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"conservation game" Discussed on Bear Grease
"And you hear a wildlife case, sometimes it doesn't translate to as significant a crime. Almost like, yeah, but that's not a real crime. And I'm not saying it's the judge's fault, but I'm just saying the system is not geared to just fry people for a while life crimes. And to those of us on this side of it that love wildlife want, like our play in this game, this conservation game, like we see how serious it is, but when the next guy is a guy that murdered somebody and it's like, it's a little bit. You know, I kind of agree with that, but you know, you need your law strong enough to stop other people from participating. And where is that? It's like, how do you price your product? Will price it as high as you can until it quits selling and back off a little bit, you know? Yeah. So when Louis Dell and Charlie and stony Edwards, Charlie's son told me this when Louis he's the one that brought it to my attention. When Louis del and Charlie were doing what they were doing back in the 80s and 90s, literally it was like a misdemeanor ticket, like if you killed a Turk got caught killing turkey, which they did a couple times. Pay a $325 fine, go to the courthouse, pay the money, go back and kill another one. You know, Charlie said, well, it's cost me about 40 cents a bird. Because he got caught one time, but all the ones he killed. He divided the amount of birds he killed to the ticket. And so it literally was like a game. It wasn't the punishment. Today it's not like that. They are taking vehicles and RT did say one of the guys has vehicle taken away, put a lien on his house till the fines were paid. There were some significant stuff. But yeah, that's the yeah, because it's basically he risked his life. Yeah. I mean, it's like a good perspective. That he risked his life for a pretty low key. Yeah. Yeah. Well, you know, in the end, you know, what I want to say is that, you know, we're all massively supportive of law enforcement, what these guys are doing. The sacrifice that they're that they're given to protect our wildlife and our right to hunt and our basically the integrity of the whole system. So when you go out and don't commit a crime and have a good hunt and take an animal, that is as much a part of the whole system as RT going undercover and busting these guys and it's like to me it's like one big thing. We got to have it. So
Bloomberg Radio New York
"conservation game" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The rest of the world gets vaccinated And at Bloomberg our market vision is 2020 So let's talk about the pain trade I am shocked by the moves that we're seeing in the rights market The inflation debate continues Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Broadcasting 24 hours a day At Bloomberg dot com and the Bloomberg business app this is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update The U.S. Secretary of State believes Russia could attack before the night is over That's what Antony Blinken said Wednesday when speaking with NBC nightly news Lester holt he explained that Russia has positioned its forces at the final point of readiness so everything seems to be in place for Russia to engage in a major aggression against Ukraine In a follow-up question blinken said he can't put a date or exact time on the invasion but everything is in place for Russia to move forward Meantime the UN Security Council is holding an emergency meeting at present at the request of Ukraine in a televised statement addressing the people of Russia Ukrainian president zelensky said his country wants peace and is doing everything it can to build it Senator Lindsey Graham says more needs to be done at home to keep Americans from paying the price of the Russia Ukraine conflict Speaking to Fox News he said the U.S. has more than enough natural resources to supply our needs We are sitting on an abundance of American owned oil and gas and we should be exploiting it for our purposes A Texas deputy constable is dead after a shooting at a mall in Houston authorities say the San jacinto county officer died after being taken to the hospital They have not released his identity the suspect in the shooting at plasma America's mall in southwest Houston was also hurt and taken to an area hospital Over 50 historically black colleges and universities houses of worship and other institutions have dealt with bomb threats this year Lisa Taylor reports that's according to an FBI summary that covers January 4th through February 16th It follows a bomb threat surge in which Howard University and 7 other HBCUs were threatened The FBI said in a statement no explosive devices related to threats were found I'm Lisa Taylor mask mandates are ending at target This week the company updated its website saying staff and shoppers no longer have to wear masks in stores I'm Brian shook The operator of a big cat refuge who became famous for her appearance in Tiger king is trying to get her followers to watch a different kind of documentary Gordon bird explains Carole Baskin has released a documentary called the conservation game for free on her YouTube page for a limited time filmmaker Michael Weber claims that several high profile conservationists have been showing off so called ambassador cats on TV for years then dumping those cats into the exotic market where Baskin's nemesis Joe Exotic and others flourished Best can appear briefly in the film she hopes it will help pass a bill in Congress the big cat public safety act I'm Gordon burr New Jersey officials are ending their formal coronavirus briefings Governor Murphy says Friday March 4th will be the last time he gathers with other state leaders to give formal COVID updates That's exactly two years since New Jersey registered its first case of COVID Coronavirus numbers continue to be on the decline in New Jersey Once again LGBTQ groups are being denied the right to march under their own banner in Staten Island Saint Patrick's Day parade Kessler reports gay and transgender folks can march in Dublin and after a lot of pressure they can march in the big parade in New York City but Staten Island's parade organizers have issued an edict that says this