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finish. ?? from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and k live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> not so fast. >> hello, everybody. it's booze day tuesday, august 30th. that's "ready, set, roll" by chase rice. >> he's going to be with us in a little bit. do you ever have a friend who is wearing two necklaces and they are all tangled up? >> by the way, it's impossible. you can't fix it. >> i know. >> i think you're going the wrong way. >> no. >> all right. >> during commercial break i'll get that for you. >> okay.
stint on "survivor." he's opening tours for dierks bentley and kenny chesney and is going to sing our favorite country rock anthem. >> that's what we need. >> we need an anthem. >> have any creditors in your back yard been digging holes? we've got the solution from our man lou manfredini. ? he's got a name that rhymes with -- ? >> you're going to have to wait. >> we're running out of inis, aren't we? >> we haew >> i'll tell it to you while i'm fixing your -- >> in the commercial break. >> okay. plus, mac & cheese and chocolate cake, is it possible without the guilt? >> it is. >> junk food turns into joy food and with joy bauer. really, joy? >> mac and cheese? >> you're going to love it. it's a goody. >> okay. a royal pain before she landed her gig on "the night shift." lovely actress jill flint will stop by for some fun a little later.
>> secrecy hoda's very excited. >> today's national marshmallow day. >> yes. >> this is a major s'more. there's a layer of marshmallows and underneath a layer of melted chocolate. and to dip we have graham crackers. it's like, oh, my god. >> in a skillet. >> get in it. >> look at the bottom. look what's happening. no, look at that. >> it just looks gross to me. you go for it. >> how could this look gross to anybody? oh, my god. >> if it was cheese on top i'd love it, but i don't like marshmallows. i'm sorry. i know an awful lot of people do. >> this is a dipping s'more. i'm out for the whole rest of the chat. oh, my god. kath, look at that chocolate. that doesn't do it for you? >> no, sweetheart. it doesn't. but the joy food's going to be -- i'm all up for that in a little bit. now, it's a sad day.
is it huma or uma? >> i think it's huma abedin. >> huma abedin and her husband anthony weiner have separated. he's the ex-congressman who was caught up in another -- his third sexting scandal. >> yeah. this is one of those things. we saw it in the paper yesterday, and it was confirmed, and then she announced yesterday that she was filing for -- she's separating from him. this is one of those things that you guys remember in 2011 he was >> that was a year after they were married in 2010, hoda. >> then he was caught again. and this will be the third time that he has been caught this way. >> in other words, his behavior has not changed. this is the third time he's been discovered, but who knows. >> it's so funny about when you -- when you trust somebody and i think everyone's been in a relationship where you trust somebody and they've broken that trust and you forgive them or you try and that's hard.
>> especially when they have children. and they have a 4-year-old son. >> and then when a person does it a second time or a third time. >> yeah. >> it's one of those things, and i think everyone can relate on some small level to -- to what it must be like for her at this point. >> and she's also going through a whole bunch of other things in her life as well. she's going through everything. she's been called to testify a great deal about the e-mails. and she's also recently been in the papers a lot because of some talk about -- she's going through a lot of hard stuff right now. >> this is like -- this whole incident that happened that's been in the papers and stuff -- >> this is a deal-breaker. >> it's like what a lot of -- you know, when it comes to i atrust issue that you broke it's what you do. >> don't you think it's because of the little boy in the picture, hoda? i mean, you know, to do something like that with your 4-year-old child, whatever age your child is, right next to you and be part of it was what you and i said yesterday, before he discussed it publicly, we said that's going to be the deal-breaker. you don't do that with -- >> i know, and the idea that
time, right? in that moment you are taking a picture of your kid and you know that as you're taking that picture you've chosen your urge or whatever it is over your child. >> yeah. >> like you've made that choice in that moment. >> it's a tremendous act of selfishness because you're only thinking of what you want right now and not who it's going to hurt. >> this is her quote. she said, "after a long and painful consideration and work on my marriage i've made the decision to separate from my husband. anthony and i remain devoted to doing what is best for our son, i can't say i'm sure. i know what i did. i stayed because i didn't -- little people do not deserve big people problems. >> yeah. >> and we give them to them all the time, and i just -- you make that decision. i said to my kids as they were growing up, almost all the time. you know, you guys and i, we all have the same -- we're all alike in that. we're all one decision away from a disaster. one bad decision that can destroy your life, and so think about it, what you're going to do before you do it.
