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Mac McClung soars to slam dunk title at All-Star Saturday
"Mac mcclung was in the G league at the start of the week, jumped all the way up to become the NBA slam dunk champion as part of the annual skills competition in Salt Lake City. Mcclung signed to a two way contract by the 76ers on Tuesday, scored a perfect 50 on three of its four dunks, including the two in the final against the pelicans trade Murphy the third. It's really a blur to be honest with you. I think probably a lot of stuff's happening on the Internet and everything I haven't checked, but really just grateful. I had a lot of help. A much more established player, the blazers Damian Lillard won the three point shooting competition over a pair of pacers, buddy healed in tyrese Halliburton. I'm Tom mariam.
Ayton, Booker lead Suns past Pacers a day after Durant trade
"The sun's led by as many as 26 points in a one 17 one O four winded Indiana. Deandre ayton had 22 points and 11 rebounds, helping Phoenix when the battle of the board 64 45. Sun's coach Monty Williams. I thought DA's energy effort, the Jews, the communication on the glass. I thought it gave everybody a ton of whatever you want to call it. Especially on a back to back. Devin Booker provided 21 points and Chris Paul added 19 for the sons Benedict Mather and posted 22 points while all star tyrese Halliburton finished with 18 and 5 assists for the pacers. I'm Dave ferry.
"halliburton" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Obviously better, better, better. Stock's gone like 25 to 40. I know you loaded the boat on that Lisa. A dividend pop up 33% and it's again that use a cash. Do you do it through dividend, share buyback after options compensation to executives and again, there's a dividend lift. You wonder if we'll see more of those? Well, especially in the oil and the energy space in general. And that's something that we have seen, that that's the dividend play very much in the fossil fuel producers that people are looking at now that are growing off money that don't know where to invest longer term and you see this pretty much across the board. ExxonMobil a yield of 3.2%, 5 year net growth, which is back to the gloom of oil, 3% per year dividend growth doesn't get it done. And I just wonder how that metrics are going to go. Let me give you one statistic here you're going to love Lisa. I can bring it up in the Bloomberg terminal on the FA screen. They've only got $60 billion of free cash flow. To decide what to do with it. It's such a tragedy for them. Honestly, though, this is really a story of Halliburton. Yes, but also oil major is more broadly. And to me, when I hear about people being bullish on energy companies, energy stocks, regardless of where the price of oil necessarily goes, that's the reason why. It's because of this free cash flow that they're going to pay out through dividends. Can I suggest that the British do this better than we do? We say 60 billion. Every day. So we say 60 billion, and they say 60,000 million, which makes it much more like I can grasp 60,000 million. We're responding it right now. Much better. 60,000 million. Okay, so do it
"halliburton" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Are not going to give you tons of stuff in a trade for him. That's just really not going to happen. And yet bridges is the guy you would probably want to hold on to. So I don't know how you navigate that. I was a big 8 in defender this season's been concerning. It reminds me of the centers that grew up with in the 80s, like the Joe berry Carroll type guys. Where it's like, they're getting their stats. It's fine if you're not actually watching it if you're watching it. There's something slightly missing. And it doesn't seem within the team. It doesn't seem awesome either. But on the other hand, when you make sense for a team, like one of the lower level teams, I guess Detroit couldn't do it because they're trying to tank, but I don't know what they do because they're 20 18. And the west is wide open. And I think if you have a new owner, by the way, who's, does he want to blow it up? He wants to go for it. He's in that mode like what Cuban was like in the early 2000s. Let's go. It's straight for Juan Howard. Let's trade for a Todd walker. He's probably more privy to do that. I think I have said this a million times in the bottom. I'm going to say it again. Them not taking Hal Burton was just a crippling decision. It really was. That's like one of the big drafts we've had in the last ten years because he was sitting there and he had already fallen a couple spots where it was like, wow, why hasn't anyone taken Halliburton yet? And then he lands in that Phoenix spot and they take Jalen Smith who last two years, but even you just think that one decision and they've made some good ones, but that was a bad one. That one decision that's completely different scenario right now. Booker and Halliburton, he would change the complexion of their entire team. But tyrese Halliburton has become that guy who GM's assistant GM scouts who are going to be up at night for the next 5 years thinking like, why couldn't I convince the right people in the room, even if you were a believer? Why couldn't you sell the right people that he was your
"halliburton" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"List was number three been math. Oh, okay. Well, I think well, absolutely big guy. I have watched enough summer league highlights to know that that dude is not shy. At all. Pull ups and transition from three and watching him even the few tournament games I watched too, like that dude is not shy. He's going to be playing for a bad team. So he'll be able to put up numbers. It will be interesting to be playing alongside Deandre ayton. If the pacers make that move, it sounds like windhorst was kind of saying that he thinks that's imminent for 8 and to be able to go to the pacers. If that's the case, then maybe Matthew is not taking as many shots, but I feel like playing next to someone like Halliburton Halliburton's unselfish to a large degree, so math will get a lot of shots. Keegan Murray had a number two. A guy that I think will be playing on a team where he'll get opportunities, you know, he will be playing alongside a couple of guards who take plenty of shots too, but a guy that looks like he looks for his own shot and looks like an impact sort of player. I put home germ in at number one. I just kind of feel like he's going to be the most. He's going to stand out the most for all the reasons that we talked about on our last podcast. He's got to make a huge difference defensively. I was saying before that if I did play fantasy basketball, he'd probably be my number one pick because they'll give you the most categories that he's kind of stuffing the stat sheet in. So I feel like he'll probably get it. I'd be a little bit surprised if he doesn't win it. Tickets for our 2022 iHeart radio music festival are on sale now.
"halliburton" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"It's just the thought process behind it. It's just been a baffling set of moves since they traded Halliburton. Yeah, just weird. It's nonsensical, and it's hard, it's hard to talk about without sounding like you're dumping on the kid who they pick, who again, we want to be good. We believe he can be good. It's just, I don't want to rehash the Halliburton trade, which we talked about at length on this podcast, but disaster. I just have no idea what they're thinking or what their pathway is and you know, I think sabonis and Fox on paper, it can be fun and intriguing. I just don't know. Stay tuned for part two of the top ten duos. Maybe they crack the list. Who knows? I mean, on paper, I mean, you know, I feel like they make more sense than brown and Tatum. Let's turn over for sure. But yeah, man, it's just kind of depressing and it feels like they're headed sooner rather than later again to just blowing this whole thing up, but maybe they're too stubborn to do that now. I don't know. It's just weird. It's a weird mix. They're definitely too stubborn to blow things up. So getting back to the pistons, they traded Jeremy grant. We can talk about an actual MBA player getting moved to the Portland Trail Blazers earlier this week. That tray, I feel like the pistons were kind of made fun of a little bit on NBA Twitter for what they got in that deal, which was a 2025 top four protected first round pick from the Milwaukee Bucks, which movies began draft night. Yeah, so going back to why I think the pistons are winners, they take that pick and they flip it in one of the most complicated, annoying, messy, three team transactions that I can recall trying to digest in real time with the Knicks and the hornets..
