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Fresh "East Texas" from Houston's Morning News
"The student athletes come first. And I would defer first to the choice of decisions those athletes will make in second if they choose to continue to play this season. Make sure that the universities there working with them on protocols to ensure their health and safety during the course of a season. All right, so he's very noncommittal as I might expect him to pay. Don't know if he's a football fan around. I'm guessing you probably is, Um I'm just imagining If they cancel the entire college football season. I'm imagining all the suburban dads out there who are going to have to make one too many trips to the pumpkin patch. You know what I mean? You're gonna be going on family thing. You don't have the excuse of well. Texas is playing. I gotta watch you team. No. Sorry. You've gotta go back to the pumpkin patch with the kids. 7 10 Divert traffic and weather together. Let's get you caught up in that drive. Once again, here's got mine. Okay, They have pulled the vehicles off on the North Sam accident at JFK. That was a fatal It's still all lanes blocked, though there still blocking it for some reason, and forcing everybody off under the feeder road. You still don't want to go there too early, but we're backed up. Also for my 69 22 extra minutes on the westbound lines take well, Clayton to the hardy Tober or take Grand Parkway. If you're coming from the East Texas Katy Freeway, Dairy Ashford. It looks like they have cleared this. Rick. The lanes Air open the backup still nasty. 19 extra minutes from 19 from Highway six. I'm sky Mike in the Gulf Coast windows dot com. 24 hour traffic center from our Katie our age top tax defenders. 20 for our Weather center was Sonic large mixed about 97 today. Mostly sunny about 97 tomorrow, then mostly sunny. About the same, but 97 98 degrees, right.
Congressman Louie Gohmert tests positive for coronavirus
"Republican Louie Gohmert? Who sounds like? He's falling asleep while reading trump's twitter timeline when he talks found out on Wednesday morning that he couldn't fly to Texas with President trump because. He's got corona vox get tested whenever you go to the White House. If, you're getting in fifty feet of trump began testing. Who did he talk to were very welcoming people with coronavirus down here in Texas we the more the Merrier. Well I mean he is Texas rap he was trying to come home, but he had already caught that. DC. Corona before he could get on the flight. So not only does Louie Louie. Gohmert have have cove it. He also had previously refused to wear masks unless he got cova saying that was useless presumably, and that's a shame because the day before his positive test result when he was probably already positive with covid. And he still wasn't wearing a mask when he was talking with Ag bar in the hearing room. So Gomez smells just us just just trying to infect the attorney general right before you lob softball questions to bar is sleepy Texas draw while bar like vigorously rubbed his freshly Kuroda infected hands all over his face. Gohmert, pile just an all time bonehead. Taking it to the unreal Gohmert. Easily as the CREEPIEST press photo I've ever seen in my life I. Think he drew. Or Eight termer, your congressman and. East Texas, you might want to reconsider that taking it to the Internet Louie gohmert piles, doing zoom interviews Galore trying to blame his corona infection on the fact that he had caved and just recently started to wear a mask in the last ten days instead that that is probably what gave him the virus when he was touching his mask. So apparently. From being. Exactly like what a Gomer pyle. This guy should have been wearing a mask a long time ago. Yes. Gomer Pyle yeah. He He went from being a complete fucking imbecile the day before when he was trying to infect the G. to the world's foremost Dr overnight if discovering that, you can give yourself corona through your mascots pretty incredible stuff bill bar supposedly had a corona virus tests on Wednesday hopefully, he doesn't get it because the like half the combined I q of the gop would be mortal danger. But at the time of this recording, the DOJ had declined to say if bar tested positive or not or if he plans to quarantine, they just said that he had been tested so. Like just all time stupidity from Lower Gohmert pile representative from
"east texas" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"And feeble minded. Nonwhites from reproducing. The founder of Planned Parenthood. And don't forget Hillary Got that Margaret Sanger Award? Yes, indeed. It's in her office. Probably not now probably fell behind her. Computer thing in the bathroom there. Here's what Katie Pavlich wrote from National Review. Slavery in America ended Planned Parenthood's racist and Eugenic Mission, led by Margaret Sanger continues every day. Planned Parenthood ends Black lives. Which was her goal and Planned Parenthood does this every day. This is simply a way to continue the cover up while carrying out her evil goals. And I'll wrap up with this. If you do the research, you'll see that Donald Trump is the most pro life president. But based on the last three years of policy, he is also the most supportive president of any In the last 20 years for communities of color, both economically and socially. The problem is Nobody wants to read anything except Snopes and Snopes is for dopes. Do you hear that? Don lemon. You've got to stop building your newscast using Snopes. Let's grab a phone call or two on the Rush Limbaugh Show 800 to 8 to 28 82. Jonathan, East Texas. Welcome to the network. Hi. How you doing? I'm feeling good. All under sir. Welcome. Great. Great. Hey, I was wanting to say that as Faras Trump goes, please Ah Trump Fan of supporting But I think he needs to do more as faras the federal involvement with these liberal cities that air going out of control. I think I definitely support the federal troops. But I think you need to go deeper into it and start maybe even arrested and those who are supporting The anarchy from the top down that is the mayor's and the senators and the governors and everybody else that air just letting these people go crazy when I were American. I would imagine Jonathan. There's a lot of people that feel that way that the problem is that I see is a constitutional one. I just don't know how how far how much power the president can use. Constitutionally. I think he's within his constitutional power now. But it's you know, it's a slippery slope. When you start going after people that support something based on You have to really have a line. What does it mean to support something? You know, But I hear what you're saying is that if you're if you're standing there watching people destroyed federal property and protecting them You would be part of what would that be called? Inciting a riot or something? I wouldn't read it before. It would definitely be. I probably would be some type of misdemeanor of not taking action. But I don't know the federal law on that. But one thing we agree with wholeheartedly on, I think if you can show proof That a governor or city council leaders or mayor's told law enforcement to stand down. And that resulted in injury or damage. Then you have him and that has been happening. We've heard that in several cases. Thank thank you for calling Jonathon. I appreciate it. But that has happened and we've seen that we saw that in Baltimore. With the Baltimore riots when when the mayor and she blocked her job over it, But I think she got a pretty lucrative career. Usually when you lose your job as a Democrat, because you're incompetent. Or just an outright leftist. You usually get a lucrative job in the socialist community somewhere. I don't know where I don't know where she's working, but I think she did land on her feet. This was the mayor that said, Get out of the way! Let him riot. It's just the form of protest. Just let it let it kind of burn itself out. And something. I never understood about the rioting, especially in communities of color or economically depressed communities around the country. I never understood Why you would get rid of the pharmacy when your family might need the medication or why you get rid of the Burger King or the Wendy's When your cousin or you yourself might work there. I mean, it just doesn't make a lot of sense. Unless you can convince Joe Biden to blame it on Trump and then run on it still to.
