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Fresh update on "halliburton" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:17 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "halliburton" discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"What happened yesterday was remarkable. The Cheney family has been running the Republican Party for the last couple decades. Dick Cheney, of course, was the vice president for George W. Bush for 8 years. He was one of the most hated people on the planet. If you think they hate Donald Trump, I'm going to read some of these headlines. Of how they used to treat Dick Cheney in 2003 and 2004. They hated Dick Cheney. This is when the media actually wasn't totally neoliberal, believe it or not. The media actually hated stupid foreign wars back then. They just hated Republicans largely because of social policy. How about this one right here? Dick Cheney and a wheelchair fed, blofeld, strangelove, or Potter. Tuesday's image of Dick Cheney a wheelchair seems endlessly evocative, especially in terms of pop cultural touchstones. My first thought echoed, I later learned by my mother, was he was stroking a white cap and his cat in his lap that would have completed his transformation into a Bond villain. Or how about this one? Ed Schultz said, we need to rip out Dick Cheney's heart. This was how the media used to treat Dick Cheney. Play cut 69. You damn right, dick Cheney's heart is a political football. We ought to rip it out and kick it around and stuff it back in him. I'm glad he didn't tip over. He is the new poster child for healthcare in this country. Do you realize that if you had 5 horn attacks? Hell, you wouldn't get past too heart attacks and they dump you. But because you're a war criminal and because you are on the tape from Halliburton and you had these executive meetings in 2001 back in the days of the rolling blackouts and executive privilege on how we're going to develop energy policy in this country. You do stuff like that. Hell, you can get the best healthcare on the face of the earth. We need to rip his heart out. This has one example of how the media used to treat Dick Cheney Dick Cheney was the most vilified man. In fact, go watch the movie vice. The movie vice is an entire hit piece on Dick Cheney on his machiavellian instincts and his treacherous and deceitful behavior. The media hated Dick Cheney until Donald Trump came along. Until it became very clear that it's not about Donald Trump's personality. It's not about his alleged crimes. No, it's about what Donald Trump was a threat to. No, you see, Donald Trump was a threat and is still a threat to the neo liberal world order. The neoliberal world order is open borders is one world government. It's depopulation. This is why they hate Elon Musk so much. When Elon Musk talks about increasing population. It's transhumanism. It's corporate dominance. It is dynastic intergenerational rule. You see, before Donald Trump came onto the scene, before Donald Trump started to change things up, it would just be the cheneys and the clintons, changing power over and having a good sport at it. Do you remember the race we were supposed to have? The race we were supposed to have, that we were promised. The race that all Americans were bracing for was a robust policy debate between Jeb Bush and Hillary rodham Clinton. We were going to have the $100 million man Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton disagree on how many troops we should send into Ukraine. Talk about how many nations they wanted to invade. Talk about how open they wanted the southern border to be. It was the rule of technocrats, but within the framework of we can't challenge the big corporations, we can't talk about having more children. No, we must just have slight, but yet fervent disagreements. They wanted a redux of the 2012 Mitt Romney election. When Donald Trump came onto the scene, they said it's all because of his personality and his, they call it blow vation and all of that. But it became more and more clear that he was an existential threat to the very framework that made them rich that made them powerful that made Washington D.C. the wealthiest place in America and the surrounding counties, the kingdom of Washington, D.C. yesterday, the wonderful people of Wyoming dethroned a political dynasty..

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"halliburton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:20 min | 3 weeks ago

"halliburton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"200 Wall Street bankers took an unexpected dive or the Halliburton board room got lit up, is that murder or is that self defense? If the systems they've created are murdering thousands of people every single year and expanding this murder around the world to the tune of millions. I don't know if I would consider that violence. I would call that self defense. And would that be justified? Oh, apps absolutely. Threat experts tell us Matt's latest version of extremism poses a genuine threat that needs to be closely monitored and better understood, including by law enforcement. There's a lot to want to be radical about. And I think the situation calls for extremism. We talked about cocktails sort of in some of these instances going into whether it was Halliburton or Tesla. But is that the solution? Like, what do you do to stop? Do that again? Yeah, yeah, no. These people have names and addresses. Their kids have names and addresses. And the capitalist class, by hook, or by crook, has to be liquidated. It's called class war for a reason. You want to bring about a class war against the global elites. It's already here. The class war is already here. I don't want to make manifest or do anything that doesn't already exist. I just think we should defend ourselves. Some people will say, Matt heimbach's office rocker, and he's advocating for harming for harming certain people here. How many billions need to be displaced and how many cities need to be swallowed by the ocean before we could all just look around and say, these specific people did this because they did. When you say that these global elite leaders have names and addresses and so do their families. What do you want to see happen? Oh, I mean, put them on trial. George W. Bush should go on trial, Barack Obama should go on trial. Donald Trump should go on trial. Joe Biden should go on trial. All these people should be brought before a tribunal. And be given a fair and honest trial. I do believe the people that fundamentally run the current global system, our mass murderers. They're not good guys. But when the system doesn't arrest or put these people on trial, there are names and addresses of these new names and addresses. And I will not be. I mean, I'm not a soldier, right? I will not be ordering anyone to do anything. But I will not condemn revolutionaries that stand in their own self defense. You won't pull the trigger yourself, but you'll applaud if it were to happen. If they did the right thing, wouldn't you? I've never sat in conversation with someone who appears to be openly advocating for the murder of elected officials. And I'm feeling nervous. But still, I can't tell for sure if this is just overblown talk or something to really worry about. So we're in the mountains of Georgia here to see Heidi by rec who is PhD and expert in global extremism, and she's really

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Stocks sweep higher on Wall Street as profit reports roll in

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

Stocks sweep higher on Wall Street as profit reports roll in

"Its best day in three weeks as more reports pour in on how much profit companies made during the spring The S&P 500 rose 2.8% after a powerful tide carried 99% of the stocks in the index upward The Dow added 2.4% and the NASDAQ rose 3.1% Small company stocks rose even more pushing the Russell 2000 index up 3.5% Banks dominated the earliest part of the reporting season but now more types of companies are reporting earnings Halliburton and Hasbro both rose after reporting stronger profits than analysts expected I'm Lisa

