18 Burst results for "South Mississippi"
"south mississippi" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"On and we will get to those. But I also want to give you a heads up on what is going on to the south of us. We have. Yes, it's that time of year, eh? Hurricane which could have an impact on the Carolinas Later on in the week. I hope I pronounced his name correctly from the weather Channel Scott Laura Moore, who is joining us to give us a briefing on what we can expect here in the Carolinas. Just a couple of days from now. Welcome to the broadcast, sir. Hey, Good morning minutes. Place to be with you. Thank you very much. First. Let's talk about where the storm is now. The status of it. Where is it? Where is it expected to make landfall. Yeah. This has been an interesting one. You know, the last several that we've had have impacted the Gulf Coast on the Atlantic side here in 2020 have been fast movers. Oh boy. This one's the opposite. Sally is down in the northeast Gulf of Mexico. It has moved from South Florida, just south of Mobile Bay, and it's taken in about three days to get up there, and it's going to take it another couple of days to get on in one This is physically a large system, so it's already occupying most of the big been area of Florida over the Mobile Bay and South Mississippi will get in on the action later today, So it's a cat one today, So that's some good news yesterday. It flared up yesterday afternoon became a cat to really on satellite. If you if you saw the satellite shot was beautiful. These things are beautiful from space but terrible to live through. And so we're concerned about freshwater flooding. And storm surge flooding because the things moving so slowly going to take it all mid week finally make it on in the South Alabama and that's where we could see some double digit. I'm talking 20 inch rainfalls. We hope most.
"south mississippi" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"And listening or sitting on your couch. Watching us on CBS Sports Network. And if you are watching us on CBS Sports Network is a programming note for you Today or tomorrow at 1 30 Eastern 10 30 Pacific CBS Sports Network gets in on the gridiron at West Point. As the Army Black Knights. Welcome Middle Tennessee. Don't miss college football on the 24 hour home of CBS Sports. CBS Sports. Also CBS Sports Network, I should say, also had a game last night. If you were watching some football on as we mentioned earlier in the show you Abe played center, Arkansas But on CBS Sports Network, the South Alabama Jaguar, our Jaguars bested. South Mississippi Golden Eagles, 32 to 21. So football's here, man. We started our segment our show with a college football and all the craziness that's going on within the different circumstances around different conferences and Now they just came out with a A ruling from the council, one of the council's NCWO councils that spring football We played in a 13 week period of 15 Week period set in no later than April. 17th. Maybe we hit that a little bit later on in the show, but we're late already. Let's get them bouncing out of bounds. Diesel. You're gonna read it for me. Let's do it takes. All right, Let's go. Anything can happen in sports and often does what's right. What's wrong and who's just crazy way decide.
"south mississippi" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"She still had to drive around Tuskegee, Alabama, starving because Father refused to go to a restaurant and get the food out the back like you know, in his full and O'Connell attire. He's not doing that so hopeful that I lean on them because they're so hopeful and because we are seeing things happening that we never believed we'd see in our lifetimes and whether they're symbolic or not, like mask our Confederate flag shot Roger Goodell say, Like We definitely messed up. Any statues Come down thing Mississippi get rid of their flag. You know with it just for people from the South Mississippi has always felt like the last fashion where Laces and is OK and acceptable and part of the everyday life, and I know that probably seems unfair to a lot of Mississippi in but that's sort of what the idea or the perception was right. So for them to so quickly be moved to get rid of that flag because a player refused, you know, Tio Play. All credit goes to Con Hill for doing that. So I'm hopeful because we are seeing things that not only am I ever seen in my 37 years, my parents as well in their sixties the diversity of what the protests are the sustained movement of these protests like I'm very hopeful. I am kind of what we have to be like. That's where we have been. At the people for many, many years, it feels different. It does and the fact that on your show with so many sports coming back, you're choosing to open up your nine o'clock hour by talking about these things. That's why guys like it's things like that. That really mean a lot and I think I think it makes everyone feel like it's different this time. You guys gonna listen to her on the intersection on ESPN Radio watcher on SportsCenter? L as always. We appreciate the time you are absolutely the best, my friend. Thanks for coming on with us. Great stuff from her as always coming up our newest NFL analyst. I mean she's new to the official title, but she's been crushing.