>> a lot of people would like -- you were talking about ryan lochte. wouldn't he love -- you saw him the day before that incident. >> it was so weird. we were just talking about that. he was on the show in rio with us talking and laughing before the whole incident happened, and you almost wish you had a crystal ball and you could have said to him look, tomorrow, everything is going to go south. your endorsements, your career, all that stuff. >> yeah. >> so take a minute because you don't know what's ahead. you think that you're just -- you know, it's just another day. >> yeah. can we do a hats off to a woman to a woman you're going to learn -- her name is jesse graff. she was on that "american ninja warrior" and she did something that no woman has ever done. she became the first female contestant to complete stage one of this course and seemed to do it with ease. >> look at this. >> hold on. hold on. >> i mean, look at her.
>> they're all rooting for her. >> the internet is about to blow up! >> the internet is about to blow. >> oh, my goodness. >> she's going to make history! >> oh, my god. that was so exciting. >> you can see that she knows her stuff. she's a stuntwoman, which i think and just awesome. first atime a woman, huh? >> yeah. and she seemed to be having fun. like you think there would be a gritty face. there was a lot of joy. >> i said before, you know, wouldn't -- couldn't -- i need -- any of the final five do that we said probably not because they're not tall enough. >> they have to jump over -- you know what, maybe they could, though. when you're watching the course. >> wouldn't it be fun to see if they could? >> see them leap through the air. >> seems like there's nothing they can't do. anyway, maybe they can also be on "dancing with the stars." >> one of them will be on and season 23 has been announced. here it is. olympic gymnast laurie hernandez is going to be performing. we love her. >> and so is ryan lochte. he can redeem himself with this
people like to forgive. >> they really do. theerz here's the one i'm most excited about. marcia. marcia from "the brady bunch" is going to be on, maureen mccormick, oh, my gosh. >> rapper vanilla ice. >> reba? >> no. that's marilu henner. former texas governor and presidential nominee ricky perry. have him as ricky. rick perry. >> when he's dancing. and marilu henner. >> wasn't marilu already on it? >> i don't know. >> sorry but she's probably going to -- marilu is a trained professional dancer. >> what? >> her mother owned a dancing studio and ran a dancing studio. marilu grew up living in a dance studio. sorry, marcia. >> don't you mean marcia, marcia, marcia? okay. wait. i wondered because i've been looking for this sound bite. i thought i remembered hearing it, and someone said they never
>> but apparently they did. >> because we dug it up. let's see. >> all i hear all day long is how great marcia is at this or how wonderful marcia did that. marcia, marcia, marcia. >> you'll never guess what. i just got a call from the school. i've been made editor of the school newspaper. >> that's fine, honey. >> marcia, marcia, marcia. >> were you a marcia? >> no. you? >> i was jan. i was jan. i had glasses and was always left out. i was jan. >> but look at you now. look at you now. all righty. we want to say -- we want to say how sad we are and also want to send our love to gene wilder's family. his beautiful wife karen. he passed away due to complications stemming from alzheimer's disease. he was 83 years old. he brought so much joy for so many years and so many fantastic performances. starred in classic mel brooks
"the producers" and "young frankenstein" which was my favorite. but the role he's most identified with is your favorite. >> willy wonka in "charlie and the chocolate factory." i think it was one of those that as a kid it made you so happy. you actually believed you could be there, like the way that it was told. we're saying we always wondered why -- like that wasn't a broadway show or hasn't ever been one. it looks like it should be. it's got the music. it's got all the -- >> it's got all the heart. >> all the heart. >> anyway. i was not dear friends with gene and his wife karen but i did know them and we had dinner occasionally. the last time i made an effort to get together with them was last summer, and i invited them for lunch and his wife was so sweet and she said, he has good days and bad days, can i let you know as we get closer. and the day before she called me and she said he's not going to be able to make it. yeah. you know, the man was so kind. >> yeah. >> here's a living legend. >> right. >> and what you noticed when you were with him is how gentle he
>> wow. >> and how kind he was. >> wow. >> so we send our love to his family and -- and i feel grateful that, you know, i got to touch the genius for a little bit. he was so much fun. he really was. okay. we just scratched the surface. and that's a hint because we're still going to give it away. >> mm-hmm. and never slip on your staircase again. lou's got some life-changing home products that will help you out right after this. ? is it too late now to say sorry ? anything meant to stand a body without proper foot support can mean pain. the dr. scholl's kiosk maps your feet and recommends our custom fit orthotic to stabilize your foundation and relieve lower-back, knee or foot pain from being on your feet. find your nearest kiosk at drscholls.com. also available from dr. scholl's: heavy duty support for lower back pain, lightens the impact of every step.
