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Only here this out tax history has in place. That's out of Texas Justice rules case, they don't like it love it. They say we're all round. Subtext halls really Rojo and we do roll along. Thanks for tuning in telling the freedom host Jay west, Texas Leeson as we roll along. You're the reason we're here so many question. I get a lot is we're going to start a new party. No, buddy. Holly started the Sunday party here. I think people are talking about a different on the party. And some folks look at me on that. I don't know. I do know this. I'll put west Texas ahead of the party. And that's the way the youth things. And. Maybe it's time for that. I don't see. Here's my problem. The Republicans won all these races. In rural places, but you know, if this property tax cap is so great. Why is it not being put down upon rural places because we're replaces can't withstand it, which may tell you something about urban places. And if they were serious about these caps these rollback rate election caps. They would Dade institute them in rurals. But they can't because they know that rurals are too fragile for them. But the urban somehow can withstand them. And my point over and over again on these caps is to me signifies a couple of things. One signifies that may be the GOP sees that their time is running out. In if they're gonna pass this thing of the pass it now. Maybe. I look at it. And I just have to read it for what it is. The other thing it signifies to me is that if it can work in urban areas. It should work in rural. But also for every Republican that's gonna go on record in vowed four these tax caps. These a rollback rate election caps. Excuse me. They should the problem. Here is outside influence in campaign. Let's let them have a free and fair election where they live. Okay. Well, are you guys gonna come and speak against these caps? When we speak against other people rolling in because in places like Lubbock county. Entities like empower Texans will roll in here. And it will go scorched earth believe me, and they will get involved in this election with a lot of outside money flowing in. And it's going to be a real problem. If these folks who are for the this is how I think it's fair. If you're gonna be for this. You ought to go on record and say that you will decry outside influences coming into counties and cities and trying to sway the vote, and they won't do that. Which is why find this thing? More and more problematic gonna ride on it soon. But I find it problematic. Kate we are right here in the race car wash studios racer car wash but love excess wash for five years running stop in one five comed- location cross city for the best wash round guaranteed. Racer watch dot com. Great show for you head. We've got David Joost. The new offense of coordinator for Texas Tech university. We got him in an interview coming up right here after the break. And then we're going to have Sarah self war brick of the avalanche journal for the latest in Rageh gate. That's right. It's been a long time since we've gone to regular gate kgab gonna have Sarah, self war. Bring talk to us a little bit about what's going on that front full in loaded show for you. Is we roll along on the program? Stay right where you are going to catch a quick break. Get ahead of time. So that we can get you this full interview with coach Joost coming up right here on the other side of Texas. Stay right where you are be back with you about two minutes. Hailstones? We had David Yosef prerecorded this going to bring it to you. Now, David Joost offense, coordinator, Texas Tech university, you know, from the hair, but when it gets you to know him, even better, the first part of this interview, and I'm gonna Pala jobs for this little bit crispy in the internet connection. But it gets better over the first couple minutes just pops a little bit. And then sick with a David Yose offense coordinator of your Texas Tech, red raiders up you really enjoy it because I know certainly David Joost for you. Now, the Joost right here on the other side of Texas. On the line with us now is offense coordinator at Texas Tech university a legend in the making David Joost coach Joost, let me start here. How does it feel? You've not been stepped onto the big twelve filled a play, and you've already beat Mike Gundy in the best hair category. Well, I I don't know if I've got the I don't know if I beat them you have a work toward that. But no it's excited to be here in can't wait to get the ball rolling. Yeah. We're glad that you made time to be on the program. I think consensus you've already beat Mike Gundy in the hair category. Now what happens on the field will be? But at least in the hair category. Tell us about the hair. That's the first thing folks will look at and say, wow. What what began with the hair legacy here. Well, it's I mean, I always I liked have long hair. When I was a kid always kinda had it and used to my dad would take me every the first day school was out every year, you go and get a buzz cut