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ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
UC Davis Chancellor Posts Video Denouncing Charlie Kirk Before Event
"Respect to concerns related to violence, you see policy permits denial of requests if the speaker will present a clear and present danger to the campus. And council notes, the policy explicitly states the campus carries a heavy burden and justifying such a denial under these circumstances. Our counsel also notes that there is a similarly heavy burden for criminal prosecution for incitement of violence. In short, while I abhor the inflammatory speech of this speaker, you see policy permits the student organization to invite the speaker. Please be assured that we are monitoring the event closely to determine if a threat or incitement develops that meets that threshold or violates other campus policies. I understand and share your objections to a speaker whose rhetoric is offensive, and clearly intended to shock and provoke. As aggies, we are motivated by a desire to do what is best for our diverse community and for society as a whole. But as a public university, dedicated to the pursuit of deeper understanding through the free, open and civil exchange of ideas, we must also support an environment conducive to the discussion of widely varying ideas and points of view. We are committed to the First Amendment, and we are required to uphold it. But just as we support students rights to invite speakers to campus, we also affirm the right of students to freedom of expression and to speaking out against hate and discrimination. For us to refuse these rights to any of you, would be in violation of the U.S. Constitution, the explicit policy of the UC system, and our own campus policy. We can't control how these groups operate, but we can work together to neutralize and negate their influence. We can deny them the responses and reactions they require to fuel their campaign of antagonism. Provocateurs like this thrive on conflict. So having to speak to an empty room would make a powerful statement. Seeing a community united against hate celebrating our beautifully diverse community and standing together in support of our trans and non binary aggies shows those who would divide us how hopeless and futile their efforts are. And always
AP News Radio
Taylor scores 28, leads No. 24 Texas A&M over No. 2 Alabama
"Alabama lost for just the second time in 18 SEC games is number 24 Texas a and M beat the second ranked crimson tide. 67 61, wait Taylor poured in 28 points and the aggies made its late free throws after Brandon Miller fouled out a and M was leading by two when Miller took a seat with two minutes left. He had 19 points. The aggies closed on a 16 7 run and improved to 15 and three in the conference. The aggies led 32 22 at halftime after limiting Alabama to its fewest points and a half this season. Bam I went two for 19 from three point range in the first half. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
New Mexico State holds off Bowling Green in Quick Lane Bowl
"Diego pavia throws a pair of touchdowns to lead New Mexico state pass Bowling Green 24 19 in the quick lane bowl pavia escape pressure and extended plays the healthy aggies jump out to a 14 zero halftime lead and give head coach Jerry kill his first ever bowl victory. For him to have his first one tonight is just crazy just because, you know, he's born winning. You don't like to lose. He's hard hat lunch Bill. He's everything we stand for. Ag is running back. Amante Watkins ripped off a 45 yard touchdown run in the third to extend New Mexico state's lead to 17, the aggies ramp up the season 7 and 6, Bowling Green quarterback Matt McDonald was knocked out of the game in the first quarter as his falcons finished 6 and 7. Then he capped Detroit
AP News Radio
Jalen Milroe, No. 1 Alabama escape Texas A&M, 24-20
"Top ranked Alabama survived the absence of the reigning Heisman Trophy winner by getting a late goal line stand to beat Texas a and M 24 20 Jalen Miller had three passing touchdowns and his first collegiate start while Bryce young rested a sprain right shoulder The crimson tide needed two late stops from will Anderson junior and the defense They got them to overcome four turnovers and two missed field goals The aggies had the ball on the Alabama two with three seconds remaining but Haines kings passed to Evan Stewart fell incomplete to end the game I'm Dave ferry
Fore The People
US Amateur Champ Sam Bennett on How He Got Into Golf
"I want to know, so you're the definition for the you really are. You're a whole grow Texas kid, blue collar background, which we love. That's why we wanted you on this show. Because that's who we target. I don't want the kids that were members for private clubs at the middle of highland park. I don't want those kids on the ship. We just don't, we don't care. We know. They're all the same. Backgrounds are all the same. Can you talk us through your early stage? When you got started playing golf as a young kid, how you got into it. Just give me your background. Give us from day one. Yeah, so family was obviously in pretty good golfers. Dad was good at grandpa was good. And I grew up and I was born in a house, those about two miles away from a non whole course of masculine Texas and I went out there every day and play golf until Galileo got dark and my grandpa always told me I was different. I would drop balls and a bunker and hit three shots and if they weren't all inside phosphate he had thrown back and not hit him again and he just said there's something different and I just, you know, we would go out there and shirts and bathing suit and flip flops and just play it was really chill and once we got to high school we were able to have a good time and then I guess once I got to where I think I could play the next level, my dad was far enough and he got us a membership at traditions here were the aggies practice and ever since I could get a license how to come over here and practice and I said that was a good move on my dad get a membership over here and kind of get my name out there around this area.