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Liz Cheney Dares to Quote Ronald Reagan Following Award

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 3 months ago

Liz Cheney Dares to Quote Ronald Reagan Following Award

"Cheney You know dizzy Lizzy Cheney only gets the attention she gets now because she is trying to destroy Trump and all the Trump supporters If dizzy Lizzy had actually lived up to her positions when she ran for the House in the first place as she'd be getting no attention or only very negative attention Do you know that dizzy Lizzy Cheney Got the profiles and courage award from the John F. Kennedy library mister producer Is that interesting No more Halliburton Thank God No more Chinese war criminals No The JFK profile encourage award yesterday And she dares to quote president Reagan And George Washington when this award has become an award for radical leftists and radical leftists only And she's very proud And her new friend Nancy Eva Pelosi stretch is very proud of her And wait until they have their public hearings and waiting to all I'm telling you

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Liz Cheney Implies J6 Committee Has Evidence for a Criminal Referral

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 4 months ago

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

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"halliburton" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast

Game Theory Podcast

05:45 min | 6 months ago

"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..

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"halliburton" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

06:18 min | 6 months ago

"halliburton" Discussed on The NBA Show

"I think, you know, the race for the ten seat is on. You know, a Sacramento in New Orleans. Clearly value getting into the plane race. I think if you're a Sacramento, you're hoping that Fox will play better without Halliburton here, which is a risky move but you're hoping, okay, we can move the air and back into a bigger role. And I think what makes us so fascinating is that so dear and Fox has been out the last two weeks. And it's been kind of a weird situation. You look at the quotes, Alvin gentry even said, oh yeah, if it was the playoffs he'd be playing. And then everyone was like, okay, what's going on here? And the assumption was, oh, they're holding out deer and fox, they can trade them. But maybe they are holding out deer and fox so they can showcase tyrese Halliburton. Because that's what's been so fascinating about this is the last two weeks the kings have been kind of the tyrese Halliburton Devi on Mitchell show. And that's been a very different looking team. Halliburton sends Fox has been out, has been one of the highest touch guys in the entire league. The offense was really run through him. You said it was in the high 90s, didn't you? His touches. It was like up in the 90s, almost a hundred. 96 touches per game in the last 8 games. And for reference, I think jokic leads the league and touches it like a hundred. So that's extremely high. That's at the top. Yeah. Yeah, so we really kind of got to see tyrese Halliburton in a primary role over the last 8 games. And then he had the game against the king against the sixers where he dropped 38 and everyone's coming from to connect the dots there about a possible trade because he's been linked to the sixers for like two years now, basically, with the whole Simmons thing. And I guess a good point of any to say like, let's talk about tires Halliburton and why everyone was kind of so up in arms about it because he has looked really good in the stretch. Yes, yes. And so scouting report, if you don't know much about tyrese Halliburton, this is a guy who is a point guard who is a super high efficiency player. The thing that we were like really, really in on him about when he was coming into the draft is this guy could fit in any situation because he can create a lot of efficiency and production without needing to be ball dominant. He is a really clever playmaker. He's a guy who's grown as a pick and roll player early in his career. We were talking earlier about if you look at Halliburton's shot chart, he's a versatile shooter. You can jump in on this anywhere you like. I mean, I think that he's like a dribble pull up three point shooter. I think that he can catch and shoot at the key can catch a shoot and relocate. Offensively, where do you see how would you describe beyond that? What else would you add to that about him as an offensive player like it's a score? Hey, drop the stat about tyrese with draymond grid and Chris Paul. I think that's a good place to start your stat you had. Yeah, when we're talking about high efficiency and a lot and producing a lot without needing the ball. So this is a sort of a window like a stat filter that really clarifies what we're talking about. Only four players in the NBA just check out this company. Have done over 30% assist percentage over 55% true shooting and under 20% usage. So that's a lot of production, low usage, four players have done that. Three of them are draymond green, Chris Paul and Kyle Lowry and the other one is tyrese Halliburton. That's a guy who has a maturity that is beyond his years. He's somebody that can fit in a lot of situations. Something that's funny is you and I were talking about like the kings decided to graph Mitchell would seem like a ripple out moment for this for the kings. A person they passed on was Chris duarte. Well, okay, lo and behold, he gets traded in Indiana, and now he's going to be paired with duarte. What do you think about the duarte Halliburton pairing? And there's more to it, but just not that one to start with. Yeah, I mean, I think what made it interesting in soccer none of the last few weeks was because with the air and Fox is tough because teams don't really respect his jump shot. So when he's playing off the ball, he's just not very effective. And that kind of limits the players around him because they can't hold the ball and have him impact the defense. They're going to get a defense going to sag off the Aaron, whereas with tyrese and Davey on, they could play more back and forth, where they going on off the ball interchangeably. And I think that's the idea too if you're Indiana now with board tan Halliburton. You've got a lot of size now. You had a pretty big backcourt, going 6, 5, 6, 6, and they both kind of have that on off ability. You would say tyrese is going to be the lead guy, duarte, will be the secondary guy. I'm most likely. Malcolm Brogdon's there, but I don't expect them to bring back Malcolm brogden this season. They already I believe they have the 5th worst record in the league right now. So there's really no incentive for Indiana to do anything but really bottom out this season. Try to get a top four pick and then turn it around next season. And I think what makes Halliburton so good and why I think people like my personal, I just love watching Halliburton play in the draft we were kind of calling him the third ball brother because it's the way he moves the ball. Like he was, as we were saying, he's number three and touches over the last 8 games. He's also number three and passes. So it's not like a high touch style like a Luca or a James Harden, where he's the center of everything. He's dribbling the ball all the time. Like when tyrese has the ball, he's always looking to move it. And it's fine. So I profiled tyrese going into a sophomore year at Iowa state. And I remember talking to his college coach, Steve prom and prom was telling me how tyrese was one of the first players where he brought him into his preseason meeting. He said, you need to shoot the ball more. You pass way too much. And that's just like never happens with basketball players. Even point guards. The Oprah majority of basketball players want to shoot the ball. They want to get their shots up. And they kind of have to be held back. Whereas tyrese almost has to be pushed forward because he's always looking to pass. And it's funny, like a lot of his pick and rolls. He'll get this straight to come around it, but I'm gonna wait the extra half second where everyone else will just shoot the ball, then he'll dump it off to one of his big men or no shooter.