Tracking The Tropics: Tropical Depression 8 Forms In Gulf Of Mexico And Heads Towards Dallas
"A tropical storm could be developing in the Gulf of Mexico meteorologist and Bruno off, says the chances of it organizing in time to become a name storm. About 50 50 and if it does, it'll likely be a tropical depression or a weak tropical store. Right now. All the data I'm looking at has most of its moisture tracking along and south of Interstate 10 but not in stone. We could get some scattered showers and storms as far north as Dallas and Fort Worth and the Red River Valley in East Texas, and he expects it to reach the Texas coast late Thursday into Friday.
Texas executes man for 1993 fatal shooting, ending state’s 5-month delay in lethal injections due to pandemic
"Texas inmate has been put to death for fatally shooting an 82 year old man nearly three decades ago. That ends a five month delay of executions in the nation's busiest capital punishment state because of the pandemic, But Lee Joe Wardlow received a lethal injection on Wednesday evening of the state penitentiary. In Huntsville for the 1993 killing of Carl Cole. It calls East Texas home. U. S Supreme Court declined to stop the 45 year old man's execution word. Lope was the first Texas inmate to be executed since February 6th. He was the second inmate in the U. S to be put to death since the country began to
Amber Alert Issued In Dallas For East Texas 2-Year-Old
"This morning an amber alert. Husband issued for a missing two year old from East Texas. Zambia. Whitaker was was last last seen seen yesterday yesterday in in center. center. Police Police are are looking looking for for a a man man who who shares shares the the same same last last name. name. They They say say he's he's driving driving a a blue blue Jeep Jeep compass. compass. With With Texas Texas plates plates M M D D D D as as in in dog 4900 m d. D for 900 is the license
Gulf Coast communities prepare for flooding from Tropical Storm Cristobal
"A re energize tropical storm Cristobal is moving across the southern Gulf of Mexico where it's expected to hit the Gulf coast after cost flooding and mud slides in Mexico and Central America meteorologist Allison Chinchar has more to do it it's a paid tropical storm priest of all to increase and strengthen a little bit more before it finally does make landfall sustained winds are right around forty five miles per hour gusting up to sixty we do expect landfall to be sometime in the latter half of the day Sunday but that could be anywhere from marsh island to Slidell Louisiana but even areas outside of that cone are still likely to have some pretty big impacts to insurance as it could have or could cause heavy rains from East Texas to Florida this weekend and into early
Trump-appointed US attorney in Texas abruptly resigns
"The help wanted shingle is out for the top prosecutor's position in the Eastern district of Texas early is L. P. Phillips is live with more on that story LP and the surprise resignation of East Texas U. S. attorney Joseph brown was announced this morning is it taking effect on may thirty first no reason has been given for the resignation brown was appointed by president trump back in two thousand eighteen he is a former district attorney in Grayson county he has been a major player in carrying out the us stop opioid abuse initiative by president trump and was last seen publicly when they arrested and extradited to Guam I Guatemalan mayor who is charged with drug trafficking he was extradited back to the United States for both drug and money laundering charges the L. poncho error el Pago his name is Eric Salvador Rodriguez was indicted back in June of two thousand eighteen that was under brown's office oversight again no reason given why he is resigning and no replacement has
Video of Black Choir Director Killed by Houston Police Officer Will be Shown to Family
"Of last week's week's officer officer involved involved shooting shooting which which killed killed a a well well known known gospel gospel singer singer in in the the Houston Houston area area will will be be shown shown to to his his family family but but not not to to the the public public that's that's a a decision decision for for police police chief chief art art Acevedo Acevedo who who says says he wants to protect both the suspect and his family as well as the officer involved in that shooting I don't ever want to see a case where an officer in Sabine indicted next thing you know there's a change of venue and ends up in East Texas or some other part of Texas it isn't this melting pot we call Harris County with jurors did may have a different mindset than the people responding the chief says the video confirms forty eight year old Adrian Maderas struggled with the officer during a drug driving stop then grab that officer's taser before he was
Severe Thunderstorms, Including Threat of Several Strong Tornadoes, Return to the South This Weekend
"A chance of severe weather again in the forecast for the Deep South the National Weather Service has severe storms appear likely tomorrow from East Texas to South Carolina forecasters say several strong tornadoes may occur from parts of northeastern Louisiana into central and southern Mississippi and
Person in Texas arrested for falsely claiming to have coronavirus
"Police in Texas say a twenty three year old man was arrested after falsely posting on social media but he tested positive for covert nineteen quite novel explains twenty three year old Michael lane Brandon charged with false alarm or report that's a class C. misdemeanor the Tyler county district attorney's office in East Texas says branded intentionally posted on Facebook that he had tested positive for corona virus causing a panic in tying up phone lines at a local hospital he reportedly told investigators he made the post as a social experiment to make the point that you can't believe everything you see online the district attorney warning the public that making those type of claims is a crime that will be prosecuted
"east texas" Discussed on KTRH
"Thanks steam cleaning column they'll come out and take care of it two eight one eight two two oh five six one here in East Texas things are definitely turning around thanks to the Alabama Coushatta tribe enough school gaming people are finding great jobs with excellent benefits surrounding businesses are growing and over one hundred fifty million in annual economic impact is helping the region to thrive that's why passage of HR seven five nine is so critical to not school gaming effort deep East Texas help keep jobs in East Texas learn more support AC try dot com political ad paid for by the Alabama Coushatta tribe of Texas Hey folks is Michael berry I've been bragging on classic Chevy sugar land for years and I'm happy to say they've added a second location because they're so good at what they do and they take great care of our listeners and that's why you can now go see him as well at classic Chevy highway six are you caring cupboard nineteen will separate fact from fiction Friday and Houston's morning news news straight from the source this is the Sean Hannity show I twenty five to the top of the hour congresswoman Omar praising Donald Trump for his incredible and right response in this