The Podcast On Podcasting
"aggie" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"Thousand. It transcription service. It's called Otis, so it's all double TER dot AI. And that I have used 40 TR. Yes. Yeah, that's the one, exactly that. So I put there all my podcasts, so there is it's fantastic to have a written record of what you. It's much easier to search for things and go back to previous episodes. And I also use it as a note taking. When I record, for example, a solo episode often I would record my thoughts about it on there, and it transcribes it in pretty much real time. And then I have that as a framework on which I can base whatever I'm going to say. So yes, that is the most invaluable service I use. There are others, but this is the best. What else do you use those transcriptions for? I know you serve them. I know that it helps you kind of figure out things on your own. I guess what I'm curious on is, are you one of the people that posts the full transcription somewhere to help with SEO or something else? I boast the transcription on the website notes. So the extended show no shall we say. And the other thing that I really use it for and it's invaluable is because I do this called consolidation. So I go back in my previous episodes and pick up topics, for example, goal setting, or meditation, or things like that. And I pick up three, four, 5 patients that speak about that and collate them into one episode where I present it very concisely in 20 minutes, one can hear 5 experts on meditation. For example and get it. So that is it would be impossible, and I think to do without transcription, because I want to remember who said what, but it's very easy like this to search and classify. Awesome. Well, with you and your 230 plus growing episodes, I hope that the listener goes and checks you out. It's personal development mastery, development, mastery. And you'll just scroll down into our show notes today. And you'll be able to find the link to that. You can go over. And feel free to listen to a couple of episodes and give auggie a honest written review. And if you do that, let them know that you heard about him here. And we will jump off augie, thank you for jumping in, giving us all of your tools, your tips, some strategies, some of your thought processes with who your avatar is on your podcast, who they are in your business, how you serve them, what you do to come up with the questions for your listener. And just some of those processes were really, really helpful. That big takeaway of having us get help and end today's episode by mentioning that our company grow your show, grow your show dot com. And we didn't plan this or anything like that. This is just auggie's answer and response. But I figured it might be helpful for me to let you know the listener that grow your show does help with a lot of that promotion. So if you're somebody in the same position as augie, who wants to offload that promotion, one thing you can do is just go to grow your show dot com schedule call with me and see if you and I could work together so we can get that piece off your plate. And finally, my team has another couple of transcription companies if they can think of it and put it in the show notes will add that as well so that there's a couple of options. So if you scroll down and you want a transcription service, you should be able to find one there. The first 6 episodes of our podcast. This is the podcast on podcasting. Is a course. So if you're brand new, it would be helpful for you to go through that course. It's kind of course where you don't have to give me your email. You don't have to get pixel data. It's just right there is for 6 episodes of this podcast. Girl brack, check it out. And learn what you need to learn to be able to have a top podcast. And before we go, mister Aggie, it's like miyake. Mister Miyagi. When I said mister Aggie, it made me think of this karate show that I listened to a long time ago. All right, perfect. We are not cutting that out. It's too fun. Auggie. What are your final thoughts for our listener? I will say it's also for you as the host that some of the out of those conversations, the hundreds of conversations that I have made for my podcast. Particularly, I enjoy the ones that, on the other end, it's also a podcaster. So there is some kind of connection over a poor old vibration between these conversations. So this was no exception. I really enjoyed it very much. And I wanted to thank you for allowing me to share what I did and also for this wonderful job that you do with helping people to start and grow a broadcast because it is, in this time that we live, it's very important to make a difference if you can. And if you're thinking about having a podcast, I think you should. Awesome. Thank you. I love it. I appreciate it. Go and check out auggie and his podcast and his website, which are in the show notes, scroll down. And we'll see you on the next episode. By the way, one way to ensure that you don't miss out on great content that we're producing on a regular basis is to make sure you're subscribed to the show. You need to be subscribed or following the Apple podcast. Or wherever you listen to it, in order not to miss all of that. And before I let you go, I need to mention because a lot of people are asking, do you help? Can you help me with this? And the answer is yes. My company actually does it. It's called grow your show. And you can find that at grow your show dot com. Our clients, they call us the easy button for podcaster because they simply have to record their episode and they know that every single thing else is done for them. We sweat the hard stuff so you can be the star of your show. 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The Charlie Kirk Show
Kyle Rittenhouse Shares Some Major Life Updates
"So you have a couple announcements that you want to make here on this program. And the first of which is let's kind of talk about what you could talk about with the lawsuit stuff. Let's start there. So are you are you able to talk a little bit about the lawsuit stuff? Well, what I will say is that we hired Todd mcmurtry, Nick Sandman's attorney to help with these lawsuits and that we're going to be taking on some cases really soon. You know, I'm just saying, but new report out, Kyle, LeBron James of billionaire now. Oh. Just, I don't know if that's helpful. I don't know if that might be something that you guys might want to take a look at. But he could definitely pay. LeBron's got a lot of money. And then the other thing is, I was actually in, I was actually in Texas a couple of weeks ago, touring a couple campuses. My Dave has some really good friends out there, so we went out there and there are really connected with Texas a and M and toured the campus. He's ready to make. This is like, he's ready to make it. Wow, everybody. It's a big deal. Right here in the Charlie Kirk show. Kyle rittenhouse is announcing that he's an Aggie. So I'm going to be going there and it's going to be awesome. Beautiful campus, amazing people, amazing food. We went to Dixie's check in there. Best burgers ever. That's why he's going. Dixie's checking, everybody. Now, do you know what they say at a and M? They say. And you know how they say hello, they say, howdy, howdy. So there you
AP News Radio
Judge leads surging Yankees past sloppy Orioles 10-5
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"aggie" Discussed on NOCTURNAL
"Let the trials begin. Chapter 49 civic center Aggie had changed his mind. There was a God, and whatever God was, it hated Aggie James. The Magnum pulled into the parking lot of Trinity place at market and 8th. The psycho cop on his left finished his drawing and dropped his pen on the floor. He held up his black mask, examining his handiwork. Aggie stared at the design. artist, Aggie said Claus or nodded, I'm not looking for fans. The mask had already been disturbing enough, with the paint pen, the crazy cop had added a childish skull smile line drawing that glowed an electric white against the flat black fabric. And this man, the scary ass Brian clouser, was going to force Aggie back into the tunnels. If going in meant there was a chance Aggie could get his baby back. He had to take it. He had a plan. He just had to wait for the right moment, have a giant set of balls, and hope to finally get some luck to fall his way. The cops at the skullcap mask in his lap. Everyone listen up. He said the interest of the civic center station is right behind us on the sidewalk. At this hour the station is probably closed, so we shouldn't run into anyone. We walk out of the car and head straight down. This camera's all over and we can't get them all, so ignore them in just to send. If there are any Bart cops, I'll handle them. We move fast. We'll be down there in 20 seconds and into the main tunnel before anyone can react. Munich trains have stopped running this late, so Aggie will lead us right off the platform and into the tunnel. Right Aggie. Aggie nodded. Good. Clauser said everyone does what I say when I say it. Hoods up, tuck your weapons in and let's go. Wait. Aggie said I need one more thing. The cops stared at him with those cold eyes. He put the black skull cap on, then lowered the mask. The white skull smiled grinned. You already asked for one more thing, Aggie. What do you want? Time for the giant set of balls. It was now or never.