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"halliburton" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

07:22 min | 6 months ago

"halliburton" Discussed on The NBA Show

"Hey, this is an emergency podcast and this should be because of a massive trade between the pacers and the kings, the fold details are this. The bonta sabonis is going to Sacramento with Jeremy lamb Justin holiday in a 2027 second round pick for tyrese Halliburton, buddy healed and Tristan Thompson. This is a big deal for both of these franchises considering how long the bonus has been involved in trade talks, considering how long, but he healed his wanted out of Sacramento. And to talk about it, I brought on sear it so he and then Logan Murdock from the ringer to talk about it and we recorded this live on green room, so before it got on and after her and Logan got off, I had to question from the chat, brought people on stage. We had a Q&A, talked about a whole bunch of stuff. And I want a 100% be doing more green rooms, either Tuesday night, Wednesday, Thursday morning, who knows. I'm gonna be doing more of them before the NBA trade in line at 3 p.m. eastern on Thursday. So stay tuned to my Twitter feed for that or download the Spotify green room map and that will notify you any time I go live. And some of those will be posted on the mismatch or the ringer NBA show feed. But you know, not all of them will be. So stay tuned for those, and otherwise, enjoy this conversation. I imagine this has been very much discussed, but I'm very stuck on the Thai Halliburton of it all. What has you stuck? How do you trade him? How do you trade him? This deal, I don't know, I'm excited to go through the nuances of it, I guess, but right now in the face of it, I'm looking at it and I'm like, wow, the king's traded Thai Halliburton buddy healed so they could maybe try to make a run for the 7 seed, you know? So one of the things that I asked nakai is I'm like, I don't necessarily believe this, but playing devil's advocate with myself and everybody here listening. With the kings there, we view tyrese Halliburton as 21 years old and the second year of his entire NBA career is just the beginning. And he's already so good. Fox is out last month and he's averaging 21 points and 12 assists, and he looks great. And it's just this fun player who brings life to the floor and energy. He's just a joy to watch. But right now, sabonis is better. Sabonis is the best player in the deal undeniably. Undeniably he's the best player in the deal today is a two time all star. If you're the kings, I wonder if privately they think, yeah, Halliburton is a really nice young player, but he's not going to be a top 25 guys. He's not going to be an annual all star candidate. Why not? They feel that way. Why not is my question, but is there any logic to that if Sacramento does feel that way at all? Is there any logic to that? If they feel he's going to cap out as like a nice player, a winning player, but not an all star player, and that they might say, what's everybody talking about? We got the best player in the deal. I mean, they could definitely think that, right? You know who it's the kings, right? Definitely think that. But the way that I look at it, and I kind of look at everything's player this way, or every young king's player this way is that ty Halliburton looks this good on the kings, you know? Rookies aren't really even supposed to look that good on teams that are that dysfunctional honestly. A lot of the times, you know, we know how important player development and all those things are. So I think this is a win for him, right? I feel like this is a win for Rick Carlisle. He'll get to coach ty Halliburton, who's also, by the way, just seems on all accounts. Somebody who has the right habits as well, who came into this team with ray habits and was perpetually from what I've seen so far. Early in his career, his consistently made incremental improvements improved on last year's numbers. And he's a really great playmaker. He's really intuitive player. He presents things to you that I just don't think you can get from your average young prospect. You know, just the potential that he has because of the way that he reads the game. He's already ten times smarter than a lot of it, veteran NBA players. So I don't know. I don't think that there's really way too early to put a cap on who he can be. And on the other end of it, I agree, right? I agree. But it's just like trading. They traded, I guess, the future for the present, but it just, it just doesn't really make that much sense. Yeah, I mean, I think you nailed it when you said Halliburton's made these incremental improvements as a player. And the big knock on him coming into the NBA out of Iowa state as well. He has all these great intangible qualities, but can he create his own shot off the dribble? And he's become a guy where I remember that game against the sixers about a week or so ago. And he hits these two crazy sidestep dribble jumper three pointers with a defender right over him and the fourth quarter. And he does that consistently. He's got the floater for mid range. He looks so smooth, pulling up, just a traditional pull up from two. Like I said, you get the floater. He just can't, at this moment, he's not a guy who really penetrates into the paint and draws files or really even finishes at a high level around the basket. But his handle is so much tighter. He uses hesitations. He can pull up from anywhere from different angles, different areas of the court. He just, I think Halliburton, in my own personal evaluation, he went from a guy that you feel a high level of confidence that will at least be a good role player or a very good player who impacts winning in a starting lineup. He went from that to at least for me, I felt like a guy that could potentially be one of your two or three best players. The best player on your team? No, I don't think so. I don't think the bonus is or can be that either. But Halliburton can be one of your best guys. And that's why it's just my overall thought here is just to just sabonis is good, but nikaya said it earlier. If you're a trading tyrese Halliburton, it feels like you get to be getting back a top ten to 15 guy. Like you're trading up to that level with a team that's rebuilding. And they want to blow it up and Halliburton's the young player they want back. And Indiana isn't necessarily in that situation. They're more in a retooling phase. They're changing assets. They're not rebuilding here. So I don't know, man. I just don't feel good about it. I don't feel good. I think you nailed it there about how it was, you know, sometimes you do trade the present for the future, right? It was just what they got back. And that's no disrespect to sabonis. He is like you said, he's the best player in this deal, and he's also for Fox. Gonna be a really fun pick and roll partner too. Like there's an encore thing about this. That's actually, it feels a little bit irrelevant right now, honestly. But it could also be pretty fun. We can we can get that later, but I think you nailed it just, you gotta get more back..

