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"mexia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:46 min | Last month

"mexia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"mexia" Discussed on A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over

A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over

07:25 min | 2 months ago

"mexia" Discussed on A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over

"Here's a word that was recently added to at least one dictionary in Italy in the word is and that is a neologism for a concept that's been around for a long time. In a kind of older gent. And the zingarelli dictionary says something to the effect of and uma ra is somebody who strolls around at construction sites checking, asking questions, giving suggestions or criticizing the activities that take place there. And the dictionary definition describes that person doing all that money dietro laski, which means with his hands behind his back. I mean, you've seen this guy outside. The universal and the world over. He's retired. He's got nothing better to do, but look to see what these young his youngsters are up to and just kind of just, you know. These ultra cockers in New York just standing there and just kept saying from the behind the fence. Yeah, the word umail is from a dialectal word that means little man, and it was popularized by writer danilo mazzotti. Perfect. We love hearing the new words from other languages. What languages do you speak? But there's something new happening in them, 877-929-9673. Words at wayward radio dot org, Twitter, at WA Y ORD. Beer listening to away with words, the show out language, and how we use it. I'm grant Barrett. And I'm Martha Barnett. Grant, have you been watching severance on Apple TV? Watch the first episode with my family, and I have to say that is some of the most striking call it filmmaking are show making I have ever seen. Yes, it is the weirdest show with an amazing cast. I've been describing it to people as sort of Twin Peaks meets the office meets 2001 a space Odyssey. It's a fascinating program that raises the question of what if the person you are at work knows nothing about the person you are at home, you don't know who your Friends and family are or what you do in your spare time. And when you're at home, you know nothing about who you are at work and what you do. And as you know, from that, just that first episode is sort of creepy and dystopian, but sometimes it's laugh out loud, funny. And I keep wanting to talk about it and now I have an excuse to because it includes a teachable moment of etymology. Oh boy, let's hear it. Yeah, once you get farther into it, there's a book that claims to give the origin of the word camaraderie. And it says most linguists agree that it comes from the Latin camera, which means a device used to take a photograph. And of course, the best photographs are not of individuals, but of groups of happy friends who love each other deeply. No. Not exactly. That was actually a laugh out loud, lined for me because in Latin the word camera means room, and that eventually gave rise to the French ward camarade, which means somebody who shares a room, a friend or a comrade, and that gave us camaraderie. And when you're talking about the modern photographic device called a camera, that's a shortening of an earlier term, as you know, probably grant from doing this in an elementary school, people knew for centuries that you could use a black box with a lens at one end to project images of external objects in that box was called a camera obscura literally a dark room in Latin, and then later when modern photographic technology came along, camera obscura was shortened to just camera. And I have to say that in defense of severance, the book that professes to have the etymology of this word is sort of this flaky self help book to begin with. But it gives me an excuse to talk about the show, which I can't seem to stop doing. It is funny how often on television, particularly obviously not the non fiction shows, but the analogies are wrong are off. And irritates me because I'm like, well, with a little bit of effort, they could have gotten that right. And then all the people who watched this would have had the correct etymology. Yeah, we're available for consultation. Within the universe of this weird weird show, it fit because the book was junkie and so maybe that was chunky too. Yeah, yeah. So anyway, I'm going to go back and rewatch the whole thing, I think. We'd love talking about etymology and word origins, 877-929-9673 is toll free in the U.S. and Canada 24 hours a day, and you can email us words at wayward radio dot org or try us on Twitter at WA. Hello, you have a way with words. Hi, this is Kathy. Hi, Kathy. Where are you calling from? I'm in San Antonio, Texas right now. Wow, welcome to the show. Thank you. What would you like to talk with us about Kathy? Well, I was calling about the topic, the relationship between culture and language. And I think you all put out a call about that. And I just think that it's interesting. I mean, we know that language is a manifestation of the culture, but I think it's interesting that language kind of helps to maintain and translate the culture. Here in Texas, I guess in many parts of the country where so concerned about losing our ethnic language are ethnic culture, but the language associated with that. And so here in Texas, I'm at the Hana and part of the mexia culture, the Aztec nation as it was renamed in the 1880s, but the chichi maca tribes that tribes were all here still. And we're concerned about losing the language of the conquerors. The language of the conquistadores, which is Spanish. But really, our language goes further than further back than that. And I think it's interesting to me that not well language is preserved in the Spanish language. The TL at the end of a lot of the words that were spoken by the mahia nation were taken into the Spanish language, but they end in TE. So words like tomato, wakata, these mean tomato and sweet potato, avocado, all these words are in the Spanish language, but they actually even go back to the meal language. And we use them every day in our saints. We call them beaches. The details are the saints that we have. Yes, yes. So one that I mean, our family uses almost every other day as men as Woods must say. Which is fewer donkeys more corn. Corn, but that's one of the words that was taken into the Spanish language from the mejia. There's an interesting how often the words are food words. Yes, and so many of the other words that I named were from food. Or making food. But I just think this one's really funny because we use it all the time. My mother was saying the other day how her father used to say that when one of the kids said, oh, I don't want to eat tortillas or I don't want themes and he'd say, hey, menon's Buddhism, which meant move over because somebody.

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"mexia" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"mexia" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"For Miranda being an insurance having council over the state. I mispronounced things in place. Quite often. His examples are, uh, Bernie being pronounced burn. I Are born. That's where Bjorn E. San Martin. San Marcos. Some of the To say Jordan iton. Well, it is Jordan Tim, but I hear Jordan Tennco. You hear Jordan 10 all the time. Let's see from our good friend Tony you Minsky played by playing a long time play by play guy for professional hockey in San Antonio. Sam P. Drove San Marco's and Bo Ernie Ron, although not in San Antonio. Furio and he's talking about, of course, r E F Yu gi oh which a lot of people say Rifugio. Well, it's riff. You're real. Calvin says. What drives me nuts is when the radio or TV personalities. Interchange, the number zero and the letter o in the same phone number when they're giving out a number. It's a number, not a letter s. So what do you say? Do you say to 1/2 10? I grew up saying to one hour You wanna know I kind of mix and match Rut. Roh On person We're pissing off is Calvin Bernie says. How about Hebb? Frenchy be or Mary Archie. Roger the usual suspects. Becks are CG and and Grune, huh? I could see how if you look at sea Geen that you might not get so geen. I still don't know how you get CG in Yeah, I would say. I mean, if you were gonna, if you will look at it, and you didn't know it was a game. I would think that your inclination would be to say so. Gwynn yeah. Or second? Yeah, yeah. Let's see here, Marvin. Almost it now. Can't do that when I did Roger, right? Yes. Yeah. Okay. I think we're up the date. Well, we got one more from Bob and back. He just came in. My husband. I came up with these commonly mispronounced names. Emmy Xie A, uh, my hair my hair on people say Mexia. I've never heard it would. Well, I've never heard it, but I'm sure people mispronounced Buddha. Might say butter. And Sanchez Santos and hasn't Oh, that would be another one of their Wow. They just keep right on coming. Uh, how do you get bear out of the way You all spell your county name? So here's somebody who not hungry wants to know how we get that out of it. I don't know. Ask a Hispanic somewhere is the best I can figure out. Sean Hannity's morning minute coming up in one half hour..