Liz Cheney Dares to Quote Ronald Reagan Following Award
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Liz Cheney Implies J6 Committee Has Evidence for a Criminal Referral
"But here she is on CNN She's loved on CNN on meet the press On face the nation on this week they used to hate the Chinese Halliburton Halliburton Remember Now they love the cheneys Because they're a disaster dizzy Lizzy Cheney on CNN yesterday cut ten go Porting this morning that your committee has concluded that you have enough evidence to make a criminal referral for president Trump to the Justice Department for obstructing an official proceeding and for conspiracy to defraud the United States This is Jake tapper who's not really asking a question he's making a statement and asking if she agrees with him Go ahead Evidence to refer Trump for criminal charges Well we have not made a decision about referrals on the committee I think that it is absolutely the case It's absolutely clear that what president Trump was doing what a number of people around him were doing that they knew it was unlawful They did it anyway I think you certainly saw that in the decision that was issued by judge Carter a few weeks ago The decision by judge Carter and she knows this but she's become a complete slime bomb A federal district judge the central district of California who's known to be a whack job radical Puts language in a decision affecting John eastman and attorney About the president There were no hearings there were no evidentiary hearings There were no there was no jury There was nothing And he accused the president of the president of criminal liability And for that he should be removed from the bench He should be removed from the bench and he should have his license taken from him
"halliburton" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast
"I don't know. I don't know if that was a trade that Ron Gutman came up with. A couple of weeks ago said, oh, maybe this is something that would consider, it's something the Lakers will have to look at. And we'll talk about Russell a little later because there was some stuff that came out today that we need to get into again. Right now we're celebrating the win, but we'll get into that stuff. Would they accept that? I kind of doubt it. I don't think the pacers would go for that. If they would, I think the Lakers would have to seriously consider it, but I'm pretty high on brogden. I think they use a tremendous player and a great fit. But have some health concerns there. But we're going to get into the Westbrook stuff in just a little bit and what that might mean on the trade front. Yeah. Go ahead. I don't know why the pacers would do it. Honestly, more, I think thought about it is because Russ and tyrese Halliburton, that's worse than Malcolm Brogdon and Halliburton because obviously your number one priority is just make it sort of Halliburton continues to progress. And again, like we've talked about a lot recently, a less Russell Westbrook is willing to change his role like a lot. I don't see why the pacers are mainly because they have tyrese Halliburton at this point. Oh, somebody said, Trevor, how was your daughter's soccer match? I mentioned it on the front office show. It was good. It was a lot of fun. A bunch of 5 year olds running around in a swarm kicking a soccer ball. So I got that today, the galaxy got a win. The Lakers got to win. It's been a good day, but a good day. Yep. Manny James said love the way LeBron competed in this game and no quit rubbed off on the entire team and they all locked in and started playing team ball especially in defense. You know what? I have two ways of looking at this. First of all, we should, yes, credit the Lakers for playing the playing the level of defense that they did, being fired up by LeBron scoring. It shouldn't take that. We talked about this a little bit our Lakers Asian dot com group chat. The Lakers can be this team where their defense and their defensive effort and intensity can be determined by whether or not shots are falling on the offensive end for them. Now part of that is the domino effect where if you make shots, you're largely getting to set up your defense and play up against a half court offense instead of going into transition..
"halliburton" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane
"Think the kairi stuff to in the actual article with the quotes from Shawn marks. He very much said it was about lifting the mandate, not about Kyrie getting vaccinated. But just that is the world continues to change and we of all policy around coronavirus and all that he hopes that they ultimately change as well. Let's get into our least favorite topic. Injuries, which unfortunately do happen in the NBA. So many, man. It's crazy. A lot of. But all right, let's get into one that's at least somewhat positive. Miles Turner. Obviously been out dealing with stress reaction in his foot. However, it's hopefully it's hopeful that he will return after the all star break. How soon after we'll see, you've got to be careful, particularly with a big guy with a foot injury like this, but I am curious to see what miles Turner by himself. Now that sabonis is gone, you bring in Halliburton. What can he look like in there on his own? That's piqued my interest, and so whenever he gets back, I'm hoping that he can stay fully healthy and we get an idea of what that really is. And it's important for the pacers to find out as well because just because they didn't train him at the deadline, doesn't mean they're not going to trade him this summer. So they still need to find out what they've got here in miles Turner. Can he be the lone beg? Does that improve him? What becomes of him when he's in that scenario. So I'm curious to see how this plays out for the rest of the season. I agree, there's been a couple of people that have said, you know, why? Why would they even bring him back in my thing is they're doing quite fine on losing games with or without him. I don't think that's going to really change things. They are 8 games out of the plan. So that's clearly like that ship has sailed. That's not happening. But then there's 6 games clear of the teams at the bottom of the conference too. So maybe they could lose enough to catch up to the rockets or the thunder and drop into a top three positioning, but that might happen anyway. I think it's more important really evaluate what we've got. The rest of the way here, get Turner back at Malcolm Brogdon back. Chris duarte got hurt yesterday. He's going to miss a couple games. But it doesn't sound like it's anything serious. Sounds like he's got a jammed toe or I think it was. So jammed toe, not toe jam. Just to be clear. So I saw your smile there out of the corner. It crossed my mind there for a moment. So yeah, but let's see, I mean, they've been kind of fun. The last couple games with tyrese Halliburton kind of leading the way and you're seeing what it kind of looks like with him as the full on lead dog of a team now. So yeah, I'm very curious to see what they become with Turner in the lineup and what that group could potentially look like..
"halliburton" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"Just the idea of what makes for Sean Holmes so good, it doesn't really work next to the bonus who loves that mid post area where rashawn Holmes tends to roll into. And who tends to like end up in the range of like that short roll area and dribble handoffs, right? Like it's just not really going to work, sorry. I got a text message, like right in the middle of that. There are trading not real. Yeah. Literally about the Halliburton trade from like an NBA person. I'm trying to figure out what they're doing. It's 8 in the morning. I'm recording. I'm writing an article. I'm doing my best and processing because it takes me a little bit longer than I'd like it to. So. In terms of long-term planning, you've given up 7 to 8 years of tyrese Halliburton to pick up a player that I think minimizes your ceiling. In demonic sabonis because I don't think he's good enough defensively. He's a great offensive player. But I don't think he's good enough on defense without incredible insulation to where it's really truly gonna work on that end. And Justin holiday is a good defender. He's not a great defender. Harrison Barnes is a good defender. He's not a great defender at this point. Like, they be on Mitchell's a great defender, but if I'm an opposing team, I'm just keeping Davey on Mitchell out of every screening action that I can under. And you mentioned the idea of the avion Mitchell and getting back to the point that I want to make here, I guess maybe to close before I'll give you another point before we move on. But taking Davey on Mitchell in last year's draft seemed bonkers at the time for the kings, given that they already had deer and fox and tox Halliburton. And buddy hill because you look, I'm not saying that I think that they probably have a lot of pressure to make the playoffs in Sacramento. Vivek is a hands on owner and a rookie probably wouldn't have made the difference between them going from 20 and 35 to whatever they would need. 25 and 30 or whatever. But I do think that having Davy on Mitchell on this roster gives you a comfort level to trade. Tyrese Halliburton, that maybe you shouldn't..