"aggie" Discussed on NOCTURNAL
"Go. No. Rick said mister Cheng has to pay for his crimes. Brian knew that smell on Rex was supposed to make him want to follow the boy. Helped the boy. He knew that at a base level, but all the scent in the world couldn't change his urge to find Rex, to wrap his hands around the boy's little neck, to squeeze the life out of him and make him beg. Let Pookie go. Brian said if you don't. I'm going to find you Rex. I'm going to kill you. But before you die, I'll make you hurt. You won't find me. Rick said but we'll find you soon enough, you're a murderer, mister klauser. You killed sucker. We'll put you on trial just like the others. Goodbye. Rex hung up. Brian closed his eyes, his best friend was gone. Pookie had stood by him through everything. Pookie and Robin Robin. His eyes snapped open. Adam, get me the shot well in 21st right now. As the three men shuffled toward the Magnum. Brian texted the one person he hoped he could still trust. He needed back up, and he wasn't about to be picky. They hobbled to the jesup station wagon and climbed in just as the first police cruiser pulled into the hospital parking lot. Brian and Alder got in the back of the Magnum. Adam hopped into the driver's seat. Bryan saw that Alder at handcuffed Aggie to the inside door handle of the front passenger seat. The bum looked at Brian, his expression fearful and sullen. Jesus, man. Aggie said, who fucked up your face? Brian ignored him, waiting to see if he'd have to fight his way out of there. Adam drove out of the parking lot and on to portrero just as a second and third cruiser pulled in.
"aggie" Discussed on NOCTURNAL
"Chief, what's up? Hooky listened, nodded. I see. He listened some more. Sounds nasty. No, actually, I don't know where Brian is, but I'll finally been bring him. Yes, chief, okay. Pookie put the phone away. Zhao said there's a third handyman killing. Two bodies in the fort mason tunnel. I know that plays. Brian said it was an abandoned train tunnel cut under fort mason. It had been closed off and boarded up for years, but people still got in there all the time. No lights, no traffic, the perfect place to drag in a victim into which you pleased. A new serial killer, a crime scene location that made sense, yet it didn't feel right. Did she say if we were reinstated to active duty? Hooky shook his head. She didn't mention it. Two people in the sfgh complex were involved with Marie's children. Jebediah Eriksen, and Aggie James. Zhao had suddenly ordered that they be left unguarded. And it was dark outside. Dark, and getting darker. Books I think zao has been compromised. That or she was setting this up all along. You think Maurice children are coming? Brian nodded. Yeah, and fast. Got a handcuff key. We have to get Aggie out of here. Pookie nodded, produced a key from his pocket. Brian unlocked Aggie's handcuff from the bed frame. His eyes seemed to light up, then fill with betrayal when Brian clicked the open link on his own wrist. Get up, mister James. Brian said, come with me if you want to live. Pookie helped the man out of the bed. Where are you taking him? I'll lock him in jessup's car for now. Brian said, I have to get something out of there. Can you get up to Erickson's room? Pookie nodded. Just hurry the hell back? I just made an executive decision. You can handle all the monster shit.
"aggie" Discussed on NOCTURNAL
"Aggie nodded. She was giving him life. He would honor his promise to her. No way was he going to wind up as a groom. No way. He turned to hand her the baby so he could duck out of the hole. Then paused. A sudden all powerful twang of anxiety ripped through him. What if Hillary took the baby and ran? She waited. I'm going to set the baby down. He said, can you step back? She smiled, nodded, then backed away. Aggie gently rested the bag on the ground, then stepped through the small hole and out of the death trap tunnel. He stood on a narrow ledge that ran perpendicular to the tracks. He bent, reached back, and was again holding the boy. Aggie clutched the bag tightly. The anxiety faded away, far down the tunnel to his right. He saw the light of a station Hillary worked at the plywood shut behind him. Aggies eyes slowly adjusted to the darkness. The whole he had crawled from was gone, all he could see were the hexagonal tiles of the subway's walls. The plywood was a tile covered plug that perfectly fit the hole. Sliding home as sure as a puzzle piece. If he hadn't just come through there, he would never have known it existed. But that didn't matter anymore. He had survived, Aggie kept his right hand on the tile wall as he walked. He didn't know which rail was the third rail, the one that might electrocute him and the boy. It was probably the one in the middle, but he wasn't taking any chances. He drew closer to the opening into the station. The tracks led out of the tunnel's darkness and alongside the station platform. He saw a few people up on the platform. The trains were still running, so it wasn't early in the morning. Aggie carefully stepped off the ledge and over the tracks, moving to the platform side of the tunnel. He slid along with his back to the wall. He felt a hint of a rumble, another train was coming. He had to move fast. The people on the platform would see him, but he didn't have a choice. He was still draped in the stinking blanket. That's how he would get past those people. By just looking acting and smelling like the homeless bums who wandered down to the muni stations all the time he reached the end of the tunnel. The platform came up to his chest.
"aggie" Discussed on NOCTURNAL
"34 Aggie gets out. Aggie James wasn't sure how long he'd been following Hillary. She had led him out of the bassinet room and back into the dark arena maze. Many twists and turns later, she'd started up a narrow set of rough steps cut into the wall. Carrying the baby, Aggie had moved so carefully, keeping his left shoulder against the wall as he made sure his right foot didn't slip off the uneven edges. Those steps rose 40 feet to the spectator ledge. She had led him into a narrow tunnel at the back of the ledge, just a few feet away from the last step. Aggie had turned for last look down below before going in. The ship was off to his right, back end buried in the cavern wall, front end, pointing across the oblong cavern. There had been activity on the ship's deck. Hillary's people preparing for some kind of an event, maybe? They'd been following the tunnel for 15 minutes, maybe 30, he wasn't sure. This time at least, she had a battery powered Coleman lantern to light the way. She seemed to know the location of every rock, every turn, every jagged out cropping of rusted metal or moldy wood. He knew this because those things caught him, poked him, snagged him while she avoided them all with a subtle turn, a simple twist. He cradled the knit bag in his right arm. Inside the baby boy slept. Agie felt the child's faint warmth through the fabric. The boy weighed almost nothing. Aggie could carry him forever if he had to. Finally, Hillary stopped and turned. Move carefully here. She said, step only where I step. She set the lantern down and stepped aside, so Aggie could see a small stone forest. 15 or so piles of stacked rocks rose from floor to ceiling. No, not piles. Columns, the columns supported big slabs of concrete, chunks of old brick wall, and blackened squares of timber. This strange ceiling ran the final 15 feet of tunnel. Right up to where it dead ended at a giant dirty sheet of plywood. It didn't take a genius to see the plan, make any column fall, and the whole kitten caboodle would collapse, filling the tunnel with tons of dirt and rock Hillary gesture to the ceiling. You understand?
