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"jeff hoops" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hoops" Discussed on WTOP

"The future of prince Harry and Megan the queen the prince of Wales prince William and prince Harry the first time that they would have come together face to face since the Sussex's issued this statement and it is also thought that Megan will phone into the discussions from Canada now I think officials now have a much better not a complete idea but a much better idea of what the Sussex's want I think a range of possibilities will be presented a little bit of a reality check perhaps was Sussex's and they will hope to agree the next steps BBC news correspondent Nicholas which old only a week after this year's golden globes we now know who will host next year's golden globes if you watch the golden globes last Sunday you may have gotten the impression that host Ricky Jr vase didn't want to be there perhaps that was due to was rather free when mentioning that this was the last time he intended to MC not to worry Ricky next year's hosts are Tina fey and Amy Poehler announced Saturday at a TV critics meeting in California the duo has hosted the golden globes three times before said polar tongue firmly in cheek there are no two funnier people anywhere but Michigan CBS news attorneys for banker of coal company black jul LLC and its creditors are asking a judge to let them examine the finances of former CEO Jeff hoops lawyers say these of they are safe lawyers a ledger should say that he took millions of dollars for personal gain personal gain in documents filed on Friday in US bankruptcy court lawyers for West Virginia based black jewels said the company was woefully insolvent by the time it filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection the Casper Star Tribune reports that hoops is accused of taking tens of millions of dollars well check money news coming up next on WTOP it's nine fifty four for members diamond importers this is running of this no cocktail outfit is complete without gorgeous jewelry to set it off that's with the Memphis magic takes over anti media stunts will pose has to spend they're so bright.

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"jeff hoops" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hoops" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Protest and eventually drew national international attention and the attention also of the US department of labor and a lot of politicians and who have been working to try to get the miners paid it's part of this very complicated bankruptcy proceeding and so you know months had had dragged by so this this announcer really came as a great relief to a lot of these coal miners well I want to ask about that because they are in chapter eleven bankruptcy protection so where did all the money come from how did that get freed up the money apparently came from one of the the related companies that are involved in this and my understanding is that so far there it didn't cover every aspect of what these miners think that there are owed that there's still some issues with benefits and things like that they're that they're still on things like education pay retirement health savings accounts those kind of things that's right the lawyer who is representing the miners and pose stores had told me yesterday that the minor so far have not received their checks yet but they are on the way and he said that that this wasn't the end of of how much their own there's also still a pending lawsuit against a former Blackpool CEO Jeff hoops and Lexington coal another company that it hopes owns so they really feel like there's more due to them and so that.

"jeff hoops" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hoops" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"The number and <hes> it gives me this menu to type in the name of the person. I'm i'm trying to reach and what do you know picks up the phone. I'm sure he probably regretted doing that but i'm glad that he did. Let's listen to <hes> to your interaction. Even with jeff hoops the former c._e._o. Of the black jewel mining company when he picked up the phone hello this is <hes>. My name is sydney bowls. I'm a reporter with the ohio valley resource <hes> i'm standing on <hes> railroad with some miners who are protesting the movement of a culture and cumberland kentucky and i'm wondering if i could get some comments from you on the situation why the coolest being moved and just your response to these miners who are frustrated at the lack of pay you know. I must frustrated as they are. I no longer work four bike deal. I resigned more than a month ago so i really i have no idea what's going on there. I'm really really sorry. This reached this point <hes> yeah i mean no comment. No comment went there from former c._e._o. Jeff hoops when he picked up the phone when reporter sydney bulls called him up now now sydney. Let me ask you <hes>. Did he get kind of any kind of severance package when he stepped down as the black c._e._o. He <hes> minor coming in shortly before the bankruptcy he did get back some money that he had loaned to black jewel <hes> so he's doing his fine <hes> he's also. I think i think when we talk to the minor is <hes> later on the hour. They may have some thoughts on this as well but he's also <hes> still working on a resort in west virginia <hes> that my understanding is he's been. He's going to be just fine. It's it's the employees in his company that are that are still really struggling. Okay so let me just ask you quickly sydney and then we'll turn to one of the minors <hes> that we have on the line here <hes> just tell us the the the train that was full of coal that <hes> that that triggered the protests from the minors or or around on which they began their protest was that that was a train that was slated to be delivered to somewhere to to be sold in the miners. Were were saying well hang on you. If you can sell all this train full of coal you ought to be able to pay us exactly exactly the the ownership of this coal and the status of this coal <hes> is hotly debated did in in federal bankruptcy court in west virginia right now <hes> to the best of my knowledge at the current moment <hes> that the colon that train has been purchased four one point four million dollars by a company called black through marketing and sales holding which was formed <hes> as a part of this bankruptcy to handle does some of this but it's not a debtor to black jewel so <hes> that said blocked the money they're not actually changed hands and the concern is that as the coal well is sitting there exposed to the elements. It's oxidizing. It's losing value and in fact if it continues to sit out here and it's still a pretty hot <hes> end of the summer here in eastern kentucky it made his catch fire so as these miners are blocking this tracks these tracks as the department of labor is intervening to try and <hes> argue that <hes> the co- can't be moved under the fair labor standards act. You know the status of this coal. The value of it is is continuing to degrade so time is of the essence gear and sydney again. I really appreciate your expertise here because i just want a little bit more context here so the rest of us across the nation can understand what impact this is having harlan county county because black tulle employs a couple thousand people in different states. How how large of an employer is it in harlan county. What impact is are the miners not not getting paid having a family's there right..