"halliburton" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"And Halliburton at 12 seemed like an actual hit, right? Like we got it right, even this year Davey on Mitchell were both Dave and Mitchell fans who were like, that's a crowded back chord. I didn't see this. I don't know how this works. Halliburton is a God that we've raved about that archetype lately of this big passing connecting, seamless guy that can play it anywhere is actually shooting the ball, any of the questions coming to college or erased in. He is traded. I like sabonis. I do, I think I just value tyrese Halliburton so much higher when that tweet came out that he was gone. It was kind of like I was back on the end of the bench, losing a BuzzFeed beer. I just put my hands in my head and I just said, I don't. I don't know what's happening here. This can't be a real thing. Yeah, so I don't want to give short shrift to demonstrate bonus. Correct. Correct. Yes. And before we dive into undoubtedly why I wouldn't have done this move, I was the kings. I want to pay attention to why to Mona simonas is probably someone that the kings valued and decided they want to do acquire. Sabonis is one of the best offensive centers in the NBA average is essentially 20 points, 12 rebounds, 5 assists, something like that. He's exceptional and dribble handoffs. His feel for the game is outstanding. He's kind of like a bull in the China shop in the paint. He is incredible in terms of being able to use his shoulders, he uses footwork to be able to carve out just that little inch of space that he needs to finish in the basket. His dribble handoff game, I think, is really going to mesh well with the Aaron Fox. There is any look the kings have an interim coach right now in Alvin gentry, album gentry's a really fucking smart offensive mind. I think Alvin gentry is going to be able to figure out how to utilize dear and Fox and demonic sabol as well together. And the way to do it is you start the ball with Davey on Mitchell and his hands. You put deer and fox on the right side of the court, you run essentially like a dribble hand off action. You put the ball into the bonus hands. You have Mitchell go screen to the right side of the court, have Fox come up and fly up to get him on the move. And then you run like all sorts of crazy dribble handoff action with Fox where he's on the move already and you can let bonus make some decisions and dribble handoffs. I think there's actually a lot there that will work for Sacramento..
"halliburton" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"On the show in the building to talk some NBA trades to talk to his number one boy. It is Matthew penny, what up Ben? How are we? We're good. It's been a crazy morning, crazy afternoon for you. I'm working on my levels here. I know you saw the interactions on Twitter that my voice doesn't align to my body and it was compared to Jim halpert from the office. Toby from this is us and Braun Strowman from pro wrestling fame. A couple new ones in there for me. I've got the, I've gotten the gym for the office, the John Krasinski, once in a while, he's like the Coca-Cola and I'm like the RC Cola version of that. And he actually grew up down the street from where I'm recording. But the other ones were new ones. I'm just trying to be a little bit less self conscious here and empower through and talk trades, which is a little out of my comfort zone, but we're prepared. We do the best we can. We're ready. Matt penny is nothing if he's not always prepared. And I told him last night like, hey, you know, just let's talk trades in the morning. Just do a little bit of prep. And you'll be ready and he's always ready and now now was he ready for the kings to totally break my brain? No, he wasn't. Because to be fair, was anyone. Was the NBA? I mean, the reports coming out like hold on, wait a minute, like we didn't even know this was a possibility, and now he's a pacer. Yeah, well, just literally just like you're calling me being like, if we would have known tires, Halliburton was available like what's going on? Okay, let's just let's settle this and let's start start ripping videos for the YouTube page essentially. We're gonna go one and order, right? We're gonna go tyrese Halliburton for demonic sabonis. We're gonna go see Jim McCollum to the pelicans. We're gonna go Karis levert to the calves. And then we're gonna talk grin..
"halliburton" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane
"We gotta need as much time as my brain can get to wrap my head around the king's trading Halliburton. Let's go to the pacer side of the, you know, we've been looking at this as okay, miles Turner or dolma tassa bonus? One of those two is going to go out there recently we've heard, okay, maybe both, but I was still shocked and again, you could see in our previous video, I was still shocked that the guy the first guy to go is sabotage that Turner is the guy still standing right now in pawnee. This is this is incredibly surprising to me. I understand the pacers wanting to move forward, but I thought he was the guy they were going to probably wind up keeping. Yeah, I thought so, too, because I thought he would be kind of day didn't give an indication that they were really looking to start over that they wanted to reset and I thought sabonis was the kind of the perfect guy to reset around. You get the right guys around him and go. No, there's still not necessarily saying that they're fully blowing this thing up and starting over because you still have Malcolm Brogdon as a reminder, Malcolm Brogdon can not be traded at this deadline because he is the ineligible because of physics extension. He can be traded this summer. But you've got brogden. You've got Halliburton now. You've got buddy healed. You've got Chris duarte. And we'll talk about that mix in a little bit here. But then he's still got miles Turner. TJ Warren, if he can get back, you're still in a spot if you're the pacers where what you've given yourself now is all kinds of flexibility. Not that says you can't still trade Turner. I think they'll do something eventually of that brogden healed pairing my guess is one of those two will go because it's just you can't really build a functional group with Halliburton brogden healed into Marte. Three of them, fine, four of them, just not enough minutes. For those guys, you know, and then we'll see yo, ultimately, where it goes from there. So I think it'll be in a position with this. You know, trade, now you can either say, all right, let's kind of run it back with what we've built here, maybe a couple other smaller moves, or let's really yell lean into this. And Halliburton duarte picks in a bunch of flexibility. That's what we're building around. Could we see, say, buddy healed? Flipped here before the trade deadline. And I think that that may be something that's out there because like you mentioned, it's a bit of a log jam now at the guard position, but if the pacers are looking at this as, okay, we're going to take in healed salaries part of this deal, but we know we've got deal ABC that we can send them out for, this may make more sense. So to me, this is, this is not the end for the pacers. This is, maybe it's not in the beginning because we already saw the carousel of virtue, but this is a step in the process. And I think they've got more moves coming even by Thursday. We're going.
"halliburton" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"Guys, my sources tell me that Sacramento thought they had a deal last year with the LA Lakers that buddy healed was going to the Lakers. He was going to be a Laker, the Lakers famously Pis or infamously pivoted at the last moment and did the deal with Washington instead bringing Westbrook in from D.C.. So Sacramento has been trying to move healed for quite some time now. I think that probably was a significant factor in them doing this deal with Indiana as well. I like sabonis a lot, but I think in an ideal world, you're surrounding sabonis with shooters, and they just traded their two best shooters. They just moved them off of them. So I made this obviously more roster maneuvering to do. To me, my initial reaction was, this is Sacramento trying to make the play in like just trying to do everything they can to get in. I mean, sabonis may be offers a little bit more of immediate help, upgrade to their front court, obviously, right away. And there are only three games back as we record this of that play in spot. So, you know, maybe that gives them a little bit of a push, and maybe they thought Fox and Halliburton kind of overlapped. I love this deal from Indiana's perspective. I mean, they haven't been more than like a play in first round playoff team in the sabonis era. So bonus and miles Turner clearly don't work as a combination. Maybe this now means Turner is safe from a trade for the foreseeable futures. They try to build something with a younger guard and Halliburton and I mean, I don't know what they do at buddy heal. That's another one. Buddy Hilton seemed to make a lot of sense there. Hey, maybe they can swap him off either before the deadline Thursday or certainly in the off season. But Howard, I think Indiana is a home run. I mean, there are questions on the Sacramento side, but for Indiana, you're not winning anything. So even though sabonis is good to have a guy you can control on a reasonable salary who looks like the real deal at one of the two guard spots, averaging.
