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"illinois indiana" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

02:38 min | 6 months ago

"illinois indiana" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

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"illinois indiana" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

05:10 min | 8 months ago

"illinois indiana" Discussed on ESPN Daily

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"illinois indiana" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"illinois indiana" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"Now, because there's really nothing at night, I think the plan here, there's no we're not competing with an NFL game. There's no delays this time. Barring travel, I guess. Travel maybe, but our plan three 30 eastern two 30 central one 30 mountain 1230 Pacific. God. 1130 Alaskan. Ten 30 Hawaiian Sunday. I got no idea what time we're supposed to be where we're supposed to be. Three 30 eastern provided that Maryland Ohio State doesn't go to overtime and it pushes back my headquarters hit. That is our general target. So if you like to watch the podcast on Sundays or sometimes maybe you can't get to it at night, but the afternoon might be better for you. We don't have a ton to wait around on. So we are gonna go earlier in the day on Sunday and talk about this huge Saturday. We've got going. Now. And one. Again, one game after another after its Illinois Indiana, which goes into Baylor at Kansas, which goes into duke of Carolina, which goes into Kentucky, Alabama, which goes into Gonzaga at B, YU. Ten eastern ESPN on Kyle collinsworth court. Okay. They got the zags by ten. Jet holmgren was insane against San Diego. BYU lost at home to San Francisco, JP. BYU wins this game, then it's, you know, it's resume gets just gigantic boost. Humongous, that loses, cougars might be in some real trouble here. Because here's what's happened as of late. Loss of Santa Clara lost a Pacific quad four loss. That's tough. Loss at home to San Francisco, which was really great for the dawns on Thursday because now USF and BYU they split the series and each one of the other place other teams place. And so now, BOE is going to try and Dodge a four game losing streak. Again, the line Gonzaga on the road minus ten who you got. First off. The Marriott center should be named after Brandon Davies that goes. Kyle collinsworth court, alliteration, Kyle collinsworth court. Let's give you the arena. Well, what is the arena? You've called the jimmer fredette, so. No. To refer to, I mean, he might have had premarital sex, but I don't know anything about it. It's never been written about, but I know Brandon Davies did. He deserves that. Every name and I know you called this place the jimmer for debt center. Well, that's when I was younger. Okay. I've matured as I've gotten older. That's Brandon Davies arena. The Brandon Davies senator. Okay. Sorry, jimmer. Yeah. Timur is the old news. Great. He used to score a lot once upon a time. Ben and David Brandon Davies, actually. Brandon Davies was smashing. Jimmer fredette was scoring, but Brandon Davies was smashing. That's his arena. The Brennan Davies center. Take a BYU, plus the ten. I don't know why. I.

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Shocked (MM #3970)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Shocked (MM #3970)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason now I don't know how long you've been living on Planet Earth. I've been around a long time. And I've lived all over the country, Wyoming, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Virginia, Alabama, now Tennessee. And the one thing I know about the months of January and February tends to snow and get cold, and we get ice and the weather's nasty, all across the country. Of course, we get more of that in the northern states or the western states, but we saw our share of ice storms in Virginia in North Carolina in Alabama when I lived there for those few years. I lived in each of those states. So why is it people are so shocked when we get severe weather as the calendar changes from January to February? I sometimes think people are mock shocked. It's all fake outrage just for social media, but the Midwest is getting pelted with snow and ice right now, and while people are shocked, I wasn't expecting this. Nothing surprises me with the weather anymore. And that has nothing to do with climate change. The weather has always been strange. But we always seem to be shocked when we get severe weather. They'll warn you more times than not if it's coming.

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Shocked (MM #3970)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Shocked (MM #3970)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason now I don't know how long you've been living on Planet Earth. I've been around a long time. And I've lived all over the country, Wyoming, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Virginia, Alabama, now Tennessee. And the one thing I know about the months of January and February tends to snow and get cold, and we get ice and the weather's nasty, all across the country. Of course, we get more of that in the northern states or the western states, but we saw our share of ice storms in Virginia in North Carolina in Alabama when I lived there for those few years. I lived in each of those states. So why is it people are so shocked when we get severe weather as the calendar changes from January to February? I sometimes think people are mock shocked. It's all fake outrage just for social media, but the Midwest is getting pelted with snow and ice right now, and while people are shocked, I wasn't expecting this. Nothing surprises me with the weather anymore. And that has nothing to do with climate change. The weather has always been strange. But we always seem to be shocked when we get severe weather. They'll warn you more times than not if it's coming.

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Shocked (MM #3970)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Shocked (MM #3970)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason now I don't know how long you've been living on Planet Earth. I've been around a long time. And I've lived all over the country, Wyoming, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Virginia, Alabama, now Tennessee. And the one thing I know about the months of January and February tends to snow and get cold, and we get ice and the weather's nasty, all across the country. Of course, we get more of that in the northern states or the western states, but we saw our share of ice storms in Virginia in North Carolina in Alabama when I lived there for those few years. I lived in each of those states. So why is it people are so shocked when we get severe weather as the calendar changes from January to February? I sometimes think people are mock shocked. It's all fake outrage just for social media, but the Midwest is getting pelted with snow and ice right now, and while people are shocked, I wasn't expecting this. Nothing surprises me with the weather anymore. And that has nothing to do with climate change. The weather has always been strange. But we always seem to be shocked when we get severe weather. They'll warn you more times than not if it's coming.

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"illinois indiana" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"illinois indiana" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With snow headed for Colorado and New Mexico and even more predicted from Missouri Illinois Indiana Ohio and Michigan The storm is set to hit Tuesday through Thursday and is a strong possibility to bring ice accumulations to St. Louis and Memphis A Kansas woman is under arrest for allegedly joining ISIS and leading an all female fighting group in Syria Scott Carr has the details U.S. attorneys say former cans and Allison fluke eccrine is charged with providing material support to a terrorist organization after allegedly recruiting operatives to attack a U.S. college campus and discussing a terrorist attack on a shopping mall The 42 year old mother of four was brought back to the U.S. from Syria last week to face charges the FBI says fluke eccrine became a leader of an all female Islamic State unit in the Syrian city of Raqqa in late 2016 training the women and girls in the use of AK-47 rifles grenades and suicide belts She's set to appear Monday in federal court if convicted she faces a maximum 20 years in prison I'm Scott Carr Illinois senator dick Durbin says implying that someone has the inside track already to fill the soon to be Supreme Court vacancy isn't right Suggesting there's a FrontRunner or this person is now moving ahead It's unfair to all the nominees This is in the hands of the president as it should be Appearing on NBC's meet the press on Sunday the Democrat and chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee says he didn't want to speculate when being asked specifically about D.C. circuit judge to tanji Brown Jackson who has been before the committee Biden repeated his intention to nominate a black woman to the Supreme Court after justice Stephen breyer officially announced his retirement Super Bowl 56s set It's going to be the LA rams and Cincinnati Bengals the rams edged out the niners and Sunday's NFC title game and the Bengals upset the chiefs in Kansas City and over time to take the AFC championship The Super Bowl will be played in two weeks It's SoFi Stadium the home of the rams I'm Chris garageio Officials on Long Island are confirming the death of an elderly man during this weekend's winter storm Paul de Castro has more The south old town police department says the man died Saturday after being found unconscious in a swimming pool that is home in kacha Authorities say it was around 8 30 in the morning when he fell into the pool while shoveling snow The incident happening hours after a snow plow driver and union Dale found an elderly woman dead in her car with the windows open no word on her cause of death Pull the Castro reporting New Jersey governor Phil Murphy says his state will need to learn how to live with COVID We're not going to manage this to zero We have to learn how to live with this The Democrats said on NBC's meet the press that cases are coming down across both his state and New York on the same program Arkansas Republican governor asa Hutchinson echoed the statement saying we need to move from a pandemic status and a mode of operation to becoming more endemic The statements coming on the heels of a Kaiser family foundation poll last week that found almost 75% of Americans are tired of the pandemic A member of the Manson Family is being denied parole Robert was turned down Friday by California board of parole hearings panel The 74 year old former follower of Charles Manson was among those convicted in connection with the July 1969 murder of musician Gary hinman Busily was initially sentenced to death but that sentence was later commuted to life in prison following a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on capital cases Somebody in Los Angeles.

