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"gulf mexico" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:39 min | 4 months ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"120 countries. This is Bloomberg radio. Now, a global news update the inflation reduction act is headed to the House after clearing the Senate, the bill was approved with vice president Harris casting the tie breaking vote following a marathon weekend session. The house is expected to take up the massive economic plan on Friday, majority leader Chuck Schumer hailed today's approval of the package as historic and long overdue. Police and Cincinnati are investigating a mass shooting that wounded 9 people at a bar early this morning, begun fire erupted in the city's over the Rhine district, about one 30 a.m., police say all of the victims were being treated for non life threatening injuries at a nearby hospital. A Cincinnati police department spokesman says one responding officer fired his weapon at the shooter, but it's unclear if the suspect was hit as he fled the scene. There were no reports of arrests. The governor of New Mexico says she's sending additional police to Albuquerque to investigate the fourth murder of a Muslim man for Muslims have been killed in separate shootings in Albuquerque since November and police believe the murders could be related. I'm Chris karashi. You're listening to Bloomberg intelligence with Alex Steele and Paul Sweeney on Bloomberg radio. All right, well, U.S. lawmakers $370 billion climate and energy reconciliation proposal includes three key takeaways that would be most impactful for the oil and gas sector. Let's drill down on that with Bloomberg intelligence analyst Brandon Barnes. All right Brandon, what are those key issues for the energy space? Hey, Paul, I like the use of drill down there. That's good. And let's start with drilling, right So EMPs are probably the most impacted in terms of cost being added to them from the proposed reconciliation bill. It is coming in two different ways. One is a methane fee, which is a very popular approach from Democrat and those opposed to fossil fuels these days is trying to tag a fee on for emissions of methane at various places. Well head, compressors, pipelines where have you? The other one is going to be they're going to raise royalty rates on federal lands to 4% raise. These are billions of dollars across the industry, but that's helpful when you actually have landed drill on from the federal government, which is what brings us to the second takeaway, which is there's a net positive for offshore. So offshore drilling in the U.S. as we all know, gulf Mexico is primary target for exploration and production. There has not been a viable acreage sale from the federal government since before the fall of 2021. And so that has and we weren't supposed to see one until at least fourth quarter of 23. So this bill addresses all of that and everything in between and even going back further by reinstating old sales that were invalidated by a court. Let me give you a couple of people who are important in that place. You've got Chevron, Oxy, BP Shell Exxon. All of them were the highest bidders from that sale that would be reinstated a $192 million in bids. That's just one sale. They're supposed to happen at least once a quarter. And we haven't had one. So this bill would put that back into place. Third thing, we wanted to talk about was actually outside of this. Whatever background dealings were going on between senator Schumer and Manchin was allegedly part of that was we're going to agree later on to change federal permitting altogether. Sometime in the fall, maybe end of September. Big changes to energy infrastructure permitting, which hits renewables and oil and gas infrastructure in the same way because no one's getting anything built based on permitting, challenges in the course, et cetera. Interestingly enough, there's a carve out for mountain valley pipeline equitrans midstream that is the big one we think intervention has been using to try and he wants to get that push through. That goes West Virginia to Virginia, big gas pipe and stuck for a long time. Brandon, just give us a sense here. I mean, we were just paying $5 a gallon for gasoline a few weeks ago. There's real energy shortage that's going to get very acute in Europe this winter. What's the feeling with any energy space within the regulatory aspect of the energy space about, okay, we need to move towards clean energy, but boy, we also need some of this fossil fuel stuff, the tide is over. There's a lot of energy insecurity out there. How do you think about that? Well, look, I think that's we talked about this before and with reference to midstream, especially LNG exporters, right? U.S. keeps getting hit in different ways, LNG Freeport went offline because they have fire. They're trying to get back up. It just recently come to agreement with Sims of the federal regulator there. You got to be in pass and schneer. They're trying to push back on an air rule. Like there's all this regulatory morass that is threatening transmission and export of energy that could really help Europe, especially on the natural gas side. So I think there are certainly positive signals coming out of the companies in the energy and gas oil and gas companies here that are saying we wouldn't mind having this bill out there because that would help with, especially federal acreage for offshore, but maybe we get some permitting deal that we really badly need. Yeah, because it's interesting. Again, I think most people generally support the move towards green energy, but boy, I just had WTI crude at a $120 a barrel, you know, a few months ago with since come down and but it just seems like and I keep asking people, well, we'll just go build a new refinery, you know? And they tell me, it's not so easy, number one, and number two, there's really no incentive to go do that because, again, they're getting a lot of pressure from a lot of areas to move towards green energy. It seems like it's a very difficult transition. Yeah, really mixed signals coming out of Washington D.C., right? They're being big oil companies being called greedy. They're saying that gas prices are here because you guys are trying to get bigger profits. But just the way energy works worldwide, it's all connected. That doesn't really ring true. And what's being offered from certain corners of policymakers is let's push hard for green shore. But there's no bridge. There's no bridge from where we are now the way we consume electricity the way we use it for transportation and where people want us to go. And that reality just hasn't been crossed. I think that's the mix we get between politics in D.C. and sort of the reality of electricity and energy consumption in the United States. Right. I mean, $370 billion, this climate energy reconciliation proposal seems like a big number to me. Is it give us a sense of how material it is? Will it move the needle? Probably, I mean, honestly, this is more of a political move than anything else. This is let's get a win. We need something. We couldn't get those back better. This is a very light version of build back better. The last bill they got through that infrastructure act was over a trillion. And so this is much smaller in terms of the bigger packages that they would try and get through. Overall, it's in the $700 million range, but there's some energy and climate portion of 370 billion. We're talking about hundreds of billions of dollars. Those are big numbers, but for government spending, it's not a ton and it's likely that what this is going to do for the most part is this is targeting the tax side, right? Let's get some incentives out there to continue building those renewable projects. Let's get some incentives out there on EVs. Let's try and push people to come back to the table and develop again. All right, great stuff there, Brandon really appreciate it. Our thanks to Bloomberg intelligence analyst Brandon Barnes. All right, while we're talking about bill's another major piece of legislation in the works is the $740 billion inflation reduction act. The renewable industry may benefit if it passes while others like big pharma might not be so lucky. For more, let's bring in Bloomberg intelligence and senior government analyst Duane Wright Dwayne, what's in this bill for the healthcare industry? There's a couple of pieces and we start with the pharmaceutical side of things. The bill includes the Democrats long-standing goal to bring in drug prices. There's a provision in the bill that would allow or require the secretary of HHS to negotiate prices on some high expenditure or D and part D drugs and those prices would be available in the Medicare marketplace. Now the bill is and what's been proposed is short of what Democrats had proposed in the past. But there are enough moderate Democrats in the House and in the Senate to scale back the proposal so that we're looking at each of the first couple of years, only a handful of products ten to 15 products that will be subject to negotiation and those prices would be passed on to Medicare, to savings are not as big as what Democrats had hoped they'd see in previous proposals, but they are significant. It will bring in about a $100 billion in savings

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:48 min | 4 months ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on WTOP