"halliburton" Discussed on BBALL BREAKDOWN Podcast
"And there's probably a couple other places around town around the country. Winning players there, though, Reese Halliburton is a winning player in I would really love to see him on a different team to see how he can help some of these contenders or playoff teams. Right. And then there's also Simmons thing we talk about all the time now that connection between where he's going to go, which also leads us to the title of the show, which was about Simmons. They had a meeting, combo. They actually sat down and broke bread. Not even sure I liked that. Oh, that's hang on. Hide. There we go. I'm not sure I like that. That phrase break bread. But whatever. They had lunch. And Daryl morey and Simmons they talked a little bit. Anything come out of that? Did you see the year reports? Ben doesn't think that well, Ben things there's a chance he won't get traded because he feels they're asking for too much for him. Right. It sounds like the sixers and the other end are like, just come back and play and we'll figure it out. Right? Yes. Now, part of me thinks, okay, what they're gonna try and do is he'll just enjoy playing he'll remember mind himself how much he likes playing, how much likes the guys it's in that whatever, maybe the trade thing will just go away. Maybe that's what Ben Simmons is worried about. And it doesn't want to then play because he's worried he's going to like it and not want to leave. I don't know, it's a strange situation. Hey, do you see how well Joel embiid is playing right now though? The craziest thing would be if he comes back and they win a championship. Yeah. I mean, the sixers are back on that same path they had the beginning of the year without band, but when maxi was going off, I got to get my eyeballs back in the sutures. I haven't seen them for a couple of weeks now. I want to see what's going on. What are you seeing on the empty side? Yeah, they need a connecting piece. You know who are connecting pieces? Helburn? Ben Simmons. Wait, who's they? Oh, the Halliburton Halliburton would be an amazing fit. I think he helps the Celtics and the sixers, but they need somebody on defense. They need somebody who connects the team and that's what they're missing and that's a Ben Simmons can bring. But on top of this before, you know, the notion, you know, do we want to put it all on Doc?.
"halliburton" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"I would not take him at like 5 or 6 or something. But if we're talking about like him versus Chris duarte, I would take him over crystal Arte if we were read drafting right now. I would not. I have like 20. I'm fine there. Take a center that could start, maybe doesn't start a 20. I'm okay there. Yeah. Like, if we're, I would say Chris the warte to help my team win right now, but outreach and like freaking barely just turned 20 or maybe even still as 19 and he's effective as he is. I would take him over to our tape, but that's just me. Any other like below the line, guys that we need to talk about? I have two more on talk to the ones pretty interesting. I want to talk about Davey on Mitchell. Yeah. And here's why. We both loved him. Loved him at Baylor. I had some questions about him coming in. What it would look like just at his size and he's a polarizing prospect because it's layered. He picked 9th overall when Sacramento already has DR Fox buddy healed and tired Halliburton. Now, I don't know how much kings you watch, but it'll last 9 games, tyrese Halliburton has ten plus assists. Okay, so as part of work contextualizing. For Davey, he's super tough. He defends he rebounds surging just under ten points for rebounds three assists. Their shades of kind of a little bit Marcus smarty in that sense. The winner type plays. But the shooting is troublesome for me because it's three years in college he shot 29%, 32% and 45%. And some scouts thought that that 45% was a trend in the right direction. Others thought it was an anomaly it wouldn't be repeated. For now, the latter appears correct..
"halliburton" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"Kenner yep So bay royd the drilling. I like the equipment on but being on location not being able to lead for two weeks seemed a little much for me luca. So the frank engineer that was a position where basically to go home every night. We worked like two week hitches. But i like the ability to go home. Yeah so that's sort of really drove that I still wanted to have some semblance of of life and so was it Wasn't experience mean. yeah. I definitely that bounced. So what was that experience. I guess you know going in as a field engineer on the frac side especially when you know you back as drilling than it was before that school. I mean slow is that what was that. Like for you. It was a very sharp learning curve. i'll tell you that. So i mean the way they gave us mentors to. The process was very. That's a good thing they assign mentors yet sign mentors. That's something that i really enjoyed about. Halliburton is that they knew we basically knew nothing So they hand you a training program and they teach you or they give you the tools to be able to be successful in in understanding how to be a franken junior So i guess it was a very sharp learning curve and is very Is sort of shocking to go from school where you know. You're you're having fun with your friends and then to go to a location where any wrong decision has know so. That was probably the big ship for me. Is that the responsibility of knowing that. My decisions have impact Either money wise were safety wise. have an impact on that location. So that was probably the sharpest turkish. Enjoy the aspect of it may decision seeing the result from that i liked it a lot because it it you learn very quickly because you have to because if every decision that you make costs money. There's going to be somebody asking why that so the it was. It was very stressful process. But in the end looking back on it. I wouldn't have changed it off for about two.
"halliburton" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"But they had. But i i would like listeners to understand what exactly is like when we say electric electric freckly and the reason i struggle with this is because it wasn't even two years ago that the resistance by halliburton in their earnings and their earnings call to electric was strong. I mean it wasn't just like a little bit was no this is ridiculous. The trend is going there and the the struggle i have with with and i love the french side of the business. Anyone who knows me knows that. If i could complete wells for living that is what i would be doing. But i'm non engineer so some people at let me dabble in it. Some people don't but anyway that being said frac is a is a hard business in the. It was great years ago but the margins are relatively thin. And so this is fascinating to me because it's definitely been pushed from a it's been pushed from a issue standpoint from operators and i think from operations to say we're lowering our our carbon footprint on the on the side to what they're actually doing The numbers i would like to see the total breakdown of the impact of all the operators that have switched over to electric practically the actual impact. I think carbon is probably relatively small but regardless they get to say it. But i do think that the reason you really do something in the business is yes you have that but you also have something else. It has to actually work right. This has the the horsepower has to be. There has to be powerful and has two frac these damn well. So i've from my explaining electric freckly. Where's it getting. It's like it can get its power from different sources so in theory getting it from from natural gas. It's getting it from the grid if the greatest getting it from coal. That's where it's getting from right. So i just like to if we can break down. What isn't electric correct late. And are we is the trend of what's what's that trend in and we know that it's expensive..