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"illinois indiana" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"illinois indiana" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Sex trafficking case asked the court for transcripts ABC's air and guter ski is at Manhattan federal court It appears this jury is in no rush to render a verdict on their 6th day of deliberations jurors asked for more transcripts of witness testimony including Glenn Maxwell's former assistant Kimberly Espinosa she testified at Maxwell was far too busy managing Jeffrey Epstein's properties to groom miners for illegal sexual activity the jury was informed there are no days off for the holidays previously scheduled The judge said she was just too worried about a juror potentially catching COVID at some New Year's Eve party Aaron couture ABC News at Manhattan federal court Tonight's Illinois home game against Florida a and M is canceled that's due to positive COVID-19 results within the align eye program It will not be rescheduled Fighting a line on men currently sit in third in the Big Ten 9 and three overall two and O in the conference The next game for Illinois is scheduled for this Sunday when they travel to Minnesota You're home for fighting a line I basketball is WLS a.m. 8 90 WLS news time 1104 Still big problems on 80 94 eastbound between the tri state and after the Illinois Indiana state line solid traffic there due to an accident blocking the left leg Crash involving a jackknife semi that's creating issues on I two 94 and 80 southbound between Dixie highway and the bishop Ford Locally in Bridgeport still a problem with an overnight fire south normal 26th streets Wallace street Those remain a staging area for that fire and on the Eden's outbound between montrose and foster solid traffic due to an accident blocking the two left legs A traffic update in about 15 minutes Get news on the hour the house and when it breaks continuous coverage at WLS a.m. dot com I brought martyr 8 90 WLS news.

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"illinois indiana" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"illinois indiana" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Could see a million plus jobs being created just from this one loop to allow all these new arms solar arms to get built and of course they have to be maintain operate too. So here's a question. Here's question the follow up on that. How do we take the people in the rust belt. The ones that jones see williams talks about as the white working class. Yes how do we move. I don't know that we can move them physically. But how do we get them involved in this so that they can move beyond the anger the frustration despair than occurred when one of my friends said when major industries broke the the employment contract. Not taking care of workers not thinking about the effects that moving jobs off you. Know outsourcing jobs or closing down factories not thinking about what was going to do in terms of impact. How do we get them. Involved in this absolutely levin questions so in our past that i alluded to earlier where we're gonna take our loop sidney nebraska intake all the way to the east coast. We intentionally chose rust rust belt. So we're gonna go from nebraska through iowa into illinois indiana ohio pennsylvania in new york and In austin so going through those regions is gonna do a few things number one. We're going to need higher Tunnel and incidentally every thirty or forty miles. At least maybe even every five or ten miles out pop. Outbound grounded put up assault. How're new five g. Right and probably electric vehicle charging stations and other infrastructure. Around that as we're following these highways and be racing in rural rural areas as well as urban areas. Not gonna great a tremendous amount of jobs. There are already wonderful organizations out. There not rob another organizations ngos that train people who have been older industries and help them transition into wind and solar. You know the fastest growing job in america has been for the last four years ago. Wind turbine technician. The second bask- growing job is a solar installer or solar technician. So there is a tremendous need has wind solar are early valley's imbalanced mean the most capacity that's been added written of new power plants the last year's l. wind and solar have been more than happened back in some years. It's two thirds eighty percent of the new power plants that are added our energy. And that's why it's creating so many new jobs we're talking tens of billions of dollars every year already in our technology simply going to accelerate that even more and so there's a huge opportunity for a transition people have skills in whether it's coal mining oil and gas or manufacturing that are going to need to make more solar panels more converters more all the electrical components Wind turbine blades. You name it Manufacturing in the us of wind and solar improvements is large. But it's gonna get a lot larger and we need those people with those skills to make that transition troy That i did a book years ago called one world at quote that i- unearth. That did not make it into the book comes from the arabic which is to keep your eye on the stars but tire camel to a tree allows out certainly one of the more entrenched political forces that kind of goes unnoticed. I think in the united states are all of these utility boards utility commissions state by state or even even regionally is. They're going to be a resistance to those folks that the established order and establish a political donations and all that complexity goes with it. It's a pretty. Caesar made a pretty entrenched barrier. How do you. How does the new guy deal with that as an executive as as promoter of this incredible idea. Yeah look. I've been dealing with that in my whole career. When i started the lynn company in chances of very conservative berry Relied on still realized. Howling on on also people's although last year exceeded thirty percent of besides electric demand was met by wind power that was a big milestone for kansas. But that's just one state winning sample. I got death threats multiple times in two thousand two thousand one ninety nine. I'm myself in. Jim and matt's Online team because we were developing new wind farms and it was viewed as threats. You know some of the The people in companies that Made a lot of money for many many decades. Is you just described in that whole political system. I actually started a second book whole caveman country in our how our truncheons controlled by caveman tally of digging things up earning The attitude is a lot different now. I mean there's so many billions of dollars tens of billions as mentioned blowing into to clean energy every year. There's more out there from wall street and other pension funds infrastructure Name it will insurance companies. They now use solar and win as safe predictable. Asset classes in fact safer than fossil fuels insurance companies. Use the same way because with live fossil us still always have the exploration risk You know is going to go dry Transportation risks you know raising natural gas in texas coal on trains. You name it. There's a lot of moving parts in a lotta complication. Whereas wind and solar their capital intensive to build them and that causes now about the same cost is building new uncle or gas Far less than a nuclear plant But you have very low. Almost no operating costs assam. But you have. No fuel costs somehow. Somebody starts to put a on sunshine win. There's no fuel costs so anyway to answer the question. Sure that's going to be transition. Same thing happened when switched from wale oil to kerosene. Same thing happened when we switched around. Horses at horsing buggy to automobiles anytime at industry goes through a massive transformation. Like this there is going to be a lot of people that are gonna be upset and biting the change finding the kirby inertia But.

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Pawpaw Trees (MM #3839)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Pawpaw Trees (MM #3839)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. For years growing up in the Midwest, we used to play out doors and you were always dealing with pine cones and trees and even at owls we were dealing with, but we also had a lot of pawpaw trees. What I didn't realize at the time is the pawpaw trees that dropped their fruit, if you will, fruit was edible. And the reason I never realized that was because you don't see popov fruit in the store. The American pawpaw is a close cousin, if you will, to the papaya. But while it is edible, it's not very shelf sustainable. So the minute it falls from the tree, it starts rotting immediately. And of course, most of the time, the pawpaws we saw on the ground while we're rotten pawpaws and there were mushy in their gushy. And from what I've read, they're good to eat, they're great fresh off the tree, reason I'm thinking about this and I hadn't thought about pawpaws for years, was because I saw somebody the other day on Facebook or on Instagram, actually eating a pawpaw and it hit me at that point. We could actually eat those things. I never tried, but now I'm curious. The pop up doesn't grow much around Tennessee, but you can see them in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, and I'm going to try to find one because I got to try it out.

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Pawpaw Trees (MM #3839)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Pawpaw Trees (MM #3839)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. For years growing up in the Midwest, we used to play out doors and you were always dealing with pine cones and trees and even at owls we were dealing with, but we also had a lot of pawpaw trees. What I didn't realize at the time is the pawpaw trees that dropped their fruit, if you will, fruit was edible. And the reason I never realized that was because you don't see popov fruit in the store. The American pawpaw is a close cousin, if you will, to the papaya. But while it is edible, it's not very shelf sustainable. So the minute it falls from the tree, it starts rotting immediately. And of course, most of the time, the pawpaws we saw on the ground while we're rotten pawpaws and there were mushy in their gushy. And from what I've read, they're good to eat, they're great fresh off the tree, reason I'm thinking about this and I hadn't thought about pawpaws for years, was because I saw somebody the other day on Facebook or on Instagram, actually eating a pawpaw and it hit me at that point. We could actually eat those things. I never tried, but now I'm curious. The pop up doesn't grow much around Tennessee, but you can see them in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, and I'm going to try to find one because I got to try it out.