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"mexia" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"mexia" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"16 W. Audi feels a little sticky outside at 74. Fort Lauderdale, 73 right now out of Miami Lakes and also in Hialeah at 702 outs, impeachment managers spending time showing dramatic new security camera footage of riders at the Capitol. NBC's Peter Alexander has the latest Democrats releasing never before seen video from inside the attack that they say former president Trump incited body camera footage from an officer being beaten by the mob radio calls for help and new security footage showing those riders entering the capital. The edited video shown during former President Trump's second impeachment trial depicts riders trying to climb through windows to reach the House floor, a Capitol police officer than firing a weapon at a woman who falls to the ground. She was identified later. On as 35 year old Ashley Babbitt, a California native and Air Force veteran who died later that day. The videos of the riders attacking Capitol police officers with a bullhorn and trump flags were also shown. 703 for the first time Self Florida's 65 Plus can now go to a pharmacy near them to get a covert 19 shot. Southwest Miami Dade Fresco. Amos becomes the first grocery store clinic in Miami Dade or Broward to give out vaccines. About a dozen Walmarts and Sam's clubs in both counties start putting shots and arms tomorrow through the federal Retail Pharmacy program. If I used Dr Mary Jo trap that calls this good news, I think that more sites that are available, the more options that are available on the better things will be a, he says. Miami Dade has vaccinated a smaller percentage of its seniors than Broward, Palm Beach and other parts of the state. Two Keys. Winn Dixie's also kicking off Their vaccine program today. Eric Rodriguez News radio 6 10 W. Y. O D. And while nearly 600 public's locations are participating in this federal program, none of them is located in Miami Dade nor Broward. You are the 160 more deaths here in Florida attributed to Corona virus with over 7500 new cases confirmed just yesterday and the fear that that could spike with spring break right around the quarter is mounting the city of Miami Beach now getting ready for a very busy period. The city unanimously approving a zero tolerance plan Wednesday to prevent further violence and the spread of cove in 19 to do that, in terms, city manager rule, Aguilar says you can expect to see more police And reduced liquor store hours Under the emergency powers package. The Chris stores stopped serving in the end Mexia jpm, but the restaurants and alcoholic beverage establishments will be continued to operate and serve liquor until midnight. Police and city commissioners are expecting this spring break to be one of the busiest on record. Jeremy ST Louis News radio 6 10 W. Y. O D on 704 and taking a flight could soon require a negative covert test. People to judge US Transportation secretary spoke with Axios on HBO and says officials are strongly considering the move. There's active conversation with.

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"mexia" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"mexia" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Is Mexia on in an N Bexar County, Bexar County When you go on in Bexar County. I just wanna check because you just sound a little weird. Our side. I appreciate you. I gotta keep that New Braunfels. There's all those same bronze spells right? Articles. It is sick, so sick, so glad you chose to join us here on the tide of Don show and it's a big day. I hope you got a seatbelt on because it's gonna be a crazy day in our nation's capital. In fact, Republican Congressman Jason Shavitz, he says he'll vote no on impeachment. He was on Fox just a few minutes ago. He says he has reviewed red and watched that full speech from last Wednesday of President Donald Trump. And we know where he's accused of inciting violence, he says. The president never called for violence once and I think it's a dangerous precedent. I think it's not warranted and it's not going to fix the problem. It's not going to solve things. It's going to further divide the country and I just think it is wrong. Yeah, I think centuries where most people want to be, but remember, this is not how put Nancy Pelosi operates. She's not there to actually solve the problem. She wants to divide the Republican Party. The Nancy Pelosi, I know is all about Nancy Pelosi. And the Democratic Party, and she wants to continue to further this fight. She's not doing things in this last week before the new president is sworn in, that will actually unite the country. So when they say all we want to unite the country, where is the evidence of that? They don't know me. In fact, I'm hearing some of the most radicals on the left talking about de programming. Everybody on the right. Man, That's that Sounds scary. You start talking about de programming. That's that sounds like fascism. To me. Right? There is like it sounds like some bizarre science fiction movie. I mean, Fletcher was the world's going to hell. You start talking on using those words like de programming. There's a lot of people out there that that really pushes him over the edge. That's those air, not unifying kind of words and language whatsoever. It is 60. Wait, Listen. Federal law enforcement officials are concerned last week's attack there at the Capitol and the increase of armed demonstrations could embolden some people in protests are expected around state capitals between now and election Day or Inauguration day. That is and including here in Austin. Several businesses downtown have started boarding up their windows as a precaution. Employees at a 7 11 downtown on the corner store, they told CBS Austin They boarded up their glass windows. Just this precaution. Have any kind of protest in the coming days. Dave Kruger, the owner of Cougar Jewelry stores Down down on Congress Avenue, he says, I just don't know if I showed her if I shouldn't. I just just protect my best. Hard to know what to think. Yeah. Listen, I'm I didn't think we were going to see what we saw a week ago. I did not. I was just, uh, surprised. There's so many people were. I didn't take it, so I think people have to be ready for any possible scenario. Listen, we'll take a little bit deeper here from Dave Kruger coming up in six. 20 in business news right now, though 609 in time for the Rush Update in eighth grade student in New York City has written an op ed in The New York Times and I cannot believe they ran 13 year old Vera Nick Mintz says that she's learning more with distance learning like at home then she did with her school was open. Now. She says that before the coronavirus lockdown, she had to put up with other students talking out of turn every day, they destroyed classroom materials, openly disrespected a teacher's. I blurted out answers during tests. She says another student's regularly pushed and kicked and hit each other, and that was life in her middle school every single day. Now, she wrote about the problems with so called collaborative learning, which she says accounts for 80% of classroom work in her school. It's done in groups dedicated students have to try to make the unmotivated kids finish assignments and behave But distance learning is loud Amusements to take control of her own studies. She cannot focus on her work and not being held back. By the losers. His men, So I want to thank you. You have single handedly explained why so many parents in New York and another blue cities want school choice They want to say in where they send their kids to school, so they won't have to put up with what you've been forced to put up with every day. Until the coronavirus saved you. How about that? If you are looking for a resolution that's easy to keep in the new year. Here's one resolved to help protect your identity and personal information with.

