35 Burst results for "$16"

A Godward Mind

Pray the Word with David Platt

02:18 min | 2 weeks ago

A Godward Mind

"Matthew chapter 16 23, but he turned and said to Peter, get behind me, Satan. You are a hindrance to me for you are not setting your mind on the things of God, but on the things of man. Wow, what a moment, as Jesus looks at Peter and keep in mind, the context here, Peter is just confessed, right before this, Jesus, you're the Christ, the son of the living God, it's a major monumental moment in his life and the disciples lives as all kinds of other people are saying all kinds of things about Jesus, but they confess, you're the Christ, the son of the living God, and Jesus answers him. It says blessed are you for flesh and blood of not revealed this to you? My father who's in heaven revealed this to you and I'm gonna build my church on you and on this confession that you have made and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. It's an awesome moment, then Matthew tells us about how Jesus begins talking about how he's going to suffer and die and on the third day be raised and Peter takes Jesus aside and begins to rebuke Jesus. Saying far be it from you, lord. This will never happen to you and that is when Jesus turned to Peter and said get behind me Satan. You're a hindrance to me. Wow, what a statement. Get behind me, what you are saying is from the devil. And it is a hindrance. To me, I can not imagine. Being in Peter's shoes in that moment, what are you thinking? You're so confused, like, you thought you were encouraging Jesus. This is not going to happen. You're not going to suffer and die in this way. And Jesus says, get behind me Satan. You're a hindrance to me, and then he says, for you are not setting your mind on the things of God, but on the things of man. And I just want you to let that last sentence soak in today as you think about your life. Are you setting your mind today on the things of God or on the things of man,

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Day 16: The Suffering of Job

The Bible in a Year

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Day 16: The Suffering of Job

"We are reading today day 16 from chapter 31 and 32. Job 21 and 22 and proverbs three, 9 through 12. Let's get started. Genesis chapter 31 and 32. Now Jacob heard that the sons of Lebanon were saying, Jacob has taken all that was our father's and from what was our father's he has gained all his wealth. And Jacob saw that laban did not regard him with favor as before. Then the lord said to Jacob. Return to the land of your fathers and to your Kindred, and I will be with you. So Jacob sent and called Rachel and Leah into the field where his flock was, and said to them, I see that your father does not regard me with favor as he did before. But the God of my father has been with me. You know that I have served your father with all my strength, yet your father has cheated me and changed my wages ten times, but God did not permit him to harm me. If he said, the spotted shall be your wages, then all the flocks or spotted. And if he said, the striped shall be your wages, then all the flock or striped. Thus God has taken away the cattle from your father and given them to me. In the mating season of the flock, I lifted up my eyes and saw in a dream that the he goats, which leaped upon the flock or striped, spotted and modeled, then the angel of God said to me in the dream, Jacob, and I said, here I am, and he said, lift up your eyes and see. All the goats that leap upon the flock are striped, spotted, and modeled. For I've seen all that laban is doing to you. I am the God of bethel, where you anointed a pillar and made a vow to me. Now arise, go forth from this land and return to the land of your birth. Rachel and Leah answered him. Is there any portion or inheritance left to us in our father's house? Are we not regarded by him as foreigners? Free has sold us, and he has been using up the money given for us. All the property, which God has taken away from our father, belongs to us into our children. Now then, whatever God has said to you, do.

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Heres Why NEAR Protocol Coin May Witness 16 Drop In Coming Week

Coingape

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Heres Why NEAR Protocol Coin May Witness 16 Drop In Coming Week

"3 p.m. Sunday January 15th, 2023. Here is when your protocol coined me witnessed 16 drop in coming week. Under the influence of the rounding bottom pattern, the near protocol coin witnessed a parabolic recovery which pushed its prices to the 2.83 barrier. Though this pattern set the near price for prolonged recovery, the coin is poised for a temporary pullback to stabilize aggressive buying. Should you enter this dip key points? A the post terese wine your protocol coin may witness 16 drop in coming week appeared first on coin gape.

Crypto Job Listings   BreederDAO, Metacrafters, Microsourcing   Jan. 16, 2023

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00:28 sec | 2 weeks ago

Crypto Job Listings BreederDAO, Metacrafters, Microsourcing Jan. 16, 2023

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'Avatar: The Way of Water' is the first No. 1 movie of 2023 | EW.com - Entertainment Weekly News

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

'Avatar: The Way of Water' is the first No. 1 movie of 2023 | EW.com - Entertainment Weekly News

"Avatar the way of water blows away the competition at the box office for a third week. With the latest. This is our home. The Avatar sequel earned another $63 million in movie ticket sales, according to studio estimates, it's actually gaining momentum, earning $7 million more than it did last week. Avatar is way ahead of the number two movie puss in boots the last wish, which made $16 million. Black Panther Wakanda forever is in third place, followed by Whitney Houston. I want to dance with somebody. Babylon is number 5.

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Guarded By Prayer

Pray the Word with David Platt

01:32 min | Last month

Guarded By Prayer

"Chapter two for 16. So guard yourselves in your spirit and do not be faithless. What a simple verse, potent command that just very simply leads us to pray. They think about it. God's saying to his people, guard yourselves in your spirit and do not be faithless. Do you realize what this is very clearly implying that if we don't guard ourselves, we will grow faith less. Maybe just turn that around to be faithful requires guarding yourself in your spirit. Faithfulness doesn't just come naturally. It comes through Supernatural, God, empowered effort to guard ourselves to guard our hearts to guard our minds so that we might be faithful, full of faith. You know, obedient, oh, isn't this what we long to hear in our lives at the end to stand before Jesus and hear him say, well done, good and faithful servant. This is my constant prayer. I would encourage you. Make this your constant prayer. Amidst whatever you're walking through, amidst whatever circumstances you find yourself in right now, whatever God has entrusted to you, that which is great or easy, wonderful, and that which is hard, not easy. Doesn't feel great to pray in the middle of both. God help me to be faithful.