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lou. >> wow. >> wow, lou is being sweet today. >> time now for lou's life changers. >> yes. >> when we show you some innovative products that make your life easier while solving those pesky problems around the house. >> from preventing slipping on the stairs or hiding the toilet brush. contributor andhouse host of "house smarts" -- ? lou manfredini ? ? he's got a name that rhymes with ? ? federico fellini ? >> wow. >> that was very good. >> a lot of people don't know what fellini is. >> nice to see you both. >> nice to see you. >> a bunch of products that really make a difference and this is something that's really common, slippery stairs. >> oh, yeah. >> and you have wood stairs going up or even carpeting where it's a little bit slick
no-slip strips, and they are these clear acrylic strips that are super durable, very thick, and you literally can order them to length if you want. you peel them away, okay? and okay, that's the one i did in the tease. here you go. you peel them away and then you tape them on the edge of the step like this. and you apply them evenly. and there's a roller you can buy from them or you can buy from anywhere. and it's like you're rolling o >> will it completely disappear, though? >> it will. take a look here. it matches the color. you're going up and down the stars and it's slippery. you can use it on carpeting. you can use it on everything. once all the air bubbles go out, yes, you'll see that strip, but it's way better than falling, and you can order them. in other words, if you don't want to cut them, you can order them by the roll or you measure the step and you minus two inches and they'll send you the precut strips. you tell them how many you need. starts at $1.17 for a strip. >> smart if you don't want to
>> people can die that way. >> if you want to hide your plunger and all those things. >> this i saw at the international housewares show. it's called hide it. and in a wall, anywhere, you know, you've got depth. you can cut into the wall. and everything fits inside of there. right next to the toilet in the side. you can paint this door to match the wall color sow won't even see it. >> nice. i great. >> thank you. >> thank you, lou manfredini. we like that. >> common problem with the dryers is when you have to make the connection for the hose you have to pull the dryer all the way out and you have all this extra hose so literally a body can get behind it and tie it and you shove it back, you pinch the hose it can cause a fire. or the dryer just isn't efficient enough because you're restricting the air flow. this company invented this thing called magnavent. imagine this little piece is on the end of my dryer over here. and this is the part that you would normally connect to the hose. but the dryer's out way over
this is the connection that's by the wall. as you slide the dryer in. over here, over here. there's a magnet. >> magnetic. >> yeah. >> so you can just line it up, and, boom, it connects. >> say boom again. we like it. >> boom. done, and it's awesome. it's awesome. you're going to love this. nuts and balls. >> what are -- oh, no. >> what are they called? >> such a setup, right? >> eco-nuts. tree in the himalayas that have a natural surfactant that you put in the laundry. people with sensitive skin, you can wash your clothes with those. >> what? >> what do you mean? >> put them in a little bag like this, four to five nuts in this bag. >> they don't even feel real. >> they're real. they come from the himalayas. it's got a -- it's called sapanin that's inside of there. it naturally washes your clothes so if you have sensitive skin and don't want to use any detergent. >> sow don't put any detergent in.
then you use these balls. >> watch out. >> the balls you put in the dryer. the whole idea is to fluff the -- fluff what's in there so you use less energy in your dryer. moving on. >> that's one of the first things i've really loved learning from you. >> okay. moles, voles and chipmunks. this is called the moma spike. i'm normally not a big fan of these electronic devices. this one really works. no chipmunks. put the batteries in it. no, no, hear me out. it does that every 30 seconds. you take it to where you have the problem, and you drive this into the ground. >> and it looks like a little sprinkler or something. >> there it is. >> you won't hear it. >> but the chipmunks and the moles, they'll think oh, that's one of my buddies, he's in distress, let's get out of here. >> they won't go to help him? >> they have a solar one. >> they don't even help their buddies? >> they don't. >> they are not navy s.e.a.l.s.