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"halliburton" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"halliburton" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"Know ticket. I never looked down at his phone once. And i asked him for nothing. No ticket no pass. Nothing worry about me. i'll be there. Well this game on the pistons bandwagon this year. They're like a nice on a dog team. I love yeah. You know they got. They got some deep bay. I i have expectations for killian hayes. That he needs to live up to that he needs to live. He's the key you had some injuries. Year pause jill rose as competitive detroit in obviously a die hard pistons fan who was born into the family because for me. I'm always compare them to you. Know who. I'm about to say who. I'm always confirmed to killian who falkland albert halliburton halliburton was in. Their halliburton was in right there. Halliburton i know. I know i love halliburton. He ain't gonna get a chance to show where he got with them. He joe where he got with them. Jalen rose loves and he says it all the time. If you've heard a million times people that sound older than they are. That's all halliburton. Got that to jalen rose the number of call. He started talking. I was like i saw. Who but they're susie start talking. I was like cj mccollum. Nancy hustle. I was like yes yes him. Take him so shelter killing hayes. I'm looking.

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"halliburton" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

Accidental Tech Podcast

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"halliburton" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"Better this other way instead they have yielded or been forced to yield. Okay well we can make an accessibility argument that all of this excess animation of stuff moving around kind of in the same vein as the reduce motion option. Maybe that can be you know. Maybe that's that's a bad thing for some people. Maybe we can make this not have this motion of this hover stateless like zoom chinese amount of motion to reduce its littoral. Sixteen point movement right. But like i'm guessing. I'm guessing this is shoved into accessibility because of the internal politics of pushing back on this part of the design. Clearly the people who are in charge are so minimalist right now that this kind of thing cannot be the new way things work so i think the accessibility option is like the thing that the people on our side of the argument were able to get through. Obviously i'm sure there's all sorts of pressures and politics inside about this. You know whatever we complain about people inside apple are also complaining about it but it's just a question of who wins the argument who has control over at the end of the day. So this option shouldn't exist. They should just fix the design. So it's always this way because there seems to be very little upside for it to be the way it is in big sur. Now having these things hidden and the zoom over when you hover over like this one spot in the window that you wouldn't even think to hover over normally like it. Just it's so clumsy. It's kinda the same reason they did. The changes as far glows boxes. Because when this this you. I came at the same time as they introduced the ui in the finder and other windows. Where the title bar does not have. Its own row for itself. One of the reasons proxy icons worked and by the way the room has confirmed that it was in classic mac. Os at least one person has anyway. Is that the title baron. Classic mac os in in mac os ten for most windows for most of his life goes from edge on the window. That's a lot of horizontal space And you might look at that. What a waste of space where you get an entire row the all evitable space and you're going to put in there as the title the reason it's good to halliburton space. First of all sometimes windows aren't that wide they might be narrow and second for document windows common case the title of the document is their document titles can be long two hundred fifty five characters or whatever. The limit is so you'd want to see the full title of the document not truncated. Because that's an important thing for you know especially if you have similarly name documents if you're a programmer you may find yourself with similarly named documents though these days there are wedged into an exco tab a sidebar that you can't expand wide enough but anyway even with that when you've got the whole list of a window and that window was pretty wide or even just page size you can use. To fifty five character filename still probably have room for a little icon for a little sixteen by sixteen icon. And so that's where it lived right big sur introduced in the finder. A ui where okay. We're not going to give the title bar. it's on instead. We're going to see if this sounds familiar..

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Houston's Big Oil Isn't So Big Anymore

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

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

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"halliburton" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"halliburton" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Or two, you know, determined that there is something going on that needs treatment. What role again? By the way. This is, in fact, Texas. My name is Hunter. We're talking about teen suicide prevention, primarily suicide prevention in general, but primarily focused on teens and young people or talk with Grant Halliburton Foundation today they need a Halliburton is the president and the mother. Of Grant Halliburton, who took his life in what year 5 4005 at the age of 19. Their website is grant halliburton dot org Grant Halliburton. Dot org Geological information and lots of resource is there as Benito was talking about on signs that you can look for for depression and Suicide prevention as well as what to do how to help somebody out if they're talking about Suicide, even alluding to it, and then they they think they're joking about it. While it's in my life. We talked about that last week with the folks over a contact Crisis line who who were just awesome. What to do in those situations and first and foremost was never to take them jokingly. Always taken serious. Take him at the word. If they talk about it, take it seriously, no matter how Matter. They say. Well, I'm just kidding. I'm just kidding. A lot of times they're crying out for help. Through joking, especially if it's a young person. A lot of times. They mean what they say So take them seriously again. Website is grant halliburton dot org When we're talking about young people You were talking about the high school. I believe it was called you and alerted you to your son was cutting and going back to what? That is a little bit, sir. Folks who don't know we don't have Children of their own teenagers of their own in particular there, literally cutting their skin as a means to Cover up in emotional pain via whatever physical pain is caused when they're cutting themselves. And Where I want to go with this is there are other things that they will do You talk about promiscuity. A lot of that is taken out online. And talk a little bit of you can on What role Social media has in this because a lot of these kids you shouldn't be. We're reading too many times, both Online in various news outlets. CNN and others as well is just on the TV all the time about these teenagers 13 14 15 years old, taking their lives over being bullied. At school. Um and online. So let's deal with online first. There's a lot of websites out there on dive. Been a big advocate on somebody going in and seriously looking at these and getting him shut down. I mean freedom of speech to me. Has a limit when it comes to the life of a child. Um, and there are And even before that, it starts with a parent knowing what your child is doing online, making sure that the computer is in a public place. All those things we've talked about it preached about forever. At least I have on this show. But that being said, maybe some parents are just naive enough to not really know. What is out there? And so kind of talk a little bit about the role that online social media plays in bowling. And in the role then of teen suicide. Well, I do think that What is going on with technology is both wonderful and terrifying. Our Children are exposed to so many opportunities would be a poor word to use. But they do have the opportunity to not only communicate in ways that our generation parents generations never experienced but two Be they target of other communication that could be terribly harmful to them physically and emotionally and have lifelong impact. A, um, effect on their Who they are and what they become, Um, you know, we have on our website 10 tips for parents to protect your Children against cyberbullying. But, you know, the main thing is, I think that as parents as guardians as adults in the lives of young people, we need to help them to view technology. As a privilege and not a right and that as Theodore ALTs in their lives, we need to maintain controls over that, and I couldn't even venture to say the small percentage of parents who look at it. That way. We give them way too much freedom and therefore we send them out to the middle of the street where the traffic is and they're not equipped to deal with. That kind of risk and danger. Um, there's some such simple things that parents could do. You could set a Google alert for your child's name. And if you don't know how to set a Google alert Google how to set a Google alert and it will tell you how. But then if your child's name appears on the Internet, you get you get emailed and alert that it's appeared and linked to where it is. That's one way you can sort of see if activity is going on. If your child is being bullied, or if your child is the bully s. Oh, that's a simple thing to do all the things you said about keeping computers and public places so not done today. Now that we give kids Um you know, handheld devices, their phones and everything. That's the link to the worldwide Internet, and it's so dangerous to not have controls with many providers. You can also have control on your own computer. The parents can to shut it down tonight. 10 p.m. at night if you want so that they cannot stay up all night texting and tweeting and Surfing the Internet. That would be such an important thing to do to unplug your kids from their online access so that they don't it's not healthy in any way. Even healthy surfing. It's too much too much. You.