"halliburton" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"That they can develop depression and they could spiral downward and downward with that, to the point where they feel like Death is the only way to end that pain. But I want to be quick to say that I think a lot of a lot of people, uh, associate suicide with as an being an impulsive act, and it rarely, if ever, is an impulsive act. It usually 90% of the time there is an underlying mental health issue, usually depression. Untreated or under treated depression that goes back more than a year before the suicide. So what happens? Is this this act like, uh, you know, bullying and a picture that goes viral over the Internet like that. That can be the last straw. But it's not the thing alone that can cause we have a really strong built in human instinct to survive. It's what makes us fight. You know when when we're threatened, it takes a lot to overcome that to the point where self destruction is even a possibility. In a person's mind. It takes time. And it takes thank, distorted, distorted thinking or disordered thinking even to get to that point, So one act no matter how humiliating or painful it is, is not enough to cause a person. To take his own life on its own. Well, And as you may just just mentioned the one act. The suicide was not an instinct. Instinct will act just you know what? I think I'll just end my life today. That's not the case. Going back one step further. Especially when you're dealing with these online avenues that are out there. Um and boy, they just make their on my arms. Stand up made me so mad. I have nephews and nieces and I'm like, man, if I ever catch you, you know, um, but a Whether it's that situation of somebody sending a photo of themselves or communicating with somebody online like that, or even sending like we were talking about earlier. Me sending a photo to a classmate or to a boyfriend or something like that. There's something beyond even before that that's going to tell me or make me feel like that's okay. That somehow it's okay for me to send you a photo like that on the phone. There's something that he wrote it before that the common sense of now that's not cool. That's not right. And it goes back to Self esteem issue. Which, if you go one step further than that is depression already there because the depressions already there, which kicks out the self esteem lowers her self esteem. Suddenly I've got somebody who was talking to me and is being nice to me and is Coaxing me. In a way that had the self esteem been up in the Depression. I've been up there. I'm like, Whoa, dude. No. Are you crazy, But well, he must love me and it's okay because he's my boyfriend, and he loves me and um and so I'll do that. But it goes way back. And so the Depression kicks in a lot of times in childhood. Again, even one step before that an act? Maybe it was abuse or something like that happened, But something happened there that triggers the depression that lowers their self esteem. It makes that act and then eventually, like you said, That's kind of the the last draw. Where, when that trust is betrayed, in this case, the picture going viral or whatever the situation might be. That's cholesterol. Aw, well, There are a lot of ways a lot of paths that lead to that point of despair. Um, I wouldn't want to think that Or imply that only kids who already have a propensity toward depression can be victims of bullying or be the bully. Even Sometimes it's the other way around where the bullying is this relentless harassment that does cause you such stress, and the stress itself leads to depression and despair, so it can sure that's what I meant. But what I meant was, is that Mhm. From even the side of the bully, er, then there's something prior to that. I would like to think that nobody like you said. Nobody just wakes up one day and said, You know what? I'm just going to in my life today. Hopefully, I would like to thank nobody wakes up some day and says, You know, I'm just being asked to somebody today and just go through in their day and bully them. And you know what? Maybe go in their life. There's something The triggers that in somebody's whether it's Um, control issue, maybe at that situation with their parents, Whatever. There's something there that triggers that to where I feel like I have to control you or I have to be that way to you to make me feel better. Well, I think one thing, he said while ago um is at the heart of all the of this, and it's an erosion. It's such a pervasive erosion on on many fronts of What the media exposes our Children to the idea that it's there's a huge desensitization to, um, life to the value of a life to the value of a person's feelings, and it's it's very complex. But you know, I heard someone out of bullying bullying prevention conference recently, say You know, bullying sounds like such kind of a harmless kid thing. Let's start calling it what it is. It's abuse. It's a human being abusing another human being. And when you talk about kids and teens doing this, you're talking about human beings who do not have fully developed judgment. Uh, Capacity in their brains. Even yet, um, adolescence. It's It's, uh, Meanness gone wild. It's really It's epidemic. It's purely become an epidemic will and also, we don't want to give off the impression that when you and I are in school Bullying never happened. It did you and I mean in high school, Junior high, had the same thing with boys calling us names you had. You know other girls calling you names or whatever They like some guy that you liked at the time or whatever. But it was handled differently either by our parents, or let's just be real handled in the parking lot or in the school lot, and it was done with and that was it and it didn't go to the extremes that it's going to now on search. It's not to say that Suicide teen suicide just like started in the last 10 years or so. But not to the degree that we see it today. And I think that a lot of that has to do with the fact that now both parents are working. Um More than ever. And like I said, just society itself, everything is moving so fast technology, everything and the fact of social media. This is true Bullying used to be, um, happened at school and you can leave it on the school yard and you could go into your bedroom and at home and shut the door and you were safe. Now it's 24 7 and even its invisible even to parents and other adults. It's a really hard fight, but there's a lot being done in the schools and to educate even to educate teachers and Educators about how to get a better handle on this and patrol it and to help young people to know how to manage it as well Special Thanks to Benita Halliburton, president of the Grand Halliburton Foundation and the mother of Grand Halliburton. My name is Honda grand halliburton dot org his website and make a great weekend dare to care. This.
Houston's Big Oil Isn't So Big Anymore
"Me ma houston's oil and gas companies are looking for ways to recoup from one of the most challenging years on record energy reporter. Kyra luckily has been going over new financial reports at show billions of dollars in losses. One of most stunning reports is from exxon mobil which says it lost more than twenty billion dollars in the last quarter of twenty twenty. That's after exxon posted more than one billion in losses for the first three quarters and laid off over seven hundred houston workers mostly due to the pandemic other companies. Like conaco phillips. Halliburton are reporting hundreds of millions in losses for the fourth. Quarter
"halliburton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Than settling for Albert. Okay, There's a philosophy there, depending on the team that you are in the NBA, right. You could be like Packs Woz and packs has told you on and off the record that some of the mistakes that he made in the draft side of saying I'm just going to try to draft from blue blood programs, guys that our leaders that are junior and senior leadership from college Do you have that philosophy and say this guy's already made because he's coached? Well, he's a grinder. He's in college for three or four years or take someone like a Patrick William six man because that's how D Florida State was and say. You know what? That guy's got Some skills skill set that we could utilize. You will grow in our program. You have a choice. There you do. You have a choice that now if you'd take Halliburton it where the Bulls did. Wouldn't have a problem with that, because I know the Halliburton is not going to necessarily be a super duper star, but I could put that guy in for 10 years. He's gonna give me what I need. 10 years from now, you'll look back and go Boy that Halliburton was a really solid Look, Kirk Hinrich was a really wonderful picket at number seven. Did he play gay 15 years from Kansas? A solid guy solid. Not going to the Hall of Fame. You're never gonna go. Oh, my God. What an unbelievable Just a pro, A pro's pro. What He refused to put Daniel Marshall in a deal to go from 75 to jump the heat to get Dwayne Wade. Who's the Hall of Famer, one of the five best two guards in the history of the sport. You may have rolled the dice on Patrick Williams and you might hit a home run. The Halliburton's come along. Guys like y Leonard. Don't don't No question. No question about it. I'll also say this about the Bulls and again. I don't know what the won loss records gonna be at the end of the year actually doesn't matter to me and you're one of Donovan because it's all an evaluation. You see down the stretch Capital e did. He went with White Levin, Temple Porter and bad Young and the final in the closing moments that game and witches have there is a young guy like Kobe. You've got a shooter like Levin, and then you've got that veteran presence like young Porter and Temple on the floor. See, it's not such a young team was a bunch of kids and they don't know Game situation. You watch that game yesterday. You could see Porter and Temple talking to the young players like okay, this is where you want to be on the screen role, all right, talking to them on the floor. One. The most frustrating things for you coaches is when players don't talk You doing all that stuff and practice just to make sure that you're satiated Like when you guys a talk talk, like, especially on defense. And then you get to the game and no one says anything. We would talk. We would call it verbally passing someone