"The oil price information service tells us by how much. The average price is on a collision course, I would say with below $4. And that will happen probably around the middle of this month. And that's almost updated complete. It's like shooting fish in a barrel because wholesale prices have dramatically declined to drop in many cases below where they were before the Ukraine invasion. So you've got a little bit higher prices in the D.C. area in the northeast because you use reformulated gas, but even those prices and the wholesale markets have dropped 30 cents. So we're going to probably flirt with Joe DiMaggio's record streak of 56 days. In this case, 56 days of down moves next week. And we may get into the 60s before the middle of August. So what do you anticipate past that? I mean, can you even kind of project forward? You know, I think it can project, but you tend to say, I mean, right now, we're removing through a summer gauntlet where if you have hurricane formation in the gulf Mexico, where if you have power outages for refineries or if mister Putin is up to some of his ill well in Europe, you could see prices bounce back. But I don't think you'll see the street bounce back for the first three weeks of August. The rest of the world really does have to have its fingers crossed. And I think we have to, for the tropical development, which could really throw a monkey wrench into prices two or three months from now. So barring that, what is it? Is it OPEC stepping up production? Is it a better oil production and gasoline production in the U.S.? What factor is driving the downward trend here? Well, I think the market has priced in at least a shallow recession in the United States and perhaps in Europe. So a lot of the speculators have really exited and licking their wounds. The other thing is that Russia, for all of the scrutiny that is appropriately being rendered for them, they have been still exporting about as much fruit as they were before. The Ukrainian invasion and maybe that's because their own refineries don't demand much proof because they're in a deep deep recession or even something close to depression there. So we've been lucky, but you have to watch out for the world is a much more dangerous place than it's been for 20 years. So there's some things that can really sort of lead prices to bounce back. Not to the next three weeks. That's Tom close a global head of energy analysis for the oil price information service, crunching the numbers with Sean Hillary. You are listening to 103.5 FM and WTO P dot com. Say hello to

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Comedy Show

Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Comedy Show

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Comedy Show

"Shark basically just comes right up and canada's eats her again that's at anxiety that oh that one always bothered me for some reason it was just like because she's so innocent she just so completely innocent and you can hear her in a voice that she's just trying to save the martha who played margie margie. Marj aren't large. She and her sister susie where two of the number one number two sailors in the world when they when she got cast in her sister. Susie train us out of sail the boats and stuff and she's a schoolteacher. Now so i keep in touch with the mall. Do you still sale to this day. I probably can. But i haven't we haven't again there. It's funny when i was when we were on the gulf of mexico. It didn't feel dangerous at all. Despite the fact that the locals didn't want us there and they were chumming in the water when we were shooting trying to bring sharks to kill us while we were shooting the actual film so for some reason on the gulf of mexico it never bothered me never sold scary or anything even though you know you have these huge basking sharks go past you and you could have been scary. But had we filled it in the atlantic ocean. I would have been freaked out and most of the time. I'm either in the pacific ocean or the atlantic ocean. And i don't wanna on onto passenger gulf mexico. Just felt like it was just a big bathtub or something did read. There wasn't actual shark. They kind of came into the actual thing. Mike while y you're filming they literally were. There was a shark rodeo. The column which a fishing contest one peer down from the pier from our hotel and they only did that to piss off. They were jumping all the time and we were so naive the the they told the kids all kids. Don't worry about the sharks. We have Scuba divers with dark guns. So you'll be fine. Well if you know anything about sharks kept take two seconds. They're not gonna even have loaded that they. Yeah so. that was scary. Keith gordon on his little rubber boat he had a was a little sharp. Maybe a foot long that just he must have thought keith's boat was the mother or something he just. He followed it around for a couple of days. And then i think he accidentally was coming into shorting killed it by going on over the top of but the horrible story. Anyway how. I did read it as something kinda funny about the movie as in the beginning. Like when roy brody's character they find the orca kind of in he's like this is a shark and that was kind of like there was a little bit of movie. Trolling going on. Though there was a movie called will jaws came out and then or the movie came out in an orca or kills. A great white shark is sort of a swipe at jaw show. Who is more dangerous. Yeah yeah that was bo derek data. I don't remember. I don't always work getting remember bulgaria. You don't remember the work. I remember bo derek. And then you guys reese white back. Family dead orca movie. Trolling in its best. Right there right there. That was cool. That that that that Orca was. I don't know what they made out of fiberglass. It wasn't a real dead animal. It was a fiberglass or something that they had put together. Did a nice job on that too pretty cool and then director. Schork went on to do somewhere in time yet. Which is a you know..

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Experience as a five year engineer. They mean definitely. Yeah i learned a lot from the experience You know one point work. Twenty five days straight sixteen hours a day then rolled over into more stuff for the kill wells and stuff like that. I was dealing with the at one point. In time i was dealing with the vp of golf mexico for halliburton and the operation manager max directly giving them updates. Because i got very involved in the bunch stuff. You talk about exposure. Yeah Actually bp gulf mexico's. Now the of alberton. Okay jeff miller sorry jeff was my vp at the time and so from that actually rolled in. I got recruited to be a project manager within halliburton because they realize that can handle juggle bunched up at once. So then. When i went to in house marathon i was a project manager which makes a mouse in house completion in jail for deep water so smart and all services for deep water. Oh okay all right. maybe good connections. There they went in house at shell after that. And then i hit a point my career. I realize you know looking for opportunity. Go the next step. Do i want to continue my kurth albert in which alborz great to me a great experience. There i don't wanna look at the operator side. Add mentioned earlier. Pretty much stuff was going to be moved international or jumped on operator. So i'd started through my resume out there interviewed with marathon murphy and then i was talking to an old boss. Halpern bob moon. Indonesia and in the marathon job popped up and decided to go for that kind of it worked out well because the connections made in house. You actually interviewed a marathon. One of the managers time said oh. I don't i don't need him. he's good things he knew. What was it like do get accepting that a that offer from an operator even at the service for so long. So i was more nervous about the quitting side accepting Because albert had been good to me inadequate experience there and manage time early liked him at ten respect for him. He was actually in lafayette. I was in houston so we don't even in the same city. So i wanted to do it face to face. I'm having to do it over the phone. Just because we're never in saint spot time wise.