you fill this up with water. you put it in the back of your car. you're going hiking and taking the dog on a walk. they get muddy boots or you're at the beach and then you rip this out and it's already charged up. you turn the water on. two gallons of water. >> very cool. >> wow. >> or you want to water the plants on a balcony and comes with a little sprayer. >> it's awesome. >> do you have to pump it or something? >> just fill it with a garden hose. >> or from your sink you get a little adapter. >> wow, lou manfredini. those are good. >> nuts and balls. >> if you have a question for lieu go to klgandhoda.com, hit that connect button. >> great news, you can treat yourself to mac and cheese and chocolate cake for only about 500 calories. >> joy is turning your favorite junk foods into healthy food right after this. ?? they don't make 'em in adult sizes? this is what the pros wear. look at the lines... uhhh... look at the other line... mm...mhh... that's why he starts his day with those two scoops...
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it's brain teaser tuesday, and we want to share a head scratcher from our friends at forbes.com. >> here it goes. what is unusual about the following words? revive, banana, grammar, voodoo. >> some more. >> assess, potato, dresser, uneven. what is unusual about -- t letters. we have to see it again. >> they definitely all have letters in them. >> no. >> assess, potato, dresser, uneven. >> the answer is coming up after the break. plus, we're going to have some smart people around here. >> she got up early to be with us. >> actress jill flint joins us straight off "the night shift." >> and chocolate cake for 150 calories. jay bauer did it again turning junk food into joy food. >> and find out if you're a
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>> oh. who had time to figure that out? >> there's a word for that. >> no, palindrome isn't that. >> not backward. >> onomatopoeia is when something sounds like it's written. >> palindrome is -- but you don't have to -- it should be backwards and forwards without moving a letter. we're not that smart. >> not every day, hoda. "today" nutritionist joy bauer has outdone herself once again. >> she took two of your favorite comfort foods, mac and cheese and chocolate cake, and transformed them from junk food to joy food. >> yes, i did. we have countless submissions and challenges for mac and cheese. this one comes from sharon in florida and if you get it in a restaurant because of the big mound of white starch and the full fat cheese and cream and portion that portion will cost
got creative. here are the ingredients. a lot of traditional stuff for the sauce, the milk and reduced fat cheese, a little parmesan, but instead of the noodles i'm going to be using spaghetti squash. >> you do that a lot. you make that substitution. >> so what you're going to first do is either bake your spaghetti squash, nuke it in the microwave and save yourself some time. i love to do that. or you can put it in the oven for about 45 minutes. and after it's nice and soft you let it cool, and you just make your noost >> scrape it right out. >> that looks easy. >> the longer you bake it or nuke, it i think that would be the easier -- it is, right? >> a lot of people have trouble cutting it, and all you need to do is put it in the microwave and soften it up for about four minutes. then it's soft, you can cut it, you put it back in and nuke it. now, something very important. you want to use a paper towel. and you're going to blot the top to get some of the moisture out
indulgent sauce you don't want it to get watered down. >> okay. >> now we're going to make the sauce. we have in here half a cup of milk. i'm using non-fat to cut calories. you can use any kind of milk. not yet with that. we're going to put in some soy sauce, put in some hot sauce, a little bit of onion powder. we're -- >> those things don't add calories, do they? >> no. >> a little bit of butter does. >> that adds the flavor. >> not the butter yet. >> sorry. >> having a bad day. >> this is about a quarter cup of milk with a tablespoon of corn starch, but you can also use any flour to thicken it up. or you can use arrowroot. just a little bit. now you can put your cheese in, hoda. >> thank you, joy. >> and we've got to add a little butter so there's just a tablespoon. >> whoops. >> ready, here we go. >> not the whole thing. >> exactly. this is going to thicken up nicely. let's make believe it's nice and thick after a couple of minutes and here we have it. we're now going to put it in the sauce, in with our spaghetti squash.