parade is not to be used for and will not allow political or sexual identification agendas to be promoted As a result many Staten Island politicians are refusing to participate including Richmond county DA Michael McMahon state senator Diane savino and former congressman max rose Disney is announcing Netflix marvel shows that are leaving the platform we'll be heading to Disney+ in Canada series including daredevil the punisher Jessica Jones Luke cage iron fist and the defenders will be available for streaming on March 16th I'm Brian schuch And I'm Doug prisoner at Bloomberg world headquarters in New York Let's check this hour's top business stories Equity markets are being hit from every direction so it seems from the Russia Ukraine conflict to surging oil prices to higher inflation and its impact on fed policy volatility is nothing short of tremendous although one thing does seem constant through all of this tech stocks are being hard hit in the U.S. session we had the NASDAQ composite falling more than two and a half percent It is now near a 20% decline from its November record that would constitute a bear market and among its constituents Tesla's shares are down 27% so far this year Right now in Sydney we have information tech as a group down by more than 5% and in Hong Kong the hang seng tech index is down by more than 2% At the same time commodities are rallying with the Bloomberg commodity index trading near a 7 year high This could be a preview of further inflationary pressures crude oil advancing with WTI now above 94 a barrel again in the electronic session of more than 2% even though The White House said it was looking to release oil from the strategic petroleum reserves aluminum is near a record high soybeans at a 9 year high and wheat futures at the highest level since 2012 We check markets every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg right now in Tokyo the nikkei is down by more than 1% in Hong Kong the hang seng weaker by more than 2% in Seoul the Cosby down 2% in Sydney the ASX 200 is weaker by 2.7% and on the Chinese mainland Shanghai composite is weaker by half of 1% U.S. treasuries down across the curve by at least four basis points a ten year at one 94 a two year at one 56 Global news 24 hours a day on air and on 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"conservation game" Discussed on KOMO
"They'll adjust we'll adjust We'll try and just beat them fair and square Ryan Schmidt's club played to a scoreless draw in their first match down in Central America Washington and Washington state with rare back to back Apple cup men's basketball games in one week tonight they're in Pullman a makeup game for a COVID postponement Saturday the huskies host the cougs Zach parisi scored twice the New York islanders took away a 5 to two victory over the kraken last night at climate pledge arena That's 5 straight defeats now for Seattle and they have the Boston Bruins coming to town tomorrow night Baseball owners with a minor counteroffer in day three of contract talks bumping up the minimum pay by $10,000 so it would be about 650,000 for the players who want 775,000 Both sides are still far apart with the start of the regular season March 31st in jeopardy Sports was Schwarzenegger 40 after the hour northwest news radio As we begin to emerge from the pandemic a lot of business owners are looking for ways to lure back customers and as Brian Calvert tells us there's extra pressure on winemakers Just getting people back inside northwest wineries will take some time but a recent study indicates there's a specific age group that may not accept the invitation As the boomers continue to retire and let's say sunset and I replaced by consumers who are more ambivalent to wine Rob McMillan at the Silicon Valley bank wine division is referring to those aged 26 to 35 the millennial An age group that currently gravitates towards beer and spirits a Harris poll reveals those 65 and older bring a bottle of wine to a party those 44 and younger bring beer We have to change the way we sell in market And we are no longer really coming and tasting wine and just visiting a winery Winemaker Natalie Barnes tells KXL Y dot com They're making changes to the tasting room to make younger adults embrace wine You're more of an event center or people are wanting experiences And that's more of the millennials The idea of winemakers can win by offering the amenities that appeal to younger adults Having them come in and be able to have a tabletop barrel tabletop for two with their tastings and all that has been a unique shift for us but allowed us to get to that younger crowd and get them to come in That we have to evolve We have to evolve the way you message that you have to evolve the way you market That includes using social media because that's where millennials and Gen Z communicate We have a lot of millennials coming in now that we have really worked and changed your advertising to hopefully get to them so that they can come in Brian Calvert northwest news radio with the operator of a big cat refuge who became famous for her appearance in Tiger king is trying to get her followers to watch a different kind of documentary Carole Baskin has released a documentary called the conservation game for free on her YouTube page for a limited time filmmaker Michael Weber claims that several high profile conservationists have been showing off so called ambassador cats on TV for years then dumping those cats into the exotic market where Baskin's nemesis Joe Exotic and others flourished Baskin appears briefly in the film she hopes it will help pass a bill in Congress the big cat public safety act I'm Gordon bird Well you're not done with Tom Brady yet He's already planning his next move after retiring from football Brady will produce and act in a football themed road trip movie called 80 for Brady Lily Tomlin Jane Fonda and Sally Field will star in the project that's being created by Paramount Pictures the film will tell the story of four best friends who are New England patriot fans that take a trip to see Brady play in Super Bowl 51 Production set to begin this spring What was that Oh I'm sorry That was the sound of snoring It's 6 14 And time for Marina rocker to give us the traffic.
