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Kami Irwin Describes US13 #HonorTheFallen

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:36 min | Last month

Kami Irwin Describes US13 #HonorTheFallen

"Kami, what is U.S. 13 honor the fallen? Will you tell us what this idea is and how you're going to honor the 13? Yes, thanks for having me. That picture came to life so quickly. It was just very impressive, but U.S. 13 stands for united. I held it as a tribute here in Austin, Texas last year. We had 13 votes, 13 flags at 1300, the community here in Austin came together to support my dream of doing this that hopefully one day any one of those families would see that people care that people are so disheartened by what happened to our troops and from there it just started to spread on social media and it started getting back to those families and I had no idea that would happen that soon. I had some of the family sending me thank you cards, which was totally unnecessary. I did that because I wanted them to know how much we care and it's now I've traveled over the last few months met some of the families. We have social media relationships and we are now holding another tribute to honor the sacrifice that those 13 gave up for this country and it has been one of the saddest emotional humbling journeys I've ever began in my life.

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Chip Roy: 'America Is Great, Washington Is Broken'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | Last month

Chip Roy: 'America Is Great, Washington Is Broken'

"Been able to study the specifics because I've been doing some other stuff today but I mean look I've known and we've seen the concerns about this being a general warrant from the very beginning And look you're right about the point about the Tea Party and being a part of this early on The first chapter of a book I wrote with governor Perry helped him write was called America's great Washington is broken We wrote that 12 years ago because America is great but Washington is trampling on us That's the whole point of don't tread on me And look the reality is right now We've got to look beyond where we are in these election cycles to lead this country forward You know this country turns 250 years old in July of 2026 Now are we going to pass that a free country to our kids and grandkids That's what should drive us Back to your point The long train of abuses that the founders laid out in the declaration in my opinion pale in comparison to the long train of abuses that are mounting up against the American people every day The hardworking American getting screwed by paying off student loans to somebody else The individual who is getting screwed because the FBI is targeting them I met with Scott Smith You remember Scott don't you The father in loudoun county Virginia whose daughter was Oh yeah Yeah yeah yeah yeah I know the story So Scott is a good friend now I've come to know him since all of that story broke a year ago He was in Austin Texas We had lunch the other day That is an American who was being targeted by the FBI made the poster child for making threat attack Brett tags for domestic terrorism because a parent dares to go to the school board and say wait a second my daughter shouldn't be raped in the bathroom Now you've got a former president of the United States being targeted by the FBI Now you have Zuckerberg actually admitting that the FBI I think unconstitutionally abusing the First Amendment told Facebook hey you need to stop putting any of this to the stuff out about a hunter's laptop We have an assault on the very well-being and freedoms of the American people and it is time for Republicans to find their dang balls and get up and fight It's over

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Alex Jones ordered to pay Sandy Hook parents more than $4M

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

Alex Jones ordered to pay Sandy Hook parents more than $4M

"A jury has reached a verdict against Alex Jones in the defamation lawsuit against the InfoWars host Question one a $50,000 Question one B $10,000 What you're hearing all adds up to a major legal in financial defeat for the man who has repeatedly claimed that the sandy hook elementary school massacre was a jury in Austin Texas ruling that Alex Jones must pay more than $4 million in compensatory damages to the parents of a 6 year old boy killed in the 2012 shooting It marks the first time that the InfoWars host has been held financially liable for his insistence that the shooting was all a fake but the financial damage is just beginning the jury next decides how much Jones must pay in punitive damages to Neil heslin and scarlet Lewis their son Jesse Lewis was among the 20 children and 6 educators who were shot to death at sandy hook Gabrielle

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Sympathetic portrayal of Alex Jones rebuked as 'hypocrisy'

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Sympathetic portrayal of Alex Jones rebuked as 'hypocrisy'

"More testimony has been heard in the Alex Jones defamation case in Texas Not the words you'd expect to hear to describe Alex Jones stressed out unable to relax even on vacation worried about money and upset that some people think he's a child killer but that is what a jury in Austin Texas has heard from a producer of his InfoWars sight She said lawsuits over his claims that the sandy hook school massacre never happened have taken a toll on Jones that did not sit well with the attorney for the parents who was suing him for deformation Mark bankston asked the witness if she saw the irony of her saying that when the parents have been lied about by her boss According to Texas and in Connecticut have already found Jones libel for defamation all that remains is for the jury in Austin to determine damages in the case I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Jury selected for Alex Jones' Sandy Hook defamation trial

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Jury selected for Alex Jones' Sandy Hook defamation trial

"A jury is now in place to hear a case that will see InfoWars host Alex Jones put his money where his mouth has been For years Alex Jones has insisted that the shooting at sandy hook elementary school was a hoax and now that he's been found in default in the defamation lawsuit all that's left is for a jury to determine how much money he's going to have to shell out to pay the families who are suing him The panel has now been seated in Austin Texas opening arguments are set to begin at stake for Jones is another potentially major financial blow that could put his group of conspiracy peddling businesses into deeper jeopardy The lawsuits don't ask duras to award a specific dollar amount against Jones but attorneys for the family suggest they could be seeking up to a $100 million or more in compensatory and punitive damages A Moscow's Gabriel

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Why 'Supreme Disorder' Author Ilya Shapiro Resigned From Georgetown

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:26 min | 2 months ago

Why 'Supreme Disorder' Author Ilya Shapiro Resigned From Georgetown

"Guys, I'm really happy to welcome to the podcast Ilya Shapiro. He's senior fellow director of constitutional studies at the Manhattan institute, but previously he was the executive director and senior lecturer at Georgetown university, the center for the constitution. He's the author of supreme disorder and other works. I want to talk about his experience at Georgetown and related to some of the larger issues we're dealing with in academia. Ilya, welcome to the podcast, great to have you, it seems like you've gone through a kind of a traumatic experience that Georgetown. But I think you're not alone in facing this kind of an issue. So maybe I'll begin by just asking you to describe what happened at Georgetown. It all started, I believe, with a tweet. Yeah. Yeah, good to be with you, dinesh. I had been at the Cato institute for nearly 15 years doing constitutional law. And thought it might be a good time in my career to switch to try to have a different kind of impact, got a wonderful offer from Georgetown to head up the center with alongside professor Randy Barnett, a giant of constitutional law. A few days before I was due to assume my new duties, so this is at the end of January, when news of justice Breyer's retirement leaked, I was doing media that day, I was on the road. I was in Austin, Texas, and used what's not a best practice in doom scrolling my Twitter feed late at night in my hotel room, and was unhappy with President Biden's having declared that he would be limiting his candidate pool by race and sex. He said that he'd pick a black woman. And I said, well, look, and to my mind, if I were a democratic president, I would pick Sri srinavasan. He would be the first Indian American justice as well, very well reputed on the D.C. circuit. But of course, he's disqualified because it doesn't have the right intersectional characteristics. And that tweet set off a firestorm. I was even before joining Georgetown, I was suspended, and there was a four month long investigation into whether my commentary violated the university's harassment and anti discrimination policies. At the end of which they discovered, oh, one of their lawyers looked at the calendar and realized I had not been an employee when I tweeted. And so those policies didn't even apply

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Would the Green Jacket Will Draw the Most Women?

Fore The People

01:46 min | 2 months ago

Would the Green Jacket Will Draw the Most Women?