>> and then i'm using the shell as a vessel. so let's do all of this. >> i'll give kath a taste so we can try it -- >> and move on. >> one thing that's very important -- >> the cake which hoda really cares about. >> topping this with broccoli parmesan breadcrumbs. there's no starch in here. it's pulsed broccoli florets with a little bit of parmesan. you pop this into the oven. 370 calories. this entire thing. here's the beauty. portion. >> 370, that's nothing. >> what do you think? >> that's really, really good. very good. >> mm-hmm. >> two up. >> real comfort food. >> got to go to chocolate. >> now we shaved all those calories, we have room for dessert. this comes from nancy in new york city. she said joy, make me a lightened up lava cake. chocolate lava cake, typically 550 calories. >> wow. >> we're going to make one serving for 150 calories. typical ingredients but instead
>> mix it all up. >> two tablespoons of a whole wheat white flour and now we'll add in a tablespoon of sugar and a tablespoon of cocoa powder and a little bit of baking powder and a pinch of sauce. >> and we'll try it while you mix. >> hoda, this one is a non-dairy and that one -- >> i like this one. >> go for it. >> i know. >> now i have it. >> i'm putting in a little bit of applesauce. i'm putting in a little bit of milk and some vanilla, and all you're g t here's the batter over here. i spray the mug. you put this into the mug. >> nuke it. >> nuke it for 120. >> you did it, joy. two more care rolts. lava. very important. this is light pudding right inside. >> all right, easy. way to go, baby. did it again. >> awesome. now for a taste of country mixed with rock 'n' roll. >> chase rice performs his newest hit live. >> and the doctor is in.
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they are timed release so if i crush them they absorb faster. >> do you always carry norco around on you? >> i had suffered a broken leg and got some from a medic before i left. >> good thinking. >> hello. >> how are you? >> good, how are you? >> so there's lots of great buzz around for this new -- this finale. tell us a little more that you can without giving it away. >> >> yeah. >> and we have this patient who is in extreme danger of possibly losing her leg and we're trying to get out of the fire and save our own lives all at the same time. >> never a dull moment. >> never a dull moment. but in this clip specifically jordan has this norco in her pocket, and it was -- she happens to know that it was stolen from the hospital by scott's girlfriend. >> oh. >> and she's trying to keep the secret. >> tangled web. >> she's dealing with the fact of whether or not she wants to tell him or not.
>> i think that -- what's interesting about our show is the combination of the military along with the medical. so it adds a little bit of a extra twist. >> explain that part about the military. >> it takes place in san antonio and that's a military town and so a lot of our doctors have served or are about to serve. also a teaching hospital. so stories outside of the hospital and they take us over to afghanistan and it just -- >> yeah. >> all put together. really makes an explosive mix. >> shall we play a little game? do you feel like playing? >> she looks scared. >> since the show is called "night shift," we're going to play songs for you with the word "night" in them and see if you can identify the song. >> finish lyrics. >> song number one. ?? >> commodores.
>> "all night long." >> oh, yes! ? all night long ? >> i love that. isn't that good. >> great. >> it's not commodores. it's lionel richie, right? >> lionel richie. but he's part of the commodores. >> all right. song two. ?? >> bee gees "night fever." >> you said you weren't good at this. >> should we end on a high night or go for one more? >> let's do it. let's go for one more. >> song three. ? oh, what a night ? >> "oh, what a night." late december back in '63. >> that's it. that's all of it. >> who sings it? >> you know that. >> no, i don't. >> big hit on broadway. >> the four seasons. >> yes. the four seasons. >> "jersey boys." >> got it. >> 3 for 3. >> season finale of "the night shift" tomorrow at 10:00, 9:00 central right here on nbc. coming up, he toured with kenny chesney and now chase rice
>> announcer: the city concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. chase rice is a country singer with one very eclectic resume from college football star at the university of north carolina to a stint as a nascar pit crew member. >> you may also remember chase as one of the finalists on "survivor" nicaragua back in 2010 where he came in second. god knows why he didn't win. but he turned his attention then to making music. and after touring with superstars like kenny chesney chase is now a bona fide country star. >> paid his dues and here to sing his latest single "everybody we know does." >> what hoda said. >> welcome, welcome. >> appreciate y'all. >> so now you're bona fide. >> i guess so. that's what y'all call it. we've had a couple good summers. like you said, dierks bentley,
own. we have another tour coming up. >> everybody we know does. basically my life from the time i was a little kid until now on my farm in tennessee. couldn't be more me. >> we're looking forward to it. here it is. that way, hoda? okay. ? everybody we know does ? ?? ? not everybody throws their empties in a truck bed ? ? pours sweat off 40 hours for a paycheck ? take it to the bank at 5:00, save a nickel, spend a dime ? ? on living it up ? ? not everybody knows an outskirts sky glow ? ? yell turn it up sang every word of friends in low ? ? not everybody likes a friday night ? ? covered in dust ? ? but everybody we know does ?
