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"andrew white" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Will win our prize one of our listeners Bill who was Martin Short playing for Andrew white of San Diego California All right First question Crow's hold grudges And they often hold grudges against the researchers who have to annoy them during experiments On one occasion a group of researchers then afterwards protected themselves from revenge by the crows by doing what A dressing up in giant crow suits so the crows would be intimidated B subscribing to the crow's podcasts or C wearing Dick Cheney masks I believe I know this and they dressed up as giant crows They did not dress up as giant crows They did not That's what I'm saying Yes no they were Dick Cheney masks is what they did Oh that seems made up And it no it's true The actually way it worked is they had worn gorilla masks while they were working with the crows And then the crows were able to recognize the grill masks later in public and attack them So they decided to see if they were recognizing like it was a particular kind of mask or just a mask They put on Dick Cheney masks No the crows were like you're cool man The crows are in to Dick Cheney This is how I see because he shoots people Marnie Remember exactly only shoots people That's right yeah Okay So far I'm not doing well Go ahead No your tumor chances That's fine Crow families it turns out are a lot like human families including in which of these ways Crows sometimes divorce and remarry in the new mate tries to bribe the checks by bringing them gifts Be crow couples have date nights and they ask nearby squirrels to babysit or see sometimes crow kids never move out of the nest because they can not find a job Well there are just so damn silly I think it is the last one And you'd be correct Yeah Yeah Failure for launch Sometimes live with their parents for years after becoming adults because they just can't find a nest of their own It's highly relatable It really is Are you last question You get this right you win There have been a number of celebrity run ins with crows as in which of these stories a after the Pope released doves of peace at the Vatican in 2014 They were immediately attacked by a group of crows B Brad Pitt briefly dated a crow between Gwyneth and Jennifer or C counting crows lead singer Adam Duritz was lifted off stage by a flock of crows and never seen again I would say it's number one You're correct Mister short Apparently the pros not Catholic No Bill how did Martin Short do in our quiz Well really well he got two out of three Martin Short is a winner Thank you That you can remember as vividly as you remember playing preminger in Barbie Listen premature I remember I remember that took a long time to come up with that guy Yeah I can see that Martin Short is currently starring in only murders in the building It's now on Hulu Martin Short thank you so much for joining us and wait wait don't tell me Thank you so much guys Thank you so much Take care Thank you so much Bye.
"andrew white" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Your winnings with to- plus and listen to what andrew white is saying because he's agreeing with me so we're said for so much gravy this weekend it's going to be amazing. can't wait to recount all this lucy and yourself a monday and talk about the just just like the throwing cash all around the studio or be talking to both of you while i'm scrambling around trying to find some coins as as tesco noodles for the rest of the month We'll have to wait and see. But i'm i'm getting super excited for the weekend. Sunday is obviously going to be a massive day and alpin easter for sir mark prescott is going to take the engagement in the qatar pre groupon. Which of course is a arc trial and a very well. Trial and snowfall will be taking up the engagement as well. So she was always held in very high regard as juvenile. She was highly tried and this season she has won the door by three and a half lengths. She has created history by winning the oaks by the largest winning margin ever She's won the irish jokes by the largest winning margin for a hundred years and she just toyed with a rivals at york. It was again. That was a racist covering talksport to she was just an absolute joy to watch that day. This race are you surprised. The running her and do you feel that. This is just a case of letter. Get a feel of of power longchamp. Frankie's back on board. Let feel of party longchamp while it's like to be there with the racing style is like because the closer we get to the race. She is very clearly cool. Moore's number one. Yeah you'd think she is. Online chiefs obviously got a great chance to thank the majority of the reason. Is you say to girona in this. Race is just to get a blow over in france To get a feel for the track and make sure that the she's ready to go when it comes to tell him. And i i don't see i don't see are getting beaten this weekend. Not the only thing. I do see some have despised Beijing no there are contenders yo somehow be shortened in raleigh Certain but that's just the way bookmakers role. These days can be certain that enough. She's just on prepared to be proven wrong here. she's just not a horse As you know clung heartstrings much this year how dare you. Yeah i know. And it's just one of the i don't know what it is There's just a part of me and people can shoot me down sam wrong inferno but just a part of me. That can't get over. The fact that i feel the rest of the mile for you know group one. Three year old fillies. This year are abaga shish and well they are like i. Just don't see the horses. She bees in the oaks and the irish jokes. Arnaz any us. So it's not really something to be n. dolphin when they are jokes. Two two seven eight nine lands in a race. Where i think i could have given some of them a chance for some of the place money so it's not something i'd i'd potentially bear in mind charmaine. Justin jar at york was wonderful tonight. It wasn't ruining on grain. She delights at all so again. You're back to just beijing album floor and khandan dunstall fantastic. I actually to that free. Because i interviewed david minutiae for talks to My role switched was hosting that week. i host the whole week of york and i spoke with david minutiae live on air and i was saying. Are you gonna run wonderful tonight. And he said well. We have two options. We can go to france we can. Go to deauville or we can run here at york. And william is gonna ride into three o'clock and he'll decide he'll tell us I don't like the idea of going. to deauville. he thought that the ground wasn't right for there and said i may live to regret this but the horse that runs in this race is not the worst that you'll see in the arc that was that was line And she was disappointing and she got thumped in the end And she would really need to pull something out. Be able to go and and turn the form around with with snowfall boss. She is the the anti post favourite For the arc. And it's interesting that you even worded that way. That she's essentially piecing choice she. She was in all intents and purposes. She has been on. I suppose more. So what would probably rested on on me is Maybe it has been slightly different rationale because of being a few niggles still fled that bush. This time last year having won leo Jokes and yorkshire oaks so impressively. Nobody thought love could be beaten. Yeah and i know. You know as i say i completely comprehend that the injuries has been a few things that haven't gone particularly roy's but she's komo's against proper group won't horses this year under this being short of the mark and i just don't know whether we're gonna get to the ark and she's going to be a very short price if she goes wins on the weekend which he will she could end up on the day. Five four six two four. That's an it's the for. it'll be january. The first time like if she faces a day are torna w-we hurricane lane. You know any of these horses that are genuine group on horses. Because to be honest leg you could send off divinely to start running in the are tomorrow morning. And she may scrape poem things. She's.