"conservation game" Discussed on WTVN
"Is a 73 in west Jefferson 73. Degrees at your severe weather station news radio 6 10 w T V N. An undercover drug effort to stop the trafficking of opioids and narcotics in four counties in Ohio has resulted in 45 indictments. Today. It was dubbed Operation Red, White and bust and was a joint effort that targeted the alleged drug traffickers and Faye at Ross, Highland and hawking counties. The race to replace retiring U. S. Senator Rob Portman got a new candidate today. Author businessman and Marine veteran J D. Vance announced his entry into the race for the Republican Party's nomination. Vance, whose memoir Hillbilly Elegy was made into a recent film is a native of Middletown, Ohio. Meanwhile, the U. S. Marine is biking across America to raise awareness for the wounded Warrior project and made a stop in Ohio Today, Nick Davonte says it's to honor his friend Corporal James Currie, who passed away on May 3rd of 2020. The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is ending its relationship with several animal organizations mentioned in a new documentary called the Conservation Game that has not yet been released. It examines the connection between television celebrities and the exotic pet trade troopers will be stepping up enforcement through Monday night in hopes of getting impaired drivers off of Ohio's roads, they say. Last year 24 fatal crashes led to the death of 25 people in Ohio. They say they will be visible to all drivers. They're encouraging you to buckle your seat belt. Watch your speed and put the phone down. And Grove City is one of several communities who were starting off the holiday with a bang. They have fireworks displays tonight at dusk, Residents of Grove City, Buckeye Lake Granville, Pick Ringtone Reynoldsburg and Whitehall will all be treated to fireworks. This evening, your ABC six first warning weather sunshine for the rest of the day. Today, a high near 73 MLS and Y. And our next update at seven o'clock. Let me tell you.
"conservation game" Discussed on WTVN
"Station news radio 6 10 W T V N jobs bounced back in June after disappointing spring with 850,000 new jobs added last month, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, TD Ameritrade chief market strategist JJ Kinahan says the latest numbers are a good sign of the economy recovering not too hot in terms of wages. Yet still a very steady Rate of employment for people and I really believe what this report shows is the get back to work mentality. The leisure and hospitality industries, education and retail saw jobs added Unemployment's up slightly to 5.9% leaders of the search and rescue team at the condo collapse in South Florida. Closely monitoring the progress of Hurricane Elsa, the small town of Surfside is in the potential path of Hurricane Elsa. Even if it doesn't make a direct hit, it could bring more rain and strong, gusty winds. Those winds could threaten what's left standing of the Champlain Towers. South building search and rescue operations had to be suspended most of Thursday after there were reports of movement and loud cracking sounds coming from what's left of that 12 story tower on the current forecast track, Hurricane Elsa could start impacting the disaster site late Sunday or early Monday. I'm Rory O Neill, the Columbus soon aquarium, ending its relationships with several animal or Organizations mentioned in a new documentary. The Conservation Game, has not yet been released and examines the connection between television celebrities, including Jack Hanna and the Exotic Pet Trade Zoo also announced moving forward. None of its big cancer be allowed off site for television programming. Roads will be packed this weekend as people get away from the Fourth of July holiday, Josh's uber with Triple A says when it comes to vacations. There's a lot of pent up demand. We're actually anticipating Cree pandemic levels for travel, especially when we talked about traveling by heart. A car club predicts more than 47 Million Americans will take to the nation's roads and skies during this holiday. Despite the highest gas prices in seven years, more than 91% of Holiday travel will be by car here in Ohio, the State Highway Patrol be out in force this holiday weekend, troopers will be stepping up traffic enforcement until Monday night. The hopes of taking impaired drivers off the roads. According to the patrol troopers made 432 of the I. R S and 20. With 24 fatal crashes in Ohio and 25 people dying over the Fourth of July weekend last year, troopers will be visible. All drivers who are encouraged to buckle their seatbelts, watch their speeds and put their phones down. Use radio 6 10 w T V N Sports Tomorrow is the day the crew playing their first ever game in the new stadium. The game against New England starts at five, but activities are planned in and around lower dot com Field for the hour. Leading up to it. Gates will open tomorrow at 3. 30 Baseball Tonight. Reds opened a series against the Cubs if you missed it since the outfielders Nick Castano's and Jesse Winker both voted in his starters for the National League at the All Star Game. Indians, who had dropped five of six are home to Houston Clippers visit Toledo, also on the sports schedule tonight. Tampa Bay with the two zip lead Visits Montreal in Game three of the Stanley Cup final from the central Ohio Honda Dealer. Sports Test McCoy News Radio 6 10 w T V ad will be mostly cloudy today with a high of 76 or ABC six first warning weather tonight. Mostly clear, Cool low 57 sunshine dry and warm to start the holiday Weekend.