critical time so she said I was pretty shocked and went on to quote another congresswoman Presley is saying I'm president of times require unprecedented leadership we're seeing that in our country right now okay maybe there's hope I never thought was possible Baltimore mayor urging residents to stop shooting each other at as the corona virus spreads how about we have that all the time I'm a little concerned about police departments telegraphing well we're not going to arrest you if you commit crimes that would be a license to commit crimes dumb idea ISIS saying they will not arrest most undocumented immigrants during the pandemic I'm not sure that's a good idea are they talking about writers I would guess that what one positive test for corona now allowing large numbers of inmates out that's being talked about actually around the country in other places as well then we have let's see major hotel executive of Ashford ink I've cut ninety five percent of my staff is the people that we need to help we'll check in by the way Kevin McCarthy the minority leader in the house will join us later today Ilan musk now has followed up with what the offer the GM has offered is how great some of these corporations are you gotta give him full credit they're all on board they're all doing amazing things to manufacture hospital ventilators out amid the corona virus outbreak that would be great great news we have Larry Kudlow who is the White House economic adviser describing and identify unidentified automakers offer to call back workers idled plants make medical devices needed to treat the critically ill I think that's a great idea I know we have now have the floating hospitals one on the east coast one on the west coast great idea great use of America's resources and knowing that we're going to be bailing out the cruise lines I would suggest that we might want to start the process of preparing maybe a couple of those ships are to be turned into hospitals if in fact it would be needed you always want to think about worst case scenarios for everything congressman Mario D. az Villard band Mick Adams the first though lawmakers to announce testing positive for corona entire Georgia Senate told to self isolate because a lawmaker there with corona virus turned up to vote I'm shaking with rage was the comment of of a fellow colleague a woman flies I mean people lose their minds when these things happen she flew from the US to China corona virus test now she might be put in prison for concealing her symptoms while traveling great some of them we got of course never Trumper that idiot brick wall said whoever's name is the founder of the Lincoln project yeah he told the lawyers trump quote hash tag be infected really after the First Lady announced that she would be in PSAs about coronavirus hashtag be infected well that's so helpful advice when everybody steps up to the plate they do wonderful things California residents now calling the cops New York posted a story on coughing neighbors who Jersey police raided two weddings to enforce the corona virus restrictions are that just happened weekly jobless claims is the early stages of this is now up by seventy thousand jobless claims rose to two hundred eighty one thousand last week reflecting one of the first indications of the impact economically in the unemployment situation trump ordered the departure of department of housing and urban development to suspend any foreclosure let's see Baltimore's mayor also warning shooting victims of filling hospital beds that are needed for coronavirus patience now Oct our governor Rick to Sanders and senator Rick Scott of put an end to this insanity of all these Florida spring breakers that didn't seem to give a rip about people that might end that they may end up it impacting not a good idea so that's some of the news that we have here I want to focus here a couple things I want to start with a lot has happened we have made more progress more quickly than I think anyone ever could imagine and and more most importantly we have made progress that will be game changing for future pandemics drive up testing one example travel ban yeah we'll put it in place sooner rather than later now you see the federal government cooperating partnerships with the private industry that again game changing now we've got what happened today I'm going to go into some details over this this this is really impactful and important for the American people as we move forward because we can always learn to deal better with any other challenges that we might have down the road because if you want to keep Americans healthy that is what we do you know the corona virus responses Ben comprehensive on every single level in ways that will help us in the future that includes for example the president now key decisions about closing the border with Canada Mexico the defense production act the department of housing and urban development stopping for closures the department of labor a hundred million dollars dislocated worker grants White House working with the private sector to launch these websites and it goes on all it's a whole of government response including the travel restrictions including expanding testing your accessibility including helping impacted businesses are helping families and American workers are the only I asked Washington.
Abortion clinics face critical test at Supreme Court
"The nation's highest court is set to hear arguments on its first abortion case since conservative justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh were appointed if the court upholds a Louisiana state law legal abortion clinics would be out of business the hope clinic is one of only three abortion clinics in Louisiana calls lately have just been we still open but a Supreme Court case being argued Wednesday may cause all of Louisiana's abortion clinics to stop providing the procedure it would be devastating for all of us and not just the staff but for the women Kathleen Pittman has been working here for nearly thirty years of not just in north Louisiana south Louisiana East Texas Arkansas Mississippi we have patients come to us from Oklahoma it would be devastating for all of them critics of the law say the regulations designed to stop abortions without having to overturn roe V. Wade that is CBS correspondent
Ambulance Stolen From Dallas Fire Station Stopped in Louisiana
"A woman arrested after an ambulance stolen from a Dallas fire station Sunday afternoon was finally stopped in Bowsher city ambulance was stolen from a fire station in the Dallas Eastwood hills neighborhood police tracked the path of the ambush ambulance through East Texas and finally they stopped it just across the line in Louisiana in Bowsher city Dallas fire rescue work with police along the route to get more information to keep tabs on that
Patrick Mahomes' Texas Tech coach gives Super Bowl ticket to quarterback's high school coach