Crypto News  Regulatory Roundup November 19  December 16, 2022

Andreessen Horowitz

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Crypto News Regulatory Roundup November 19 December 16, 2022

"12 a.m. Tuesday, December 20th, 2022. Crypto news regulatory roundup November 19th, December 16th, 2022. The post crypto news amp regulatory roundup November 19th, December 16th, 2022 appeared first on andreessen Horowitz.

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Market Analysis Report 16 Dec 2022

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Market Analysis Report 16 Dec 2022

"10 a.m. Friday, December 16th, 2022. Market analysis report December 16th, 2022. UN to send USD C to displace Ukrainians coinbase launches ERC 20 asset recovery tool Hong Kong Bitcoin and ether ETFs draw in 75 million.

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America Has a Lot Going On...

The Trish Regan Show

03:14 min | 2 months ago

America Has a Lot Going On...

"So Elon Musk just invited Donald Trump back on to Twitter, but is it going to matter? Is he going to go? I have said all along, he set up the whole thing as a rival. This may be an olive branch. And it's not Elon's fault. That comes just a little too late. Hello, everyone. Welcome to the program. I am Trisha, and we're going to talk about that. Plus, Kevin McCarthy is making some big plans there at the house and there's going to be some big changes coming to the House intelligence committee, which probably needed to happen. And we're going to explain exactly what they are. Welcome. I'm trusting this is a Trish Regan show portions of today's program are brought to you by legacy precious metals. I encourage you to go to legacy precious metals today, go to legacy p.m. investments dot com actually slash Trish and sign up. We're going to have another one of these discussions, wonderful discussions. You, me, the CEO of the company talking about the challenges in America faces right now. But the only way you can participate in that and it's all for free is to go to legacy p.m. investments dot com slash Trish today or go to my website and I'll make sure that you get the invite. If you sign up for my newsletter at Trish Intel dot com, again, it's Trish Intel dot com. Sign up for the newsletter. Okay, we got a lot going on. We get a lot going on. Donald Trump may be back on Twitter. I doubt it, but he's still on truth. We get Kevin McCarthy planning big, big changes, which are important right now in our House Intel committee, and we've gotten a country that's really hurting, still, America. We love this country. I love this country. I know you love this country. And we're struggling. We're struggling because we've got a very uncertain economic future, but I'll tell you this. We can not lose hope. It's really important to stay focused to know what the goal is. And I'll tell you, especially if you're a senior, especially if you're a senior because there's so much bad stuff out there, but I know that you probably know deep down. That if we work together, we will be a stronger America together because that's how it happens, right? And history has proven that. It's why I'd love to see you join forces with an organization. I think it's just incredible, and they're doing such incredible things. And it's the American association of mature American citizens. The association of mature American citizens. Also known as amac, by the way, you can go find them at amac dot U.S. slash Regan today. It is an organization that really exists to enrich the lives of seniors. Uphold the freedoms for all Americans by pushing and fighting for conservative causes, we need people out there standing up for those conservative causes. And you can be part of this membership comes with all kinds of great things you get. Cell phone plan discounts and restaurant discounts and the hotel discounts so go today. It's just $16 a year and you're going to be able to join forces with more than 2 million people that care is passionately as I know you do as I do. About this nation and you'll get advice on Medicare and financial planning and all that good stuff.

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British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak makes surprise visit to Kyiv

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak makes surprise visit to Kyiv

"Britain's prime minister has made a surprise visit on Ukraine's capital Kyiv for talks with Ukraine's president Arriving at Ukraine's presidential palace as snowflakes fell from above UK prime minister Rishi sunak shook hands with Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky as they joked about the weather in his first visit to Kyiv as prime minister sinak promised to send Ukraine more air defense technology including well over a hundred anti aircraft guns The $16 million air defense package comes as Russia has been pounding Ukraine's energy infrastructure the barrage on key targets including the power grid has caused widespread blackouts for millions of Ukrainians amid freezing weather Sunac praised Ukraine's strength in the face of Russian aggression The courage of the Ukrainian people is an inspiration to

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Malcolm Nance: Bravo to Generation Z for Leading the Nation

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:02 min | 2 months ago

Malcolm Nance: Bravo to Generation Z for Leading the Nation

"Bravo, to Generation Z for the youth to turn out the vote and to understand what was at stake, you know? That grandma and grandpa, you know, in many parts of America, apparently, are doing meth. And have decided that, you know, a bloated orange billionaire is their only Salvation and destroying the entire social welfare network is the American way. These kids saw better. And they're leading us now. You know, the David hoggs, all the rest of you. You know, God bless you for taking care of, you know, for essentially taking care of people like me who think, you know, the Walmart shoppers who think Donald Trump is a living God. And that, you know, that there were was going to become law that they would take away all rights from the other 65% of America. They really saved this day. More importantly, we have instilled into the minds of many people now that you have to vote every time.

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Malcolm Nance Discusses the Wayward Ukraninan Missle Hit on Poland

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:38 min | 2 months ago

Malcolm Nance Discusses the Wayward Ukraninan Missle Hit on Poland

"This was obviously a huge relief this morning. The missile that hit Poland was probably a stray fired by Ukraine's air defense and not a Russian strike according to Poland and NATO. Yesterday, obviously easing concerns of an escalation. Just give us your thoughts. Well, first, you know, I've been in that relatively immediate area of where that strike. Where that missile exploded. A lot of activities were along the Polish Ukrainian border. And I did training out in that area, and we were under constant air raid alert. Constant air raid alert. And you know, these missiles take hours to fly to their targets. And they have to fly through several air defense zones. And each air defense zone, you know, has its own air control radars, air detection radars, and its batteries of surface to air missiles. And when you come into an area like where this hit, which is northwest of the city of lviv, those missiles had to have flown hundreds of miles to get there, right? To FYI you when they shoot those hypersonic missiles off of these bombers over western Russia, it's a 17 hour car drive from one end of Ukraine to the other. So it's a very long missile flight, even at three, 400 mph. It takes some time. So the air defense systems are waiting for you, right? And they try to engage you as far away as possible. In a 360° protective circle. And sometimes like this one, I suspect the missile went up, went to the east, tracked on the cruise missile, and one of them may even have destroyed the cruise missile, but they launch in Paris generally. Yeah. And the other one was tracking it as it went west and it just went stupid as we call it. And crashed into Poland. I'm glad that they're, you know, Russia didn't lose its mind and didn't try to do anything deliberately. I'm glad that it wasn't an accident. Because we need to tone down this whole, let's go to World War three stuff. Yeah. Because Ukraine, you know, was attacked by Russia. We all know that. But there's no need to really want to escalate. And then Ukraine is. I mean, when I heard this yesterday, I was like, ah, Putin's invaded Poland. Where does that sound familiar? I mean, because at first, you know, you didn't know what it was. So yeah, you're right. It's a relief,