back at at the local barber shop back in Carrollton, Ohio that I despised it and as always very upset about it. And that's so when I kinda got a chance to grow my hair the way I wanted to I still wearing long hair, and then as I got into the out of college and kind of freshman world, I wore a little shorter and in that way, and then kinda trying to find something to kinda stand out there cruising game and everything and try some different things were visor for while that kind of became popular with other people outfits trying to be a little bit different that way. So you said is training and practice. I I didn't I don't know if he's but I try to on this was back in the early. The late nineties. I kinda got into that. And then once we went to Missouri. I was kinda visor guy. And then I decided, Nope. I'm to go out and that way, so about two thousand three I said, no to grow hair out grew it out. Let it got it blonde up a little bit. My I belonged when I was younger any kind of darker as I got older. No, a natural woman in that way. So kinda start growing out long, and it kinda stuck in kinda gave me a little bit of a niche and people recognize in remember, he in recruiting that's a big part of it that you kinda stand out as opposed to other coaches, and or you wanna stay out for your your plan on the field and your team and all that but recruiting game you wanna stay in any way possible. Coach David ios with us here on other side of the Texas the day before the day of the big presser on December one the big rollout of union. Coach wells in the crew I was a little bit concerned because the wind was like it sixty miles per hour plus the day before and the day of in matter of fact, I believe you got replying down in jets. I was getting awfully concerned. How was that first impression? Oh, it was we landed. Actually when we landed. It was beautiful L really blue skies and no wind, and then they it was interesting. I I mean, I've heard about how you can get went out here and how that kind of occurs. I've worked with the guys at other places that played here and coached here and that in my time, especially at Washington state. So they always talk about stories of it. And we were standing on the tarmac kinda talk and visiting with different people. And all sudden, some said, hey, there comes the wind, and is like I've never actually had anybody pointed out that way and can look over you kind of see the see that like the follower the dust off into the distance and everything, you know, like, okay? This must be what they kind of talk about. And then we got on campus and they were couple spots. You turned on campus when we were walking around taking tore the place, and that it hits you it was pretty strong and everything and that, but no it was. It was interesting. But every every place has kinda it's it's thing. I mean my first day when I got the Utah snow twenty one inches and he's up the minus twenty two. And as like, okay, this is this is what she got when I got or again, I I didn't see the sun for three months after I got there in January in that was only reason nice all the sons 'cause I went back to Pullman to see my family. So every place is kinda got their thing. And it's part of part of being there. But it's kind of part of the the special of the place, you're at Domi, we like to talk about the place that we're at here. Appreciate that. The past couple of months have kiddos coach. Got three three. I got a twelve year old daughter ten-year-old son, eight year old son. Okay. And one of the past couple of months been like for the use household. Well, it's a right now. It's a lot of house showings, trying to sell a house, and it was there's excitement. Most of the time a high percentage time excitement about moving to Lubbock and coming down here and be part of the Texas Tech family. And then every now, and then they realize that their friends aren't moving with them or not all their friends are decent amount Rb because our staff and their friends with a lot of the other kids in the staff, we have a lot of kids on the staff there in the same age groups, so that's that's positive but not not everybody in Logan, Utah moving here with us. So they kinda remember that this guy or this girl is not gonna be in their classes any more than that. Then you know, that's all part of moving around in that and doing doing that is hard on the kids or family and everything, but it's amazing how resilient they are. And all three of my kids are into sports basketball. Soccer boys, play baseball last year daughter was to get back into volleyball. She's done tennis. He's. Done all kinds of things. So it's amazing. How many friends they make really quick when you put them on a sports team? And all that. So that's always been a real positive real helps in the transition. Tell me some west Texas Lubbock observations corks customs traits eve noticed things you've kinda scratch your head about and things you've enjoyed. Well, it's just I mean, you get here. And you were the first thing they talk about is Lavi. It's kind of a I