"Well long before Patrick my homes was starring for the Kansas City Chiefs and leading the team to their first Super Bowl in fifty years he was playing for White House high school his head coach back then Adam cook it's now the athletic director at the East Texas school coach cook just got a huge surprise a ticket to see Patrick play in the Superbowl this Sunday in Miami that's where he got the ticket that makes it so special let's go back to the beginning though to the first time he saw Patrick ten years ago give or take other first memories out had was when I was coaching quarterbacks here whenever Patrick came to one of these games to work quarterback educators hat on backwards on states of the today we turn to route around it so bad is mouth fires you know a nasal time that I ever met I had to call my homes in Maine is it been a a great you know story since the night now he's breaking records of the highest level it's been fun it's been a lot of fun to watch him it's been you know exciting you know for somebody like myself we we we sell missed that game you know we we sell me as being able to apply you know to get out there any any time someone that you know would you coach black I have with packages just based on when you see him out there doing the same thing that they've done you know when he was here on our field doing in a while okay thank you well up until the middle of last week coach cook didn't know if he'd be able to attend the game he didn't have a ticket but then Kliff Kingsbury of all people the former Texas tech head coach current cardinals head man steps up to the plate and gives coach cook a ticket so he's going to be in Miami to see Patrick my homes go for his first Superbowl tight you know I did was blown away whatever coach Kingsbury texted me that and you know just very humbled and blessed and excited to to go you know I think that you know there's a lot of emotions here not just like there's so many story lines just in and of itself in the White it happened and the gift inspired coach cook to write a moving letter and it wasn't to Patrick my homes it wasn't even a cliff Kingsbury but two clips dad Tim who's an old Texas high school football coach himself coach cook posted that note to ten Kingsbury on social media as well it was my heart in the you know I just wanted to share with them and I felt like it was a message and that you know I wanted to share with other people what he'd done and because I was so grateful for what cliff it done and I hope that he did what I wore it it today which was honored his mother and his father and here for the class you know the the classic movie that he made the class you move in offer
Texas deputy dead after exchanging gunfire with suspect at traffic stop
"Twenty eight year old sheriff's deputy was fatally shot during a traffic stop in East Texas Tuesday the Panola county sheriff's office said deputy Chris Dickerson died after being shot numerous times the suspect has been charged with capital
Texas sheriff’s deputy, an Army vet, fatally shot during traffic stop; suspect arrested
"A sheriff's deputy has been shot and killed during a traffic stop in East Texas authorities say the deputy pulled over an S. U. V. about two AM with the driver got out of the vehicle and started shooting hitting the Japanese several times the sheriff's office says the deputy returned fire but the suspect took off he was arrested about an hour later following a high speed chase with police in Louisiana the twenty eight year old deputy was taken to a hospital where he was pronounced
East Texas Deputy Shot, Killed During Traffic Stop, Suspect Arrested In Louisiana
"Share of Stephanie has been shot and killed during a traffic stop in East Texas authorities say the deputy pulled over an S. U. V. around two AM the driver got out of the vehicle started shooting hitting the deputy several times sheriff's offices the deputy return fire suspect took off though he was arrested about an hour later following a high speed chase with police in Louisiana the twenty eight year old ebony was taken to a hospital where he was
"east texas" Discussed on The Confessionals
"Old MAC book and I kind of look and see what folders are there. Nothing was labeled too but it was is kind of labeled by date. You hear the photos I took on this day. It was labeled by date or a few reliable by month. I remember that not and there's no telling how many photos would have been on. All of this was everything she had. But I look at the first few photos and you know I'm not I'm not seeing a whole lot. It was she took him in the woods and it was kind of a not exactly clearly a very high quality camera it was it was okay Enough to to to see things that are pretty good but you know when you're in a very low contrast area like in East Texas Woods and you just take a photo you know it might not be the best. Just wait to see what's there but it was like the fourth and fifth photo was taken from the field and it was taken of this Bush in time I was like okay this is. Why should taking a photo of this Bush Bush right in front of her and then I see the shoulders and I'm like okay? Is that something standing there there. There you know kind of impressions of forms behind nine trees and the other photos. It was kind of like tree peaking but you couldn't really see anything that was going on. It was like something weird. You'd behind that tree or that's a very strange shadow shape behind this Bush and I. It wasn't really showing much but one of the first ones I came across had these this shoulder outline behind it and I followed up and I I see the face and that at that time it might tire life. That might be the moment that scared me the most I. I don't know of any other time. I've felt like that in my entire life and I'm just saying this photo and sitting sitting in my room and I'm like okay. Am I really seeing this. Look over zoom in and it. It kind of scares me so much that I end up closing the photo immediately enclosing my laptop. I didn't even look to the rest of the photos and I really regret that. Now but at twelve years old I was so scared. I didn't want to know anything else. Ended up giving the photos back to her not mentioning that. I saw anything in the photos until like years later when I finally I. It was probably college when I finally said I had seen stuff in the photos because it impacted me so much and I was young. I didn't necessarily scare me out of the woods but it was something that was always on my mind. I was like what if 'cause I spend enough time in the woods to know that there's not one everywhere but I was like okay. I don't know what that it is but it's in this area and it really impacted the way I think about. You know this area at that time and the face is the thing that really got me and I can describe that really well is. It's really vivid and I ended up. Actually studying physical anthropology in college Quite a few courses in that and something's something's started to make sense about what I saw this I face I think it was to me was obviously male. They might have been that it. It was just so grotesque. I couldn't see a female face being like that. But it has a lot of you know the traditional markings markings that people talk about today when they talk about faces that they see and the big thing was the is. How Sunken Eyes were? The the closest representation of everything is is if you've ever seen the movie sinister. There's the character of you know Mr Boogie House. Sunk in his eyes are the shape is kind of similar. What's big is that? It's hard to tell the shadows that creates. It's so hard to tell with the I.