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

The South Florida Morning Show

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

"And that's when they caught it. Wow but the people that caught it. The guy works for the university. He and his wife have season tickets. And then every game they bring an american flag. I love that. Thank god because they used they. They were underneath the cat and they opened up the american flag. Elka an emergency blanket to catch it and sure enough at worked out at broke the cat's fall and then cat lady did safely. And then the the the ultimate closing moment to make it the perfect story. They saved the cat's life. Turns right around and it's punches. The guy right in the head Did you see grabbed him in the chest and the guy's like oh you see his eyes to bulge out of his head like get this damn thing off or they catch it. He holds it like simba. Crowd place went to catch maxim tries. A clause is out and then the cat form. Put the poor thing. Can you imagine how scared that poor cat was all that noise just almost just filled with death so i don't think how does that work in lives. The cat doesn't officially lose a life right now. Well i don't even have to fall. And then i well he did fall so i think he only has like six left. Okay or is it nine life. I don't know how many lives nightline the nine lives. so he's got eight left all right. I guess account after that either that or he gained a couple because he gets saved. I never really was a miraculous safe. Would he have survived. Had the flag not drop. I think it depends on what it would have fallen on. Can you imagine if nobody saw it happened just fell in. Somebody's head frightening. Would that be you come when it happened watching the game. You're attacked by a cat. All these animals getting in these stadiums. What i wanted to seems like there's an animal a week Speaking of stadiums. I think the editing is done. It's taken hours to edit out all the f. bombs oh dear multiple like over ten college football stadiums chanting. F- joe biden. Yeah that's not a good sign for them not good not good at all. We got that and didn't take britney spears long to get hooked up. What is it with her and young guys to stop this nonsense. She's at cougar. Now that's coming up next little morning. Show this gen bill. We've got bill o'reilly warm it up but first traffic and weather together. What's going on. Daiki caccia very much south florida. Morning show is jen. This diener a bill got more news top of the hour. Hey speaking of weather. Where did this nicholas storm. Come from that was He was just kind of hanging out in the goal. It was a blob and listen bone. I'm a tropical storm and i'm going go dump. They say up to twenty inches of rain on texas and possibly louisiana which does not need anymore rain. I didn't like the sound of that at all. It's i just didn't pay attention to it. They had the other blob. That kind of came ashore and right you know that moved away not the big storm but in this i only saw nicholas this morning. Yeah showed up. I think he reformed yesterday. Its bid it came out at really out of nowhere is an amazing. How many storms form in the gulf mexico never mind the ones coming off africa and the one the weather. The water is so warm. They formed quickly. It's kind of scary. So i don't know any more rain than hopefully it's like do much damage. No doubt about it How about this kind of overshadowed in the whole Weekend of college football pro football which was great to see full stadiums. And all this other stuff you know all the nine eleven events. There are several in florida's well of course in governor onto santa's at them. He used the opportunity to absolutely drop the hammer on joe biden. I didn't see this until sunday night. Did you see this. No they asked him. Some reporter asked him even though he's at the nine eleven event Joe biden's not saying you by name but we all know who he's talking about with the mask mandates because remember. They got another win. The state did on friday. Here's the first part of what to santa said but listen to the second part to why would you say generally what you're taking action as unconstitutional that threatens the jobs of the people in my state many many thousands a job. I'm standing for them. We're going to protect their jobs against federal overreach. Okay that's one thing. Wow but then jin. This is the strongest statement of ever heard to santa. Say about biden. Here he comes from washington. Dc instituting unprecedented mandate which even his own people have acknowledged in the past is not constitutional. That's thought leadership. And i think the problem i have with joe biden more than anything. This guy doesn't take responsibility for anything. Oh he's so right about that boy. That's a strong statement. I it but he's right and it's about time somebody at least in in his position said something like that in l. a. the afghanistan thing amazing. How quickly that just disappeared. But i assume somewhere along the line. One of those generals will go down for it. It won't be biden's fault In the mass mandate not his fault. Ill blamed foul cheeks right. He'll blame you. Know my buddy there show linski. And i can't stand that woman Or he'll blame. Somebody happens all the time. Oh it's not his fault that horrific jobs report week before last will lower-than-expected. We inherited this. You really didn't. Yeah it's a or it's trump's fault it's like okay. When are you going to start taking. You'll take responsibility by the way for raising taxes through the roof By the way it looks like mansion is Not gonna support that three and a half trillion dollar human infrastructure being billed back america better or whatever the hell it is and they have some other democrats bailing on it too. I can't remember who that is by. Now here's the thing they the house is saying. You don't give us the three and a half trillion dollar package to throw on top of the one and a half trillion dollar package. None of it's going to pass while so now they're they're playing hard ball and i'm like okay. Nothing's going to happen folks. Yeah that may may roll on forever. They wanted to swamp. But did you see the tax increases people from that. Make a lot of money. They're going to go up to almost forty percent. I'm like oh my god wow capital. Gains tax will go up five percents. That's not good. If you're selling a house no you know what in that doesn't just affect the one percent. That's somebody selling the house trying to retire and downsize right and then all of a sudden the profit you were gonna make going into the smaller house. Well there goes that because we have to pay capital gains taxes l. and corporate tax hikes by the way had that before twenty six and a half percent from twenty one percent but biden has been thrown around twenty eight percent. So you're gonna go up seven percent on a corporate tax rate. What do you think is going to pay for that. In the long run us public's has to pay an extra eight percent in taxes or kohl's or macy's or starbucks. What do you think is to pay for it not them. The customer will pass those lack of savings on to the consumer. That'll be it. You know what even walmart's gonna do it. Oh by the way speaking of walmart talk. I'm going off track stan here. Sorry my mind's wandering at all blends in that's okay. They gave everybody. You know that big race you know what they just took away bonuses. Do they really see you later. Bye yup just took him right off the board. Nobody gets a bonus anymore because we raised hourly wages. Everything is tied in together. It all has an effect is. It's like the example. You always bring up. They raised to fifteen alderson. It was literally the next day that was announced. I went into a walmart and no one was working like it. Was you know one cashier open. I'm like wow wonder what changed. Oh yeah yeah. They raised their rates to fifteen sixteen bucks an hour. Managers get twenty something bucks an hour now. Which i'm not saying. They don't deserve but eventually walmart isn't going to lose money. Course the not targets not gonna lose money no. Does you know like at my walmart. That i go to. There's eight checkout line self-checkout lines and one woman who just wanders from checkout when you got problems all the time and it's always the potatoes to me and it's like come on they does they. Don't scan the sticker like worse. I damn sticker and he got try to pull it in and sake doesn't doesn't register. It's the potatoes. I always prefer to try. Try to go to a person you know. There's some weird little item. You can defiant walmart. I know not mine not early in the morning. There's never a cashier open man then again. I'm.

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

The South Florida Morning Show

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

"We had the most awesome story coming out of the sports world over the weekend. And we're gonna put a dinner right putting up the video right now in the morning show blog. Eight fifty w. f. t. l. dot com. This fallen cat story caught by an american flag at the. Um game you. Could you get any better. I don't think so. Wow i've i sat there and i watched it because i i saw the video. I i didn't see it live. But i had heard about it and i said i gotta go watch this. I i'm thinking how the heck did the cat get where it was. I don't know and it was under the tarp on the second level. You've been running under i. I don't know how did it get to where it and it's hanging in you watch it and i'm thinking in you know it's just one claw now it's not buying. I'm like oh this poor cats going gonna plummet to its death. You hear the moment when it goes down to the one claw all old stadium. Stop to watch what was going on here. That's when it went to one claw and that's when they caught it. Wow but the people that caught it. The guy works for the university. He and his wife have season tickets. And then every game they bring an american flag. I love that. Thank god because they used they. They were underneath the cat and they opened up the american flag. Elka an emergency blanket to catch it and sure enough at worked out at broke the cat's fall and then cat lady did safely. And then the the the ultimate closing moment to make it the perfect story. They saved the cat's life. Turns right around and it's punches. The guy right in the head Did you see grabbed him in the chest and the guy's like oh you see his eyes to bulge out of his head like get this damn thing off or they catch it. He holds it like simba. Crowd place went to catch maxim tries. A clause is out and then the cat form. Put the poor thing. Can you imagine how scared that poor cat

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on KTRH

"Believe you shot wealth in the ktrh Gulf Coast windows dot com 24 hour traffic center. And remember for your commute tomorrow, Sky Mike will be doing traffic every 10 minutes. With the rain coming, you're going to want to follow. Here's the weather all the intentional beyond Tropic Storm Nicholas, it is formed in the Southern Gulf, Mexico will be inching toward the Texas coast could be a slow mover, bringing head rainfall and storm surge our way. Hey, Flats watch in effect tonight through your Tuesday evening Trump Storm watch the storm surge watch in effect for the coasts. We're gonna be looking at some bottom of rainfall and even that coastal flooding showers. Storms likely tonight, especially overnight, low low seventies chance rain 6% and 80% chance of showers and storms on Monday ahead. Rainfall possible high low eighties traps from conditions possible on Tuesday. I mean, draws Todd Bork Oil Channel 78 in Galveston Etienne Spring 85, Katie and 83 degrees from the ktrh. Top Tax defenders. 24 Hour Weather Center Ktrh news time is 801 our top story a tropical Storm watch, which means tropical Storm force winds are possible in the area. Within the next 48 hours has been issued by the National Weather Service for Harris County. Now, according to Inland Harris County that will include Houston, Kingwood and Spring Ktrh is your severe weather station. So we have the whole staff on standby throughout the storm. Keep to your radio at I am 7 40 NewsRadio. Ktrh Governor Greg Abbott ordered the Texas State Operations Center to increase its readiness to level two starting tomorrow morning in response to Nicholas. Jeff Lindner of the Flood Control District talks about the main threats of the storm is going to bring the main threat continues to be the rain and the rain potential. The potential Back to Governor Abbott. He is ordering the Texas State operations Center to increase that level, and he is already ready to resources that will assist local communities impacted by this storm mayor turns reminding citizens to be mindful of the barricades that are currently being placed around areas that have flooded easily in the past. What I would say to people now is to be weather aware weather alerts. Let's say the next 72 hours between now and when's Day. Harris County Office of Homeland Security, announcing that they are in increased readiness. KTRH News Time is 803 Justice Stephen Breyer. Aaron National News was on Fox News Sunday and he thinks that packing the Supreme Court's really bad idea. One party could do it. I guess another party could do it. And the more thing I mean, surely Surface on the surface. It seems to me you start changing all these things around and of People will lose trust in the court. President Biden issued an executive order in the form of a commission to look into court reform and sports. Texans were three point underdog against Jacksonville, but the Texans won by 16 points. Final score was 37 16, the Texans Astros winning the series with Angels two games to one final score today was 3 to 1. Tomorrow they go up by 45. They play the Texas Rangers game time is it seven and you can hear that game in its entirety. Right here on 7 40 ktrh. News on demand. Ktrh dot com Our next update will be at 8 30 breaking news. As it happens, I'm Sally Adams on Houston's news, weather and traffic station. NewsRadio 7 40 k t. R. H Welcome to in the oil patch presented by Shale magazine broadcasting from the oil field experts Studios oilfield experts where you get the right products right now in the oil patch is where together we explore topics that affect us all.