AP News Radio
Razorbacks return to Sweet 16 with 53-48 win over Aggies
"Unlike the first round the higher seeds took care of business in buffalo as both Providence in Arkansas advanced to the Sweet Sixteen of the NC double a men's basketball tournament the fourth seeded friars destroyed the Richmond spiders seventy nine fifty one in the game that seem more lopsided than the actual score another foresee the Arkansas Razorbacks held off New Mexico state fifty three to forty eight leading scorer JT notate led the way for Arkansas with eighteen points but fouled out midway through the final half the friars advance to play top seeded Kansas in the Midwest regional at Arkansas slated the play Gonzaga in the west I'm sure we can go over
AP News Radio
Arkansas hangs on for 75-71 win over 13th-seeded Vermont
"The Midwest regional of the NC WPW orcas wrapped and four teams including two underdogs are one step away from the Sweet Sixteen the Richmond spiders deliver the first big upset of the tournament when they beat the fifth seeded Iowa Hawkeyes sixty seven to sixty three if that wasn't shocking enough the New Mexico state Aggies knocked off the UConn Huskies seventy to sixty three thanks in large part of junior guard teddy Allen both for see the best as well the Providence friars knocked off the South Dakota state jackrabbits sixty six fifty seven the Arkansas Razorbacks prevail over the Vermont Catamounts seventy five seventy one I'm Jeremy K. go over
Bloomberg Radio New York
"aggie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Recovery fund to be unlocked for the country to deal with this as they themselves have already accepted 1.8 million of the refugees coming over from Ukraine Yeah Also you there was another leader there from the UK Liberal Democrat leader Ed Davey who was in Poland You spoke to him you interviewed him We'll hear from that interview in a minute but I just wondered meeting him what struck you about that that decision to go there I think for the liberal Democrats it was to set themselves apart from the policy of the conservative government he was very critical of the current position of the UK which is essentially being more reticent to receive large numbers of refugees It could also there is an argument also that this is also a question of geography and proximity and also the fact that the UK is no longer part of the EU but what you wanted to point out and the key message that if you wanted to give was that this concern around doing the text and checks and security checks on refugees that they're coming in is not the necessary step What needs to be done is that the UK brings in refugees and then they do the necessary paperwork after they've already arrived in the UK That was what you wanted to say yesterday Yeah absolutely And there's been a lot of criticism about the government's response in terms of the refugee crisis What then are we expecting today Because more towns in Ukraine are effectively under siege and the talks continue don't they between Russia and Ukraine So in terms of humanitarian corridors and more people being able to leave what do you think might happen today Yeah so the mayor of Kyiv is announced that they're going to have to institute another curfew This is because the capital city is pretty concerned about bombardment We've already seen civilian areas residential buildings also yesterday had been hit in the capital This is obviously a key concern There were for the country that is basically they're trying to assume right now that potentially Russia is going to put a lot of effort into capturing the capital And if that's the case then that's really a concern for the security of the president as well He was currently based in the capital And then looking forward to the meeting we have already heard from the landscape that potentially there is a bit of an olive branch that they're offering to Russia going into these talks because they really want these talks to at least go somewhere And they're saying that potentially Ukraine needs to admit to itself that it may never become a member of NATO Okay Interesting commentary Aggie thank you so much again for being with us live from the Polish Ukrainian border at medica a Bloomberg reporter Agatha kancha on the latest when it comes to Ukraine I mentioned that Aggie had been speaking to the Liberal Democrat leader Ed Davies who want to bring you that interview next We also know that Boris Johnson has gone to the gulf to try to convince them to pump more oil People in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv of course were confined to their homes all day yesterday The city under curfew So we'll continue our coverage of Ukraine the fed and oil markets next This is luda Hey.