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"illinois indiana" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"illinois indiana" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Give a damn about what you think. Their intention was but they rainy document. That says that me or my people. Three fifths of an actual person is a flaw document. So let me ask you but let me let me make sure i make full representation would have existed well past the civil war you are. Here's what they should have done. And i still need to make my point about sexism. okay. I got it down. Here's the bigger point. You're splitting hairs on three fifths compromise. Okay that's what you're splitting hairs about because This was a population configuration in order to determine the electoral college matrix of that particular state so that they can have eight carolina right. Joe wanted it not to give voice. They wanted them to become system right. They wanted him to be counted. Agree on now. Here's what the goodhearted people should have done. If they were actually goodhearted you create a process. And you make them citizens dammit or you tell the southerners that they have to stop the mandate so let me let me just be clear. You are now moralizing. People in seventeen eighty. I am really absolutely one hundred percent hill out. So so you you. Moralize noah david muir christian. Yeah how about solomon too many wives. We shouldn't listen to him. He found that. I was an adulterer. He found out he had a when the almost lost his insurance shoes talion life and bear them by the fruit. And say wow so. Let me go back to the sexes. Because that's such an respectively. That's such a rightful. Wait if you history is now dare you be like how dare you. Oh my ancestors. While they didn't they actually tried to eliminate it but they owned them. No they didn't they did owns. I rather not every single counter-bid not every day was a minority of some. That did not. Let's talk and those those are some of the decent guy because they took the stand but man paticipating the repulsive. Let's talk about the north to make sure that women could even participate. Let's talk about dan by that. Of course not but let's talk about the northwest ordinance northwest. Ordinance was the new territories. Ohio michigan illinois indiana iowa which they were asking ourselves. What do we believe this new territory. Damn article six northwest ordinance ratified by every single state. Said slavery is illegal in the new territories so if they were getting rid of slavery. Why shouldn't we praise them. Yeah so thank you for bringing that up And as long as they own slavery or own slaves and engage in the enterprise. It didn't they were but they own them but listen charter to hear me. You blame me for moralizing them while you're praising them but i'm totally praising k. And you'll go back because all beings have to struggle with when they're born and what's around them things they can't control. Why why is it that all of the framers of the constitution didn't own slaves. They didn't i know. Point is the point in realistic society or moral enough to say hail. No we were on human being icelanders. Were immoral enough to say hail gail he's wheels and they're complicated human. How someone like. Thomas jefferson come right man someone. He's not complex jemison. Who advocated for the elimination slavery in virginia signed the moratorium of new slaves but own slaves himself and release them how to live with a slave. That's a complicated person. Aren't we all so let. Let's go back to something that i want you to understand. From my point of view slavery wasn't just about being enslaved. okay. Slavery was also. And i've done a trace of my lineage right Slavery was also about the slave owners who legally rape black women who molest black children who could kill without any penalty or repercussion from the government. It was more than just them ladle. That's my point to you. It was more than just the blood sweat and tears equity to build a nation. It was also the evil atrocities within the construct of a limitless environment to do what you wanted to do to another human being without pen so you just a couple of things and then i'd like to get your opinion on another person in history which is the founders at nine hundred. Thirteen estates had already abolished slavery. It was on the way out. Doctor it was. It was being killed until the cotton. Gin ally whitney and john c. Calhoun who i believe is one of the villains of american history. But how should we view a man. Like abraham lincoln cow. I'm curious you know. Abraham lincoln did what he did out of political necessity And we talk about. We live these individuals. And you're right they are. They are complex characters and we all we all are right but when we talk about somebody needs to be praiseworthy. Charlie i would rather be neutral dammit. I would rather you say you know what this guy's a mixed bag. I can't praise them. But i can't vilify him because he did this other thing so i i would just call him a mixed bag he did some good some bad hell of broken clock. It's right to time today. So so i would rather you have that opinion of some of these people that did extreme evil and committed massive atrocities against other human being. But the reason why. I'll get abraham lincoln this okay. Why think that jefferson top and and madison and j. Hamilton were so amazing. They didn't invent slavery and they never wrote extensively defending ever instead they made real structural changes to eliminate it. But abraham lincoln isn't that evidence that america made movements towards all the sudden saying. Hey here's a president. Who called if nothing is wrong than slavery is not wrong. Who gave the cooper union address. Who talked about a moral right that all men are created equal who made the divine connection between the principles of the declaration but georgia that. No i totally an. Isn't that assault right that we tried to grow in that right. I'm just curious what your opinion is of. Abraham lincoln no more than i can holistically. Praise abraham lincoln because some of the atrocities also cannot discount some of the progress. I think that's a fair that that is. There's too much lincoln bashing going on. And but that's me on the record about link. That's what okay. So let's go back to systemic racism so we kinda define it. So what can i as a white person. America do that you can't do. Are we at a place. Where now at least rail. The make the same choices. If so. how is america's systemically racist. Well it's not about your perspective of discrimination. That happens to me..

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"illinois indiana" Discussed on American Ag Today

American Ag Today

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"illinois indiana" Discussed on American Ag Today

"Welcome into another edition of american today. Produced by the american league network. I'm your host jesse allen. Well first up on today's program we're looking at some of the disappointing results. So far from early harvest across parts of the eastern corn belt this last wednesday on market. Talk i talked with mike zillow global commodity analytics and we discussed on the corn side. Some of the late season disease pressure and some of the disappointing yields were seeing in that eastern corn belt lot of reports from agronomists at farmers throughout parts of illinois indiana that they're having some quality issues there with some of this late season weather that has happened and we're starting to see an impact our yields. Here's the thoughts that Mugs zillow had about that and how that relates to our markets disappointing yields out of that eastern corn belt were hearing more late season disease in the east corn belt. And you know we pull up I know you have a corneal map. Here will pull this up. Just for our discussion. Mike on the video but Very interesting you know. We talked a lot about the eastern belt all year. Long how this is going to be the garden spot. This is going to make up for the western belt. And now we're starting to maybe pull that a little bit into question. What are your thoughts just with what you're hearing about. Some of those early yields mike. Yeah excellent points that you bring up. And i'll add to that that many producers in i think we in the trade thought the early corn would be the best because it would have gotten a round and not had to deal with the very hot august and very dry august and some of these key states. The map you're looking at right now is the september corn yield estimates by usda. And then. i highlighted the idea that five of these major corn producing states east of the mississippi river. Were all going to have record yields. I don't know a time when i've seen all five of these. Have the exact same situation where they've been able to have record yields posted in so that got me thinking even before i started hearing about the corn yields in illinois i started looking at topsoil subsoil moisture level. So what i did on this map. Was i highlighted those five states and then up and read. I put the yield for the state. Based upon some of the analysis i did notice that illinois indiana ohio all have moisture level conditions very similar to twenty nineteen. And that's the kind of analysis that i really liked. Jesse is when it all comes together. And you've got three states that are contiguous with one another all having a similar weather pattern in twenty nineteen all having similar yields or excuse me all having similar moisture levels as a result so it really calls into question of illinois's having a tough yield situation now is indiana going to have a tough yield situation and his ohio gonna to have a tough yield situation. Because as you say it's disease it's anthrax knows it's tar spotting of there are some lighter test weights as well One client in central illinois. Said he's running fifty to fifty four pound test weights and so this could be also disease related. Even though fund aside was widely used in these areas it seems to still be an issue of the plant health not being able to stay solid throughout the growing season. So this leads me to the next Analysis and this is where i did look at the topsoil and subsoil levels in these key states and i threw in iowa. I threw an iowa's well. As a result of the fact that i was obviously the key state to be looking at every year. But if you look at illinois. Indiana and ohio. Remember that they're similar the yield numbers and twenty nineteen. This is why. I say that is because topsoil subsoil moisture levels it all three of these states are almost identical within one or two points of where they were back in twenty nineteen. I just was blown away when i ran this. And all these numbers are as of mid september and again that's comments with meigs alot of global kabbani analytics from this past wednesday's episode of the market. Talk podcast which you can find online. Market talk ag dot com. Also this last week. I spent time with the big iron farm show in fargo. North dakota i got to catch up with jenna baroness with the north dakota soybean council to talk about biodiesel and some of the Advances that they are working on with biodiesel throughout north dakota and some of the new plants that are going to be coming online here very very soon across the state. Let's listen to that interview with jennifer tennis when the north dakota soybean council jenn it's great to catch over here big iron. Let's talk biodiesel. And i know that's a big thing. You guys are pushing here during the big iron farm. Show this week talk about some of the latest news and some of the things. You guys are talking about this week with growers and and folks coming through the show. Happy to do that. So when you talk about latest news in bio-diesel it's it's been hard to keep up every day. It seems like you see announcements of crush expansion new crush joint ventures have been kind of a new thing we're seeing and so one thing we're really Just making sure that farmers especially in north dakota are aware of is the joint venture that's been signed between marathon in dickinson that's producing renewable diesel and adm. The future adm crush plant in spirit. Would so when that crush plant does come online. Every bit of that oil is going to go to dickinson to the marathon plant to make renewable diesel essentially for california and it should be noted that that renewable diesel plant in dickinson is the second largest in the us and so for north dakota soybean farmers. I think it's good to be aware and we want to make sure they know that you know. We've really kind of been a spectator to this bio-diesel industry for a while. We've been supporting and ask the council because it's it's a pillar to the soybean industry but we're going from spectators to pretty major players And so this. Renewable diesel renewable diesel different from biodiesels drop in fuel. It is almost identical to petroleum diesel. And so that's why it's easy to use. California is really calling for it to meet their low carbon fuel standard and so It's great to be a player in that industry. It's going to open a lot of doors for north dakota soybean farmers. I believe it's a big reason that we're seeing that crush plant come into spirit would And i think it's going to be a great market option for your scum. And that's what i was gonna say is. It's a huge market opportunity for our growers here across north dakota and then something that they haven't had before obviously so it's going to create more options and create more competition out there for them soybeans. That's exactly right and in a state where we really haven't had soybean processing of any amount to speak of. It's really a big deal and it's something that we we hope to see. Even more of you know to take all of that. Oil is only going to power forty percent of that dickinson plant so they have room to take more and so that that's good news for north dakota soybean farmers why no soybean council are always advocating for soybean farmers and if they have questions about things like this or they wanna talk to you or they want to. Just stay up today with the latest news. What's going to be the easiest way to do that. Jenner checkup andy. Soybean dot org we have a farmer opportunities page also. Follow us on social media. We're pretty much handle. Andy soybean on almost every social platform you can think of so. Keep up with us there. We have a lot of farmer opportunities specifically in terms of biodiesel. We'll be having some bio-diesel farmer workshops coming post harvest and into winter along with that. We also have a rebate program. And so if you're interested in using biodiesel now's a great time to try it and save some money on your fuel. Jen appreciate the time. Thanks for catching us up on all things soybean council here big. I appreciate it. Yes thank you again. Talking with from the north dakota soybean council during this past week's big iron farm show in fargo north dakota. That's going to do it for another edition of american today. Produced by the american egg network. Thank you so much for joining in with the program here today. I'm your host jesse allen wishing you a great day..