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"mexia" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"mexia" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"On the tattered Dan show Muhaya, not Mexia. So we got well, Listen. A couple of runoff races on the Austin City Council have been decided. District 10 incumbent Alison Altar is the ways reelected and in District six. Mackenzie Kelly is the big winner. With all the holds tallied up for the Austin City Council race challenger Mackenzie Kelly upset incumbent Jimmy Flanagan by 9% points. In the runoff election with more than 54% of the vote in district 10. It was an even tighter race with incumbent else an altar beating out her challenger, Jennifer, for then by three points, keeping her council seat with 51% of the vote. John Colleen is radio K O B. J, right. There you go. Congratulations, Mackenzie Kelly. A big congratulations. And very, very timely, very, very time. Like given what were experiencing this in this city right now. It's it's like, you know, just just just came in and swooped in, and hopefully we'll kind of help save the day. Maybe solar. It's just a least get these people thinking she's She's a tough one. But let's let's be clear. She's just a break. In this process to, you know, change this City Council. I know she needs help, and I think she's gonna get some help. I've actually talked with a few others in that city council that want to work with her. Some of them don't. But there's a couple of others that are starting to stand up to this very aggressive mayor and Greg Cassara and and Steve Adler. They're upset, too. They feel as if a couple of them have feel as if they were bullied into the de funding of police. They really didn't want to do it. Yes, Some people have come since and maybe they feel a little inspired to stand strong. On this issue. Maybe I'm hoping that's what is their thinking is that that would be good. That would be good. If that could really happen if that can still happen in the world, and especially, still happened here in Austin, Texas, that would, that would be quite encouraging. So Joe Biden his naming Cabinet members, and he has chosen a transportation secretary. The mayor from South Bend, Indiana. Pete Buddha jet. Yeah. You have trouble saying his name Buddha Ditch Now, ButI. Think of boot edge edge boot at it. Young say that boot edge edge. There you go. No problem. Pretty much. Just a little faster. That's how you say Tej. Yeah. 38 years young and he ran a solid campaign, according to the Democrats, is scrapping a little bit well, he won. The Iowa caucus eventually dropped out of the race, and he endorsed Joe Biden help him raise money. Despite biting have Rana and ad mocking pizza in on his poultry experience of their they're together now. And, uh, Pete's gonna run the Transportation Department for the You know, there you go. He's smart guy, and he's also in there. Let's speak with us Be quite honest. He's also in there because he's an openly openly gay man. That also looks good. That also looks good. You think that's the reason with that? That's a big chunk of it right there. That looks good for Joe Biden and Nelson Lee Gay. I hope that's not the main reason why he selected not the main reason. He's a very smart guy. I'm sure he will have a lot to offer. He is he's sharp, man. I I I was very Pressed with him. Uh, but the fact you know if I was him, you know, I would also be kind of let down a little bit. Just you got to know I'm also in here because I'm gay. Why they referring to miss the first gay Cabinet member? Openly gay. Okay, openly gay. Okay, okay, because she you don't know. No, it is not the first day he can't be. No, there's no way right. But he is apparently apparently the first openly gay kid. Sure, I I guess. Well, he's gonna manage nearly $90 billion in budget money Plus oversee the agency that regulates railroads, Trucking and aviation is nomination makes it if it makes it through the Senate, Pete would be the first openly lbgt Q plus person to become a member of the presidential Cabinet. People are out of that right? That's great. I guess you're right. There you go. This is great news for Austin, Texas. Because Mayor Steve Adler impeach our bestest of friends, they are BFF's. Yeah, and they're connected on the TIC Tac's in the instagrams, and they do dance videos and share it back and forth with each other all day long. And, Yeah, I have a call. Someone goes. Hey, Woody. What do you do? Well, when Pete comes to town, he stays at the W with the mayor they do on There you go. I mean, the reason why I say this is good news is because, um, it's not a done deal yet, but federal dollars air desperately needed as part of that property that voters voted to increase their own personal taxes on that's right, and federal dollars are desperately needed to make that happen, or else I'm gonna have to come back with another big bond package on you. If you're somebody that believes that property will do anything to make this city a bit better short and it won't Well, there you go. So if we do get some federal dollars It could be because of the buddy buddy relationship between Idler MPD. That's right. Could I have some money could have some money. So Travis County Commissioner Gerald Daughter is sounding an alarm yesterday in the county commissioner's meeting. He's really concerned about surging hospitalizations and leaving the business closures and as part of that mayor Steve Adler and Travis County Judge Andy Brown, they're asking faith leaders..

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"mexia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"mexia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Basically from greatness to going super quiet as you said, and in it, there's the doubt about when the end I P o may actually happen. Doesn't look like it may be happening before 2022. And this was meant to be the biggest. I P o ever. Some $35 billion. It's quite extraordinary. I mean, we've had a number of large ones here in the singular digit billions but 35 billion Something that really surprised the market raises a lot of questions going forward about regulation in China, and whether not, investors can feel comfortable with With even companies like Ali Baba and 10 Cent and and JD dot com and others for fears that executives, you know Find some difficulties dealing with the Communist Party. And there's a point that regulation will become more a robust with these types of companies. Gaining importance in the system, as we've seen with the rise of Alibaba as well as with Aunt S. O as you have more Chinese companies coming home. That's a question that will linger. Okay, let's get to Ringo Choi, who is with us from Ernst in young looking at I pose so, Ringo. We were making the comment a few moments ago that it was. It was a great year for I pose in one sense. Just given the backdrop of the pandemic. But where does 2020 shape up for Hong Kong in history books in terms of companies brought to market here and how does that set us up for next year? Okay, So first of all, for officiating is a very good year. And I think in Hong Kong, although everyone is suffering from Kofi 19 that for financial related sector abilities to okay because he just pushed about them to ensure that Did you can go through and then the awful. The market is having a lot of Hong Kong new candidates, which from cross for the Coming back for the seven relisting and in the business for mainland Chinese company they have a duelist Bring in Hong Kong. Which country girl out more than 100 billion. Your home dollar for that bullshit. Mexia. I just say that this contribution we continued, and then ah lot off returns off those ideal companies that are professionally listed in this year. Little one momentum for some other candidates off ideals who would love to join this campaign and then also try to race more fun in Hong Kong or also US and mainland China. We go. Thank you. Ringo Choi, Asia Pacific AIPO leader at Ernst and Young looking at the markets this morning, we had that curve ball thrown by President Trump, hinting that he would not sign this relief.