along, okay? Mellors their best player. I've got Miller. Well, if I'm getting screened and you're going to switch and you're going to help Him. I have to let you know, And you gotta tell me screen last spring's coming. Gotta know stuff wasn't getting done here, right? And so do you saw that yesterday where there was conversations with some of the players were so it's like a because that happened in the game and leave in the first half yesterday, where Someone was screened, and there was ah King player that would write to the basket. OK, so hey, window. Carter, I need you to come up by the by the foul line and make sure that you're screening that you're right there to make sure someone's that unencumbered to the basket. Just come around and just, you know, Show yourself, eh? So this little things right? But they're learning on the job. By the way, shut out the window Carter Jr as well because he had 17 rebounds yesterday. That was a monster game for him working. What does this say? For Laurie Market in the fact that the Bulls are playing their best basketball this season, and I know the season's been short, but since he's been injured, right? He was. He was playing in the games where they were horrible, and none of us wanted to watch. They've slowly turn it around their learning and growing, and he's not playing the game. Well, Darnell Mayberry suggested before the season that maybe Patrick Williams should start and that marketing to come off the bench. That was just a column question. Not something that he demanded. But you just kind of just threw it out there. Well, interesting. If this team plays better, he's averaging what 17 a game market and make his numbers are bad. Just a small sample size. Maybe there's a trade out there. I didn't get a long term extension locked in with him, so maybe there's a trade there. Or maybe somebody comes to you and says, You know what? We'll take Wendall Carter. And you slide market and into the five and you play him at center, a center who could pick and pop that could make jump shots from the perimeter but can also score inside. You've got options here. Yeah, There's no expectation of having to win. You can try things. It's a test tube this and it's great because now coming up, it'll be like the Lakers and the Clippers. All right, That's it. That's a whole different step up in class with those two teams know that, But it's what you're learning. Correct. You're learning. You mean I can't. I have zero expectations of what the bull's gonna do this year, But I'm watching very every night. To see who's developing because maybe in two or three years capital coming in the morning. You will go on boy. His team is so much better because they got rid of half the roster, right? You never know you're going to find out where Billy Oh said. Our turkey can play. Get him out of here. He's not a fit or whatever the case may be the only game that I watched that I was really disappointed. Was the Bucks game. Well, it got beat 30. You can. It was bully ball. They just impose their will. We couldn't stop him. It's not you can do there. This is done. You could do when e mentioned this to you yesterday watching markets against the Portland game. I said, Look how big he is. And look how windows Little Carter's got get even further into the gym and get even bigger and longer, right? He couldn't do anything with American er. Kitsch is an oak tree in there. He just put his arms up. You can't move him agreed. And so and then windows like you got the forearm going. He's trying to push him out of the out of the lane. And just like, Get off me, kids that happening right? It just It's learning and development. All right, you make the call. Next cap and G Hood mornings on ESPN. 1000, Chicago's home for sports. The White Sox are back. 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Washington Wizards NBA Draft
"Washington wizards on the board take denny at nine. Been rumored to be the On yucca kong. Woo landing spot. The hawks take him away. They also get cassius winston The point guard out of michigan state. Who was one of the best college basketball players in the country but slides into the fifties. Because he's both small and not just like not an nba athlete. Like he's a poor athlete. And that obviously when you say. Small bad athlete at That's a little bit scary but also a guy who's one of the shooters in the draft one of the best leaders in the draft. What did you think about the wizards draft night. Yeah i didn't. I didn't know what to do with washington coming into the night if they didn't fall into a kong because that was the spot that everybody loved for him he obviously didn't get there I think danny is totally fine for washington. I was a little bit scared of in the top five where he was often discussed. Because i am a little weary of his lack of upside in my view at nights a lot more easy to be in on that pick I still feel the same way about his ceiling. Not being terribly high and maybe he over last with hotch murrah and whenever you want to say about this but i think just value is number nine abdi. It was totally fine. May maybe it wouldn't have been my pick but certainly not one of the worst ones that they could have made in that spot. and i. i like winston. I hear what you're saying for. Sure you're not wrong at all about his limited tools but he is a legitimately elite shooter dating back to college and he's just one of those guys you can run a pick and roll and the limited to length is definitely going to be a problem for him which is why he's in second round. That's totally justifiable but fifty. Three it's kind of a no brainer. Yes for me on that. So all all considered. I gave the wizards a b minus and could be even higher than that depending on. How you feel about you. I'm with you be minus was my greatest. Well tires halliburton tyree celebrates you should be vr. Guy i i i liked halliburton as well in part because i definitely think that we don't know what's going to happen with john wall And and what. What's gonna become of that and i thought the idea of a halliburton bradley. Bill backcourt. Made some sense with that. Said i like you much more comfortable with him being drafted here than when we're hearing four or five. I think this is less pressure on him. I think this is a better situation for him. That we don't put too much on him too soon and expect the impossible and if his shut jump shot comes around then people will be looking back at this draft and saying why didn't he go higher but that's a big big question mark because all the analytics right now are a little bit. Bearish on on denney Because of that jump shot. And so you know for those reasons. The wizards are taking a risk. Here with a few guys that were on the board like devon vessel for example Like tires halliburton. That i think might have been able to provide more value. Yeah i think halibut would have been good here. And i know you're higher than i am but i think he would have been very very useful in washington probably would have been a guy that i preferred to deal but you know being my second choice or third choice at number nine isn't a bad thing and the values just totally find there so it's not a home run probably for washington and nights a team that maybe needs one of those but at some point that i use good enough react stake in
NBA Big Board: Kevin O'Connor
"Kevin O'Connor the ringer housing ranked number one on his big board. I can't find any teams that have in there. But I'd love that Kevin did that I I like thinking outside the box I think he makes some really good arguments about why Hayes. Could be that Guy I. Don't think that we're going to see him go a number one and I'm not sure that we'll see I don't think we'll see him go in the top three, but he's fair game. Pretty much anywhere after that and again much like in tires Halliburton's case it little bit I the beholder. He's got off so many strengths going for him and I the big thing that you hear when you talk. To Scouts about Killian haze over and over again is just they love how much he has improved his game how much he's worked on his game how he shown up and become a much better player over time and when you look at young players, you wanna see them evolving. You WanNa see them growing. You want to see them adding to their game and there's just been so much. Of that for Kilian Hayes this year that if you want to talk yourself into Hayes, you talk yourself into now that he faces NBA level competition. What sort of things and wrinkles is he going to add to his game? How is he going to adapt and how much better could he be down the road because he's got the size excels with a ball in his hands he's. Really committed defender he's got hike. He's a high character player. You know that lack of like elite burst or balance is is an issue He's left hand drama net that's an issue is shooting a looks gray. It doesn't always go in and you know he shot around thirty. Thirty percent from the field from three point on this year. But he was eighty seven percent a free throw shooter I think for. He might not be the first international player off. Off The board? Because I denny Adia is is a possibility to go ahead of him, but he's definitely going to be one of the top two international players off the board and right now having ranked slightly higher than Denny.
IBM to release earnings report after the bell
"Among the main 11 SB sectors. All were in the red, led by declines in Telecom and tech looked at a TNT fell for an eighth day and in the Dow on Ly Intel was in the green, while Microsoft, Jane J. And Disney Led to the downside after earnings. Halliburton revenue missed estimates and in Dealnews in the energy space, Kanako Tobi Contra resource is for 9.7 billion, wrapping things up IBM reports after the
Stocks Fall Amid Concerns Over Recovery
"Depth shares of energy airline and bank stocks were among the biggest decliners Halliburton and United Airlines fell nine percent each for example while Wells Fargo dropped six point three percent shares of all three companies have lost more than half their value since the end of last year meanwhile yesterday marked the first three day losing streak for the Dow since early March the S. and P. five hundred meanwhile dropped one point seven percent while the nasdaq gave up one point five the tech heavy nasdaq by the way has returned to the red for
As Oil Prices Drop And Money Dries Up, Is The U.S. Shale Boom Going Bust?