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"illinois indiana" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"illinois indiana" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

"Them here in phoenix. I mean we'll all those teams had a common thread. Every gonna team loved to compete at everything basketball related so when you stepped on the floor and you play one on one. Every guy wants to win playing five one five and you keep score. Who's getting defensive. Stops every team wants to win. You don't find very many guys on our team now. You won't find a guy on our team like you can have that one 'cause you can have that when i'll get the next one. Msf culture of working Competition so if you think about like college environment using your in college all guys do is play basketball compete at everything force one on one sprint. Drills suicide drills and so we wanted to make sure that we had the types of guys that would embrace working competition and and that's what they shine so when we look at us on the floor. Sometimes we're going to be outmanned physically some nights we're going to have more talent in but our guys will always step on say they won't out to beat us they won't work and that's where they get their confidence. So what one one more with. When we're talking about chris paul having dinner at the house right that sounded like a hundred dinners. We had during our chance. We dinner some drinks in like it was but it was. We go over to bronze house or we would go over to k. Loves house and we will just do a dinner and just be around each other and even when we were at noida with each other. We couldn't stand each other or like people were be in not in a negative way like an a brother way like we understood the importance of being around each other. The chris paul edition like having that leader there. What what would that mean in like. Do you see similar. Because i've never played with chris paul so like but you know. He's obviously a hall of famer. He's legend but like are there similarities between him and braun and how they try and bring people together to push towards a goal Care about their teammates right. And that's the most important thing for them is is not just winning but helping their teammates win right and and there aren't any limits to how far they will go to help their team win so that means having dinners great de means bringing guys in in listening to that means spending extra time away like going to a guy a mean guy where he is to bring them up to where you wanna go. That's what those guys do. Because that's their nature. Nature is leaders is to to lead team to victory. And so having. Chris a guy that if you ask anyone who's ever play with chris. He's the most competitive guy. All he wants to do is win but he doesn't want to win for himself. Wants to win for the team and genuine. So it's not tough to take criticism from them because you know where it's coming from. It's not hey you're holding me back from winning. He's like no. This is holding you back from winning so listen to me. So that's why he's been so instrumental. I think one thing that i've always noticed about. You is your assessment of talent is pretty dang spot on right and i've watched as you worked away pretty quickly up to obviously got executive of the year. Whatever but like for me just whatever young players but for me right in we we we talk about everything whenever we see each other. You know you always have friends teammates. Who like when you see him. You feel like you've never. I've seen you every single. It's just one of those things and so talks about college. What is one thing you look for in college players guys. You wanna drafter guys. You want here right. What is like to traits or three traits again. You said competitiveness. They want to compete. What are some other things so people listen is like. Hey you don't have to be the best shooter right now. Made the best rebounder. But you've got to compete. You gotta try those so those behaviors right competition working part like those are just your actions ship your behavioral patterns. Like you're gonna come every day and you're gonna give what you have. I look for capacity. I think what happens in in our game too much people talk about potential. A guy potentially can do something. You can't shoot now. But if he works at it in two years maybe he'll be able to play while i understand as a player at this level. When you're playing against the best in the world you have to have something you can hang your hat on every night. That gives you confidence. That if i do what. I'm supposed to continue to work on these other things. I can survive and so for me i look at a college guy who has experienced has been there. Three or four years demonstrated over three or four years. He can rebound at a high level. He can pass at a high level he can shoot at a high level. I'm confident when he comes in and he'll say okay. I may not be bigger than him. I may not be faster. May take time may take time for the game to slow down but my identity is. I know i can score and i've been scoring for three or four years and even when things are bad i can lean on so i'm looking for guys that bad the capacity to do the things that translate here if you can defend their multiple ways to defend the team defender whatever. But that's what it's about this episode road trip and is brought to you by bourbon. I even if you don't have a traditional nine to five schedule. There is no denying that this past year has changed the way that work and intersect without a designated office to come home from. We're missing that natural break in our days. Our friends at jim beam recognize this phenomenon. And they wanna help us out. Beat the burnout and start blocking off the hour of six to seven. 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"illinois indiana" Discussed on Purdue Commercial AgCast

Purdue Commercial AgCast

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"illinois indiana" Discussed on Purdue Commercial AgCast

"Or my colleagues. Dr nathan thompson is associate professor in the department of agriculture economics. Michael langham buyer. Who's a professor. And the associate director with senator commercial agriculture revenue webinar today following. Usda's release of the office crop report. Our production report as well as updated world. Eggs supply-demand estimates and there was a tremendous amount of information most reports. So we're going to get right to it As corneal meant which everybody was anxiously awaiting came in at one hundred seventy four point. Six bushels prager on that was down. Roughly five From the estimate had published a month earlier enforce that was just based on trend. This one was actually based on some infield observations. So historically more accurate estimate of what's gonna take place although there's still a lot of variability if you look at the history must report of these reports of these forecasts of that does put the ohio last year but not a lot if you look at the data on a state by state basis. It's pretty interesting and michael. You've taken a closer look at this baby. Then i have. Those august estimates on each state by state basis are very interesting indiana eastern corn belt woods great northwest farther corn belt. Not much right iowa. Illinois and indiana or all all looking at yields that are substantially above last year And and illinois indiana record yields whereas minnesota south dakota north dakota yields are substantially. What they were last year given the crop conditions of their That's not real surprising Looking at the latest data a minnesota had had only thirty six percent of their corn rated good to excellent. North dakota only seventeen percent that's why the percentage decline is so large there. South dakota thirty percent Only thirty percent of their crops. is rated good to excellent so a conditions are not good up there You therefore some very large reductions in yield convert last year. And you know. I think a lot of people were expecting reductions. Obviously in that part of the world because of the weather conditions they experienced. But there's a surprise in those states. Maybe the biggest surprise at least for me was minnesota. We knew the third men's difficulties especially in southwest minnesota. But you know they're yield is down thirteen fourteen percent compared to last year. I wasn't expecting that big of a reduction for for minnesota. How 'bout you. I thought maybe it might be ten percent. I mean the competitions have not been good up. There with thirteen percent is larger than i thought it was going to be. That's a large reduction for a major numbers in state so if you look at the latest drought monitor which just came out yesterday. You can see that. They're still some question. Marks in terms of where these yields dome on got the drop monitor kind of divided up there with the mid in eastern corn belts a part of the market on the right hand side and then western corn belt and some of the plain states on the left hand side. You can see the dakotas still very dry based on the drought monitor Minnesota still very draw dry based on the drought monitor. Parts of iowa still pretty dry based on the drought monitor. So you think about it Especially on a soybean side there is definitely secure in terms of what's going to take place on going forward and mike you took a look at number percentage of the crop. That's in those states this a lot right. You look at that North dakota couldn't minnesota is close to nineteen percent of the corn crop with minnesota having close to nine percent. I just that state and so very large producers and in some unfairly low yields iowa. Even though iowa's up compared to last year remember they had that really bad storm. A windstorm last year so that that impacted yeltsin iowa throughout iowa particularly in certain places and so and so the end you to put that perspective to just get a little more context on the i will yield. Indiana is expected to have a higher yield than iowa at this napa very often. Typically iowa has stronger Average corneille than than indiana and went on indiana record. High yield specter indiana. One hundred ninety four bush's breaker also taking a look at those crop conditions. You kind of mentioned that a little bit earlier but you might wanna highlight those little more. Michael just to summarize briefly. I mean we if we if we take a look at this this chart and we see that indiana's well above their five-year average would seem why india's expecting record record corn yields rippers percentage of the crop ray of good dax is almost three fourths in indiana compared with sixty percent five year average on the us on the other hand The twenty twenty one. A percentage of the corner good to excellent is actually lower than the five year average. And so i. I think that helps to explain why indiana's expected to have such a high corneille and the us average being below trend. So we take a look at the corn. Production numbers look at the chart for just a second corn production number for. Us came in at fourteen point. Seven five billion bushels. That's up from fourteen point one eight but it's a lower the Day was forecasting a month ago and lower the what the trains expecting coming into the report. So you want to focus on the surprise for the from reports. Yesterday the big surprise really was on the corn yield and resulting lee on the corn a yield production number both of those coming in below the average and actually below most of the individual estimates as well on both of those If you look at the ending stocks estimates. Usda did raise the twenty twenty crop ending stock estimate in other words the quantity corn. We're going to carry over from the twenty twenty-five theory into the two thousand twenty one five year just slightly but if you look at the charred It's sorta humbling away to look at this chart because if you look at what. The number was projected to be this time of year ago. That number was projected to be almost two point. Eight billion bushels and so that projection wound up coming down by roughly one point seven billion bushels over the course of the marketing year as a huge change in the estimate overtime. And i guess the idea of how difficult it is to forecast ended stocks on michael. You planned out one of the reasons that was because of crop. Estimate will shrinking hard following the release of the august report in a part of that was the storm of a swept through so much of the corn available and midwest last year just religious year ago this week excellent if you look at the stocks projection for To twenty twenty one crocker going into the twenty twenty two crop year. Usda pulled that back. Roughly one hundred ninety million bushels on compared to our forecast just a month earlier. So that's number one point. Four billion bushels a month earlier was one point. Four three blink bushels so that's still a pretty tight ending stocks on number if you look at that ending stocks as a percentage of total usage The twenty twenty that came in at seven point four percent. That's the revised estimate on this month's report for next year for the twenty twenty one crop year. It's coming in now at eight point five percent and just remember a month ago. That was very very close to ten percent just under ten percent a month earlier. So i'm not gonna say that we're going to see a repeat of what we saw last year but we are seeing a little bit of evidence of some tightening and those stocks relative. What we're expecting earlier in the marketing year on.

