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"dwayne dixon" Discussed on KTRH

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10:43 min | Last week

"dwayne dixon" Discussed on KTRH

"My co host David Blackman. We have a great show lined up for today will be joined by Dwayne Dixon rights Chernin of US oil. Jack and the chemical sector for Deloitte. The first we have breaking news from parents and their company's spokesperson, Blind Elliot First, I'd like to tell you about our latest issue of Shell magazine. Our cover is my coward. Theo powered energy we were able to catch up with Mike discussed his leadership vision strategy. And, of course, is handling the Kobe 19 house and his company responded and much, much more in this article. It's an article that you don't want to miss. You want to read it in its entirety. Please feel free to visit shale as a jew dot com once again that shale as H A L E. Energy dot com. Hey, we also want to double check and make sure that you have our upcoming event in Corpus Christi on your calendar because it will be a sold out event Show magazine along with his partner, the Porter quote Kristin. I'll be hosting its annual state of energy on September 20 seconds in beautiful corporate quickly practical It's the luncheon arc. You notice my powers powered energy. We will also have Congressman Cloud speaking to us well, is Sean Strawbridge know of the port of Corpus Christi. Works and CEO of Oklahoma Association. A hardened far he was from the embassy of Saudi Arabia on often effect. Don't wait to get your tickets. Sign up now by going through shale nag dot com and clicking on the banner ad. A fate of energy. Get your tickets now as this will be sold out. It'll be a good time to bring on or get that talk today. Brian Elliott here technical sales regional manager for Flying Welcome in or Patrick Bishop. Thank you Can't good morning. Good morning. You caught her attention because typically only down You see a lot of sportsmanship, Gentlemen ship a little competitive, but not to the point of a person. If you guys believe in which you guys struggled a little complication as an opposition. A few dealers not happening to begin a 2020 and so long would like you to tell me about this acquisition. They had a deal with you guys, a lot of working capital to the tune of 229. And you guys were supposed to Couldn't much good about it. And then, of course facilities and signing statements. But also you guys with the bill be the sole provider. Of this product one and then there is kind of took a little turn. So look the start with that. What did you guys divorced, fired, warning to manufacture the product from start off on a good tradition. Sure, Yeah. I mean, you know if you look at two narrative track record over the past decade or so, we've made a few acquisitions. They have still product line and the school facilities in the U. S was kind of the latest in a long line of of acquisitions and trying to strengthen our Our manufacturing capacity and our supply chain, particularly in the U. S. So with that acquisition, and we've got a number of hips go facilities kind of scattered around the United States. Obviously, the employees that That went with that The resource is the equipment. And then also Connection portfolio. And so it's go with the very strong competitor of ours in the United States, they had AH strong market share. And so in or in addition to kind of strengthening our capacity and our industrial footprint in the US, we were also to eliminate a little bit of competition by absorbing that connection portfolio. But it is what typically, most companies want to do is go that market here after the acquisition started relatively quickly. You guys start honey. How did it unfold? That there was Problem with the merger. Yeah, so it's go started litigation against, um that I in 2019 prior to our acquisition closing, which occurred in late December. So one hip still was under the Maris umbrella. Then we continued the litigation against Chai in order to protect our intellectual property and our connection portfolios talk about how it is. Intension development operations. You know that you're able to protect number one how important they are to the operation of the All India industry in general. And you know the party line, actually consulting business billions. And then how important it is to the company be able to kind of intellectual property. No Papa used By others. Sure, Yeah. I mean, it's critically important that we protect our our know how our intellectual property you know, we spent upwards of $400 million in research and development the last five years. A significant portion of that goes to developing new connection technology. You material grades, testing that technology rights so that we we supply proven and validated technology to our customers. And casing and tubing is a critical part of well. Architecture. ER, um You know, most operators refer to it as well Construction material, and you know that's their defense against any kind of well control issue. So that connection technology has got to be well researched, well developed validated testes. Trialed and then deployed your customer base. And so you know, we have PhDs, um, working on the technology. We've got several rd cleaners around the world. Like I said, there's a significant Portion of of Investment dollars to go toward that technology every year. Andre also because we make such a large investment in time resource is money personnel. We need to protect that. And you know, In this case there was a licensee who breached the contract. They breached our trust. You know, they took confidential information and then use that kind of reverse engineer their own product line. And so that's why it was so diligent and pursuing that. To the end and will continue to do that. Well, you have received now permanent injunction from US Magistrate Judge Is there any indication that this decision is going to be appealed, Father? Know all the particulars of the legal proceedings. I don't know that that's going to be the case as far as I know that a permanent injunction I don't think it can be appealed because it's a settlement. I think it is moving on for their part, and I think we're doing this thing. Good working. I just wonder, half yearly seeing a few companies that Baby hold up to their moral and of the deal if you will. But then another one mention which companies that we have seen over the years. Some of them actually end up in jail. I I'm not sure this level or not. The reason why it caught my eye because we are in a market kind. Where Morgan acquisitions see them happening over and over and over and I guess it's kind of cover. This is not very polite when you want to go if you accept an offer and sell here is obviously a leading global supplier. Plan to standby legally. What? We've agreed here and holding accountable any final closing on plans on believe it will be a final. How do you recover from this? Cos you couldn't shocking that you have to go to the trouble. Yeah, I mean, like I said, we're going to do what we need to do to protect our technology. As you said, we're a global company, so we're not just pursuing these types of issues in the United States but in Latin America. Africa and the Middle East, Southeast Asia Europe, You know, we've we've got a team dedicated. We've got AH legal team dedicated. We've got AA group that that looks into our intellectual property and our patents and ensuring that we protect ourselves. To the extent possible. And, you know, way came out of this with what we needed right? Our connect. Our technology's been professional way were granted the permanent injunction. We were granted. A sum of money is part of the settlement and You know we're going to continue pursuing these were constantly trying to upgrade our connection portfolio. Keep it relevant for the challenges in the drawing environment that we face. There's been a lot of changes in technology and, well the time in the past 10 years because his Shales I imagine those things we're going to continue to evolve and develop and change and and well Evolve and change right along with toes and as As we develop new technology, then we also it's incumbent upon us to protect that technology through patents. Um You know good contractual requirements with strong and trustworthy suppliers. And, yeah, I think we have a very bright future in that in the United States. Well, Brian. Thank you for what you catch up with you today talking about Greg Paddy enduring? Of course, I want to leave our little obvious mergers and acquisitions occurring. Follow the agreement. Julie important and I'm glad that the seller company, one of the great reputation was able to come out..