"All right the S. and P. Five hundred hit another record high. This week it's up almost twenty five percent for the year but but the SMP's index of oil and gas stocks. This is down more than twenty percent. It's a sign of trouble for this country's oil industry Darius Roffe on has the story some of the most successful companies in the oil business business are household names thing Exxon Mobil or Chevron but the boom in shale drilling that has helped turn the US into the world's largest oil producer that that has been driven by smaller independent operators companies that have pushed the limits of drilling technology and taking big risks on unproven oilfields today day shale accounts for about two-thirds of US oil production and nearly all of the industry's growth but many of the companies that made that growth possible are now struggling to stay stay afloat. David Dacko bomb analyst at Investment Bank. Callan says that has a lot to do with the business model of US shale. This isn't industry. The you know for every dollar that they brought in they would spend two for years. Operators focused on drilling lots of new wells very fast prioritizing explosive growth over profitability. And until now now they've been able to rely on deep pocket. Investors who are willing to pour fresh capital into the industry despite years of lackluster returns. It's a story that may be familiar to anyone. He's been following the tech industry in recent years. Dekel bomb compares it to a kind of prospector mentality. There's a lot of romance I think. Because there's always this idea of this this brand's new play. That's going to have billions of barrels of upside. And if you know you can just get in early than it will pay off in the long run. Of course oil has always been a boom and bust I industry in two thousand fourteen for instance a catastrophic price crash left the industry reeling but even then billions in new investment flowed into US shale today today shrinking global demand for oil is driving the price down once again. What's different this time around? Investors no longer seem willing to write the industry a blank check. I think now. Oh you've seen a lot of pressure of we want you to be a real business. Your cost structure is too high. You have too much that I'm not funding. You're drilling anymore with external capital. You have to live within your means without access to fresh cash. Many producers are pulling back on new exploration. The number of rigs drilling for new oil is at its lowest point in two years. That's bad news is for people like Ron Fountain who works on a drilling rig. In the Balkan Shale of North Dakota. He thinks back to a few years ago when the price of oil was over. One hundred dollars a barrel and companies. These were drilling with abandon. That's when we were still booming. There was rigs coming out every month. We couldn't keep up. There were so many so much work going on today. Though with more and more rigs sitting idle life has become uncertain for fountain and his fellow. Drillers we went from having you know three year contracts to well to well contracts which means you drill one hole and if you did a good job then they'll give you another one or may drop you and we gotta figure it out from there and he's not the only one feeling. The Pinch Halliburton one of the biggest players in. US shale drilling has laid off nearly three thousand workers in the Permian Basin. The country's trees most prolific oilfield employment has almost completely stalled out. That's after going more than eleven percent last year. Meanwhile many of the smaller producers who loaded up on debt are struggling to pay it back leading to a wave of bankruptcies more than three dozen so far this year all of this adding up to slower oil output data from the department energy shows that production was flat in the first half of twenty nineteen after growing more than twenty percent last year in theory as production slows and supply shrinks. The price royal should go back up which could provide a much-needed boost. The question. Says Ron Fountain is how many companies will be able to survive. Until then I think as an industry we're we're GONNA be okay but I think there's a lot of people That are kind of holding their breath.
Oil Stocks Rising
"Going GONNA start with oil and I hope you filled up your car over the weekend because actually Exxon Mobil Chevron. BP Royal Dutch Shell all all of those stocks are on the rise this morning and that's because oil prices are on the rise and this is after a coordinated attack hit Saudi Arabia's oil industry over the weekend. He can't forcing Saudi Arabia to cut its oil output by half that is I believe if I'm doing the math right ends up being about five percent of of global production but look if you already own any one of these oil stocks. You're you're having a good day. How do you think about this story in terms of both the short term and the long term so I so I will say first and foremost I don't believe let me double. Check this in my mind row quick but I don't believe I have any direct ownership in any oil stocks. I mean it's just we talked a lot about on on these shows what makes investing in oil so difficult. I mean because it is just the straight up commodity. I mean obviously commodity. He that is very important to making the world go round at this in this day and age of but it's a commodity nonetheless and in so it is it it it it seems like it's always beholden to particular ebbs and flows in supply and demand and if you're really going to get the opportunity opportunity to make some money investing in energy then you have to be able to you need to be able to depend on some sort of geopolitical event or something happening that you almost can't predict other than you can. Just say well at some point down the line. There's going to be a Jew geopolitical event that occurs that is going to make oil go so for whatever reason and you know we kinda calling for this for a while now and it hasn't happened. I mean oil prices have been very depressed going back all the way really to two thousand and fourteen I if you look at the stock charts of a lot of these big familiar names in the industry whether it's Exxon those shares are down over the last five years Chevron essentially flat that Halliburton down as well even though they're up a little bit today and then really is because as as the commodity prices stay low well that limits the profitability these companies can can ring out and so. I think that's what makes investing in oil so difficult is a bit more short term in nature. I think it's a bit more value focused. you need to be able to identify a price in which you're happy to get out and just claim some prophets It's not to say that you can't make money doing it but it's generally how have you investing in it. Which is why I it really Kinda. Don't do you have any exposure to energy in your portfolio. I'm always reminded anytime. Energy comes up of something wrong grow said to me years ago which was when he was running the million dollar portfolio service. He lutton thought you know what there's energy exposure in here. It's a massive industry and and so I want to get together with my team and figure out a way to get some type of exposure. Even if it's not directly in oil producers yeah I mean I guess I guess the most direct exposure I have to energy would be probably something like Amazon with the investments that makes wind energy and whatnot you don't own own any test a couple of shots away yeah exactly so indirect they think is the best. I can possibly give you right now and it's not to say that. I don't think there's opportunity there but I mean frankly. I've never been attracted to the solar industry in the one company where I thought perhaps it could piqued my interest solar city. Well we know how that turned ironed out. Chris and that's if anything made me a little bit more skeptical of the economics of the industry in in in general but I do think you know when you look at the way that oil moves around the world I mean there's some very interesting numbers to take note of here because when you look at so here we have the fifteen countries that imported the highest dollar value worth of crude oil during two thousand eighteen of the companies that are bringing the most oil in China China Number One United States at number two India at number three Japan number four South Korean number five now if you look at the top fifteen fifteen suppliers from which the US imported the highest dollar value worth of oil in other words where we get all of our oil here Canada is number. One in Saudi Arabia is number to Mexico number three now. You'll see that Saudi Arabia name across a lot of countries interest there a lot of countries get a lot of their oil from Saudi Arabia. Which is why when you see something like this happen. you see such a knee jerk reaction one company. I used to own don't own it anymore but I was very interested to see how the stock would react the act today. was clean energy fuels clean energy fuels is in natural gas and essentially natural gas for fleets and trucks and whatnot and they've they've had a pretty tough go out of it just because of the price of oil they really need to see the price of a barrel oil at seventy dollars higher for that value proposition to work yeah for their business model. I mean as as oil prices stay low. You have less incentive to switch over. The natural gas is good heartedness people think they are. I mean economics at the end of the day rule regardless ah which means think about the environmental impacts clean energy fuels up eight percent today on this is not surprising at all because now that value proposition becomes a little bit more apparent so I mean I you know that's a business that had a lot of of headwinds here lately but if we do see the cost of oil start to creep up and maintain higher levels here going forward it clean energy could be a company that stand to benefit a little bit here. Don't let that two dollars and thirty cents stock price full
Futures pull back ahead of earnings; oil stocks jump
"It looks like stocks are going to be opening lower today. Dow futures down fifty seven the s&p futures down seven points Halliburton reporting earnings today, Exxon and Chevron releasing earnings on Friday ease. The the delivers cannabis had technical difficulties on Saturday. Also known as four twenty the marijuana industries. Unofficial holiday. They had been offering free delivery from nine AM to two PM California time crude oil is dollar thirty five that's up two percent. Sixty five dollars thirty five cents a barrel. No trading in London today. Ten year treasuries at two point five six percent right now, the Dow futures down fifty seven NASDAQ futures down twenty
Emilio Estevez Talks New Movie:The Public