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"jeff hoops" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hoops" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Focuses on the economic economic transitions in coal country. We have links to her pieces at on point radio dot org sydney welcome to on point. Hi thanks for having me. It's great to have you so first of all all for folks who haven't been caught up to this story of what's happening in harlan county. Can you just quickly give us the background. Why did the mine where the miners work <music> gets shuttered so quickly short so black is was one of the six th it was the sixth largest coal company in the country essentially and it filed for bankruptcy on july first essentially without warning so <hes> over a thousand coal miners in west virginia kentucky and virginia kenya as well as several hundred miners in blocked reminds in wyoming found themselves suddenly told to stop coming into work but they weren't officially laid off so oh my nose got their last paycheck on june twenty eighth and then of course that was the end of the month so they spent that paycheck on rent mortgages car payments those beginning of the month expenses only to find out if you days later that those paychecks had bounced and then the subsequent paycheck their final paycheck <hes> from the middle of july july also didn't come through so it's been several two months now essentially with almost no information for these miners and just to sort of sensitive <hes> sense of a lack of clarity about what's going on for them when they can expect to go back to work and what their status is a little bit more about what triggered this bankruptcy so the black jewel <hes> we we are seeing a lot of bankruptcies in in the coal industry these days as the industry <hes> contracted number of market market forces that we can go into a little more <hes> but black business model was kind of a funny one they essentially bought up mind through other bankruptcies sees and then <hes> due to some like quirky mismanagement of their own as well as market forces that were impacting them. They just found themselves in too much debt to to make things work so they they filed for bankruptcy so quirky business practices though i mean meaning what i wouldn't i wouldn't wanna go too far into that. I think a a lot is still being hashed out in the courts <hes> but it does seem like the best is in the weren't necessarily made <hes> by the folks on top there specifically <hes> c._e._o. Jeff oops. He's he's no longer with the company <hes> but <hes> we are seeing a lot of a lot of bankruptcies in the coal the industry but i will say the blackwell bankruptcy was was <hes> uniquely chaotic okay so you mentioned a former c._e._o. Of black dual jeff hoops which you you managed to actually get him on the phone <hes> a not that long ago he's been very he's been laying really low since black jewel had to declare bankruptcy <hes> <hes> so the day after the blockade began egon him on the phone first of all tell us. How'd you do that because the left lots of people have tried and they weren't successful. It was a total total surprise to me. <hes> i you know the the protests started monday july twenty nine and it was it was total chaos. You know i the <hes> i was. I was unprepared. I was just flying by the seat of my pants. As the minors you know everyone was just figuring out what this was going to look like so. I went back to the tracks on tuesday morning thing <hes> and i was surprised anyone to see that the miners had spent the night there and that they were <hes> insisting that they would continue blockading this this railroad track until they got thousands the dollars that they were owed from actual so <hes> i figured well. I guess i should try and get in touch with them but i'm standing at the railroad track. All has my cell phone so i take myself to w._w._w. Dot black fuel dot com. Call up the number and <hes> it gives me this menu to type in the name of the person. I'm i'm trying to reach and what do you know picks up the phone. I'm sure he probably regretted doing that but i'm glad that he did. Let's listen to <hes> to your interaction..

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"jeff hoops" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hoops" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Afterwards their policies in there the the rising water really they have been working on behalf of the foster these people from putting that is the point of extraction to the point of production to use in people's lives Alec is also behind a model bill limiting liability litigation against asbestos manufacturers near identical bills have been introduced in seventeen states it was also behind a push for legislation to support vouchers in schools instead of unionized public school funding the conservative pro business lobby has also been behind gerrymandering they gave Republicans control of most state legislatures in the US the center for media and democracy reports one of its workshops this year is titled how to survive redistricting that's in response to the court's striking down several gerrymandered districts drawn to favor Republicans this year Alec members will also consider a resolution on opposing the green new deal as socialist and on American another resolution urges Congress to provide access to banking services to cannabis and cannabis related businesses Alec also has a model bill that would legalize hemp and CBD production and sales the model policy on hemp and CBD production and sale lawmakers can take home to their state houses more than a thousand coal miners were laid off after West Virginia based black jul filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy they're fighting to get paid for the work they've already done and a number of public officials of come out in support of the miners who are blocking coal shipments over there bounced paychecks the Anaheim and reports pressure is building for black to a miners in eastern Kentucky to get their back wages but the laid off miners are blocking coal shipments they're intend to hold out until former employees of the bankrupt company in other states including West Virginia are paid as well Jeff willing from Harlan county is one of what they call the fab five the first five minors to block the train carrying black jewel coal after the company bounce their paychecks last month we want our pay but we want everyone from West Virginia Tennessee to Wyoming be paid all the black jewel miners me paid what they deserve in an open letter former Blackpool CEO Jeff hoops accepted responsibility for the situation he promised former employees would get proceeds from the sale of the company will again other miners who said they're not convinced hoops will keep his word claiming they have been misled before Willie says minors in the south and many kinds of workers around the country have been mistreated but he adds the time has come for that to stop their voices were heard they've got Walter report now the time stopped don't let corporate people take advantage of your no matter what you do teachers need to stand unite remains strong defend your rights will says the bankruptcy judge has argued that he and other clover like number three miners who should be paid in full and he says there's a good possibility that the firm's buyers will want to hire many of the minors back but the bankruptcy and sale of the company is a large complex legal and financial process with a large number of stakeholders according to lawyers watching the process Kentucky law gives the former employees there are stronger legal footing Dan Harmon reporting for the public news service C. E. O. paying at the top three hundred and fifty firms last year was two hundred and seventy eight times the average salaried worker in the US according to a new study by the economic pie we'll see institute a study says on average CEO pay was seventeen point two million dollars annually Lawrence Michelle is an author of the report there's been a period of rising inequality over the since the late nineteen seventies and CEO compensation has risen by one measure nine hundred and forty percent by another measure a thousand and eight percent meanwhile are the typical worker's annual compensation grew around twelve percent so that's a pretty far difference the CEO compensation grew far faster than the stock market how far faster than profits and far faster than even the earnings of the top point one percent bad inequality applies to C. E. O.'s of large public institutions and non profits as well Michelle says forty percent of the top one percent our executives nearly half of their pay comes from stock shares negotiated by boards he says that high pay is the main reason for Wade suppression of other lower company workers what day are taking means that there's less for for everybody else we know that the typical worker has not benefited appropriately from the growth of productivity over the last forty years productivity has gone up some seventy percent or more of the workers that only capitation up around twelve percent in a way to check out well some of it it's going to the very top and the top means it's the executives of the other large corporations and other businesses Michelle says CEOs are not making more because they produce more this is C. E. O. turn less or were taxed more there would be no adverse impact on output production or employment the report provides several policies to reduce the extent of high wages CEOs extract including reinstating higher marginal income tax rates at the very top of the income bracket sitting corporate tax rates higher for firms that have higher ratios of C. E. O. to worker compensation capping compensation and taxing anything over the cap or allowing greater use of say on pay which allows a firm's shareholders to vote on top executive compensation it's the first day of class in the small cinema county Forestville school district but barring a last minute settlement the district sixteen teachers were walking the picket lines again instead of teaching inside their classrooms today's day four of the strike by the Forestville teachers association the two sides are half a percentage point apart on wages in the third year of a three year contract they've agreed on five percent wage hikes in the first two years of the contract the district's offering two and a half percent the third year the unions demanding three percent the difference totals about six thousand dollars and the district says it can't afford to raise its wage offer the union says as teachers already make much less than the statewide average governor Gavin Newsom is making a push for legislation to deal with California's housing and homeless crisis as lawmakers rushed to finalize legislation in the coming weeks he traveled to San Francisco today to meet with Maryland and breed and local residents to talk about the need for state legislation on housing and to push for federal action to help struggling cities and states deal with the issue Christopher Martinez reports housing and homelessness issues are at the top of the agenda for state lawmakers as they face the final weeks of the legislative session governor Gavin Newsom weighed in on the issue as he continues his state wide conversations with a meeting in San Francisco to talk about housing affordability I've that the.