mean, it's it's really a big. It's a city. It's not a it's not a we wouldn't call it. A college town. I've been in college towns. And now, I think it's college town as far as how it supports how we're kind of the the big game in town that way, but it's a there's everything here that what anybody says, well, you can get anywhere loving in twenty minutes. And I mean, I've heard that other places you kinda hear that about. But I've I've done it. I'm we're in the process of buying a house down south and the kind of the Cooper school district area. And it takes me about nineteen minutes to drive from my house to get on campus. And I've gets the airport. Don't take it out long. But I mean, head out to any of the high schools and out the friendship. It's about a twenty minute drive from campus you had to this way. So that kinda that holds true, and it's kind of a neat deal. And I've done it at five five thirty in the afternoon. I've done it at six AM in the morning. Always seems like it's about the same time. So it's not a lot of traffic issues, which is is nice. I've been I've been places where they have been been places where recruiting where it's really bad with your big parking lot in America in California some days so that, but the the how hospitable and how kind of open the everybody who love it gives especially the fans about this oh passionate about their program about the about the school about the sports teams. And how excited they are that were here to kind of try to get things going the way and make them proud of their their football team. And that any and all the in somebody the other sports right now kinda really hitting it. I mean from I mean basketball they're run last year they made and kinda issue be a consistent top twenty five team. And in that tour baseball team being nationally ranked to our track team, be nationally ranked? I I heard last night that event how are. Volleyball team it's best season in the last seventeen years and all that. So so many things are going in the right direction. That's what we wanted to football team. Just get it. Get going the right direction to give everybody something to be really excited and proud of and get behind and that way, but just the people here have been so nice and genuine, and they come up, and they they say hi glad that were were here in just want us to be successful. And all that. And it's it comes across very very personal. And makes you feel kind of welcomed in in that way. So that's been a lot of fun. But I think that's kind of the hospitality out here. West Texas coach, what do you drive? Right now, I'm I have a Jeep Wrangler for door of big old white Jeep that I've added it's it's my little toy there. The Jeep was when I've got big tires on it big kevlar tires. Got new rims. Got put a little different stick grown a change the bumpers redid the inside couple times, new different headlights all the different lights. I the the GPS or the most excess rival go out there. And I've I've tried to do as much as I came to it. So. Down in the summer driver. I attempt to do that whenever I can my I like it down. My family cutting goes with the ideas of their hair blows the sons too hot. Sometimes I'm like, okay. I take the front off and kind of the back on they can all sit in the back. Yeah. Well, I tell you I'm I'm moved away for a decade back in two thousand two then moved back, and I tell you what really took me by surprise is to reenter Lubbock was that the streets are like runways with stripes on them straight squares seven lane roads on the on the main roads, especially inside the loop. And the other thing I had to get used to was the loom in how sometimes you exit. I in sometimes you inter-, I. Yeah. And it's a interesting, then just the whole thing about the Texas. And this is something that you you don't find other places the outer road or the kind of the side road. That's always a long then the front row the interstate the frontage roads, that's that's not everywhere in the United States. And they've been I got here. And I'd seen it because I I've been down in Texas decent amount recruiting overtime beat Missouri. And when I was in Oregon I recruited down here, and we did a little bit of Utah state. But some of our coaches are like what is this is the this is like the outer road, you can take this and jump on and off the interstate in the loop kind of a lot of spots. No like oh. Then the like the instant turnaround, the low u-turn deals where if you take the most inside you can loop to get to the other side says the lights, but it's just very well laid out that so you can get around easy. And there was a plan to it. We've. Got a lot of space out here in late him. So instead of being all scrunched together, we kinda spread things out and let it, but you have some room to move around. So if David ios walks into a bar when gonna buy you. Probably a diet coke is pretty much strong as I get. Yeah. I'm a dyke of guy drink about two three liters a day. No. That's not good for me. But I keep moving. Yeah. Okay. So not the red bull. Not not