Farmed and Dangerous
In a special interview, Cramer spoke with actor Ray Wise, star of the new Internet comedy Farmed and Dangerous, which takes a cynical look at the mainstream agricultural industry. The series is sponsored by Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG) and is designed to bring awareness to the healthy and organic food movement.
Wise said his character, Buck Marshall, is the CEO of the fictitious Industrial Food Image Bureau, or "I FIB" for short. He said the goal of the series is get people thinking about where their food comes from so they can start making better decisions.
Farmed and Dangerous is not a commercial, Wise said, and is produced just like any other theatrical production. Chipotle has a very "light footprint," he noted, and the project lives on its own merits.
Cramer said in today's cynical society, projects like Farmed and Dangerous may be just the thing to help get Chipotle's message of "Food with Integrity" across to the mainstream.
No Huddle Offense
In his "No Huddle Offense" segment, Cramer asked if investors even remember why they were selling stocks so feverishly just a few weeks ago?
When PPG Industries (PPG) reported a fabulous quarter earlier this month, the stocks was pulverized despite having delivered for shareholders time and time again. Now, just a few short weeks later, the stock hit a new all-time high.
PPG is not alone, Cramer noted. Eaton (ETN), another AAP holding, and countless others also have seen the market's wild mood swings.
So the next time Cramer advises "buy into the panic," maybe investors will listen. But then again, probably not.
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-- Written by Scott Rutt in Washington, D.C.
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