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"jeff hoops" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hoops" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Happy to do it thank you very much from NPR news this is All Things Considered I'm Audie Cornish and I'm ari Shapiro coal miners in Kentucky have been camped out on railroad tracks in Harlan county for more than a week the company they work for black jewel declared bankruptcy last month stopping mine operations in four states so the miners took to the tracks to demand their unpaid wages Chris Lewis help start the protest until the bankruptcy he worked at Huff creek mine on mon mountain yesterday we reached him on the tracks shortly after a judge approved the sale of the Kentucky mines to a company called copper glow based in Tennessee thank you for having me just tell me what a typical day has been like camped out there on the tracks what's hot it's been pretty hot then you got your rain it's hot and more you know gas sticky but we'll tell miners were used to rough conditions in Tomlinson water and all that stuff you know local people in town and bring you food have you been cutting out over an open fire with the fan yeah it's been a two of them out our camp grill table I'll state in calling in paid to the local pizza hut what does supported royal SO after more than a week of pro testing it seems like you may be about to get what you've been asking for there's a deal to sell the mine and money set aside to pay back wages does that mean you're heading home now of it's a step in the right direction what's been said Assad is like probably around thirty five forty percent of back wages on that and they decided that they want to stay in tele we've been fully reimbursed the deal set aside about four hundred fifty thousand dollars of an estimated two and a half million that are owed to the minors rat rod as the deal that's cappello Stampin up you know some local officials have said you're actually depriving ourselves of money by blocking the tracks because you are blocking coal that would otherwise get sold what do you say that we're embarking or sale from that because of the call when I'm trying it was going to hopes and he will Hey what one player's anyway no I'm saying who sets the former CEO of black jewel Jeff hoops yes but now we got a laying on that cold now will probably get paid from the go what's the mood among the protesting miners there on the tracks right now it's kind of laid back in place for this I would give it to sell protest was being playful and you know we're way out looking after each other just like we were down in the mine we got a Joe's back are are you supporting a family what's it like living without the paycheck that you've been expecting what a juror family you know but unfortunate I'm it's just me and my wife mortgages ground you spend your career working in the coal mines twenty years I know you have to get through this fight now but once that's over with what's the next chapter gonna be for you elige gone the calamine mill had had a coal mine in my family from seventeen hundred it runs day for my blood and I'm forty four and hopefully I'll find a coal mine job that could be tar from that's my goal you know Harlan county Kentucky is the site of a mine protests that happened in the nineteen seventies that went on for more than a year so this is not only a long history of coal mining it's also a long history of protest you feel like you're part of that today and a some ways we done our protest basically but in Harlan Kentucky we stand up for what we believe Dr as being invaded and as from childhood you know coal miners is brotherhood gin a we got a whole lot hanging in the balance here the we won't buy them that is a minor Chris Lewis speaking with us from the protests site on the railroad tracks in Harlan county Kentucky thank you for joining us thank you.

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"jeff hoops" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hoops" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Else down with all this correct this protest began Monday when will again other mine is heard trains were about to hold a million dollars worth of coal out of their former mine we're not out here trying to get more than what we are we don't we don't we're not all about that we're just here to get what we are day and night dozens of mine as family and community members have camped out on the railway actually allowing the train engines through without the coal from black jewel CEO Jeff hoops was in this letter to employees where he accepts responsibility quote for being unable to leave this company through these difficult times Willig who supports president trump has tweeted requests for help you do something about this company see what they've done to us and what we're going through why can't there stuff be frozen black hills assets a being auctioned off but creditors will likely be paid first I keep this in mind everyone that we've talked to his as they are not moving that is Errol Barnett case CBS news time eleven thirty six traffic and weather coming up in just a moment also going to tell you about some new training involved in that new D. drug that saves lives that's seven minutes away get told baby for the biggest sale of the year up to sixty percent off all back to school styles for kids and baby get flip flops for two Bucks graphic tees for for box shorts for six dollars and jeans for eight dollars.