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Washington Wizards NBA Draft

Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

03:41 min | 1 year ago

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

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"halliburton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"halliburton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"You know, but heard about what happens and come after this. Drafted four years from now, it doesn't work out like that's how we felt about about pace, right? Like I mean, okay, we're going to give you a benefit it now right now with us, right? Yeah. So, I mean, like, Listen, I'm all in I'm with you. I'm open to any and all ideas, But I reserve the right to be pissed off for years for years from here's how you can look at Sylvie. If Obi Topping is the name at four. I think the bulls have over drafted that player If Tyreese Halliburton is the name at four. I think the Bulls have over drafted that player, so I feel like they're be fair criticism. For both of those individuals that for now, the names that we're looking at right now, Denny of DEA, the kid from Israel who's coming over small forward can't really shoot. But can you really do everything else for you? That's going to be a name and number four we're looking at and then out of Ah, black check against you or black mark against you or check mark against you. However you want to say it if like you bring a guy in and he can't shoot Yes, especially in today's and I got this quarterback named Mitch. Hey, you know what? He's athletic, but he's not really accurate. It doesn't Oh, well, So let me ask you this. You guys, you guys remember Michael Kidd? Gilchrist? Yeah. Charlotte, can you play the Kentucky went to Kentucky, drafted by the Hornets hard worker and could do everything on the court accepts shoot he's worked on the shooting has improved. It has not. And that's why he's a journeymen. I could give you Jimmy. Jimmy. People thought was a defensive. Try. Hard guy who Was tough, athletic, older for the draft. And what do you do? We got into the Gemini work Hold on, But Jimmy Butler wasn't shooting 50% from the free throw line before he got to the MBA like that's the problem with the idea is, he is a terrible shooter based on percentages. So you're not in a DEA guy? No, I know you are. I kind of am, But I'm just laying out the case for a deal like he'd be able to do everything else for you as a small forward. So then the other name that's been hot over the last 24 hours is Patrick Williams from Florida State? The small forward who can shoot Right, and he is someone now, A lot of people have talked about like, if you're saying right, we've said this yesterday. It's a three player draft. Well, many people who say it's a three player draft say that the player with the most upside outside of the top three is Williams from Florida State, and that's That's the name. I think he's second youngest guy on the draft model. Yeah, he was a freshman at Florida State is the guy that everyone said has never started a game for Florida State as well, Right? Don't put too much stock in it, but they went 26 5 last season. They were a good team and also his teammate Devin Marcel. The shooting guard is also going to likely be a top 10 pick as well for Florida State. So like You could make And here's the other. Just the other thing I would throw out there with college basketball coaches is that some of them don't know what they're doing. And so you can point to bottle that this kid didn't play and Maggie just say my beer. Well, exactly. But you you could point to. Hey, you know, what's weird is that Williams kid from Florida State never started, but two years into the MBA. He is the best rookie of this class. Like, what was that coach thinking like? That's something that happens all the time in the MBA and translation from college to the MBA. So he is a player that would be a catch and shoot three point shooter. He'd be a guy that can defend he could play the position as a 45 on the defensive side. Athletic, too Athletic, right? A lot of upside right? So like as a bulls fan, Sylvie, how do you look at this? Would you rather have more upside? Or would you like a sure thing that you know can contribute but may not have that and potentially more stars out. I need upside like and again like they're saying that this Williams kid is in the mold. Not that they're not saying he's going to be them water. But when you can't you say, you know, he is in the form of a Jimmy Butler Kawai Leonard Paul George type with that sort of You know, guy who could play many different positions can be long can defend, can maybe develop later here too into it? It's gonna be there inside. You know, it's one of those. Yeah, a lot of that. Some people would say that's an overdraft. But I would argue what What were people saying about Donovan Mitchell like did Adam and Mitchell went what 13. He did, and the last week before the draft with Mitchell. There was a lot of hype that People were saying that the talk and I'm not just saying this now, in hindsight, But do you guys remember the hot gossip in the MBA Heading into that draft was that David Mitchell was the best player and for some reason, he keeps slipping. You guys remember this? Yeah. Cap told the story today to waddle about Yanis that Atlanta identified him as their guy. And they were setting from the world's witchcraft. Yeah, yeah. So watch told the story. Yeah, so and it was like a whole big thing about how Yanis And remember where he went. He went Hey, didn't go in the top 10 13 some like that Milwaukee and then so 17. Atlanta wanted them and they knew he was going to be great. And then they had a chance to trade up and they thought quote it cost too much. Now. What does it look like to cost too much? I mean, so, look, there are drafts where you say there's ion and there's other guys. Who are destined to be stars like last year's draft. But then there are these other drafts where they heip him as not being a stud draft. But there are always studs who come out of every drug. Oh, absolutely. And when you look at Williams, he's 68. But he has a wingspan of 6 11, right. So who does that remind you of? I know why frame for Shilla said his name earlier today, So it's quite Leonard. Right? Like that's the type of player monster hands too. Yeah, and and so like. You look at that. And you? You'd say so you you want star? I would immediately rule out Halliburton, Right? Like what? It was Hell, Burton. He is going to be a good Heinrich. A good Player for a long time. Bad camp, right? Yeah, a great guy, right? Like all the reviews that Halliburton killed in the meetings with ease seems teams love this kid, and he's gonna work hard. But is he gonna be a star? When I watch him play? He doesn't scream star to me. That's just may still go with it. Look again. I'm I know what you're saying. I am giving if they say Halliburton Tonight I am This is the benefit of the doubt. Draft. As of now, then, like Waddell said, This is a hindsight business. I mean, people goes home. So behind site. What were they saying? Course This is how we judge teams. We judge teams. In hindsight, who wins the championship as the teams who have the good years we judge G M's by if they drafted well are they didn't draft wow. Is that said, It's like they held against me that I thought that you know that I thought Ogden or what's his name over there is gonna be better than uh, well and and the other jurors said that are the high potential names Killian Hayes. The guard who is from France. He is someone to watch in the top 10 on yucca on Kong Glue who is from USC. The big who did you guys see the story came out today. He has a foot injury, but it shouldn't really hamper him going into next season. So is that smoke trying to get someone off of Ah Kong glues signal there. At a team. Maybe in the top five Guadiana Kong you signal? Well, I don't even say it sounds painful. He is a player. That is very intriguing that I would be surprised of teams. Sambu. We have have foot problems. Yes, And thankfully, he went number two. Yeah. Yeah, right. So I 3123323776 like, I think there are a lot of Bulls fans like us who have been sort of quiet because the Bulls have been so bad. And now all of a sudden, we're excited, and I want to give you an example of this. Like, for instance, I just put out a poll question. Who is the better future? Is it the Bulls or the Bears? And I think the results may shock you If you want to weigh in 3123323776, you're.