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"mexia" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"mexia" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"City, saying you didn't say it, right? That's right. You incorrectly pronounced you'd be the next one shot. It is 6 48. Thank you so much for being here on the tab and Dan show Muhaya, not Mexia. So we got well. Listen to a couple of runoff races on the Austin City Council have been decided. District 10 incumbent Alison Altar is the ways reelected and in District six. Mackenzie Kelly is the big winner. With all the votes tallied up for the Austin City Council race challenger Mackenzie Kelly upset incumbent Jimmy Flanagan by 9% points. In the runoff election with more than 54% of the vote in district 10. It was an even tighter race with incumbent Elson Alter beating out her challenger, Jennifer for den by three points, keeping her council seat with 51% of the vote. John Cooley News radio K O b. J Right, There you go. Congratulations, Mackenzie Kelly. A big Congratulations. And very, very timely, very, very timely. Given what were experiencing this in this city right now. It's it's like, you know, just just just came in and swooped in, and hopefully we'll kind of help save the day. Maybe so. It's just a least get these people thinking she's She's a tough one. But let's let's be clear. She's just a break. In this process, you know, change this City Council. I know she needs help, and I think she's gonna get some help. I've actually talked with a few others in that city council that want to work with her. Some of them don't. But there's a couple of others that are starting to stand up to this very aggressive mayor and Greg Cassara and Steve Adler. They're upset, too. They feel as if a couple of them have feel as if they were bullied into the de funding of police. They really didn't want to do it. Yes, Some people have come since and maybe they feel a little inspired to stand strong. On this issue. Maybe I'm hoping that's what is their thinking is that that would be good. That would be good. If that could really happen if that can still happen in the world, and especially still happened here in Austin, Texas. Yeah, that would. That would be quite encouraging. So Joe Biden his naming Cabinet members, and he has chosen a transportation secretary. The mayor from South Bend, Indiana. Pete Buddha Jet? Yeah. You have trouble saying his name Buddha Ditch Now, ButI. Think of boot edge edge boot at it. Yanks say that boot edge edge. There you go. No problem. Pretty much. Just a little faster. That's how you say Tej. Yeah. 38 years young and he ran a solid campaign, according to the Democrats, is scrapping a little bit well, he won. The Iowa caucus eventually dropped out of the race, and he endorsed Joe Biden help him raise money. Despite biting have run an ad mocking pizza in on his poultry experience of their they're together now and, uh, Pete's gonna run the Transportation Department for the There you go. He's smart guy, and he's also in there. Let's speak with us be quite honest. He's also in there because he's an openly openly gay man. That also looks good. That also looks good. You think that's the reason with that? That's a big chunk of it right there. That looks good for Joe Biden have been openly gay. I hope that's not the main reason why he selected enough. The main reason he's a very smart guy. I'm sure he will have a lot to offer. He is he sharp man. I I I was very impressed with him. But the fact that you know if I was him, you know, I would also be kind of let down a little bit. Just you got to know I'm also in here because I'm gay. Why they referring to miss the first gay Cabinet member? Openly gay. Okay, openly gay. Okay, coming because she you don't know. No, He's not the first game. He can't be. No, there's no way right. But he is apparently apparently the first openly gay kid. Sure, I I guess. Well, he's gonna manage nearly $90 billion and budget money Plus oversee the agency that regulates railroads, trucking and aviation is nomination makes it if it makes it through the Senate, Pete would be the first openly lbgt Q plus person to become a member of the presidential Cabinet. People are out of that's all right. That's great again. So you're all right. There you go. This is great news for Austin, Texas. Because Mayor Steve Adler in Pete's Our bestest of friends, they are B F F's, and they're connected on the TIC Tac's in the instagrams, and they do dance videos and share it back and forth with each other all day long. And, Yeah, I have a call. Someone goes. Hey, Woody. What do you do? Well, when Pete comes to town, he stays at the W with the mayor they do on There you go. I mean, the reason why I say this is good news is because, um, it's not a done deal yet, but federal dollars air desperately needed as part of that property that voters voted to increase their own personal taxes on that's right, and federal dollars are desperately needed to make that happen, or else I'm gonna have to come back with another big bond package on you. If you're somebody that believes that property will do anything to make this city a bit better short and it won't Well, there you go. So if we do get some federal dollars It could be because of the buddy buddy relationship between idler MPD. That's right. Could I have some money could have some money. So Travis County Commissioner Gerald Daughter is sounding an alarm yesterday in the county commissioner's meeting. He's really concerned about surging hospitalizations and leading business closures. And as part of that mayor Steve Adler and Travis County Judge Andy Brown, they're asking.

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"mexia" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"mexia" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"O'Reilly Autoparts. First quarter clock and Knoxville shows 6 29 7. Nothing Alabama but it's been a feisty start for the volunteers. Yeah, definitely has. The unfortunate part for them is obviously the replay that did not go their way as Faras Harris. Getting to stop potentially thinking that they could have gotten the fumble and got the ball back instead of Alabama getting a touchdown, But they had to manageable third down situations, Patrick that they've not been able to convert and they've got to find a way to pick up the first down, especially as I mentioned there going uptempo. They're going fast, which means their defense is not getting a break. And if they're not going to sustain drives, you're gonna put this explosive offense back out on the field. Once again, just giving him another opportunity to make a big play. Here's what I would say. Fortunately for Tennessee, they haven't Alabama has not taken a big shot downfield like I thought they might early on in the game, so they've been kind of able to keep themselves keep everything in front of him outside of that completion. The slate Bolden, But it's almost a matter of time before Steve Sarkisian takes that big shot downfield and tries to put the ball in the hands of Devante Smith or John met. She gets to that 0.3 touchdown passes this year from Mack Jones to his Alabama wideouts, Mexia, 78 Yarder Waterways and 87, a nine yard touchdown reception. Again. He is back to the Alabama locker room hand once again to start the game. Mack Jones is a perfect eight for 8 400 yards already in this one, it seemed like a weekly commonplace occurrence. Alabama back in the field Working left right. This tribal begin at its 24 yard line off the left. Tash Naji Harris stands for the right forest all emotion right to let Twitter Cedar's right. Jones will give it to 90 Harris off the right tackle, and Butler drags him down near the 30 yard line off the defensive line for Tennessee. Still, though, a solid first really good push up from Alabama routinely with one of the best offensive lines in college football five star Players coming out of high school. Laura Cross that front and then you throw in a guy like Miller Forest. All is your lead blocker coming through there as 1/5 year senior. Not a bad set up there for Najah Harris for across the line of scrimmage for Tennessee's defense, second down and a half for Allah battle from the pistol, Jones turns fakes he wants to throw Scoots to his white deep ball down the middle. Once meant, he makes the catch 26 star line to Tennessee defenders cancel each other out men. She almost got away from a bear traps tackle, but he's brought down to the 24 yard line and volunteer territory. You have really good route by Medici, too, because he starts in tight, Patrick, But then he expands the defense out. So what his goal is is he's trying to open up that hole for his quarterback, Matt Jones to give him a little bit more room. To sneak the football in a lot of times when you're running a skinny post. You're doing that from a big traditional wide receiver split from the outside, but that time he was only about two yards removed from the line of scrimmage. Good job opening up that hole in a great delivery by Matt Jones 45 yards on the hook up, first out Alabama first man, Mrs Nagy. Harris just stumbles his way forward and still even losing his balance that with particularly good footing, taking a little hit still slippers and about seven Yeah, that's the sign of a really good back the guys that lose their balance. We'll just find a way to rumble and stumble to pick up a few yards. And so the first down efficiency is giving Steve Sarkisian so many options is a play caller as Nagy. Here's ends up, picking up about seven yards on first down. I mean, you could take a shot. You could run the football again. You could go quick Slant. Whatever you want is a place right there. Second three Alabama Harris, who was split out wide right now sets up in the backfield. Bolin leaves the backfield past comes his way. Grabs at the local 25 yard line heads toward his silent and its angrily. Not good about trade on flowers around the 16 Leave Alabama. But you know, here's Here's The good sign for Alabama is that they use Jalen Waddle, arguably one of the best receivers in college football, and what do they do? They dial up his replacement, Slade Boldin, and he's like the premier Pass me that plate was designed to go to his hands. Usually, if that happens, shift things around a little bit, and maybe the ball now goes to Devante Smith or goes to John met, but they're like putting the ball in the hands of their third string confidence in his death. Most Mezey left right on third and short, too. Resetting ofthe right hit his head. He will take the pan off spin attack on a spree who is still with the lion to get against inside the 15 down to about 12. What a great effort by Naji Harris. That place should have been blown up for lost twice. Exactly should have been tackled for a loss in the backfield. But he's somehow someway finds a way to slide out of this tackle. It was Carole Middleton, the big 673 or five defensive end. That gets through the line of scrimmage and he's got him. He's got him dead in the backfield. And somehow Nagy Harris spins back out of it and uses just that great individual effort to pick up the first down and move the chains. That will be a defining play on this, Dr Patrick Defenders. Fist slammed in it, sir. On Tennessee side they let Alabama off the hook here is again off the right tackle probing pick it gets inside the numbers that stand down toward the goal line marks around the one And again freestyling Nagy. Harris merely able to sneak his way into the end zone for a second time, And that was just kind of like bobbing and weaving his way through there didn't even really looked like he was running full speed. Just kind of invading some tacklers going left going right, and he thought he was in on second and goal keeper by Matt Jones lunges toward the goal line. No arms up yet Now they are met Jones. On the keeper for my yard out. There were 2 54 left in the opening quarter. Alabama 13, Tennessee. Nothing. Well, that was the same play that they ran on the previous drive when they tried to go hurry up what the play was stopped because they wanted to take another look at it, So that's just a quick adjustment that Alabama does any time that they get stopped short of the goal line. George is gonna rush everybody up to the line of scrimmage. They probably just got a one word call, Which means we're running quarterback. Sneak trying to catch the defense off guard may be thinking about the previous play a little bit. Meanwhile, the quarterback just slides right in the zone will record number one recruiting kicker a couple of years ago on for the extra point the right leg through and drives it good. The Alabama Crimson side With less than an optimal start with a punch and an injury to one. They're featured skill players but back to back possessions for touchdowns. Alabama leads Tennessee 14 to 54 left in the opening quarter, but send it back to Jason Horowitz in our Westwood one studios. All right, Patrick. Thank you very much. Three other top 10 teams.