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"jeff hoops" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hoops" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Now then with all this correct this protest began Monday when will again other mine is heard trains were about to hold a million dollars worth of coal out of their former mine we're not out here trying to get more than what we are we don't we don't we're not all about that we're just here to get what we are day and night dozens of mine as family and community members have camped out on the right away actually allowing the train engines through without the coal all they've heard from black jewel CEO Jeff hoops was in this letter to employees where he accepts responsibility quote for being unable to leave this company through these difficult times willing who supports president trump has tweeted requests for help you can do something about this company see what they've done to us and what we're going through why can't there stuff be frozen now black jewels assets a being auctioned off tonight but creditors will likely be paid first I keep this in mind everyone that we've talked to head north says they are not moving until they get thank you the CBS evening news on K. Y. W. is sponsored by helper for trust all the investing for more than four decades it's six forty two now on traffic and weather on the tunes starting with John thanks a lot Steve new issue now in New Jersey two ninety five southbound jammed approaching seventy that's an accident blocking the center lane it's backed up all the way to just south of route thirty eight now forty two freeway southbound remains flow between the Walt Whitman bridge the approach to the black horse pike and then just south of route one sixty eight reporting an accident now heading into New Jersey still jammed the length on the wall Whitman bridge in Philadelphia's Google expressway eastbound jammed with volume from the Boulevard to the vine westbound same thing volume delays from University Avenue to the Vine Street expressway Broad Street blocked in both directions that only Avenue for demonstration in Logan section traffic just jammed around the area ninety five south bound crawls out a Bucks county from four thirteen to just past three roads roadwork lock in the right lane rest ninety five south volume delays from the airport to four seventy six in the northbound is slow over the Girard point bridge and still sluggish right around the Ben Franklin bridge that's many turnpike eastbound starting to thin out the rush hour delays but still slow approaching mid county were twenty two east that's road work he's the senator okay in the right lane west bound for twenty two little bit slow just passed you Perotti approach Collegeville is some lingering rush hour delays mass transit no reporting any major problems I'm just a drop in the cable W. twenty four hour traffic jam CBS three skate bilo takes a look at the eyewitness weather for partly cloudy this evening and tonight was scattered thunderstorms mainly south of Philadelphia and off to the west but watch for some locally heavy downpours with any storm and tonight partly cloudy lo seventy tomorrow mix of sun and clouds with hit or miss thunderstorms especially south and west high eighty six Saturday partly sunny again was scattered showers and storms and a high of eighty seven Sunday mostly sunny hot turning less humid it looks like a dry day high ninety and we'll keep.

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"jeff hoops" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hoops" Discussed on KCRW

"In Kentucky a group of coal miners is blocking a coal train they've camped out on the tracks images show them standing on the tracks even playing corn hole on the tracks in front of a cold rain and the minor say they will not leave until they're bankrupt employer black jewel pays them here's WMM tease Sydney balls how can the Kentucky the small and rural has a long history of labor activism in the latest protest drivers honked to support coal miners who since Monday hostage dissident of sorts as many as twenty miners have blocked a railroad in Cumberland Kentucky they've been sitting in chairs are parking trucks across the tracks they've kept a train full of coal from leading a plant the miners now bankrupt employer Blackpool coal hasn't paid them for almost a month actual is the nation's sixth largest coal company and its bankruptcy has rippled through local communities and more than a thousand Appalachian miners and their families minor selection Smith say they won't get off the tracks until they're paid if they can lower trying out they can give us our money Mr of a hundred and fifty miles round trip to work at a local mine the father of six says he scraped together enough change to travel to the protest minor body sextant says his bank account a short thousands from the loss of work my family is hungry man and I will do whatever it takes to the freedom I don't know if I'll go home if I don't play is also years or whatever despite efforts by the trump administration to support coal production some coal producers continue to struggle mining company Blacklock also declared bankruptcy this month and more coal fired power plants are shutting their doors are converting to natural gas Blackpool did not respond to specific questions about the protest but the person who was C. E. O. until a month ago Jeff hoops says he's frustrated really really sorry this reaches for an employee at the at some blacks will this week said it's working with the bankruptcy court to allow employees to tap retirement savings in their four oh one K.'s to access money immediately as for the current blockade of the Coltrane it's unclear who owns the coal and whether letting it through would help these miners eventually get the money they are owed for now they have no plans to leave the tracks for NPR news I'm Sidney pulls in.

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"jeff hoops" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hoops" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from frame bridge they make custom framing easy and affordable frame your art in photos at frame bridge dot com or visit visit their new stores located on Fourteenth Street and Bethesda row. Get fifteen percent off your first frame bridge order with Code N._P._R.. In Kentucky a group Group of coal miners is blocking Coltrane. They've camped out on the tracks. Images show them standing on the tracks even playing cornhole on the tracks. In front of a Coltrane and the minor say they will not leave until they're bankrupt. Employer Black Jewel pays them. Here's W._M._D.'s Sydney bowls are one county Kentucky Turkey. Though small and rural has a long history of labor activism in this latest protest drivers honked support coal miners who since Monday hostage to sit in of sorts as many as twenty miners have blocked a railroad in Cumberland Kentucky. They've been sitting in chairs parking trucks across the tracks. They've kept a train full of coal from leading a plant deminers. Now bankrupt in player blocked to a coal hasn't paid them for almost a month black. Jewel is the nation's sixth largest coal company. It's bankruptcy has rippled through local communities and more than a thousand Appalachian miners and their families minors lectuing. Smith say they won't get off the tracks until they're paid paid. They can give us our money. Smith drove one hundred fifty miles round trip to work at a local mine. The father of six says he scraped together enough. Change ends to travel to the protest minor. Bobby Sexton says his bank account short thousands from the loss of work more families hungry man and I'm GonNa do whatever it takes to. I don't know if I'll go home if they don't pay us. I'll sit here to we'll ever despite efforts by the trump administration to support coal production. Some coal producers continue to struggle. all mining company blackhawk also declared bankruptcy this month and more coal fired power plants are shutting their doors or converting to natural gas block joel did not respond to specific ethic questions about the protest but the person who was c._e._o. until a month ago jeff hoops says he's frustrated really really sorry this reach the sport an employee update from lateral this week said it's working with the bankruptcy court to allow employees to tap retirement savings in their 4._0._1._k.'s to access money immediately ads for the current blockade of the coltrane it's unclear who owns the coal and whether leading it through would help these miners eventually

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Kentucky Miners Block Railroad In Demand For Pay After Blackjewel Coal Bankruptcy

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:32 min | 1 year ago

Kentucky Miners Block Railroad In Demand For Pay After Blackjewel Coal Bankruptcy