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"dwayne dixon" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:55 min | 8 months ago

"dwayne dixon" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Welcome back pushing on forty five and so we actually that someone very special collar. I think you'll recognize them. Frisco before about I just wanted to get to the chat room here chat shoutouts Stephen Beast wants snow. Is that the daily Storm Guy. So I mean he's got to be on some pretty hardcore hallucinogen he's got to be on whatever angle and staking mistake you for angle and Bo. You know both of your bald. But he's not the daily stormer guy. Chris Cantwell a shout out to the guy who's like this sneakers. Anglin wearing wearing red new balance with a with a de of a pillow van. A May body pillow actually someone else but anyways we'll get into bed and do time show what up to shout out to Shay gingerbread given that horrific white supremacist okay. Symbol Stephen B.'s. Once again my prediction is a bunch of people will come to peacefully. Protest the FEDS feds will show up undercover and start shit. That's for these referring. During to the Richmond event is right by the way. Stay away from that Bang if you've ever listened to another thing. I don't go anywhere near that thing cheese. You're going to get all these libertarians. Who Hate you to show up now? Because we're GONNA WANNA do the opposite of what you say but anyway sounds fine as a matter of fact. Let me just rephrase that. Every left libertarian in the country. Get your ass to Richmond Richmond Virginia on Monday and make sure there with open carrying and in civil disobedience of Ralph North thing if you're right of Elizabeth Warren don't go anywhere near that thing and you know a practice algorithmic fair. I bring all your math your garage sell some drugs and say you know what we need not only do. We need to keep our guns. We need to end in this war on drugs. It you stop trying to take our fun away and for war on child porn. Yeah and the war on child get that t shirt on there. You go down there to Richmond. Virginia you say I don't believe in age of consent laws and you'll fuck you take my gun when you take my heroine which is over my dead body so we we have. We have a we. Have you might recognize fiscal we have mouth breathing Dullard on the line. Either don't do this to me again. You son of a bitch do you. They're we're all he he he knows how to get to me. Oh well you know what you do at callers. We'll get to hang up on you say like no okay. So this is James is James from Arizona China and he after a period of not calling in. Actually you know this guy you WanNa get some. If you think you're hardcore James Friend judge and prosecutor on free. Talk live a few weeks weeks ago so anyway so this is how he gets to me he calls in. I reluctantly go to his call. He stays silent and that's how he wins. Because that's an I could call me a degenerate pothead loser and tell the truth on the air but just by wasting my time is what ghosts would refer to as a helen. Keller deaf-mute idiot off my fucking calling me a loser. Vincent Freeman Stephan from Ohio. Welcome anyways okay. So six three two eight three six hundred sixty or disc dot L. DOT FM to join in on the on air call in lines. We'll be taking calls say next next segment. I WANNA to get through some of this discussion here with We have radical agenda. Chris Cantwell so I know you said you're unable to talk about the The civil civil case but is this the same one. That's involving Jason Kessler. Mikey off the well actually longer defendant. He was dismissed from the thing. Okay but the the name of the cases Signs Kessler. I can talk about the civil suit. There are individuals who are not party to the suit but are very much part of the conspiracy that I- allege that I cannot talk about on the radio. Okay so I if I don't name names if I always say like you know or like I can't even do like they've said I can't even talk about like their demographics. It's insane but you know basically I mean th th the long and short of it is people fucking people people set up. The whole thing was the whole thing. was they plan this from the beginning and they have alleged of us precisely what they did. It's like it's completely nuts and what has happened since then. Is that if if you get sued if people have never been sued before I hope you never have to go through this people who happens to you know what I'm talking about but even you didn't go through it as bad as we do. It's a process. It's called Discovery Right. People get people who understand the law from the perspective criminal justice system. They think they have a right to be free from unreasonable. Search and seizure. They think they have a right not to to be a witness against themselves. Should not have any of that shit in civil court. Somebody comes in alleges that you did something. And if it survives the motion to dismiss than they can ask you any question under any question they want but like they could ask you questions under oath if you if you lie you're committing a felony if you they can demand and your records they demand your communications. They demand your financial records. And all this stuff right well we know that this lawsuit has no legitimacy. The people who are suing us like the lawyers lawyers and stuff these people like connected to the Obama Administration and stuff these are Democrat power people and so they come after us and they start demanding access to emails and phone records records finance records and stuff like this and understandably people are kind of hesitant to give them all of this stuff because they are not. They don't believe that they're going to find evidence of this Nazi conspiracy to kill a fat girl. They don't believe that okay. What they're looking for is information to use for other purposes? They WanNa tie the Republican Party right so I say give us all your emails about Charlottesville and if somebody goes in I don't know just as a random example. I'm definitely not. I have no reason to believe anybody but they find out that you were emailing Devin Nunes. That's about it and use it to destroy devin nunes right. That's the whole idea. They want to tie the Republican Party and and terrify and make other people terrified to be anywhere near us us. You know. That's the idea. And so the the trial is set for the October November in Charlottesville will not allow your part of your Upper upper court cases at. You're not allowed to go into states or we're GONNA make a special exemption I. I am not allowed to go to Virginia except for compulsory legal process so I have to be subpoenaed to go to Virginia. which will definitely happened? If there's a trial the court will will not say. Oh well sorry Mall Law County told you to stay the hell away from this place. I guess you're done with this Mr well now the federal court. We'll figure out a way to get me there for a trial but I can't like I can't go there to file a paper or whatever and what you stand to lose if they The plane of successful in the civil case. The thing is now first of all. I don't even and expect to get a verdict in their visit. Intelligence operations espionage okay. They don't expect to win. I don't think they're gonNA make it past summary Judgment. They were very lucky to make. It passed a motion to dismiss. And so what's but if they let's just say that everything they said was true. Well even at that like there's nobody damage the alleged that I caused anybody money right like like. They say that they're trying to hold me. Responsible can have James. They say that like because I participated in this conspiracy that I'm responsible for James Fields Killing Heather Heyer well like you know James Field in a car. Accident gets dwayne Dixon. Point right at them for one and by the way I never met changes. There's no evidence that he ever listened to my podcast. So like how what. What is my liability for the death of Heather Heyer and the answer zero? So what are you going to. What are you gonNA get Outta? Let me now. They're asked there are asking for untold. Millions of dollars right now if they got they got that judge like if if we went in there and five twelve eh best friends with the jurors you know and they were like yeah. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA do to this thing to reverse of what the Senate is going to do to Donald Trump's impeachment would then what's what would happen is that they would chase me until lives dead the the nature of what they've accused us of is that they say that. If you get in a car accident you cost somebody some money and you can't pay you can file bankruptcy and more or less get out of that debt. Okay if somebody alleges that you did something something like it like a premeditated militias illegal violence. You can't discharge that through bankruptcy. It's almost like a student loan so to speak right so these people would hound me until I was dead and if I had anything left over they take it from my estate. That's what would happen. Okay and is and if anything else you'd like to add a regarding at least Charlotte This this upcoming thing in Virginia in Richmond. But anything else you want to think is important to mention about Charlottesville. Do you want to ad. I don't know I wanNA rescue getting d platform by going on a racist rant. So let's just move okay all right so six zero three two eight three six hundred sixty or discord dot L. DOT.

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"dwayne dixon" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"dwayne dixon" Discussed on KTRH