"Think I posted this, I posted this question and on Twitter and we'll see how the response is kind of come in. I'll run back down and look at my phone, but what if you had to wear which of these trophies would definitely require a snorkel going into a bar? And assuming you were there to drink out of it or in it. The wanamaker, the U.S. open trophy, the claret jug or a green jacket. Or does it depend where you are? Is that a regional? It's the biggest one. I mean, if you're gonna fill that thing up with beer, it's gotta be that one. Right? I mean, you're talking about like 20 something beers. No dude. Are you talking about? They're like taking this thing down in one sitting. Are you talking about taking this thing down? I'm like, no, I'm talking about like you're going out. I'm talking about like, you're going out to the club. Which do you think the ladies would flock to the most? The green jacket. The green jacket. I said snorkel. I said snorkel. The wanamaker, the Clara jug, which I think would be the most fun to drink out of because that thing is so old, I could only imagine what old Tom Morris was leading out of the claret jug. Well, yeah. And then the U.S. open trophy. If you're talking about snorkel as in getting, you know, getting the entire female population just drowning and if that's what you mean, then yeah, it's the green jacket. Even the dumbest 18 year old college freshman, you know, watches the masters with her dad and knows what the green jacket means. So that's got to be the answer. You walk into a bar wearing. If Scottie scheffler walks into a college bar in Austin, Texas, wearing the green jacket, and he's not married, and he's single. Yes, he has the pick of the litter. It doesn't matter. It doesn't matter who's in there.

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Charlie Dissects Horrific 'Drag Your Kids to Pride' Event in Dallas

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | 4 months ago

Charlie Dissects Horrific 'Drag Your Kids to Pride' Event in Dallas

"Happening in Dallas, Texas, while we were doing something very constructive and I believe something that was virtuous or at least attempting to be very virtuous, which was something else in Dallas, Texas that has gone completely viral. Is worthy of our examination. In Dallas, Texas, this is now gone completely viral. There was an event. It was called the Dallas drag your kids to pride event, which has gone viral because it showed drag queens. With young children, as the young kids in the front row were handing the money to the drag queens. Behind the drag queens was a neon big sign that said it won't lick itself. There was another neon sign. I'm actually struggling to remember what the other neon signs said, but it's just as disgusting. Now there were kids as young as 5 or 6 or 7 years old in the front row, watching these drag queens perform, giving them money. Now it bears repeating, this was in Dallas, Texas, where parents were taking their 5 6 and 7 year olds to this drag bar with a neon sign that said it's not going to lick itself. Now, this has gone completely viral, and in fact, I'm very glad it has gone viral because even some people that are more moderate on these issues have decided to speak out and say this is reprehensible. This is awful. Now, this is not an Austin Texas. This is in Dallas.

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New York Los Angeles, Census Bureau And Chicago discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

New York Los Angeles, Census Bureau And Chicago discussed on AP News Radio

"Many Americans left the nation's biggest cities during the first year of the pandemic 8 of the ten largest cities in this country lost population during the first year of the pandemic At the top of the list New York Los Angeles and Chicago New York lost more than 305,000 people between July of 2020 and July of 2021 according to the Census Bureau Among the ten largest cities only San Antonio and Phoenix gained new residents and not many so where did everybody go Many went to smaller big cities primarily in the sunbelt Austin Texas and Fort Worth Jacksonville Florida Charlotte North Carolina The reasons vary housing costs jobs births and deaths I'm Rita foley

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Goodbye NYC: Estimates show big city losses, Sunbelt gains

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Goodbye NYC: Estimates show big city losses, Sunbelt gains

"Many Americans left the nation's biggest cities during the first year of the pandemic 8 of the ten largest cities in this country lost population during the first year of the pandemic At the top of the list New York Los Angeles and Chicago New York lost more than 305,000 people between July of 2020 and July of 2021 according to the Census Bureau Among the ten largest cities only San Antonio and Phoenix gained new residents and not many so where did everybody go Many went to smaller big cities primarily in the sunbelt Austin Texas and Fort Worth Jacksonville Florida Charlotte North Carolina The reasons vary housing costs jobs births and deaths I'm Rita foley

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Ross Chastain bangs Trackhouse Racing into 1st victory lane

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Ross Chastain bangs Trackhouse Racing into 1st victory lane

"Ross just a would not be denied this first ever NASCAR Cup series win no matter how hard the other competitors raced him slammed into him or try to take advantage at every corner of the twenty turn certainly the Americas in Austin my mom's here and she's just supported me a lot of the whole way that was the closest I came to crying after the race and just now I'm just thinking about she doesn't get to come to as many as she wants to on the final lap AJ Allmendinger mock testing out of the way but it wasn't far enough to keep him from returning the favor as Alex Bowman tried to avoid the chaos Allmendinger go around in turn nineteen of chest pains bumper as Bowman tried to go wide he would finish second S. chest thing pass them both for the win Christopher bell finished third Jerry Jordan Austin Texas

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Sources: 19 Austin police officers indicted in protest probe

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Sources: 19 Austin police officers indicted in protest probe

"Nearly twenty Austin Texas police officers reportedly have been indicted for their actions during the twenty twenty racial injustice protests that followed the death of George Floyd the president of the Austin police association has confirmed that nineteen officers are facing charges but did not have details however several people who spoke to the Associated Press on condition of anonymity say a Texas grand jury has indicted the officers on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon this would be the most indictments of a single U. S. police department over tactics used by officers during the protests Austin city leaders have agreed to pay ten million dollars to two other protesters who were injured by police I'm my camp in

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Is the Biden Admin Still Releasing COVID-Positive Immigrants Into Cities?

The Dan Bongino Show

00:56 sec | 10 months ago

Is the Biden Admin Still Releasing COVID-Positive Immigrants Into Cities?

"The Washington examiner has a story today 40% for zero 40% of migrants released in Texas border city test positive for COVID-19 Released in the city The Biden administration is dumping COVID positive illegal immigrants in the cities of Texas and saying deal with it And then The Washington Post is writing stories about how the COVID rate is high in Texas It's the rate is higher in Louisiana but since the Democrat governor there John bell Edwards he's Democrats so that's not in the Russian poster The Washington examiner dateline Austin Texas the city of Laredo Texas has refused to take in migrants who have been bused in from elsewhere on the border after discovering 40% of them tested positive for the coronavirus according to two local government

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Author Lee Strobel on What Near-Death Experiences Tell Us

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | 11 months ago

Author Lee Strobel on What Near-Death Experiences Tell Us

"What is in this book, the case for heaven? This is your discussions with people who have seen who have experienced these kinds of things. Yeah, I interviewed neuroscientists, for instance, and others on the question of what a near death experience is really tell us. Because I was a skeptic about this. I thought no wait, they're just hallucinations. That's just oxygen. Even as a Christian, you were a skeptic of that stuff. I didn't think that the science supported. I thought, okay, I can't believe what the Bible says, but certainly near death experiences are just mythology and make believe in wishful thinking. But what I learned was that there have been 900 scientific articles written about near death experiences over the last 40 years and published in scientific and medical journals. This is a very well researched area of science. In fact, the lancet, which is the famous medical journal in England, did an article that said that when you look at all of the alternative explanations for near death experiences, oh, it's oxygen deprivation. So none of those explanations explain what actually takes place. And then I interviewed John Burke for my book. John Burke is a Christian pastor in Austin, Texas. He has studied a thousand near death experiences over 35 years. And his conclusion, which was radical to me, is that when you look at the core of what happens in these near death experiences, yes, there are some differences. But look at the core of what actually takes place. Don't look at how people interpret it, but look what actually occurs, it is consistent with Christian theology. That was very important to me. And you mentioned the word corroboration, and I'm with you. I mean, you know, when somebody tells me, oh, I died and I met Jesus and these 5 foot ten is brown eyes. I may go, okay, well, I can't corroborate that. But when we have a study that was done of 21 blind people, most of them blind since birth, who, during their near death experiences, could see for the first

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 Judge orders halt to Texas mask mandate ban in schools

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 11 months ago

Judge orders halt to Texas mask mandate ban in schools

"A federal judge in Texas rules Republican governor Greg Abbott broke a federal disability law by banning masks in schools U. S. district judge Lee Yeakel in Austin Texas side with the disability rights group ruling that Republican governor Greg Abbott violated the Americans with disabilities act which protects disabled students access to public education he will also prohibited state Attorney General Ken Paxton from suing local school districts the ignored the governor's Bana masks in schools the nonprofit disabled rights Texas argued that Abbott's panda mask prohibited accommodation for disabled children particularly vulnerable to covert nineteen messages seeking comments from habits in Paxton's office were not immediately returned on Wednesday I'm