Second evacuation order lifted in Texas city hit by explosion, chemical fire
"Thousands of residents ordered to evacuate in East Texas city for the second time in a week can go home again official is lifting the latest poor nations evacuation which was prompted by elevated levels of cancer causing Petro chemicals in the air your testing continues after explosion last week set a fire that burned for days at a chemical
50,000 people allowed back home after chemical plant blasts in Texas
"After the evacuation orders were lifted for some fifty thousand residents in and around port nature East Texas following two powerful blasts on Wednesday at the TPC group plant which makes chemical and petroleum products emergency management officials say the fires are finally contained and no longer
50,000 people allowed back home after chemical plant blasts in Texas
"Surrounding community residents are finally back in their homes after evacuations prompted by the massive chemical plant fire we get a report from fox news it was a big flash thanksgiving was a bit different this year for John Fidel yay I was with my family at my mother's house she lives in import author he's thankful to be back home after the evacuation orders were lifted for some fifty thousand residents in and around port nature East Texas following two powerful blasts on Wednesday at the TPC group plant which makes chemical and petroleum products emergency management officials say the fires are finally contained and no longer spreading emergency management officials asking people look for debris on their property that may have come from the explosions of plant and could be contaminated with
"east texas" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"From the Kennedy weather center tonight. Forty percent chance of a pop up shower, mostly cloudy, a low of seventy three more rain tomorrow. Fifty percent chance mostly cloudy a high of eighty five right now. It's eighty nine degrees at KRLD, I'm Nikki Haley, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. Smart oil and gas is vacuum on KRLD good afternoon. And you know, one thing that Texas, and all you fans can definitely agree on even with this big rivalry that we have between the two states. One thing we can agree on oil and gas has been very good to both of our states. And that's a good way. That's a good starting point to first of all invite you to call in to get the investor kit. We have the oil and gas investor kid is free of charge. And it's a great way to deepen your knowledge regarding oil and gas and how people like Jerry Jones and Trevor REEs Jones and Jeffrey Hildebrand down in Houston. How these people amassed great wealth. It started with their first oil. Well, and the kit will help you understand both the macro and the micro perspectives to oil and gas will give us a call before six. We will send you the investor free of charge. Also, if you have five minutes, and this is really good. If you have five minutes we will project for you. How much less you're gonna pay for your tax Bill this year when you own part of an oil. Well. So some good things to talk about and our phone number two one four eight three eight eight hundred fifty two four eight three eight eight zero five zero this afternoon right now at smart oil and gas, well, Mark, let's talk about Texas for a couple of minutes. Here. The great state of Texas. First of all, our our state continues to be recognized by investors and producers worldwide as being a great place to own part of an oil. Well, so that has been neat to see our even up there, you know, ranked with countries as has been a great place to be in oil and gas you are a fan of east Texas versus the Permian basin. Especially for a first time investor for somebody that is looking for their first project to be part of the reason you like east, Texas, Mark is value. You just get more bang for the buck. Don't you for my viewpoint east, Texas? I like east Texas the Gulf Coast in some parts of south, Texas, but really east Texas in the Gulf Coast because. You don't have the high entry fee. Okay. So you just think of it as a fine restaurant. If you decide to go to downtown Dallas, and you have two choices you have to Michelin two star restaurants now. One of the restaurants. You have to pay an initial annual fee of a thousand dollars just to walk in the door, and then order steak or fish or whatever. And now the restaurant has exact same menu. But you just all you have to do is make a reservation. You don't have to pay the thousand dollar fee. We'll which restaurant would you go to Pete. I go to the one where they don't have the fee, unless you're some reason that the fee restaurant either from the people I can hang around with gets me more business, or if there's some some some feature of that other restaurant that makes superior, but there is there is a feature in the Permian basin. There's a lot of oil in the ground. There's a lot of all in the ground. And inspectors the reason. People will pay the high prices in the fees is it's gotten so much press. So a guy let's say a money manager in London or New York. And he says, you know, what I want to get a part of our company a division in oil and gas where should I go? They start googling oil and gas place, and all of a sudden it comes up Permian basin Permian basin Permian basin. So they're like, maybe we should go to the Permian basin. And so they're like, oh, well, the fees high Hidehiko get in now, if you don't know, Dan, you know, you're saying, well, wait a minute. If that's the place to be I should pay the high fees. You know, there's a bunch of geologist out there going, can you believe this hedge fund manager out of London is paying this amount of money to come in and drill as well. So this so part of it is just hype. Yes, there's a lot of oil in the Permian basin. And there's a lot of things to go for whereas wolf camp ABC and all these different zones that had. Potential, but we're finding out is if in a certain area, there's twelve source rocks. Maybe two of them are good. And to find out you got to spend seven eight million dollar well to find out if a source rock is any good. So you would look as a first time investor in east, Texas. Yeah. Absolutely. All right. You get the value. And you also have a high percentage of chance of getting oil of striking. It's Permian basin. You have a high percentage chance of making a.
"east texas" Discussed on KTRH
"Two hundred well boss should spend It's been a really interesting year so. Far, and, we've, talked about a number of opportunities. Here in the state of Texas is so good in the state of Texas yo you almost unaware, to, go everything's everything's looking pretty good these days yeah you know? The best place to drill a good oil well. In Texas, it's, like, Robert, ole Anderson said from ARCO it was actually Atlantic refinery and Honda oil and gas is drill a well next to a really good well well that's good that's a good transition to go to east? Texas, can we talk about east Texas because you've you've gone on record as saying you like east Texas even. Better than the Permian because because of the price can get into a better at. A better entry level, you're anti is not as high 'cause most of our listeners are not the people that have two or three charges. Three or four or five engineers two or three Landman you know the, people, that, own a small technical all company. Already, know where they Want to drill. Okay they don't need to listen to our show or show is for people that make a million dollars years anesthesiologists our, own a furniture company in Pennsylvania. And you know make a half a. Million, to a million dollars year geologist and so they're looking. To, us or, our show and the people we work with. We love the Permian basin. But the. Entry level into the Permian basin is so high that's why I like, the, Gulf Coast. In east Texas way better and especially you can. Still the entry point is not as high costs for drilling are still love their low everywhere costs, are low everywhere except the land cost which is the beginning part of Minoan gas deal you gotta go lease the ranch or the land that. You want to drill and the Gulf Coast and east Texas and south Louisiana are, not as high entry point as, west Texas so that's, the area, to look for because there's plenty of great all wells on the Gulf Coast and you know, especially when you get, right along the coast what we call the down. To the coast faulting there's still plenty of great oilfields to be found there but you don't have to pay the Permian basin prices the advances in technology are also helping you get. Even more accurate in terms of finding oil I mean compared to even ten years ago yeah You guys are light years, ahead of where he seismic I mean now you know you can go if you go by. An oilfield or you, found an old field, that you can do material balance on and say it produced a couple of main barrels but there's, millions? Of barrels left, those numbers. Stand out pretty, well but what today's three, d. seismic. Technology it's kind of the difference between say if you broke your. Arm twenty years ago, and, they. Did all the, work off x Ray but now you know, besides doing an x-ray they can do an MRI. To look at all the tendons ligaments and make sure, everything goes back right that's the difference you know so. Candidate surgery ten years ago versus today it's amazing grandmother had cataract surgery thirty years ago with. An actual, true blade they used the outpatient. Yeah Are we talking about return because you have stated on this program. That whenever you've invested, you'd look at eight, to ten percent is the minimum and this is not even counting the tax breaks eight to ten, percent? Is is where, you think. You have to, be to be viable but, you start. Taking what's possible let's see east Texas percentage are y plus the tax break it's it's. Amazing And you know if you get if you get. A twelve percent rate of return on drilling project and you've got a tax break on, your taxes to the tune of. The government. Basically subsidising subsidizing you for thirty seven percent of. Your investment well You know if you're in any sizable investment you know fifty. Seventy five hundred thousand dollars you're, probably going to be above twenty percent rate of return now look at twenty percent rate of return will all be with risk versus having your money. Say in a mutual fund or a CD or a savings. Account If you're worth more. Than a million dollars and you're still paying one hundred thousand. Dollars a year in taxes you should be in stocks and bonds real estate and all and gas for just the tax benefit alone but. With the return on top of it it becomes thin one of the best classes of investments in a portfolio. And right now here we. Are in two thousand eighteen amazingly there's still a discount to oil and gas. That, probably. Won't be here a year from now given the projections of oil price. Dot com Goldman all the people, that we look to that are viable that have know good track records on on projections this is going straight up. So people, to get in now have a, real advantage over people to wait yeah absolutely. It doesn't have anything to do with the cost of the. Drilling, rigs they don't go up that much but it's the syndication costs which are the geologists, delay and the entry fee to get into oil and gas deals As the price oil gets back to one. Hundred dollars a barrel those, costs actually, skyrocket but real they're actually pretty low, right, now, for more..