AP News Radio
No. 9 Tennessee tops Texas A&M 65-50 for SEC tourney title
"Number nine Tennessee got off to a fast fourteen nothing lead and never really looked back against eight seed Texas and now the Aggies pulled within five once with seventeen ten left in the game but from there on the balls around the rest of the way home to pick up their first SEC tournament title since nineteen seventy nine winning sixty five to fifty the Bighorns were led by Josiah Jordan James a sixteen points this is the crocuses group of the closest thing that we've had since I've been here and that's no knock on any other team on but it's just a praise to this team about how much we care about each other each candidate Chandler had fourteen and was paced by to reach Radford's thirteen Eric what L. Tampa
AP News Radio
No. 9 Tennessee tops No. 5 Kentucky, reaches SEC final again
"The SEC men's final is set includes one top ten team and another who probably needed a bit weak to make the NC double a tournament and it appears they've got it that team is Texas a and M. the Aggies moved to twenty three eleven on the season knocking off number fifteen Arkansas led by Clinton Jackson's twenty points is a testament everything we've been too early in the season losing a straight to teach you some so when when things not going our way we know to stay calm we noticed a collective you know to stay together they will face number nine Tennessee at one PM eastern on Sunday volunteers hold off number five Kentucky sixty nine sixty two Kennedy Chandler led the way for the big orange with nineteen points Eric what L. Tampa
Bloomberg Radio New York
"aggie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Reporting there from well very close to the front lines from the southeast of Poland our Bloomberg reporter Aggie cantrell So it is just gone 9 34 a.m. here in London You're listening to Bloomberg daybreak Europe a very good morning I'm Caroline Hepburn And I'm menace cranny right alongside you in Dubai It's just gone one 24 in the after noon Caroline top stories obviously dominated by a couple of big features which we need to get through in the very first instance Yeah absolutely The Ukraine war dominating the suspended nickel trading but right now at European stocks are up by 9 tenths of 1% This is a strange moment isn't it the sen tech which is the index of investors economic confidence for the Eurozone sank to a 16 month low and yet European stocks are higher this morning The zetro Dax up by 1.1% the cat can't also harp 1.9% Is this also the result of the discussion that seems to be going on for the EU about a significant debt issuance more EU borrowing in order to prop up the continent spend more on defense and energy And that has translated itself So the two lead stories are that that you have this EU considering the massive joint bond sale on energy and defense That's translated itself into a quashing of sovereign spread Italian government bond spreads to Germany collapse by 11 basis points at one 55 You're looking at Spanish spreads down by 6 basis points So it's in the bond market where you've seen a manifestation of that story The nickel story is the number one story in commodities You are seeing nickel at the moment closed suspended by the LMA Caroline because of the parabolic moves that went from 80,005 a.m. to $100,000 at 8 O 7 a.m. and it's taken a couple of hours for the element to suspend the contract and to allow short sellers time to actually get their hands on inventory to deliver So that is the major move in the commodity market Oil market quick check for you on Brent You're looking at the oil markets at the moment trading a little bit stronger and firmer as Muhammad barkindo says to the world look there is not enough access production capacity in the world Now it makes crude trades a 122 28 up 3% and Brent crude trades at one 26 34 up three up 2.5% excuse me So commodity markets are still quite literally on fire at the moment But equity markets still in bear territory Caroline in NASDAQ and in the zeta Dax Dax bounces back by 2% but you are looking at 12,976 by back off the bar territory Yeah so that is a look at the markets which we check for you every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg radio now to today's top stories has been a.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"aggie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Main purpose to be here is to have a place for work 7 days in the shelter I need just a place silent place to work to help my country I'm going to call just what is your opinion right now on the situation with the concern around the nuclear reactors and Ukraine do you think that that is something that's a concern or do you think that it is overblown in the media It's a really dangerous absolutely that's right waitressing and my biggest concern is about young people from Russia so soldiers that absolutely don't realize what they do where they stay and it's my biggest concern As people try and stay in touch with their families back home social media platforms are a crucial part of that I use the telegram with my friends They arrived in Warsaw yesterday Have you been using any of the news sources on telecom as well I use telegram channels like official channels or describe station Ukraine when you're in touch with people Are you worried about any issues with disinformation People giving information So I was living in an apartment block and we had a group chat for the whole building So we was using it for a sirens to go to the basement to hide to check whether ever soon is finding the local area near the building And they usually forward messages about the news but some of them was maybe not true And they usually proofread it check with official channels For many of these refugees the hope is still there that they will be able to return to their homes and their lives back in Ukraine when the war is over It's like part of me and leaving the country is like living your people your family and to be part of yourself That was really hard decision Poland I'm Aggie cantrell Bloomberg radio So.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"aggie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Hearing from refugees on the ground and our reporter Aggie cantrell there as the Ukraine war goes into the 13th day now here in the UK MPs are going to hear from the Ukrainian president later on today's expected to make an address to the commons this afternoon around 5 ish over video conference This after of course the commons voted to pass new legislation to toughen up Britain's approach to Russian oligarchs at the economic crime bill yesterday it did pass the UK's lagged the U.S. and the U EU in sanctioning individual Russians only 11 have been sanctioned individually The UK has put that down to having to build a robust legal case and avoid being having the case overturned in court So that's the kind of reasoning behind why that's been slow The legislation though does set up a register that would identify the ultimate foreign owners of UK property stopping them from hiding behind shell companies so that did pass and individuals are going to have to join that register within 6 months It's not the 18 months that the government proposed but nor is it the 28 days that the opposition Labor Party really wanted and Paul Scully the business minister also did make one concession which is that the government may bring in plans this week to make sure that people who are trying to sell properties in the UK within that 6 month period have to declare the details at the point of sale So basically trying to stop any potential oligarchs from selling up and liquidating their wealth in the UK Okay that's an update in terms of Britain's legislation on tackling Russian oligarchs here in the UK We're going to discuss much more about the Ukraine war and the impact on rising commodities next lulli the investment strategist at Bank of New York Mellon will be joining me next This is Bloomberg Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day The Bloomberg business out.
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"aggie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is the situation Aggie Hello Hi Aggie good morning Can you hear me Sorry I think the line went dead for a second but it's not great Don't worry We understand difficult circumstances What's the situation though on the border where you are Hi so I don't know if you can hear me Yes Keep going Okay hopefully we'll come back to Aggie cantrell the fur we can reconnect that line as I say Aggie cantrill our Bloomberg reporter who is on that medica border in southeast Poland So there is concern really that the number of refugees could increase we know from across a million yesterday but the UN has talked about as many as 4 million are crossing into Europe potentially largely So that on the refugee account We also do have time though to talk a little bit about the stock markets this morning So your stock 600 is currently down by 2.1% now so that also constituting a red headline on the Bloomberg terminal this morning So we're seeing continued drops and now sliding below 2.1% In terms of the groups it's also parts and banks as well as retail that seem to be seeing the largest decline I mean it is interesting that actually European retail has quite a lot of exposure to Russia so that all the stock 600 segments are currently in the red this morning so that if you look at the U.S. stock 600 Juniper and ITV the biggest decline in the energy firm currently dropping by 12.4% Let's also take some time then to look at the UK businesses making announcements this morning Joining us now is Bloomberg breaking news editor Charles capel with me for this morning's London rush Good morning Charles the LSE has now suspended more Russian GDR's explain why That's right Well the financial world is reacting to these Russian related sanctions and the LSE is adjusting in relating to that They noted the ongoing deterioration of market conditions since March the second And they have suspended the emission of trading of the depository receipt relating to H Russian company They say they suspended the emission in order to maintain orderly markets Now that comes after they suspended dozens of depository receipts yesterday and over the past few days and if you look at the Dow Jones GDR index which tracks London traded companies on the terminal it's down about 96% for the last two weeks So there isn't a huge amount of trading in these studios No absolutely So this is the impact of the financial isolation on Russia and the LSCs response hammerson is writing down the value of its properties Absolutely So in their results they said that they wrote down the value of their property portfolio by about 470 million pounds last year Now the UK retail property values that are in a bit of a slump at the moment And that's after the coronavirus pandemic Could be exacerbated some trends already going along A bit of excess supply online competition and then also rising costs making it harder for businesses to pay those high rents So Hamilton has had to write down the value of their property Susan it's so great to finally be able to get together again Oh it's sure is And I really appreciate.
