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"chenier" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"chenier" Discussed on First Take
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"chenier" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"I will get to Phil Chenier here in a few minutes. But back to yesterday again for moment because several of you wanna Tom and I to talk about another quote, from Louis Riddick on the John podcast and this one dealt with Dan, Snyder, and his thoughts on, Dan. Snyder is an owner. Now, listen to what Riddick said to John. He does things different. Now he is not the everyday presence that he was before. He is not the guy who used to call me and asked me to come over to his office and talked about the Roger and talk about moves and talk about strategy the same way he used to. He's not involved with it that way, he has tried to evolve in entrust people in power that he's putting the place to make those decisions I talked to him briefly before Philadelphia played Washington on Monday night, just this past year and we were doing the Monday night broadcast on the field. He came up to me, and, and we actually started talking and even in that brief conversation I could tell he's a different person than he used to be. All right. So a lot of you, I, I didn't hear that one before the show started. But a lot of asked why Tommy, and I didn't talk about that particular quote. I don't think we did. I know we didn't play maybe Tommy mentioned during the show. But I don't think we didn't. So look, it's a conversation starter another. You know, a good conversation starter. 'cause I look, I'm not sure if. Riddick was being sincere or not. I would assume that he was, I will take him for his word. You also have to consider that, for a guy like Riddick, who has we've mentioned already mentioned today has been mentioned a lot when it comes to being, you know, a potential future, NFL GM, you know, it may not be in his personal interest to criticize dance nighter. But that aside, I'll take him at his word. But I think when we think about the subject of whether or not Dan is a different owner than he was the part of the disc- that discussion really brings in a time line because it's changed. I mean, this is I'm gonna I'm gonna rip through this. This is my Dan Snyder ownership timeline in how he behaved in the moment as an owner. All right. I this is what I think it has been over the years, I may be wrong in spots, but I think I'm pro. Probably pretty close to what it's been. And I think a lot of people perhaps, on the inside would would verify all a lot of what I'm about to say. But at the beginning of Dan, Snyder's ownership, nineteen ninety nine through two thousand three. All right. The first five years he was immature. He was impulsive he was overly aggressive. He was a know it all. And it turned out to be an utter disaster start to his ownership. Those first five years, he had no idea what he was doing. He didn't treat people who worked for him very well. He didn't treat his fan base very well. He was very involved in everything the organization did, and he didn't care much, what the experienced football people that he had hired thought. In fact, he relished I believe shoving his power and authority down their throats as a young person in. His early to mid thirties at that point, his first five years of owning the Redskins were the beginning of him tarnishing. This important NFL, you know, brand, there was one thing, consistent about dance nighters I five years as owner, it came from everybody that talked about him coaches players fans media, and it was always the same, quote, Dan. Snyder wants to win. And he'll spend whatever it takes. Remember those days? I mean that was like a that was the one compliment you could give them. The only compliment you could give him. But the but it was a compliment nonetheless that he wanted to win and would spend whatever takes the problem is, is that rarely was at followed up with you know, he's also a really good owner..
"chenier" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Chenier in for boomer and geo. This morning counter green is at the controls are taking your phone calls, most of the morning. Chuck Marsin will join us later and John Harper as well. Right now, phone calls, and we'll begin with our buddy, Robin lick success here on the fan, Robert, Richard leading, I everybody out there listening. Let's remember what today's all about and it's funny, I was thinking about Memorial Day. My dad actually had to go in during the Korean war era, and he actually thought it was something about growing up, and he actually didn't mind going into the service. And if you think about all the great blow players back in the fifties and forties. And even World War Two, Saint Louis Brown's got that have a year of making the World Series because a lot of players had to go in to the service and Ted Williams a great pilot great story with him. I mean this guy goes down through wars in the Korean war. He's, he's a fighter pilot and. You know, because of his eyesight, and, and just such an amazing bull a lot of these guys Lewis, pointed career, you know, coming back and that's the one mazing mandate. Go walk the come back and able to participate. I just wanna touch on two quick things. If you I heard it was at the beaches today, and I heard your interview with the Gary, who is wonderful really. It was such a good interview. I wasn't even aware that we, we had a club committed Delphi football which kind of you kind of let my my is up on that one. But just a wonderful interview. Learn about I remember bought stock because I just kind of missed out on his career, and it scores the Yankees, go, Richard. I am absolutely amazed. I watched him. I don't even watch the Mets. I just watched the Yankees 'cause it's gaining I don't like them but they're