"east texas" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Okay. Tom in about had no. Tops dot taking sky was like a, what you're not going to do is leave a two and a half minutes. You get that robotic white woman, right? This is not politeness. Okay. So we got to voice messages. I haven't screenings. Okay. So let's see how listening, this one. I don't know. I don't think so. Okay. All right. Well, let's give a second low. How much time we got ten minutes. To try to play. This gets loaded. This is really neat Nita. I've been listener for years. What cares on come into the show? I'm so excited. So excited. Do you. Here's the thing I'm coming from Houston, Texas, right? So I wanna bring gets a gift that that you know is relevant to Houston, Texas, and honestly. But one thing I do think y'all with no. In Texas. There are hotlinks we call, but basically in east Texas in originated east Texas where there's just, you can't beat it. Tolmie black people. People who for years have been barbecuing and their push Bush. You can't get links homemade links anywhere of east, Texas, invest down. Don't get that to you. I don't know, but I'm going to work it out. I'm going to get out anyway. I can't wait to see all. I'm not a normal person in call in or does chat, but I'm glad who's a male and play it. Anyway, I'm gonna bring l. something from Houston. I don't know what, but I'll figure something out. Can't wait to see. You didn't get a chance to get to be ticket, but I'll be there anyway. Study does love you all so much by Nita. Thank you need them. And we love you back and we can't wait to see you as well at the live show. And yeah, I don't know what you're gonna bring from Texas, but will gladly accept beyond that if you wanna bring. So the from Texas. Not Joel seeing though. Okay, you can keep him. You can keep keep it as I say, but yet. Thank you. Thank you so much. We excited about the show to deal making plans. Oh, I'm so excited, Joe. It's gonna be fun. Oh, and one of the hotels extended the. Springhill hotel actually extended the deal more. I think you haven't to September eight, maybe September stakes, released six to book a hotel room if you still haven't gotten one yet, and I used to want to get that special discount rate, which you know is Jess. You do get if you can Swain that shit, why pay extra for hotel? And they are those like Dow swanky downtown tells if if if you got it, I mean you'd be you can walk. All right, let's get into the next voicemail. And they will read your emails that she actually got a lot of aren't. Tips, nation, Davis, Cup. Responding to the love you situation. I kind of wanted to ask about what into the concept of privilege and an African who doesn't have the ancestry tattoo antebellum channels labor here in here in America and this. This is a sincere question because I mean with white people have done with. Almost what two plays in sword slanted is in the continent of Africa, and. On one side is us with history, slavery, and they don't other side is colonialism imperialism. West Africans were willing that. You know, once rap sold another group of people into slavery or they came over there and kidnappers they've had to deal with that. She's for saints. And I just wanted to hear what you guys. Say about. Gruber. Thanks, I appreciate it. That's a long time listener right there. All right. So here's what I'll out our add to it, and I know you're being sincere. So I'm gonna be here one I expert on shit. So let's start with that guy, but I do know little some. I think when it comes to privilege and we're talking about people immigrating to the US right? A lot of times those people come from families where is like the best of the best coming over here. So especially if you coming up here for like school and stuff like that. There can be some classes privilege in there. Right. And then someone just wrote in, you know, in a comment about Malcolm glad while studying there and how when it comes to access the jobs companies would rather have somebody that's not from the United States and still count as black on their ledger. Then African American person who is when the United States could have the same qualifications, but they are from America and they're like, not..
"east texas" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The, city and I I'm from east Texas. Tyler real quick how did you? Find our station you know what I think of music driving so much. All the time I just happen to be, a, given, heard Rush, Limbaugh, allies like well. Take a listen you've, got right next. And thank. God I listen you guys helped me throughout the day and. I love, you thank you Oh my I love with all. The time Keep it up now we days ten to eleven AM. And, two, to three pm on NewsRadio KLBJ Gary is or are a letter more alien presences that have been involved with this. Planet for millennia is the threats already here are artificial intelligence is I think exactly what? He says I think it is an existential, threat or are. We about to bring it into existence we don't get a backup planet to coast We could kill ourselves on? This planet midnight on News Radio tail DJ Jeff warden Ed Clements afternoons three to seventy nine KLBJ have, the border all this. Blowing up the much out of the Trump administration whoever the president is do you think? Such an act such. A policy, would be an, outrageous and terrible policy yes or no terrible terrible policy. Yes or no. No matter who it is it a terrible politics policy, we're talk about Jeff Ward and Ed Clement afternoons.