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DC proposal to end "tipping minimum wage" goes before voters

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

DC proposal to end "tipping minimum wage" goes before voters

"A controversial tipping proposal has been approved by voters in the nation's capital I Norman hall Voters in Washington D.C. have easily proved a controversial proposal to change the pay structure for service in other workers at Washington's bars and restaurants Initiative 82 eliminates the so called tipped wages system restaurant owners pay certain staff members well below the $16 ten cent minimum hourly wage on the assumption that the difference would be made up through customer tips currently restaurant managers make up the difference at the employee's tips for the night don't raise the income to the minimum The issue sparked fierce opposition from owners and

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House GOP Unveils 'Commitment to America' Agenda Ahead of Midterms

The Officer Tatum Show

01:24 min | 4 months ago

House GOP Unveils 'Commitment to America' Agenda Ahead of Midterms

"Republican Party wants to give us a little hope. They came out with their commitment to America plan. It outlined a few things, but here are some of the here are some of the specifics of the plan according to Kevin McCarthy. The House minority leader under the first thing an economy that's strong, Republicans outlined the following. They want to fight inflation and lower the cost of living, curb wasteful government spending that is raising there and bring stability to the economy through pro growth tax and deregulatory policies. Okay, I think they need to get a little more personal. They still sound too wonky. Make America energy independent and reduce gas prices. They need to refill the strategic petroleum reserve. Another thing they don't list on here, they need to get rid of these CRs. These continued resolutions, where they can spend as much money as they freaking want because we don't have an annual budget. I'd like to see them force Joe Biden's hand. Make America energy independent and reduce gas prices is the second thing by maximizing production of reliable, cleaner, American made energy and cut the permitting process time in half to reduce reliance on foreign countries prevent rolling blackouts and lower the cost of gas and utilities in essence they could have said what Sarah Palin said, drill baby drill.

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Nicole Saphier: Stacey Abrams' 6-Week No Heartbreat Claim Is Wrong

The Officer Tatum Show

01:25 min | 4 months ago

Nicole Saphier: Stacey Abrams' 6-Week No Heartbreat Claim Is Wrong

"But here's the audio clip that I want you to hear. This is doctor Nicole Safire, audio clip number 5 profile, Sean. What's going to happen on social media? I'm waiting for those warning signs for information labeling because this was a flat out lie. In fact, matter, especially when you're talking to people and especially when you're in politics and you're wanting people's votes. Unfortunately, people are going to believe what she has to say. But I'm going to just deliver the truth and point out is a complete lie. So at about three weeks after gestation or after conception, the hearts of the cells of the heart, the myocardium starts to rhythmically contract. So really, the heart starts beating at three weeks. Yes, you can start seeing the heartbeat 5 to 6 weeks after conception on the ultrasound. But that's only because it's so small and because of all the other structures are in the way with the pelvis. But that heart is contracting very easy. Early on, it is not a conspiracy. It is not anything to do with what she's talking about. And I think that she needs to be held accountable for the lies that are coming out of her mouth. Yeah, I absolutely agree with doctor sapphire. She's absolutely right. And I think Stacey Abrams knows the truth, but she's a Marxist. This is what you have to understand. This is why I want you to see Uncle Tom too. I want you to understand how far the marxists have taken us. How far they've taken the black community, where we are the people that are going to be most likely to be aborted. Stacey Abrams support this and then she spills out a lie, saying that, listen, there is no heartbeat at 6 weeks. Absolute complete and utter lie

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Newt Gingrich: There Will Be a Bigger Republican Tsunami Than Expected

The Officer Tatum Show

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Newt Gingrich: There Will Be a Bigger Republican Tsunami Than Expected

"This is what Newt Gingrich talked about the midterms and what he thinks is going to happen in the midterms. And I hope nude is right. I don't want you to take your foot off the gas. Pretend as if we are going to lose. I think the house, listen, we'll do a decent job. The Senate, in my opinion, I know there's better polling out there. They seem to our candidates seem to be polling better. Send your money, they need help now. And make sure you take somebody out to vote, but do not let your foot off the gas. Do not take freedom for granted this year. But I do want to play what Newt Gingrich had to say. Here's what he said. Audio clip number one, pothole. Okay, all right, so Newt Gingrich was talking about the midterms and he said he believes that it will be a much bigger Republican tsunami than people currently expect.

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Biden's Rhetoric Against Republicans Influenced Murder in North Dakota

The Officer Tatum Show

01:28 min | 4 months ago

Biden's Rhetoric Against Republicans Influenced Murder in North Dakota

"The guy that killed him, the guy that ran him over, the young 18 year old was calling his mother after the spat, he was walking through. I believe it was an alleyway of some sort. He calls his mother for a second time first calls her and says, hey, do you know this guy or whatever calls her back or she calls back? I forget exactly how it goes. And when she tries to call back, there's no answer. Her son, her son had been killed. By this guy, Shannon Brent, because the guy came back, he first called the police, he left the scene. He comes, he comes back to the scene, he admits that he had run him over. Said he had a little bit of drink. Frankly, I don't care. 41 year old grown behind man. Gets in a spat over politics with a kid that he says was a Republican extremist. He, listen, take a look at the picture of the kid online. Taylor, Ellington. There is no way that kid was any type of freaking terrorist. But this is the, in my opinion, the danger of the rhetoric that the Biden administration and those on the left, this is exactly what they can cause. We had Ashley babbitt, we have Taylor ellingson. In my opinion, both murdered. That's my opinion. Both murdered.