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This Is the Reason Republicans Won Across the US on Tuesday Night, According to the Left

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:05 min | 11 months ago

This Is the Reason Republicans Won Across the US on Tuesday Night, According to the Left

"This is what the left says is the reason Republicans won on Long Island in Austin, Texas in Seattle in Ohio in New Jersey in Virginia, north south, east west, Republicans dominated, crushed the Democrat agenda. Crushed the Democrat ideology. Crushed their efforts. To radicalize America, but the mainstream media, the beast as I call them, the beast was howling in pain. Played the race card for a reason, because he knows it works on certain white voters. He did stoke white grievance politics to mobilize the Republican base. His laundered trumps really sort of disgusting flagrant out racism. He's wrapped it in education. Education, which is code for white parents don't like the idea of teaching about race. That's the fundamental problem for these parents and this anti CRT movement. They don't like the way whiteness is being portrayed in these new more inclusive lessons. This wasn't about those pocketbook issues. This was about how white kids feel talking about what black kids go through. The subtext of all this was, we can't let these black and brown people run the country. Glenn young can run on critical race theory that he knew hit a cord around race. I think all the CRT stuff is trumped up, Doc whistling. Some of it was dog whistle racism. The dog whistle messaging that you saw junk in, engage in during the course of the campaign. CRT is in the latest line of school busing, across town busing. Welfare queens, you have it isn't that say it's in that same line and you saw it in the results in Virginia. It's more palatable Republican who still uses the same racist themes that Trump did. He just packaged them in a soccer debt, sweater vest model. He's found a way to launder a pretty racist trope, this idea that we can not talk about America's history because it hurts my feelings. He's turned that into a campaign. White voters do have anxiety about a changing America, right? That it is blacker, it is browner. You've got the Republican jelly like, hey, look, the black and brown folks are coming for us. Some Republican candidates are perfectly willing to use race as a motivating factor for their base. That has gone on for decades and it happened this year. Race is just the most palpable tool in the toolkit. It used to be of the Democratic Party back in the day when they were dixiecrats. And now the Republican Party. This is about the fact that a good chunk of voters out there are okay with white supremacy. Let's call a thing a thing. Actually, scratch that. They are more than okay. That wasn't a skit. That wasn't a parody that wasn't a joke at the Babylon bee. Those were actual pundits on CNN and

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Minister Jeremy Story Was Arrested for Disorderly Conduct at a School Board Meeting

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Minister Jeremy Story Was Arrested for Disorderly Conduct at a School Board Meeting

"Welcome. I have an important story to share with you very important. A number of years ago, I got to meet a friend, Jeremy story here in New York City. He's now a minister in the Austin, Texas area. He wrote me about something that's going on there with regard to school boards. As you know, this stuff lights me up infuriates me sickens me as an American, what is happening. And so I thought, let's get Jeremy on to talk about it. So Jeremy welcome. Thank you for having me today Eric. I appreciate it. Well, I'm glad that you wrote to me. So tell us the story. I mean, the short version is is that I was arrested by a school board unlawfully in order to silence me from speaking. Today, nationally, we hear stories about violent parents and the Biden administration coming against them. But in actuality, there's also another side of that story. And I am that story, as well as another gentleman in our district who was an army captain who was arrested as well. Basically what we were speaking out against Eric was, and what I was speaking out against was I'd been I'd seen how our superintendent was hired in June by a violation of the Texas open meetings act, which means that the several of the board members coordinated behind the scenes to hire the superintendent, which is a fence that carries prison time. And because I spoke out on that, then I was contacted by a lady who explained to me that she had been assaulted by the superintendent. She had been she was pregnant with his child, and he had tried to assault her when she refused to have an abortion. Because he was wanting her to cover up his illicit affair with this woman. And so when she wouldn't do that, he went over to her house and according to her assaulted her. He threatened her via text message prior that he was going to take care of the child if she wouldn't take care of it. And then when she tried to go to the school board to get some help, two school board members tried to help her, the other 5 who had voted for the superintendent ignored her in a couple of them actually notified the superintendent, which then precipitated the assault the

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 Judge orders Texas to suspend new law banning most abortions

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Judge orders Texas to suspend new law banning most abortions

"A federal judge in Austin Texas orders a state to suspend its controversial abortion law federal district judge Robert Pitman calls a Texas law that bans most abortions in the state an unprecedented statutory scheme to deprive women of their constitutional right to an abortion Bittman adding that the moment the law went into effect last month women were unlawfully prevented from exercising control over their lives the law known as SB eight side by Republican governor Greg Abbott prohibits abortions once cardiac activity is detected which is usually around six weeks before some women even know they're pregnant it also deputise as private citizens to sue abortion providers with the promise of at least ten thousand dollars in damages if successful it's one of several GOP sponsored state laws that are part of the strongest challenge to abortion rights in decades habits

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"austin texas" Discussed on Gloss Angeles

Gloss Angeles

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"austin texas" Discussed on Gloss Angeles

"I brought you guys the two faced sweet peach which came out in wait for it. Twenty sixteen so. I had this since then. Admitting that i need this even though it's like my favorite just get in contact with to face. I guarantee you that they will send you a new one. It is my absolute favorite. Our shadow pal it. I love all the colors. It's like bronze -i got brown's peachy color obviously on sephora. This shadow pallet has two hundred and seven thousand heart loves and over almost three thousand five star reviews. I mean that is honestly my favorite palette of. There's this one must be their bestselling. What do you like about this palette for me. It's like hard for me to find palate. Where i mean. Obviously don't use all the colors. Like i use most of them and i think that they are flattering on allston toned in also work. Well together like. I don't have to be a makeup artist to know that i can blend just peachy and bellini together and know that look acute yes like it's really easy so that'll be the last time 'cause i feel ashamed for admitting that this came out in two thousand sixteen and i still bring it with me five years later older than my child. Oh my god okay. I'm gonna share one last product because honestly a lot of the products that i have with me our products at lake. Y'all have to talk about a thousand times. I have talked about this product thousand times so apologies to these listeners. But rapid response. Detox cleanser from rene rouleau an austin night herself. I bring this product with me any time. I know. I'm going to a place with heat. Because i fear that my skin is going to get these. Little raised bumps like freaking out from weather changes and i always have her rapid response. Detox line with me when i travel She makes a travel size of it. Her big sales coming up in. So if you're looking to buy a product but wanna wait for a discount. Do then but i just. I know that using the detox cleanser isn't gonna strip. My skin isn't going to make it more irritated. It just got calm. It and then i can pat my skin dry and put on my crime and call it a day. Speaking of rene royal cleansers. I did not bring it with me. Because matinees like obsessed with the mit renewal cleanser. Yes he almost bought it. i was..