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"mexia" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"mexia" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Here's what I would say. Fortunately for Tennessee, they haven't Alabama has not taken a big shot downfield like I thought they might early on in the game, so they've been kind of able to keep themselves to keep everything in front of him outside of that completion. To slay Bolden. But it's almost a matter of time before Steve Sarkisian takes that big shot downfield and tries to put the ball in the hands of Devante Smith or John Medici to that 0.3 touchdown passes this year from Mack Jones to his Alabama wideouts. Mexia, 78 yarder Wattles and 87, a nine yard touchdown reception, But again, he's back in the Alabama locker room. Hand once again to start the game. Mack Jones is a perfect eight for 8 400 yards already in this one just seems like a weekly commonplace occurrence. Not Alabama back in the field Working left right. This drive will begin its 24 yard line off the left. Tash Nagy. Harry stands for the right man for stolen motion right selection receivers to the right and Jones will give it to 19 here is off the right tackle, and Butler drags him down near the 30 yard line off the defensive line for Tennessee. Still, though, a solid first outdated six Really good. Push up front. Alabama routinely with one of the best offensive lines in college football. Five star players coming out of high school galore across that front, and then you throw in a guy like Miller forestall as your lead blocker coming through, there is 1/5 year senior. Not a bad set up there for Najah Harris or across the Linus Courage for Tennessee's defense. Second down and Half for Allah battle from the pistol, Jones turns fakes he wants to throw scoots to his white deep ball down the middle. Once met, he makes the catch 26 star line to Tennessee defenders cancel each other out men. She almost got away from a bear traps tackle, but he's brought down to the 24 yard line in volunteer territory. Yeah, really good route by Medici, too, because he starts in tight, Patrick, But then he expands the defense out. So what his goal is is he's trying to open up that hole first. Quarterback Matt Jones to give him a little bit more room to sneak the football in a lot of times when you're running the skinny post, you're doing that from a big traditional wide receiver split from the outside, but that time he was only about two yards removed from the line of scrimmage. Good. Stop opening up that whole great delivery Jones 45 yards on the hook up. First out Alabama first man, Mrs Nagy Harris. Just stumbles his way forward and still even losing his balance. Not with particularly good footing, taking a little bit of it Still, slippers and about step Yeah, that's the sign of a really good back guys that lose their balance, but still just find a way to rumble and stumble to pick up a few yards. And so the first down efficiency is giving Steve Sarkisian so many options is a play caller. As Naji. Here's ends up picking up about seven yards on first down. I mean, you could take a shot. You could run the football again. You could go quick Slant. Whatever you want is a place called has second three. Alabama Harris, who was split out wide right now sets in the backfield. Bullet leaves the backfield past comes his way. Grabs the logo. The 25 yard line heads toward the silent and gets angrily not gonna bounce by trade on flowers. Around the 16 leave Alabama yards. You know, Here's Here's The good sign for Alabama is that they use Jalen Waddle, arguably one of the best receivers in college football, and what do they do? They dial up his replacement Slate Boldin, and he's like the premier Pass me that plate was designed to go to his hands. Usually, if that happens, shift things around a little bit, and maybe the ball now goes to Devante Smith or goes to John met, but they're putting the ball in the hands of their third string, receiver and confidence in his death in most men elected right on third and short to re setting off the right hip is Harris. He will take the pan off attacking our spring to his wake. Still with the line to get it gets inside the 15 0 and down to about 12. What a great effort by Naji Here is that place should have been blown up for lost twice. Exactly should have been tackled for a loss in the backfield. But he's somehow someway finds a way to slide out of this tackle. It was Carole Middleton, the big 67305 defensive end. It gets through the line of scrimmage and he's got him. He's got him dead in the backfield. And somehow Nagy, Harris spins back out of it and uses just that great individual effort to pick up the first down and move the chains that will be a defining play on this. Dr Patrick Defenders. Fist slammed into the surf on Tennessee side knowing they let Alabama off the hook here is again off the right tackle probing pick it gets inside the numbers it sent down toward the goal line marks. Around the one and again freestyling Nagy. Harris nearly able to sneak his way into the end zone for a second time, and that was just kind of like bobbing and weaving his way through there didn't even really looked like he was running full speed. Just kind of invading some tacklers left going right and he thought he was in on second and goal keeper by Matt Jones lunges toward the goal line. No arms up yet Now they are met Jones on the keeper for my yard out. 2 54 left in the opening quarter. Alabama 13, Tennessee Nothing. Well, that was the same play that they ran on the previous drive when they tried to go hurry up what the play was stopped because they wanted to take another look at it. So that's just a quick adjustment that Alabama does any time that they get stopped short of the goal line. Jones is gonna rush everybody up to the line of scrimmage. They probably just got a one word call, which means we're running quarterback. Sneak trying to catch the defense off guard may be thinking about the previous play a little bit. Meanwhile, the quarterback just slides right into the end zone..