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Carl Jackson: There's No Better Place on Earth for Blacks Than America

The Officer Tatum Show

01:51 min | 4 months ago

Carl Jackson: There's No Better Place on Earth for Blacks Than America

"You know, I always tell blacks when it comes to America. You can talk about slavery all day long. But what would Satan meant for evil God turned to good? There's no better place to be on the earth for blacks than America for anyone than America. That's why we have a border crisis. So why they don't have border crisis around the world like we have here in the United States. Officer Tatum, he said something that really struck a court with me. It was just a simple quote. But it hit me right in the heart. He was like, this is not black culture. This is a facade and when you watch the film, you see the illustrations of the black rappers and I mean just all the demonic crap that they're into and I sat there thinking and I know he experienced it too. I saw pictures with you officer Tatum with those gold teeth. So I know. I know. I know you know what you're talking about, and he was a cop. But it also struck a chord with me 'cause I remember that I didn't want to be a thug. I was a wannabe thug. It was my environment. It was my, some of my quote unquote Friends. And I wanted to feel safe and you walk around and you just want to feel hard, you want to feel tough, you want to be tough because you don't want to be pumped and I hate it. Living in an environment like that. So it's like you put on a, you know, you put on this facade. It's like a game of charade. But inside, I knew that's not who I was. But I didn't want to be, I didn't want to be a punk. I didn't want to be punk'd. But I can tell you as I as God saved me and changed my heart and allowed that facade to just come off of me, man. It was such a freaking relief.

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"$16" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"$16" Discussed on KTRH

"Hour illegals from Haiti continuing to cross the border more than 14,000, now living under a bridge in Del Rio, Texas Congressman Kevin Brady from the Woodlands, telling Fox will somebody better take responsibility for this? Is it time for someone high ranking in the Biden administration to resign. You know, I would think it's beyond that time. Is this not an invasion elsewhere. We've got the Senate parliamentarian dealing a big blow to the left open border policies. You know, they were trying to sneak in amnesty for all these illegals. And they're big trillion dollars Socialist spending plan that they call a budget reconciliation. Nope, The parliamentarian says. You can't do that. Immigration is a matter of policy. Not budget. It is 7 33 as your time West Virginia Democrat Senator Joe Manchin, thus calling for his party, the Democrats to put a strategic pause on this spending plan until next year, but Bernie Sanders Who? Basically it's his plan, told CBS. He thinks some kind of deal has to get done. We came together and I expect because of the pressure of the American people were going to come together again and do what has to be done. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. Nonetheless, they want to ram through a vote by the end of September. And they probably will. 7 33 is our time. The third special session of the Texas Legislature begins today in Austin. And here's Ktrh is Jeff Biggs. Sure, it is rare but important. Five items on Governor Abbott Agenda Redistricting allocation of the $16 billion in federal coronavirus aid requirements that youth athletes compete within their biological sex, some sort of vacuum mandate prohibition and the establishment of a criminal penalty for the unlawful restraint of a dog that is Brad Johnson with the Texan who expects the biggest fights to be with that transgender bill and the vaccine mandates. He also says this is a big finale four Governor Abbott. This is the last chance that he has to shore up his record ahead of his reelection bid aimed at quelling the displeasure within his own party, especially to his right flank. Good to hear bread on with you and Jimmy and we'll see if the Democrats stay put Yeah, we'll have all those conversations up ktrh dot com Go to the Houston's Morning news page and you will hear our podcast. They're there for you. Thanks a lot, Jeff. It's 7 34 now. We've been talking a lot about hospitalizations have been scaring you to death about how many people are being hospitalized, But you know what? New research proves that the numbers have been over reported and in a big way. That's because medical researchers at Harvard, Tufts and Veterans Affairs argue nearly half of Covid hospitalizations are mild or asymptomatic, having tested positive while treated for unrelated issues. Nurses whether doctors like just about every single case they can find or trying to report as a covid 19 case they will do so Attorney general would feel represents Houston Methodist staff suing over the hospital's vaccine mandate. This study is showing us is what we've known for a long time now that the number of folks who actually have covid is being over reported in another Well, folks that actually have serious issues related to Covid also has been over reported one constant throughout Covid. The U. S death rate remains about 1.5%. Nick Raykovitz, NewsRadio 7 40 ktrh. It is now 7 35 to naval aviators out of Corpus Christi been hurt one seriously after their jet crash near Fort Worth. Our police units responded. An initial units reported that one pilot had ejected and was caught in some power lines and another pilot had ejected and was found in the neighborhood. Nearby. Yeah, and officials say on the ground at least three homes there in Fort Worth suffered significant damage from that crash. 7 36 is our time. And there is a medical officer. Hey, we Arsenal has now egress the vehicle. The first of the man that's the inspiration for spacecraft. You.

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"$16" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"$16" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Y o D. Watching $16 radar Not too bad at 78 degrees in Deerfield Beach, 77 in south Miami. At 613 Silver Trail. Middle school students are under arrest after they're accused of making threats against their Broward school over Snapchat When it comes to safety. There is no joking around any statement that may be interpreted as a threat made via phone text, social media posts or through other means will be acted on and there will be consequences. Robert School Superintendent, Dr Vickie Cartwright says. Those include expulsion. She has a request of everyone. Want if you see something Say something. 12 year olds in this case are all charged with making a written threat to do bodily harm or commit an act of terrorism. One child faces an additional second degree felony charge. We can numbers in from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention since Friday, just over 33,000 new coronavirus cases are confirmed. There is some good news when it comes to the statewide positivity rate. It's down to 13.5%. That's the lowest in nearly two months. Florida Hospital Association reports 11,385 new covid patients That number down nearly 16% in the past week, despite covid case numbers dropping by about half since July, there's still about 1400 new ones reported daily rates of transmission is important to even if you're fully vaccinated to lower the amount of dose of the total amount of virus that you're exposed to, I use Dr Mary Jo Trap to is cautiously optimistic that the third surge maybe past us Now that school is in full session and the Labor Day weekend is over. But you know, it's while the state has seen case rates and Totalization declined. Some county still have rates 2 to 3 times higher than in South Florida. Things getting back to normal at Seminole Classic Casino in Hollywood Earlier today. First responders rushed six people to the hospital. Casino spokesman Gary Bitner says a fire suppression unit being installed exploded, burst through the drywall. At least 20 injuries were reported six people had to be rushed to the hospital. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken is defending the U. S withdrawal from Afghanistan 20 years. 2641 American lives lost. 20,000 injuries. It was time to end America's longest war, he argued. No one anticipated the rapid collapse of the Afghan government on Wall Street. A mix session with the Dow Jones Industrial Average of three quarters of 1% 262 points closed at 8 34,069, the S and P 500 added 10 points, but the NASDAQ lost 10 points on the day. Another update coming up at 6 36 04 Glenn Beck is next after we check whether I'm Al Lewis NewsRadio, 6 10 w i o D. It's the Dolphin Carpenter tile Labor Day sale get the guaranteed lowest prices on all flooring with 0% interest for up to 60 months. We'll see the chance of a shower or thunderstorm across.