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"illinois indiana" Discussed on WILL 580 Ag Reports: The Closing Market Report

WILL 580 Ag Reports: The Closing Market Report

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"illinois indiana" Discussed on WILL 580 Ag Reports: The Closing Market Report

"But probably not enough to end the dryness story that we've been dealing with for most of the growing season now from the mississippi river under the east. The rain chances are perfect. We don't think we're going to see some real big heavy rain events over the next couple of weeks. But we don't need that either because much of illinois indiana ohio michigan were all pretty wet over most of the less thirty to forty five days and so even if we don't get a huge amount of ram we don't need a huge amount of rain to keep everything moving along so in the end is a real challenging thing to figure out because the one hand the areas that are wet will stay wet but maybe not get as much rain as they would like to see some of these dry areas to the west and perseverance in minnesota. We'll see some decent rainfall but will it be enough to end the dryness story. Probably not but it certainly will improve things and then as you move further west from there but we really need the rain because of the drought that we've been dealing with all season long. We'll see some storms here and there but unlikely enough to end the dryness story so in the end anti this is why this growing season has been a little more challenging than recently just because we have different growing areas that are experiencing different types of weather and different types of condition with arguably some great growing season weather for the eastern crumble over the last few weeks and few months but not so good off to the west. And that's kind of what we're dealing with. Is there any indication from the broader context of the planet about changing weather conditions as we move towards the middle to latter part of august. Well we are moving past the peak of the temperature point for the northern hemisphere which is right around july twentieth. Let's when temperatures across the northern hemisphere or the warmest now every day. You move forward through about january twentieth. Temperatures naturally are going to be getting cooler ness because the angle of the sun is decreasing other removing through the summer and we're approaching meteorological autumn. Which i hate to even think about who starts on september first which is only three to four weeks out so from that perspective. Yes things are going to start changing because you're just moving away from the heart of summer but as far as anything major. That would be unusual. We don't see too much happening except a state that the jetstream is going to align across southern canada over most of the next two weeks. Is ben doing that for most of the last four weeks. Now we haven't seen a lot of rain over the last one to two weeks. But the setup has generally proven to be one that prevents heat from lasting in and also prevented drying from overtaking the corn belt. The only exception to that has been in the dakotas in person nebraska. So we just think when we started seeing this type of weather setup where it's a little uncertain exactly how everything is going to work out but we have some idea it typically means that the same thing that you've been dealing with what's going to happen going into the future so at this point with it we're going to be in that middle area where we're not going to see the great huge rains in the ideal cool pattern that we like to see this time of the year for also not going to see the dry and hot scenario that really wipes things out in hurts crop so just kind of in that middle ground would some areas doing great some areas doing not so great a little rain here a little rain there but maybe not the perfect temperature set up with a deal cools to thank you my yep great being here. That's mike tenora. he's with t storm weather in chicago. Illinois joined us on this thursday edition of closing market report. It came to you from illinois public media.

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"illinois indiana" Discussed on WILL 580 Ag Reports: The Closing Market Report

WILL 580 Ag Reports: The Closing Market Report

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"illinois indiana" Discussed on WILL 580 Ag Reports: The Closing Market Report

"So another fifteen cents would get us very close to fill in that gap and at that point it would have to take A pretty good drop in the in the overall corneille to to keep us up above five seventy five going into harvest. I would think and then we turn our attention To next week. Of course because we have the first crop production import due out on the twelfth of the month that is correct no actual samples from the the fields they will use infrared and farmer surveys to come up with that number And then gradually hone it down closer to the final numbers as we go month-by-month but this will give us our first indication as to what. Usda is thinking corn and bean estimates will be wondering what the andersons facilities for instance in kearney nebraska and denison iowa are telling you about crops in their areas two different areas nebraska Pretty good shape They've been very well Up until recently they've been getting rains They're just starting to get a little dry. But i think they're in pretty good shape all in all denison iowa up and that northwest part of iowa has been one the dryer pockets and so they're expecting below average yields in that northwest part of iowa whereas carney nebraska probably looking at above average Corneille so kind of a tale of two two different areas right there then right here. Things are looking very very good. Yes east of the mississippi. I think things are good where it didn't get drowned out. We're we're expecting very very good. Yield i think in illinois indiana and ohio house basis holding up for both cornyn savings. We've got about a dollar premium For both old crop corn and beans compared to new crop corn and beans in our area. And that's pretty standard Countrywide so we just need to limp limp along ration out. What little is left out there for the next six weeks until we can get into harvest and go from there. I think we will see some quick shipment premiums as we get into september. I'm not sure how much we will be able to take advantage of that here in central illinois because a lot of fun decide it's been going on which will probably keep the crop healthier and wetter for a longer period of time but If the premiums are good enough. I think farmers will be able to take corn off wet and dry it down and try to take advantage of some of those premiums. I thank you all right. Thanks todd that's greg johnson. He's with the andersons. Joined us on this monday edition of the closing market report. A came to you from illinois public media..

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"illinois indiana" Discussed on The Energy Gang

The Energy Gang

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"illinois indiana" Discussed on The Energy Gang