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on KTRH

"Shotwell. And now for your commute tomorrow, sky. Mike will be doing the traffic with rain coming at you because you're going to want to follow it for your commute. All the attention well beyond Trump Storm Nicholas and is formed in the Southern Gulf Mexico will be inching toward the Texas coast could be a slow mover, bringing heavy rainfall and storm surge our way. Hey, Flats watch in effect tonight through your Tuesday evening and Trump Storm watch and the storm surge watch in effect for the coasts. We're gonna be looking at some bottom rainfall and even that coastal flooding showers. Storms likely tonight, especially overnight. Low, low seventies chance rain 6% and 80% check the showers and storms on Monday ahead. Rainfall possible high low eighties chops from conditions possible on Tuesday. I'm either as Todd work for Weather Channel 85 in Galveston, 87 from the ktrh Top tax defenders. 24 hour Weather Center Ktrh news time is 501. Our top story. Tropical Storm Watch, which means tropical Storm force winds are possible in the area within 48 hours has been issued by the National Weather Service for Harris County now, according to Inland Harris County that includes Houston, Kingwood and Spring Ktrh is your severe weather station and we have the whole staff on standby through the storm. So keep your radio tuned right here at am 7 40 ktrh in Sports, Texas were three point underdog against Jacksonville, but the Texans won by 16 points. Final score. Texans 37 the other guys 16. And the Astros winning the series with the Angels. Two games to one final score. Today was 3 to 1. And tomorrow they go up. I 45 they play the Texas Rangers. The game is at seven and you can hear that game right here on K Trh 7 40. NEOS on demand. Ktrh dot com Our next update will be at 5 30 breaking news as it happens. Sally Adams on Houston's news, weather and traffic station use radio 7 40 K T. R H. Hello, listeners. Welcome to the trading group Show..

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Well, another fall like day early this morning, but we know it's still officially summer. We will see quite a warming trend coming up over the next few days, but are pleasant, dry pattern will hold through the weekend. Gradual warming trend through the weekend gets us back to some summer like weather by the time the weekend is over the next chance of rain, probably not coming along till about the middle of next week. Tuesday night or Wednesday. Taking a look outside downtown Lucas Oil Stadium, where the culturally playing on Sunday against the Seahawks looks like good weather, then and starting out with cool temperatures early this morning, 60 degrees out at the airport, but most of the outlying areas around central Indiana are in the fifties. And it's all quiet on storm tracker radar, in fact, all quiet around a big section of the country. A few showers way up here to the Northeast, moving out in New England and then a few scattered showers out far to the west. But the whole midsection of the country, including the Gulf, Mexico, all quiet right now, anyway from any tropical disturbances. 60 degrees at the airport by 54 up itself, Bend and 58 down at Louisville kind of tells you that this green area probably sees temperatures in the fifties. Maybe when some upper forties early this morning but with plenty of sunshine through the day and all kind of balances out to about 80 degrees, which is pretty close to the average for this time of year, a little bit warmer weather out to the West and that is headed in this direction. So it stays not quite as cool tonight 62 for the overnight low at the airport, But again, some areas getting into the fifties satellite radar through the night. Not much going on there, except some ground clutter and some showers up there northeast of Detroit. Otherwise, high pressure controls our weather through the weekend as it moves off to the East. You'll see the winds come around a little bit more to the Southwest, and that adds a little bit more humidity to the atmosphere and keeps that warming trend going. Looks like that low pressure in that front to the northwest of us not really going to be here for several days so that warming trend will continue. So for today, Up with sunshine up to about 78 80 degrees this afternoon after we're starting in the fifties early this morning, another very pleasant evening. If you're headed out for Friday night football or dining out or a concert or anything outside very comfortable goes from the seventies open. They need a jacket by the You're staying out late tonight as it drops back into the sixties once again. The Petermann forecast shaping up over the next eight days. Here's how that looks with temperatures, gradual warming trend back to some summer like readings as we head towards the weekend. So about 80 today and temperatures in the seventies for the zone for Friday night football in the 11 play tomorrow, a little bit warmer 85 tomorrow afternoon. 88 Sunday afternoon for the Colts game. Looks like it should be dry weather for us on Sunday and that warming trend keeps going ends in a chance for some showers on Tuesday night and Wednesday, But that's another Cold front that drops the temperatures back to some fall like readings at the end of the week ahead. But for this weekend looks like a warming trend. Coming our way, Stephanie. All right, Thank you. Dated by 51 for commuters Right now we're still dealing with a crash on the city's south and west side along. I 70 close to the I 4 65 interchange. That's where this is plotting a bit closer runner in camera. You can see we have emergency crews on scene. The right lane is blocked..