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"mexia" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"mexia" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"mexia" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:38 min | 2 years ago

"mexia" Discussed on 710 WOR

"He's a former counterterrorism officer for the CIA and the NYPD. He Yeah, he knows stuff. It's Buck Sexton on 7 10 W. O R. I decided to move back our conversation a little bit in this hour about China and the counter intelligence. That's kind intelligence cases and all the espionage and intellectual property theft. That's Happening every single day, and so much of it that it's beyond. Comprehension. Really? You can't even think of how many. You can't even imagine how much The Chinese government is stealing from the United States through cyber intrusion and other methods as well. Old fashion espionage here. That'll be a little later in this hour is, you know Mexia, so that gets me Gets right into the center of my old wheelhouse. But there's something else that I thought we should spend some more time together. And that is that surprisingly. There was actually a worthwhile exchange last night on CNN. Now, that doesn't happen very often. It doesn't happen very often cause CNN as you probably have already seen and heard, if you are unfortunate off to stumble upon it while you're trying to find something actually worth watching. Is a left wing propaganda outlet at this point, I mean, there's no question that it's a It's really just the mouthpiece of the DNC. That's what it's that's. That's what you're dealing with. When you turn on. CNN every single time. But they had an interesting exchange between Terry Crews who was an actor and athlete. I believe he's in the NFL for awhile. And don lemon. Much more thing that I think they had Ah planned at least when they were setting up the segment. Here is how this goes and this goes to the heart. Really of Why are we pretending? That black lives matter as in as a movement. Is not advocating for things that are reckless and bad for communities. Why do we not recognize when we discussed this group, But there is an absolutism. In the way that they demand things. There's no room for discussion. They shout people down. They are screaming and spinning in tops faces. Cops were innocent of any wrongdoing. And cops who are Almost across the board 100% doing a very good job and helping out their communities. They just the cities all across the country. And we're already seeing the spike. In violence. I'll talk more about that as well. DiBlasio announcing our There's a lot of things going on on. Maybe it's Cove it or I don't know. Maybe it's the weather. Means the blossoms the worst. He's always been the worst. But now now when the crisis comes along for this city, when, when decision making from the top in New York has consequences Now we're seeing how terrible the Blasi really is before. It was kind of easy to just figure. Well, you know. You could have Ah, Sack of potatoes in charge of the city, and it wouldn't really matter what kind of run pretty well. You got. Biden is going to be a second Sacha potatoes. The White House you got But it's just not. It's not an Irish joke for anybody was wondering, and if it was, I'm allowed to make them I'm half Irish. Show. Here's what Here's what we've got happening. There is an intention to undermine law and order from a movement. That sees itself as having a truth that is unassailable and that cannot be challenged or even questioned by anyone. But Terry crews use who is black and who is prominent, well known celebrity. As I said. Okay, seeing him in movies. He was in the NFL for a little while he and Don Lemon had had an interesting exchange on this. I think he's been very Cruz has been very Active on social media, and I would just also want to say, you know, don lemon A lot of conservatives say that he's like the worst because Trump says he's that Trump has said. He's the dumbest person on TV and I keep that's not. I know the CNN anchor's Don Lemon's not the dumbest. I'm not saying he's Area Dyke. He's actually not the dumbest there There are. There are much dumber folks over at CNN. On and I still think that Steve Schmidt over at MSNBC. I ran the McCain campaign, which lost by a lot, But I you know, Donald Trump is basically Hitler and Stalin and Now all together. So yeah. That's what he that's the I think he may be the dumbest political analyst on TV Steve Schmidt. I really think so. Andi never met the guy. I just watched him go. I cannot believe, but he's a He's a quote Republicans they put you could be Awful on TV in all respects have nothing insightful, nothing worthwhile to say. But if you will take up the position that you are a Republican who hates trump more than anything on planet Earth or or throttle history. I'll give you a job. Will pay your money. Okay back to this exchange with Don Lemon and Terry crews here, so some of it went, You know, it's one of those things where I've been a part of different groups. I've been a part of different things and you see how extremes can really get You can't go far and can go wild. And when you issue a warning, and when a warning a scene is detrimental to the moon, man, How can you ever, ever have checks and balances? Um, you know, in the sixties and seventies, airplanes went down all the time and the reason they found out why they did. It was because the pilots could never be questioned. And when you have the leaders of the black lives movement who are now talking about, you know, we don't get our demands. We're gonna burn it down. Uh, other black people who are talking about working with other Weitz and other the races that being beautiful sellout, so called uncle towns. It starts the statue. You start to understand that you're now you're being controlled. You're not being treated in love. You're actually being control. Someone wants to control the narrative, and I do it at a very, very dangerous so righteousness that was developing that, you know that really viewed themselves better. It was almost a supremacist movement. Let me jump you. They're black lives matter a lot more than money..

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"mexia" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"mexia" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Billion dollar package for small business hospitals and testing now moves from the Senate to the house aiming for the president's desk by the end of the week and teeing up a debate over how much more relief may be needed this estates workouts safe ways to reopen New York governor Andrew Cuomo says he had a productive meeting with president trump at the White House with testing at the core we agreed that a state government the state government should be responsible for managing the actual tests in their own laboratories that Cuomo says it also has to be a real partnership with the federal government Karen kesa Washington a president announcing what he described as a temporary suspension of immigration into the U. S. executive order would bar only those seeking permanent residency not temporary workers I'm only at Francis it's been half a century since the first Earth Day was held by Piper takes a look at how it became an annual event fifty years ago today twenty million Americans some ten percent of the country's stopped her usual routine and started picking up litter in neighborhoods while thinking maybe there are better ways to ensure clean air and water he began a year earlier when Wisconsin senator **** Nelson saw an oil spill in Santa Barbara California he told the incoming Congress the earth can't continue like this in southern California hospital there is reinstated arses were suspended after refusing to care for covert nineteen infected patients without protective masks says union said last week that ten nurses and all were suspended after making their demands hospital didn't respond immediately but now claims it has enough masks to equip everyone caring for Crawford nineteen patients a million Francis what's trending on W. B. A. P. and W. P. H. P. dot com from the Wharton brothers roofing W. B. A. P. twenty four seven news desk university of Texas at Austin researchers are worried that the state has not yet reached its peak in corona virus deaths they released a new coronavirus model yesterday saying it's likely the deaf people happen in the next couple of weeks but it could happen next week researchers are using a complicated formula of cell phone GPS tracking to project whether or not the curve is flattening the Dallas County safer at home order has been extended while the state mandate is set to expire next week right now all has that story the Dallas County commissioners court voted to extend the order requiring residents to stay home with the exception of a central activities and business until may fifteenth shortly after the vote governor Abbott was asked to state orders outweigh local once to the extent of my executive order has statewide application it would overrule any local jurisdiction a determination about their executive order Dallas County judge clay Jenkins says the extended order doesn't conflict with the loosening of restrictions on businesses by the governor Clayton Nevil WBAP news the small Texas town of Mexia has had a call with nineteen related curfew in place since March the seventeenth city manager Gary says that the ten PM to five AM curfew was added to the social distancing restrictions as a way to help the city's small police force we only actually have three units on patrol at any one time so by reducing the amount of traffic and folks that are out during those periods we could focus on helping with the covert nineteen related tasks and possibly reduce traffic accidents in the other calls that you get when people are out.