AP News Radio
Clemons' scoop-and-score seals Texas A&M's win over Auburn
"Michael Clements scored the game's only touchdown on a twenty four yard fumble return early in the fourth quarter of C. F. P. number fourteen Texas a and M. S. twenty to three victory against number thirteen Auburn Clement scoop and score came after defensive tackle Jayden Peavey poked the ball away from scrambling Auburn quarterback Bo Nix both he's a great quarterback a let's grow a lot I just took my settlement and Tozer Zach Calzada finished fifteen of twenty nine for one hundred ninety two yards for the seventy two Aggies shaking off an apparent injury to his non throwing shoulder in the third quarter Auburn had just seventy three yards rushing in ending a four game winning streak I'm Dave very
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"In the House of Commons today There will also be prayers in a minute silence following his murder on Friday security measures are being discussed one idea is to give MPs peace protection while they carry out constituency surgeries The Home Secretary pretty Patel says the safety of politicians must now be Paramount For the government it's about safeguarding our democracy and enabling our elected representatives to carry on doing what they do serving the public We are public servants at the end of the day Meanwhile police are continuing to question a 25 year old man in connection with David Amos death To Europe in Germany the social Democrats have reached an initial coalition deal with the greens and the pro business of free Democrats the parties will now enter former negotiations to form a three way coalition as Bloomberg's Aggie Cantwell now explains To achieve this preliminary agreement the SPD and the greens accepted the FTP's demands to leave the constitutional debt limits in place and not to impose new taxes The parties also agreed on supporting the greens pushed towards accelerating Germany's exit from coal by 8 years The SPD's board unanimously approved the agreement and a large majority of the green's delegates at a party conference in Berlin on Sunday voted in favor of a motion to start form or negotiation In Berlin agricultural Bloomberg daybreak Europe Now to the latest on coronavirus here in the UK yesterday the country recorded the highest daily jump in new cases since mid July weekly deaths from the virus are above 800 for each of the past 6 weeks higher than in any other major Western European country Yesterday Britain reported 45,140 new cases And in Scotland from today people have to show a vaccine passport if they want to get into nightclubs or large events over 18s must show proof they've been double jabbed against coronavirus The legislation was meant to be enforced at the beginning of this month but was delayed to allow for a grace period Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries This is Bloomberg Caroline Thank you so much With the world news And now the sports report.
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Rogers leads Mississippi State to 26-22 win over No. 15 A&M
"Mississippi state upset fifteenth ranked Texas a and M. twenty six twenty two in an SEC game near the school could afford to lose the Aggies led thirteen ten with just over a minute remaining in the first half with the Bulldogs took the lead seventeen thirteen on a fifteen yard touchdown pass from Will Rogers the Makai poke another register Paul TD pass midway through the third quarter raised the lead to twenty four thirteen Rodgers threw for four hundred eight yards and three touchdowns what this offense is doing and I think we're doing special things no I think the program is going in the right direction and tonight was a huge step for that all caught thirteen passes for one hundred twenty six yards and the two touchdowns I'm John Merriam
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Woo Pig Sooie! No. 16 Hogs end long skid to No. 7 Texas A&M
"K. J. Jefferson threw two first half touchdown passes at sixteenth ranked Arkansas jumped out to a seventeen nothing first half lead and remained undefeated by upsetting seventh ranked Texas a and M. twenty to ten Jefferson down trailing Burkes for an eighty yard touchdown to make it ten nothing and added to the lead with a forty eight yard touchdown pass to AJ green trail in Berks caught six passes for a hundred and sixty seven yards for Arkansas who outgained Texas a and M. for forty three to two seventy two I think a speller accounted for the Aggies only touchdown of the game I'm out of school lane
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No. 5 Texas A&M Escapes With 10-7 Win Over Colorado
"A late touchdown lifted number six Texas a and M. past Colorado tend to seven trailing all afternoon the Aggies went up for good with two forty one remaining when on third and nine Zach calls either through eighteen yards to the end zone and into the appreciative hands of running back Isaiah Spiller had to make the catch users must place you know that's my job to do my job going out there every day doing the right things and you see results Calzada thought he had given a an and the lead earlier in the fourth when it appeared he scored on a thirteen yard keeper but that play was ruled a touchback when replays showed he fumbled before crossing the goal line Morton Denver
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"Like Gators and Aggies, whatever they are, and they're incredible. It's just pounced on Kentucky legend Quarter slice can hit, zeroed in on Kentucky legends double smoked aroma and devoured its Southern slope perfected tenderness. Hey, nerd, stop with the Selfie video and watch the game precisely. Kentucky legend. What Wild cats crave. Ready. This is Kentucky Football. Kentucky football watching 31, the UK sports network offense defense. Doesn't have to be. Anderson. Special teams touchdowns. Kentucky Wildcats. Missouri Tigers You love trust. And you believe in each other coach tubes and the cats battling SEC East fall under the lights in Lexington. Every time we hit that bill, lets work that everything you got big blue nation is out in full force. Cough is on the way. Let's go get a job now. Higher Top corner field hears the voice of your cats. Tom Leech, Kentucky and Missouri renew a growing gridiron rivalry with both having aspirations of becoming SEC East contenders this season. One team will leave this field tonight with some validation for those dreams. And that's why the BBN has had this game circled on the schedule since the day it came out Good evening, everyone from the Central Bank.