"Oil. Patch radio show were being joined today. Our guest is Amy krona's with the Lloyd as well as a Dwayne Dixon. You all before the break. We were talking about Amy I asked you a question basically about what do we see with the demand? And you kinda said that we're on an uptick for energy being in demand all over can can we break that down just a little bit. But if you guys can kind of tell me where do you feel this energy demand? I I'm sure it's global, but where and in what ways are we going to see the biggest impacts. So I think obviously look at places where the markets are growing, we think of places such as China and India where population growth is very large, and we look for places where infrastructure is being built in and it is becoming a sort of more middle class rich. So that's sort of one area. Area that drives growth another area that drives growth is just sort of pent up demand, and that's a little bit. What we are seeing an end, especially with prices and inflation being pretty good at this point in a low there. There is going to probably be an uptake in in demand. Also, as we look at the energy transition, and we think about you know, electrification and some of those trends they're going to be important mostly in city centres at the beginning. And we're still going to see a fairly heavy reliance on fossil fuel based products to use for transportation and farming and so forth in the more rural areas. Interesting Amy how about fossil fuels when do you think they're gonna peak in demand? What are your thoughts on this area? Right. In addition to the continued growth from emerging economies that the Dwayne mentioned, you know, the twenty first century energy transition. It's moving the world towards cleaner low-carbon energy along with electric. Nation of mini-applications, including transportation, most people expect this to lead to a plateau, and then decline in the use of all fossil fuels coal oil and natural gas, depending on government policies towards carbon reduction and consumer acceptance of cleaner fuels, I think it's possible that peak demand fossil fuels will continue well beyond twenty thirty. So okay. I don't know. You would really believe that in reference to Maxine you're not I wouldn't say, but. Just perception wise, right? I everybody thinks we'll be off this in five years. Promptly traveling is probably not much will depend on whether rising energy demand. In emerging economies can be met by low-carbon nine fossil fuel is over the next twenty years or so excellent. You know, I was again surprised to see that even other countries. So Sarah week had a Aramco Saudi Aramco there and discussing low admission type of processes wealth for their think conventional wells out there. So it's kind of a good to see that. I think the whole planet is on board with how are we going to do this in a more efficient and cleaner way? And I think we're seeing some really good technology coming out trying to develop that. Well, interesting Dwayne. Let's talk a little bit about speculation. We're heading into a downturn, right? Or so we think we're heading that way. How? How important will this impact be to the oil and gas industry? So let's start by talking a little bit about what's going on in the economy at the moment. So prices at this point are up about one point five percent, which is relatively low. So we're we're not seeing a lot of inflation at this point the peak of inflation that we've seen in the sort of recent period was two point nine percent that happens sometime mid in two thousand eighteen. What we're also seeing is what's driving some of that lower. Inflation is is at the big decline in energy prices. So energy overall is down about five percent year over year in and gasoline fuels transportation fuels are down about nine point one percent vote those figures, but we start to look at that. And that starts to create a sense that you know, we we have lower inflation. So potentially we will see, you know, the government continue to keep interest rates low and keep the conditions. Pretty good. We've heard from most economists that the the type of downturn were probably expecting is seems to be more muted or more more mild. And I think if we look if we look at the sort of impact on oil and gas, we're gonna see. You know, the oil and gas industry sort of decline a little bit. If the economy is the decline because consumers really drive a fair amount of the overall volumes. You you bring up an interesting dilemma think about as far as where where are we going to go with the downward turning oil and gas, and I don't think we quite finished the complete question. So when we return from break, Dwayne Enid like to get back on the topic of how whaling.

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"dwayne dixon" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"dwayne dixon" Discussed on WRVA

"It is time for us to go live to Charlottesville, and the trial of the young man who drove his car into a group of protesters a little over a year ago and killed one of them is is ongoing and has been in process all week 'cause Spencer is Charlottesville. Journalists we've spoken to a number times that he has been monitoring the trial in the courtroom this week at Hawes. Glad to have you here. Bring us up to date on where things stand with the Toronto so far. Sure, john. Well, this trial was slated to go for three weeks. And we thought we would hear from mental health experts who might tell us something about James, Alex fields troubled, childhood, the loss of his father when he was unborn. Actually in a. An amazingly awful. Drunk driving wreck in which the father was left to die in the vehicle by a friend or so-called friend. But we didn't hear any of that. We instead heard self defense and judging from the looks on the faces of the spectators and the confidence exhibited by the prosecution. I I I should practices by saying. I I rarely issue. Predictions. But I think in this case it's not a question of whether he'll be found guilty, but how guilty he'll be found. So we're talking about James field. He's twenty one now. Right. That's right. He was twenty at the time of the incident. Okay. And so really a truly the the defense for this has all been about the allegation that somehow he felt threatened that that's why he got into the car into the protesters not that it was agitated pushing back on that idea. I think the prosecution was pretty clear that they thought that he showed up with the intention of doing something that would cause harm. Well, they actually were a little bit more restrained on that. They they talked about how premeditation doesn't need to be for a long period of time. It just needs to be I some carried of time and look the block the so-called blockbuster witness for the defense was the first one up yesterday morning. I watch him go into the courtroom and his name is Dwayne Dixon. He's a UNC assistant professor and self self-proclaimed redneck revolt number and what that means is. He's a member of a left wing militia despite the name redneck revolt. The group is dedicated to fighting racist and anti fascist, and he was he was in one of the little parks in downtown Charlottesville that fateful day. And after it was all over he bragged on Facebook and and later at a seminar at Harvard University that he had scared James fields away with his AR fifteen rifle and he testified yesterday morning. And reiterated that story. The prosecution was able to blow a couple of holes in it. One Dixon claimed that he had seen fields car. Swing by three times. Well, fields was carrying a cell phone and had Facebook turned on. And apparently there were you know, the phone tracked itself. And so the prosecution was able to pull out map coordinates showing where that car was basically at all times. And it only went by the place where. Professor Dixon was one time. And it didn't really match the time Dixon said. So. Was that? And Furthermore, there were all these witnesses who testified that there was no one around the car at the time. He drove into the people. So that. That's probably the element. Isn't it? The idea that if if someone was bashing in your windshield or standing on top of your car with a weapon of some kind then you might be able to come up with an appreciation for how someone could panic or make a deliberate decision. I'm getting outta here. And I don't care who's in front of the car. But that just does not seem to be a story that can be told with any veracity here. Well, we're going to find out in just a matter of hours. I think the jury is due back in at nine thirty this morning. They decided to get get their rest, get dinner and come back fresh and give this case some thoughtful consideration in the morning rather than trying to knock it out last night as they could have done. So the deliberations continue today, and the expectation is that very soon, we think we'll hear something problem. We think we think he's on trial for ten charges. First degree murder. Five counts of aggravated malicious wounding three counts of malicious wounding one for leaving the scene of an accident. Now, we're talking to Hawes Spencer, who's a journalist in Charlottesville has been in the courthouse throughout the week during this trial of the young man who ran his car into a bunch of protestors killing one of them in Charlottesville last year. Let me go on a tangent. With you were you banned from Facebook for from for some of your posts. That happened. What went down so a few days ago? The judge allowed an Instagram post to be introduced as evidence this is an Instagram post. The James Alex fields junior had posted three months prior to the rally in which he put up one of those Nimes images with words that arthritis to be making a joke. Sometimes a very dark joke in this case, it was extremely dark and grim, and it was an image of a car hurtling into pedestrians and people being thrown every which way I don't even know if it's a real photo or not. But here's the deal. I posted it next to the Pulitzer prize winning photograph taken by Ryan Kelly at the daily progress that sadly showed human being thrown up in the air and tossed like dolls, and it was they were the two eerily similar and. And somebody at Facebook must've gotten a report and deanship that violated community guidelines, and so I was banned from Facebook for twenty four hours. But after the media started writing about it Facebook, backtrack and said, we we realized Spencer is trying to cover things. And we realized that in this context, it's permitted. That was really interesting how the the journalistic aspect of this is getting sucked into the. The corporate judgment of Facebook as to what's what's allowed? And what's not what a mess that? We'll keep. There is open for a potential decision from the jury in Charlottesville, Spencer, journalists in Charlottesville, and the author of the book summer of hate all about the events last summer Charlottesville. Appreciate the update. Thanks. Thanks. John. Real store, George H W Bush still shut down the government real by. 'immigration Democrats divided shaky and often for update what's going on the world around you use radio W, R V A. If you woke up early this morning, and you thought man it is cold outside. And I know that the frost and the snow is coming, and you think it I'm not gonna spend one more day freezing. My butt off in the car. I've got a solution for you. Call audio express of Richmond. You would be surprised at how inexpensive and very valuable. 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"dwayne dixon" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"dwayne dixon" Discussed on WRVA