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from frame bridge they make custom framing easy and affordable frame your art in photos at frame bridge dot com or visit visit their new stores located on Fourteenth Street and Bethesda row. Get fifteen percent off your first frame bridge order with Code N._P._R.. In Kentucky a group Group of coal miners is blocking Coltrane. They've camped out on the tracks. Images show them standing on the tracks even playing cornhole on the tracks. In front of a Coltrane and the minor say they will not leave until they're bankrupt. Employer Black Jewel pays them. Here's W._M._D.'s Sydney bowls are one county Kentucky Turkey. Though small and rural has a long history of labor activism in this latest protest drivers honked support coal miners who since Monday hostage to sit in of sorts as many as twenty miners have blocked a railroad in Cumberland Kentucky. They've been sitting in chairs parking trucks across the tracks. They've kept a train full of coal from leading a plant deminers. Now bankrupt in player blocked to a coal hasn't paid them for almost a month black. Jewel is the nation's sixth largest coal company. It's bankruptcy has rippled through local communities and more than a thousand Appalachian miners and their families minors lectuing. Smith say they won't get off the tracks until they're paid paid. They can give us our money. Smith drove one hundred fifty miles round trip to work at a local mine. The father of six says he scraped together enough. Change ends to travel to the protest minor. Bobby Sexton says his bank account short thousands from the loss of work more families hungry man and I'm GonNa do whatever it takes to. I don't know if I'll go home if they don't pay us. I'll sit here to we'll ever despite efforts by the trump administration to support coal production. Some coal producers continue to struggle. all mining company blackhawk also declared bankruptcy this month and more coal fired power plants are shutting their doors or converting to natural gas block joel did not respond to specific ethic questions about the protest but the person who was c._e._o. until a month ago jeff hoops says he's frustrated really really sorry this reach the sport an employee update from lateral this week said it's working with the bankruptcy court to allow employees to tap retirement savings in their 4._0._1._k.'s to access money immediately ads for the current blockade of the coltrane it's unclear who owns the coal and whether leading it through would help these miners eventually

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"jeff hoops" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hoops" Discussed on KCRW

"Steve Inskeep in Washington DC and I'm David green in Culver city California good morning in last night's debate in Detroit democratic candidates offer very different visions of the country and also of the campaigns they would run against president from some spoke of radical change others of a more moderate middle path and this came across as the candidates talked about healthcare and whether to pursue Medicare for all let's talk through some of the moment from last night with NPR political reporter Daniel Kurds living he's in our studios in Washington I Daniel Hey David I saw a big question about any big plan particularly when it comes to healthcare is how exactly you pay for it and CNN's Jake tapper had a very specific question for senator Elizabeth Warren would you raise taxes on the middle class to pay for Medicare for all offset obviously by the elimination of insurance premiums yester now costs will go up for billionaires and go up for corporations for middle class families costs total cost will go down okay yes or no would you raise taxes there wasn't really an answer it sounds like so what what do we learn from that response was born what she's getting at a really important distinction on Medicare for all that could be easy to lose with one of those sort of simplistic yes or no would taxes go up questions what she's trying to say is that even if your taxes did go up under this plan you still might end up with more money in your pocket than you have now the way that that works is that the it's true that Bernie Sanders has proposed a bunch of taxes under Medicare for all as she alluded to there a lot of those are are you could be on the wealthy but there is one in particular that would hits middle class families but also under his plan there would be no premiums no copays so the argument she's making here that Sanders makes as well is it all together you have a lot of people who would on net save money now I did consult with a couple of health care experts last night and I ask them is that plausible and what they said is yes totally plausible the some families would middle class families would pay less if the plan works as intended and of course we can't say that across the board for all middle class families sounds like a really central question of if candidates like Sanders a Warner are really going to get traction with even some more moderate voters that they're gonna have to really convince people on the top most definitely yes what a number of the more moderate candidates last night made an argument that I think you hear from a lot of Republicans writing the argument that if you replace private health insurance with a government run system it could actually take people's health care away and I want to hear right now how Bernie Sanders responded to that the fact of the matter is tens of millions of people lose their health insurance every single year when they change jobs when their employer changes that insurance if you want stability in the healthcare system if you want a system which gives you freedom of choice with regard to doctor or hospital which is a system which will not bankrupt you the answer is to get rid of the property hearing of the companies and the insurance companies are about a cavern passionate moment that did this argument get settled all last night no of course that I read to be clear we're talking about here so sinners Medicare for all plan would largely eliminate private insurance that's very true now last night you had worn and Sanders trying to re frame things saying you know we're not taking people's health care away under this plan it means giving everyone health care it just means changing what the insurance looks like but this question of what would happen to private insurance is one aspect of Medicare for all that really has proven unpopular in pulling so for opponents of the program that line of attack about you would lose your current private insurance is potentially really potent I want to turn to to the economy and and trade specifically as a big issue in twenty sixteen it's it's been central to the trump administration's economic policy and and things got heated last night this is former Maryland congressman John Delaney speaking about a trade policy negotiated by president Obama most of the folks running for president want to build economic walls for free trade and beat up on president Obama I'm the only one running for president who actually supports the transpacific partnership president Obama was right about that we should be getting back in that senator Warren just issued on a trade plan that would prevent the United States from trading with its allies we can't go in we can isolate ourselves from the world we have to engage banking rules based Horace Mann Delaney okay then what we learned from the whole debate over trade listening we learn that especially on the issue of trade you have some really big divisions even among Democrats your people like John Delaney who support some of those big multi lateral deals like the trans Pacific partnership and then you have people like Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren both of whom really opposed to that deal at by the way that deal was something that Barack Obama pushed and he that he is by the way quite popular among Democrats so that this is definitely a thing that could create a big fish among Democrats is something I'm gonna be watching very closely as more debates go on and here's the new Yorkers living talking through some of the moments last night thanks so much thank you in Kentucky a group of coal miners is blocking a coal train they've camped out on the tracks images show them standing on the tracks even playing corn hole on the tracks in front of a coal train and the miners say they will not leave until they're bankrupt employer black jewel pays them here's WMM tease Sydney balls hi honey Kentucky this modern world has a long history of labor activism in the latest protest drivers honked to support coal miners who since Monday have staged a sit in of sorts as many as twenty miners have blocked a railroad in Cumberland Kentucky they've been sitting in chairs are parking trucks across the tracks they've kept a train full of coal from leading a plant the miners now bankrupt in player black jewel coal hasn't paid them for almost a month black tool is the nation's sixth largest coal company and its bankruptcy has rippled through local communities and more than a thousand Appalachian miners and their families minor selection Smith say they won't get off the tracks until they're paid if they can lower trying out they can give us our money Mr of a hundred and fifty miles round trip to work at a local mine the father of six says he scraped together enough change to travel to the protest minor body sextant says his bank account a short thousands from the loss of work my family is hungry man and I will do whatever it takes to the freedom I don't know if I'll go home if I don't place I'll sit years or whatever despite efforts by the trump administration to support coal production some coal producers continue to struggle mining company Blacklock also declared bankruptcy this month and more coal fired power plants are shutting their doors are converting to natural gas Blackpool did not respond to specific questions about the protest but the person who was C. E. O. until a month ago Jeff hoops says he's frustrated really sorry this reaches for an employee at the at some blacks will this week said it's working with the bankruptcy court to allow employees to tap retirement savings in their four oh one K.'s to access money immediately as for the current blockade of the Coltrane it's unclear who owns the coal and whether letting it through would help these miners eventually get the money they are owed for now they have no plans to leave the tracks for NPR news I'm Sidney pulls in Cumberland Kentucky.