"south mississippi" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"In place and Easter Sunday looked a bit different this year the president delivering a message to the American people we won't be sitting there next to each other which we'd like to be and soon will be again but right now we're keeping separation we're getting rid of the play gets a plague on our country like nobody's ever seen but we're winning the battle we're winning the war president trump marked the holiday with a video message on Twitter pope Francis live stream just scaled down version of Easter Sunday mass because of the corona virus pandemic meanwhile strong storms pounded the Deep South Sunday killing at least six people in south Mississippi and damaging up to three hundred homes and other buildings in northern Louisiana America is listening to fox news one century ago this pandemic vanished with nineteen eighteen infected nations around the world killing millions in the decades since taking the lives of many but none have been quite like one of our is now a global pandemic Broadway will be shut down CNBC spending game played three briefly suspending trading today it is impacted Hollywood is this is like now the lives of people you haven't seen each other in ten days learn how to stay safe we still have a long way to go many more cases will take care of that special pandemics feature five and an exam at the dentist fox nation developing tonight governors whose states are hit hard by the corona virus pandemic are not only looking at wind normal may return to specifically is getting the virus as the spread continues more.
New Orleans braces for Tropical Storm Barry
"Good evening I'm Jim Axelrod late today hurricane watches became more urgent hurricane warnings as evacuations began along the Gulf coast of Louisiana tropical storm Barry could become hurricane Barry before making landfall tomorrow night or Saturday astronauts aboard the space station posted this ominous view of the storm it is now gaining strength in the Gulf this thread is torrential rain as much as two feet in Worland and parts of Mississippi now we're gonna start tonight with Lonnie Quinn chief weathercaster WCBS TV in New York Lonnie what is it looking like for landfall well it's gonna be borderline whether it's our hurricane or not and it's funny we all get tied into we get wrapped up with the wind speed because the wispy dictates whether to hurricane or not it may be a strong top perhaps we'll sort it may be a low grade her her cat one hurricane water makers me a lot of rain associate with this I hear the lease information from the national hurricane center you've got a storm this forty mile per hour winds so just barely a tropical storm for that matter but ninety miles from the south Mississippi River but as it pushes to the west in the ventricles up to the north we think should be making landfall sometime in the late Friday be early Saturday is it a hurricane is a tropical storm we shouldn't be him just tied up into that entirely because it's more the water look at the amount of rain now watch for the white to follow up on the screen here we go by the way is showing you anywhere from Haysbert does in Orleans that's a foot of rain right there now if you take a look at this aeration in black that's one to two feet of rain in this let's make a shift of about fifty miles for that to be right on top of New Orleans big problems there right now even the track of the storm as it pushes off to the west weather makes a landfall whether it doesn't it's gonna be churning and Pushin water on shore those big numbers that I just showed you enough fresh water rain this is now storm surge the combination could be a real problem for the New Orleans area the by you of Louisiana could be in for some tough times I think it's on Friday night into Saturday the first half of the day watch all this
"south mississippi" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul
"Body. And whether or not that is able to because I mean, that's like that's like the first place. It goes it goes into your digestive system and gets into your stomach. And now, we're all these things live and your digestive track. And that's what's like absorbing nutrients in giving them the place to go where they need to go. So if you don't have the right bacteria, you physically can't like, okay what what type of vegetables. Did you start eating like when you went vegan for those four months? What was your diet? Like, it was great. I mean, I wanna fiber a lot of gas. It was perfect to be honest with you like again, I made sure every day. I was eating a certain amount of a certain food, veggie, whatever it was. You almost dot. I almost died die actually at one point. He says he has really nice platform dead right now. And there was at one point he tried to order a crypt. He was going to start sleeping, laying cough it, and I was like dude something about this doesn't seem like the right place talk. Talk like I'm turning into a fucking plant. Are you one of the vegans who who is pressing the vegan movement on the non vegans or do try to educate the ones who are to do the best that they can? Yeah. I'm all about meeting people where they are. You know, like, I okay. So I grew up in a bit of a unique environment. So I grew up obviously eating vegetarian, but I grew up in south Mississippi, and like my both, my parents, one of the reasons why I was raised vegetarian is because both of my parents are or Hindu. So they're from Argentina converted from Catholicism Hinduism crazy. Yeah. This they went from a temple in Argentina. And basically went from Argentina to Brazil Brazil to south Mississippi of all places because they had a temple farm light community down there, and it was literally like a bubble. So inside of that bubble was Cal sanctuary. We had our own garden self-sustaining garden, we had a temple. What's that you're Amish? No, not not not. Like, a horse and wagon still trysofi I mean, it was just like a very like humble place where everybody kind of did their own service and just a faith based community have that big beard like with high again. That's Amish told me he was on. I know I've made mistakes. Sorry. It was more like women wearing saris, and and ornamental Doty's. And like, you know, what you've seen India? Oh that's in south Mississippi. Whoa. Are you still Hindu? Yeah. No way. Oh, I don't think I've ever met. This is the first false. Know, you said Jay on the show into Fischetti second. Jay. Jay J Alvarez. What I learned very young from a Hindu teaching that eating was the way, ready and. Could be the back. See Alvarez being a good Hindu believe it for a second. Dang, man. That's crazy this. Oh, okay. Because when he first said said south, Mississippi, I was thinking while it seems like a place that not a lotta vegans are, but you're saying it was a little tight knit community. Oh, yeah. But it was I mean at that in that community is vegetarian. Okay. Okay. So no meat. No fish, no, eggs, nothing like that. But just they would include dairy products, so dairy that was derived from like the milk from the cows that lived on the farm. So it's something called a hymns of milk. So a hymns is like the concept of compassionate nonviolence. And that's the way that well it used to be the case in India where they would treat the cows with love and respect because they saw it as like almost like a not like they just.
"south mississippi" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"What is troubling is the fact that he seems to have denied that when he was young and stupid, he was young and stupid, or at least that he was young and drunk. He basically denied the fact that there was any possibility that he ever blacked out that he had any sort of frequent habit of drinking to excess. And again, friends of his Republicans have come out in the media and have said, that's not true. I drink with him frequently. I do not believe that his memories of those years are in any way accurate. So I think that you know, calls into question his credibility on a number of issues. Trick. I wanna get into the question of the way in which this nomination fight, and there's not always, but often fight over such nominations the way which fights been waged and the tenor of it during a rally in south Mississippi on Tuesday, President Trump, mocked, Christine, Blasi Ford. That's again the Stanford researcher who accused of. Judge Cavin of having sexually assaulted her when they were both in high school a, here's what Trump had to say about Ford's testimony before the Senate Judiciary committee. How did you get home? I don't remember. How'd you get there? Remember, where is the place? I don't remember how many years ago was it? I don't know. I don't know. What neighborhood was that? I don't know where's the house. Upstairs downstairs where was, but I had one beer. That's the only thing I remem- check Beatty judge Cavanaugh in making his own defense, not only peered before the committee, but also sat for an interview with Fox News. And then this morning wrote an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal. You know, it's notable that both the journal and Fox News.