"I love and respect everyone. Whether I agree with them or not because we are all made in God's image lead. Teachers attorney this is a new issue in this country, and these administrators had just two words are added to their policies gender identity, and they decided on their own what does it mean to discriminate based on gender identity? Fleming has ten days to appeal Vida gearing up for Sunday snow for now NBC twelve dot com for gas. Megan wise, says the Richmond area is looking at two to four inches with higher. Totals to the south west. They're going to early Sunday morning could start to see a few snow showers, far far southern counties after the sun rises, but more likely mid to late morning. We'll start see some snow showers flying around and that'll continue afternoon and evening now. Models have shifted a little bit farther to the south. So our heaviest totals are going to remain to the south and back towards the southwest with a peak. Heaviest time being in the afternoon and evening that same weather system produced drenching rain in California, south Southwest Airlines. Seven thirty seven skidded off the runway in Burbank while landing and stop just short of a highway in his soft sandy material Mentha, stop plane's, overshoot the runway this woman passenger when we started skidding, and then he started breaking even more aggressively. And then he like. The fate of James fields in the hands of the jury insurance. Bill deliberations begin this morning. Jurors will have to decide what was in the mind of the twenty one year old Ohio man when he slammed his car into counter protesters killing Heather higher during the unite the right rally the prosecution calls it a premeditated attack while the defenses feels thought he was under attack those Simoni ended with the final witness. Josh Mathews being held in contempt because he originally didn't show up that push proceedings back a little bit prior to Matthews. The defense brought a counter protester to the stand. Dwayne Dixon was actually armed during the rally and in the time that has passed. It's been argued that he's spooked fields into driving off. However, a rebuttal. Police witness used Facebook location, data to counter that argument fields himself never testified that them line. Newsradio w our former president George H W Bush laid to rest next to his wife. Barbara following a memorial service in Houston. James Baker getting emotional as he talked about his good friend. We rejoice Mr. Preston. That you are safely tucked in now. And through the ages where God's loving arms around you. Glory. George have had our president. And as such a friend and a study estimates. The impact of Amazon's coming to Virginia will be more than fourteen billion dollars and bring in more than fifty nine thousand jobs, which is twice the number of direct jobs. The online retailer will fill and what is calling national landing in Arlington. Your next news at nine news on demand. Newsradio WNBA dot com. Andy doernen on Richmond's news, weather, and traffic station. Newsradio eleven forty W R and now ninety six point one FM and John. Could you do me a favor? Could you go up until the clock tower and fix the clock? It's always about ten minutes late up there in Maine. Not right. This morning. The last few weeks when I drive by. It's always ten minutes. So. So. Turkish or you know, what we're close to the ladder. I'll climb up there and fix it. Right now to go check that out. Thank you. The the heads up. Thank you. Eight thirty five and we're broadcasting live this morning from main street station, the big train shed two behind main street station. This time not up in the clock tower. But you know, maybe I do need to go up there and fix that for Andy and the other commuters on interstate ninety five I'm John Reid. And we're really glad you're with us here on Richmond's morning news, News Radio W, R V A on the seventh day of December two thousand eighteen it is Pearl Harbor day worth mentioning in case, you're interested in reliving that event we'll have coverage over the weekend of what takes place in Hawaii in.

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"dwayne dixon" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"dwayne dixon" Discussed on WRVA

"At Hawes. I'm glad to have you here. Bring us up to date on where things stand with the Toronto so far. Sure, john. Well, this trial was slated to go for three weeks. And we thought we would hear from mental health experts who might tell us something about James, Alex fields troubled, childhood, the loss of his father when he was unborn. Actually in a an amazingly awful. Drunk driving in which the father was left to die in the vehicle by a friend or so-called friend. But we didn't hear any of that. We instead heard self defense and judging from the looks on the faces of the spectators and the confidence exuded by the prosecution. I I I should practices by saying. I I rarely issue. Predictions. But I think in this case it's not a question of whether he'll be found guilty, but how guilty he'll be found. So we're talking about James field. He's twenty one now. Right. That's right. He was twenty at the time of the incident. Okay. And so really a truly the defense for this has all been about the allegation that somehow he felt threatened. That's why he got into the car into the protesters not that it was agitated pushing back on that idea. I think the prosecution was pretty clear that they thought that he showed up with the intention of doing something that would cause harm. Well, they actually were a little bit more restrained on that. They they talked about how premeditation doesn't need to be for a long period of time. It just needs to be some time. And look the block the so-called blockbuster witness for the defense was the first one up yesterday morning. I watched him go into the courtroom and his name is Dwayne Dixon. He's a UNC assistant professor and self-proclaimed redneck revolt number and what that means is. He's a member of a left wing militia despite the name redneck revolt. Then the group is dedicated to fighting racist and anti fascist, and he was he was in one of the little park in downtown Charlottesville that fateful day. And after it was all over he bragged on Facebook and later at a seminar at Harvard University, but he had scared James fields away with his AR fifteen rifle and he testified yesterday morning. And reiterated that story. The prosecution was able to blow a couple of holes in it. One. Dixon claimed that he had seen fields car. Swing by three times. Well, fields was carrying your cell phone and had Facebook turned on. And apparently there were. You know, the phone tracked itself. And so the prosecution was able to pull out map coordinates showing where that car was basically at all times. And it only went by the place where professor Dixon was one time. And it didn't really match the time, Dixon, Chad. So. Was that? And Furthermore, there all these witnesses who testified that there was no one around the car at the time. He drove into the people. So that that's probably the didn't it. The idea that if if someone was bashing in your windshield or standing on top of your car with a weapon of some kind then you might be able to come up with an appreciation for how someone could panic or make a deliberate decision. I'm getting outta here. And I don't care who's in front of the car. But that just does not seem to be a story that can be told with any veracity here. Well, we're gonna find out in just a matter of hours. I think that the jury is due back in at nine thirty this morning, they decided to get their rest get dinner and come back fresh and give this case some thoughtful consideration in the morning rather than trying to knock it out last night as they could have done. So the deliberations continue today, and the expectation is that very soon, we think we'll hear something problem. We think we think he's on trial for ten charges first degree murder. Five counts of aggravated malicious wounding three counts of malicious one for leaving the scene of an accident. Now, we're talking to Hawes Spencer, journalist and Charlottesville has been in the courthouse throughout the week during the trial of the young man who ran his car into a bunch of protestors killing one of them in Charlottesville last year. Let me go on a tangent. With you were you banned from Facebook for from for some of your posts. That happened. What what went down? So a few days ago. The judge allowed an Instagram post to be introduced as evidence this is an Instagram post. The James Alex fields junior had posted three months prior to the rally in which he put up one of those names. You know, those images with words that are supposed to be making a joke. Sometimes very dark joke in this case, it was extremely dark and grim, and it was an image of a car hurtling into pedestrians and people being thrown every which way I don't even know if it's a real photo or not. But here's the deal. I posted it next to the Pulitzer prize winning photograph taken by Ryan Kelly of the daily progress, sadly showed human being thrown up in the air and tossed like dolls, and it was they were the two were eerily similar and and. And somebody at Facebook must have gotten a report and dean that violated community guidelines, and so I was banned from Facebook for twenty four hours, but after the needy started writing about it Facebook backtracked and said, we we realized Spencer is trying to cover things, and we realized that in this context, it's permitted. So that was really interesting how the journalistic aspect of this is getting sucked into the. The corporate judgment Facebook as to what's what's allowed? And what's not what a mess that? We'll keep your eyes open for a potential decision from the jury in Charlottesville Hawes Spencer, journalists in Charlottesville, and the author of the book summer of eight all about the events last summer Charlottesville. Appreciate the update. Thanks. Thanks. John. Yup. All right is.