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"jeff hoops" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hoops" Discussed on KCRW

"In Kentucky a group of coal miners is blocking a coal train they've camped out on the tracks images show them standing on the tracks even playing corn hole on the tracks in front of a coal train and the miners say they will not leave until they're bankrupt employer black jewel pays them here's WMM tease Sydney balls hi honey Kentucky the small and rural has a long history of labor activism in the latest protest drivers honked to support coal miners who since Monday have staged a sit in of sorts as many as twenty miners have blocked a railroad in Cumberland Kentucky they've been sitting in chairs are parking trucks across the tracks they've kept a train full of coal from leading a plant the miners now bankrupt in player black jewel coal hasn't paid them for almost a month black tool is the nation's sixth largest coal company and its bankruptcy has rippled through local communities and more than a thousand Appalachian miners and their families minor selection Smith say they won't get off the tracks until they're paid if they can lower trying out they can give us our money Mr of a hundred and fifty miles round trip to work at a local mine the father of six says he scraped together enough change to travel to the protest minor body sextant says his bank account a short thousands from the loss of work my family is hungry man and I will do whatever it takes to to freedom I don't know if I'll go home if I don't place I'll sit years or whatever despite efforts by the trump administration to support coal production some coal producers continue to struggle mining company Blacklock also declared bankruptcy this month and more coal fired power plants are shutting their doors are converting to natural gas Blackpool did not respond to specific questions about the protest but the person who was C. E. O. until a month ago Jeff hoops says he's frustrated really sorry this reaches for an employee at the at some blacks will this week said it's working with the bankruptcy court to allow employees to tap retirement savings in there for a one case to access money immediately as for the current blockade of the Coltrane it's unclear who owns the coal and whether letting it through would help these miners eventually get the money they are owed for now they have no plans to leave the tracks for NPR news I'm Sidney pulls in Cumberland Kentucky now this afternoon and all things considered several food companies have vowed to stop buying from farmers.

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"jeff hoops" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hoops" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In Kentucky a group of coal miners is blocking a coal train they've camped out on the tracks images show them standing on the tracks even playing corn hole on the tracks in front of a coal train and the miners say they will not leave until they're bankrupt employer black jewel pays them here's WMM tease Sydney balls hi honey Kentucky this modern world has a long history of labor activism in the latest protest drivers honked to support coal miners who since Monday have staged a sit in of sorts as many as twenty miners have blocked a railroad in Cumberland Kentucky they've been sitting in chairs are parking tracks across the tracks they've kept a train full of coal from leading a plant the miners now bankrupt in player black jewel coal hasn't paid them for almost a month actual is the nation's sixth largest coal company and its bankruptcy has rippled through local communities and more than a thousand Appalachian miners and their families minor selection Smith say they won't get off the tracks until they're paid if they can lower trying out they can give us our money Mr of a hundred and fifty miles round trip to work at a local mine the father of six says he scraped together enough change to travel to the protest minor body sextant says his bank account is short thousands from the loss of work my family is hungry man and I will do whatever it takes to the freedom I don't know if I'll go home if I don't play is also here to whatever despite efforts by the trump administration to support coal production some coal producers continue to struggle mining company Blacklock also declared bankruptcy this month and more coal fired power plants are starting their doors are converting to natural gas Blackpool did not respond to specific questions about the protest but the person who was C. E. O. until a month ago Jeff hoops says he's frustrated really sorry this reaches for an employee at the at some blacks will this week said it's working with the bankruptcy court to allow employees to tap retirement savings in there for a one case to access money immediately as for the current blockade of the Coltrane it's unclear who owns the cold and weather reading it through would help these miners eventually get the money they are owed for now they have no plans to leave the tracks for NPR news I'm Sidney pulls in Cumberland Kentucky now this afternoon All Things Considered several food companies have vowed to stop buying from farmers who cut down trees in places like the Amazon and they're.