the whole remnant. No, I'm I've never had. I've never had a red bull or wanted to kick starters Reno's things and other people have that's great. I just I've always been a kind of been a diet coke guy since about two thousand five and I I drink it pretty hard. Yeah. I do as well. My friend, except I'm not making that with a little bit of Jack at the bar. What are we going to call your offense? We're gonna score say we Joost did you or what are we gonna say here? Just. Let you guys take care of that. We're just the Texas Tech offense. That's a red raider offense. Kinda my my thing. I've heard a lot of other people's observations of it and whenever kinda sticks. Whatever the media goes with at probably what it is. In the great northwest. What do they call your offenses? Give us building blocks. Utah state. They didn't really owner than just kind of the Aggie offense. And then at Missouri when I was coordinated it was just a really zoos zoo often expect when we didn't like you, David ios and Missouri. I I understand I did like Texas Tech. No neither. That was that was a mutual just like, but no, I mean, we're spread where the spread option. I mean, we got the got parts of the air raid in are in or passing game. We've up parts of the kind of the triple or spread option attack of kinda do Oregon stuff that way and spread from Missouri. And kind of how we spend to feel vertically or horizontal cost field. So, nope. It's a a lot of speed you were speed tempo team so speed and trying to create space. So it's gonna be fast. We are. That's if if the NC double A said, we're gonna give you fifteen seconds on the clock. Would you be on with that? Yep. We should have it off down things that we do every time. So he threw a slow ball every once in a while. But what what do you expect in Tempa was from snap to snap? How many seconds? Well, it's it kind of varies. What happens on the play? And just by doing this as long as we have their certain things certain times, we go and we've snapped at his highest thirty four on the clocks six seconds after the previous play and that, but normally were almost always almost always about twenty six when we're going we're in we're in our tempo. Normally, it's close and repre- consistent twenty eight. But I mean about half of our snaps last year when we were in our true temple mode where thirty or above on the we we crank it up a little bit. Do that at starts the kids. Do I mean, that's the base learning part woman to do at the beginning of spring is getting the the kids understand how you take advantage of. The temple would who. Do you flip the ball to after the play? How does the the line? How do, you know eating flip referee to guess, you slip into you flip to and in you flip into the referee inside the Heche to the guys out by the numbers? All they do is catch him to somebody else or they don't catch it because they're marking your spot there. The guys at Mark. The Mark the sides. Don't flip them to ball flip it inside. And then the center kind of sets the tone, and he hustled up and gets to a kind of a position he knows it in and they will get to the point the center actually hasn't feed set before the ball is set out. And and we've we've actually co-star guys before flipping to the center if he is there because he'll get the right spot and kinda hand to the official it gets there. And then we can go as fast as they allow us. The guys are telling me, David ios here on other side of Texas telling me Carrollton, Ohio thirty two hundred people is. A rural place or some very rural. Hopefully, then in Texas where Friday nights are blinding out here on the planes that help you go in and understand heaven initial culture the town in what what the guys are going to be like. Yeah. Thank you. I'm in my area. I'm pretty areas. Actually, I'm assigned to I've got west Texas. So I mean, there's a lot of the stuff that reminds me of kind of grown up there. I mean football is really really important. I mean, it was funny night was the town's pretty much shut down the game. And that's how kind of went and the now the state of Texas. It's it's a level of on every other state and. Never been out of the state won't understand. But it's I mean when you want to go see a high school coach at a school you stop by the school. You only go to the field house. There is really what you do. Go. The field house news football coach most other states, you go to human the best schools in the state, you go to the school and you to office, and they see if you've done with biology classes, he got a history class or teams available because this is his prep period. Is that and how the the state kind of useful ball? And makes it a makes a big deal that makes it important and the facilities and the effort they put into making football special goes, a long way, I think it twice so important. Why so good that why there's so many football players. Hey, I wanna leave you with this. Tell me you spend some time with coach Leach coach leeches thought well of by large out here in the listening audience. What's your