"Is a quote from from the book. Along the way he found that the obstacles to a cleaner cheaper electricity future have more to do politics than technological limits. So another element that derailed. This project was in. I believe two thousand fifteen when two senators Put forward a bill that would make it hard to build the line What happened in two thousand fifteen that caused kind of a political explosion for clean line. Energy partners will you had senators. Who introduced a bill. That basically said you know you need to have every state you know if you're going to build an interstate transmission line. You need every state along the way to to sign off on it. I mean it sort of took the concept of a federal backstop And tore it up and said no everyone needs to sign off on this And you know the the sense. I get from from having interviewed. You know well over one hundred people for this book and many people involved in the politics of this is that this wasn't about setting policy. This was about slowing the project down enough to essentially kill it. I mean this is washington To to the extent that the us senators got involved. they just kind of hit the brakes To make sure this project didn't go forward and you know as as anyone involved in energy development knows you know if you have. Investors investors want You know a reasonable timeframe to get their money back or to have an opportunity to get their money back and it seemed like every time you know michael skelly and clean. Line turned around. There was one more hurdle to was put in the way that was just delaying this. And you know ultimately. They overcame all of this. You know the overcame the senators Trying to stop them. They overcame a federal lawsuit. There's an incredible Federal court decision That sort of confirms what they were trying to do is legal. I mean every obstacle on their way. They overcame From a legal and regulatory and political framework Except you know It took so long that investors sort of began running out of patience. And you know at the end of the day you had a us. Senator lamar alexander get up onto the floor of the senate making a speech aimed at one particular project and just basically saying. I don't like this project. This project is not going to go forward Oh and by the way we should support. Nukes been nukes are so much better than than wind and he was saying that at a time and he was pointing to watts bar which was nuclear power plant in tennessee. That had recently been opened after a. What twenty. Five year. Hiatus and start building in the seventies And you know. I don't know whether he knew this or not. But at the time. Watts bar had just had a pretty significant problem Had to go off line would stay off line for months. So you know it's it. This was never a policy debate This was always a political struggle to stop a project. Catherine what does this tell you i mean. Are we ever going to be able to build stuff like this if the politics are this bad. We'll so i actually think it does have to come from the federal government and the government that may still mean public private partnership and people like skelly being able to provide you know private investment and private development but i think the federal government just as they've built highways just as they've built the rural electric grid just as they're trying to get broadband. Everybody it needs to be something that is seen as a national priority and that it benefits everybody and make that case and make sure that you have champions in congress to move it forward rather than just people who wanna throw roadblocks so russell was this really about transmission or was it really about wind the transmission line that skelly and clean was trying to build was coming into the tennessee valley authority and one of the big opposition to it. Was that the wind that the all in cost that was being offered was below two cents per kilowatt hour and it would've required essentially closing down some the the local power plants in tennessee the way we built utilities in this country. They're not. They don't just generate electricity. They generate power and they generate patronage and they generate You know and the tennessee valley authority was sort of looking at this. And saying well wait. We've gotta give jobs in the tennessee valley in order to create jobs in the oklahoma. Panhandle where we don't wanna do that and so it was. It was a question of sort of regional self interest over some sort of national You know some sort of national program and it just responded katherine. Think about what you staying. There are lots of possibilities out here. That i'm sort of curious of whether we can move ahead with To see if we can make these projects work first of all. I should say that. One of michael scalise projects the ultimate had to sell off to inventor g in chicago. It looks like it's going to be built. This is a big h dc line. That comes out of south western. Kansas and goes up to the Illinois indiana border If it does get built in it's finally clear a lot of local hurdles in in missouri. It will be really interesting to see. And i think a lot of people will be looking at like. Does this work. is their way to make money off this and our people benefiting because if you know if one of these lines gets built that will create its own momentum and then the question is what kind of creativity can we have to try to Bring more transmission and there's a really good reason to bring more transmission all the models sort of show and indicate that we can get you know fifty seventy five percent renewable energy at a lower cost than we have today and significantly lower greenhouse gases So you know that to me seems like a pretty good deal know and that's what skelly was pushing so getting back to the this creativity. We haven't tried utility carter's we haven't tried using railroads or highways as a right of way to build along. But i think that backs up catherine's point right. I mean ultimately when you look at what the deal is the energy got here. They were able to stand on top.

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"illinois indiana" Discussed on WILL 580 Ag Reports: Commodity Week

WILL 580 Ag Reports: Commodity Week

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"illinois indiana" Discussed on WILL 580 Ag Reports: Commodity Week

"One hundred twenty nine years Middle and southern third of minnesota the numbers of saying all in thirty days. We will have to probably implement a some type of contingency plan. If mother nature does not send some adequate timely rain or direction. Okay so i asked that question purposely. Meant and chuck and joe Thinking that they are a bit isolated relatively speaking because when they look good crops they can actually get them out but when they backdrops really hard to get them in. And i want to know what you think. That does to basis here You already heard what it did to basis With him or with within their draw area but how much of a difference does it actually make to the east. Matt we have an idea. Does it make the east when they have issues in. Iowa's at your question. John well right so so here. Here's the thing if they if if they're draws by truck only relatively speaking and that's probably going to be. I would think the case for all lot of the western area areas with the with the one exception of how they feed the peon w that could be different But how much i mean. We're just hearing about devastation. Or potential devastation. In that play in that area. I'm wondering how producers should think about it especially as it relates to their own basis and how far it backs up and into illinois indiana ohio other places. Well my my gut tells me that you know. Obviously i typically doesn't ship a whole lot of corn out because they use so much corn and if i'm in an area that's even relatively close to the northwest quadrant. If the north west quadrant stays dry. It's certainly gonna help basis now. How far is that gonna filter out. I've got to think that you could get into Parts of western northern illinois potentially. I don't know that it's going to go a whole lot. Farther than that though. Especially if this weather stays I would say conducive to a potentially large crop especially in illinois. So i think that a big robin illinois could could kinda I guess feed that market if you will and Maybe stop What i would call a strong basis for moving to the east but a lot of that has to do with weather in what we're going to see moving forward and i think right now it looks to me like illinois could potentially be setting yourself up. My i know you get in your father northern illinois and we've had some producers. Tell us that they're really frustrated with their lack of rainfall and i know not all parts of illinois perfect by any means but i do think that If this system comes through this weekend gives as much rainfall as some of them were predicting. Hopefully it's not as excessive of some of them as predicted but if it's a good one There's no question. I think it'd be pretty Pretty darn interesting this year here..

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"illinois indiana" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"illinois indiana" Discussed on WGN Radio

"America dot com Getting back to normal that story and more after w g n traffic. We start off the traffic, which some heavy delays over on the Tri state will start first on I 80 94 eastbound. We've got road construction there reduced the roadway to four lanes on the eastbound side right before the Illinois Indiana state line to Calumet Avenue. That's going to be solid from the Tri state tollway and that's going on until Saturday, June 26 that's affecting the tristate Colbun on I 2 94 Approaching Grand Avenue. You've got some 15 minutes extra travel times on your delay their solid traffic from Belmar. Oh, and then on the Coton tri state between Dixie Highway and I 80 94. You have almost an hour delay on your travel times there. Over on the Eisenhower inbound between Mannheim and East Avenue. You've got some healthy delays as you have on I 80 94 westbound between I 65 Kennedy Avenue over on the outbound Kennedy. You've got delays between Montrose and Harlem. There is road construction there. You've got an extra half hour on your tie travel time on the inbound candy between Montrose and the burn interchange. And you've got your Sunday afternoon delays on Lake Shore drive this one north bound between the Stevenson and Jackson drive that is due to an earlier stall. Illinois Department of Public Health today released data showing the state's test positivity rate at a record low, The state reported a test.

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"illinois indiana" Discussed on The Power Trip After Party

The Power Trip After Party

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"illinois indiana" Discussed on The Power Trip After Party

"Real. What the yeah. You can cost your your thoughts. Fuck right right. I know that's the correct answer. It's all three anybody guest. Okay it can be any member of the power. Drew morning combined talk show. That shit's together stay secret. Doors success best. Guess wanna go hawks. Much i appreciate six out of eight. Which phone sits out of dockery's for asper. He actually did that. But as an experiment. We've asked people just to guess who did it. And almost every stephanie. Five percents have guest. Chris and by the way i know the three of us are sitting here but it could be it. Could be carly lieber crease ole. Tommy could be anybody but everybody's guessing you are testing all the variables things x going to look to see if there's anyone else. So paul and chris switch switch and you hold the phone again. I don't know if we can stop this train though. I don't think screwed we tried. I must look like a guy who shits huge herds. Why are we switching seats. I mean he doesn't try and clean up the very. I thank you for saying that. I appreciate i thank you. That's a giant dr. Brian described it like it was a nature show. They did the using eloquent language. So by the way as we wait for our next victim Are you from chicago or something. I i know you're giants cubs fan. That's where he from yup which grow out south side chicago new air cell such that like Like border illinois indiana. Okay city right place of the blues brother's no kidding. That's near near joliet like thirty five. Forty five minute okay. Cool 'cause that's where pete verses from what's the best pizza place in chicago I'm gonna go with dominates. Hell no sides are really does. I'm gonna go Loom all nowadays is really good. I mean you gotta get next chicago. Pizza is thin crust. It's not really deep. Dish is more like a tourist like special occasion type thing. how many. How many slices of pizza would you have to eat to produce what you just saw a whole pie. Probably yeah minimum least large by extra cheese yet right. I don't think can you imagine what it's doing right now. He's zach is frantically running around this four looking for people to show a. Should.