"east texas" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"Doing news and he, says. You can't sound, like, it. Hick from east Texas what time. Were you in I was in. Dallas Texas that's. In Dallas Texas too No no? No no no you, gotta, get rid of, that, one Oh I wondered about that because turns, out Texas. Is the second sexiest accent in America Behind southern can you tell me the difference between southern and Texas or there's like a Georgia? Accent that seems more. Rounded on the vows I can't do it Okay but I don't know apparently like like Lindsey Graham tens do a little better make he's? From South Carolina okay He doesn't. Like this study though, I'm ready to throw tho Iraq he's right throw rocks he's. Down Think of, southern up. Over yon- I've, never heard anybody say that before but one of my. Dad's. Army buddies is from Mississippi, okay and so as a kid we would travel all the way to Mississippi Divisible family and. So it was one of those, things where, you would get back home, and you would notice, some of it rubbed, off but I can, remember, different, things at, the time yonder was one of them y'all of course there were several of. Those but for you know a lot, of people whether, it's east coast midwest Dr. West coast think they get the Texas, accent and the southern accent mixed up for you you. Go. Back into the Texas accent, no prob again but I'm afraid it'll stick So you, don't wanna do it no That's no, fun it'd be great on our producer Craig Collins, who's not here today hernia surgery. Cash.
"east texas" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Texas for a couple of minutes here the great state of texas first of all our our state continues to be recognized by investors and producers worldwide as being a great place to own part of an oil well so that has been neat to see our even out there you know ranked with countries as has been a great place to be in oil and gas you are a fan of east texas versus the permian basin especially for a first time investor for somebody that is looking for their first project to be part of the reason you'd like east texas markers is value you just get more bang for the buck don't you for my viewpoint east texas i like east texas the gulf coast and some parts of south texas east texas in the gulf coast because you don't have the high entry fee okay so you just think of it as a fine restaurant if you decide to go to downtown dallas and you have two choices you have to michelin two star restaurants now one of the restaurants you have to pay an initial annual fee thousand dollars just to walk in the door and then order steak or some fish or whatever and now the restaurant has exact same menu but you just all you have to do is make a reservation you don't have to pay the thousand dollar fee well which restaurant would you go to pete i go to the one where they don't have the fee unless you're some reason yeah the fee restaurant either from the people i can hang around with gets me more business or if there's some some some feature of that other restaurants that makes superior but there is there is a feature in the permian basin there's a lot of oil in the ground but there's a lot of all in the ground and insects the reason people will pay the high prices in the fees is it's gotten so much press so a guy let's say a money manager in london or new york and he says you know what i want to get a part of our company a division in oil and gas where should i go they start googling oil.
"east texas" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Anything from a top water a frog flip in who you name it it's just great old just like we have down here in east texas and then the south south dakota swing a walkie that is the great unknown it's always fun to go to new places and when you go to a new place there's never any real history or any preconceived notions the the one thing i have kind of figured out from looking at tournament results in the past looks like it's a pretty much a small amount only fishery with really clear water so and you know it's going to be one of those kind of terms but i'm thinking it might be able to fish you know kinda i'm i'm i'm looking for a top water by maybe that'd be awesome in catching a in a life like that have tons and tons of small enough it's hard to catch the bigger ones in anything bigger really distances you from everybody else pretty quick and then on top water is a great way to do this you know what the the bass rules run allow me to tell you a thing about lake hawaii but i had fish better not tell me i can't tell you a thing but i'll tell you i'll tell you that i have the only thing i can tell you is that i have fished it every summer for about the past i don't know eight nine years and you guys are going to have a lot of fun that's that's that's yeah you're seeing more of this great country i mean that's one thing i've got to do for my career is go to a lot of places throughout this country and spend some time and kind of get to know the people and what you know what they what the areas like and what what's really cool about where they live and i'm really looking forward to that because i heard they have a bunch of those crazy birds running around in the might have to take a trip back up there this fall well the folks at spring creek marina david he'll and and those days where you're going to be launching every day can handle that as well as as they've got a pheasant advocate there's well i'll hey let's shop for dad for father's day a little bit and i want to.
"east texas" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"Thank you for the comments and thanks for clarifying i heard that from over here but you know you know i'm i'm sitting at the different microphone the normally am so i'm this is i'm getting used to it yeah so we're talking about right and this is your obscene morgan billion for c four and i'm talking with andrew linger who will be hosting the brett hollander show today from one to three about this tragedy that we are just learning about santa fe high school in south east texas you know i myself grew up in texas i was born and raised in east texas may as won't be another country from southeast part of texture but you know one of the things about texas is the camaraderie the small town feel regardless of whether you're in downtown houston or whether you're in backwoods of east texas so my heart really goes out to these families and to the students and who witnesses and of course the people who lost their lives i mean this isn't it credibly senseless tragedy you know and and it's something you know for at least for today i encourage people you know be civil to one another in focus on the on the children on the people who lost their lives you know and as for once at least that's a country i think that we can agree like you said earlier andrew we want to keep our students safe we can have to debate tomorrow and keeping them safe in actuality in reality perceptions of safety and then there is the actual reality of safety and they did i i would argue that we spent a lot of time in america talking about changing perceptions of something when in fact we're not chief fighting the problem that's actually on the ground and so we it's funny because what steve was talking about the issue of mental health and psychotropic drugs with kids that is another conversation that we absolutely need to have as a nation if it's going to help the situation then why would we not bring why would we not talk about this is a sensitive topic you know in in it's difficult to talk about mental health but if it's actually going to make our students safer than that's something that we.
"east texas" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Tackle orlando brown of who was supposed to be shopped again going third but you know i watch those guys you know my highway speed guy i think is interesting and then you know see what the team needs and obviously who i'm gonna be playing you know the cowboys are after the giants strath resume drafts follow it was you favorite pro football team guna house breath fargo man i'll love breath reform i loved that you know bluejeans let's go put on these pads and this will get it done on his it because he seemed like a genuine country guys from mississippi likes to hunt fish seen similar interests when i like about doing he just you know out there and slang it this kind of out his most of them asleep and upping why money might be the way the way that he played the game you come from east texas draft in my feeling are you in philly year round or go back home to texas where were you know spending tender nell season it's usually here my my wife's so i got a house in oklahoma watson moghal obama so we lived there and then mambas earn hustle there any saxon soa kind of bouncing all my family's in east texas on just kind of bounce around and it is deficient in pretty much susan susan friends and then they had back up here we do down there and fear of ranch down there so do that you know he has a guy come out there and survey every year you know how many needs to jail i'll go out there and kill the coals you know though vixen enemy shot but neil yes halls and bob cast how he so you know you have all the phone ever got high rack we all have if you have a good time manager you don't think it was it was interesting last few years in south texas i mean dude it'd be member and i'm sitting in a stand is ninety degrees yeah i'm in tennis shoes shorts in the same shirt i'm more right now traffic sleeveless shirt of like really is not immigration i'm gonna monchy do you send there's like being paul newman in much absolutely sweating my ass beating the shit out of yellow jackets and stuff like that and i'm thinking dude mrs misdemeanor.