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"$16" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"$16" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"On $16 rate, keeping an eye on 16 Doppler radar and seeing played a thunderstorm activity over Miami Dade County, Hialeah downtown Miami. Some rain for Yu, Broward County as well. Southwest ranches. Pretty good thunderstorm just blew through there that's headed off toward Fort Lauderdale, where it is 79 degrees at 501 Governor Romney Santis, reacting to the Biden administration's plans to require as many as 80 million private sector workers to get vaccines against Covid 19. He says. Even if people make a choice that turns out to be wrong, the government shouldn't be forcing people to get a shot. How could we get to the point of the country where you would want to have someone lose their job? Because of their choice about about the vaccine or not. The Santa says the state will fight the feds on behalf of people who are just trying to earn a living. As he puts it, the president expected to deliver remarks on the policy. When that begins, we will bring it to you right here at W. Y O D. Meanwhile, Miami Dade School employees are about to get a bonus for protecting themselves and students just in time for the holiday season. Miami Dade School employees both full and permanent part This is live coverage from ABC News here is Correspondent Aaron Carter's Good afternoon, President Biden is about to unveil executive orders that require all federal workers and government contractors to be vaccinated against Covid 19. What we're about to hear represents something of an escalation from previous action, the president announced back in July. And it comes as the delta variant continues to circulate around the country, causing a spike in hospitalizations. Here's the president. Good evening, my fellow Americans..

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"$16" Discussed on The Interchange

The Interchange

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"$16" Discussed on The Interchange

"I think of climate tech founders have gone from being beggars to being almost two full with with capital. And it's now up to them to be able to right size there rounds so when you think about raising around especially at the earlier stage you want to set valuation which is really the expectation for what your company is going to do in future. You wanna set that valuation bar not too high but not too low so that you can outperform the milestones and the expectations needed to get to the next stage. So the problem not necessarily the problem but the word of caution now is that because there's so much capital coming into the space it's really easy for founders to raise outside rounds which means that from an ownership perspective because venture capitalist want to maintain a certain percentage of ownership that means that they have to get to higher valuations. And so right now. That seems all in great. You have a ton of capital you have a really great valuation. Everyone wants to work for your company. It's all over the news but then if you can't reach you know that certain revenue or era target or that's certain manufacturing milestone by the next round. You're stuck in this weird. Maybe purgatory period. Where you have to either do a bridge round or wait it out until you can get to that next stage and then maybe you run out of capital in between that. So there's a lot of dynamics that play outside of just wanting to raise a ton of capital when you can in this moment and i think those are areas that founder should be a little bit. More cautious about is thinking through the next stage. And how you want that valuation to be aligned notoriously what everybody said about cleantech one dotto And then i think many folks say about climate to is everything takes longer than you think it's going to is true. This is like a truism at all businesses right all startups but particularly true in these sectors because they tend to be big industrial sectors..

"$16" Discussed on The Interchange

The Interchange

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"$16" Discussed on The Interchange

"Be able to add strategic value value. Add from the from the earlier stages. I think it's there. I agree with you. there's value there's a lot of value that the corporate investors bring and there are super important part of the ecosystem and often super board part of the syndicate. It's also in my mind positive that they represent a minority share. This market right. There is clear there clearly. A lot of hard minded financial investors be they dedicated to climate or not who are saying. This is a generational opportunity for wealth creation in addition to being absolutely necessary. If we don't wanna burn the planet down and so we believe this to be a good prudent use of our lp's capital Which corporates don't always have to say right there structure differently but some of them have strategic mandate over a financial one. You don't want a sector that is built entirely off of that because that doesn't doesn't give you the show of strength And the blessing of Those who are just in it to make money which ultimately correlates pretty highly with like impact of a company at scale so to close out. I guess the question that i have heard for both of you is so you have in the climactic. Vc ecosystem right. You've got a lot of the investors who are readers and you engage with. We also got a lot of the entrepreneurs and as we've said it's a good time to be an entrepreneur in the space. There's no question. Both because capital formation is there and easier than it was before you're gonna be able to raise capital if you have a credible story and credible technology and a good team because that will be more available to all along the way because the pathways exit may be clearer and because there's increasing recognition of urgency a need for whatever you're doing if it's climate solution but it's also somewhat of a perilous time because there are so many new companies getting spun up and you know diligence timelines are compressed. And all that. How do you think about the lessons that this gives to founders given all of this explosion and activity in funding what should founders be thinking about as they are company for me. Firstly we try and make it easier for them to parse through the noise so it wasn't long ago that i was in the position myself of raising capital for a business that we would now coke a climate tech business and i spent weeks figuring out who was serious about deploying dollars into the space mike agricultural technology that i was building a business in And so when kevin. I set out to start type..