The Dan Bongino Show
Texas A&M Students Celebrate Life, Hosting First Midnight Yell Practice
"Texas A and M big hat tip to Texas A and M. He's Texas A and M students, man, They do it right. They had the red, white and blue game this week, and when they decked out the stands in red, white and blue, the leftists are listening. Or like, why don't I been right? Right? But yeah, that's the color of our flag. You dip wads appreciate. You don't know that. Not when you find that God, my gosh, We gotta boycott Texas A and M. They're trying to burn the stadium down right now. But before the Texas A and M red white blue game, which couldn't be more patriotic by, like the night before they do the midnight yell where they practice the stool. Apparently in the stands at midnight, they practice the yells. And here's them the students in unison at midnight tonight before Welcoming themselves back to life singing the Texas A and M Aggie wore him. This is, uh, Listen, It's solve our cities horns off. Obviously an attack on uh, they'll, you know, hook them horns, University of taxes. Check this out. Welcome back guys. Life, Monsieur. No reruns, man. No reruns for the season. We call life. Playing once and one time only. You lose it, It's lost forever. Make every second counts. I'm absolutely sure Renaissance is coming, folks. I'm sure of
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"aggie" Discussed on The Dallas Morning News
"Even if he doesn't win rookie of the year and right now. I don't know that he will I think that he's clearly been positive. Development i just don't know if it's a positive long-term development. Yeah yeah me. Neither all right Let's go far. Rangers segment We want to shift over now to Some college talk of the. Ap preseason poll came out Monday and in that poll oklahoma was second Which sounds pretty good And i think that's basil largely on mr rattler being probably one of the best quarterbacks coming back this year in the nation. A a heisman favorite A guy who's been compared to count the patrick. Mahomes starter kit. It's all pretty good stuff and lincoln. Riley is done a great job with his quarterbacks as we will know Not a surprise of but certainly is a good news down in college station. The aggies came in six based on their strong season last year and winning the orange ball And i wanna talk about that because Texas came at twenty one. So we've got a oklahoma second. Am sixth texas twenty one That's obviously just all gas now doesn't really mean much because we we base everything based on what happened the year before. Very little about what we think about guys developing this year We'll we'll see how that plays out but at this point am is looking pretty good and jimbo. The higher jimbo fisher is looking really good the other day espn came out with a ranking of the top. One hundred college football coaches of the last fifty years. They did that because they didn't want to go back way into history to figure this stuff out It make comparisons but Jimbo came in at thirty four Gary patterson lead came in at twenty four twenty two. I think that twenty four. The tcu Mack brown came in at twenty one And there are only two current college coaches who came an higher than mac and that was Data swinney and then nick sabin at number one Which has to make. Mac ville awfully good considering that texas fired him And say at the time. Texas was with early floundering but they've only gotten worse since then And some with a little bit of a brief revival thereby. Tom herman has not been an impressive run by them. Meanwhile the aggies going into jimbo. Fisher's fourth year have Have started this thing up And to come in thirty four when you only been a head coach for eleven you're going into your season. He started at florida state. Two thousand ten. That's pretty impressive But he's got a pretty impressive track record one. He won a national title at florida state And there's things about jimbo. I don't like that much But i'll say this about him he. He's a football coach He knows what he's doing. He gets everybody in the right places. There's there are no. There's no excuse. Says he's not all one side of the ball and not paying attention to the other. Everything about jimbo. Fisher is football football football. He doesn't fall some of the traps. That some of the coaches at texoma tuna. And i know that's a different situation there from what is at college station But it still are a remarkable story of what jim libanan been able to do there. I think he extends the the gap between ut and am football now in the time he's been there and this is going into his four season but let's take a step back even further. How how long has the. Am football program in your mind. Been ahead of the ut football program and is is it getting to the point time-wise whereas it makes it even more difficult to make up for lost ground when you've been behind that long. Well it does you know you can go all the way back to johnny manziel. I mean essentially. That's when all that started in right when they went into the sec. It wasn't because they wanted the was because of johnno but tells a marker and now you have ut following in to the sec at how long ago has am been there. So they've been able to establish himself again menzel was the demarcation line along with the move but that's a significant period of time. And now you see. Ut following an to the sec. So i mean it's just they. They've been in a weight from a football standpoint for quite a while now yet and they don't like to admit that obviously And because because here's the thing if you you know i i've been covering college football mistake for a long time and and and you know a- likes to talk about tradition the traditions at emigrate the football traditions. Not great you know. They will last one on national thailand. Nineteen thirty nine. So you know there are a lot of years when a and that was pretty much terrible. There was the there was a really good period in the fifties with bear bryant at the late fifties and then there was a little bit there in the sixties and a little bit there in the seventies and are slammed in a very nice job in the late eighties. Early nineties But you know that there has not been a lot of winning. Texas is his dominated texas. Pretty much over most of its history. But that's not the case anymore does not to say that texas can't come back. It's just really difficult to do To have oklahoma am and taxes all top ten teams at the same time If you go back and look at the ap poll over the over since nineteen thirty five I think there's only ban at best. And i used to know this exactly but i think there's been about three or four times in in history when all three of those programs finished in the top ten at the same time and and i think the reason for that is pretty clear. They are all drawn from the same recruiting base. And it's very difficult to get all of those as much great football town as there is in the state. It's hard to to get directed to those three programs right because you already got everybody else feeding off but all the other division one schools in this state and now. You've got the sec coming in here. Everybody else comes in and and bleeds the state drive. It's football talent. And would you take celebration. And how many times. As oklahoma had a coach like lincoln riley who i think clearly is one of the top. Four coaches draw history So that's that's a great coach and anna guy who's producing first round pick quarterback and heisman quarterback. So he's always going to recruit great quarterbacks. He's always going to do a great job as long as he stays there if he doesn't go to the nfl. And you've got jimbo fisher at a and m who clearly distinguished himself. I think he. He's working his way into the top. Five of football coaches ever at this point And and now texas. I we have no idea what steve sarkisian is going to be going to be. No idea you know is track record as a head. Coach is not that great. You did a nice job at at alabama. But i think everybody ought to do a nice job. Wouldn't when your head coaches. Nick saban so That's gonna be really hard for texas. You know y as you were pointing out now..