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Chicago health officials give a COVID-19 vaccine update

Anna Davlantes

01:01 min | 2 years ago

Chicago health officials give a COVID-19 vaccine update

"Updates on vaccine rollout from state health officials, including Illinois public health director Doctor and goes a Zika. She addressed the need for financial support for vaccinations and other coronavirus issues. Aggressive expansion of genomic sequencing that infrastructure is needed for accurate and timely assessment of the threat and the identification of new variants. Another critical piece with heightened application and economically disadvantaged communities is the continuation of paid sick leave and direct financial support to encourage compliance with distancing quarantine and isolation orders. She called on Congress to fund robust I T solutions, she says connecting medical records, pharmacy logs and state registration tools would make it much easier to get a vaccination appointment. Illinois reported today. 2304 new coronavirus cases and 47 additional deaths Statewide positivity rate is 3.9%. So far, more than one million cove in 19 vaccines have been administered in Illinois, Indiana reported

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"illinois indiana" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"illinois indiana" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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New Covid cases surge in Midwest

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

New Covid cases surge in Midwest

"Breaking day for new cases of the coronavirus in Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin. WGN's Kim Gordon Illinois, reporting 12,702 new cases, 43 deaths and a positivity rate of 12.6% in Indiana. It's not much better. The state reporting 6654 new cases 51 deaths in a 10.5% positivity rate. The Illinois Department of Health on Wednesday, asking all residents to limit travel work from home on Lee go out for essential items that avoid gatherings of any size for the next three weeks. Indiana will put tighter covert restrictions in place starting this weekend in counties where the virus is surging ahead of the emergency department of Belen Hospital and Green Bay. Dr. Paul Casey tells CNBC that his states and crisis mode with hospital statewide either at or nearing capacity. Hearing

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Gov. Pritzker Addresses Illinois After Releasing New Stay-at-Home Guidance

Chicago's Afternoon News

01:11 min | 2 years ago

Gov. Pritzker Addresses Illinois After Releasing New Stay-at-Home Guidance

"Statewide to celebrate the upcoming holidays at their own homes and to avoid gatherings to social distance and wear masks when possible. This is the moment to step up and get it right. Winter is coming this estate health officials reported today. Another record high single day number of new infections of the coronavirus in Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin governor prints could have this for residents who refused to follow state safety guidelines. We've given you the data here in Illinois and the best studies from across the nation and the Globe. We've shown you what this looked like in the spring and how this wave is already worse than that in many regions of of the the state. state. What What will will it it take take to to make make this this real real now? now? Governor Governor praised praised Chicago Chicago Mayor Mayor Lori Lori Lightfoot Lightfoot for for tightening tightening health health guidance guidance on on gatherings gatherings and and travel travel in in Chicago. Chicago. The mayor today tweeting that a stay at home advisory starts at 6 A.m. Monday in the city. She's asking Chicago residents to stay at home on Lee going out for essential things like food work, fuel prescription medications, doctors appointments, the mayor's also asking residents who had planned on hosting or attending Thanksgiving gatherings to cancel. State representative of Shawn

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Washington DC drops Delaware from list of 'high-risk' states

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Washington DC drops Delaware from list of 'high-risk' states

"Department of Health is revising its list of high risk around a virus states with requirements for all out of state travelers coming into Washington, D C states added to the list this morning include Alaska, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and Minnesota, DC, is removing from the list. Delaware Pile in Washington state near Mariel Bowser to that inn recently issued you'll remember an order requiring all people traveling into D C from high risk states for non essential reasons. The self quarantine for at least 14 days. In all, there are nearly 30 states now on the list. Maryland and Virginia are exempt The complete list updated click away double GOP dot com

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Washington DC drops Delaware from list of 'high-risk' states

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Washington DC drops Delaware from list of 'high-risk' states

"The city's department of Health is revisiting are revising. That is its list of high risk Corona virus states with requirements for all out of state travelers coming into Washington, D C States added to the list this morning include Alaska, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and Minnesota. D C is removing Delaware, Ohio and Washington State. Your Muriel Bowser, you'll remember recently issued an order requiring all people traveling into D C from high risk states for non essential reasons to self quarantine upon return for at least 14 days and all there are nearly 30 states now on the list. Maryland and Virginia are exempt. Updated list. You can be found CE I click away double duty lp dot com.

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Washington DC drops Delaware from list of 'high-risk' states

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Washington DC drops Delaware from list of 'high-risk' states

"DCs Department of Health, revising its list of high risk Cove in 19 states, with requirements for all out of state travelers coming into Washington states added to the list, including Alaska, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky and Minnesota. DCs removing Delaware, Ohio and Washington State Mayor Bowser Only issued an order requiring all people traveling into D. C from high risk states for non essential reasons to self quarantine for 14

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Washington, DC revises coronavirus quarantine list

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Washington, DC revises coronavirus quarantine list

"Of Health is revising its list of high risk Corona virus states added to the list today. Alaska, Alaska, Illinois, Illinois, Indiana, Indiana, Kentucky Kentucky and and Minnesota. Minnesota. The The city city is is also also removing removing Delaware, Delaware, Ohio Ohio and and Washington Washington State State from from the the list list bear bear balls balls or or recently recently issued issued an an order order requiring requiring all people traveling into D. C from higher estates for non essential reasons to self quarantine For 14 days in all, there are a total of 29 states now on that list. Maryland, Virginia are Exempt. We have updated the entire list on w GOP dot com Here in the

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Mystery seeds from Other Countries  are landing in Americans' mail boxes

Steve Cochran

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Mystery seeds from Other Countries are landing in Americans' mail boxes

"Received a package of seeds from overseas The ware. Here's w CI ends Ryan Burrow all across the country. People have been getting unsolicited packages of mysterious seeds. Got a couple packages. I walked by the sink. So what is that what it is? And he said Seeds and Nancy profound from Roseville. Michigan, says her package appears to have come from Uzbekistan. This one actually looks like little garlic, paprika. In there, but the different pictures we've seen someone look like sunflowers, seeds or even nuts. Officials from at least 27 states are warning people not to open the packages. They could be invasive, potentially introducing diseases to plants that could be harmful to livestock. They could also be part of a brushing scam. Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin have not yet issued warnings. Now

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Choosing the Right Tech Stack with Dave Paola