best, Mike Leach story? What's what's your go-to story with coach Leach? Oh, they were so many. But probably the just in how getting with him he kinda lives in a different world. So we were including a quarterback in Florida, and it was early part of January, right? When we got back on the road, and he flew in from key west to meet me that night. He was flying like the night before I was finding before by funding from Pullman Washington years flying from key west where he'd been since our bogeying that in I and I sent him attacks. I've got the rental cars and said, hey, you the rental car 'cause he had landed before text me back said, no, I'm in south beach with some friends having dinner. That's okay. And we talked about what time we're going to beat up tomorrow and kinda go see the are recruit at the school. When he go to house at night for dinner. And then the next so he said, he's good. I I had the hotels in a bed next morning. Get up. We I schools in the morning, some of the schools recruits that come pick them up the hotel. And I said anyhow everything go last night. He goes and was always good. I was down at south beach. I've done with friend of mine Peterberg, you know, that director, and this is starting to the director of headlights he came on in USC game. And I'm not going out number jokes. He's doing to do show for HBO and that down here. I guess about like, sports engines or something I was like, oh, this is before it out or even. I knew anything about it. And I said, okay, Jay, we had dinner with the I think it is names the rock and then Ray Lewis, and he goes gray Lewis and Mike Ditka. So he was having dinner with Peter birds. They nominal director the rock as big a star in the plan. Is there is Ray Lewis might did. And I'm thinking I was eating Combo's in my room last night. Got the airport. But and that's what he means and to him that was no big deal. And it's just well, this is that's things. No. That's just what he does. So no, he he's very he is very intelligent smart guy. He looks at football through kind kinda different a different lens, which I think really helped me in my three years with him kind of seeing that way, I asked two questions and and buy more not a little bit of questions, but we we used to sit in the dry sunny every night after practice, and after we watch video for about thirty minutes, and and talk and just kinda I just ask questions, and we kinda talked about football or how he put all this together. Why we do it this way or why we do that? And those things it was a really educational tongue for gave me a lot of different perspective after being seventeen with Gary Pinkel. Who kind of my mental the guy that I had most of what I do. Also, he kinda give me a really different view football health things can work. Well, coach she's been so gracious with your time to come here. And join us know a lot of people are getting those big envelopes in the mail like we are for our eight season tickets to a lot of people are renewing because they're excited in think you're part of that excitement for sure appreciate you making time coach. Well, thank you anytime anytime back to be on let us know to love kinda talking to Sharon. And and everything, but we're so excited to be here and just want to get on the football field and to put this to put this all together and get things rolling the direction. We know it could go. Yeah. For sure I'm what she just start making notes of your west, Texas observations in fill free to come on the show anytime and share with us, so certainly been very much appreciated coach. Thank you. Bye. There. He is David Joost new offense accord Nader legend in the making glad to have them on. We're gonna go to a quick break in don't change that Dow because we got some region gate update coming up with Sarah, self war, brick of the Lubbock avalanche journal coming up right here after this break sick with us right here on the other side of Texas. Overtake. Then she'll off your bone got. D'you so many made you sail. Search for something steel care about. The phone lines going off while we're interviewing David Joost, not alive interview. So wasn't able to break in and get you guys on air. Appreciate you being willing to ask the coach questions can always text the questions in as always on the program. Those six seven four five fifty eight hundred. What does he make of the recruiting class is question that Greg had to ask? And again, he was not live. So I couldn't ask them about it. I think tech landed like number sixty five amid sixties there on the recruiting charts. I don't I don't know. I I won't speak for him. I don't I don't know how he felt about that. But I do know that coming up. We've got Sarah self war brick of the Lubbock avalanche journal. Always glad to have Sarah SIL for brick on the program gonna cover a little bit of region gate and Sarah. How are you? I'm here. Well, how are you? Where have you back on? Spiritually the region gate music because we're trying to work towards a resolution, at least that's wonder standing tell me what's going