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"jeff hoops" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hoops" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In Washington DC and I'm David green in Culver city California good morning in last night's debate in Detroit democratic candidates offer very different visions of the country and also of the campaigns they would run against president from some spoke of radical change others of a more moderate middle path and this came across as the candidates talked about healthcare and whether to pursue Medicare for all let's talk through some of the moment from last night with in pure political reporter Daniel Kurds living he's in our studios in Washington I Daniel Hey David I saw a big question about any big plan particularly when it comes to healthcare is how exactly you pay for it and CNN's Jake tapper had a very specific question for senator Elizabeth Warren would you raise taxes on the middle class to pay for Medicare for all offset obviously by the elimination of insurance premiums yes or no will go up for billionaires and go up for corporations for middle class families costs total cost will go down okay yes or no would you raise taxes there wasn't really unanswered here it sounds like so what what do we learn from that response was born what she's getting at a really important distinction on Medicare for all that could be easy to lose with one of those sort of simplistic yes or no would taxes go up questions what she's trying to say is that even if your taxes did go up under this plan you still might end up with more money in your pocket than you have now the way that that works is that the it's true that Bernie Sanders has proposed a bunch of taxes under Medicare for all as she alluded to there a lot of those are on it could be on the wealthy but there is one in particular that would hits middle class families but also under his plan there would be no premiums no copays so the argument she's making here that Sanders makes as well is it all together you have a lot of people who were on that save money now I did consult with a couple of health care experts last night and I ask them is that plausible and what they said is yes totally plausible that some families would middle class families would pay less if the plan works as intended and of course we can't say that across the board for all middle class families sounds like a really central question of if candidates like Sanders a Warner are really going to get traction with even some more moderate voters that they're gonna have to really convince people on the top most definitely yes what a number of the more moderate candidates last night made an argument that I think you hear from a lot of Republicans writing the argument that if you replace private health insurance with a government run system it could actually take people's health care away and I want to hear right now how Bernie Sanders responded to that the fact of the matter is tens of millions of people lose their health insurance every single year when they change jobs when their employer changes that insurance if you want stability in the healthcare system if you want a sense which gives you freedom of choice with regard to doctor or hospital which is a system which will not bankrupt you the answer is to get rid of the property hearing all the companies and the insurance companies are about a cat passionate moment that did this argument get settled all listening no of course the weed to be clear we're talking about here so sinners Medicare for all plan would largely eliminate private insurance that's very true now last night you had worn and Sanders trying to re frame things saying you know we're not taking people's health care away under this plan it means giving everyone health care it just means changing what the insurance looks like but this question of what would happen to private insurance is one aspect of Medicare for all that really has proven unpopular in pulling so for opponents of the program that line of attack about you would lose your current private insurance is potentially really potent I want to turn to the to the economy and and trade specifically as a big issue in twenty sixteen it's it's been central to the trump administration's economic policy and and things got heated last night this is former Maryland congressman John Delaney speaking about a trade policy negotiated by president Obama most of the folks running for president want to build economic walls for free trade and beat up on president Obama I'm the only one running for president who actually supports the transpacific partnership president Obama was right about that we should be getting back in that senator Warren just issued on a trade plan that would prevent the United States from trading with its allies we can't go in we can isolate ourselves from the world we have to engage banking rules based on the line okay then what we learned from the whole debate over trade listening we learn that especially on the issue of trade you have some really big divisions even among Democrats your people like John Delaney who support some of those big multi lateral deals like the trans Pacific partnership and then you have people like Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren both of whom really opposed to that deal at by the way that deal was something that Barack Obama pushed and he that he is by the way quite popular among Democrats so that this is definitely a thing that could create a big fish among Democrats at something on the remote I'm very closely as more debates go on and here's the new Yorkers living talking through some of the moments last night thanks so much thank you in Kentucky a group of coal miners is blocking a coal train they've camped out on the tracks images show them standing on the tracks even playing corn hole on the tracks in front of a coal train and the minor say they will not leave until they're bankrupt employer black jewel pays them here's WMM tease Sydney bowls hi honey Kentucky this modern world has a long history of labor activism in the latest protest drivers honked to support coal miners who since Monday have staged a sit in of sorts as many as twenty miners have blocked a railroad in Cumberland Kentucky they've been sitting in chairs are parking trucks across the tracks they've kept a train full of coal from leading a plant the miners now bankrupt in player Blackpool coal hasn't paid them for almost a month actually is the nation's sixth largest coal company and its bankruptcy has rippled through local communities and more than a thousand Appalachian miners and their families minor selection Smith say they won't get off the tracks until they're paid it they can lower trying out they can give us our money Mr of a hundred and fifty miles round trip to work at a local mine the father of six says he scraped together enough change to travel to the protest minor Bobby sextant says his bank account a short thousands from the loss of work my family is hungry man and I will do whatever it takes to to freedom I don't know if I'll go home if I don't play is also here to whatever despite efforts by the trump administration to support coal production some coal producers continue to struggle mining company blackrock also declared bankruptcy this month and more coal fired power plants are starting their doors are converting to natural gas Blackpool did not respond to specific questions about the protest but the person who was C. E. O. until a month ago Jeff hoops says he's frustrated really sorry those riches for an employee at the at some blacks will this week said it's working with the bankruptcy court to allow employees to tap retirement savings in their four oh one K.'s to access money immediately as for the current blockade of the Coltrane it's unclear who owns the coal and whether letting it through would help these miners eventually get the money they are owed for now they have no plans to leave the tracks for NPR news I'm Sidney polls and Cumberland Kentucky.

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"jeff hoops" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hoops" Discussed on The Young Turks