"conservation game" Discussed on WTVN
"6 10 w T V N into the news booth and Scott Jennings above the last U. S. Troops in Afghanistan left today marking the end of America's longest war troops of station in Bagram Air Base, which has been used for launching strikes against Taliban more than 2400 soldiers died in Afghanistan over the last two decades. President Biden said keeping the military there would just put more true. Set risk the White House sending surge response teams to covid hot spots dealing with the delta variant. They'll help the vaccination sites, distribute supplies and conduct contact tracing adult. The variant now accounts for 26% of all new cases. It's likely officials will demolish the rest of the partially collapsed condo in Florida. They're considering the impact it will have on the existing pile of rubble as crews continue to search for 145 people still missing. Could take weeks to make a plan to bring the building down. Nearly 44 million Americans expect to hit the roads during the July 4th holiday. Most expected travel by car this weekend just as gas prices hit a seven year hides now averaging 3 12 a gallon nationwide here in central Ohio, the average price of for a gallon of regular also at 3 12 when it comes to traffic, triple aces drivers on highway 17 year, San Francisco can expect congestion to be 340% worse. Unusual. The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, ending its relationships with several animal organizations mentioned in a new documentary. The Conservation Game, has not yet been released but examines the connection between TV celebrities including Jack Hanna, and connections to the exotic Pet Trade Zoo also announced moving forward. None of its big cats will be allowed off site for television programming. I'm Scott Jennings. Next news updated seven. The Brandon Boxes show with Bob Randolph returns Next. Your.
"conservation game" Discussed on WTVN
"NBC News radio correspondent Rory O. Neill will give us an update on the latest search for victims of the cause of that high rise condo in Surfside, Florida from last week. Hard to believe tomorrow. Tomorrow will be seven days already a week. Uh, And after that 8 20. How about a road trip to Cleveland next year to see Elton John and you never know. Could be one of the last times. You see you just you never know. So that will be a lot of fun. So 8 20 you get that opportunity and then Senator Stephanie Coontz see who is running for the congressional 15th district. Steve's divers old District, uh and she will be with us talking about the anti hazing bill that's about to be sent Collins law. And, of course, her run for the 15th district. Very competitive run that will take place I in August so hard to believe. That's just a month from now that will be at 8 35. There's a lot of things to sort through. This morning. You've got a lot of things locally here. The Delaware County Sheriff's identifying that body in a storage container. Earlier this week, investigators had to use fingerprints to identify a 37 year old Timothy Markham of Columbus. Final autopsy is going to take place a little bit later. Yeah. This is sad, but I think we are on our 98 homicide right now. One more person has now died this morning after shots fired in west Columbus around 4 30 this up This morning off of a self Sullivan Avenue, police said. One person was found lying outside in the parking lot of convenience store with gunshot wounds. They were pronounced dead at 4 27. And Governor Mike DeWine, signing a deal pouring federal covid relieved money into the State House Bill 1 68 putting $22 billion into programs across Ohio. This also brings us back out into the black out of debt with some of those programs to And you know, it's the fourth of July this weekend, and I know tomorrow and Friday will be very busy days for travel. In fact, Triple A says that 47 million Americans will be heading anywhere. 