on here while it has been one thing after another this week per every week has six months seems we counsel for regular dykes this week asked for a global accord money court mandated Bogle mediation meeting so far everyone has opposed to it. But it's going they're working on. Last check. It was Ford credit Bill states Toyota, first, Bank and trust. Pointed that those were yesterday's. Those are the big ones right now. But basically everyone's objection is that, you know, so in this global mediation meeting it would be all of the key creditors. Dozens of people coming together to me with the Rieger dykes council, and everyone's objection is basically that everyone's problems are two different to get this done and just one fail swoop of a meeting or they think Ford called it a shotgun approach. So yeah, we'll see what happens. There was a court hearing yesterday to try to figure out what to do next during that record is councils that that they are talking with Ford and trying to get them become around to have this meeting. But we'll see they ended up putting it off until next Thursday for sure. Okay. So where does that leave us now that leaves us wait a bunch of mall developments this week that didn't turn out too much? So I think another key thing about this. Global mediation is that in the filing requesting it it says that Mark McDougal is in will attend this meeting at least as we talked about last week Marcus said that he is out but kinda go in a little back and forth on that though. That was a key development for this local mediation meeting as well. Would leave ac- playing the snow? He could defuse the whole situation or. Well, we'll see I mean, really reorganzation plan. That was proposed initially November finally filed in January doesn't really work without Mark McDougal and his capitals more than anything. And so having him back in the mix to hopefully work toward this global mediation in a successful exit from the chapter eleven bankruptcies is really crucial so Goodstein for your dykes that he that Mark is willing to come back, and at least talk, but again at this point, it seems like everybody's kinda fed up all of the creditors. I wanna talk a little bit about the customers. I've spoken with in the past two weeks as well. But I mean, that's kind of the same right now is, you know, we're six months into this, and everyone is just frustrated kinda fed up with everything to believe that Saudi six months. So you're telling me. So here we are in. I do believe that six months ago. We were speaking about this. And we said that you can expect this roll out to a year two years area. Yeah. I mean, we still we have their own that for. Yeah. We have court date still set for next year in twenty twenty. We'll see if it actually goes through. So other small updates this week in the civil case of Ford credit versus Rick dykes in Bart Rieger, the judge Sam Cummings came back today to say that he was going to consider a summary judgment. Which would mean that we don't go to court at all in that though, basically council for dykes raiders said that this. There was still too many unanswered questions. They didn't feel like a summary. Judgment would be very fair. These not at this point and coming agreed and said that he would consider. Moving forward with that summary judgment. So that's a pretty big update as well. What does that mean? Exactly. But part well that the summary judgment wouldn't necessarily stand. I'm. That's a good question. I mean, I think they the big thing is if we moved his memory judgment that takes out a lot of the discovery period trying to get all these facts straight. So again, we're six months in. There's still so many unanswered questions about what exactly happened to get rid ice in this situation. And so I think that would be one of the major effects that we see if we end up going with that summary judgment versus a full trial next year. So there are on going talks between Martin McDougal and his group. Yeah. Between Ford in him right now what what is the desired outcome there? On he's in marker elsewhere on the mcdouga- win. I think I think all of them. I mean. Yeah. Having your dykes exit the bankruptcy and become a viable positive part of the community. Not just in lobby, but these small towns that boss the law when you know, the carpets. Back in those small towns. Well, okay. That's a great point. But I mean, I think the motive here is that they're still some potential here. And in theory, it would be good for these communities to get this back. But again, I mean, I think everyone's just fed up and with where we're at in this situation right now. So I don't know let me ask you this though, Sarah who is going to who's going to buy car from there. Now, we do know in the proposed rebranding of the McDougal dykes viewing group. They would not be called the McDougals dykes viewing group. One thing. I saw suggested changing all the dealerships to spike dykes. That's why the Ford dealership Memisa is known as I don't know about that. But that's a great question. I I don't know