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"dwayne dixon" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"dwayne dixon" Discussed on WRVA

"Closing arguments underway in the trial of twenty one year old James fields of Ohio accused of driving into a crowd during the Charlottesville unite the right rally last year and killing a woman that story from W RV as Madame line ended with the final witness Josh Mathews being held in contempt because he originally didn't show up that push proceedings back a little bit prior to Matthews. The defense brought a counter protester to the stand. Dwayne Dixon was actually armed during the rally and in the time that has passed. It's been argued that he's spooked fields into driving off. However, a rebuttal. Police witness used Facebook location, data to counter that argument fields himself never testified that damn wine. Newsradio w are multiple sources being cited saying President Trump is told advisers he intends to nominate William bars, the next attorney general for served in that post before under president, George H W Bush ABC's. Karen Travers is that the White House? President Trump's expected pig. Be the next attorney general William bar has remained neutral on the legitimacy of Robert Muller's Russia probe, but he did take issue with the political affiliations of those on Muller's team telling the Washington Post in July of two thousand seventeen that quote, prosecutors who make political contributions are identifying fairly strongly with the political party bar was referring to reports in the post that eight of Muller's prosecutors had donated Democrats in the past House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi says the chamber can take the extraordinary step of calling for a new election and a North Carolina congressional district is the winner is unclear amid allegations of voter fraud. Pelosi says the house retains the right to decide who is seated this is bigger than that one seat. This is about undermining. The integrity of our elections North Carolina investigating voter fraud, allegations, Republican Mark Harris, leads democrat, Dan mccready by about nine hundred votes. But results are not certified the executive director of the North Carolina. Republican party also says today that a new election navy appropriate and the state's ninth congressional district. Wisconsin's democratic governor elect says you'll make a plead outgoing Republican governor Scott Walker veto pending legislation that would weaken the governor's authority ABC's Ryan burrow with more democratic governor elect Tony versus if his rival Republican governor Scott Walker does not veto the measure passed by legislators. He's prepared to sue Iverson. The will of the people has been ignored by the legislature. I am very concerned that three point six million people.

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"dwayne dixon" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"dwayne dixon" Discussed on WRVA

"Partly cloudy skies tonight, temperatures down into the upper twenties. Mid forties with sunny skies for your Friday, clouds increase Saturday, and then the chance that snow moving in by Sunday afternoon. Maybe she called his meteorologist, Jim Dunkin's. Newsradio eleven forty WNBA. Now ninety six point one from the piersonhonda dot com weather center. It's sunny and forty three in Palestinian, NewsRadio w RB time for. Oh why? Mirrors in the trial of a man accused of killing a woman and injuring dozens and a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville are expected to hear closing arguments in the case following testimony from vinyl defense witnesses today, we get more from W RBA's Matt deadline jersey never heard from fields himself. Of course. He's now required to testify in his own defense the defenses last witness Josh Mathews did cause a bit of a stir by I failing to show up eventually found an testified and ended up being held in contempt for not arriving on time. Defense attorneys also called a counter protester suggesting that Dwayne Dixon's actions and his air fifteen is what led fields to drive off is arguing self defense met them line. Newsradio w RV. Yeah. Multiple sources are telling ABC news that President Trump has told advisor she intends to nominate William bar as his next attorney general, here's ABC's. Lana Zak at the capital. A senior administration official tells ABC news that President Trump is expected to nominate William bar to the post of Torney general next week. The seventy six year old Republican lawyer had previously served as attorney general under president George H W Bush and he's worked in the corporate sector, including as an executive vice president at Verizon bar is currently out the international law firm, Kirkland and Ellis. He has publicly critique the political affiliations of some of the members of the special counsel team. Forecasters say models show that storm system way out in California now expected to bring snow to metro Richmond Sunday has. Taken a more southernly turn. But it's still early for some heavy snow in south West Virginia, western North Carolina in Richmond on the northern edge of the snow. She'll so later amounts but still does look like we'll get some snow late. I.

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"dwayne dixon" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"dwayne dixon" Discussed on WRVA

"Both sides have arrested their case in the trial of twenty one year old James fields accused of driving into a crowd during the Charlottesville unite the right rally killing how they're higher and injuring scores. Others the story from W RV as Matt DEM line Simoni ended with the final witness. Josh Mathews being held in contempt because he originally didn't show up that push proceedings back a little bit prior to Matthews. The defense brought a counter protester to the stand. Dwayne Dixon was actually armed during the rally and in the time that has passed. It's been argued that he's spooked fields into driving off. However rebuttal police witness used Facebook location, data to counter that argument fields himself never testified that damn wine. Newsradio w are multiple sources are telling ABC news. President Trump has told advisers he intends to nominate William bar as the next attorney general bar served in that post before under President George h. W Bush ABC's. Karen Travers is at the White House. President Trump's expected picked to be the next attorney general William bar has remained neutral on the legitimacy of Robert Muller's Russia probe, but he did take issue with the political affiliations of those on Muller's team telling the Washington Post in July of two thousand seventeen that quote, prosecutors who make political contributions are identifying fairly strongly with the political party bar was referring to reports in the post that eight of molars prosecutors had donated Democrats in the past after moving church service in Houston today. President George H W Bush began his final journey journey to his resting place. Mr Bush will be buried at his presidential library in college station, Texas, next to his wife and daughter his casket was placed aboard a train in spring, Texas for the final leg of the journey. ABC's? Jim Ryan is there with more thousands of people by the end of this day will have their respect said a final goodbye to the president who called this the country. I think it is worth noting that this really does feel like the fourth of July. People are gear with their umbrellas flags are unfurled. Your American Texas flags and flags to the military. People standing alongside railroad siphoned waiting for the train somebody..

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"dwayne dixon" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"dwayne dixon" Discussed on KTRH