"south mississippi" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"I'm here in this segment with David Baria who is running for the US Senate from Mississippi. Hi, David. How are you? I'm great. Thanks so much for joining me. Great. So I I know you have a really compelling story about why you I got into politics and I thought maybe we could start there if you could tell our listeners a little bit about your background and why you I got into politics. Well, in terms of background, I grew up in a small community down in the south Mississippi. Just north of pascagoula. The little community was felt asking Salta and I was working people. My my grandparents were working folks as well with, you know, limited education. Nobody can that group of adults in my life that ever graduated from college, and I went to southern Mississippi and got a degree, and then I went on to miss law school. Got a law degree, met my wife there, my future wife and we moved to Jackson Mississippi and began practicing all and raising our family. We had three children under three at one time, and we will work. A lot as our children got older, they, we're in Jackson public schools, and we were big proponents of public education in Mississippi, and I began talking much about moving back to the Gulf Coast. There's something about the salt water just sort of beckons to boy who grew up down that way. And it took me quite a few years, but I finally talked her into it and the deal was that she got to choose the place that we live. So instead of moving back to my home county, we moved to accounting to the west Hancock county in a little town called base. Ain't Lewis, which is about forty miles east of New Orleans, Louisiana, and we had a great place down there. We have old house that was built in eighteen seventy and we we were right on go Mexico and for about seventeen months. All was really wonderful. And then Hurricane Katrina rolled through in August of two thousand five and wipe us out, took our home everything we owned as. I did with a lot of my neighbors and my law office down on mainstream. Basically Lewis went underwater. And so you know, we were like everyone else don't along the Mississippi Gulf Coast just trying to recover and about a month after that, my son was became very ill and we didn't know exactly what the problem was. He was hospitalized and he spent several days comatose at the University Medical Center in Jackson Mississippi, and then see that. And we didn't learn until afterwards that he had rabies. She was the only person in the United States today of that disease in two thousand five and the first person to die from rabies in Mississippi since nineteen forty, seven. It's virtually unheard of these days, but in the aftermath of those two big life changing events, my wife and I decided that we were going to rededicate our lives to what. It was important to us, and my wife was really involved in making our county greener in rebuilding, and you know, sustainable and using green technology and that sort of thing. And she formed a nonprofit that focused on that and recycling making Greenaway's. And she raise money to buy planters and planted lots of flowers around downtown basing Lewis. And so that's sort of the past she took in the past. I chose to take was to get involved in politics and run for office and represent my community through this rebuilding effort. And so in two thousand seven Iran for the Mississippi Senate, and I ran against a person whose family founded the county and he had thousands and thousands of relatives, and he was a sixteen year incumbent, and there were two barriers in the county, not life, and so it was a real long shot. But I ended up. Winning star four years in the Senate, and then ran for the house of representatives in two thousand eleven was elected, and then ran again in two thousand fifteen and was elected once again and they district that votes about seventy five percent Republican. So that's sort of my back stories. And that leads us to where I am today and your is still currently in the the house of representatives right now, and you're the minority caucus leader. The house of representatives in Mississippi is still overwhelmingly Republican to find that you're able to have an impact to to make things work, what it what does that look like right now for you?.
"south mississippi" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"This is our american stories and we're continuing our conversation with charlie spellers author of confessions of an undercover agent adventures close calls and the toll of a double life now let's get straight to one of the best stories in the book and it's about a woman and a woman very close to you talk about her smile undercover partner with mississippi bureau of narcotics neil sheehan worked together under covering jackson pretended to be mississippi pretended to be a couple infiltrate heroin trafficking rings when we were finished i went down to the gulf coast and started grabbing a taxicab in as a cover campbell trait range down that way she went to south mississippi while she was in south mississippi in agent in north mississippi sarah to come and join him to do a heroin by bust a four ounces of heroin so sarah drove up to columbus mississippi met the agent and they drug dealer had the heroin dealer told agent book drive outside of columbus on this narrow two lane rogue drive about twelve or fifteen miles until you see my car parked on the shoulder of the road and when you see my car you park on the other shoulder of the road and we'll do the deal in the middle of the road and don't worry don't worry there are no houses round hardly anyone uses the road in level there for a mile or two in both directions if anybody other cars on the road we'll see them in plenty of time you know so it's like being on.