just they're almost unbeatable every day. You ought to be up by five runs or more beat this team. They almost pulled it out yesterday. And right now, I I don't see it only four or five teams in the league. It's really any good. And I know the old saying if you play you gotta play and next that's point of baseball, but the league is so watered down now that realistically, it's only gonna be I see, you know, Minnesota, maybe in the anti been number. I. Stocks are going to be able to beat them this year. I mean it's early, but in a playoff festive seven type of situation, the way the Yankees play. They don't even lose one or two games in a row, littlest four. I only see Houston is really only t maybe that can beat them. Yeah. Well, I, I would tend to agree with you there. I mean, I think the Red Sox will be heard from. I, I don't know this weekend is four game set. So we'll, we'll learn a little bit more there. But I'm looking at the league and I was looking at the schedule because we've heard okay there beating up on these tomato cans. Wait till they're the tough part of the schedule comes in and look into the scheduling going, when, when exactly is going to be no. You could make a case that this week might be difficult because San Diego's a better team than they have that. And you got Machado coming in and all that. And the Red Sox for four games. The Red Sox and only two games over five hundred now three games, I guess after last night. And San Diego is a west coast team coming east National League the age the whole thing. So I, I don't know how good the Padres are going to be against the Yankees. Let's be their stiffest competition for a while. And then it turns into Toronto. Cleveland is having a tough year. The White Sox. They've got Tampa Bay in Houston consecutively in the middle of June, which could be a little tougher, but then Toronto and, you know you just keep going we'll, we'll see how the Mets and the Yankees compare you know, depending on the health of the Mets, and how their pitching staff straightens out or doesn't straight now. But look at the key schedule. Jeez, they're gonna, they're gonna win one hundred games this year with their eyes closed even with this so-called diminished. This one eighteen if you will Richard is in Manhattan, you're on the fan. Richard, Richard issues mentioned. You're going to bring on Chuck Marsin and memories. Chuck mercenery played in that nineteen sixty seven ice bowl game, which is the second greatest football game ever played. Of course, the greatest game was he Allen BT came in tasty eight put the an NFL on Tabatha seven ice. Both now Chuck Marsin has distinction of going from the worst football team ever. The New York Giants nine hundred sixty six which he was the leading rusher on that team with three hundred and twenty seven yards in fourteen game schedule. He went from the giants to the Green Bay Packers. Probably two best football team ever. That sixty seven Green Bay Packers Mercer, which from Yale and what happened with Allie, Sherman. Some reason, didn't like him the quarterback for the giants and sixty six also was from a unique school. I Gary would with from Cornell anyway, in the ice bowl Chuck machine on that winning tried when star went over Jerry Kramer. Yeah. Instant replay, same. But when he was. Eva's actually a call for mercy. Mercy thought he was going to get the football there. Okay. And then he sees part star with a quarterback sneak and goes I gotta I gotta keep from running into this guy because if I push him into the end zone, they're going to they're going to flag me on that. So he had to really duck part staff ride the biggest play the game. It was a thirty eight. I attack is driving and star on third. And eight can you imagine just ran a plate machine? Any gain nine yards? They got the first down drive going. Can you imagine sports talk radio now with Lombardi calling on thirty and then Lombardi going civic touchdown with ten seconds left? Seventeen fourteen. He didn't go. He'll go short tie, and it was twenty degrees. I don't stand influenced twenty three degrees below zero in Green Bay lambofield Nobel the Lombardi said that he didn't think the fans could take another fifteen minutes are over long. It's. Resolve that game now knowing Lombardi in his pension for winning winning winning the kind of doubt that well, I'm going to think about the guy up in the third row here. Think he's thinking about this is the way we win the game. But yeah I mean I, I read a great account of, of that drive because I was I was young. I watched the game but I don't remember a whole lot from it. But everybody's talking about, you know, Bart star and that drive most of that drive was check Marsin. Bart Starr, only completed one pass in that drive to win the game. And the thing you gotta keep in mind, too, is at Vince Lombardi was not calling the place. This is pre helmets. That had walkie talkies in them. This was when the quarterback called the place now on the famous quarterback. Sneak. There was a time out call before that and Bart Starr did go to the sidelines and talk to Lombardy. And apparently, they were both in agreement that no we're not going to kick a field goal here. We're going to go for it. And I think it was, and we'll get this from Chuck Marsin that it was stars opinion that, hey, we go for quarterback sneak, and apparently that wasn't even in the playbook, but it was okay this is the blocking pattern. And this is where the whole is going to be, and as I said machine claimed that he thought he was going to get the football and instead star kept it and ran the quarterback. Sneak and machine. You know, on a on a hand off of becoming up behind Bart Starr. And unlike what you see today, which I think needs to be some what rectified where you see a guy being tackled. And then you see offense of linemen behind that guy pushing him forward. Right