"andrew white" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"People say doggy bag is they don't want to admit they're taking it home to eat it themselves. Perfect. W brilliant mobile news on the level on the go. Here's one you've heard before. 78 degrees of Monument Circle. Scattered showers tonight. Strong to severe storms possible will be scattered storms and showers Tomorrow. I'm Stan Lear. Here's what's trending at 5 30, Another attempt to broaden Indiana abortion law has been rejected by a federal judge. The provision requiring doctors to tell women getting drug induced abortions about a drug for reversing the procedure would have become law tomorrow, but the judge blocked it after hearing arguments that it would have meant giving women questionable information. Similar laws have been rejected in three other states. Bill Cosby has been freed from prison after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned his sexual assault conviction. That decision was based on the fact that statements he gave in a civil matter were used against him in a criminal prosecution in violation of an agreement that led to the statements. Andrew White as Cosby spokesman. Just thank the Pennsylvania State Supreme Court. Uh, for doing the right thing. Cosby served nearly three years of the 3 to 10 year sentence over 50 women have accused him of sexual assault. Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld has died at the age of 88. He served in that role under two presidents and former Indiana first lady Pat Whitcombe has died in Seymour. She was 91 years old, the ex wife of former governor Ed would come They met when he was a state senator Rick Carlisle has been formally introduced as the new Pacers head coach. His top goal. We need to get back in the playoffs, and we need to find a way to win in the playoffs. I mean, I think that's pretty. It's pretty clear that that's what the mandate is, Carlisle says. He's excited to work with this group of players. Which traffic now here's Matt Bear Southwest Side. So the ramp reopened in the traffic had to go somewhere that bank up from 4 65. So now we're looking at Dortmund 4 65 stop and go 70 up to one Washington.
"andrew white" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The founder of the Oath Keepers militia group. Told the crowd. He wanted Trump to drop the hammer on his opponents. He does not do it now We're going to have to do it ourselves later in a much more desperate, much more bloody war. Among the flags at the rally was a big yellow banner that said Jesus saves. That banner was seen again weeks later in the crowd that assaulted the U. S. Capitol. This Christian militancy is rooted in a belief that America is fundamentally a Christian nation. The idea that America's representative of God's truth, Kristen do. Mae is a historian who has written about Christian nationalism. And for that reason, Christian America needs to be defended. And because the stakes are so high that often will require violence. Violence for the sake of righteousness. Pull it quick. Extremism comes in many forms. But Andrew White head another expert on Christian nationalism, says extremism on behalf of Donald Trump, maybe especially potent when it's rooted in deep Christian convictions. Religion is such a strongly and closely held System of beliefs and values. And so if God has said, this is the way I want this nation to run and toe look, and this is the person that I want leading it, Why would you broke any opposition? No matter what. Since the violence at the Capitol, Christian militants have generally kept a low profile, but not all have been chasing three days after that, January 6th assault Pastor Darrell Knappen of Cornerstone Church in Alexandria, Minnesota, posted this message for his congregation on Facebook. There is a need in every one of our localities to have individuals Patriots who are ready to arm up and be part of a citizen militia to protect our freedoms. Spoke from the church sanctuary, standing in front of a cross. The violence this month at the Capitol showed how political extremism can be dangerous in America, including when its motivated by religion Tom Delton, NPR news It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noel King, and I'm Steve Inskeep. I'm Dave Freeman. Joe McConnell. Also with me on K Q. B Days, the time approaches, 7 54 look at the Saratoga commute..
"andrew white" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Trump to drop the hammer on his opponents. He does not do it now We're going to have to do it ourselves later in a much more desperate, much more bloody war. Among the flags at the rally was a big yellow banner that said Jesus saves. That better was seen again Weeks later in the crowd that assaulted the U. S. Capitol. This Christian militancy is rooted in a belief that America is fundamentally a Christian nation. The idea that America's representative of God's truth, Kristen do. Mae is a historian who has written about Christian nationalism. And for that reason, Christian America needs to be defended. And because the stakes are so high That often will require violence. Violence for the sake of righteousness. Political extremism comes in many forms. But Andrew White head another expert on Christian nationalism, says extremism on behalf of Donald Trump Maybe especially potent when it's rooted in deep Christian convictions. Religion is such a strongly and closely held system of beliefs and values. And so if God has said, this is the way I want this nation to run and toe look, and this is the person that I want leading it. Why would you broke any opposition? No matter what. Since the violence at the Capitol, Christian militants have generally kept a low profile, but not all have been chasing three days after that, January 6 the salt Pastor Darrell Knappen of Cornerstone Church in Alexandria, Minnesota, posted this message for his congregation on Facebook. There is a need in every one of our localities to have individuals Patriots who are ready to arm up and be part of a citizen militia to protect our freedoms. He spoke from the church sanctuary, standing in front of a cross. The violence this month at the Capitol showed how political extremism can be dangerous in America, including.
"andrew white" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"On the level on the go. You ready for some classic Indiana weather? I'm Donny Burgess. Here's what's trending this hour. It's going to be a warm start to the week. But things will change and change quickly. Pretty widespread, heavier rain mid week, Wednesday and Thursday Or we could see a couple inches of rain. And then as that system exits, we could see some accumulating snow. Thursday night into Friday, meteorologists Andrew White with National Weather Service in Indianapolis, says temps could get back down to the low thirties and twenties. If you need to get rid of your Christmas tree, there are eight places and Andy that can help. Silo, Kabbalah and reports. The Department of Public Works says those eight locations are drop off sponsor for Christmas tree recycling Live trees must be free of ornaments, tinsel, tree stands and decorations. Drop off sites will be open from dawn to dusk until the end of January. You confined the full list of drop off locations. Had indeed dog of Shiloh Kabbalah 93. W I. B C Mobile news. Many Hoosiers are still waiting on Christmas presents some order nearly a month ago. Eight. It was in transit, and it has been sitting at the Greenwood Post office, which is literally less than five miles from my house since the eighth of December, Rebecca Bennett of Greenwood on Wish TV The U. S Postal Service says the pandemic has caused hundreds of thousands of packages to be delayed due to demand and the lack of staff since many are battling Krone virus. I'm Donny Burgess on the level on the going on Twitter and 93. W.