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"austin texas" Discussed on Gloss Angeles

Gloss Angeles

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"austin texas" Discussed on Gloss Angeles

"I feel like. I brought my go-to and lily gluskin serum. I did bring a chanel most razor which is very fancy of me. The hydro be camelia water team and we tried this. No i sent that to everyone. I knew for christmas really yes. I spent an offensive amount of money on chanel dot com. Because i saw water cream. And i was like oh i feel like everyone can enjoy water. Created like a very strong fragrance as most chanel skin care products. Do which is not my favorite. But i personally really like this moisturizer so this feels more like a lotion to me. It's very light. Yeah it's super light. And because it's hot as f- here in texas your. I like the way it feels. I like how it looks. When i'm wearing makeup because i am wearing makeup on this trip so i brought that. What my shares did you branch. Sunday riley. Title kate while i was hoping that that was going to be in our room. Which it isn't it they gave to us. I you have these lovely minis. And i didn't have any so i got sent one of their sets for the holidays. I did not get sense. That sorry about it. But i had just sitting on my shelf and i was like oh i'm going to open and it was literally all travel sizes of like her bestseller so like ceramic slip cleanser pink drink essence which. I'm obsessed with. I just finished my bottle like my big bottle. Sunday righty riley title. Which if y'all are looking for like a water cream that will legit brighten your skin. And just make it. Look so even so dewey. It's not super greasy like watery type creams. If you have dry skin and some water creams you feel like he put it on your weight today. Put anything on totally. So i'm a big fan of that. And then there was they. I think also included like some other little mini type products. Which adorable so. I brought that. But i also brought a mini creme de la mare for my night cream because let's be real a really big fan of i opened a new krim but i also have. There was a called the renewal oil and a freaking. Love that stuff. It's in cried. It's incredible. I really wanna highlight this one product. I'm pretty sure this is old. I should have thrown this out a long time ago but nevertheless we head with this product. It's so cute that i can't bear to throw it away. Tom ford so they have this. They have these little tiny lip balms. They're literally so tiny. And i brought the winter so lay bomb. They're old they're old. I think i brought paradiso on me right now but i freaking love these things. There's so little we were talking about like the lived in lip like this is a lived in let it gives you a little tent punch color. It's super hydrating. It hugs the lip. But they're so tiny so little so if you're traveling look into it. Although the only one i could find was from selfridges and it's forty dollars so i don't know if this is a product that was like limited edition it might have been limited edition because it's the so lay collection yacht clutch size soleil lip balm. Actually i see it on tom. Ford right now. And.

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"austin texas" Discussed on Gloss Angeles

Gloss Angeles

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"austin texas" Discussed on Gloss Angeles

"Out like most of the travel sized products i had because i hadn't used them over like a year and a half and they'd been sitting in the heat and storage so just i think that's a good reminder if y'all are starting to travel again and you have old product you definitely need to throw it out. Yeah re up on your hand sanitizer. Your wife's for your seats yes. I felt like even though our flight was pretty pap. It's still felt like clean a seamless. We boarded the plane. Everyone was like lovely in a good mood. Everyone kept their masks. All you have to keep your masks on. Yeah kick you off some nice. I enjoyed it well. Could it was a good little flight. Alright so it's tuesday normally we'd have a wife and some headlines I feel like there haven't been that many big headlines this week so we're going to skip wife and we're going to skip beauty headlines. We're going to talk about the products that we packed to bring austin. So why is this. Relevant will first of all starting to get hotter all over the country and in texas. Y'all i should be used to this weather but nothing prepares you to come back to like sticky humid hot weather. It was ninety degrees today. See that's so crazy need because it didn't even feel hot. It was just sweaty. I feel like for so many nice trees. Here look nice shade. But i feel like i have everywhere everywhere. The skims were soaked. The skims were so fine. I also feel like this is fun because we didn't plan on recording this so this is truthfully like we're being honest. This is what we came with. Yeah what we packed. And i feel like everyone's going to be traveling soon. So maybe we'll have some advice to offer you okay. Perf are a let's dive in and then we'll we'll to close out this episode. We're gonna share one of the voicemails that we got sent. We got some more voicemails and thank y'all so much for calling into the hotline and we got so many more after we'd already recorded tuesday's episode so that's why there was only one that we played but now we're starting to crew. Them's i feel like we should try to play one like every tuesday episode and then save a bunch for mailbag upsets. There'd be fun okay sara. What's your first product. okay. I know that sunday. Riley makes an amazing new sunscreen. But i brought babbo botanical news. Sheer mineral sunscreen. This is like one other bestsellers but Previously they only had it. Spf thirty apparently. Everyone kept asking for an spf fifty. Which we were talking about las episode about vacation. And however like i wanted to be a fifty so they made an spf fifty. It's made for people who have extra sensitive skin. Okay not just sensitive skin extra sensitive skin and it is a really great sunscreen. It's actually a very sheer mineral sunscreen. I mean obviously it's bill mineral so there is a bit of a white cast but when to blend it in it's actually really share and i was on a desk side with the team. And they were telling me that they've developed the technology so the reason why they said that like most mineral sunscreens liba white castle blend very well because they take this shape of crystals. So like the sunscreen. If you like looking under a microscope the sunscreen particles are like crystals so imagine like rubbing in crystal sugar into your skin. It's gonna break and it does leave a white cast. Is this gonna take extra long to like blend in okay but they figured out how to make the crystal into a spherical shape so that it blends better into your skin. And that's because. I think they got the guy from laurie. Else sunscreen sunscreen out about this. So that's why it's actually very fry it. 'cause don't you find that most mineral sons fans they just do not blend in well enough..

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"austin texas" Discussed on Gloss Angeles

Gloss Angeles

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"austin texas" Discussed on Gloss Angeles

"Kirby i'm sarah welcome to los angeles says every week. We break down the most important beauty news and launches interview. Your favorite beauty experts influencers and celebrity guests and review our favorite beauty products of the moment as your beauty editor. Bff's from the beautiful and great city of los angeles glam. Joey knows we hope you stay awhile. You guys guess what we're doing. We're in a hotel together. A staring at each other face or drunk. Y'all runners worked me but the point of us telling you this is that we're together to get. We're not recording this. The zoom no are in the flesh. What together with a mother. She cried so we by herself to fend for herself. Just kidding she's with like a gallon of milk. Listen i'll be back tomorrow. Care yourself you've got this. We should also say that we are not in los angeles yasser so this is our first trip. A hazing post pandemic because the pandemic is still very much happening but since we've been vaccinated and the world has kind of reopened have not been waxed. I'm just backs and relaxed not wax. I'm relaxed and laser d- vaccine lizard. Is that a.

"austin texas" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"austin texas" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"In Austin, Texas, looking for the gunman who opened fire in the city's busy downtown entertainment district overnight, leaving at least 13 people wounded. Pandemic. Unemployment benefits are running out this weekend for hundreds of thousands of workers and four states, NPR's Scott Horsley reports and millions more are set to lose their benefits in the coming weeks. Congress authorized the supplemental benefits as a lifeline during the pandemic, and millions of people have relied on the aid, which includes an extra $300 a week. Now the economy is bouncing back, though some Republican governors argue the extra benefits are discouraging people from looking for work, making it hard for employers who were eager to staff up. The benefits are set to run through early September, but 25 states have announced plans to end the payments ahead of schedule. Mississippi, Missouri, Iowa and Alaska are leading the way in that effort. More than 300,000. People in those four states will see their extra benefits expire today. Scott Horsley, NPR news Washington and you're listening to NPR news Right now It's the summary 75 degrees at 804. Good morning. I'm Marie Lane with W B E Z News. A state of Indiana will be closing a network of Covid 19 testing sites due to low demand, WBC's Michael Puente reports. It's a sign that more people are getting vaccinated unless our contracting the coronavirus. As a result, the Indiana Department of Health will close several testing site run by symptoms serve health services by month's end. The state contracted without them serve in April, 2020 to get as many Hoosiers tested as possible. It operated in 53 of Indiana's 92 counties, including four sites in northwest Indiana. In the last 14 months. Some 541,000 residents got tested at these sites, according to the state. Even after these sites close, however, there are still more than 250 sites available to get tested for free. Michael Plant. W B E Z News a 13 year old boy with special needs, died this week due to complications caused by suicide attempt in 2019. The boy allegedly endured physical and mental abuse by teachers while he was a Chicago public school student. W B E Z is Adriana Cardona McGuigan has more Jim Carrey tent. Alleged abuse includes insults and intimidation to Southside elementary schools. His family is suing in federal court. John Ericsson is representing Giamatti's family, He says This is one of several cases his filed involving alleged CPS views of students with special needs. There's a widespread system. Had a problem catch Chicago public schools and this lawsuit is designs. You put an end to it. Tamara's mother does not want those teachers abuse any other Children. CPS officials didn't comment on the case. They say they extend their condolences to families loved ones. Adriana Carcinoma, Giga WBC news Whether for today, it's going to be warm. It's going to be a bit humid, but we'll have a mix of clouds and sun. Impossible thunderstorm this afternoon or perhaps this evening. Expect a high of 87. It'll be cooler along the water. Only a high in the upper seventies at the lakefront. Enjoy it. I'm a relay. This is W B easy news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Jones Day, an integrated partnership collaboratively, providing legal services for more than a century. 43 offices. Five continents serving clients as one firm worldwide Learn more at Jones day dot com. You're listening to weekend edition here on WBZ coming up. We'll check on President Biden's trip to Europe and we'll check in with the D. C caterer on how their work transitioned in the pandemic. But first we're taking just a very brief moment to remind.