now, there used to be illegal, and I think it still is where you're not allowed to push your guy forward if he's running play. And there's a bunch of guys trying to tackle them. But nowadays, you see it all the time. But machine thought, hey, if I do that if I run into him in bump him any nudges him over the goal line. They're gonna call me for I don't. I don't know what the technical term is an unwarranted assists, and it's not going to be so good. So we'll get into that with Chuck mercy a little bit later on Jim is in Dix hills here on the fan. Jim. Good morning, Richard. How you doing today? Jim I'm doing good. Boy. You got what you six thirty in the morning. The energy, you got me. What do you what do you take? Is it just coffee or, or is there something the five minute energy? What what's, what's your big boost here? Well, the good news, it's Richard today. I don't take anything. If you would've known me back in the Woodstock era, you know that Corey weekend. And yes, me what do you got? Enough said, don't donate donate yourself. But there is a statue of limitations might have been a different answer that question, you know, I used to watch all those pack of games for, and I don't even remember that name Chuck missing. I remember, you know, Jimmy tail or pull haunting but but quickly only thing with the salaries I talked to say quick, you know, Sommese the things you pointing out that they are correct. A lot of the things about how, what have this hour stuff is structured? I agree with you go against the general feeling of capitalism the quick to have for you is, I'm watching the Mets a few weeks ago. And I know I've told you how frustrated with the Mets overall. And it's one of these endings where the couple runners on base, they have a chance to, like, I think they was down by Runa, whatever all of a sudden one look iris comes up to that. I said to myself, all right. This is in automatic out. You know, now I know he had a big hit like two weeks ago. One of the, you know, six or seven times in sees. He'll have a big head. But this is a guy I couldn't believe it when, when they said in terms of his future that he's making nine million dollars. And I said to myself, my thoughts, you is, how many people you think which go into a field? Like trying to be a financial advisor twenty to sell real estate anything else that's a difficult field to, to break into who were as bad at what they do. As one of our says, if being a hitter who, who wind up making nine million people in those fields will be lucky if they could even own a home and pay their bills, you know. So that's the other end of that world. Well, this is this is part of, of a guaranteed contracts in, in baseball and football. You got the opposite where you know you can play really well you get hurt. Well too bad. You're, you know, you get a little bit of severance, and that's the end of it, that doesn't really seem fair because you get hurt plying your. Your trade, but in baseball, you know if you can go she ate a thing based on what they think you're going to be worth. And you know, we heard a lot of talk in the off season about the Mets on. They wanna get rid of all, I'm Gareth's because he's making nine million and he's not a hitter..
"chenier" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"You. Good. Okay. Councilman j Chenier says he will work with Sacramento police department to revise the proposal before he brings it back to the committee for reconsideration. A fight is brewing in Washington over fuel economy and vehicle emission standards. California led an effort in two thousand twelve to establish the goals. But the Trump administration is set to roll back. Some of them a rule change proposed by the Trump administration would freeze officiency standards in thousand twenty one halting the current rules. Five years early the clean inefficient cars act of two thousand nineteen what preserve fuel economy and vehicle emission standards, set in two thousand twelve congresswoman Doris Matsui introduce the Bill Tuesday believe that it's important to keep going. We can't go backwards lucky mistake that really believes in that California has led the way on climate change issues congresswoman Matsui for taking the Trump administration. Head on on this issue, Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg wrote important parts of the state's clean air laws when he served in the state Senate, and we need to move to electrification we need the move. To alternative forms of energy. This is a fight worth having. And I commend her for taking it on John Brennan Z, NewsRadio KF L. Well, it turns out a guy that looked like he was armed with a gun at a high school in Santa Barbara only had a radiator hose. A student reported seeing the arm man in a parking lot of San Marcos high school yesterday afternoon the campus was immediately locked down and sheriff's deputies descended upon the campus within minutes, those deputies quickly realized he was just holding a radiator hose he had innocently pulled into a parking lot. When his car experienced some mechanical problems. All right. Let's get a check of our traffic troublespot now with Brian noble. No accidents on our freeways around Sacramento. We are getting a little busier and causing some mild slowing in a few spots. Westbound I eighty greenback to the cap city split also often on northbound ninety nine all almost all the way in from elk grove, complete traffic and weather together in three minutes, plus the arrest of a Sacramento county sheriff's deputy and your top national stories and the news you're hearing right now, we know it's going to change it's going to develop it's going to evolve throughout the day. You can catch up later with a K. Afternoon news from four to seven plus traffic and weather together every ten minutes to get you home faster with kitty O'Neil on KFI new year is.