"andrew white" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"At 10 0 to President. Trump is expected to win Indiana. But University of Virginia political scientist Kyle Conduct says It wouldn't be as easy this time is. It wasn't 2016 presidents losing ground in a lot of different places, but particularly in kinds of kinds of highly educated suburban district like the five that's Indian, his fifth congressional district on the north side of Indianapolis. The Trump campaign for Indiana is predicting a 22 point win for the president in Indiana, but conduct is not convinced that will happen. Former South Bend mayor people a judge's confident Joe Biden will be beating President Trump Tomorrow could be better suited to deal with this. Then Joe Biden, somebody that thing American people have known throughout his time in public life on CNN's state of the Union Buddha judge also accused Republicans of trying to suppress the vote. Instead of persuading people to vote in Columbus. A man is accused of spitting on a police officer Ashley found the reports were called to a circle K early Sunday morning about a drunk man inside the store. Police say Jesus Santiago spit blood in the face of an officer as he was being arrested. He's now in the Bartholomew County Jail on multiple charges. Ashley Fowler 93 WNBC Mobile news. It's chilly today, but we're in store for a big warm up. One stretch won't last too long. Winter temperatures get back Most adorable by the next National Weather Service meteorologist Andrew White, who says we could see tense in the seventies later this week. Indianapolis Colts running back 19 times had two touchdowns in the coals. 41 21 win.
"andrew white" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria
"But that could just be me as a person you know. Yeah I don't have scissors myself. But I felt like this sister relationship was very believable and I feel like. Novels who where I haven't been convinced. The sisterhood goes like one or two ways. One with their best friends, they have no issues. Or to where it's like. Evil Sister Utah that's the foil to them, and they like never get along. But this was a really good like they love each other they care for each other. They have their disagreements in their tips in there like and also to see how elects it's so much of a lexus perception. So when you do that resolution, is like a reminder like, oh, right the way I see a relationship is only one way like not resume not feeling that and again leads back to the whole communication thing in life issues drew Alexa with medication but Alexa I think also. Like a part of her accommodations for her personality is. To. Kind of get in her own head about stuff. Yeah. Perceived the relationship without actually talking to the person about how they feel about it, which is a lifetime. Again. That's kind of realistic because like we all do that you know. We assume. It tied in end of the to have that I also I'm always you know what's going to happen you get. Yeah. But I love to see how it happens. It's like her career moment and her sisters mayor and drew comes back and reconciliation and it's like and they're sitting to each other and he goes hey. And I'm like it's her sister drew get it together. It was it was. I enjoyed the I did do. It made me feel so good inside. One thing I appreciated about this book that stood out to me. As something I have rarely seen. Is the way that. The two main characters they are biracial couple, right Alexis Black Andrew White. And the watching the way that they navigate that in their relationship in the very real ways that it sort of affects them in their in their different contexts but. I something I really appreciate it is that that's not what the story is about. You know what I mean it's not like Like. The movie loving right where it's literally about the facts that there are a mixed race couple of NAFTA fight for their I mean they they were like. The. First ones. But were they have to sort of fight for everyone to accept to like this is who I'm with the about racial tension is not about that at all you know they're they have lives outside of their race I think particularly for Alexa, right. The way that. She has to remind drew like, Hey, racist thing I have to think about every time I walk into a room and it's not something you do so like let's talk about it but. It's You know an important part of the relationship, but it's not the main subject, right? The main subject is really. They're sort of communication with each other going A, and that was really cool for me to watch into. Normal. It just like I don't know they didn't make a big deal about it. I think that I agree with you and I think that what I Kind of realized about halfway through the book is that Alexa? kind of I mean she sucks communicating with. People that she cares about when it's like not about something that she's had to talk about her whole life. So like she was very upfront withdrew about are they going to be any black people there? And like that was so. She was so wary about talking about everything else as far as their relationship was, but she was so like I have to ask this and not kind of continued throughout the book of like. He was able to then say like there are going to be this person and this person this person or. When someone said something racist to her the fourth of July Party at the wedding? She was I mean she was upfront about it and I think it's because she had to be all of her life and like she hasn't had to. Communicate within weird. We're not dating but we're dating relationship and so like of course she's bad at communicating about that So I thought that was really telling and I liked the way that they handled all of it was very Respectful but not over the top I. Guess it like like we've felt very normal. AM The fact that like the importance that is given to drew believing her when she says his yeah. And it was automatically it was great. I had snaps for him because it was just like I'm going to I'm not taking this with a grain of salt I'm just believing you I. Love. Important. Yeah. Speaking from someone who's like an a mixed race relationship i. Did really appreciate that like their love stories like first and foremost because like that's what I relate to like it's my relationship with. The first thing and then yes, we also talk about race in. There's things that we have to talk about and we always talk about it like but it comes up in like. Just everyday conversation about his background and my background in like our experiences in the world it's not like okay. Now we're GONNA sit down and have a talk about race. You know she writes it in such a like. For me really relatable way of like that just like it'll come up and it'll start a conversation. It's. That and then we're like, okay what are we having for dinner? You know it doesn't like. Rule the story yeah. And I think. In, the articles I've read about Jasmine, gallery conversations I've had with people who've talked about her Like she writes the black female experience in a very joyful way of like, yeah. Yeah. There's a lot of heavy staff and black women go through so much but they also have. So much joy in their life. They have your answer.