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"halliburton" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"halliburton" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"It's a really nice gym by the way they're working out all day and eating and trading some stuff every once in a while. Exactly those those. I think it is curing collisions. We want them to sort of into and meet people not only in haliburton but also in the community and so all of that is really important. So it's one of the critical components of building a successful startup. Community is a network of trust and in to me. That's certainly is built over time. So that's why really focus on that reputation. We've gotta earn that. We've got to prove that. I can say that here all day long but until we have founders that have graduated cum through and so Those that are really skeptical. And that i can't sort of like than I have called you of nanotech them. Yeah absolutely so. Someone's listening to this and they're interested in halliburton labs. What is the process. I know you guys Got your your website launched with your application on there but what is actual abuse in process. you know. Is it a series of interviews and things of that nature. How long does it take. I mean i know these are early stage of this so you probably don't have a good good handle on your timing yet but you know. Explain that a little bit. I mean we got our plan but you know as they say. The first casualty of wars the plan for the application forms live nelson. Go to halliburton lamps. Dot com.

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"halliburton" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"halliburton" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Not having the conversations or the connections with sort of the the front line of that evolution in that change so because of that we we we would not have visibility and so what halliburton labs does for halliburton and one of the things that that were solving for. Is we get a front row seat in watching the development and watching this this evolution take place and it really gives you the ability to be involved in interface with these innovative technologies at an early stage where. You didn't get the opportunity to do that. Just through halliburton's Traditional business units was right. That's right and so it's it's additive to what we're doing and haliburton it's looking at In looking at things that we would not otherwise sort of run into and so if you think about five years from now if we're successful in hosting something between twelve and fifteen companies a year which is targeted. We will have spent a year with seventy five different companies across very broad landscape of applications and in doing so in a way that creates a unique environment. It's a collaborative environment and it's one that's focused on. I think the right things in terms of solving for the entrepreneur and and by doing so we get just a better view of of what's taking place. And ultimately de risks are strategic decisions down the road. Yep and so for me. The very similar with that backdrop. The answer to the question is is reputation. Success for halliburton. Labs is the reputation of being place where a startup can come and have a successful experience. However they define that whether that's they learn something unique about how they're gonna skill technology whether they met someone that lead their series say whether they found a new employee that's rockstar. That's going to go do some things for them that that having that reputation as the goto place for advancing cleaner affordable energy. That's what we're solving for. Would you to those startup founders. That they listen to this and they're like this sounds great. You know i..