? that's what we love ? ? that's how we were raised, how we grew up ? ? runs deep in our veins way down in our blood ? ? everybody we know does ? ? put your boots to the ground ? ? till the sun goes down ? ? kill a couple long next till we come back around ? ? nah, it ain't no big deal around here for us ? ? everybody we know does ? ?? ? not everybody understands how we make it ? ? hold it together when we feel like breaking ? ? not everybody knows what we're made of ? ? but everybody we know does ? ? that's what we do ? ? that's what we love ? ? that's how we were raised, how we grew up ?
? everybody we know does ? ? put your boots to the ground till the sun goes down ? ? kill a couple longnecks till we come back around ? ? nah, it ain't no big deal around here for us ? ? everybody we know does ? ? everybody we know does ? ?? ? not everybody knows an outskirts sky glow ? ? yell turn it up sang every word of friends in low ? ? but everybody we know does ? ? that's what we do ? ? that's what we love ? ? that's how we were raised, how we grew up ? ? runs deep in our veins way down in our blood ? ? everybody we know does ? ? that's what we do, that's what
we grew up ? ? runs deep in our veins, way down in our blood ? ? everybody we know does ? ? put your boots to the ground till the sun goes down ? ? kill a couple longnecks till we come back around ? ? nah, it ain't no big deal around here for us ? ? everybody we know does ? ?? ? everybody we know does ? [ applause ] >> yeah! >> that was awesome. >> keep that right there. hey, thank you. >> thank you so much. >> that was awesome. >> we're giving away an awesome prize, everybody. five lucky viewers. you're invited to stay. >> i feel like i'm the one being given away. >> by the way, that was awesome. that was so fun.
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all right. we hope you're feeling lucky because it is time to give it away. >> this week's prizes -- a microsoft surface 3, worth $499. >> providing the perfect balance of performance and value, the microsoft surface 3 has a lightweight design with the power to run full office software. and it has up to ten hours of battery life. >> let's find out who the winners are, hodawoman. >> you go first. should point out that we have a big spanky line getting ready.
new york, one of our winners. >> way to go, katie. hold on. i'm getting mine. >> ladies. >> hold on. and chase is coming, too. we have to wait. mark finch from lake ominor, california. come on, chase. >> david ingram from port montgomery. >> wait. >> chase. >> he's no fool. >> wait, chase is smart. i've got somebody, kimberly mcbean from west bloomfield. >> what's mi again? >> michigan. >> yes! >> making sure. we're just testing you. >> one more, hoda. ri open? >> either wednesday or thursday. >> they're playing at the u.s. open. what's the last one? >> kate clancy from stonington, connecticut. >> congratulations to all of our winners. we're going to shred the non-winning entries and make sure you enter again. you're our caboose, baby. >> go to klgandhoda.com. oh, my god. they're not doing it. >> chase is afraid.
>> i will get back there and spank chase. you're supposed to spank. >> ow, ow, ow. my mission is simple. to make you money. i'm here to level the playing field for all investors. there's always a bull market somewhere. and i promise to help you find it. "mad money" starts now. hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money." welcome to crameri friends. i'm just trying to save you some money. my job is not just to entertain you but educate and teach you. call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. tweet me @jimcramer. look, there's just too much of everything and too many companies beating their brains out competing against each other. that's why the urge to merge has become a major problem for this market. when that problem goes away, as it did today web food giant mongolese walked way from its bid to hershey, after they couldn't agree on a price.