"andrew white" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Most of the votes wrong about John Got Engaged in the national campaign of Nineteen. Fifty nine sixty this is the sixtieth year of the sit in campaign. which swept into every state of the Union. Largely manned by students because we recruited students. But put up on the map. That the nonviolent struggle begun in. Montgomery Alabama was not an accident. But as Martin King drew new called it Christian love. Has. Power that we have never tapped, and if we use it, we can transform not only own lives, but we will transform the earth in which we live. I counted providential role. The design moved to Nashville Tennessee dropping out of graduate school. In Nashville Cane people like Kelly Miller Smith. than. Andrew White than. GIANNETTA. Hayes. And Helen Roberts and. Dolores Wilkerson. and John Lewis. Diane Nash CT Vivian. Marion. Jim bevill. Viet falling night. Angela. Butler. How all of us gathered in nineteen, Fifty, eight and fifty, nine, and sixteen, Sixty, one and sixty two in the same city at the same time I count as being providential. We did not play in it. We, will all lead there. And when Kelly militia and the Nashville Christian Leadership Council met. In the fall of one, thousand, nine, hundred, Fifty, eight. And we determined that if there's to be a second major campaign that will demonstrate the efficacy of Satyagraha. Of Soul Force. Of Love Truth. That we would have to do it in Nashville. And so I planned. As the strategist and organizer. A four point. Ghandian strategic program. To create the campaign. We decided with great fear and anticipation we would desegregate. Nashville. No group of black people or other people anywhere in the United States in the twentieth century against the. Of a segregated system ever thought about. desegregating downtown. Tearing down the signs renovating the waiting rooms taking the. Immortals signs off. Off Of drinking fountains. But it was black women. Who made that decision for us in Nashville? I was scared to death. When we made that decision. I knew nothing about how we were going to do this. I had never done it before. But we planned the strategy. John Lewis did not stumble in on that campaign. Kelly Melissa Smith his teacher at ABC invited John. To join the workshops in the fall of one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, nine, as we prepared ourselves to face violence. And to do direct. Action. And to put on the map, the issue that the racism and segregation of the nation had to end. So sixtieth anniversary of that in campaign which became the second major campaign. Of the nonviolent movement of America. Those are not my words. John Lewis called what we did between one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, three in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, three, the nonviolent movement of America. Not, the CRM. I think we need to get the story straight because words are powerful. History must be written in such a fashion that it lifts up truly the spirit of the John Lewis of the world. That's why I've chosen just to say if you would about it. Kill him. Militia invited John. Lewis. I met a fisk student who told me about a student from Chicago Who wanted to do something about those vicious signs I said, invite invite Diane Nash to the workshop in September because we're going to do something about those signs. I push this hard. Now John Lewis had no choice in the matter. You should understand that. Because all the stories, we've heard this morning of. Becoming a preacher. Preaching. To the chickens and other. Things becoming ordained as a Baptist minister. Something else was happening. The John. In those early years. John Saw The validity. Of Racism. In Troy. Alabama. There formed in him A sensibility. That he had to do something about it. He did not know what that was. But he was convinced that he was called indeed. Took to do whatever he could do get in good trouble but stop. The horror. that. So many folk lived through in in this country in that part of the twentieth. Century. John was not alone. Martin King had the same experience as a boy. I had the same experience from age four. In the streets of Massillon Ohio. Matthew mccollum. Whose name you don't know in South Carolina had the same experience ct Vivian had the same experience. I maintain that many of us had no choice to do but we tried to do primarily because at an early age, we recognize the wrong under which we were forced to live. And we swore to God that by God's grace we would do whatever God called us to do in order to put on the table of the nation's Advanta. This must end. Black lives matter? So between one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, three, and nineteen seventy-three. We had major campaigns hereafter year thousands of demonstrations across the nation that supported it. We had folk in the congress folk in the White House. Folks catch scattered across the United States who were beginning to.
"andrew white" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Three. PC Mobile News on the level on the go, he says. Don't prioritize convenience over safety. A sunny sky 75 degrees on Monument Circle. I'm Sean. Heroic. Here's what's trending at 8 30 to the requirement for you to wear a mask and Marion County has begun. Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hog sat says he understands this mandate may irritate you overwhelmed by the transformation of our land. Realized that I'll be honest. I don't have empathy for those in the market within the coming days. That civil science driven policy is at two o'clock this afternoon hog set in Marion County Public Health Department director Virginia Cane will be giving away free mass to people who participate in the drive through food Bank at Cleaners. Food Bank of Indiana. Indiana schools will start reopening next month in the state is working on ways to get the message out to students. The mask up Eric Berman reports, nearly 500 schools have accepted a state offered to supply masks for students and teachers, plus a starter kit of sanitizer. But commissioner Chris Box as the Health Department is still brainstorming ways to make sure the message gets through the young people who are growing percentage of new infections to say he's already posted a service video on Social Media. Rick Berman, 93 WNBC Mobile parts of Indiana are under a heat advisory Today advisory was issued proportions of eastern Indiana and northeastern Indiana. We're expecting those. He didn't seem to be just a little bit higher than they are in central Indiana. Meteorologist Andrew White with the National Weather Service in Indianapolis, says temperatures will get a little bit cooler over the next few days after today, but they'll be back in the nineties early next week. The Supreme Court is ending its current term. Today they will likely announce what will happen to President Trump's financial records. Prosecutors and House Democrats had sued.
"andrew white" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Even able to project or project where we'll be in a few weeks he says he has no better sense right now about when they can resume the season then he did win the league first shut down a bigger chance for some severe weather today National Weather Service meteorologist Andrew white back to the stores are probably going to negotiate up near the Chicago area this evening and then move south knights of areas further north to probably see the storms a little bit earlier during the day large hail and damaging winds likely right now we're expecting both the stars to be happening during the evening and overnight hours what the best chances probably between about nine PM tonight about five AM tomorrow for central Indiana he says all of central Indiana is under a slight risk for severe weather today is national beer day celebrating this made up holiday is as simple as grabbing a cold one and maybe taking to social media with the hashtag national beer day day observed on the seventh day of every April because it was on this day back in nineteen thirty three president Franklin Roosevelt made the first move toward ending prohibition he signed the colors Harrison act making it legal for beer to be brewed in the United States take a look at the radar it's clear right now cloudy and seventy one on monument circle I'm Kirk Darling and I'm John Herrick on the level on the go and on Twitter at ninety three W. Y. B. C. and W. Y. B. C. dot com now back so many fans today live from the heart the crossroads of America it's Tony Katz today and the numbers are exactly where you thought they'd be and they continue to grow three hundred and thirty thousand eight hundred ninety one cases coronavirus in the United States eighty nine hundred and ten deaths according to the CDC on the Johns Hopkins board three hundred sixty thousand cases ten thousand nine hundred and ninety three dozen that number's going to go.