"mexia" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"mexia" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"State of Texas probably know each other from various AAU teams Edwards sticks leading scorer with ten in the first half dribbling around out front fires it down to the baseline to Shane and he can't get a shot at the meridian the corner drives baseline spins into the paint bounce pass to the left elbow to Holyfield jab step bounce Manson about that Paul Ramsey who came down the left side of the back door hi Maxie gave it up and Ramsey gets justice second basket were tied at thirty six I forgot to fight through that pick that's what they talked about at the shootaround this morning Mexia depoliticize goes bass line up with the behind his back comes into the paint over the coming on the right side gives a quickly drives it to the right elbow back to Montgomery floated to Richard's makes the catch of the right block goes up and gets fouled again it really wanted to write down under the basket to Dick Richards and Ramsey commits his second file and the team's first nice ball booklet that it took to go so I decided he J. very nice pass that Nick Richards was two of two of the line in the first half seven consecutive double figure scoring games in this one rattles out no good one more chance to put it back into the lead the standard way in the second half and allow Lubbock it's good nine four Richards one point Kentucky lead thirty seven thirty six where to move Ramsey from the way to the point about top Ramsey to the left elbow hesitates as is behind in the Edwards to Ramsey on the left wing three ball no rebounded by quickly off the Hagens racing up the middle floor comes to the top of the circle to the right side to quickly sakes penetrates off to Montgomery the ball flies out of his hands as he came into the paint and we got a collision down low and Ramsey called for a foul but a movie room see to the point he is the team's leading scorer for Texas tech if he's averaging fifteen a game but in the first half he only got four shots of Chris we're probably looking to put into the situation it will show Gomery hits the free throw for Kentucky he came into the pain and a slap the ball out of his hands Clark checks in for rain CO two quick files so he has three now one more shot coming for Montgomery eighteen thirty nine to play the game and the governor hits tunes been shooting a much better at the line of late approaching the sixty percent mark after being down in the low forties earlier three point Kentucky lead thirty nine thirty six Clark at the high post faces up on the government gives the right side the Holyfield fakes drives on Richard's cut off leads into Richard two blocks the shot takes the ball straight up and down with his arms up in the air very nice the Christian Montgomery across the circle coming to the near side his left this is back to Montgomery feeds a loader Richards baseline hookshot though about about Clark for Texas tech well the middle floor mark is a hundred maready straight away three way off the mark rebounded by Richard the loss that scramble for McGovern digs it out for Kentucky up to Hagens crosscourt Maxie looks over the left corner quickly opened three yes about Thai respectively they were trying to take.

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"mexia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"mexia" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Futures this morning hair reversed their losses and are now trading higher we got the first word breaking news desk for today's morning call here's bill Maloney bill good morning Karen that's right U. S. features have turned green since the last time we spoke on the latest trade headlines Dow futures now up thirty seven points as he's gained five and nasdaq futures climb by ten the west ten year old at one point seven six percent gold is now down for and Hong Kong fell one point six percent overnight markets are also trading lower right now back in the U. S. on the economic front eight thirty Philly fed and initial jobless claims and a ten o'clock leading index an existing home sales that develops night eight power by online coupons save honey for four billion and regarding earnings this morning Macy's cut its forecast and BJ's wholesale cut its sales views in other news trump is expected to sign a bill supporting the Hong Kong protestors and the F. to report that Lewis baking plans to shut down more capital India news LVMH said of offer Tiffany a hundred thirty dollars per share and C. N. B. C. said that Schwab is in talks to buy TD Ameritrade shares are up twenty five percent in the premarket wrapping things up to Kennedy was raised overweight over at Barclays live from the first day back in his desk on the line bill thank you to hear live breaking news of your Bloomberg types walk on your terminal S. Q. U. A. W. K. and that's a Bloomberg business flashed on gun and Lisa and things so much huge news for today and again a liftoff Chinese trade headlines you gone from negative two three up to plus four I don't want to oversell that but nevertheless a left the path you this morning was a C. N. B. C. report of Schwab to take your TD Ameritrade holding corporation and then the path was quick like today and then fox business put a number on it of twenty six billion but John I would be careful here there's no direct comment from either company still right so fun we have any interest in about these two companies both in the same well Tom but getting the money from different places in the fall term TD Ameritrade relying on commissions to the extent that it drew thirty six percent of its net revenue from commissions back in twenty eighteen last yeah yeah seven percent as well show different company very very different and what's amazing here in any mess and nails this in her story for Bloomberg is the chart of the market performance verses the link under performance over the last on the cold eighteen months any massive joins us now from Bloomberg news any this is a deal in progress can you give us any reporting that this transaction will occur or even could occur today sure so our our our younger players are confirming that right now this tire between Shurab at Ameritrade is another development another exciting development I guess in the beleaguered brokerage space it comes on the heels of a wave of announcement last month that Schwab and all of its competitors but move trading commissions zero and I think consolidation is just a fact of life for the industry that spent under such severe price pressure what is it about the likes a TD Ameritrade the you think chance for blocks on a well it was one of the companies that was hardest hit by the escalation of the sea wars last month when all of these different brokerages moves trading commission zero G. Ameritrade got particularly hammered because actually earned thirty six percent of their revenue or earn thirty six percent and they're not revenue last year from connection yeah more than a lot of their competitors so you know speculation was swirling by it would have to do some kind of a deal one zero all idea that really was out there was that maybe they would require each trade but this this potential shot acquisition of TV Ameritrade came as a bit of a surprise what's the shape that this isn't this ideal is going to take say in five years well you would really see a consolidation of the brokerage industry both sh wa than TV in Ameritrade also Sir our I eight clients and how big businesses there so you know you might see both on the independent adviser side and on the individual on your side a more consolidated in one stop shop if these two were to you know pull off a merger in the sink you so much AMS with Bloomberg news this morning we welcome all of you particularly on American Wall Street to what we believe will be an interesting transaction John one thing that's occurred here is on the initial announcement off of CNBC Schwab actually traded down and now trades up there's been a a re evaluation of what would happen here in the media arch questions answer all bringing down the operating income about forty five cents on the dollar forty three cents on the dollar these are profitable businesses at the end of the day what do they do with dreaded synergy given the employment disparity was Schwab and those numbers before Schwab with almost twenty thousand employees and TD Ameritrade about eight nine thousand you just wonder if Josh what things that can make TD Ameritrade a little bit more like them and make them less dependent on commission given mission face have been and what did you get this is my question is this all just cuts how many cuts for you end up with a company that doesn't really make as much money and doesn't really nice jewelry review this we talk to Joe rickets office new book what ten days ago I got out of Nebraska invents TD Ameritrade it was always a sort of like lift over it was always you were than Schwab this is where you trade kind of thing before trying to being you came in honestly I think that going forward the question is what is the model is it going to be all these peripheral functions is it going to be these many bags and then who are the main clients whose and wears a catering to yeah that's really important is any mention there on the R. A. A.'s you what division they go after John I'm sorry I'm curious about FX brokerage in the United Kingdom can you can retell make money what do you do to try yeah you've seen the stats it's terrifically difficult to for retail to make money is what people are day trading affects yeah absolutely yeah select third home twenty one a yen dollar Mexico trading cable chaining Donna Mexia over one hour I mean is it like a three month old three we called it in Africa as in some cases Tom like the same thing like her but Justin effects yeah I just think that that's a London though is in it's not just a great sort of example of what London is about compared to say New York just on the retail side on the retail side yeah interesting you cat is much more interested in under all the growth story than the recite with U. S. retail in America although perhaps shifting that way with US retailers ETFs take on traction because ETFs have become more macro calls and baskets office visual stock trading equity futures segment up as follows this morning.