"Story campfire cruise along with Cal fire today announcing full containment of the deadliest blaze in California history. Former Trump campaign manager and deputy campaign manager have gotten together and written a new book called Trump's enemies how the deep state is undermining the presidency migrants in Tijuana marched toward the US border crossing today approaching the port of entry near San Diego. The port was then closed cyber Monday tomorrow, get some sleep tonight ice down your thumbs. Whatever you need to do. Texans play on Monday night football tomorrow night. It's the first time that they have played without owner, Bob McNair, they will be wearing his initials on their helmets in remembrance. Sally Adams on NewsRadio seven. Forty KTAR h. Welcome back to end all show. We are joined today by Dwayne Dixon, who is the vice chairman and US oil gas and chemical leader for Deloitte, consulting LLP. An John England who is a partner with oil and gas for Deloitte, Dwayne why don't you take this question? Little bit about the downstream sector in the study kind of reflected that the use of electronic cars and things of reason in the way of more electronics vehicles that the executives in the survey really did not seem to be too troubling. What was what are your thoughts on is this going to become a disruptor right now what we're seeing is a trend that looks exponential meeting. Doubling every six months to year in terms of the adoption of electric vehicles. But we're still one percent of the total vehicle counter one to three percent of the total vehicle count. So it's really not gonna show up as much. In in terms of lost volume or changes in the fuel supply. And we'll just have to wait and see what that's going to look like longer term. Will it be something? Do you think? Like what we saw with the internet and computers where as soon as technology started to develop were developing just this rapid cases going faster and faster and faster. Do you see that has the potential? The the ability to operate electric vehicles sort of changes, the entire powertrain makes things a lot simpler. And then the whole move towards the tournament vehicles and fleet driven transportation, and so forth is sort of changing the transportation patterns were used to and. You know, the amount of fuel that gets used in the title field that gets used over time. You may not be able to talk that was having discussion with an engineer, and they were discussing hey, just purchased tesla. And he was pretty excited about that. Tesla car, and it has a camera in it and his belief while he was really going on about that, you know, at some point we won't even they will become an Uber and more people will use those type of cars and have them homes built more to to accommodate the electric car and stuff like that. Just very very surprising to hear what he believed would be happening in the future, and how it was really gonna impact vehicles one possible future. Yeah. I think that there is some interesting, you know, it's interesting to compare it to cell phone and things like that. But you know, one big difference is the capital become installed capital basis. Much higher in this area. People's typical automotive vehicle as you call it thirty thousand dollars, so people don't just change that over ninety. And even if everybody. Tomorrow. We would take twenty years to kind of work through the system so long. Long term change. I mean something's happening. And we're in an energy transition. No doubt about it. But I think it's. I don't think it will be quite as rapid as some some. I think most people believe we'll see the effects between twenty and twenty three and twenty twenty-five is they're gonna show up in a significant way. Very interesting to me about the report in the petrochemical area. What are you guys see happening there? In the petrochemical space. So first thing is we're seeing a lot of capacity go in in the US mainly because of the feedstock advantage to shell. I think we're also seeing. Three possibly four years in a row, especially for the petrochemicals. And we'll we'll see how that goes over time. We we are starting to see a drop in price, which means more. There's more abundant. Breath waiting and as a result of that. What we could see over time is a little bit of a trough. But it seems to me that everybody kind of took their time. It was very deliberate about the capital expenditures. And it looks like everything's kind of coming on stream at a good sequence. So I don't think we're going to look at one of those sort of really massive troughs that we've seen as something that is a bit more muted. Bit more manageable interesting last question midstream, and John has for you. Where do you see midstream going in the mid train operators? How are they going to operate here in the near future? Well, we've been exploring mystery question for a long time. We wrote a paper mache in two thousand thirteen and we talked about the rise of the midstream major in the fact that you were having these really large companies come up with the midstream in where we really seen that come to fruition is four or five really large companies that are across multiple geographies commodities. That'll be big in the future. But in addition to that mean, we're also seeing growth in terms of private equity money coming into midstream show, the opportunities there when you have this much growth, you know, industrial production zones often that aren't that close to the refining area processing areas that just gives rise to the need for this midstream infrastructure show. There's continued need there. I think as we move to more exports. There's going to be around that to a lot of opportunity in a lot of capital Floyd into the Mitcham space. Very interesting. John Dwayne thank you for coming and talking to us today. And we'll look for talking to you guys later on show that I think we're going to get more indepth into the actual survey that you guys released today here conference. Thanks..

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"dwayne dixon" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"dwayne dixon" Discussed on KTRH

"All patio show. I'm your host Kimball, Idaho. In recently, I attended the Deloitte oil and gas conference so while attending the conference I was able to catch up with John England and Dwayne Dixon. Let's get into the interview Duane, you're the vice chairman for US oil and gas and chemical leaders. It's great to be here. Thank you and John England, your partner for Deloitte in oil and gas sector, so welcome to the show. This will be the first time with us. We're really excited about covering the Deloitte conference. There's a lot of people here. Meaning you guys really have a lot to say on oil and gas and your plan a lot of the majors we can tell from how full the room was. And before we get started. I wanted to talk to you, John Ripley. I was listening to you on stage on your opening remarks, and you are discussing how you will have been personally affected by hurricane Harvey. Well, we also got affected, and it was nice to hear you discuss. How people come together in a moment of crisis, and it kind of lead into a lot of the discussion you were talking about. So do you want to kind of cover a little bit? Yeah. I mean, I I guess what I mentioned just think Nevada kurkin Herbie's reminded me, you know, how good people are generous people could be in our community because we saw so much of that across the Gulf Coast, and what's important in my life. But by the same token, it also what we do as an industry is important. And you know, I think that's important to me because. You have to feel like you have a purpose in that. You're doing something that's good for the world. And I think a lot of times we will find ourselves having to kind of defend the oil and gas industry, and you know, I don't think we have to because I think we do something that's important. We deliver a commodity that the world needs. We. That safely efficiently effectively, and to, you know, people need to be proud to be part of this industry. I couldn't agree with you more. Seen how the energy industry came to the rose to the occasion conical Phillips was actually on our covering. Why we covered that company? Specifically, it was the way that they responded hurting Harvey was amazing. And I wanted we wanted the community to understand what they were doing for not just equal for Houston as well. The residents which we were all affected. Areas was a great thing. Let's switch gears and just talk a little bit about you guys have just released. A new survey was released today at your conference was covering the up down in midstream. And what you guys really believe is coming to list start by first of all discussing tummy Lord about what you're finding the key takeaways from the upstream, midstream and downstream sectors and the new survey that Deloitte produced. Yeah. Sure. Maybe I'll start with can upstream. In administering. Dwayne talk about downstream in. Overall sentiment. The executives across all the industry was was much better. There's much more optimism from two thousand eighteen to twenty seventeen upstream. You know, I think that people think prices are going to get better. We saw people that have higher expectations for both oil and natural gas prices. And so there was optimism around that. I think there's still some wariness in the upstream because I think people are concerned about rising costs concerned about midstream bottlenecks things like that. But but overall there is much higher sense of optimism. And we think that's gonna lead to some. Greater investment going forward. I think there's a huge opportunity. In fact, when you probably saw the biggest shift in sentiment from midstream executives because they really seem significant opportunity. You know, we heard a lot about some of the bottlenecks coming particularly of the Permian and those creamy real opportunity for midstream companies to build infrastructure. So some great opportunities there downstream. I think we're seeing optimism and this has been a Daria. That's typically had pretty thin margins and a pretty tough go to run the operations and make money. And the profit margins have improved about two dollars and twenty cents a barrel from twenty seventeen to twenty nineteen. The capital expenditures started to move into the area. In fact, there's been as much capital spent in the last four years as their word in the last forty downstream. And that also goes for the petrol chemical space and petrochemicals is also enjoyed a pretty good ride. So we saw a lot of optimism. We saw a lot of the outlook to be positive for further growth will no doubt the past. Couple of years have really very hard thing for anyone that was in energy industry. So seen in starting to recover and stabilizes a good thing. Tell me how upstream industries reduce the cost role increasing their production as bounce back from the downward. Yeah. I mean, we saw so much cost reduction come as a result of the downturn people when they have to cut costs find ways to do it. Brute force but going forward, I think we're seeing companies really think about how can they be more innovative in terms of how the reuse cost in particularly by the use of digital technology. So we're seeing so much more digital technology being deployed into the the whole kind of oil field for other everywhere from how we produce hydrocarbon tell we move on supply chains, etc. And we think there's a lot more opportunity there. I think we're in the really early stages of of the digital game. Curious about the upwards and using technology. Have you found that they are really taking advantage of it right now. And then the infrastructure issues that they're dealing with Permian basin right now is that still going to be a problem? And if so for how long. Well, I mean on the infrastructure issues. There's a lotta pipeline projects under construction underway right now. So we think from the bottlenecks will start to lift in two thousand nineteen by two thousand twenty we think most of those will be gone those some of the. The major shift further downstream because in addition to having pipeline capacity. You also need gas gathering and processing.