"andrew white" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"News all the level on the go no arrives later but doesn't stick around long rain moving through the Indy metro right now thirty nine degrees on monument circle I'm John Herrick here's what's trending at seven thirty sporadic rainfalls most of the day today but then snow moves in around midnight says National Weather Service of Indianapolis meteorologist Andrew white it will be wrapping up by late tomorrow afternoon tomorrow evening there could be a few kind of light snow showers rain showers into the evening hours but mostly done by the evening he expects the snow fall total of about an inch wide believes the northern part of the state will see the most snow with some cities and towns in that part of the state likely getting two inches the Senate prepares for a third day of arguments by house impeachment managers calling for president trump to be removed from office boxes grip Jenkins reports and injures will focus on the second article of impeachment obstruction of Congress making their case against the president yesterday telling centers the evidence is overwhelming reaching the level of impeachment the president's team takes a for tomorrow they will have an equal twenty four hours over three days although it's not clear when they'll use all that time then the final calling witnesses is far from over the Senate reconvenes at one o'clock this afternoon improving education in America was something former south been mayor and presidential candidate the judge talked about at the U. S. conference of mayors winter meeting in DC Thursday title one money for schools so the following is good anywhere is to go and with a center in case you believed and president trump plans to address US mayors of the White House.
"andrew white" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"No one this needs to be cold in jail because they fight for freedom this is what we know what's next after a thirteen year old student was arrested at a middle school in south Los Angeles Thursday lawn forces a fellow students over her the boys threats deputies arrested in says A. B. C.'s Marcy Gonzalez in LA detectives now trying to figure out if that was a possible target list and what motivated the alleged plot at this middle school which is just an hour from the site of the country's most recent school shootings just last week greasy annual burger and Dominic Blackwell were killed by a classmate at Saugus high school since then the Los Angeles county sheriff says there have been more than thirty threats made on other schools still in effect an adviser from federal health officials not to eat any romaine lettuce grown in the Salinas California region II coli Chris valleys president of grower shipper association central California oaks have it you should follow the adviser you should look at it you should look specifically to see where was ground where was harvested where's this product you know produced from your listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK San Jose police have arrested a man they say had improvised explosive devices at his home and they're investigating whether he's connected to a bomb found at a nearby school police say Andrew white was taken into custody at around two thirty AM Friday after an eight hour standoff federal agents have arrested a former San Diego county sheriff's captain along with others in a gun trafficking case is the latest in a string of cases involving current and former law enforcement officers in southern California accused of illegal gun dealing San Diego sheriff's captain Markel caramel pleaded not guilty Friday a thirteen year old boy is under arrest over allegations of making threats against his school in southern California officials said the arrest was made Thursday after reports of a threat against a middle school students reportedly over her the teen talking about plans for shooting at animal may Jamison charter middle school in Los Angeles and asked the news Cindy chaw.
"andrew white" Discussed on WJR 760
"Three eight one three one one if you want to join it let's go to taylor in athens alabama taylor you're on with dan bongino what do you got for us quick questions number one huckabee we haven't heard a little heck mony about from andrew white never to robert muller Testify because he probably doesn't even know within report it actually do the report himself. Remember? Three. Democrats wanted to stay. why did they not believe him that there was no evidence of which robert muller actually said under oath before the committee okay let me address there's a good question let's go one by one so you i is why is it whitesman up there testifying taylor bingo excellent question andrew weisman was lieutenant in this case andrew weisman is thought to be the genesis of these ridiculous legal theories they use the fabricate dispose of in charge why is he not up there i don't have a good answer to that he should be up there you're right he did an awful job inge weisman embarrassed himself in the legal profession what was question number two asked about the report what was in a report was muller not familiar with what's in a report muller actually to testify pretty hesitant yeah no but you answered your own question you said at one point you said i don't think he's familiar with his own report taylor you nailed it i think you answered your own question i'm not sure muller is is the what's the best way to say this is the monarch of this thing he is name is on it he comes off like the king like he was running this thing i think weisman dominated this investigation from the start it should be called the whitesman report i think you're right i don't think muller is intimately familiar with the details of the case and is afraid to be embarrassed i think that is the reason and you brought up one final question what was the last good i'm sorry i was trying to write them down but you are listening to you quick question number three wide gonna crap donald trump to robert muller on your Robert muller. What bear God? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. They are set on committees, no evidence even made this point. A L. collusion when robert mueller and stuff that there's none well because they're crazy i mean they really there so infected with this anti-trump adams they don't have anything have to hang their hat on something for the last two years they've been promoting a conspiracy theory that trump colluded with the russian they don't have anything else there's nowhere else to go trump has been fully exonerated on all counts they will not prosecute him on any charge because there's no evidence there so why because they don't they just don't have anything they've tried everything tell thanks for the call of this great questions i appreciate but i want to bring up one of the things just kind of piggybacking off taylor's call there they've tried everything the democrats have tried promoting collusion of fell apart they tried to promote obstruction that fell apart exonerated on both counts so now they're trying to promote through bob muller after his ridiculous press conference this theory at the only reason the president wasn't prosecuted for obstruction is bob muller sadness absurd press conference wells because the office of legal counsel guidelines Prevented Bob Muller from issuing indictment against the president. wrong again bob bob muller told multiple witnesses and the department of justice who stated on the record they had to issue a clarification later that the oh well see guidelines were not the reason he did not attempt to indict donald trump the reason they didn't indict donald trump is because he was exonerated there was no case for obstruction that's why muller must've forgotten taylor pointed out when he question to smother even know what's in his own report mother must've forgotten himself that he told bar that he told bill bar the attorney general multiple witnesses that the guidelines had nothing to do with it i heard one williams on fox repeat this talking point again it is categorically false they issued.