"south mississippi" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio
"This is our american stories and we're continuing our conversation with charlie spillers author of confessions of an undercover agent adventures close calls and the toll of a double life now let's get straight to one of the best stories in the book and it's about a woman and a woman very close to you talk about her smile undercover partner with mississippi bureau of narcotic seren neil sheehan i worked together under covering jackson mississippi pretended to be a couple infiltrate heroin trafficking rings when we were finished i went down to the gulf coast and started grabbing a taxi cab and as a cover campbell trait the range down that way she went to shelf mississippi she was in south mississippi and agent in north mississippi as sarah to come and join him do a heroin by bus four ounces of heroin so sarah grove up to columbus mississippi met the agent and they drug dealer had told the heroin dealer told agent book drive outside of columbus on this narrow two lane road drive about twelve or fifteen miles until you see my car parked on the shoulder of the road and when you see my car you park on the other shoulder of the road and we'll do the deal in the middle of the road and don't worry don't worry there are no houses around hardly anyone uses the road in this level therefore a mile or two in both directions if anybody other cars on the road we'll see them in plenty of.
"south mississippi" Discussed on Hot Talk 1080 KOAN
"And she took a shower and when she did she took a gun to the shower with her and headed in their valley she gotten bad maybe about two in the morning were that happened to you would you go off right to continue sleeping well she didn't either she talked in she turned and finally maybe a half an hour before daylight she finally fell into an exhausted sleep and at daylight the phone next to the bed rang and woke her up it was an agent at the hostel she called in lithuania was and agents have sarah i've been being here awake all night can you come relieve me share neil guide up after a half hour sleep as she got dressed but the only coach she had were though she award the day before because she thought she was going to be back in south mississippi then so she put on jeans that were had blood all over a blouse with blood all over yet and a jacket or blood all over and she drove back to the hospital sara neil stay at the hospital all day oftentimes fighting to stay awake that night around eight o'clock or so she finally left driving back to columbus to south mississippi user two hundred ten miles four hour drive on the back roads and the whole way whole way she fought to stay awake at the wheel still wearing those bloody you know what she did the next morning next morning she got up and went back to work as an mbna kitchen she later received an award from parade magazine which you should be poplar supplement sunday papers award is one of the outstanding federal state law and local law enforcement agency in the nation they flew her out to an awards ceremony in los angeles but i love that story i love that story because many people didn't know about it at the time and they certainly didn't know about the details and i love that story because to me that story is about the people we have in law enforcement today the men and women and federal state and law enforcement today that courage that dedication that's exemplified by sharing neil and.
"south mississippi" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"And she took a shower and when she did she took her gun to the shower with her and headed in their valley she gun bed maybe about two in the morning well that happened to you would you go off right to continue sleep well she didn't either she talked in she turned and finally maybe a half an hour before they lied she finally fell into an exhausted sleep and at daylight the phone next to the bed rang and woke her up it was an agent at the hospital she called in lift were where she was and agents if there i've been here awake all night can you come relieve me and share neo guida after a half hour sleep as she got dressed but now only coach she had were though she award the day before because she thought she was going to be back in south mississippi then so she put on jeans that were had blood all over him a blouse with blood all over yet and a jacket or blood all over and she drove back to the hospital share neo state hospital all day often champs fighting to stay awake that night around eight o'clock or so she finally left driving back to columbus to south mississippi two hundred ten miles four hour drive on the back roads and the whole way whole way she fought to stay awake at the wheel still wearing those bloody clothes you know what she did the next morning next morning she got up and went back to work as an indian agent she later received an award from parade magazine which used to be the poplar supplement sunday papers award is one of the tnn outstanding federal state law and local law enforcement agents in the nation they flew out to an award ceremony in los angeles but i love that story i love that story because many people didn't know about it at the time and they certainly didn't know about the details and i love that story because to me that story is about the people we have in law enforcement today the man and women and federal state and law enforcement today that courage that dedication that's exemplified share new and jerry gavin mastercard folks we have serving us today and.