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"halliburton" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"halliburton" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"And hundreds of thousands. If not millions of dollars and so. You know a comment that. I made to accompany this morning. Was you're an early stage company. You guys are first time founders. You don't know what you're going to encounter. You probably have line of sight to the next maybe three months or six months clarity of what you're going to go execute but you're gonna run into things that you didn't anticipate six months. Seems like a long time in the world and so they're saying yeah well the thing that you're dealing with the for the first time we've dealt with halliburton fifty times over We've got a ton of scar tissue. I joke about taking hardware to scale around the world. Yeah and so. That's something that we're offering as those kind of curated engagements that mentor ship again. We're not solving their problems for them. It's not our job to discover for them but we can provide sort of that back that backstop the as they run into issues and have questions they can go talk to somebody immediately and actually our commitment is a forty eight hour turnaround time to be able to have that discussion on us and so i recognize that there's mentorship and advisors and things in the in the startup world. We recognize that. And we continue to lean on kind of our extended network. But it's something that to have sort of access to the halpern rolodex. I think is a compelling aspect of of participation. Let's talk about your background a little bit personally You know. I i it interesting because usually you know if you're a startup in year a standing halliburton labs you know you kind of get. It's like oh you know. Nother corporation is you know starting up in an initiative and you know they may not do anything coming on my going to name names of other companies that have this reputation but what i found really interesting. You know we spent a lot of time together over the last month month and a half you know just having conversations and always really enjoy 'em but i think the reason i enjoy 'em is because you're very forward thinking yourself and i think is interesting is that you understand the Nuances of what comes with a corporate initiative like this and you understand what startups need and Really you know putting it together to wear on. The corporate oversight is a huge hindrance to the startups. that are coming into halliburton labs. So i think it's important to talk about that angle and kind of your background. I think one thing that was interesting that you told me is that You said something along the lines of you know all the jobs that you've ever had never never existed until he took so let's talk about your background You know what took you to haliburton. Would you do at halliburton which do before that. And and oil and gas and dive into that a bit. Yeah yeah that's right. I mean all the jobs that i've had sort of From a after my undergrad degree didn't exist until i stepped into and that's been a a really huge blessing in terms of sort of the learning experiences. And you just sort of my very first boss told me to get comfortable with being uncomfortable. And that's just sort of been something..

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"halliburton" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"halliburton" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"So i think that's really important Because you know when your energy there are so many high barrier startups where you need access you know you guys have a so you just launched several months ago officially and you have your first company and halliburton labs remind me of the name will quickest nanotech and so nano-tech you know they've They have this. Is it fair to describe it as an insulation. Insulation like a fireproofing insulation. It's one of the main products that they have. I think of him as a material science company. They're they're formulating a lot of different things. They're they're specialized materials formulated into a these into polymers. they're developing drywalled version of it and It's definitely one of the things that attracted us to them and vice versa was that they're an energy conservation game changer. And so it's interesting there because you look at it. You know these guys were cooking this up in the garage in their neighborhood. Breaking bad style. You know who knows what chemistry is going on there and then you get your way was calling. My joy gets pissed off. If i'm making a a workman on the driveway. You know so. I'm sure that There was a happy with him. But you guys come in and say hey look you know. We're going to give you the facilities to really commercialize. The product can do testing. And you're gonna have office. Beijing labs you can have technical expertise and so there's a ton of value add there you know. I think use that term putting this industrial wrapper around the technology in helping them commercialize it and actually take it to the market. I think that that's really valuable..

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"halliburton" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"halliburton" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"His postcode. Wait thanks for a couple of different sizes so let's talk about halliburton labs a little bit at a high level You know you guys are an incubator. And i think that there's a lot a lot of different angles that we can take this conversation You know people obviously know who halliburton is what halliburton has done previously. But i really like what halliburton labs is doing. And how forward thinking you guys are in how. You're looking at technologies. That you know aren't just oiling. Gas technologies so why don't you give us the high level. Overview of what halliburton labs is why it was created. And what you guys are doing. And then you know. I wanna talk about your background as well so just kick it off and tell us what is halliburton Happy to and again briefly the opportunity to be on hang out with the s for a little bit. Yeah the roots of the development of halliburton laps. Go back about a year and a half two years and kind of during that time investing a number of different things different models but there was a deliberate effort to do some background research on how other companies industrial companies kind of addressed the big challenge of innovation and so Just one example. A book called the idea factory that kind of detailed kind of the history of bell labs and their approach and thought process and what was successful. And what didn't in. What was sort of applicable today and what that might look like and so we actually draw out of parallels to kind of the bell labs story to some of our foundational thinking around halloween. Labs certainly looked at other examples. That are there out there in history. Some that didn't work out well and some that did and so really trying to kind of go back and do that fundamental research and say okay what we have as halliburton. That's distinctive and unique that we could bring and some of the things that we discovered as well along the way is particularly for term kind of tangible tech. No material science hardware chemistry. These kinds of things. There's a gap in the entrepreneurial ecosystem for support and so that all kind of led to this model which is yet nearest akin to a startup. Incubator accelerator that Allows us to kind of bring albert's capabilities to bear on behalf of a an early stage company and so The model looks and feels like a startup accelerator. We take a small percent of equity no-strings-attached in the sense of No roofers or board seats or ip entanglements. Whatever the company invents walter with us belongs to them. They comes in the form of a modified safe and so really.

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"halliburton" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"halliburton" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Was going on wildcatters. It's been a hell of a week for us if you didn't know already. We launched another podcast with the one and only cheque's you know. The guy who famously caned from kane anderson early this year is first. Few episodes are absolutely hilarious. Go check it out. It's the chuck. Yates need the job. Podcast but back to our show. There's a whole lot more and more starting basing celebrators popping up especially here in houston so our buddy scott gale with halliburton labs by schools up on why. Halliburton is jumping on the bandwagon launching their own accelerator. And what really sets them apart. So let us know what you think about the success and now for the energy and site of the week on guys..

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NBA Big Board: Kevin O'Connor

Chad Ford's NBA Big Board

02:12 min | 1 year ago

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.

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IBM to release earnings report after the bell

Bloomberg Markets

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Stocks Fall Amid Concerns Over Recovery

This Morning With Gordon Deal

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

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

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"halliburton" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"halliburton" Discussed on KTRH

"Forced to pay for that you're forced to underwrite it and this is happening most clearly as I see it in transportation work everybody what do your truck driver your construction worker you can't in your job not use a car they don't care they want all of us to be products to be shipped hence this technology in the cars it will be used to tax you from the second you turn your vehicle on in the morning Jim from McLean Texas can tell us a little bit about this Jim welcome to the Rush Limbaugh program is taught Herman filling in pick up everything you were talking about monitoring the vehicles is exactly what I used to do for Halliburton we call it the black box you could tell whether weren't seatbelt ticket even change the speed limit they were allowed to drive in the guys would sometimes get in trouble you know who are exceeding the speed limit heartbreak if there's an accident we don't pull data from the vehicle which I guess perhaps make some sense for companies like Halliburton because guys drive around half million dollar pump trucks look for private citizens no that's too much information in the wrong hands so you could legitimately then control the speed limit of the car so this technology this wouldn't be far off from what's going to be in cars coming now that the government could decide Hey we're gonna need you to slow down we think traffic's a little bit backed up so we're gonna go to slow down for you that's that's so that's technically possible now that even that far away from commercial vehicles we don't need to get on it in the commercial vehicles I work for you know they they they would set a speed limit that you could exceed it but then you know you'd get thing for you you get written up for you get and and the problem with your management for exceeding the speed limit then wear your seatbelt they know what okay you take a hard turn wait wait no it you know it was all right on the computer I could see everything that they were doing you know yeah pinpoint.