if it's you know, too little too late, or, but, you know, also something that's an interesting that I've kind of been following. I get like a monthly report of where car sales or at for the month and only have data through November right now. But so far, I mean, this hasn't affected total car sales in Lubbock my theory. I mean, if you're gonna buy car, you're gonna buy a car, it doesn't really matter where it's coming from. If you're in the market, then you're gonna go to who has your car, you know? And so I don't know really. Really gone down or up. No, they've been virtually unchanged than bigger dikes falls filed for bankruptcy on August. I certainly they have changed at rigor dykes entities. Of course, you know. We know that they have been selling cars at auction thing like things like that generates revenue, but I mean, I haven't talked to heard from a single person who's bought since the bankruptcies I've talked with a lot of people who bought beforehand though, I had a story lacks one day. Yes. Thank you talking to customers who are still tied up in this. You know, we're six months in a lot of people are still making two car payments because what they traded in with never paid off. There's still driving around with paper tags because they can't get the full ones because all their paperwork, non orders. So at the last official update we were given in court regular ice council said that forty one percent of tax, title and license problems had been resolved in eighteen percent of trailing balances had been cleared up that was on January nights over a month ago now, but either way that leaves about eight hundred customers dealing with. Dumb kind of problem still. So I spoke with you last week who I mean, again, the general consensus is that. Everyone's just frustrated. It's a lot of these customers, especially they feel like, you know, the focus has been on the drama, and what's going to happen with Ford and things like that. When they're real people out there. You know, you were looking for second jobs and doing what they can to make in this huge financial burden doesn't affect them any longer than it has to dome. Yeah. I think that's been something that really stuck with me this week. I spoke with four or five people for my story that Rian last Sunday. And then people have contacted me sense with just really unfortunate stories that, you know, they're, you know, having to get paper tags every month. I spoke with one woman who paid cash for her car of the issues that I've heard of that had been resolved. Those resolutions came because of the banks that had winded customers money not necessarily anywhere else. So so these people that pay cash for vehicle, I mean, I I fortunately had to tell her I didn't know what kind of resolution could happen in a timely manner for hers. So I don't know. It's just, you know, again, we're over six months in and this is still a complicated, jigsaw puzzle. As one court filings said this week, sir. So Forber with the latest avalanche journal. I'll get this question lot from folks who expect me to know in. Unfortunately, I don't know who are worried that they have bad leases leases bed vins bed this bed that what would be your recommendation, the people who are concerned about their leases who are about to expire leases that they got from rigor dykes who should they act and well. That's person. I can tell them to contact your dykes from the customers, I've talked to that may not be the most productive or helpful. But that's really the only advice I have or maybe that's a whole other situation. Maybe the Lubbock DA's office or I mean, we're would they go. Absolutely. I mean, that's the angle they wanna pursue. They could. But I would start with the restructuring folks who are over at the regular dykes headquarters right now and then go from there. Yeah. That's a whole thing is a whole other mess of an issue in this. When else should we know as we get off with the latest? I think that's most of it for this other said, we had a lot of kind of minor updates that really didn't amount to a whole lot. A lot of pushing off moving things to later dates which is kind of what we've seen throughout this whole case. We do have it pretty Abend full court hearing coming up on February. Twentieth. That's also when they proposed logo mediation meeting. That's what they would like for it to happen. So should have some pretty significant developments? Hopefully in the next week. She is Sarah so four brick logo cab Lynch journal, we appreciate you making time giving us the latest in rigor dykes rigor gates as we like to call it around these ports. Absolutely. Will kick you off with a little bit of regular game drama music, Sarah, self Warburg. She is at Sarah from the AJ there on Twitter. Thank you, Sarah. All right. Thanks have a good. We got us will. Keagan get off with Sarah end in our our buddy Daniel the digital millennial. Guru guess where he is didn't take you long. He's in California. He's going to check in with us. Here is we close out the programs cry with his Danial chime