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"We don't expect european gdp to recover to the same relative level as american twelve months behind the us and because they haven't injected enough cash into the economy thing is that they and they not europe is a very complicated structure in the euro and all sorts of rules and whereas the us is a sovereign in a simple straightforward sense if congress decides and disposes of the fed keeps getting a pet. It keeps the pedal to the metal theoretic. Konami leaps forward And being months this year in which the us economy is probably grown more rapidly than the chinese economy. Something we would have anticipated and it's not equally good for everyone and of course the people at the top of american society will once again if done really well out of the fortunate enough to have any money in the s and p five hundred didn't have to do anything clever that you just kept it there you come out of this game. It's still breaking records all the time. The wealthiest people a big slices of that index and other ones have done unimaginably. Well out of this crisis. These averages are quite deceptive whereas at the bottom end as we know there are a whole bunch of folks millions of people who lost their supplementary employment labour day of rice. But you know this monday so you know this this tragedy within within this ongoing success story so it's a very mixed picture and of course we won't really know where we're up until next year or the year after because all of the difficult decisions are really. Can you keep your foot on the gas pedal or are you going to pull off and when you put off too soon that that's where we are now though is very rod. That is the whole debate. It's huge technical. It's all about trying to gas. What indicated tells you this which of the labor markets too tight and that's walk. The wall street journal bloomberg. Tv anytime if you turn on those channels that's the entire conversation now. Okay but those tend to come at things from the right and the american right. The republican party would have us stop now. enough stimulus. There's been enough money pumped into the economy. Let's stop even joe manchin. Who seems to be the guy who's holding up the progress moving forward with the build back better package along with the infrastructure Package he's saying now okay. We had a huge climate disaster last week When we really need to put money into fixing or dealing our climate crisis he says now's the time to to hit the pause button. No now now's the time to go full steam ahead and make these major changes my opinion to get people working again to get them working on green jobs rather than Shoring up the fossil fuel industry that contributed to get us in this mess in the first place. Where do you stand on this. We have those two bills that either will pass. I think together or won't go at all and we are at a crossroads aren't we we absolutely are and if if covy wasn't wake-up cool i just don't know what else is going to be. We we live in a fundamentally de-stabilize relationship with our environment. No place in the. Us is going to feel that more forcefully florida whether you're in the coastal regions just in the path of the ever increasing intensity of hurricanes. Sweep out of the carribean announced that the gulf mexico and america needs to prepare for this. It needs to contribute to the solution to the problem and it needs urgently to prepare for this. I mean ten. People were killed in new york taylor divider. We didn't even receive a direct hit. It was just that we can't cut that. All subway system is not set up for this that we have people drowning in that basement apartments. It's it's it's a it's a crying shame. There's no secret about where they mentioned coming from the guys. The senate west virginia and his family made its money in coal and he remains beholden to those interests and tactically from the point of view. The democrats nightmare. If he resigned. We'll probably get it republic. That's right you'll be worse right wearing wearing a cleft stick here and in fairness the people in the republican party. Somebody like jerome. Powell who's apathetic. He was a lifelong republican than a trump appointee to the fed. Chair is not trying to take his the gas. I mean the question. That's being asked there. If you follow the debate in media light wall street journal bloomberg you'll see this is actually big questions about what's good for the american economy and what's good for american business and on the whole. It's not obvious that taking the foot off the gas out this particular moment is the right move especially we don't know where the disease we don't know whether pandemics going right we could have another variant coming down the pike delta could get even worse than it currently already is and that you know that to use a sports analogy and i'm not a sports person so excuse me if i get wrong. But that's an unforced error. We have a vaccine. We should be passed this now. We should be on the downslope of this pandemic. But now it's looking more like this is something we're going to be living with for the foreseeable future and don't now we need to navigate the economy in that. In that vein. You know you just have. People denying reality who would rather take a horse de warmer than a vaccine. That's been proven to keep people alive so that makes no sense and we're stuck in the middle of this now. I think i read somewhere. You said that this is not a matter of whether or not we can afford it. We anything we can dream of that. That could help this society we can afford. I had i invited i got it wrong. Correct me if before we move on think we could actually do. We can do. We can dream anything we can actually do. We can afford and that turns out to be the real problem. I mean as you're saying we can even have axiom and what we can't do is ensure that everyone is because that requires us actually to agree with each other and that and that is really difficult to achieve in riot. So you know. I'm on twitter a lot. I interact with people. And there's a guy who used to be in congress from illinois joe walsh and he was aflame throw he was a tea bag or he was one of the worst of the worst was just a reprehensible excuse for a human being well now he seems to have seen the light he understands the evil. That is the former guy he calls out. You know the the abortion ban. He's he's saying the right things he saying. I was wrong so i invited him on the show. I thought i've always wanted to. I always say. I'll debate a republican as long as we can agree on the ground rules skies bluegrass green. Most of them won't do that. So here's one so let's talk and it. Was you know it was an okay conversation. What i got was he still not very well read. He doesn't understand. he never read. I told him to read stephanie. Kelton book the deficit myth. Because when i said what about the the infrastructure bill and well you know. I think we should do. The bipartisan one. But the not the other one because of the deficit and the like. Don't you understand how those would create. He just doesn't get it the p they're so close minded so he's opening his mind to some things but not others do you. What are what are your thoughts on that. What they're now calling the build back better bill. The the the budget resolution the three point five trillion dollar on bernie sanders birthday. By the way.

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"A trending story. Hey, Natalie. Hey, Brian. The tropics are definitely active As we're reaching the peak of our hurricane season later this week, there's a disturbance over the central Gulf Mexico and what forecasters are saying is that it's got a medium chance of developing into a tropical or subtropical depression as it gets closer toward the northern Gulf Coast, either tonight. Or by early tomorrow, and it's a little too soon to show indications of it possibly impacting at least a portion of our state. You can get to work to bear that deal. Larry Thankfully, looks like it's going to leave Bermuda alone, so that one is mostly going to be for the fishes deal Looks like aside from a little tropical storm like condition in Bermuda. So you know, I was I was taking a look at this this morning. We know last year was insane Record year for Storms, everything. You remember how many we had in September. We definitely were already into the Greek alphabet. I remember that. You're right. We ended in the Greek alphabet. We had 10 named storms last year, 10. We started the month With the end storm We ended in the great gal Pha Bet. So the good news is we all have that guy. The other good news is Peak day for hurricane season. Commercial Peak Day is Friday. And we know that there's nothing out there. It's got our name on it. Always begin to like told at the other end of the peak of the season. So, Yeah, it's.

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on How to Money

How to Money

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on How to Money

"You'd be more secure when it comes to your money and some of that is overblown right like the idea of being able to buy coffee every now and again outside of the house. Like that's not gonna make a break you but yeah it is true that those little things do add up and i remember that that was one thing. My mom always told me growing up. Is that the little things. Add up and it's true like even something as small as a haircut. How much money you could lead to over you know. A few decades is pretty impressive. So yeah just just to note. You don't necessarily have to cut your hair at home i like to have someone else. Cut my hair. It's quicker to have that done. It's less messy drive there to try the lesser. Yeah so You don't necessarily have a dog in this fight. So where people want to want aside at no problem with people painting it there seeing here to each his own her own. But it's nice to see the numbers and be like. okay yes. Is it worth it for me to start at home because it will mean a whole lot more money down the road if i start doing it myself but then again you might get passed up for the race because your hair looks awful. I don't know there's a lot of things to consider. that is true man. Let's introduce the beer that we're going to enjoy this episode is by cruz blanca a out of illinois and this is echo corn gazette This is sent to us by dennis looking forward to enjoying this one on the show and we will share thoughts at the end of the episode. No doubt but for now. Let's go to the topic at hand. Matt and let's dig in people assess whether real estate investing is right for them Recently matt i've kind of become fascinated by big waves and the people that you have yeah like surfers that decide to risk their lives and go out and serve. Sixty foot swells. Well if you must have you talked about how you wanna go like if you had to go out and like a giant you know flash go out by like letting this giant tsunami or just the giant wave just overtake you like the worst thing now if you had to dine in natural disaster. That's the best way to go drowning. Drowing awful you don't drown in soon. Nami one hundred foot wave hits you. I think he just kind of like boom. You're gonna think you're out. I guess if there's a piece of wood in the way they hit you in the head sure the sheer force of that way. Dude come on. We'll see now. He's like big but they're slow. You're picturing like one of these massive like like you're talking about these giant waves that people like the big wave surfers surf. Yeah i don't think there's many of those overtaking countries or whatever no yeah right so but really yeah. The the big waves fascinating. I think it's kind of incredible how you can get it is cool. Waves that big Because i'm used to play in two foot waves in the atlantic Ocean or the gulf mexico and like sometimes the more that we research something the more we we realize that..