"chenier" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"And welcome back here to the second quarter of the best stocks now radio hour. Well, it was quite a. A contentious press conference after the midterm election yesterday. I watched it while I was trading yesterday or looking for buys or sells and as a result. Jim Acosta of CNN has been end. From the White House after a White House. Oh, I don't know if she was passes the microphone around whatever you wanna call that helper in a cost accosted her almost that seems like would not give the microphone back. And so he loses his White House credentials jobless claims lower today. That's good news. That's not going to help us with the fed turning dovish. All of a sudden, I believe they will continue in a hawkish mode. Initial jobless claims come in at two hundred and thirteen thousand which continues to be an extremely low number and the odds the probabilities that I've seen recently from economists that really follow the economy. Less than a ten percent chance over the next twelve months of a US recession. Chinese exports surge ahead of tariff rate increases kit it out the door quickly. No wonder I've seen so many freighters coming into the port of Charleston here. China reported strong trade data for October shippers rush goods to the US biggest trading partner before higher. Tariff rates kick in on January the first dollar denominated exports rose fifteen point six percent from a year ago while imports advanced twenty one point four percent. Well, they're importing more. Okay. So our imports grew or their imports of our goods grew faster, then their exports of their goods resulting in a trade surplus of. Thirty four billion dollars or thirty one point seven with the US. Well, it's going down. We saw a record of thirty four billion in trade difference in September. Now, it's at least whittled down to about thirty two billion. Let's see what happens when the when the new tariffs kick in on January first, I think those numbers will that gap will narrow considerably unless of course, there's some kind of a decision some kind of agreement may I think any kind of decision made is going to have to involve, narrowing that trade gap, China will have to buy more of our goods they'll have to import more US goods while we import lasts of their goods. That's what President Trump is. After a, narrowing of the trade gap, Italy set to breach the three percent death. Lissette limit. You know, at least in Europe, they keep a tight rein on deficits we need. Some kind of lawyer Brussels is given Rome until November thirteenth to resubmit its spending proposals. In other words luck you guys. This is unacceptable. You're gonna face sanctions and fines of you refused to comply. We need some kind of mechanism like that. That limits the credit card we're at twenty one billion dollars. Poland strikes a twenty four year L N G supply deal with Chenier energy. You know, this is a big deal. I know that San Diego I want to say that sandy go gas and electric, which is now known as separate energy. I know they made a big investment in. I believe it's Chenier ninety eight percent. Sure Chenier energy has taken you know, the big gamble. They operate the saving pass receiving tournament terminal down in the Houston area. And they believe that the US could become a net exporter of oil, and in particular liquid natural gas, and in fact, that is the symbol of Chenier energy. It's l and g. Stock has done pretty well. You know, it was down to three dollars in two thousand eleven as an as natural gas prices sag and as supply outstripped by demand by a wide wide margin. Well, now, you've got liquid natural gas prices up. We saw big spike. Eight percent last week in natural gas prices. Chenier energy is up four point nine percent. But the even bigger story here is that Poland is bypassing and getting away from their dependence on Russia for their natural gas and turning to the US instead Poland's second long-term deal for the US liquid natural gas in as many months seeks to cut its energy dependence on Russia at a ceremony in Warsaw. Poland president dude on US secretary of state Perry. P C N I G well energy. They got to listen to secretary of state knee is not he's the energy sector said the price for US gasses twenty to thirty percent lower than Poland pays its current supplier. In russia. You would think that's gotta take off Putin. We'll see square slips four point five percent. Let's see what square is doing today. This is Dorsey other stock, of course Dorsey the creator of Twitter. He also owns square which I lost during the turbulent month of October. I don't miss it. I guess I had a stop in the stop triggered. I don't own square anymore square is down seven point seven percent today. They fall short of their consensus estimate going forward. Share square has also been a favorite of the shortsellers. And that's another reason being given the mobile payments weaker margin outlook could embolden the shorts. Well this shorts. Loved to pick on Twitter. They loved to pick on tesla. It drives Elon Musk nuts drives, Jack. Hersi nuts. But it's an open marketplace. We'll see if shorts are now emboldened by squares margin shrinkage year in their latest quarter. Did you see the cloud stocks yesterday? Holy cow. One of them reported way. Better than expected earnings. I believe it was Tableau software. The symbol is debt data the ata had had a huge day. It's following through today. I have owned data in the past. I do like the cloud stocks allot. One of my did very well yesterday was up eight point five percent. Here were the movers in the cloud space from yesterday. You might want to write these down. These are the cloud. Stocks your head should be in the cloud Salesforce CRM up five point eight percent yesterday workday, WD y up six point nine percent. Kupa software CEO UP. Up eleven point eight percent spunk. SP L key k up seven point six service now, which I wrote up you can see my article on seeking alpha symbol now up eight point five percent there several others here. But suffice it to say the cloud stock soared.