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"austin texas" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast

Mom And ... Podcast

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"austin texas" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast

"And i won't know for a couple of things don't show up. I got an email saying something was delayed. It was for valentine's day so this is even before. I must've right away from amazon. I ordered the kids. And we still don't have it. And i i wanted. Oh i got. I did get my momma plant. That is still living here. I texted her a picture of it. And bring it to you when we think it out. But i don't even know if she likes them but are ants 'cause my mom's from chicago and all our families from chicago and they my aunt whenever she'd come visit us used to bring these Fannie mae with her name anyway so it is meltaways and they're like these mint chocolate things. I figured i figured my mom doesn't want the whole box to herself. But my daughter's in love is like meant anything mint chocolate flavored. A fun little taste of home. And i didn't even know they made them anymore. Amazon has a fanny made sexual now like those and who knows where the heck they are. And if i'm ever going to be able to drive safely to deliver them to my mom anyway but what is she was supposed to be getting her second kovic shot in the middle of all this stuff and that just been a up but a good friend of mine who works at One of the hospitals which ends up being right near my mom's house Has said that they were opening up. Kind of like a call list for Senior yeah based on if there's anything left after their drive so she's like beyond call at two thirty friday. i think it was and so. Yeah they hit. It was just like you know whatever. They could scrape out of the bottom of the bottles after. They did all their appointments. They don't want to go away so she might understand that. My mom in on that. And i'm like just thank goodness 'cause that would have just been one more worry on top of everything else So that i am worried my parents are do for their life today and today or tomorrow so i mean they have a window you have like twenty eight to forty two days or something like that So they have a window still can go get it next week. But i'm just worried everything such a mess. I'm not having a lot of faith that they're going to be able to go get there's I i'm very recently with my mom. Got her appointment they. She got her appointment. Whatever gadget through austin public health That they took they did. They sent an email. It was probably about four days after. What would have expected that they. I think she was due for her actual shot last saturday. I don't even know what again time. Time is just a random concept now but it was like whatever. The saturday was a while ago And she was different then. And i think like three days after that she got an email.

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"austin texas" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast

Mom And ... Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"austin texas" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast

"Once you you have no water to put in it you can have a mug With my son. I did that with my Suzanne kerns writer newsletter last week. I literally the law. Grandma sent it was in february. Two thousand eighteen. i think So i i put it like a secret thing at the bottom of it 'cause i did like three years worth of february recaps of what had happened as like actually made it this far you know do i have. I can't remember what it was. I thirty five three years of That'd be wary with sudan so it's like a button and eventually the email i am so surprised i got like a dozen those great. No one for me. I don't think i read to the bottom. Don't i don't either. I have either. So that's why i was like. Oh this'll be kind of funny to see who actually read closely euros. I wish i had a book for everybody but yes. I'm giving them books. So i got to pick the winner of that too Once we minute. I wanted monday. I was going to check to see our our new litter subscribers and figure out how to draw winter from that. I couldn't see it. Because i could get on the internet. Oh my god well next week. Next week it's going to be seventy degrees. We're gonna have so much stuff to give. Well we're going to have to episodes we're going to be a big is going to be a big week. We're going to do laundry again. Maybe shower oh in my closet next to a pile of laundry. That doesn't smell. When now we had to wash all of our betty into which i guess normal people do anyway. That'd because the songs have been in our beds with us and there's so yeah. I've been very relaxed about dogs on beds and stuff during all of this. Because they're cold. Oh yeah and the dog's got blankets to. I gotta tell ya. My husband real caretaker in hand came in like a couple times when i was just laying there being the mobile lazy s And i'd be laying there in bed. And he would be going around and making sure everybody was in including the dogs and they had their own place and everybody was covered and it was just. Yeah and it was kind enough. I i had. I was sandwiched by the doggies last night and they kept me warm. The only area war. It's making their skin really dry and itchy and mine too But so it's just a lot of speaking of earthquakes is felt like it was earthquake. Every time that beer with decide he described something in the middle of a lot of djing and scratching and mariya up in the middle of an eye on a regular basis does like a little roll around scratches his back. But it's been extreme the last couple of days. He has to come home tonight. I one of the things supposed to be getting delivered which you when will happen with some fish oil for bear because he's been so itchy and so keep on telling them released on the way but now it's not for it is no and i kind of wondering if things are like some things just might be lost and then amazon facility forever.

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"austin texas" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast

Mom And ... Podcast

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"austin texas" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast

"Containers that i wouldn't have had normally but i was trying to make it so that people aren't like worried about using my dishes or any. You know the things like that and so we had weird supplies. That i still don't have a true disaster package that i'm going to make now because apparently disasters the thing we have now. Oh well my disaster kit. I had one from seattle. 'cause i was always worried about that. There would be the earthquake. That was always my thing. Yes 'cause there's there's an active volcano is in the vicinity of seattle. But we also have the earthquakes. And i had one hundred year old house that i think was just like scotch tape to foundation so there So i had that one and we brought that too often when we moved here and i it up and the the emergency outfit that i had for my daughter we opened it up when she was i think in kindergarten and it was still a onesie like a baby when i got the most hilarious picture of her holding it up in front of her like. Yeah what the hell am i supposed to do. An emergency with just one thing. But then the next time i updated it. Sounds like that was bad. So i updated it with more up to date stuff and eleven year old. Probably ones in there somewhere. But i I went one day. I don't even know why. I think it was checking it because there was a storm that was supposed to be coming because checking the emergency kit to see and of course i decided to check it like when i was supposed to be the last day of school. I think so it's supposed to be heading to like Last day of school. That'll get together for some moms in the neighborhood. So i kinda hope before. I go into pop out there and check it and i opened it and there was literally a puff of like black dust. Oh but kind of like an explosion dusty. Like what like. And i was like oh i covered it. That's the only thing that could have been is like canned food and that was probably like live. Botulism botulin young pace. I was like. I'm going to have a budget and of course being the like total. What's the person who i think's contract being hypochondriac. But i was i was like okay so i waited a few minutes like okay. Well i feel like i'm alive. I think botulism supposed back just to make sure i was gonna head off and i'm like texting the people whose houses seattle. I'm like god be making sure have the botulism and so i actually called nine one one to be like Like just happened. Because i don't know what happens in texas. I've only been there like if you must like what happens in texas. Garages that you know by my face. And they're like well you okay like well. I think i'm okay. And they're they someone they fired it. And i was so embarrassed and i just like i feel like you want us to take your vitals and i had to sign that. I had refused my vitals and i don't eat vitals i to think these muslims friends.