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"$16" Discussed on The Interchange

The Interchange

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"$16" Discussed on The Interchange

"But it's actually comprised of a whole bunch of different sectors. That are all kind of mashed together. So and and as you said the first wave what we called cleantech at the time was pretty concentrated. I would say it was a lot in. It was almost entirely energy Mostly in electronics. But also things like bio-fuels so some energy on the fuel side as well but mostly in energy and smattering of other things. Around the periphery. What does it look like today like how. What's the breakdown. Sectorally of this climate tech investment. We've actually done the hard work of of trying to break it down. But i would caveat that this is something that's constantly evolving. There's kind of the more traditional clean sectors as well as emerging sectors so the way we broken it down so far into big buckets so the first thing energies so within energy new generation pathways energy storage energy efficiency and h back. Then we have the mobility sector. Which is things like. Batteries hems micro mobility but one example there. That's been a challenge in of itself is how to bucket battery companies because they kind of fit within the mobility and energy vertical so those are just some challenges just trying to black and white categorize what is in which sector i think the third largest bucket has been food and water so within that agriculture tax aways to increase crop yields more sustainably alternative synthetic protein has been a huge one that investors have poured into vertical farming food. Waste what. I think are emerging but really interesting sectors are what we call a climate so that being climate risk into ensure attack monitoring intelligence through satellites or drones even things like air pollution sensors and then there's the category of carbon tech which includes carbon tracking and accounting software carbon offsetting software carbon removal pathways whether permanent or nature based than we have two more categories. Which is the industrial sector so ways of mining more sustainably ways of producing industrial ways of producing industrial based processes more sustainably like through steeler cement. And then finally there's the category of what we call consumer which are things like es g investing platforms. sustainable packaging circular economy. Those kind of fall within that larger bucket so again. There's no way of perfectly categorizing everything. But i think based off of the deal flow that we were seeing. This was the best way to group everything into buckets and label them. Accordingly so in percentage terms out of the dollars break down amongst those sectors in the first half of this year. Yeah so in terms of dollars of capital funding. Interestingly enough or not surprisingly mobility makes up more than fifty percent of that again ribian plus northolt. They're probably i mean. That's i don't know it's pausing on that for a second. This is where we're seeing a lot of the late stage exit activity at the moment. Right this is why There's been all this back movement around all the vm's and the charging companies and all that kind of stuff like clearly where the dam has broken. I in the public markets has been mobility so to some extent. It makes sense that that's where a lot of the money is flowing today. Yeah it's like. The tesla effect essentially that starting off with the mobility sector right people talk about tiger cubs a lot in the vc world. But like the tesla cubs is a whole other thing. We wrote a little piece on that too. We were just thinking about the other day shale. I don't know if illinois would appreciate this but we put out something about the tesla mafia being the here and now version of the paypal mafia from back in the beginning of silicon valley. 'cause we track these deals but we also track the founders..

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"$16" Discussed on The Interchange

The Interchange

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"$16" Discussed on The Interchange

"Enough. It's actually less than the amount that we've dragged in climate tech which. I think there's a lot of reasons behind one. Is that climate tech just encapsulates more sectors. It's not just energy transportation. It's food and ag it's carbon tech etc. And then the other big reason to is that i think for a lot of harder tech climate solutions for example batteries or they require a lot more upfront capital in the form of venture investment. So when we look at these growth stage investments for example north volt and riviera's raise which were both two billion plus made up five billion in total of that sixteen billion amount. It's a lot of capital that's required to stand up factories to manufacture these technologies versus companies and cyber cybersecurity which are more software centric. And there's a ton of fifty million one hundred million plus rounds but rarely do we see those billion dollar scale rounds that are required for these harder tech and i think that also gets to a really important point about what's going on here. How investors are thinking about climate tech because the mere existence of a couple of two billion dollar. Private market rounds is an indication that investors investors in those rounds believe that there is an outcome. There is an exit pathway. That is many multiples of that right. So you have to believe that these companies in this case reviewed and northolt. But there's a bunch you know one step down the list as well can be ten twenty thirty eight hundred two hundred billion dollar companies in fact. There's you know reporting right now that ravine is is looking to ipo. Later this year like an eighty billion dollar valuation that whole phenomenon is relatively new. But for tesla basically there wasn't a ten billion dollar climate tech company a few years ago and so one of the things that is both exciting to me and makes me slightly nervous. Is the idea that wait a minute. The opportunities for these companies to scale to something really large appears clearer now than it did in the past and that is driving more and more funding into the space. And as you said. Kim like these massive mega around that can contribute to a big portion of the total at also push us to think about where that capital is coming from where those giant waves of kind of new funding into climate. Tek mega rounds is Falling from the sky from right like there's been a trend for a long time towards. Es g investing from institutional investors like pension funds that have decided made a choice to align their investing with with environmental social governance targets They've.

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"$16" Discussed on The Interchange

The Interchange

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"$16" Discussed on The Interchange

"New deals dailies to a large extent. So let's let's Compare the growth and tech over the last year to the growth in vc overall. Because presumably everything has come out of the hole with guns a blazing. Yeah so we took the time and looked at you. Know pitch books overall tracking of that same year over year q. Two twenty two to twenty twenty two q two of twenty twenty one range and within that time deal amount of capital funding grew by one hundred thirty two percents slightly over one hundred percent whereas comparatively the climate tech deal capital funding grew by over two hundred percent so definitely a focused acceleration within climate tech versus the comparative overall market and that contains sectors like artificial intelligence cyber security. So pretty exciting to see that you know enthusiast enthusiasm from the investor market within climate. Tech's specifically it's nice to be able to quantify what we all felt pretty qualitatively even during the pandemic times rate so this concept if we can still remember back to when the pandemic was in its early stages. Everyone was interacting with their fridge. You know more for the first time in cooking food for their family and being in their homes and thinking about energy efficiency in resource use in trash and and the world and your engagement with the environmental side of it became more tangible And maybe that's a little funny way of personalizing investors or thinking. It's it's silly to think about humans eating like re-engage with their environment and their climate choices. But you impact on some of these spaces like agriculture and food and mobility and building and energy usage. That saw a real pretty unprecedented up surgeons in investing coming right out of the pandemic and will never know for sure. I suppose but you can't help but think about investors or people to and And founders are definitely people do and they were engaging with these decisions in a pretty like unprecedented way during the pandemic. so i suppose there's some green silver linings throughout all experiences. I mean. I think that it's impossible to quantify this but i think that the impact of last year's wildfires in the bay area on the air quality in the bay area may turn out to be the single most important driving factor of venture capital investment in climate tack. Because there's been this enormous surge. We'll talk more about this. In a bit in generalist investors who are not only doing climate tech all the time like we are but who have discovered a newfound interest for it. And i think it's because it was so immediate to so many of them from not being able to go outside their house for four weeks last year during pandemic yeah. Climate change is unavoidable. Now right and we all feel it pretty intimately..