"chenier" Discussed on Here & Now
"But one issue you haven't heard much about this election season is peace in the Middle East the process stalled after the Trump administration officially recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital the administration has also cut money to groups that promote dialogue and relationships between Israelis and Palestinians. It's part of a US strategy to put pressure on Palestinians to cooperate with the US peace process NPR's Daniel estrin reports from Jerusalem. The interfaith encounter association runs meetings between Israelis and Palestinians like this musical. Yeah. One Palestinian three Israelis meet in Jerusalem once a week and Jim to Middle Eastern melodies. Israeli Chenier Regev is lead singer this specific song. It's about like, you know, it's about the differences, and I think it's very relevant because even though we have differences. We we still believe in like, you know, trying to to build something together. And we specifically in this book trying to use music as some some sort of way to communicate. Israelis and Palestinians often can't visit each other's areas without special permits the interfaith group arranges a military permits for Palestinian Marwan's Hika to come to Jerusalem for rehearsals, he plays the you'd a Middle Eastern guitar the little rigid than. Hey, it'd be cut the detergent that there be communication between the two sides and the holy land. If I don't come to these meetings, and no one else does either we won't understand each other. And this whole story won't end..
"chenier" Discussed on Gettin' Grown
"'cause you have a a sense of the talent and the skill that it takes to do certain things like some people because people like John legend in need to make like they just make it look so easy effort. You know, you don't realize the fact that you know they have such a level of control in tone and that takes work, you know. So I just that kind of when you have that kind of balance to your to your voice, I just don't know how to sit there and be quiet. The jealous was this lady was screaming so loud to the point. My father said, Luther stop the show show and says, Chenier name. Was she probably doing to match three much. Okay. She was doing three much but my and then she turns to my dad, she was like, you can say to. Bless her heart and probably hadn't been out in a long time in a long longtime. But how is your weeks this? You know, I'm just I've just here making terrible decisions and in carbohydrates trying not to feel horrible about those things, but you know, all this well working trying to manage imbalance, all of the most people, deadlines and deliverables that are my life these days. I'm just like the next few weeks or going to be a push for me, but. You know, I'm just making it through. I was talking to Felicia today, Dr Commodore. We were kind of, you know, keeping up with each other via text messaging, you know, has it going says, you know, struggling to find the progress, the productivity and kind of monitoring our progress on the different things that we got going on in both of us were just like some days you just you just don't have it some days. You just no matter how hard you try. It's like a slow drip. And it just doesn't come out. But you know, you just try to push through and keep your focus in those moments. And I think that's where I am trying to keep all these things going giving myself grace giving myself. I'm trying. That's that's my affirmation for the week is give to Greece 'cause I tend to beat to kill up, but I need to give to kill a little bit more grace because she's doing a live hold that thought because we're actually going to talk about that in the kitchen table talk. All right. Yeah, we are currently holding the told that thought, please, I'm not gonna let you forget it. Okay. Well, I'm glad that you're here in counted for and I guess we can go ahead and give these good people to show. Well, let's do. I'm going to stop singing. I'm never going to have that happen. But like you have every day because we're black and joyful. That's it's just how the song like there's a song in my heart and I just have to let it out. I am living. I seen. Obviously you're down the hallway. Obviously it in my office. I think in it's fine. Let's go sweep and mop though, because we've got trashed to take out our idea Willis cue to clean up woman. Reading..
"chenier" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Money let's check in with David Johnson Scottie. Stock market, still, looks pretty. Flat the daleks up eight. NASDAQ down one s&p maybe up. One or so crude, oils bounced bickers it just got savaged yesterday on these, these tariff comments coming. Out of China but it's thirty three cents higher sixty. Seven twenty-seven gold's up dollars, so and interest rates, are not doing anything two point nine four percent. That's it for the tissue that's actually. Down a little bit since last we spoke we've had some economic news. Initial jobless claims fell again two hundred thirteen thousand that's, a drop of, six thousand that is below expectations inflation at the wholesale level, the producer price index it's non existent supposed to be up three tenths it was unchanged takeout food and energy it was only. A potential of. A percent which is also below expectations We've had. From Addison base desk company it stocks have. Eleven percent, they, reported twenty. Seven twenty cents that is. A beat by fifteen cents and. Revenues also beat we, are seeing earnings coming in from Chenier energy which is, one of the few. Exporters of l. in g and those earnings is very. Badly they lost seven cents, to thirty two set, miss and revenues missed and finally booking holdings you. What that is now what is it. That's the new dumb name for Priceline I don't know why they did Yeah I know I know booking holdings anyways stocks down eight percent because they're cutting, guidance which, means, that, instead of a two thousand forty five dollars stock they're probably going to be an..