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

Adams on Agriculture

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on Adams on Agriculture

"And ranch news from around the world information. America's farmers and ranchers need to know on a now back to mike adams all right. Let's talk weather with meteorologist. John brennan john. We've talked pretty much all summer about these locked in weather patterns and not much change in them. Do you see any change anytime soon. Yeah we're actually going through one Now we an honestly. We did Last week so we saw Some pretty good rainfall across a lot of good Firm for much of the eastern corn belt last week and that was actually due to the ridge breakdown in the west and allowing some troughs to move into the central portions of the of canada. And the us this week that ridges breaking back down. And we're seeing them more towards the west so We will get Better chances for rainfall and actually across the western corn belt coming up here okay so those were an isolated incidents an actual breaking down of these ridges that we've seen that kind of held everything in place for so long. We're actually seeing those systems breakdown. Now yes so th the ridge that has been so strong. All summer is now week. It's still there and sit. But it's more pulsing than than it's stiff You know what it's been through for much of the summer. It's not very strong anymore. So it's allowing a lot of these troughs that have been kind of going over the top of it across northern canada. To get back down into the western. Us now so that's a good sign for active weather across the us over the next couple of weeks. At least yeah. A lot of it won't help crops this year. They've already been damaged. But it's much needed rainfall starting to get into some areas. How widespread you see this rainfall. it's going to be widespread over the northern plains for sure and that's going to start really here When we get to thursday and more likely friday and saturday first system that moves through There's a lot of heat and humidity out there in the northern plains right now and temperatures are near one hundred degrees. That's not going to change until the system moves through and so there's a lot of moisture and heat for this System to work with produce good thunderstorm activity There's it's thunderstorms so inevitably. There's going to be some spots that get missed but it looks very close to as wine spreads you can get for for Rent thunderstorm clusters moving across the northern plains. And that's just the first system to we have two more following rate in its wake One's kind of sunday into monday timeframe and another coming through in early to mid next week. That should help. Fill some of those gaps across the northern plains systems. Move into the the kind of east of the mississippi river. They're gonna lose their their punch a little bit. So we're not gonna see much widespread precipitation across the eastern corn belt but The western corner bell will really be happy about getting some more rainfall fisher mentioned temperatures. And as you said very hot as some places but other parts of the midwest Seen cooler than normal august temperatures so far a little bit yeah The systems that kind of move through last week Outside of the hot and humid temperatures chronic across the southern half of the The midwest they're on but Over the north area especially wisconsin michigan some portions of illinois and indiana ohio as well have really seen time just kind of rate at or just a little bit below normal And we're not going to see much change in that we'll see some better temperatures coming up here especially as we get into the weekend ahead of that system and through but We'll come right back down again. So temperatures. Really kind of moderate through through august is wall. Docu the detail meteorologist. John barack so john let's talk about through fall through august into september. I mean these changes in the ridges that you talked about exist setting up a a change for fall weather as well Probably not our forecast right now. is for hot or not necessarily hot but above normal temperatures. All the way through the fall across much of the country Now that's predicated on a lot of model output and We're going through a change in in In the line nina pattern so last Winter we were in la nina. Strong line union. We came back up. It's neutral category. That's where we're at right now. But we're headed back towards another line media and as we move that way we may see some changes in In our pattern a little bit more frequently than models are kind of suggesting so while we do expect some above normal temperatures throughout the fall. Probably some variable precipitation in a variable pattern with that so we may see some Variable temperatures where we get Really hot stretches and some Rather cool stretches as well. We're going la nina to anaemia nascar. Act we did that again in twenty eleven and thousand twelve so if you can remember those crop years. We're kinda doing the same same bouncing. That's not atypical I think. I don't know maybe exact statistics i think about. Seventy percents of lanya near years are followed by a second la nina so a second line union after after another one is not uncommon at all. We've got some tropical storm activity as does that send moisture very far inward or is that pretty much on the coast and that depends on how far into the gulf of mexico. They can get Really what we're looking at now. Is you know. Fred came in and that Into the east coast and that'll be moving through the east coast not spreading whole lot of precipitation or moisture westward Grace which is expected to go through. The gulf of mexico is expected to go through the southern gulf mexico and actually emerging in the pacific. So that won't be helping out any moisture and the the other one henry out there near the muda should be kinda stuck in the atlantic so that won't actually move into Into the us at all Any additional storms. That kind of developed here over the course of the fall will be kinda battling The changing weather pattern and it's gonna kind of really depend on where the highs and lows the upper level highs and those are at the time so typically in what our long range forecasters are calling for others. is more of a trough over the eastern. Us kinda tends to deflect those storms away from the us and maybe if it's a it's a it's a landfall. It'll be brief along the east coast and kind of work. Its way outward. But it tends to deflect off to the east and kind of thing like take a grace path where it goes through the southern gulf of mexico and doesn't really bring a whole lot.

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

09:25 min | 1 year ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"Yeah chris says if the rope break didn't happen in the nineteen ninety tag match between the rockers and the hart foundation and the rockers remain tag champions would britain. jim have gotten booked a singles. Could we amac's they seem brett win the intercontinental title at wrestlemania seven. That's interesting if the rockers do wind up keeping the belt because the rope break thing doesn't happen does that change the trajectory of Bret hart single competitor. Sure as hell could have because you know one of the things that we were looking at it was split up the hart foundation and go Singles with them at a martin says whether any discussions in to about trickling hall. Nash and hogan back into the wb individually or hall and nash as a tag team but not the in w or was the idea. Always just the in wwl it had many incarnations so you know there was there was talk of only bringing hogan back there was talk of a bolivian hall and nash. Back you know one end or the other so it was a lot of different incarnations. i think the vince wanted bring all three of them. Back in the felt that the three of them as the n. w was the strongest Captain chris says it's well known that you guys had to pay marvel comics for the use of the hawk name. Did you have to pay lucasfilm's for the use of the vader name. If not why not. Don't we didn't because he already had extremist darth theater. Right you stinky baiter. Okay stinky vader. That's what you're going with. Yeah so it showed me a picture of in someone the other day How's like wow man. 'cause he was all sweaty had his gloves on their on their shoulder of any idea. The putrid smell coming off those gloves. Right now that bore some bitches having to breathe in and out your main hurtful. i'm not meaning to hurtful look look lovely on in leon was great guy. Leonidas was little smelly. His air his gear was gear was very smelly. Chris says brad's ninety three episode. It was mentioned. Brett versus yokozuna steel cage and anaheim drew over fifteen thousand people are closely. Was vince monitoring. How shows and with things like this factor in his decision to put the title brett at wrestlemania. Tim how she every single day. Yeah it's business. You see what your what your businesses every day. How shows were one way to establish in what was working. What wasn't in you attraction there and it didn't draw then you look at the attraction. Look at what else is going on in the market. But yes sir. They're monitored every single day and a lot of times based on what we've read online. It feels as if the data that you guys would use to research something like that like. Who's over you know. Give them a little more this. Give them a little. Less of that is who's on top. Who ak who selling tickets. Who's selling march. And who has the best ratings right. Is that sort of the. I'm not saying now. I mean back in the day man this quarter hour miss these shirts and this guy whatnot this card. We announced him and we got this percentage wise. That's the stuff that tells you the feedback from the audience. People voting with their wallet right. Yeah it's it's when people get out of their home they buy tickets and they load up the car and they take the family down to the arena than they buy merch and they buy a hot and soda a they actually make an effort to come to see your event. Television is a little bit different. If you promote something in advance then you can attribute ratings to that if if people are tuning in just for that you see a bomb but ratings are more of a of a monitoring in you look for trends because how does the television audience. What's coming up next. You can tell them but they have to be. They already have to be engaged for your tell them what's next you can promote if you're promoting ahead week to week and you see big bumps with certain things and you see a trend than than ratings means something but really meant something is people get getting up low nut car coming out buying a ticket and participating live event or pay per view. Joe miller says lot's been said about vincent man throughout the his decades. Long run as owner slash chairman of wb. He's always talked about regularly. Good bad but never in different. Do you think. Vince is aware of the constant chatter about him. Not necessarily these days but back we'll call it the The the boom of the internet you know allowed wrestling fans to get online. And there'd be chat rooms and message boards and all that jazz. Vince feels like a guy that knew knob even joked he sort of unplugged from all that stuff like not just that stuff i just mean like how much does a gallon of milk cost type of stuff. Because he's so far in the bubble he a different life and he he lives wwe. But he's probably not aware. I and my i mean i'm just asking of this constant chad or be. There's no way he could keep up or give a shit right. Vincent busy running a business. Yeah didn't have the you know the time. Oh somebody says something about me. Does it affect business right. Yeah next wasn't the president right Michael wants to know when you hear briscoe pronounce. Vince mcmahon with his over emphasis on the last name. Is that really how he says it or is he just playing it up for the cameras courses how he says from oklahoma. We know we know that the only thing that keeps texas you fall into the gulf. Mexico's oklahoma sucks. Hey speaking of oklahoma sucking. I'm sure you invents have had a lot of conversation in the more recent weeks about about oklahoma second about oklahoma and texas. Joining the sec. Where do you stand on that bruce. Are you excited to see what. Oklahoma and texas do in the sec. Play alabama. yes oh that's bad news for y'all oh really. Yeah how so you think. Texas is gonna beat alabama out. God yes please. Alabama finally some competition. I mean not from the cheaters are you. The the sooners won the cheating. Go middle night steel land. But but the longhorns all of a sudden or god bless texas. I don't give a sheet house going to say. Do you even know the head. Coach of the texans. I mean texas. Now i love you raise. This is real years ago. I'm gonna. I'm gonna say like five years ago. I took Bruce to an alabama game and we had a great time and he would all he would intentionally cheer at the wrong time or in the alabama section of course and anytime alabama gets a first down everybody pulls their shakers out and roll tide and he would wait until it's dead. Silence and haiti a home. Run some random. She was happy because you know they hit a double whatever they did. Then you would start jumping up and down when the referee through flag. And you'd be like that's good right. I mean just random tremendous nick. Sabin is the listening room. Texas right yes you got it. You got it all down. Pat rizzi wants to know. What are the differences between hiring creative teams now versus the attitude era or even back in the late eighties was their shift when the company went public find certain backgrounds or has always been certain things that vince looked for in his creative room. There okay world creative room in the and in the ninety knows pat events and that it was may bits then. Rousseau came in weren't teams until she thousands. But that was just more of looking for people that hadn't aptitude for wanting to work in this Damian rights was test ever considered to be considered for a main event push he was up against the mcmahon helmsley era in late ninety nine beginning two thousand and was the ironman of the rumble in two thousand but he was never a main event guy. I think that we looked at test. You know with high hopes of being a mainly a guy. I think that probably the thing that Her test it some ways in the very beginning was vince russo..