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As Oil Prices Drop And Money Dries Up, Is The U.S. Shale Boom Going Bust?

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:55 min | 2 years ago

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.

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Oil Stocks Rising

MarketFoolery

05:49 min | 3 years ago

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

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"halliburton" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"halliburton" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"So, you know, I know you work with kids ages eighteen in their parents. Can you tell our listeners what you do? Absolutely. We do a lot. You do. We do, but we're most excited about is some of the work that we're doing in our emerging technologies lab, which is bringing virtual technology into the fingertips of kids and young adults that are struggling socially. So we have spent a lot of time developing this virtual world that really simulates real life. We want to engage kids and social interactions, just like they would have if they were going to school, if they were going to the movie theater, and hanging out with friends if they were trying to work in a group at school. You know, if you have flashbacks to middle school, you remember. Right. I see lots of head shaking. No, I don't wanna flash back to middle school. But that's who we work with. We work with a lot of middle schoolers highschoolers who are just trying to figure out the social thing. And how do I navigate it and social media made it so much more difficult now than it ever was without any actual. I contact. So I contacted really interesting, right. Because some people are super comfortable establishing. I count tact, and others aren't and so social media, actually when used for good can be used as a tool to enhance communication, because if I'm socially nervous or anxious. And, but I have a message that I wanna convey to you, but I'm uncomfortable picking up the phone and making that call or setting up a coffee date, or whatever it is. Then I can text. And now I've broken that barrier of communication and reached out socially, which is really what we need to be doing more of today. Right. Is yeah. Reaching out. Well, I think that that has an island, we're not talking about this. But I think all that 'isolation that's happening all over our country is, is closely connected with the rise in suicide, especially among teens and, you know, it's, it's, it's a it's a problem. It's a real problem. Yeah, it's very devastating. Grant Halliburton foundation is a group that I'm very, very close with, and as we look at mental health. And the impact that technology can have a mental health, but our focus at center for brain health is really an how can we use technology for good. How can we use it and apply it in a way that's gonna make your brain even healthy. And so virtual virtual reality is one of those tools, isn't it, it is. Okay. So how are you guys using it? Well you know what I'm looking at the clock. You know what I think we're going to go to break. We're going to save it when we come back, we're gonna talk.

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Futures pull back ahead of earnings; oil stocks jump

Charlie Parker

00:42 sec | 3 years ago

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

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Emilio Estevez Talks New Movie:The Public

Popcorn with Peter Travers

05:12 min | 3 years ago

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

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"halliburton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"halliburton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Jacobson Halliburton on the two thousand? That stepped in degrade cameras on the foul. Trouble too as well. George really gave us six really good, man. We gotta make some shots. You know, we got morals got great low tweet lyndale those guys we gotta make a couple of threes and try to extend the lead and they're probably thinking the same day. They gotta finish some layouts and free throws. But we just got to sustain our defensive effort the second half country been able to limit Dietrich lost enough Kansas defied points. What's been important there? Defensively just trying to be physical with him at the point of the screen firearm double and when he catches it and then show hand as much we can. And then keep a body on them and watch that all goes up. Myron big question. Can I stayed hold on in the second half? I think they can and as much as we're talking about Kansas and how cold they are looking at Mariel shy. Who's not hitting shots right now that could change the second half St. to Myron always a pleasure. Thanks for joining us. Thank you. Myron medcalf here with us in studio as we get you set for the progressive insurance. Halftime report second-half tip coming up. I was state Kansas. As this is the Phillips sixty six big twelve championship on ESPN radio the ESPN app. To sports. Today's topic who deserves to win big this season. My two sense. Good drivers. I mean, that's why they're snapshot from progressive. Let's go to Rick for some confusing. Metaphors look if you put a classically trained cellist in a garage band, and you tell them to play for Laming young. I guarantee you the meat on that burrito ain't gonna light the candle. Thanks for clarifying, Rick. If you're.

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Zinke defends himself against investigations after leaving office

Pacifica Evening News

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

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

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Ryan Zinke won't be missed

Ray Appleton

00:42 sec | 3 years ago

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

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What's Happening in the Stock Market

CNBC's Fast Money

01:23 min | 4 years ago

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

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Trump announces he'll begin cutting off foreign aid as caravan approaches

Ethan at Night

03:19 min | 4 years ago

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.

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Flu season is coming soon, but you can already get the vaccine now

Hammer and Nigel

00:37 sec | 4 years ago

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

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Market Live: Sensex, Nifty continue to trade lower; Tech Mahindra, Titan top losers

Arizona's Morning News

00:40 sec | 4 years ago

Market Live: Sensex, Nifty continue to trade lower; Tech Mahindra, Titan top losers

"By the energy sector us crude oil prices rose more than one percent conscio resources jumped three point five percent halliburton rose three point one spring court says government workers can't be forced to contribute to labor unions that represent them in collective bargaining dealing a blow to organized labor the justices are scrapping a forty one yearold decision that had allowed states to require the public employees pay some fees to unions that represent them even if the workers choose to not join that union right now on wall street yeah things are fairly robust here we're not up quite as much as you were a little earlier on the dow up one hundred forty right now the s and p five hundreds of ten the nasdaq.

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