"chenier" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"In own energy but, one of the takeaways I. Got? From. This is. That regulation changes matter so we're tightening up data retain that but, you can, use this data if it's. My data can you use it right so there's legislation, going through about that does that affect their longer term revenue ability and and I, the revenue growth ability and I think, that's. Been the biggest question for. For Facebook and got people you rattled but energy energy. Pretty good, I think yes and. So the bond. King had a. Call earlier this series said short Facebook so he's, right and go long oil, and gas that was That was his that was his take and so what's, what's intriguing about that it's? A valuation play which leads to chart. Number two I've got the pipeline index which? We've been covering, it was an allocation. We took back in December the first quarter was rough and now we've resumed a rally, that index is. Gone from, two almost. Two. Thirty at the low point to now about two eighty and it's, it's beginning. To follow oil prices which approach seventy dollars again this week Yeah energies starting. Space, right now Yeah we're seeing the massive, inflows so I think you know we'll get to that but notable where the gains in in fifty. Two week highs for several companies Chenier, liquid natural gas, Yoji Houston-based exploration DC Pia pipeline trinity the maker. Of rail, cars and construction equipment. Dallas-based trinity having a nice comeback they're back to a profit for the year now which is which. Is good in Crestwood smaller pipeline those led the way in. Terms of fifty two week highs and I think it validates a.
"chenier" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast
"And then you see an ice always get you see how people actually live because there is a struggle and I think they want you to be hardened by. I don't. I don't. It's just, oh, see how CIO these people live, you know, I mean, like anybody that goes like, inevitably, charity that you're, you're gonna know that you have you have it goods you are. I mean, like you may be in this country point, is countries. So. About two tonight geria- and she goes to stay with her cousin on quite well off. They have a driver. I feel like it's. Okay. So in Jamaica, we have a drive, but we have a drive is in like the employed us. It's it's, it's a seaman. It's a guy, but they know the family. So it's not like all we have a driver like this is you know, whatever, man and then he's driving around, but you'll be a someone who knows the family and he would drive us, but I'm I, it was in that story, but she goes there and she basically finds himself. Trying to relate to her cousin, trying to find baby outside long. You don't read that. You didn't realize that to the story that you look at the baby. I think. Moment they mentioned as it's baby baby. Because they took about her the whispering. The moment he goes in the moment she goes in and the baby's crying and the cousin takes the baby, and it was. But that's how come on. Baby. I understand. You're gonna. Have I understood age gaps? Okay. So you've got this older sister who's looking to the child? He's very much like I mean, I understand that. Reading again of a different view. Now I'll be like when I read it and I was how the child. The mothers, the baby as you'll brought up. I mean, when I start reading stories, I've kinda take them at face value. I run the protagonist Iran with the protagonist, I'm not. But then yes as she's like, she's it's it's about how the protagonist is with cousin and figuring out all these different family drama style happened before her mom left and I've had left the country. Yes, they go to a park aboard or something or. A whole posse central African whole parties. So basically she goes, she goes to live with her on and cousin for few weeks in the summer scenario and genera as you know, she's a wild child like she does what she wants. But at the same time, there is a huge this humane, there's this richness in her this. I think the store this, this collection of books is all about young women who do not want to be pinned down and like she. She's she's another wild one, but how wildness she knows how she's aware of it, I think. And she does whatever the hell she wants and they go. She's like, tell mom that you want to go out with the car because if I ask her, she'll say no. And then because in like, does that and they go, this whole posse where there is this woman who I think was very much in love with her father before have father went to the states with her mum. And before she was born and she was kind of alluding to this family drama that happened before and and the narrator was feeding very uncomfortable and Chenier like she went off basically some guy and then ended up ditching, her cousin go home. So this young woman was left by herself. The narrator and what I love about the story is it's actually just all about family. And family ties. And the little note of the very big strong bonds that bind family bind black families without the black. Because when you're with your family, you're just like your mom. But when other people talking about it in in in intellectual space of novels and writing, it's, you know, the black family, you know, it's, you know, she's stay there in Africa. You know what I mean? And it's out rubbish. It's. But here is like, I think what Leslie's is amazing is illustrated that bond between families and and the mess and how sometimes beautiful that messes. Even though it feel ill to this, this whole part. She's like, as she meets this woman called grace, was it grace, grace. He drives her home in the end. Is a, hey, on. Your father, you know. Before he married to America drunk. I know she's drinking seeing on the guy, the one that go away..