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"dwayne dixon" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"dwayne dixon" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"So you're thinking about things like grilled salmon or dumplings, but once the food is prepared, it's thrown into a blender, and I, I know what you're thinking this way less growth than the story. I told you about Lizzie grandmom, who's having like a toothache. So she blended her salad and pizza onto a shake and just kept telling everyone it's all going to the same place that don't work. She's she's not wrong about that, but had to tease grows. But here the food is kept separate and mixed with a new kind of gelling agent. So the gel actually allows the food to be reshaped so that it resembles the way originally looked. So basically choked proof food is this new way of making pureed food. More appetizing. It isn't like flavourless mush. Instead you get something that looks that actually tastes normal with the added bonus of being easy to swallow. And if it catches on like the hope is that Japan's elderly will be able to hold onto their mealtime independence for a little bit longer like they can simply head to a restaurant and order their good food prepared in this style. And it's called angry, I guess, which is Japanese for swallowing then is a pretty great idea. And I hope that that works for them. But one of the things I like about these campaigns in how Japan looks out for its elderly is that it reflects the group basement Taliban that we were talking about earlier. You know, that kind of all for one approach to society that something that's instilled in Japanese citizens from the start of actually reading this interesting article in the Atlantic about the high level of independence that Japanese kids seem to have an apparently it's really common to see kids as young as six or seven out on their own Japanese towns and cities. Yes. So we talked a little bit about this in our education episode where there's a system to help kids walk alone school. From, I think it's from first grade on and they're actually walking few miles, right? Yeah, that's right. And you know, sometimes they're heading to or from school, but other times they're actually out running errands for their parents and I, it's kind of this rite of passage and Japan. In fact, you know how the country is famous for its outrageous game shows, and all these weird reality shows. There's actually a popular show that translates as my first errand. It's basically his hidden camera show where kids just as young as like two or three or sent out to run an errand for their family. That sounds crazy. So I'm guessing the kids have no idea. They're being recorded at that age. Oh, of course not. They have no idea. I mean, the cameraman are right out in the open at some points, but the kids are so frantic or anxious that they never noticed the supervision as I actually watched an episode and sometimes it's funny, but it can be brutal. But the one I saw had this little boy and his younger sister out on an errand to pick up groceries and they had to go to a few different shops and already you can see how hard this is. Right for these kids and they can barely remember the names of the items. I mean, they're tiny in this little boy was watching. He was so cute. He had this meltdown once they were like a block away from their house. He actually had to stop and compose himself in an alleyway and then going. And meanwhile, there's this laugh track and a panel of not judges. But commentators, I guess, and it all feels like some kind of surreal, psychological experiment. But my first Aaron, I it, it isn't some new reality TV thing. It's been on air for almost thirty years now. So I mean, this sounds equal parts, hilarious and bizarre. But how does that relate to being group binded like if anything, these kids seem independent. Right, right. Well, that's the thing. I mean, according to Dwayne Dixon, who's this cultural anthropologist, it's it's not self sufficiency that we're seeing, but group reliance as he puts it. Japanese kids learn early on that ideally, any member of the community can be called on to serve or help others. And as you see on the show, I watched their grocers. And shopkeepers even regular people on the street, and they're all eager to help the kids with directions or counting coins and the ideas that whether you're a family member or a stranger younger old or kind of we're all in this together. You know, I like that could actually see why it's popular. So I guess we saw that in the schools episode to write like where students take turns serving lunch,.

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"dwayne dixon" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"dwayne dixon" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"It happened at fifth third Bank headquarters near fountain square, the shooting started on a loading dock. The gunman is among the four killed three arrests made in connection to a twenty seventeen homicide in west, Charlotte. Twenty-three-year-old Kenneth Edwards was found shot to death on a on roadway street Calvin Vance Natron atoms and Tobias part low all charged with murder and robbery with a dangerous weapon. Five facing multiple charges. After authorities say they broke into a state small business three times this summer. According to county sheriff's office, multiple items were taken and damage was done to the building totaling several thousand dollars the break ins happened over. The course of nearly two months the suspects broke vehicles window as well and damaged a forklift and UNC Chapel Hill. Professor a UNC Chapel Hill professor is facing an assault charge in connection with silence SAM's stops to statue top like last month. Forty six year old Dwayne Dixon of Durham is charged with simple assault since the statue fell. More than a dozen people have been charged following two additional protests and Ford Motor company's recalling two million f one fifty pick-up trucks for a seatbelt pretensioners problem. The model years two thousand fifteen through twenty eighteen and as well as the Labor Department as a firm last month's report that US productivity increased at an annual rate of two point nine percent in the second quarter productivity has been week throughout the nine year expansion. Many of you the strong second-quarter growth is a blip. Also, the Labor Department said that two thousand three people applied for jobless benefits last week. That's the lowest level actually since nineteen sixty nine in December of that year. And South Carolina woman says she discovered nude photos of herself there were posted on the internet last week. She believes the images were taken by someone who washed her as she slept naked. And the photo graphs of her appeared on several websites is being investigated as a case. Voyeurism cops aren't saying how the perp got the shots, and you're WBZ money. Watch at this hour, the Dow Jones industrial average is down forty three the s&p five hundred is off fourteen and the NASDAQ is down.

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"dwayne dixon" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"dwayne dixon" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Bauer. North Carolina released its twenty eighteen school performance data Wednesday, the state gave nineteen CMS schools in a great higher than the state average the district also had thirty nine low performing schools, including ten that received enough. The report also showing a student performance gap along racial lines superintendent Clayton Wilcox. We are a community that struggling with issues around equity and access. We are struggling with issues around race and privilege. Many of the schools receiving DS and Fs earned predominantly black Hispanic or high poverty neighborhoods. Chad Bauer WBZ news UNC Chapel Hill. Professors facing an assault charge in connection with these silence. Sam statue toppling last month. Forty six year old Dwayne Dixon of Durham, charged with simple assault since this. Fell more than a dozen people have been charged following two additional protests. President Trump calling the New York Times gutless after the paper published in anonymous op, Ed. A senior Trump administration official John Roberts with more from the White House. Identified officials says he is part of the resistance in the White House that believes the president continues to act in a manner that is detrimental to the health of our Republic. The author says he and other like-minded administration officials are working to insulate the government from what he calls the president's misguided impulses meetings with him veer off topic and off the rails. He engages in repetitive. Rants in his impulsiveness results in half baked ill informed and occasionally reckless decisions. That have to be walked back. The official says the resistance wants the Trump White House to succeed but adds successes have come despite not because of the president's leadership style, which is impetuous adversarial petty and ineffective. Now, we'll be able to be traffic, here's Nikki Haley, some good news. They cleared this construction eighty five at mile marker thirty four crew still working on three twenty one with Bouna eighty five or working underneath the eighty five bridge. Still going a serious crash.