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"austin texas" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast

Mom And ... Podcast

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"austin texas" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast

"It's over my eyes. And i couldn't feel it it just. It was dark. And i had ever something over my face okay. That's i feel like. I almost my hat long enough to not don't if followed of my eyes. Oh my god. That's that's sad. But funny as i was like. This is why. I don't care for camping. Oh my god. You're they that song. I can't feel my face when i'm with you. Yeah totally different reason. I don't feel my pain exactly. Oh my god oh so. What situation do you have water We have had water We have not been out of water. So that good We are toiling. We have to boil it I've been foiling and people thought. I was crazy because i was like you know at my little boiling water stationed boil notice like how long you in texas. It always remember the zebra. Oh my god. They can't do anything without it turning into a boil water like and they're like well. I haven't seen official notice that mike. Well someone has to like you know. Get a problem before they get a notice if you know what i mean so And my noticed came from the school district which i thought very nice of them to do. But i thought well how come they. I kind of odd before anybody else. I get ready to watch the news. Yeah well we. We have cable or internet so we had like they're using data and i got on facebook and that's where i learned about it but it wasn't from austin water. It was from somebody on facebook because we hadn't. Yeah i mean. I guess we could. I think we have an old antenna. But i mean we're not going out in the ice and trying to hook up an obama. We have no tv. No internet just makes us feel a little bit like pioneers Why does well and we all our data and this and this handy app that we're using to record this phone version of our podcast which sound quality is probably just awesome. Yeah i do think we should clarify that. We're using our phones and no editing software and there's nothing that requires massive internet usage. I guess you have the internet sites permanently during an honest. Yeah we're trying to use as little power possible lights on got the thermostat real low. We're just trying to spread things out as much as we can. I don't know if it actually helps but it makes me feel a little less selfish By doing that. Because i feel so fortunate to have our heat back on we still have friends who because ours went out ours without for fifty hours total so it went out like a Monday morning so right after. Valentine's does that right happy And then it came back yesterday at about two pm. I think But we have people who are still out our real estate agents Tom is still out and they live way up on a hill. So they can't. They're not phillies. There's no way they're getting down Nope so yeah. It's it's just the so. There's still people freezing again. That's why we decided to no official podcast. We want you to be able to enjoy our our official podcasts. We have restraint finder coming up next week. And that'll be a two parter. So maybe we'll just drop. That'll be our little thawing out. Guests will drop to the same week or we'll see we might need to spread it out because Was it tuesday tuesday. We were supposed to be interviewing caja dell antonia who the author of the new york times bestselling that chicken sisters which was also a reese witherspoon. book that was in november october. November so and and i m similar before or electricity away..

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"austin texas" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast

Mom And ... Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"austin texas" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast

"But he's very much wanting to just have he's like these kids need a little normalcy even if we have to put everything back together tonight i want the kids to have one day where their health looks like their house. And you know there's there's not like a big tent in the middle of it I mean 'cause it's been a long year along for little lockdown pick earn south and then. Our one little chemo day turned into like survivor. Make afraid show. I never would've imagined i mean. I'm a native texan so any snow day is exciting. And i just never would have imagined. Today when like started falling. I thought you have got to be kidding. Me and i i i. Can't i know that people who live in cold places. Absolutely get sick of the snow and i understand that but i never thought it would be me today. Just couldn't take it when there's no sort of falling. Yeah we're like one week is enough now. There's a big difference between has no day and it's no day when you don't have any place to go warm up. 'cause i'm not sure how you get warm. Yeah by the time. The heat kicked that on yesterday. We were down to. I think forty three upstairs which we didn't even go to the upstairs anymore Forty five downstairs So you have like you know. It's not snow. We dig it out in it something but it was dangerously cold at time. You know below zero seven shells and so we don't have clothes for that and so we couldn't play in a then and then yeah. We got out a little bit but like the more precipitation fell and it was icy so then yesterday we didn't get out and it because everything was just covered in this slick layer of ice so that's super dangerous and oh yeah now. The dog's bit at trying to go up to chris's office because he has a offices over the garage. Should we're gonna lose bear but the one you because we knew this storm was coming. Yeah this has been in the forecast forever. We did not quite understand like the every service it was gonna shut down because of and one thing i did because i wanted the kids to have fun as i bought them both a pair of gloves like nice like harney gloves so that they could play. And there's no because they can ever really play in the snow because they don't have proper clothes they've texas club. Yeah i'm gonna get them glove. That was i mean and then part of me is like a great. Yeah as i would have rather had some bottles of water but at least we had love although i did use them i mean i wore. I wore a hat in winter. Jacket and a scarf and several sweatshirt and as i told you yesterday no brazil. No bra not no. There's no breath not neatly plenty of other layers..

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"austin texas" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast

Mom And ... Podcast

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"austin texas" Discussed on Mom And ... Podcast

"So we've been fairly fortunate i think We have definitely been without power at time. the we truly got rolling outages. That actually rolls like your house So i think our long stretch without was like five to six hours maybe Yeah but you know. Five to six hours is the five to six hours not knowing if it's going to be three days right so they're right area. Yeah we had no idea so. Yeah it's th there's just the mental like of of the not knowing it would be different than the schedule and predictable But it's just that. Yeah so yeah even when people are like oh. It was only for six hours. I'm like no 'cause that was six hours of you wondering okay isn't gonna come tonight. Yeah yeah and then they did a schedule and said this the schedule is going to be on. It was late yesterday and so we we thought for once we knew what was going to happen and then the power stayed on. So i'm not complaining but like we all ready and we'd raced around and we'd done everything we knew we could do. All the power was on and tried to press the house as best we could knowing still going to be below freezing and Got everything ready and thinking it was going to get dark at seven and then it didn't. We were all looking at each other like now. What and so. I'm thankful wanted to go after that. But i thought it was hilarious to watch all the different family members. What they did like the lights came on and we immediately like had that thing in our mind. But we've been thinking as soon as the power. This is what i to do. So the first thing my husband is like grab to blow dryers and went outside and started blow dry because we have tankless water heater so he just started blow. Drying that thing and my thing was like You don't going to make sure that the thermostats weren't too crazy so we could. We wanted to keep it moderate so we didn't blow any circuit but we wanna make sure they were heating something up and of course my son went to go to charge up the some kind of video game Yes and so yeah. It was in the dog. Didn't know what to do. They're like why are they moving. Because we've been pretty much huddled in our little family tent in the middle of the living room all of us. The dogs have been in half then they just don't even know dogging will be the only happy people when this is over like three people but they love it. We have like family camp out set up in the living room and we of course didn't sleep in their last night since our power stayed on. We didn't clean it up either because we didn't know you never know if you're gonna have to move back to it and i interested cleaned ours up critically nour's up and i'm like wait a minute. You're the he's usually like the doom fan for the worst case scenario and i came downstairs and he had dismantled our pop up tent as like what i think we lose suffering..