Mighty Caseys Home Run
"How are you, Chris? I'm not quite as rested. Yeah. I'm not as tan. Thanks for bringing the main weather with you. It is fantastic outside. It is gorgeous out. So and here we are in a window through. I know let's make this quick. We're going to dip into the full mail bag. One company is having trouble finding a CEO. So depending on what your resume looks like we may have a job opening for the dozens of listeners. Let's start with some earnings from Casey's general stores and by earnings I mean blow out earnings starting with the thunder. Are you Chris had really is Casey's general? The stock is up eleven percent attending an all time high. How good was this quarter? It was really it was a really good quarter. I mean sixty eight cents versus fifty one year ago for the quarter five dollars and fifty cents for for, for the year versus three eighty one for a year ago. The stock edgy said up ten percent and all of this came in the environment in which I think the thing that people were surprised about is that it's one of the things that Casey's does one of their big revenue items gasoline sales, and it's been kind of cruddy environment for selling gas right pricing. Hasn't been there spreads haven't been there. So for them to come in with a quarter like this. That means. Their front of store has just performed magnificently. That was the thing I was thinking about when I was taking a quick look at the results, and I just and this is not a apples to apples comparison. But I thought of Costco, because every time Costco reports earnings, you know, the gasoline is part of that question, but it really does seem like Casey's general has. Through no fault of their own invert put pressure on Costco in anyone else who is in that business to basically say, hey, look, you don't have to be victim to the whims of past prices. If you are really getting it done in the front of the store. Do you have you been to a Casey's? I've never been to a case so you know what they're about. Right. So folks here on the east coast probably familiar with wa wa or sheets cases kind of like that. But in the mid west. And so, yeah, maybe they've put Costco under a little bit of pressure, but they're really, really putting pressure under fast food restaurants companies, like McDonald's that have dominated the, you know, the travel food market for for such a long period of time. And I mean there are multiple stores. I mean I would love to be I mean while might be at the top of my list for companies that I would like to invest in that don't exist. But, you know, are there that you can't not the doesn't exist while was a real thing? But. But Casey's is a pretty good alternative. I mean, there's circle K. They're seven eleven even but Casey's may be the one that is most similar to a while her sheets. When you look at the stock hitting all time, high is it pricey because cases general, is one of those stocks that in good times, and bad has never really struck me as being pricey. No, it's okay, it's, it's a little pricey. But given compared to what else is out there in the market. I mean beyond me trading at a price to sales of thirty four I think we're fine with Casey's. I mean Casey's Casey's food margins, the margin of their store spectacular. This is a really really, well run company and it's really taking share from a lot of the quick serve restaurants. The particularly again is we get out into the travel season. You know, over the summer. I you know, I see good things for this company, they're gonna start to run up against some real competition, particularly as they pushed the east, but nine thousand nine hundred stores they know what they're doing. Let's move onto the latest in the US China trade war, and the latest hook from from the Wall Street Journal involves Foxconn which has come out and said, Foxconn is prepared to move apple production out of China. Yeah. And not only are they prepared to they could do it. They feel like they could do it rather quickly with without any disruption. So Foxconn one of really interesting things about this article was that they, they noticed they noted that the company's been public since nineteen ninety one, the actual name of the company is Han. Hi precision. This is the first investor conference, call in meeting that they've ever had the first one. Why do you think they why? Well, part, part of it in one of the reasons that they did this was that the president and founder of FOX cons guy named Terry, go is running for president of Taiwan's. We has to step down. So they're talking about some of the. Some of the issues having to do with, with leadership transition and such things. But they took the opportunity to say, by the way, we had been up in Wisconsin for nothing. We don't have massive facilities in Vietnam in Mexico in Brazil, and even Japan for nothing. We're ready and we've been thinking about this for years as the advantage for manufacturing in China has declined. So in some ways, it's almost, you know, the thing that fascinating to me in this talks about how pragmatic these, you know, the, the Chinese and the Taiwanese are with each other. It seems to be entirely uncontroversial that the potential next president of Taiwan is one of the largest employers in China. I mean, that's not even something that they're really even you know, they're not even really talking about. So. Yeah, I mean, this is, it's just interesting to see the ways in which global trade and global manufa. Lecturing are shifting based upon the potential for a long, protracted trade war. Does that automatically mean that the price of the next generation of iphone is going to be higher as a result? Let's say this act. Opposed to what? That's well, that's fair. Yeah. But, but if you're someone who loves Apple's products and you see this headline, I think it's reasonable to ask the question, wait a minute is stuff going to I? I apple has always had pricing power are gonna have even more now because if they're moving Foxconn is moving production out of China, Maya sumptious is it's going to cost more to build the iphone in Wisconsin than China. Yeah. I don't I actually I don't think so. The iphone and the ipad, particularly the iphone have had such huge margins that the manufacturing component. I mean it's like it's like if you have to spend a little bit more to manufacture pharmaceutical that doesn't really have anything to do with the price that they're able to charge me. They have really, really found a way to find to price it at the point in which, you know, the customers would still consume. So I don't I don't really think that this is an issue for them. I mean it could it could impact margin just a little bit. But that, that margin is already being impacted by by virtue of the fact that these things are being manufactured in China under under a new tariff regime. If you're. Looking for a new job? You might wanna check out the job offerings at Wells Fargo which continue to include the CEO position monster dot com may have this listed Wall Street Journal, reporting that Wells Fargo shocker is having trouble getting some of the top executives in the banking industry, interested in the job at wellsfargo, it's hard not to have just a little bit of shoddy in for about this as poorly as Wells Fargo has behaved over the last several years. Oh, yeah, no, we're definitely going to have a little bit of shot in for, you know, who else is Jamie diamond. Yeah. I like the Jamie diamond last month took a shot at them average, and I'm quoting here, he was at an investor conference and said, it's not responsible for a company just my own view to have a CEO leave with no plan in place. I don't personally understand that these referring, of course, to not just a company but a but a sustained. Important bank. Absolutely. No. Absolutely. And you know, I mean put aside. The issues that they have at the fake credit card accounts, and all of the cultural issues, although that all of those things lead to where they are right now having trouble filling this spot. Yeah. But he's got a point. I mean he shop at he's got a point that, if you're the board of directors and Tim Sloan suddenly, walks out the door. You gotta be ready. It's baffling to me that they didn't have an emergency break glass plan in place. Not saying Tim Sloan was going to leave, but they had no idea what they were going to do. So what they've what they've ended up having to do. They've gone out. They tried to get the CEO of PNC guy named Richard DEM, Jack. They went after Gordon Smith from J P Morgan, they've even gone after a guy name. Richard Davis, who was the former CEO of US Bank or Bank core. Who is now the CEO of the make a wish foundation and all of these people have said, no, we're really not interested because I mean for one thing they had to each watched, you know, when the Senate banking committee, just absolutely torch, Tim, Sloan and said, that's just not worth it. I mean this job really, really must be toxic. And there's fairy little to see in Wells Fargo Fargo's future because of caps, that the Federal Reserve has put on the Bank any type of turnaround in the Bank is years into the future. Well, and if you're Gordon Smith JP Morgan, if Jamie