"There's a movie now called the public which I think everybody should see it's about a public library and sit in that takes place with the homeless people that are there. But why should I talk about it? When I have the director writer producer and star. You must be exhausted. Amelia, I am. I am here is anyway Amelia. Thank you. Thank you for being so much extra. So you know, we talked a little bit before about how you seem to disappear in the right people who are interviewing now are always saying if that was the last movie you made was the breakfast club. Right. True. True. His back in the library after thirty five years. Imagine that they never thirty five years. Yes. True. But you this one really did take some time for you to get launched. It took. In fact, this week is the is the anniversary of the twelve years that it's where I began this this this started April first two thousand seven it began with the LA times arriving at the house. I open it up. I read an article written by librarian who was retiring from Salt Lake City is named chip ward. And the piece was about how libraries had become defacto homeless shelters and Halliburton's were now tasked with being first responders and effectively being defacto social workers. And so I was really moved by the piece I had done the bulk of my research for Bobby down at the at the downtown branch public library. And so I went back to the library to see if it wasn't fact every bit as bad as. Mr. ward was talking about. And of course, it was not localized to Salt Lake City. This was happening in Los Angeles and in really every urban library across the country. And so I started imagining what it would look like if the patrons most of whom were homeless and some of whom are mentally ill. What if they stayed in old fashioned sixties protests? What would that look like on a particularly cold night? They decided we're not leaving how would law enforcement react. How would the press spin that? And how might oh politician who is in the middle of an election cycle. How might he use that event and change their for political gain? You hear about that? And you think oh, there's a sit in its the public library, and I'm not knocking any documentaries that are made about it. You know, who wasteman or actually his great. It's about this. But in order for an audience to be paying attention. You can't give them a sermon and say you can't. Should be doing this. No, it can't be didactic. It can't you can't beat the audience over the head. It is. I didn't make a what someone called a kale salad kill salads. Good free. And you should eat it. I don't want it. Yeah. So so I think this is more like a gluten free cheesecake continue to food analogy wanna see that post. This movie is a rule in free. She. But but we've we're on a thirty city tour. I've taken the film from Seattle down the coast cross the country, we screened at libraries at at at the convention Llabres convention in New Orleans. We did it in up in Seattle at the at the midwinter conference screen it for a homeless advocacy groups screened in homeless shelters, and what's what has been so gratifying for me as a filmmaker is to watch the story unfold for the people I made it for this movie celebrates the misfits and the outcast and the marginalized and the poor and they're seeing themselves on screen and there. Wow. That's that's me. That's and it's inspiring them. They're feeling empowered as they see it. And so that is ultimately who I made the movie for so it's it's been quite a ride, and I believe worth every bit of the twelve years that I've invested in in this like. Just because how many days did you actually have to shoot it? So will you know? What it takes to take independent movie this day and a half? Right. But it takes twelve years to get exactly you're in twenty three days. Again, was I had to be very well prepped, and it was a feat really of the editor of this film because the movie has an enormous cast. And it had we had to make it look like they were all there at the same time. And so you reach out the Jeffrey. A lot of the more are now. Right. So Alec Baldwin. You've got for five days Jeffrey Wright comes in and out of shooting Westworld. And he's got six days and Taylor shillings in the middle of doing oranges, a new black and she's got four days. So and you're looking at everybody schedule, and you're thinking don't they understand don't they get it? But actors they don't unless you've directed. You. Don't totally understand what the director is is going through trying to make all that. And I don't bring any of that stress to the set. I don't they never know what's going on
Zinke defends himself against investigations after leaving office
"The Justice department is looking into whether President Trump's former interior secretary lied to federal investigators. According to a Washington Post report, the interior department's inspector general has opened multiple inquiries into Ryan Zinke actions while in office, including questions about his handling of a Connecticut casino project, whether the boundaries for grand staircase escalator national monument were redrawn to benefit a state lawmaker and conversations between Zinke and the chairman of Halliburton about a land development project in Montana. According to the post it was during these probes that investigators became wary that Zinke had lied to them and alerted
Ryan Zinke won't be missed
"Remaining in the federal government interior secretary. Ryan Zinke officially leaving his post with a replacement to be named in the coming week by President Trump correspondent birth. Sanchez says the top environmental official face a number of ethics issues questions about his lavish spending on travel, whether his wife was using government vehicles. His involvement in casino dealer in Connecticut and one that's now being investigated by the department of Justice this land deal that he struck in his home state of Montana with the head of Halliburton. Now Zinke has denied all of the allegations against him writing on Twitter. Zinke says it has been a quote, high on President Trump acting secretary of the interior David Bernhardt has now taken over his responsibilities and so far so good for
What's Happening in the Stock Market
"There's very deep deep bear markets that had developed in many subsectors and not much of a mount frankly, oil service, stocks Halliburton Schlumberger day. They're forty percent off of their highs homebuilding stocks construction. Stocks are down a third of their highs the metals and mining are also down a third on global slowdown and tariff issues and the same with the autos autos in the US and Europe. It doesn't matter and the dollar strengthened slower. Global growth issues is also hurting emerging markets, particularly China, which is down twenty five percent. On the year. So where are we right now? The Russell three thousand which is just about the broadest index on the market. It's about eleven percent off its recent fifty two week highs. That's of course, market cap weighted. But the Russell one thousand equal weight index is the biggest one thousand stocks all equally rated not market cap weighted twelve percent off its ice that doesn't really matter. That's a pretty good. Gauge of where we are joined now you saw earlier median stock is nine percent off. It doesn't matter at this point. You can slice it average stock median stock market cap weighted stock it doesn't matter. Everything's down about ten to twelve percent. And Joe you wanna see how clueless the market is apple turned around today. A not a lot of talk in the middle of the day about technicals turning around. And we did this right on our our air, twelve o'clock. I think that's a sign that the market really is looking for any kind of direction at this point and can very easily moved
Trump announces he'll begin cutting off foreign aid as caravan approaches
"Is the estimated number in this migrant caravan heading our way, President Trump is very upset about it blaming Democrats, blaming George Soros. I'm sure blaming no premature everybody other than Republicans or anybody else. He tweeted out this morning as well Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, we're not able to do the job of stopping people from leaving their country and coming illegally in the United States. We will now begin cutting off or substantially reducing the massive foreign aid routinely given to them. So I just I wanted to fact check that because I was we we don't give massive foreign aid to Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador. Just that. I would do that will flourish for you. And Fox News research has this update tweeted it out a few hours ago in response to that tweet. Over the last seventeen fiscal years total over seventeen years, Guatemala, two point one billion Honduras. One point seven billion El Salvador one point seven billion several seventeen years now, how does that compare by the way? Hang on a second wanna break this down though in fiscal year, two thousand sixteen which was left full year that we have full data reported from USA ID dot gov. At least. How did we spend? Our check out check this out how much money we spent. Seventy four million dollars total across all agencies almost seventy five million. Which was nothing compared to countries like Egypt or Haiti or others even on a per capita basis was fairly low to El Salvador. Number one where we spent our money. Six point nine million dollars of that money administrative costs. Check this out. It's never too program administration and control number three in-country counter-narcotics program that seems like outside of administrative costs pretty good place to spend your money, right? Counter-narcotics government integrity was number four. Number five return and reintegration activity. Meaning we deported him. We sent them back home. We're going to spend some money to help them get back into their. But then you look at who we spent the money with number one US department of defense. So that's really foreign aid. So Afghanistan, you know, is our number one source of foreign our number one expenditure for it's all military. So we have blow people up. And we count that as foreign aid, not as a military expenditure. So DOD ten million of this money USA ID that's things like helping their government. Helping people reintegrate was number two number three a Halliburton. Ask company called Tetra tech. Roy. So foreign aid is our problem. No, it's not it ain't even close. It's not even anywhere near where? We're just such a total misdirection. It's very frustrating to me.
Flu season is coming soon, but you can already get the vaccine now
"There is still another month of summer left to go but many locations that. Typically, offer flu, shots are, already starting to do that Kerr darling reports respiratory epidemiologists Sarah Halliburton with the state health department. Says it's not uncommon for flu shots to be offered, this early vaccines. Are usually up made available by August so it's not it's, not uncommon that they're being offered early and she says you, should get your flu shot by the end of October especially since this last flu season was so aggressive alley Burton says three hundred thirty six hoosiers died. From, the flu in the two. Thousand seventeen eighteen