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"austin texas" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"austin texas" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Austin, Texas, and K LBJ here till three o'clock this afternoon kind of running out of time, But still time for you to call us right now and get the oil and gas Investor guide were also projecting tax breaks all the way till three o'clock. That's our favorite part of the program. Hands down. And we we make so many of our listeners really happy when they hear what's possible in oil and gas. It really is substantial is as a tax break as Robert Kiyosaki was talking about earlier in the hour. And if you give us five minutes we can project that tax break for you right now are number 833645 45 108 33645 45 100 here, it's smart oil and gas. Well, all right. This week's oil and gas history segment is one of our favorites. And this week we take you back to the turn of the 20th century Buffalo Bill Cody is one of the biggest names in entertainment of the day. He was a big star and this big star started an oil company market is sad that the oil and gas investor kit was not around in its present form back in the day. Because it might have saved people from some pain. Your thoughts? Well, this is great. You know, Buffalo Bill, Everybody knows him for his Wild West show, which was based out of Cody, Wyoming. And what's interesting is that Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show was world famous. Say they went to Europe. They took cowboys Indians. They had all of these entertainers. You know, they had any okay? He was on. He was on the level in his James to compare it to today. He would be a Kanye West. Yeah, he would be a huge cultural Icon, an entertainer that everybody looked too. Yeah, so he was a natural to pitch oil and gas first mistaking course there's oil fields by Cody, Wyoming. Okay, now they're not like the gushers out in West Texas in East Texas. But there are all fields by Cody, Wyoming So in his spare time, besides having the Wild West show He decided to start annoying company but bubble Bill Cody was not college educated. Didn't work in industry didn't know anything about it, but he knew ah, lot of people, so he went out and raised a bunch of money and talked him into drilling Wells. Close toe. You know these Cody Wyoming oil fields. And every one of them. He had the Shoni Landon Irrigation company, and he had, you know a bunch of other stuff. And they were all terrible failures. His wild West show Spectacular success, but his all cos not so much so he didn't legit meter on Buffalo. Bill Cody. Okay? Is he a challenges our land, man? No. Does he have some experts in the field that worked directly for him. Now he's buying deals from guys who are buying deals. He's a broker and not only a broker but a broker. That doesn't know the industry that he's brokering. So what's interesting is the Shoshone e oil company. They went public and, er these So Shoni old company certificates out there that lots of times he signed. Now they never produced hardly any oil, but they're collector's items. Just because Buffalo Bill Cody sign these certain. Did anybody benefit from the investment with Buffalo Bill? I'm pretty sure Buffalo Building Buffalo building. Okay. When she's Tony didn't work out. He renamed the company Buffalo Bill Oil and gas company. Amazing. Hey, let's fast forward to today, and we're kind of tough on the sales organizations out there in oil and gas. We give him a hard time because basically you have the same thing going on in today's market. In today's investor environment, where people that aren't really in oil and gas, they don't have your background. For example, they didn't start as a roughneck when they were 17. They don't have the degrees. They didn't work through the years to get the experience. But there, maybe they're good salesman or they've got a name. There's still this kind of stuff going on. And investors need to be very careful. You gotta have a petroleum lawyer of petroleum geologist, an engineer. I'm not even a petroleum engineer. By degree, I'm a chemical engineer by degree and a petroleum engineer by experience of working 13 years for Sun oil. It's both an onshore and offshore engineer that was also a roughneck. I've sat on floating platforms in 8000 feet of water, completing wells that came in 10 or 20 or 30,000 barrels a day. You have to have a tremendous amount of understanding in some remark s so let's fast forward to the future if the Kanye West oil and gas company were suddenly to emerge, and investor might want to be Somewhat careful. You might want to bet that Kanye West thing a little bit deeper than you might other company unless he's partnered up with Colonel Reese Jones, or somebody like that would avoid it. If his partner's Trevor Reese Jones, I said, Go for it. My mark will agreed trip in the Wayback Machine. And, yes, another reminder of the importance of due diligence at education that Robert Kiyosaki was talking about a few minutes ago. Smart oil and gas on the year until three o'clock this afternoon. We'd love to talk to you. But time is kind of running short grab that open line we have right now. We'll say the oil and gas investor guide a great first step in the learning more about oil and gas. And also, if you have five minutes we can project your tax savings for this year. Our favorite part of the program is giving you the very good news of what is possible. How much less you're going to pay for taxes as you get into an oil and gas program here in 2020 But again, as I said, time is kind of running out, so grab that open line at 833645 45 108 336454500 Coming.

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"austin texas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"austin texas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And music in Austin Texas citing concerns from city officials about the continuing spread of the coronavirus that weeklong gathering attracts more than seventy five thousand people stocks added up week it was a down Friday but stocks staged a furious rally in the final hour of trading that cut in half a route that reached four percent S. and P. ended the day down one point seven percent lower by fifty one points the Dow Jones industrial average down two hundred and fifty six point one percent nasdaq down a hundred and sixty two that was a drop of one point nine percent the ten year yield point seven six percent gold up one tenth of one percent sixteen seventy three the arms West Texas intermediate crude oil down nine point four percent forty one fifty seven a barrel Brent crude down eight point nine percent forty five fifty three I'm Charlie pellets that is a Bloomberg business slash Charlie thanks so much you're listening to Bloomberg business week right here on Bloomberg radio what is happening wow what a week when it came to politics every Tuesday democratic presidential hopefuls dropping out and we've got a month of super Tuesday's coming up so get ready everyone right but the super Tuesday come up with a actually guess came out I wish I could be that smart who is really smart as Ryan Teague Beckwith he's a political reporter at Bloomberg news he's on the phone waiting literally while we're talking to that well I mean there was a lot of bumper music nicely done music for you our introduction music just for long exactly or whatever so okay how do you sum up this week yeah it's well it will what what a year this weekend then I think you're right that we're not done yet the democratic primary still has miles to go before it sleeps but I think that for all intents and purposes this is this is really Biden's nomination now and and largely because of things that happened just in the last you know ten days or so and how surprised are the folks that you talk to about that you were out on the campaign trail you were out you know at some of the key primaries and caucuses all along the way I mean this was quite a U. turn of a of a week I think you know that then the metaphor that use the other day was a sterling that romantic comedy where the the heroine spends the entire movie is sort of like running away from that guy next door and going through the succession of other people and then in the end like you know goes running back into it it was him all along it with him it was Joe it was always he was the front runner for most of the of last year and you know he was not the strongest front runner but he was there he's familiar people know him people like him you know the strongest argument for him is is that he's he's a fundamentally decent person and I think for people who are looking for a contrast with trump that's one of the things that they hope to draw contrasts with now he wasn't where he where he wasn't making the sale is with the college educated suburban voters and and they they were the ones who are really cycling through like him maybe it's pizza you know maybe it's Amy and and a finely came back to him after he won so commanding in South Carolina Monday actors I think that was a signal that like he can when he's electable and and maybe we should come back to him and then that allowed him to basically rebuild the Obama coalition college educated suburban voters and black voters together at this college educated suburban voters as you alluded to mean those folks who really did help trump get elected you know what there is there's a thousand things that I could say helped trump get elected that's part of what the debate is yeah good how are you what's and what's the magic that you put together to beat him and and in fact one of the things that that that candidates differed on if you listen really closely to them which is why they thought trump white yeah and and that the deaths one of they key differences in those reasons was that Biden essentially said you know we turned our back on that the base the people that we always talk to we weren't there for all the guys from back in Scranton and and and Warren and Sanders said no like trump one because there's there's a rock at the core of the American dream and and we need fundamental change and democratic voters for now had sided with with Biden's view on that so yeah so now what has to happen because we do have a lot of contest between now and then and I do think you know it feels like the party has gotten behind Joe Biden is that safe to say at this point yeah I mean I think of this is like a monopoly game where you you finally have boardwalk and Park Place and you've got held on them game's gonna last for a while but like it's just a matter of time and tell your opponent lands on on Park Place and you clean them out do you sit at home thinking of these metaphors because it is it's really just the gift that keeps on giving rise you should see the smile and I love it I love it this is fantastic my kids like monopoly and and and I'm like oh my god this game last for ever thank god someone finally got both of them but there is there I mean does Joe still need to be honest does because I mean could you know it's not been a straight straight into this spot for you know I mean there's the risk right now it would still up in the air is whether he comes in the convention ways and not delegates to win it on the first round running ending late that Bernie Sanders has nothing left to lose he has a core of supporters who will keep sending him ten dollars all the way up until the convention if he wants and if he decides to you know make a fuss at the convention because Biden doesn't quite have this is the exact number of delegates to win in the first round then he could do that I don't think that's going to happen and I I don't think that he could win a fight like that but that doesn't mean he did he couldn't try so the best thing for buying to do is to be honest so it's crazy out there campaigning hard to convincing the party to continue consolidating behind him he got more endorsements so far in March than he did like in all of last year and I think that that will racking up as delegates and getting this commanding wins and some of the big states the cons would allow him to go to the convention right so it just really quickly forty seconds I do wonder if your car was just on a business week and he just said you know we're already in a recession how important will be where we are in terms of the economy come November for president trump could he could he risk losing a just on that point just got about twenty seconds here the political science is that the second quarter of the election years the most important one so it's actually kind of like right now that would be affecting him mexicana me starts to go south and in the next like two months that will dramatically hurt trump's chances every elections under most of those models right you're the best right exactly he's gonna play a little monopoly watch some rom coms I just I want to be as agile with a metaphor as of right the reporter.