"I mean and for the Democrats you don't have to lie like trump. You don't do false marketing but can you actually fight for the things as we believe in for once in your life. Can you make your own case and do positive marketing for that especially because you're right and and you know look to be fair. Hillary Clinton's messaging on this issue was we're GONNA put you back in school. We're going to give view training so you can you know transition from coal jobs to renewable energy jobs now in theory. That's a great plan but her messaging wasn't there because if you are a father taking care of a family of four right and and you're worried about your well being in your financial stability the last thing you want to hear from a candidate is oh. We're GONNA send you back to training know okay but what's the rest of that message okay. Are you going to subsidize that family you want the head of the household is getting the training necessary to work in renewable energy. I mean I just felt like her. Plan wasn't really hashed out and so this is a huge warning for Democrats running right now. This is a real issue and it's not just when it comes to the coal industry it has to do so many other manufacturing jobs that are being lost to automation that are being lost to you know <hes> globalization if you WanNa talk about jobs being shipped abroad but one other thing I wanted to just quickly mention is the one of the first things that trump did was is he decided to increase taxes on solar panels that were being imported from China so he took an extra step first thing as soon as he was elected to make it increasingly difficult to develop renewable energy here in the United Right States so this is not free markets by the way this is crony capitalism so I'll explain that real quick and then I will go to the the excess of the C._E._o.. While he was firing all these people so when the good news is that the cost of creating solar energy and wind energy is going out significantly twenty six percent lower costs now for solar energy fourteen percent lower costs for wind energy and if you do the green new deal could create millions of jobs 53,000 still Phil Left in Col- forget that we're going to create a lot more jobs because it's not just the jobs going into solar and wind. It's also rebuilding the energy infrastructure of this country so like we did with during Eisenhower building the highways and the bridges you can do that with the energy infrastructure and create an unbelievable amount of jobs and so there is a way to fix this and it is a progressive plan so that will have more jobs not less jobs and and so understand the future could be bright but we have to put in the right policies is in a place. What do we have now? We have oil companies and gas companies. Getting twenty billion dollars subsidies every single year wait. They're the most profitable forget. Coal Oil and gas are the most profitable companies in the world. Why are American taxpayers giving them twenty billion dollars on top? It doesn't make any sense at all unless you think about the bribery right exactly ExxonMobil's and all those companies they bribe politicians and the politicians and their legal bribes now they're called campaign. Gosh machines and the politicians give them twenty billion dollars in return. If you continue private financing of elections they will only work for private interests and not you guys not your jobs now that leads me to the CEO so in this case his name is Jeff hoops. You want to give some details details that I do. I do so keep in mind. All of these co workers just got screwed over their checks bounced for job for the job that they already did and according to the Guardian Jeff hoops who's the former C._e._o.. Resigned as a condition shen for a five million dollar emergency loan though his multimillion dollar plans to build a resort in West Virginia will reportedly not be impacted by the bankruptcy in a letter to workers hoops claimed quote..

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"jeff hoops" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"jeff hoops" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"And if they start winning games, I don't think it's because Jacob Rame through near Reese Hoskins as head. I think it's because they're a good team playing better to win on getting swept. Absolutely. It only gets. What by division rival? I'm with you. When Hoskins hit the home run. It was very noticeable. What he was doing. He was taking his tweet time. He was pimping the daylights out of it. And I'll admit even a met fan. Good for him. I mean, the guy like you said, and then he hits a home run off the guy who did it. Right. Any hit it at a time. When you hit it in a nice spot where you know, what they were down for whatever it was at the time. They weren't winning the game. Anyway. Okay. Find it the home run. It doesn't matter. Right. And I thought Ryan was great as far as what he said. He said he can do it. I got I gotta go get him out say he didn't have any bitterness about it. And should. And now, I do think we will get an inevitable. Philly brawl. Oh, yes. So point play how many more times than what thirteen more time. So got a bunch of opportunity. Right. So it's going to happen. And the Mets Twitter account already is kind of starting it by tweeting out like an emoji Twitter account. Yeah. Because the Mets Twitter some guy or gal that we don't know. Okay. It's just human who works with. Hopefully, it's a human. I don't think it's Jeff hoop. Well, maybe it's Brody. I dunno. Maybe it's probably so man or woman who just worked for the Mets. But they tweeted out an emoji of someone writing something down says June twenty four th which is the next time. I see they play the Philly. So I'm sure they'll be something. And it'll be fun. It'll be great good old baseball fights a lot of fun. Let's not Bs everybody. That's a baseball. Fight is fun. If it's a real fight. Yeah. Generally, not if it's real it's enjoyable. We still talk about Darrell strawberry versus the Orioles Armand. Tesco would have to teen. I was a classic. That's one of the great fights of all time. Absolutely. Oh my God. I brought a friend to the game last night. And I've been friends with him since kindergarten, right? I used to take him to make games with my dad when punching out Eric Davis. Right. Well, he remembered us taking him to a game. I said I'll never forget Charlie O'Brien, and Gary Sheffield going. I don't remember that one. Yeah. O'brien? I think at the time he was like five because not not Charlie O'Brien understand. But those things are so memorable. So we'll get it. It's just a matter of who's gonna start it who's gonna hit. Who clearly we know one thing if you hit price Harper, not only will they charge the mound. He's going to throw his helmet. And he's going to it was bad. I'm gonna throw everything at you. Because that's the crappy pulled with hunter Strickland a couple years ago. And that makes me want that to be the situation where you drove Bryson and have him. Go nuts him suspended for five days. It's good though. They did a good job handling them in this series. He did get a big double last night, which turned out to be all the runs that we're going to need he did. And then they struck him out times in a row. And there was a guy on bass in every situation. I think you're right. So Yankees win the Mets lose and tonight is for both the New York Giants and the New York yet. We'll get your calls next beningo and Roberts in the midday. And we'll give you a Yankee ticket opportunities throughout the program. So very very busy Thursday. We're coming right back. Hey is I'm Sierra also will join.

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"jeff hoops" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"jeff hoops" Discussed on The Filmcast

"It's like you know it's it's now would become just weird royal family that were following your breaking peters brain right now i think it's he didn't consider the possibility that we might not have the store scott walker phones i just think that after nine they might take a break but i think the scott walker sog is the you know it's the big money of this franchise and as much like everybody has been going on it's only the backbone of the universe has no disputing that but i think that when whatever happens to luke happens to luke at the end of episode nine which i assume will be the end of his tail jeff hoops might make it to episode nine well well if the last it is not only ref sprints to luke but also a reference to re because with guys an absurd it it's only you know it's certainly it could be it took the could be the case but i do think that that that i just think it's what we're to prevent get like episode and rays scott a family in order to what it just beal's weird that this guy walker tale is is is a very specific thing right in it's not just like where all i mean i mean i'm kind of speaking on the assumption that raise his kid which we don't know for sure but but if if she is not that it's certainly is not just our good job is a dozen more sky high locker another is kyle right right i got yeah ago maybe it's kyle runs family jeff were giving us yeah the ran the renaissance than the do redhead just that's going to upset april so yeah we're going to do what would you guys jeff it's only due preferred they'd be brent from the scot like you don't want the episode x to be about scott.

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