"chenier" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Is a whole lot of money for just an old hats someone's paid more than four hundred thousand dollars for a hat at option in paris not just any hat that black felt by corn faded torn and cracked leave to a top the head of napoleon bonaparte before he dropped it on the battlefield at waterloo two hundred three years ago doc chenier says napoleon is one of the rare figures who still fascinates almost everyone on the planet the buyer is a private collector from europe deborah rodriguez cbs news hey why w news time eleven fifty two time for traffic and transit on the twos well as you were mentioning that construction out there still mayor on the schuylkill expressway west it's jammed up approaching gerard after the boulevards in the right lane as we said before they were fixing a very large pothole unfortunately have driven over that one a couple of times also east in the conshohocken curve it's a little bit slow too and then east montgomery to gerard you've also got jammed traffic on ninety five at a couple of spots northbound just above the delaware state line up to about the commodore barry bridge we have two lanes blocked there doing north everything looks good by the airport we're not really seeing any problems at all until you get to around academy it's slow there was a lane closed between there and woodhaven things are have you there that's just the new construction pattern you're finding on the pennsylvania turnpike west not seeing any delays at all take it all the way out to morgantown east however we've got some work going on just pass midcounty and they're passing by fort washington now the crew that's in the left lane and they're on the move on the northeast extension southbound things are jammed up for a couple of miles because police are actually pacing traffic and letting them use some inspection of the overhead bridges so this is south of quakertown headed for lansdale very slow moving construction their new jersey main roads like forty to fifty five to ninety five we really don't see any big problems getting on the walt whitman bridge is a little bit slow that's because of construction also getting on the walt whitman on the pa side is heavy out to about mid span again that's all just roadwork going on or bridge work as were mass transit looking all right next update coming up in just a couple of minutes this traffic report is brought to.
Woman missing in New Jersey since December found dead, authorities say
"And a good monday morning to everybody partly cloudy today highs are gonna hit seventy four degrees not a not a great day but not a terrible day weatherwise lynn thank you kidding me anything over fifty hey some sad news chenier coli she's the twenty four year old woman from paterson new jersey she's been missing since december and over the weekend they found her car with a body in the back seat has not been positively identified but it does appear at least to her father willie coley that it is his his daughter's body missing since december she was abducted on her way to work she's a nursing assistant she's the mother of a four year old boy and where she was abducted her father went there and he said he saw blood and would appear to be her glasses in the brook slope parking lot from which she was reportedly abducted but missing since december and now they found the car with the body in the back well they found the car just about a mile away but what was it just sitting there since december in the same spot.
"chenier" Discussed on AM Joy
"Doing wrong house oversight committee what do you make of what's going on right now there's new reporting from abc news this week that pruitt's morocco trip which cost taxpayers tens of thousands of dollars he rented a room in the chairman of williams and jensen which i believe is a lobbyist carl icahn associates is the largest institutional holder in this company chenier energy that actually exports liquid natural gas now several lawmakers per abc news or calling for the internal watchdog to also look it at one of his missions while they are promoting liquefied natural gas as david kay johnson just reported on us disappointed to us at least two of william and jensen's clients near energy and exxon mobil had lobbyists working on issues tied to ellen g according to disclosures he seems to have been in morocco selling one of the products of his landlady's client what would dare is back in the day of dun had an obama administration epa official done the same head we had anything remotely close to how flagrant the conflict of interest is here i can tell you joy we wish you'd subpoenas immediately we wouldn't have waited for people to call on us to do something we would have done it that day we would have scheduled congressional hearing scott peru would be in front of our committee within the next five days answering questions about what went wrong and lie who signed off on this who knew what when why officials who stood up to you been reassigned or demoted or been asked to move onto another job the the revolving door here of renting a room from a lobbyist who also by the way has donated money to your previous political efforts who has fundraisers at this location for other members of congress and other political action committees who rep who has a lobbying firm that represents business that very much intersects with your jurisdiction all of this is flagrant of beauce conflict of interest and if publio troy you're right now is out on this book tour what tim scott i wish he would do his job as chairman of the oversight committee and do der life would have done if this had been abroad obama administration official issue subpoenas have a hearing get answers in transparency and betsy not only do you have scott pruitt apparently living the high life as many of these cabinet officials let's be on.