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"You do just that to learn more about how you can help visit Houston public media dot org slash amazon Smile Thanks. We've spoken before about things that used to be in Houston but aren't anymore. Astor World the Comets and Arrows much more recently, the disco Kroger. There's been a similar disappearance of some key landmarks over the years in Galveston. Wayne Jones is executive director of the Galveston Historical Foundation. Tommy Boudreau is co author of The book Lost Restaurants of Galveston's African American Community. Dwayne Tommy. Good Morning. Welcome to the program. Good morning, Dwayne. Let me start with you. What immediately comes to mind for you when we talk about things that used to be in Galveston, but are not anymore. Well, there are several that come up to me come to mind immediately. One of them that most galvestonians talk about is the loss of the Ursuline Academy, which was just off 25th street in Galveston. So after Hurricane Carla, uh, that building have had some significant damage and It was removed within a few years after that, but it's it's one of Nicolas Clayton. It was one of those Clayton's really spectacular religious oriented buildings. And so we lost that. Some years ago. So that's the first one that most local people talk about as being a significant loss. What else? What other ones right after that? Well, you know, hurricanes aren't very kind to Galveston. So it's been one of one of the things that's probably determined the fate of a number of buildings that we would hate to lose. But I also think of the balconies room. I don't know if people recall right after Hurricane Ike that was totally destroyed. And for those who may not be a player with the Balinese room, it stretched out over the Gulf of Mexico from Seawall Boulevard, and it just fell into pieces from the the power of Ike and 2000 and eight But it was the great story. It was one of those sort of almost romantic and romanticized stories today in Galveston. About the underground sort of gambling and entertainment community of the island and the the 20th century, particularly in the mid 20th centuries with the Maceio family, So and I had this wonderful kind of, if you if you all remember that and see those images from the past this wonderful kind of Asian influenced architecture. That just set out there on the water with the It was just really, really amazing Little building and so that that was totally gone. And people still talk about it still has. I think it has some Sort of a social media thing following it, even to this day. Tommy, what prompted you to want to write a book about black owned restaurants of Galveston's past? Want to be honest with you. Um we were going to publish a cookbook. Um That Dr Jones, Dwight Jones suggested that we do After the first book, Allison I published and As As Blaine has sad, um Our storms, uh, devastated us over the years, and we found that we couldn't find a lot of recipes because so many people lost everything doing Hurricane Ike. But as we, um Start hearing stories about some of the restaurant owners, some of the great cooks and Galveston we decided that we would tell their story and included many recipes as we possibly could. Tommy. What are some examples of some of those restaurants that whether they were lost during Ike or or from other reasons, other times from Galveston's past that we all should really know about. Listen, had always been known for, you know, excellent food. So, uh, we had a number of them barbecue restaurants. Uh um, uh, Oliver barbecue stand why? It was called saying I don't know, because he You is indoor eating into a dining tiptop cafe, Honey Brown, Uh, people had their choice of restaurants and If they like one person leaks and the other person deal. That was kind of how you know things wet and you know, we had people of all nationalities. It was time to those restaurant and The owners were really kind of the head of this. African American communities. They were the ones who kept up with all of the city issues and so on those things that would be relevant to the African American community, Dwayne are there other restaurants or hotels from Galveston's past that stick out to you as landmarks that have come and gone. There are and I would like to mention a couple of those. But I was going to ask Tommy as she might talk about which is my favorite lost restaurant in her book, which is called the squeeze in and the building is still there, I think, but I love that name, and she might describe a little bit about it because it was pretty pretty distinctive. Yeah, By all means, Tommy. Okay, squeeze and was in an alley. Um, and the first time I heard about it, the name was kind of like uncomfortable for me. But, uh, found out that it was Mrs Richardson and her daughter who ran this. Restaurant in the alley only had about six tables and when they would prepare of the food, they had a special menu every every day, And once it was gone, it was gone. So you have people lining up in that alley waiting to get in 11 o'clock. My memory of it. I did, uh, either one day and I still remember this smothered pork chops and Mac Spectators and Grady Greens and corn bread. So, uh, it was. It was a very unique place and again. It's closed now, but the building is still there. And if you live there Dwayne, We have just a minute or so left. Can you talk a little bit about maybe some hotels in Galveston? It that aren't around anymore that people remember Sure, I think almost everybody would remember the flagship hotel, which was also over the Gulf, Mexico about 25th story, which came down also after Hurricane Ike and is now on entertainment center, of course, but The sea walls had a lot of lots of motels and the seahorse motel. People might remember that Jack Tar Motel, which was down, uh, near the end of Broadway, Uh, the Buccaneer Hotel would was also on seawall. This wonderful sort of shipped shaped hotel, which was called the S S. Galveston came down about 2000 and four So a lot of the things that we remember a lot of us growing up and coming to Galveston or hanging out down here. Lot of those motels and early hotels are are gone just because of the dynamics of real estate and the impact of storms. Still on those two Duane Jones is executive director of the Galveston Historical Foundation. Tommy Boudreau is co author of the book Lost Restaurants of Galveston's African American Community. Dwayne Tommy. Thank you both very much. Thank you. Thank you are Uncle And that will do it for today's show. The Houston matters team includes Michael Haggerty, Joshua's in Brent Ruiz and Troy Schultz. David Pittman's Our Technical director. Remember to join Ernie Menus for Town.