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"mexia" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:35 min | 3 years ago

"mexia" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"You are listening to America first with Sebastian Gorka former strategist to president Donald J. trump this with me is the best single and Sarah Connor you know how you see it all the time fox news contributor and investigate reporter like no one else has been on the trail of what I call Obama gate since its inception the biggest scandal in American history not a bungled burglary in the hotel complex no we're talking about an inter agency counterintelligence operation to legally spy upon a presidential campaign and then yes hold on to your horses a presidential administration Sarah we have Lee Smith in the studio last week to talk about his incredible new book the plot against the president there are so many that it's such an expansive scandal you can talk about the FISA courts you can talk about the mas kings you can talk about the legal penetration of exploitation of the NSA data by basis by contractors who would all of the rights to even enter those databases you can talk about human assets you can talk about honey traps it's it's true like an awful it's still like a Tom Clancy novel but there's some characters we need to understand the importance of and these include a a shady Maltese individual call myths and a portly academic in the UK called Stephan how but why all these individuals of the mainstream media does not cover importance to understanding what was done to candidate and then president trump because apparently these were the point man for those inside the US intelligence apparatus that we're targeting president trump and federal law enforcement agency like James Coney Andrew McCabe Peter struck and others all these were the point men that they used to be sickly lore members of president trump's campaign overseas circumvent our laws here in the United States and the constitution and the constitution and target them so let's let's you couldn't have a loves a disparity we've got Hillary Clinton accusing war veterans in Congress of being human assets like Tulsi Gabbard but nobody's talking about real human assets being used by James co me director of the FBI under Obama being used by John Brennan Obama's C. I. A. director literally to circumvent the U. S. constitution because they knew that the protections against spying against U. S. citizens here on continental soil would not commit to them to do what they wanted to do so they dangle these individuals out on foreign soil and and what was the result so many attempts to entrap individuals correct with no success pros this crime right well yeah exactly so for process crimes which they deliberately dug for because they had nothing they had absolutely nothing and they needed to get something look Joseph Mister was at Lincoln University has already been associated with western intelligence not Russians not run western intelligence western intelligence services is is basically his attorney has come forward and said look my my client Joseph miss so it was working for western intelligence not for the Russians we have Stefan helper who is an American citizen but was working in Cambridge he was running the Cambridge intelligence seven or think about how many people were linked to Stefan helper George Papadopoulos Carter page a Michael Flynn and others we we can't even imagine the expansive nature of what this man who was directly connected with the CIA whose father in law was out of the chief CI a management level individuals from the Cold War rate Klein that's right and who at a certain period in time with president Carter they believe that he was hired doing pretty much the same thing to spy on card so we know this man has been around for a long time he's a professional at spike being paid we now know these on past by being paid by the FBI through a slush fund in the Pentagon right the office of net assessment it doesn't get to it well is it no it doesn't and here you have the office of net assessment we've seen how much money is gone through roughly around one million dollars just to help just to help with that we know that we know of because there could be slush funds in other places and money going to him from other accounts we do know that Joseph Smith said who is directly connected to George Papadopoulos and who is tally in intelligence by the way Italian intelligence a loud William Barr and join juror who recently visited Italy in their investigation at the justice department to listen into video I mean to audio tapes a myth said basically fearing for his life that's all we know now in the public and we also know that somebody's very afraid because I was in Italy recently and I flew there with Mike Pompeii on his jet and the left went insane why would they do that what are they worried about we'll find out more with Sir cotton Mexia on America first on the Salem radio network from the really factor dot com studios relief factor this incredible product from the.

"mexia" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:49 min | 3 years ago

"mexia" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You are listening to America first with Sebastian Gorka former strategist to president Donald J. trump with me is about to go and do you know who you see it all the time fox news contributor investigative reporter like no one else on the trail of what I call Obama gate since its inception the biggest scandal in American history burglary in the hotel complex no quit talking about an inter agency counterintelligence operation to legally spied upon a presidential campaign and vain yes hold on to your horses a presidential administration Sarah we have Lee Smith in the studio last week to talk about his incredible new book the plots against the president there's so many that it's such an expansive scandal you can talk about the FISA courts you can talk about the mas kings you can talk about the legal penetration of exploitation of the NSA data by bases by contractors who would all of the rights to even enter those databases you can talk about human assets you can talk about honey traps it's it's true like an awful it's still like a Tom Clancy novel but there's some characters we need to understand the importance of band these include a a shady Maltese individual call myths and a portly academic it's in the U. K. called Stephan helper why all these individuals of the mainstream media does not cover importance to understanding what was done to candidate and then president trump because apparently these were the point man for those inside the US intelligence apparatus that we're targeting president trump and federal law enforcement agency like James co me Andrew McCabe Peter struck and others all these were the point men that they use to basically lore members of president trump's campaign overseas circumvent our laws here in the United States and the constitution and the constitution and target them so let's let's you could have a logs disparity we've got Hillary Clinton accusing war veterans in Congress of being human assets like Tulsi Gabbard but nobody's talking about real human as sets being used by James call me director of the FBI under Obama being used by John Brennan Obama's CIA director literally to circumvent the U. S. constitution because they knew that the protections against spying against U. S. citizens here on continental soil would not permit them to do what they wanted to do so they dangle these individuals out on foreign soil and what was the result so many attempts to entrap individuals correct with no success exactly proces crime right well yeah exactly so for process crimes which they deliberately dug for because they had nothing that absolutely nothing and they needed to get something look Joseph Mister was Lincoln University has already been associated with western intelligence not Russians not run western intelligence western intelligence services is is basically his attorney has come forward and said look my my client Joseph miss so it was working for western intelligence not for the Russians we have step on helper who is an American citizen but was working in Cambridge he was running the Cambridge intelligence seven or think about how many people were linked to Stefan helper George Papadopoulos page a Michael Flynn and others we we can't even imagine the expensive nature of what this man who was directly connected with the CIA whose father in law was out of the chiefs C. I. A. management level individuals from the Cold War right Klein that's right and who at a certain period in time with president Carter they believe that he was hired doing pretty much the same thing to spy on Carter so we know this man has been around for a long time he's a professional at spike being paid we now know there's on class by being paid by the FBI through a slush fund in the Pentagon right the office of net assessment it doesn't get to you was it no it doesn't end here you have the office of net assessment we've seen how much money is gone through roughly around one million dollars just to help just to help that we know that we know of because there could be slush funds in other places and money going to him from other accounts we do know that Joseph Smith said who is directly connected to George Papadopoulos and who a tally in intelligence by the way Italian intelligence a loud William Barr and join during who recently visited Italy in their investigation at the justice department to listen into video I mean to audio tapes a myth said basically fearing for his life that's all we know now in the public and we also know that somebody's very afraid because I was in Italy recently and I flew there with Mike Pompeii on his jet and the left went insane why would they do that what are they worried about we'll find out more with her cotton Mexia on America first on the Salem radio network from the really effective dot com studios relief factor this incredible product from the father and son team of concepto but a natural pain relief supplement that attacks pain at the source of information it's ingredients reservoir troll curcumin omega threes have been but over decades in certain cases curcumin over centuries to.