Ruby on Rails Podcast

11:31 min | 3 years ago

Choosing the Right Tech Stack with Dave Paola

"It's so great to talk to you again. Dave thanks Brian you hello from South Lake Tahoe. Awesome Dave what is your developer. Origin story developer. Origin Story I am one of those weird people who got into coding. As a young kid I I started messing with Ms dos batch files on my parents. Samsung three eighty six When I was in middle school probably fifth grade. Or something like that Dos Batch files quickly led me to Q. Basic so shout out to all the old school basic programmers listening Then I kind of throughout high school Expanded my programming knowledge again. All for fun Just Doing things visual basic six Eventually progressing to Java and then I was lucky enough to really awesome university the University of Illinois Indiana Champagne And I was involved in the group there where I met just a bunch of world class. People who really kind of added rocket fuel to my programming My programming experience Yeah that's pretty much. That's pretty much. How did that? And then after after college I moved out to the bay area to pursue the proverbial startup the startup gold rush. If you will so David. Such an interesting question. Because I spent a couple of years in San Francisco and I'd love to get your take on this. Do you feel any more. That potential founders need to move out to the bay area well so I do have a new startup in South Lake Tahoe. Um and so I I lived in the area for about eight years. Six of which were at block So most of my tenure in San Francisco was at a start up and I'll be honest I think I did leave San Francisco and I left for a variety of reasons that we can probably guess what they are but I do think that. The one thing about Doing a startup in particular outside of the Bay as I think that the most difficult part there will be finding investors. I still think that the the the money that is available in the bay is unmatched anywhere else in the country But I think barring that I see no reason we've been perfectly successful. Jelly switch Without being in the bay near the of course so I can go down to the bay whenever I want but I actually haven't been there in many many many months So I definitely don't think you need to move to San Francisco to do a start but you'll definitely need to spend time there. I would imagine If you want if you're interested in raising money from a VCR or a group of angels such good insight so how much has ruby on rails made an impact on your career Yeah that's a good question. While I was first exposed to rails in college there was another student who was just getting into it and this was probably this was two thousand. I WANNA say two thousand six two thousand seven and so I'm not I don't remember if it was rails one or two at the time but we kind of went through the the d. h. h build a blog and ten minutes built a blog and five minutes with the rail scaffold command and it really opened my eyes at the time I was really knee deep in in skull. I believe Doing doing kind of exploring the the the world of the JVM and the whole world and the thing that really struck me about rails. I was introduced to like many people imagine introduced to Ruby at the same time and I remember trying to get This is I think before her. Roku was even around. I'm not sure I remember trying to get a ruby on rails a rails to project running on using passage. Gi under Apache on a on some kind of a A digital are some kind of a cloud host somewhere I really liked coming from both the python world and the world of Java. I really like the the emphasis that Ruby has on on programmer productivity and I have all sorts of thoughts and opinions an an a hobby explorations I've performed in the small talk world and The lineage between Ruby and small I think is fascinating but the thing I love about rails in particular and the thing that the the biggest impact that it's had on my career is that I like I really liked doing big things with small teams and I think that's one of the one of the philosophies if if not explicitly mentioned I I took that quote From Sam Stevenson. Who's one of the developers of base camp? So that's that's my favorite thing about rails and I found this really allows me to do is move really quickly on things like side projects rapid prototyping and now for probably the third or fourth time. It's been possible for me to move really quickly with a really small team moving from the prototype into an actual product that can be sold in the real world as a business and I. I'm not sure I'm not sure that there is another framework out. There that is as tuned to that objective as rails. I completely agree so we met when I was first a student and then an instructor a block which of course you founded and because of that and all of your experience around boot camps and watching the evolution of them. I wanted to give you a space where you can just kind of. Tell the listeners about how you feel about boot camps at this present moment yes so that could be a really long topic I was not the sole founder. I was a co-founder actually. We had we had a couple of other folks Involved as well gosh that the journey occupied six years of my life in my in my mid to late twenties and we we grew the company from basically for people to over one hundred hundred ten or maybe a hundred and fifteen people When I left in two thousand seventeen and in between two thousand twelve and two thousand seventeen. the bootcamp world just kind of exploded There was a there was a huge amount of interest In that in that industry. So I mean if you want my thoughts on on boot camps in general I've been fairly unplugged from that industry for the past two years But I will say that I believe that. The rising tide lifts all boats I think it's great that there are young talented resourceful people doing their best to change people's lives. We had A. We had a phrase that block. I don't know if you remember this or not. But we phrased that. We saw that all too often when capitalism and education meet that the result is exploitation. And we really didn't believe that that was an inevitable thing so we really really tried hard not to not to have that happen at block And for me personally. One of the one of the unique things about block. It's been awhile since I've been in touch with anybody there but so I'm not sure if this is still the way they do it the way we always try to structure. Our programs was very different than the classroom And the the word that we chose very deliberately and thoughtfully was the word mentor and so we wanted to every student to have one mentor that they had that was an experienced practitioner in the field That could help them learn and the reason for that was because first of all for me personally. I know that I've learned the most by just working alongside really talented people who are much more experienced than I was and so. I don't know that there are a ton of programs out there that think about it. That way There might be a few of them out there now But I do know that for the first couple of years we were the only ones That was really fun. the other the other thing. I don't like about blue camps honestly and this is something that we kind of discovered later on block and attempted to to kind of course correct With kind of attenuated succession. I say is a lot of times employers very skeptical bootcamp Grad sometimes. It's sometimes it's unreasonable skepticism or unfair skepticism. And other times. It's it is reasonable skepticism. There's only so much you can learn in three months and employing a bootcamp grab junior developers a very different thing than employing a potentially someone like a college undergraduates. Coming out of a computer science degree and so a lot of a lot of programs aren't really that well equipped or experienced and employing people like that but I know from a management perspective it is it is different it is different so I on the whole though. I think I think. Boot camps are a force for positive change There's always going to be a bunch of bad apples. That kind of ruined the The phrase they ruined the much of bad apples ruin the whole thing for everybody even just a few of them but I think overall it's been a positive positive movement. What about you? What do you think about boot camps? Yeah so I. I don't know what I would have done if I didn't have block because I had moved to San Francisco discovered that I couldn't be a technical product manager without learning how to Code. I needed to take a job as you know. It's so expensive to live in San Francisco and so I needed a boot camp option that I could do at night and block just seemed like the obvious choice and I really loved being paired with that mentor and learning quickly and you know that mentor encouraged me to go out to meet UPS. And that's how I found my first technical job and really haven't turned back to have been a developer sense and really loved being a mentor block. Some of my students are still people that I get along with today and who still reach out to me with job Updates and whatnot. Which is terribly exciting. I I think for a lot of people will join a boot camp because they hear that you can make a lot of money. But they haven't proven that they actually enjoy. Coding and I think it takes a somewhat special personality to really enjoy coding. And you have to make sure that you know that before you get into the boot camp because I certainly had students who just really never really clicked with it and then I had students that were just amazing prodigies who were a goat farmer in Florida I had a Barista in Seattle. They were just incredible students. And if it hadn't been for a boot camp they never would have gone down that path. So you see these bootcamp starting to close down that over promised and under delivered and I got to. Your point is the world kind of course correcting but for me the boot camps a really special because a lot of them taught ruby on rails. And we're getting to the point. Now that those students who came through and learn ruby on rails maybe five to six years ago which is how long it has been for me are now in those intermediate and senior roles and really keeping the ruby on rails community alive so I think boot camps actually played a big part of that. I think that's I think that's well put us especially your point about kind of first generation or second generation of bootcamp. Grads are now far enough along in their careers that they can certainly influence the hiring decisions now at companies So I think I think you could see a catalytic effect here. I don't I don't stay in touch with the industry as much as I used to. So I don't know if this is the case but we. We always kind of look forward to that at block where we could Face less of an uphill battle to get our grass hired So yeah I think we're getting the point though like where the HR person might see a resume with a boot camp and be like. Oh no we we don't hire from boot camps and then someone say actually did you know that Suzanne like one of our best engineers came from Goo camp. I think we're starting to get to that point. Which is fantastic. That is outstanding to

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Ground beef recalled in nine states

Business Rockstars

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Ground beef recalled in nine states

"A meat packing company in Chicago issued a recall for two thousand pounds of ground ground beef after reports the product may be contaminated with pieces of plastic the recalled products were packed might amity packing company and shipped to nine states including Illinois Indiana Kentucky Michigan New Jersey New York Ohio Pennsylvania and Wisconsin the affected product is one pound vacuum packed ground beef labeled as ninety five percent lean it has the best use date of January thirty first the company received to customer complaints about ten point of the plastic found

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California man’s vaping-related death marks 7th in nation

Dr. Daliah

05:59 min | 3 years ago

California man’s vaping-related death marks 7th in nation

"I. so now we have a seventh may be related deaths being reported California man has died of a severe lung disease vaping or to fox news related death marks the second in the state of California and the seventh in the nation in recent weeks he was over forty the man is not identified any listen to layer county. according to doctor Karen hot air county public health officer she said was send this report that is about it there's been a death of a jeweler Kelly resident suspected to be related to severe pulmonary injury associate with. so now the two layer can only public health branch would like the world residence any use of eighty six poses a possible risk to health of one's it could potentially cause severe lung injury and may even lead to death long term effects of vaping on health are unknown. anyone considering VV should be aware of the series potential risk associated with maybe. so they say the man also suffered from other complicating health issues. five anyone over forty so you don't know maybe you have COPD maybe he was a smoker and already had a week long as we don't know. right now the CDC is investigating over three hundred eighty cases across thirty six states this is the second definitely reporting California other deaths have occurred in Kansas Illinois Indiana Minnesota and Oregon. and I know some of you are saying okay you know everybody's a fool the role you know we're talking about one or two people a total of seven in a nation there's all this big drama and media attention and you know what yeah there's there's going to be this media attention because. thing that Americans don't want to do is get caught with their pants down okay. being in the media. and so we have so many other things killing. so many of us right I mean we have you know all these gun violence and you know it helps stabbings and mental illness and car accidents drunk driving you're right I mean there are people being killed every day. from all sorts of stuff. okay that story is in a sexy. talk about baby right now they've been is a big thing if you have been in your tagline in your key words you know it's it's gonna get top internet focus. and as a doctor. I am welcoming the attention that they've been is getting because I really don't want. full thinking it's a healthy solution to smoke and I don't want people to use the word healthy healthy in vaping should not be synonymous. it should be a very very very slow I'm sorry a very very short term get off smoking. but then get the hell our VP is fast as you can and that would be mine that would be the headline in my article get the hell off a bit as quick as you can. we don't know what the hell does. but the problem is is we have millions vaping. and so I have no problem with does make a big deal about seven deaths one is because it's seven too many but she always because we really got a lot of people doing it and we if we were effective and scaring kids to not smoke maybe will be effective it's during kids to not think. what I will not tolerate is vilifying the company. for the vaping best when they weren't really involved so for example one because we think of these vaping does is the THC oil. many of the patients were smoking THC oil well then the oil unfortunately kind of clogs up the lung cells in the lungs can't do what they need to do. now they say others reporter only some of the B. nicotine. some patients used both for the majority of them were smoking THC oil. doctors say the illnesses resemble elation injury the body a purely is reacting to the substance of the breed then so you would look at. fatigue chest pain diarrhea even vomiting you will see in the people who get this vaping Ellis but the CDC so as not identify the specific costs. right now though they are recommended to avoid VP our products have THC. because they seem to see that that is a common ingredient. and they have found that vitamin E. acetate with in. of the devices could be a culprit now yesterday we heard about the mint menthol. having a cancer causing compound. now this cancer causing compound that they have found in mint and menthol flavored E. six has been banned by US regulators but it has been banned as a food additive right now I think it is has free range any six the findings were published in the journal Jammeh internal medicine and provide the latest evidence about the concern to E. CIGS and vaping. and they found Paula Jones or pulling gone. and it's a carcinogenic constitutes of men's plants oil. and it is all but he said users one thousand times higher than those who smoke menthol cigarettes. that was from Duke University school of medicine researchers the study involved six types of pulling gonna containing smokeless tobacco an E. cigarette liquids use for baby. the FDA barred the use of pull a gun I'm from family service pronounced it as a food additive because it had gotten petitions route the departmental groups of the FDA barred but only as a food additive what the hell are people doing smoking it well it's in

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