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The space X crew made it safely back to Earth Space. Six copies brace for splashdown. They landed in the Gulf. Mexico right near Panama City, Florida just before three a.m. and we're on the recovery ship in less than an hour, everything came together and resulted in record breaking times forgetting the dragon out of the water and the true art of dragons. Convicted murderer Michael Hernandez has died in a Florida prison. Hernandez was 14 when he killed 14 year old Jamie Golf in a Miami middle school bathroom in 2004. He was sentenced to life in prison. Hernandez appeared to have died in his jail cell Thursday. No cause of death was given. He was 31 Florida Panthers, owner of anybody. Ola is also the owner of known agenda. The Chestnut colt won the Florida Derby in March, however, did not fare as well in the Kentucky Derby known Agenda finished ninth and Better news for Vinny. The Panthers won their third Street Saturday. A high school football star in Sarasota County faces sex crime charges that have already cost him his college scholarship. Stephan Lamar Johnson, a cornerback and quarterback for Venice High School, is accused of threatening Release a video of an underage girl performing a sex act if she refused his advances. The 18 year old Johnson is a three star recruit who signed with Michigan State University last December. He's charged with extortion and promoting a sexual performance of a child. I'm Riko Shal the Sunshine Skyway Bridge over Tampa Bay will turn green tonight in honor of Motorcycle Safety awareness Month. It's part of the Florida motorcycle safety coalitions, right Smart Florida program to encourage bikers and other drivers to be alert for each other with Florida's news. I'm Kimba Tyler. Inaction is not an option. I'm Pam who's Oh Fox News. That from President Biden's top economist, Cecilia Rouse, the chairperson of the Council of Economic Advisers, tells Fox News Sunday. The president's agenda is essential to bring families and small businesses to the other side of the pandemic. She also believes as the president does that big business and the wealthiest Americans need to pay their fair share in taxes. The idea is to ensure that corporations are paying their fair share to button up some of the loopholes which have been really not which have meant that corporations were actually putting more money off short off the U. S soil. Republicans remain opposed to most of the spending in the tax increases their spending our money, our kids money, our grandkids, their future, their mortgaging it, Congresswoman Nancy Mace on Fox and friends as migrants flow across our southern border. Texas Governor Greg Abbott says the crisis effects all 50 states since illegal drugs are moving north..

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"gulf mexico" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"gulf mexico" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"It's making sure the hatches are and this sounds simple and if people main listeners in the history will say we fix a lot of that. There are a lot older companies out there. They're hatches that need to be checked in this. I grew up around production on my dad. Pump oh wells. My grandfather pumped oil wells and trust me. You need the right people to do it right. And they're actually know what they're doing the shutting off valves no doing this stuff there ways to address the simple stuff of this first and then you really go after the hard stuff and that company. That dinner was hilarious. Because he was there and i showed up late and i was sort of dragged into the dinner and then i saw him at the table which was really funny. The conversation was it was. It was the first time. I've been out to dinner with eighteen people in those a lot of sure. We re probably violating some law. So i'm just keep that on the deal. Police would not be happy about that. We're where we are in denver folks. So yeah we. There was no marijuana smoke at dinner. Renault zillah saban mushrooms. Out on the table We managed to escape by the homeless people that were outside which the denver folks wanna just allow to vacate the city center. Now tricia doesn't want me to get to political. But i'm just going i. I don't have a problem with real quick to. I'm gonna go back real quick to dakota access. No hold on. We'll get we'll get there and just say to gulf of mexico on we're going to talk about the gulf of mexico for for bp. So the gulf mexico's actually a pretty big deal. We talked about this executive order because both the secretary one or number three three nine five and then this executive one which includes all federal land and water and so it is a bit of an issue when we think gulf mexico. I if you fall production. We had this big up taken production in the last day. Two november because gulf of mexico production dropped seven hundred thousand barrels. Dan came back. So we're north of eleven million barrels per day now again because the gulf of mexico but for these operators pretty big deal. Because it's a it's a chunk of their production and they have these leases and chevron mentions. They're like well we have the. Lisa's assumed that we're gonna be able to get the permits gets a little tricky of like. Are you going to be able to get the permits or do you have like. They don't actually know yet. And the same thing for the same thing for bp is that obviously they have a position in offshore and they basically say hey. We welcome all this legislation. We welcome being in the paris climate accords and everything and so they sort of pay lip service that this is just not not a big deal. And i think there is some real risk that we would see declining production. It were we organised declining production in the gulf of mexico if indeed these operators cannot have these permits although to be fair in the gulf of mexico this is much larger capital intensive operations. So you just don't do it you don't do it. Willy nilly You can't just do a ten million dollar you something for ten million bucks an backout so this is something long. Large capital outlays. That's a lot different than than onshore. Us shale but is it something important. Because i think we can see a drop. Production and also the gulf of mexico provides a massive amount of revenue To the federal coffers. And it's a really important to realize that there doesn't matter though it's m. t. We just run the credit card up. Apparently yeah so. Don't matter wall street journal a pretty good job on unsighting. The studies though a university of wyoming study putting the hundreds of millions..

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Dallas - Texas Expected To See Rain From Marco As 2 Storms Threaten Gulf Coast

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Dallas - Texas Expected To See Rain From Marco As 2 Storms Threaten Gulf Coast

"Are are spinning spinning near near the the Gulf Gulf of of Mexico. Mexico. Fox is Adam Klotz has details. Tropical storms on the move, likely going to be both hurricanes in the Gulf. Mexico at the same time within the next couple of days. Tropical Storm Marco, currently sitting just off the coast of Cancun, this is gonna lift to the north run up into the Gulf of Mexico, really passing by perhaps Louisiana and approaching Texas, getting late Monday into Tuesday, So the timing of these are going to be really important ones going to arrive a little bit sooner, and that's going to be Marco. But they're going to be in very similar areas. 45 Mile an hour winds right now for Tropical Storm Laura, basically passing Puerto Rico as we speak. Heavy rain beginning to fall in areas of San Juan. This storm just slightly slower, but has a little bit more time to strengthen. So I do think this is a stronger storm. Adam Clots reporting

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Summer heat sizzles Europe: Portugal and Spain could see record temperatures

All Things Considered

01:25 min | 4 years ago

Summer heat sizzles Europe: Portugal and Spain could see record temperatures

"Decades with temperatures forecast break records of one hundred, twenty degrees in Spain and Portugal as Allison Robert's reports much of the rest of southern Europe has also seen a rapid rise in temperatures. Three of mainland Portugal's eighteen districts are on red alert the highest because of soaring temperatures and the rest are on orange with your priorities advising people to stay indoors and drink lots of water temperatures in half the district capitals are expected to equal or beat all time records the highest ever recorded in Portugal was just a one. Hundred seventeen degrees in Malaysia, in the interior in two thousand three as ever hear when hot dry weather. Sets in there affairs that. Wildfires could take hold and some have already broken out last year more than one hundred people lost their lives in such blazes for NPR news I'm Alison Roberts in Lisbon a slow moving weather system will pump abundant moisture. Up from the Gulf Mexico across the. Eastern third of the country through Friday show weather, service posting flash flood watches and warnings from Georgia to parts of New England saying there's the potential for periods of heavy rain which could. Lead to flooding rivers as well as urban and low lying areas heavy rains have prompted authorities to evacuate parts of Virginia city in case of damn fails the Lynchburg department of emergency services said areas near the college lake dam were being vacuuming the national weather service says at this time the dam has not failed and is being..

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