diamond ever decides it's time to ride off into the sunset Gordon. Smith is on the shortlist of internal candidates to replace him. So why would you leave is? And he has he has, I think the number was fifty million dollars in deferred compensation coming to him just remaining where he is which, you know, good for. Him. Would must be nice. So getting him would be quite expensive. And they really this has to be a good hire for for for Wells Fargo. So I can take why they are perhaps going slow. But the fact that they didn't have a plan in places is perhaps unconscionable. And also, perhaps demonstrative of why no one wants the job. Is it a given that it's going to be someone from the banking industry because obviously industry expertise is important, but they still have cultural problems in Wells Fargo. I think I think the answers, it's a fantastic question. I think the answer is. Yes, simply because. Yeah, they have the cultural issues to solve. And maybe that is a higher. But the bigger issue that they have is that the regulators and the Federal Reserve are down their throats, and I don't know that a non banking person would necessarily have the tools in place to be able to navigate those issues are Email addresses, market fully at fool dot com. Got an Email from Andrew who writes, it was great to see and meet many of you at full fest last Friday. Thank you for all that. You do your research inside humor makes investing enjoyable and time efficient. Thank you for that, Andrew. He goes onto right? You've certainly made me smarter happier and richer, as well as annoying. My wife when I walk around the house with headsets on listening to your podcasts. Andrew. We downside. We appreciate. The nice comments there. Don't don't unnecessarily annoy. Mrs just. No. That's, that's a self-inflicted admit it. Yeah. L which, I mean, what did you think we were going to do with? So also, we don't want any residual blowback from Andrews white. If we don't want her being, like, hey, you know, you are making me, certainly less happy. I know that's not good yesterday market fully MAC and Jason Emily talk a little bit about full fest. Our biggest event we've ever had and. One or two things that stand out for you in terms of highlights. Well, I was I had a wonderful conversation with the CEO of upward command named Stefan, casserole and just listening to him, really describe the issues around the, the gig economy around around contractors and how nearly thirty five percent of all Americans do actually have our temporarily employed in some ways a lot of whom were by choice. And I'll be honest, I think about business a lot. And I think about the economy in the way things you know, try. Things are progressing lot. But he brought up some really, really interesting concepts just in terms of the power of the worker now and the fact that perhaps the relationship between employer and employee is breaking down and maybe actually in some ways, it should that was I didn't catch all of your interview with Stefan, I caught the second half of it, it was really great. It was very enjoyable. I just say this every year, about full fest, but it's always so great. Just a meet people talk to people and get a sense of where they are in their investing life. Some people are just starting out. Some people are younger. Some people are older NAN, they're starting to think about their kids and their grandkids and sort of setting, you know, ways to pass on the love of investing for them generations. And, and it was it was just great. I do love both of those constituencies. And you at some point it becomes it becomes so. So fun for us. You know, I, I look forward every time to for example, seeing the Morgan's north family from North Carolina who come to each and every event, and they're, they're just lovely people, and you get a chance to really interact, and they see these things that are meaningful to us, and we'd like for you to do more of and carefully. People say, you know, maybe do a little bit less of this, or a little bit different. And so I can't even you know, I can't even begin to describe how valuable those interactions are for us and I do do love when, when folks bring their you know, their kids, they're, you know, their college age, you know, young adult family members and guests just seeing them begin to understand, because they have the biggest advantage of all, you know, they have all of their earnings potential in front of them, and they have so much time. And it's I mean, it's it is a wonderful that tonight, enjoy each and every year it was great. So thank you to everyone and all the, the listener. Who came up now both of them both. No, no. There were a bunch of because they're a bunch of people come up. And they're like I listen, here's how I listen here's when I listen now, and then there are people who come up to me and say, do you work here? Can you? What time is lunch? Where's the coffee which is a good question for you? Can you introduce me to Andy cross? Bill man. Thanks for being here. Thank you. Chris, as always people on the program may have interest in the stocks. They talked about in the motley fool man formal recommendations for against so buy or sell stocks based, solely on what you hear that's going to do it for this edition of market fluids show is mixed by Dan void. I'm Chris hill. Thanks for listening. We'll see you
"andrew white" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Opinion. Addressing. All the. Danger on the race day. Severe thunderstorm warning for Shelby. Rush indicator, a medicine McGill. Here's what's trending at four zero three showers and thunderstorms are possible tomorrow, Dern in towards the end of the race as meteorologist, Andrew white. He has some tips on stain safe thing lightning or hear thunder. Your best bet is to give enclosed building inside your vehicle. Says you should listen to the tracks warnings about severe weather. An officer has been injured in a motorcycle crash on I four sixty five southbound Marion county police the crash happened near eighty sixth street. The officer sergeant Joseph post game with the Marion county sheriff's office was taken to a nearby hospital. He's in stable condition, but will undergo testing actors Matt Damon and Christian bale will be waving the green flag to start. The Indianapolis five hundred they're started a new racing film Ford versus Ferrari, rob Kahn reports on one of the film's screenwriters, whose an indie native Jason Keller is in north central high school and ball state, university alum. He started his screenwriting career in twenty eleven. He wrote mirror mirror starring Julia Roberts and the film escape plan with Arnold Schwarzenegger and still are still owed. His latest film Ford versus Rory is about the battle between the two companies at LeMond in nineteen sixty six when you see the movie it's deeper, then racing or cars, it's really about the guys build those kinds of cars and push them to their limits. The move you will be in theaters. On November fifteenth, rod counted ninety three WIBC mobile news. It's four oh four years or four counts from the American standard cooling weather center. Tonight, warm and muggy with showers and thunderstorms. This evening thunderstorms are possible overnight towards daybreak. We'll see lows near sixty nine early showers and storms on Sunday with more showers and storms during the afternoon. Highs near eighty I'm wish TV storm track. Eight meteorologist Tara Hastings for Ninety-three WIBC? I'm Addison McGill on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC dot com. Folks, it's our biggest grill event of the year, the best time to buy the latest grills from our exclusive lineup of premium brands like whenever trigger and more, get free assembly free delivery, and free fuel on our top girls and accessories. Three ninety nine enough and don't miss our neighborhood barbecue. This Saturday from eleven AM to two PM, enjoy, great grilling demos, and expert, advice, only at offer as awards members through may thirty first see participating source for scheduling or exclusions, propane tank. Not included. Eric graduate at hers. The checkered flag that Madonna hose it and waves it for a winner of the nineteen sixty nine five hundred mile race. His name has been synonymous with speed for more than fifty years. But there's no slowing Mario Andretti down even five decades after the biggest win of his career field. Feel that every person that I take progressing sort of increasing that, you know, the the fan. Fervor about our sport. You know. And. So there's a real cassette is tremendous value to this program for the next two hours. Join us as we salute. This iconic driver on heroes of the five hundred the Mario Andretti story. I'm staying Lear. Mario Andretti story began in Italy in nineteen forty in the town of Montana, which boasts the longest stairway in the world at just over one thousand steps Mario, and his twin brother Aldo were born in the sleepy town, just about the time that World War Two broke out. And when the hostilities were over their lives change forever. Montana was given to you go Slavia in the postwar settlements, and their town was now under communist control after sticking it.