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"austin texas" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"austin texas" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Mobile unlimited listener line in Austin Texas hello there Marcus hello Kim I've been a huge fan and listen to you for over ten years thank you I appreciate that what's going on in Austin I have a question yeah and maybe you can help me out I'm looking to do a start up catering company personal chef catering companies and I have a love in your old son and he's it tacky we've been listened to you for a long time is actually his suggestion to reach out you know when we talk to Kim and see what he thinks I want to give them a challenge to build my website for me for this cabin for the start of training and so and we just need some direction from you and and what you think in your thoughts are your son is so smart is and I guess he he yes he's way past what I know about any type of computer technology well here's the deal is that there is the easy way and then there's what I would think would be the best way okay the easy ways you say okay what's your son's name Alex sixties a okay Alex just go over to like squarespace or wicks and give me a template and and let's build out the catering company and only has to do is like fill in the blanks not so much right so what I would suggest is that he starts learning platform called word press and what's really great is that it's free and there's a ton of tutoriales out there on how to do it and it also has to do with templates and there are free template said he can download and use but it's like putting together a puzzle and when you look at commando dot com and a lot of the big websites they're actually built on a word press platform and so I would encourage him to learn read wordpress there's also as I mentioned these themes and make sure that is responsive so works on iPhone and tablet also works on a desktop for those people that are using it and then you also want to look at other tools to put into this Google analytics so you know how your page is performing and heat maps so that you can see which where people are going and where they're actually coming in off of the search sites and so what are they typing in in order to find you so that this way you can create more blogs about that and start doing meta tags and then also it comes with the search console and so we want to make sure that we have all those components in it for Alex so that this week you guys can work on this together you can tweak it and so who's going to take all the photographs of the great food yeah it adds Alex too he he enjoys photography too as well so he's he's a he's a he's a techie and I'm trying to keep up with the also can we expand that platform to as well let's say we we get bigger and we have spring in other shifts into the platform so that they can look at it too yeah absolutely I mean that's a beautiful thing that wordpress since it's user generated and then when you start looking at different there's also plugins that you'll be able to attach to the main website and there are specialty plugins it's it's actually a very robust platform and I know like when we were redesigning commander that calm will we start about a year ago we rolled out the new version hi November of last year is that when I was in some of these development meetings and in the beginning people say like oh we want to build on wordpress night no I don't think we want to do that we need to have a a you know a better language we want and then when you start looking at it you're like wordpress easy to use a lot of people know it okay he easy to support and it has a ton of plugins it has a community behind it it actually is a really really great thing here's what I'd like to do man if you could take a note Chris if you could take a note as well as I'd like to send Alex a Kim commando swag bag and and as he starts going and his programming career you guys are ever in Phoenix markets I want you to be sure that you contact us because I want to make sure that I can say hello to two markets as well as Alex your side and one on one and thank you so much for your trust and let me know when the site comes out because I totally want to check.

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"austin texas" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"austin texas" Discussed on AP News

"The basket is urging the UN security council to condemn what he calls a criminal act of state terrorism by the United States referring to the air strike that killed general Hossam stole the money president trump today said it had to be done on a man he was plotting a minute and sinister attacks on American diplomats and military personnel but we caught him in the act and terminated him but Democrats like Virginia senator mark Warner say they're worried about the aftermath so money was no friend of America but thinking through the ramifications of what this will do to our position in the region what this will do to our allies in the region what this will do to American military and other personnel security experts say that a runs retaliation could include cyber attacks warning of malware that could trigger major disruptions to the US public and private sector stocks also fell on the news after the attack the Dow closed down two hundred thirty three points a rampage in tech in Austin Texas has killed a man who was at a burrito shop police sergeant David Daniel says they don't know what set off the suspect who also assaulted other people in the area tragic situation that somebody has lost her life this is the first homicide of two thousand twenty the two men who stole a laptop from a researcher at in Oakland California Starbucks are now being charged with his death the victim tried to chase after the thieves and was struck by their getaway car flooding is plaguing parts of the south firefighters the Mississippi had to rescue people from a flooded neighborhood in Raymond actress Cameron Diaz has a new role she is now a mom giving birth to a daughter Radics this is a P. news more than seventeen million U. S. vehicles were sold in twenty nineteen despite higher prices new vehicle sales were slightly down last year but Americans haven't lost their taste for larger trucks and SUVs sales of new vehicles in the U. S. fell one point three percent last year but the numbers are still healthy over the seventeen million mark for the fifth straight year auto data corporation reports the sixty nine percent of new vehicles sold in two thousand nineteen or trucks or SUVs car sales fell by just over ten percent while the total number of electric vehicles was fairly small at two hundred thirty six thousand sales rose by thirty seven percent last year JD.

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"austin texas" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

Fat-bike Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"austin texas" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

"Installment of the burning bag podcasts and spinner and I am just back from Austin Texas actually Texas access single speed. USA went off wonderfully the weather was great variety. It was very cold overnight. It was Below it wasn't twenties Wani's overnight which I was not prepared for I did have a stocking hat. I slept in a Hammock which was too damn cold and I was not expecting that kind of weather I think we've talked about before how we move this event back into November instead of the usual July I August September timeframe Because we need Texas would be too hot in the summer so we were not expecting the below freezing temperatures overnight as some bike problems shipping. My Bike We flew southwest bikes fly for free. is their tagline but Uh or a bag slattery and bike counts as a bag as long as your bike. Bag is a total of sixty two inches Height with in in length. That's a tiny bike box I try to pack in my bike up. It's a medium surly grampus. twenty-nine plus could not get it to work. I try to few different things and eventually gave up and borrowed a bike when it got down there. a friend of mine Did pack up his bike and it cost them seventy five bucks each way so If you're thinking that your bike flies free on south west at some if you have if you are a tiny tiny person and Novye who've twenty four inch wheels if anybody's any luck with that Good for you. I was not able to pull it off at the end of the day. I said I don't care. I wasn't racing using myself. I was hosting and.

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"austin texas" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"austin texas" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"President trump on Wednesday that's the day the president was in Austin Texas visiting an apple manufacturing plant he says there that the Democrats continue to try to one do the two thousand sixteen election then swing set all of those people in this country we added electoral colleges you know about this but we had a landslide three oh six to two twenty three in a landslide and they tried to take it away because they can't do it fairly in the evening session the house intelligence committee heard testimony from lore Cooper deputy defense department secretary and David Hale an undersecretary of state for political affairs during her opening remarks Cooper says her loyalty is to the United States I bring to my daily work and to this proceeding my sense of duty to US national security not to any political party I proudly serve to democratic and two Republican presidents two more witnesses are scheduled to testify Thursday ten Democrats hoping to take on president trump next year were in Atlanta Wednesday night for another debate where they spent a large part of the evening clashing over Medicare for all again heritage foundation analyst no one ridge says that position has neither popular support nor funding solvency it was before and and others talk about bringing a hundred thirty five million people on to Medicare for all she knew little force a hundred and thirty five million people off of the private insurance plans on to government run healthcare and she says it won't cost them anything that's not true by her own admission it will cost over five fifty trillion that comes from taxpayers pockets he's one ridge does not see the Democrats position as a persuasive one for voters in twenty twenty Pacific gas and electric turned off the electricity for Wednesday for about a hundred twenty thousand people in northern California this is townhall dot com to master go okay here maybe you've been hearing about really factor the one hundred percent drug free supplement that helps.

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