in the on the western coast time their coastal. Where he's most comfortable Daniel the digital millennial. Guru Pete right back with you here after the break. Never. Brought to you. Quick Daniel the digital millennial guru out on the west coast and gonna get him with him here. Shortly sub next week for you. We've got on Monday, our friend Matt dough trae Lubbock avalanche journal in the come in talk about all things Lubbock and the surrounding area. Also Curtis parish. You may have heard the story that the controller came back not the comptroller, but the controller came back and said, hey. You can only get twenty four million dollars off a hotel occupancy taxes, and that's a little bit short of what is widely speculated to be the aim of fifty million dollars as not to say that there can't be more private money raised, but that becoming a big story will get Curtis parish the county judge of Lubbock in to talk about what that means four the expo center going forward here on the program and that'd be on Monday. And then on Tuesday are in Chris Patty out of east, Texas. It's good to see every once in a while some actual rural legislation put together things that don't just like we're gonna just chip way and help our rural schools or you'll help us survive. But then there's legisla. That helps rural regions thrive and Chris Patty has good Bill up room talk to him on Tuesday as well. But first we went again get in quickly with our friend. Daniel the digital millennial guru out on the west coast. Daniel are you? Okay. Have you smoked anything? Do we need to send somebody for you? Okay. So. Things are good. You know, this ribs smoking out here ribs, San Francisco. Oh, I'm in LA. Oh, okay. This junk on. Seems questionable. Yeah. Does it beep? Have your Aiden any barbecue out there? They got wings stuff. Okay. What do you out there? Out here. Yeah. Well, Stobbe was on a jazz album and heard of them was nominated for a Grammy. Your wife was nominated for Grammy. So yes, this just gives you an excuse to go out to the homeland. It does still like that. They didn't have a ticket. I'm not cool enough. I'm literally he went out there Dom. Yeah. Where are the Grammy's? It's it's in LA. No on Sunday on Sunday. So you're out there. Just doing your own thing. You run lime scooters or birds or what are you writing? They have things out here. What? And it's really dangerous. Yeah. This is I'm driving the Jeep. It's not a pedestrian friendly brace. It's huge. Like, I thought I was going to go to this park ended up being like a two hour drive. Like just clones the city forever, man. You've got to discover between now and Sunday. Yeah. Good. She in here. Log on Tuesday or Wednesday to talk about your experience there on the west coast. I don't man I'd be excited about that. I think might this chance to see Sava guys. Tune in Taylor texting who is Daniel the digital millennium. Guru. He is the guy who makes if you listen to show on the podcasts and many of you listen on the weekends. And otherwise, he's the guy who puts it up on the Bod cast does all the things. I don't understand what's up the funny things on social media. They're on our Facebook page other side at Texans and at a west TA show on Twitter. Hey, listen. I want you to be safe don't killing. Don't get in bam with strangers in. I want to get back here in to be okay. Don't join a band. No, just don't get in a van. I know. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. No. I'm good. I have my own call. I'm in right now has like a million crystals in it. What kind of criticize crystals, man, the healing kind? He point see this clicks. I'm what like holding out pointing at my third eye shock like six my Atika. That's what they're saying. Okay. You still smoking don't smoke gleese. I love this place. Man. I do want you to come home. Okay. Yeah. Okay. There tuesday. All right, buddy. Braschi eight you have on the west coast. Okay. Talk to you later. Some millennial manners there. Daniel the digital millennial. Guru. Hey gonna get off on Monday, the whole new weakest we approach grams here. No, I'm not going to respond to those techs. A whole new slate of programs in giving you the inside in from information on what's going on gonna get home. Gotta get home. My wife's out of town this weekend. So you know, that I've got a great family in just barely above average Jenner to get home to tonight tomorrow night Sunday night and Monday night appreciates listen to the program and tune in in telling your friends that you hang out here on the other side of Texas until next time. Jay, west, Texas, Leeson will get you next episode right here on the other side of tex-. Two. The cast. You just heard was made using anchor ever thought about making your own podcast anchor makes it really easy for anyone to get started. It's a one stop shop for recording hosting and distributing fat gas. Best of all, it's one hundred percent free. Sign up now at anchor dot FM slash new. That's anchor dot F M slash new to get started.
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