"aggie" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Think there's any way right now now. At the Texas Longhorns joined the SEC. Don't think that's going to happen. They could have done it years ago, when they when the Aggies joined in Missouri join decade and some ago Texas could have around effectively save the big 12, right? Yes, Texas could have gone to the Pac 12. But I just don't see Texas moving. For several reasons. Texas is in the current big 12 makeup, Texas and Oklahoma and I'm sorry, Tech and Baylor and TCU. It's Tech in Oklahoma and everybody else. Texas and Oklahoma, make the rules. They rule the roost and turn the when you say it's Texas and Oklahoma and everybody else that's in terms of seats at the table who is in charge. Influence does competitive wise, competitive in Oklahoma and everyone else, including sometimes Texas, maybe Iowa State, Oklahoma State and TCU Baylor even though the Longhorns don't have championships unless it's basketball and other things. They still run things. They still run things, and I don't think Texas would want to go to the SEC and where they would be a red headed step child. I'm sorry, Jason. But they would be they would be a little brother in The SEC. Even a little brother to those guys in college station 90 Miles. How dare What do you mean Little brother? Texas is no one's little brother were Texas. You're not But And the SEC they'd go. Ha ha ha. Where Bama where? Georgia. You're talking LSU were a and M competitively. I'm talking about everything on the field on you mean everything I mean resources recruiting. All of that wouldn't change for Texas if they were in the SC, some thinking football, mostly. But you're talking about in terms of matchups. Texas would go from being an underdog once or twice a season. Two. Now four or five times, Texas should be should be. Legitimate contender for the championship in football and basketball every year. Period. If you go if you go into the SEC Look what the Aggies the great things the Aggies did last year. And maybe the conference. A while. Uh huh. I've never sniffed the championship in college football, never sniffed a Western Conference championship in the SEC. They've sniffed. They sniffed, sorta. They've sniffed sort of. I mean, they were 81 last year, Alabama was 10 to know. They sniffed that was a sniff. All right. They have not won an SEC title, but they've sniffed. Listen, we can't We can't bang on the Aggies for not playing us. And their whole thing is our schedule is already too robust. Already. Too difficult. We can't bang on them and then say, Oh, we don't want to go there because the way that we'd be in and over our head. And why, even though I'm I I, of course any reasonable person would look and say, Yeah, yeah, yeah, We probably be in over our heads. Yeah, we would be. It would be very, very difficult. Yeah. Challenge yourself. All right. Okay. Something scares you had Clements. You should do it. Okay. You should go. Shouldn't run from that challenge, All right. Really think what scares me. I don't operate under those circumstances whatsoever. What scares me skydiving? I don't want to Scott to have pretty sure the the last time something scared me and I did. It was accepting this job and then still to be determined on how that's still scared. I just I just don't think right now I do think the day is coming. I think the day's coming J when we have four. Four major conferences, the big 12 as it exists. I mean, it's hilarious. It's called the Big 12, and there's 10 teams when you look at all of the other major conferences. That have 14 Are there 16 Big 10 teams Now, maybe it's just 14 everywhere, But yeah, the big The big 12 is, obviously we should couldn't continue. To pay our dues and say thank you for keeping us as a power five conference because, honestly, it's clearly five out of five there. And right now it's not about money with Texas because, remember I think they split up $30 million per school in the big 12, but that does not include the 20 million. Texas gets a bump from ESPN, whereas I think the SEC There's was around $47,000 payout. I don't 40 million. I don't worry about the Longhorns when it comes to money, Okay, so I don't fire up the money machine and then things right you fine. But here since we're playing their made up Bs conjecture about imaginary topics. What does this rumors say that there are two teams? The SEC would add two teams it would. Obviously they are obviously saying that Texas and Oklahoma right to the big go to the SEC, right? Yes. So Oklahoma would get up and leave Oklahoma. State. Their main rival will leave without having any second thoughts about that. Well, I think they would, and there was I believe legislation. I'm not sure if this was legislation or this was David Boren. The former senator from Oklahoma who was also the former president of Oklahoma. I think when he was well, he's still alive, but when Ben Boone Pickens was alive They said Oklahoma or Oklahoma State will go nowhere without each other going so right? I don't know if that was still that seems to make sense to me, which we all thought that about Texas and Texas A and M my friend one of those many years ago. Yeah. And I tell you what Texas A and M we would not have left without you. You guys have to take your ball and go home. It went all right. Yeah. Sorry Case McCoy's running circles around you in your own field. Sorry. Sorry about that, but so just hear an imaginary land. Texas and Oklahoma. Go to the SEC. They would obviously have to be in the West. So you gotta bump some people to the East Well, and that's what I'm trying to figure out is you would have to but because then there's 14 teams in the conference. Right now, you would have to move one team to the East, so you can't the westernmost or Eastern..
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Draghi takes helm in Italy, focused on pandemic recovery aid
"Italy's new national unity government sworn in today in its first challenges will be the Corona virus pandemic and the economy. NPR's Sylvia Petroleum reports on the new prime minister, the former U Central Bank chief who saved Europe's single currency, Mario Draghi was the first to take the oath. Judah yesterday Fidelia la Republique camp, He swore loyalty to the Republican the Constitution and that he will work exclusively in the interests of the nation. He was followed by 23 ministers, a mix of unaffiliated tech. Regrets and politicians from across the political spectrum that Aggie has recognized across the world is a masterful economist with sharp political skills. He'll need them to keep his anomalous coalition. Together. It ranges from pro Europe liberals too far right nationalist who joined, hoping to have a say in spending the once in a generation recovery front pledged by Italy's
The Paul Finebaum Show
Texas A&M HC Jimbo Fisher Says He Hurt Hamstring Running from Gatorade Bath
"Grace. You welcome our friend. Lucia program from texas eggs. And billy. thank you for being here. It's always good to see the most important question. I have and i think every aggie fan in america wants to know this. How is jimbo. Fisher's hamstring tonight. Man all i know is this. I would've i would've probably blown thing. And jimbo's got a few years on me and he said he had run into sprint like that for a while so he probably had to put that thing on ice or he. Whatever you do you know. He probably had that he was moving. I mean that was. He was probably a close second to divine chain on saturday. Night for fastest guy on that field.