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"$16" Discussed on The Interchange

The Interchange

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"$16" Discussed on The Interchange

"Well look no further because the intrepid team at climate tech c. Which is the leading newsletter. Climate innovation have gathered and crunch this data. The climate of dc newsletter is an incredible resource. That everybody should subscribe to if you don't already In addition to being a by weekly newsletter with all sorts of good content they includes a job board. If you're interested in finding roles within climate tech it's got an investor list if you're raising capital and more. Ctv's led by sophie purdham and kim zoo. Who are my guests this week. Sophie is a sustainability business practitioner at an early stage climate investor in addition to being intrepid journalist. It's etv see. She was also the co founder of the microbial fertilizer company. Cool bio and kim is an investor working with meet at energy impact partners in addition to moonlighting as one of the leaders of climate. Vc so with no further ado my chat with sophie and kim kim and sophie. Welcome to the interchange. Thanks for having shale to be here very excited to have you both For the first collab- between the inner change in climate vc. Let's let's start. Do you guys have been doing this. For what a year and a half now more or less and so you started tracking the world venture capital and innovation and in climb attack In early twenty twenty how did you then and how do you now. Define climb attack is a question. I get a lot. Maybe kim. i'll have you kickoff. Yeah this is a question. We get a lot as well and i think from our side. Climate started off as anything involving mitigating the effects of climate change. But that definition has really evolved as we see all these climate related disasters happening so for me personally. That definition has evolved to you. Anything making our world more climate resilient as well and i think the question we get the most often. How is this different from cleantech In my eyes. I see cleantech more focused on energy and transportation That was win. Kind of the solar and wind renewables revolution happened whereas climate tech is more involved with comprehensive verticals like food and water industrials even things like carbon removal and carbon tech. So i think there's just a wider world of industries that are related to climate tech versus purely cleantech. I think that's right. Yeah i've been asked that question a lot too. And i think it's funny. There's i think there's ways in which Climatic is broader than cleantech and there are ways in which it is narrower so like for example you just described cleantech at least the activity in the innovation in the funding specifically around cleantech mostly went to energy actually and then to a lesser extent to mobility. And now were looking at agriculture and food and industrial and all this kind of stuff so now way climate is broader on the other hand Cleantech also in its earlier. Iteration included a bunch of sustainability related stuff. That wasn't about climate innovations in water and other types of sustainability. Where it so in this context climate tech is like very narrow. It's solutions to solve one problem. Which is climate change. So i find it interesting. The ways in which they overlap each other but have the kind of their own categories but nonetheless climate tek clearly a category today and obviously a burgeoning one which is what we want to talk about back to the point of the like the difference between cleantech one point oh and climate tack. I think across the red of all of the industries the climate tech touches. There's one unifying metric..

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"$16" Discussed on The Interchange

The Interchange

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"$16" Discussed on The Interchange

"Maybe that's a little funny way of personalizing investors are thinking. It's silly to think about humans. Eating re engage with their environment and the climate choices but made a huge impact on some of these spaces like agriculture and food and mobility and building an energy usage. That saw a real pretty unprecedented op surgeons in investing coming right out of the pandemic and we'll never know for sure i suppose but you can't help but think about investors or people to sixteen billion that's billion with that's our number this week and the amount of money that has flown into the climate tech space purely in the form of venture capital purely in the first half of twenty twenty one. Where's all this money going. And where is it coming from. This is the inner change..

"$16" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"$16" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

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"$16" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"$16" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"$16" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

Life in 16 oz.

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"$16" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

"My pants so the thing i was curious about is where is their footprint so if you go online again to bear bottle dot com they do have a map that shows where distribution is and. I'm like why is it so small. Why is their footprint so small brandon. Not they're not mass distributed brewery so for those who can have don't know what all that entails. Is we have our own sales team. We have delivery drivers. We have on delivery vehicles. We kind of have this. you know. Soft disdain for distribution In the sense that we wanna make sure that all the relationships that we have with bars and restaurants retailers there are relationships. You know there's nothing standing in between us and our customers What's nice about. This is this model is it allows us to get beer out to people super fresh and super fast or example when we aim. Amd a twelve hundred. You know gallons of forty barrel. Batch of hazy. Ip a there's a good chance that sixty percent seventy percent magic goes out the next day you know and that's cool because then the bars that are putting the beer on draft or cans the retailers equipment cans on the shelves. Like you're getting one day old beer versus having to sit through distributors warehouse. And they're going to sell the older stuff first before they sell the pressure stuff though the limitation of this is your question how far we can go while we only go as far as we can drive to enacting one day so the go as far north as sacramento in some of the suburbs surrounding it the go as far east as livermore and then we go as far china's southwest as santa cruz. So it's kind of that triangle Can between us in the day. That said we get our beer out you but we also you know sell two to four. We also sell through craft shacks brandon. I had another question. Okay yeah i wrote them all out on my my steno pad or whatever they want to come on all right. So if there's a bunch of competitions bunch of homebrew is going on in their just winning awards and they're so connected to these things. Is there a bit of a backlog with these potential bruise or is it a constant hunt to try to find the next thing. Obviously they are. Home brewers themselves. They are comp certify. Beer judges they have won awards so i was kind of curious. How is it regarding the scheduling of keeping the rotation going. Oh we've got the next several months to the day Because we'll have van men who listen to podcasts. while that was a good one With lindsay and have cannabis come in right now coming to once a week for us in. Doing six hundred chase runs sometimes twice sometimes twice a week and doing you know. Twelve hundred can runs in a week. But we need to make sure that we because because we've make life and beer difficult on ourselves you know by doing all these iterative beer new recipes. What that means we gotta be really good about ordering ingredients because you know just making a recipe you can have all the great ideas and all the write thoughts and really cool flavors. Well doesn't mean if you don't have the aggressive vs ingredients on the day of brewing if they're not there sometimes so then..