"east texas" Discussed on On The Media
"Was an enlightened progressive minister long before that was a hip thing to be in superconservative east texas even back in nineteen fifty four he was preaching for example that brown v board of education was a good thing which is just nuts in east texas in nineteen fifty four and he caught a lot of flack for it and he spent a lot of time fighting for people who were disenfranchised fighting for poor people he was personally welcoming gays to his church here in south austin he went on a hunger strike to try to make this a real issue for the methodist church and ultimately the methodist church made a few begrudging changes but nothing really big although eventually i mean the methods church like all churches has slowly been breaking down some of these walls and charles's peers believed that he had a lot to do with that in any event by the time he poured gasoline on himself and set himself a flame in that empty parking lot he was deeply disappointed man and his suicide notes specified why he was making the ultimate sacrifice he actually titled it grants lean repent of your racism he spoke of all the people who had been lynched there and and set on fire and he said that his sacrifice he was going to join them in their martyrdom and to give his body to be burned here is some tape from a documentary called man on fire a film that sprang from your texas monthly peace majority of like the black people in this town they're not going to go to grains lane they're not gonna go to grains lean they're not going to hang out and grains lean they don't have any friends from grants lane and they're just like they're still rice with the clintons there you know lynch people there they don't like you.
"east texas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"People with roadside stands selling boiled peanuts in peaches and it's just a crew tree highway and a road that i think for black folks niimi think about the great migration of people leaving texas that was the road north that was the road to get out of texas attica lock wanted to set her bulky in the sort of town they were leaving behind she herself is a texas native and she knows those places because her own family story was the flip side of the great migration while others left they state and we we are defined by the fact that we state that we said no texas is hours to other people can go we will not judge you for going but we're going to stay in fight this is hours and people think about blunt texans when we think about texas they think of marble man in the southwest and people don't think about east texas and farmers but i come from a clearing and people i come from people formed cotonou and informed corn on their own land so i know this area it's red dirt i like to say he's in my veins the store she tells takes place in a fictional town she calls lark texas one of those small towns along highway 59 up by you to one side one day the body of a black man turns up in that water and three days later another body this one a white woman the state police detective hero of the novel finds that odd here's attica lock reading a passage from our buck southern fables usually with the other way around a white woman killed or harmed in some way real or imagined and then just like the moon follows the sun a black man in the dead let's talk about the main character in this story his name is dan mathews he is a texas ranger a proud texas ranger as as they are but he went to law school in chicago before his career in law enforcement so he brings this perspective of both a native son and.
"east texas" Discussed on KQED Radio
"People with roadside stage fans selling boiled peanuts in peaches and it's just a tree highway and a road that i think for black folks who need to think about the great migration of people leaving texas that was the road north that was the road to get out of texas attica lock wanted to set her bulky in the sort of town they were leaving behind she herself is a texas native and she knows those places because her own family story was the flip side of the great migration while others laughed they state and we are defined by the fact that we state that we said no texas is hours to other people can go we will not judge for going but we're going to stay in fight this is hours and people think about blunt texans when we think about texas they think of marble man in the what the southwest and people don't think about east texas and farmers but i come from a criterion people i come from people who formed cotonou and and farmed corn on their own land so i know this area it's red dirt i'd like to say he's in my veins the storm she tells takes place in a fictional town she calls lark texas one of those small towns along highway 59 up by you to one side one day the body of a black man turns up in that water on three days later another body this one a white woman the state police detective hero of the novel finds that ought here's attica lock weeding a passage from her book southern fables usually with the other way around a white woman killed or harmed in some way real or imagined and then just like the moon follows the sun a black man ends of debt let's talk about the main character in this story his name is dan mathews he is a texas ranger a proud texas ranger as as they are well but he went to law school in chicago before his career in law enforcement so he brings this perspective of both a native son and also a sort of.
"east texas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"People with roadsides stands selling boiled peanuts in peaches and it's just a crew tree highway and a road that i think for black folks who need to think about the great migration of people leaving texas that was the road north that was the road to get out of texas attica lock wanted to set her book in the sort of town they were leaving behind she herself is a texas native and she knows those places because her own family story was the flip side of the great migration while others left they state and we are defined by the fact that we state that we said no texas is hours to other people can go we will not judge you for going but we're going to stay in fight this is hours and people don't think about blunt texans when we think about texas they think of marble man in the southwest and people don't think about east texas and farmers but i come from agrarian people i come from people who formed continent informed corn on their own lands so i know this area it's red dirt i like to say is in my veins the storm she tells takes place in a fictional town she calls lark texas one of those small towns along highway fifty nine up by you to one side one day the body of a black man turns up in that water and three days later another body this one a white woman the state police detective hero of the novel finds that odd here's attica lock reading a passage from our buck southern fables usually with the other way around a white woman killed or harmed in some way real or imagined and then just like the moon follows the sun a black man ends of dead let's talk about the main character in this story his name is dan mathews he is a texas ranger a proud texas ranger as as they are but he went to law school in chicago before his career in law enforcement so he brings this perspective of both a native son and.
"east texas" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Hundreds upon hundreds risking their lives to save their neighbors texans helping texans we had among others we had louisiana sent the cajun navy over a hundred boats they go in and say people in a coke jamba live now that's neighborly love i met people who'd come from or worth from lubbock from east texas from oklahoma from illinois from alaska from new york and i was at the george are brown center the shelter that was set up bennett an individual there the new york firefighter big guy he told me he was serving new york fire department on september eleven and he told me one nine eleven hit new york when that tragedy that terrorist attack hit he said the love new york received from across the country the outpouring of support that new york received across the country made a profound impact on it and he said now when there is a major natural disaster he just gets in his truck had heads down helm and he said you know what that's just my way of saying thank you by way of saying thank you for what the country did on september eleven he wanted.