"chenier" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Scott pruitt's not the energy secretary he's the epa administrator convincing other countries to import our liquefied natural gas is so far out of his lane is basically driving on the wrong side of the road we don't know why he did that what we do know is that the time scott pruitt was waxing poetic about the virtues of america's liquid natural gas exports there was only one active liquid natural gas plant in the entire united states for exports it was owned by a company called chenier energy and now we know that scott pruitt at the time was living in chenier energies lobbyists house for much of the first his first year in washington pruitt occupied prime real estate in a townhouse near the capital that is co owned the wife that they've top energy lobbyists lobbyist firms specifically lobbies on issues related to the export of liquefied natural gas so today we learned that he was living in the energy lobbyists house while he was traveling abroad to morocco first class on your dime to go pitch liquefied natural gas imports totally outside the remit of his job i wonder what he's paying in rent wonder if there's rent check was maybe paid for by that trip to morocco that's travel skinned that's what you get fired for that's not what david got fired for now scott pruitt still there that doesn't for us tonight show we did nine minutes during on msnbc thanks for listening to rachel maddow's show podcast you can listen to msnbc twenty four hours a day seven days a week on tune in or subscribed today to tune in premium.
"chenier" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts
"Been hurt in abused it emotionally issue coming out on other sad but you know she she she might be alot insecure possibly can we get any rescuing owen tiffany adage that saw michelle says yes rescue her she said she was sign want any way she did say that so that was an apology missed she did tiffany had is definitely was like shows donna nda any day and in so she okay so we can rescue tiffany laissez melatonin says until beyonce's anything i thought it was just some good comedy yelm here i mean i i kinda thought it was comedy but then again i thought some of the things that sister had amsoil cherchi adam foote sister and brother on everything but any who i thought that until she um uh when she was sane things like about her running up on some actress and chanaged you know showing her presence as if don't talk to my man i thought that that was a bit much especially considering the sensitive nature of their relationship that they have shared with us let's see what anyone else's saying on here about tiffany chenier says led her be happy tiffany is humble she even spoke about it at the oscar that if yawns he wants to india she will silence she started from the bottom and now she's here and she was representing her people that was awesome i thought she did she looked a beautiful i know we were uh some of the saints was talking about her wear net dressed threetimes united three different things but i think that's part of what makes her connected a relatable is that she you know we who'd on where to same things i've probably warnie's pants a thousand times you know um did they do donate dresses those sometimes designers will so she just wanted to do that i could see them leslie victoria higgs his but jay z should have removed the lady should have remove the ladies arm from his chance yeah busy wheel we all even though of is true like that but i understand what she's saying but i do think overall like you von liaise same at tiffany was starstruck in brittany is teen tiffany's i i think we can rescue her from the tire marseille may be on her back for revealing.
"chenier" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"These reasons i was curious he's not the first there has been a hamlet guerrero who is in the miners in 1990 six but if you look at the majorleague history there are two players who show up there's there's herri east a harry east played an eighteen 82 is aim is hairy hamlet east that's fine but there's also a guy from from 1911 did 1915 whose name is eugene or gene hamlet crap last name was crap and his middle name was hamlet nickname was rubber arms so you could call him hamlet rubber arm crap have the who for the reason for the ira pluses what a twostorey wasn't he wasn't a crappy after all so is the the hamlet that were with that we could wrap today is the second baseman a to be or or not uh mayor we created draft it's the best this is why it's fun it's not because we actually might get anything right it's because that's partially because it's kind of fun throughout the season when you happen to see that one of your guys made the major somehow said to the little story line the you can follow but it's also because you see these names that either you've never heard or you can't believe are still in professional baseball that is half the joy of this thing end will save lifetime our our finished are completed competitions according to the spreadsheet which is a google doc that anyone can access through the facebook group an official statistician of effectively wild john chenier still holds that post in his spare time despite being an analyst for the mariners now and in his capacity as analysts for this podcast is determined than i'm up 85 in completed competitions but there are still.
"chenier" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong
"In having smart people around you i would have always always because as you may as i said i'm not an engineer i'm not a geologist i'm not a geophysicist so i said on brexit for the best and so that i can be one step ahead of the next go was gonna figuring out in your big in your big win or your big your baby is recalled in one of these interviews that uh chenier was the company's when did you start near twenty is it won't 2018 96 so it may still around today yes and this is the one where you referred to by the way it another article said chenier which i did notice until i read this obviously is cajun it i didn't cajun language or cajun dialect for elevated land above a swap yes that's how you can about the name yes 'cause they then it is a bunch of swamps in louisiana and if you want you equipment to be safe you bit of find summit of it'd lat yet delivered on the trump now so you start chenier twenty years ago in this thing just by the way at one point i believe in a came through our mutual friend day bells wig thank you had a son who had cancer at some point in his life and you gave some shares of chenier to lift strong yes which because back then added you booked me through the process with your son yes though so he was sick then yes may meet two years after you oh interesting so then they in that's the story of and i'm not there anymore my story my history would live strong feels a little bit like your history with chenier right that's that's what you call your baby i considered low strong my baby.