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"dwayne dixon" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

08:40 min | 2 years ago

"dwayne dixon" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Some breaking news for you And I'm, sure this one's, gonna cause some pretty significant manifestations for those who are let's just say earth worshipers The EPA rolled back some Obama era coal pollution. Rules interestingly enough it happens at a time where the President Donald Trump is on, the way to, West Virginia Coincidence I doubt it As its Environmental Protection Agency, delivered its latest bloat environmental regulations aimed at, reducing carbon, emissions prison Donald Trump heading into the heart of coal country to deliver. The good news There's a rally, planned today in Charleston to celebrate this proposal, to allow, states to set their own emission standards for coal fueled power plants This reverses the Obama administration's efforts to. To combat climate change and marks the fulfillment of a campaign promise to the heart of his appeal and coal producing states, like West Virginia So there you go This devolves regulation of coal fired power plants. Back to the states This is expected to. Give a boost, to the coal industry and increase, carbon emissions nationwide so long way I'm curious to get. Your thoughts we will get your phone calls on. This monument issue after. I tell you the rest of the story what happened last night Told you about how the statue was defaced hours. Later after, darkness fell the. Banners ended. Up providing cover for. Protesters they tied ropes around the statue topple it to the ground. Cheering and shouting they began covering. The statue with mud and dirt. Dwayne Dixon said this I watched it grown. And shiver and come asunder I mean it feels biblical it's thundering it's starting to rain. It's almost like. Heavens trying to wash away the, soil contaminated remains these people were so freaking delusional that's. What's so sad about this these people think they're. Doing something about racism They really to That's the sad. Thing about it This morning The statue was hauled away in a. Dump truck so there. You go congratulations Such a wonderful. Thing has been accomplished. Here Now racism is gone forever All because, the statue was pulled down don't you all feel better and is a. Black, man in Moscow free I'm free now because the statues gone isn't that great Yes isn't that wonderful Charles My goodness take a few of your calls and also. Good to our text line let's start off year with Matt and, capitalist good morning that Earth calling Matt. Come in Matt Going, once going, twice Yes sir Need to turn that radio down, as. Well, sir All right, that's Wanted some really odd coincidences with the narrative shows being pulled away from. Us seventy. Seven And the fact that pact could have, gotten us out of that deal when he could have nears works in a weird way I think this monument has a lot of shifting of a narrative within North Carolina So you think somebody is is intentionally. Trying to change the narrative and shifted away from I seventy seven onto a statue If you can't. See that then maybe you've got blinders who's behind this that's my question, Matt who is I don't have a. Definitive answer I'm not gonna throw out conjecture and not give you a definitive. Answer but I, know something's going on here I can feel the pulse and the pulse in North Carolina is not good I'm hard Republican but there are several people who. Could have gotten us out of this seventy seven choline deal who basically we were getting close to finding that answer out Now the narrative is being driven in a completely different As far away from the toll lanes as possible How does that happen you might have I'm not gonna throw out conspiracies but there is. Definitely. A reason why. This is happening okay that's fair enough I appreciate your call there Matt to is of the opinion, those of. You not familiar with this especially upstate we have this project going on here in Charlotte to. Expand the lanes and? I seventy seven And this is a private, contractor basically. It's going to be collecting tolls by the scriptures I've heard so far, some pretty ridiculous tolls To pay for the road so this private company. Will be in charge of this and, I think I would share the. Perspective, of many who believe that government officials sold us. Out they sold us out for whatever reason Now I think if you wanna do. At tollroad you float some bonds and you let the state collect the money you don't sell us. Out to some sort of private corporation This going to exact some ridiculous tolls out of us for Four forever is what it looks like now And there are people that could have stepped in and put a stop to this and they have. Not agree with that part of the. Perspective let's go back to our, lines here Joe out of your good. Morning Amount the. Radio yes you are taken away Oh I wanted to go back to what's going on with the monument, destroyed and another, activity that in other words like, you mentioned we. Were in mob rule mode right right now and the sad. Part is? News, media is supporting it And what they're doing is, copying exactly Nazi, Germany and fascist are the people, that are doing. The destruction and trying to tear this country apart and Antifa anti fascist what it stands for which is Silly because they are the fastest doing it and the public employees, by please Told the stab down like they were Charlottesville And I'm watching the last stages of my country destroyed in the average citizen has no idea what's going. On how do we pull back from? This Joe We get people in? Office Defend the constitution of. The United States of America You don't allow Marlboro when I was. A child there's something like that would, have happened national guard would have been called out Somebody tried to even little break in. Store I saw this happened the child There was. No question you you've got shot And there, was no looting. In the city of Cleveland Ohio million. People one man was shot. In the leg He. Was going to break the windows to steal everything that he could and. National. Guard was called out and stop there was no crime in the, whole city a million people I'm on Yep there's there's a way to, put a stop to this and I I certainly embrace your. Position on this Joe from that vantage point there, there are lots of questions here that needs to be answered. I wanna share, a couple of social media, posts and we'll get to more of your calls after the break Michael said this this is, the same group, think mob mentality that let innocent black men to be hanged in the middle of the night shaking my head it. Took four years of work to raise money to erect. That statue a statue representing the history of Chapel Hill.

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"dwayne dixon" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"dwayne dixon" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"The supervision as i i actually watched in episode and sometimes it's funny but it can be brutal but the one i saw had this little boy and his younger sister out on an errand to pick up groceries and they had to go to a few different shops and are you can see how hard this is right for the kids and they can barely remember the names of the items i mean they're tiny and this little boy those what he was so cuba he had this meltdown once they were like a block away from their house actually had to stop and compose himself in an alleyway and then go him and meanwhile there's this laugh tracking a panel of in not judges but commentators i guess and it all feels like some kind of surreal psychological experiment but my first there and it is it some new reality tv thing it's been on air for almost thirty years now so i mean this ounce equal parts hilarious and bizarre but how does it relate to be in group minded like if anything these kids seem independent right right well that's the thing i mean according to dwayne dixon whose this cultural anther pa i'll just it's it's not self sufficiency that we're seeing but group reliance as he puts it japanese kids learn early on that ideally any member of the community can be called on to serve or help others and as you see on the show i watch their grocers and shopkeepers even regular people on the street and there are all eager to help the kids with directions are counting coins ha and ideas that whether you're a family member or a stranger younger old were kind of we're all in this together you know i like that that she see why it's popular so i guess we saw that in the schools episode to write like where our students take turns serving lunch their classmates or area that there aren't any janitors they're because all the kids devote twenty minutes each day to cleaning up that's pretty amazing yeah and i love that there's this personal responsibility for shared spaces and it's one of the most pleasantly unusual things about japanese culture and and definitely one i wish we to emulate more in our own lives here yeah although that odd that discount on robben noodles sounds pretty good too.

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"dwayne dixon" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"dwayne dixon" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"In baltimore 21 fifteen in park bill sixteen and kate and zelin coming up on the news at 830 state schools dipping in national report card now this is your father take it away just goes you think you found those system that we know way sound don't you both on you wait around charged tell go on over oh no show we just do this all were universally vary by the white supremacy right dwayne dixon numbers in north carolina anthropology professor leader of the armed antifur group redneck revolt has admitted the chasing james fields junior with a rifle just before he drove in their group of protestors killing heather higher in charlottesville last year while so the alleged white supremacist was running from an armed and tifa member who's teaching class at the university of north carolina while let's often and word that wasn't was we're without reported of nowhere except here that other gateway pundit today so via abc news limited though they debris flora while a tweak by radical leftwing student group university of texas features a photo of police officer on fire has sparked widespread criticism the tweet sent out by the autonomous student network a duty austin instead of law enforcement appreciation day how 'bout law enforcement incineration day again he's on a college campus ohio state as a class being todd bouman masculine and he's race a nation the reasons why white heterosexual masculinity is problematic the tackles the topic of racial issues bullying pop culture societal expectations blablabla but what gets everywhere georgetown adviser by an average of bernstein has resigned after he wished the me to moment on a email conservative blogger of other naval valley sake the apologized saying he did not mean to suggest that she would be sexually assaulted would humane care there's a gender studies coordinator at the a university inside higher education her name is best me bollars thought she says that she's identified fifteen troubles in order to help her colleagues recognize the ways in which unconsciously contribute to white supremacy visit linfield college in oregon florida's gulf coast university no that is yes gulf coast fort myers nast for good they had a white racism class met last week to campus police officers would be on guard as a precaution and of course or it's all about the you know this is everywhere.

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