're like, all right, I'd like to book a jet for this time and whatever. And basically through weather and like pilot hours and stuff, Stone Cold Steve Austin was like not getting what he needed. And my man was on the phone was like Stone Cold Steve Austin being like, yo, I need my jet.

And I was not in a position he wanted to be in. June 19th, 2006, but it all started May 6th, 1997 with the announcement that the Hartford Whalers were coming to North Carolina. It's a story of transition, of heartbreak, of figuring it out on the fly. And Kane's Corner look at the 25th anniversary of the move presented by the Aluminum Company of North Carolina.

Listen now, find Kane's 25th anniversary wherever you get your podcast. With the few minutes we have remaining, we have just enough time to decide if things are overrated, underrated or properly, rightly rated. This is rightly rated. First up on rightly rated is Mud. Is Mud overrated, underrated or rightly rated?

This comes out because Major League Baseball sent a memo to all 30 teams enforcing uniformity on one crucial process, muddying baseballs. That's right, umpires are supposed to put mud on baseball so they don't have that tackiness when they first come out of the wrapper. The mud, actually our friend Sean Crest over the North State Journal did a great story in this one time. All the mud comes with this secret place in the Delaware River.

And if you want to go like write a story about it, you have to get blindfolded to go to where it is. Like all the mud that goes on all the baseballs for Major League Baseball come from this one spot and this one dude and he gets them all. They've been given the mud, but apparently they are not rubbing the mud well enough. As the article says, the process of muddying baseball is crucial for pitchers to maintain proper grip. Clubhouse attendants have overseen the mud application for years utilizing a unique mud from the Delaware River to remove glossiness from the baseballs. So yes, learn how to muddy your balls better.

Everyone in Major League Baseball needs to get better at rubbing mud on the balls and there will be a rubbing mud application poster placed in each clubhouse to ensure consistency with the color of the ball. Mud, overrated, underrated or rightly rated Jonathan Rand? I think it's, I think it's rightly rated.

It's fine. Like I can't go either way. I was going to go overrated, but I was like, I mean, it's, you know, it cools you down. I think it's, I mean, I would say it's overrated, but who's highly rating mud?

Yeah. I don't know if you've got like high quality mud. I mean, obviously you do, but I'll say this.

You think when you take your dog to the dog park that like mud is the worst time to get them dirty, but sometimes when it's so dry, the dustiness can actually be dirtier than the mud. Anyway, I don't know where that lands me on mud, overrated, underrated or rightly rated. I'll stick with you rightly rated. Cool.

Next up. Fritos or Fritos overrated, underrated or rightly rated. This comes up because Frito-Lay will be the FIFA world cup cutter 2022 North American regional supporter. Frito-Lay that includes not just these, but including Fritos, Doritos, Tostitos, Cheetos, they got all the eatos, Funyuns, Sun Chips, Cracker Jack. Did you know that Frito-Lay had Cracker Jack?

What? Miss Vicky's, Maui Chips, Ruffles, Santina, like Frito-Lay owns everything that's not Pringle, they own it, but let's stick specifically with Fritos, not the brand, the chip, or Fritos overrated, underrated or rightly rated. So the chip itself, not all of those- Not the brand, yeah, just the Frito.

The chip itself is, I'm going to say overrated. Interesting. However, I'm going to say the Fritos over the PR. With the sausage dip?

Mimi's sausage dip. Yeah. Underrated, like just- Fritos in general, I think they're underrated. I think you take for granted, like you see them out all the time and you pass them and then you haven't had them in a while and you're like, Frito, that's a darn good chip. That's fair. It's like a thick corn chip. Okay.

No, you're fine. And then finally, cereal. Is cereal overrated, underrated or rightly rated? This comes up because Colin Morikawa pours his milk first and then pours the cereal into it. Yesterday, he had to come out to dispel rumors that he was going to the live tour.

He said, I'm not going. Now, if you'll excuse me, I've got some cereal to go pour in my milk. I never even knew this was a thing, but take the weird process out of it. Cereal overrated, underrated or rightly rated? Cereal is seriously underrated. Very underrated.

It's amazing. And it might be better without milk, if you're asking me. You can snack it up a little bit. I mean, no, cereal is absolutely underrated. I'm going cereal underrated as well, but hearing somebody pour milk first and then cereal, that's like when I heard that some people put right sock, right shoe on and then left sock, left shoe. I have tried that one time because I heard about that and it makes you feel off kilter. It's a ridiculous process, unless maybe you're putting on your golf shoes in the parking lot or whatever, putting your regular shoes back on.

It's a ridiculous process. That is rightly rated. Over the crossbar, and the Hurricanes have won the Stanley Cup. June 19th, 2006, but it all started May 6th, 1997 with the announcement that the Hartford Whalers were coming to North Carolina. It's a story of transition, of heartbreak, of figuring it out on the fly. The Cane's Corner look at the 25th anniversary of the move presented by the Aluminum Company of North Carolina. Listen now. Find Cane's 25th anniversary wherever you get your podcasts.
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