50 miles or more by Plane mainly by road, so watch those gas prices probably expected to go up a little bit. At least over two million Ohioans will be on the road to, they said. The busiest times will be tomorrow on Friday, getting out of town between three and six. Those are going to be your windows. Uh, tomorrow and then Friday afternoon. I want to get to something with the fourth of July. You know, it's got a lot of different meanings, but it comes down to one common meeting Independence Day in the US It's the annual celebration if you will of nationhood Commemorating the passage of the Declaration of Independence by the Continental Congress back in July, 4th of 17 76. Now I consider myself a patriot, a lover of this country, all things with the flag and all of its, um Pageantry with the Star Spangled Banner. And any chance you get to say, God bless America feels good. I love it. I don't take well to seeing those who are in another country like US athlete Gwen Berry, who decided to stand on a podium or not so much stand, putting a shirt over her head. I don't find that appropriate or patriotic at all to go to a foreign country when you're supposed to be representing America. Yesterday on the view, Meghan McCain Talked about this and it's It's a couple of minutes, but I think it's extremely powerful with what she said. Check it out. I think in regards to the athlete protesting I've spent the last year and a half hearing every argument possible and understanding why athletes protests in the United States of America like Colin Kaepernick? The problem I have is this woman is doing this internationally. And if anyone just saw Vladimir Putin's recent speech when he met with President Biden, he's using the propaganda that America is an irredeemable crap hole against us saying You think your country is so great over there. Look at BLM Look at everything that's happening in your country. You don't even treat your people correctly at the same time, where he's literally imprisoning people, and we're having our enemies and propaganda dictators using our own propaganda against us, which in turn turns into a real national security rest. My other problem with this is I don't understand why we all can't have shared experiences in this space or have our own stories because for some reason, my relationship with the flag isn't allowed anymore. My love of the American flag, My love of the national Anthem and I know that it's very triggering for people and people get very upset when I talk about my dad for whatever reason, which is why I really stopped doing it on the show, unless it's really meaningful to me. But when I was growing up every year on Christmas, he would tell me a story about when he was in prison being tortured, and his cell mate, a man named Mike Christian, had sown the American flag using scraps of material he found in prison. Into his prison garden Every morning. They would say this the pledge of allegiance to what was sewn into his prison garb. One day, the Vietnamese captors found that and beat the living crap out of my Christian to the point that his eyes and his body was so badly injured that he could barely move and the second that he was able to move again. Do you want to know the first thing my Christian started doing? He started reselling the American flag into his prison garb. So his cell mates could say the pledge of Allegiance and remember what they were doing and what they were fighting for in prison for America. So excuse me. If I don't think some of these athletes are representing America in the same way, and for some of us, I will die for this. I will die on this hill that is not appropriate or patriotic to go to a foreign country where you're supposed to be representing America and act like it's just about you. It's not about you. It's about all of us. How powerful is that? How powerful is that? So excuse me. If I don't think some of these athletes are representing America in the same way, I will die in this hill that is not appropriate or patriotic to go to a foreign country or you're supposed to be representing America. And act like it's just about you. It's not about you. It's about all of us. After all, That's why they call it the United States of America. 8 13 Well, said Meghan McCain. We're just a couple of, uh minutes away here from Royal Neil from NBC news radio. Get an update on the South Florida Uh, condo collapse and I want to get to this because we didn't yesterday inside Edition. Had a interview with Carol Baskets. Tiger King fame. Ripping on our beloved treasure. Jack Hanna in a new documentary, the Conservation game. Check it out. There's so many people that loved Jack Anna, and he was Kind of this goofy guy that talked about conservation and about saving animals. After telling you all these people on TV that these animals were going to the Columbus Sue, or that they were going to a wonderful sanctuary. But he doesn't know and apparently didn't even care where these animals ended up. This is going to show that all of these folk conservationists that we grew up loving and believing we're doing good things for animals. They were trading in these animals at auctions. They were sending these animals too horrible, horrible places, or they were just up and disappearing altogether after they had been used on the talk shows. Utterly stupid. Just utterly. Yes, I'm absolutely offended. Not just because I've had the opportunity to work with Jack Hanna, but the amount of endless hours over Jack Hanna's career. And millions and millions of dollars.