"andrew white" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"You're not pulling your punches. They're going to rely on you. It's a commitment to the truth one of the advantages. I think having been in this business a long you're able to detect what is real what is important, and what's Justice. Political noise. Chris wallace. Some Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion. WIP see mobile news all the level on the go. Oh. Should you be worried about your Monday commute I, Madison the gale? Here's what's trending this hour meteorologist Andrew white with the national weather service. Indianapolis says snow will begin to move into the central Indiana area after sunrise on Sunday. Expecting started be over by by six o'clock tomorrow. So crews will have all night to clear any roads off and deal with any of the issues. He says the only thing you should be worried about Monday is the cool. Temperatures around ten degrees about two hundred people came together last night to remember style. Value be at the Christ Church cathedral on monument circle lost. And we are broken Mustafa sister Zara UB, Indianapolis, metropolitan police say Dustin Passarelli Plainfield shot and killed now UB after a road rage incident. Three of UBS friends who witnessed the shooting said Passarelli was shouting racial slurs at them right before he fired at UB and are calling it a hate crime, filming his two female roommates with hidden cameras is why not use student is in trouble with police. Ashley father reports Tyler best originally told Bloomington police he bought the cameras for security. But then he changed his story ended mid that. He hit a camera each woman's bedroom and recorded them while they were nude best was arrested and charged with two counts of voyeurism. Ashley fowler. Maybe three WIBC mobile. News gases a little bit cheaper this weekend than it was during the week. Your average gas prices to twenty six per gallon in Indy. That's according to gas, buddy dot com, Madison not on the level on the go on Twitter at Ninety-three, WIBC and.
"andrew white" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Twenty ten healthcare law means many will be affected. If it struck down in the courts, according to the Star Tribune staff. Yeah. So yeah. So some people who benefited from me for portable character are concerned that the judge's ruling that would that that happened at the end of last year will might affect them where was this editorial when they were passing the Affordable Care Act. Many Minnesotans who are perfectly fine with their healthcare as it is are very concerned about what the Affordable Care Act might do to them know anybody who tried to raise concerns about what the Affordable Care Act would do. We're just laughed out of the room and dismissed. Yep. Yep. And there's a light works both ways. They have let's see I counted here. One two three four five six six one's a whole family. Six different profiles. Individuals in this article who are in some way, shape or form getting coverage from the Affordable Care Act, and highlighting what would happen if they didn't have that coverage from the Affordable Care Act. What the article is lacking is any sort of comprehensive look on what kind of choices they've made one. But also what other opportunities could either present themselves or already available for them to take advantage of all all it does is basically lay out these six examples of if you took away the health care of these people, it'd be really bad. No, it's it's it's it's it's page one on one of their playbook. It really is. It's a create big giant government programs. Get people dependent upon them. And then when people talk about reforming these programs are getting rid of these programs because they're not delivering or they're too expensive. They're unsustainable. Then you have these pieces come out yet profile those people that have become dependent upon those. We can't ever get rid of John because I've got six people here who who might possibly maybe be adverse impacted if we did. Well, and it's what the GOP needs to do a better job of. And they always need to do a better job of right? It's nice that the Star Tribune staff again, like we said earlier for them to do the work of the DFL by touting these examples, what we need are the other examples, we need the examples of the other options available to these particular individuals or other individuals who would rather be on a different type of care. That is just as the forceable that offers them more choices. There's one little paragraph in here. Whether the ACA is the right solution for the. Nations healthcare challenges remains in dispute, but has become so embedded in clinics hospitals insurance markets over the past decade that eliminating it would affect the Medicare the medical care of millions of people. Yeah. And blame the hatch a witne pushed it blaming the individuals who rammed it through. Because there were plenty of us that were sitting back and say, you don't want this. This is not the right idea. This is not the right thing to do including all the people that you mentioned that were already getting pretty good care here. Prior to win this garbage got pushed Minnesota was in pretty good shape. When he came to healthcare before the Affordable Care came along six five one nine eight nine five eight five five against us that hashtag TC on Twitter coming up out of the hill, a veteran NBC analysts recommends Trump free newsdays I like it and our that Trump free. Newsday. Also, why is white sue supremacy to blame for earthquakes in Portland? Justice Andrew white people from Minnesota so hockey fishing skiing sailing and after a few drinks put on a prince album, twin cities news talk AM eleven thirty and one zero three point five FM Chris Addison's look.
Texas' First Hispanic Female Sheriff Enters Governor's Race
"Will apply to about seven million people who have fully insured coverage through an employer that insurance generally involves smaller businesses a jerry house the first despotic female sheriff in texas is headed to a democratic runoff against the son of a former governor in their longshot bid to unseat republican governor greg abbott former dallas county sheriff lupi alba's and houston investor andrew white advanced tuesday from a field of nine largely unknown democratic primary candidates the runoff elections may twenty sackett us senator said crews and us representative beto work advanced to a closely watched november match up in the lonestar state more these stories a town hall dot com a patrick flaws there are over nine billion animals raised on farm some branches across the country each year for far too long those animals were not asked him what he protections to ensure they're humane treatment and care luckily titans have changed and more and more farmers are raising their animals seven cordons but the american humane set the goal of science they standards american humane is this country's first national humane organization at is committed to working with farmers to offer ethnically driven consumers humanely race.