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"$16" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

Life in 16 oz.

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"$16" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

"Whereas it seems to be a little muddled now right. Real people are jumping on the bandwagon. Quick with the hazies. But i think west coast. We're going to come back and they're always going to be there. He better have one on your tap because you know there's some people that like he's okay but they want i mean for me like i can always take a west coast. I could anytime any day in. My favorite is odell. Ip from fort collins. colorado. Yeah and i want to clone that one so bad and i want to do that one because we we drank so much of that that the representative come and say. Hey you drink the most of this. And i wanna find out who you are. Yeah look at that. We've got to know the rep really personal and co workers. paul knows. I used to have a hookah lounge right. Yeah would sell most models of the odell. Ip than anyone in town and it was only because me and my partner were drinking all right so there you go did that. Go well with with the hookah or how did that go. Oh it's it's anything like spicy. Food was great but he told me he's like he wanted to personally and find out who was drinking the most bottles of their stuff like us you know. He opened corporate card in. Like he get a table and just spend money and and then bryan bryan just like you know merch there you i have the led sign and stuff i know the led but you know the the neon brian brandon keep on drinking. Whatever the hell you drink and you keep on drinking. Pbr brendan and see if the pbr comes up. Well we had a funny story maybe last or a few episodes ago where somebody drank was it. Oh i forgot but they came out and he. The person decorated their entire condo or parts but light and in canes like literally like wallpaper and they said we're going to give you a lifetime supply of this beer and they outfitted in the words if they said. Hey my my fridge is running low. They would ship them an entire cases in cases cases. Two point where they were using it for crown molding. I'd system on the ceiling. So yeah that's the kind of stuff you want to be sponsored by like. I'm kind of running low on so and so and hell. Yeah if you wanna drink zaps absolutely even even that one guy hundred. oh no. he wasn't maybe one hundred. Maybe it was like ninety something even something but he he claimed i drank a xyz..

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"$16" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

Life in 16 oz.

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"$16" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

"And now i'm double batching now. Most days was double batching While i'm i'm bruins two batches of beer and to twelve gallon batches a beer because i have to fourteen gallon fermenters and i wanna fill 'em botha at the same time and it takes all day. It's a ten hour day trying to juggle two women at least spend six to six to twelve days with them when a for ferments. So i've been over brian's house and he has his garage outfitted in. I think this is a true stamp or snapshot of a of a home brewer. You know your see grain bins. You see a stainless steel hanging from multiple different hooks and you obviously see after the side. He has conical mentors. Which are you know the stainless steel things have curved bottom in just ridiculous amount of of stuff that connects to it. Just beautiful stuff. I of the. I one of the things that really attracts. Brewers is the beauty of stainless steel. It looks so pretty but again the efficiency of what he's doing now. It's quite an epic. To be able. To control certain things the mash temperature the sparse temperature the fermentation temperature. And he is. He is a diy. God i mean he likes to tinker and i think you just mentioned Well i don't wanna say he will mention it in the next upcoming interview with bare bottle about diy and can you. Can you explain a little about how you well i think. A lot of home. Brewers they they. I look at solutions with what they got. You know if you can make something out of an avocado snorkel and a paper clip. Then go for macgyver. You know. But when i'm looking at a two hundred dollar keg washer online and i can put it together at the local hardware store for you know sixty bucks in a bucket then. I'm going to go for that first until it fails me or until It's not working anymore. And then you change it up. But i think every home brewer has but half diy half. I want the good stuff but worse. The nice i mean. Obviously you're going to spend money on this spot but maybe over here you want to save some money so you make it make it work and there's so many burris in some i've been to that. Have dairy tanks something. They got from a dairy farm. That has been re purposed to be a mash tun or from tation vessel. And just the name of the game a brandon that was horny toad brewery in row rowena or ruina texas. That's right. They had a dairy equipment and they sprayed the installation on top of that stuff. So they can they can control fermentation in one hundred and ten degree plus west texas temperature. So give us an example brine from from you arriving in california to sort of figuring out where you wanted to be on your brew house efficiency with your equipment to maybe going. You know what. I'm getting pretty good at this and finally going well validated. So i need to. I want to put my stuff into a competition right right so it came to a point where you know i knew. Other brewers in the area really local and it might circle was pretty small. So i wanted to reach out..

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"$16" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

Life in 16 oz.

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"$16" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.

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"$16" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"$16" Discussed on WTVN

"Weather station NewsRadio $16 get to the end into the news. Move for the big story Here is Alison. Why it Well, the Fraternal order of police have filed a grievance in the Officer Adam Coy case. We believe in due process for everyone, every citizen, every officer. And we think that's important and we will follow the law what we're required to do, Columbus F O P. President Keith Farrell said today. They are asking for an extension of arbitration. Pharrell added that everyone deserves to hear what happened The night that Andre Hilda died. Body camera footage shows that now former officer Coy opened fire on the 47 year Old Hill at a Columbus home on December 22nd. NBC News is reporting, the FBI and the New York Police Department gave Capitol Hill police information about the possibility of violence during the planned protest. Last Wednesday, the FBI reportedly got Intel about people who were planning to travel to the nation's capital with the hopes of turning things violent. Federal agents even visited some of the homes of those people they contacted and convince them to stay home. Investigators today are looking at more than two dozen cases of domestic terrorism since the protests on Capitol Hill. The PGA is breaking up with President Trump. Meanwhile, the 2022 Gulf Championship was supposed to happen at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, But the PGA America president Jim Richardson, says quote it has become clear that hosting an event at Trump's club would be detrimental to the PGA of America Brand. The Trump Organization, however, says the decision to pull that championship from Bedminster is a breach of a binding contract and Ohioans left without a job amidst the ongoing pandemic are getting a bit more assistance from the federal government. The state Department of Job and Family Services says. Those eligible will get an additional $300 a week thanks to the latest of federal stimulus bill that was designed On December 22nd. Those benefits will last through March. 13th your ABC six first warning weather partly to mostly cloudy skies today chilly outside with a high of 37. Currently it is 32 degrees and Alison Wiant our next report at four o'clock when the news goes viral.

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