"south mississippi" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"And another person named logan solve the guy berating the cashier because of the fact he didn't feel like it had enough peaches in it so he stepped in to try to stop it but the crazy guy that was complaining about the peach cobbler man grabbed a gun from his truck and started shooting a while over cobbler over cobbler this is the good samaritan that tried to step in take a listen to start cuzner out on the counter i looked over at her house like the yangon everybody that goes to the store noses store knows these women you don't you don't i mean that's dish bank from always going to do is arguing over so pages you want to shoot at me over some pages run over the car and shot again was that dumpster one hundred percent yes ma'am and this is ridiculous he's he's let's go hand in hand when he started now counter i love so real so real just for that for those of you you me over peaches for up north we call any soft drink a coke yeah you yeah it's a pop we're going but it probably was like really a coke i said it down on the counter let's go with him hands great thing led to another y'all have a bunch of cobblers laying out the you peach or you d you go blackberry or blueberry or apple apple mass my first reach i liked the berries i'll blackberry blueberry all day i'm with you i'm not gonna turn peach down don't get me wrong but i'm going apple probably bury then pizza i'm apple to especially deep this no what were the deep dish oh little ice cream mona streams pretty good too it is that was in red banks mississippi mars that ashby red banks mississippi i'm having to look at it right now for some reason i don't know it's on the banks we do then we'll discuss your from mississippi i'll probably should not really no you should not in south mississippi you don't you know oh i don't know where oh that's extreme northwest mississippi it looks like those hands above oxford he was drunk okay everybody's which one really i haven't had never mississippi i love that guy going peaches pages serious pay people are crazy out there you don't ever know who.
"south mississippi" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Remember a couple of weeks ago when mississippi's governor shut down a whole bunch of bridges in the state yeah whether you know it or not that that is that is ongoing supervisors in two counties actually filed a lawsuit last week against the governor saying he has overstepped his authority by ordering the closure of those it's more than a hundred bridges across the state now the bridges he closed are locally maintained he issued the executive order what which said they were structurally unsafe now the lawsuit against the governor was filed by supervisors from jasper and smith counties both of those are in south mississippi and says the alleged conditions of the bridges on the county roads do not constitute a state of emergency or state of disaster so as to suspend the constitutional jurisdiction of the board of supervisors of said counties the governor pretty much immediately responded brian said independent inspectors found the bridges are unsafe i refuse to sit by idly and risk the loss of life he said yeah had the county's done their job i would not have to be exercising my dorothy which will protect the very people who elected these supervisors this was all roughly after a about two weeks after the mississippi legislators ended their three month session without agreed on some sort of a longterm plan to put more money into improving the highways and the bridges i guess the governor said all right you wanna play that game enough's enough he said he'll call lawmakers back into special session if the house and senate leaders can agree on some sort of a funding plan so that's a big chunk of what's going on there and mississippi's they've kinda got a urinating match going on between the governor and the legislature in the state who failed essentially to do their job did i see that corrective they only work three months out of the year they were in section for ninety days well okay i'll get back to your calls here just ahead plenty of room for you on a monday our number's eight eight eight six zero eightyseven eightyfive it is america's trucking network.
"south mississippi" Discussed on Dear Hank and John
"Anyway to my chagrin john green the realtor is not a south mississippi in but got a south tennessean come on john somebody whose grandmother is from tennessee i should've known better i should have done better not since the disaster of benjamin harrison have i so disgraced my family i apologize thank you mark for the correction and thanks for listening from south mississippi well what a disaster john you big liar it is so that's basically very like memphis is close to north mississippi i believe that is correct but not going to stake my entire future on it it appears that john green the realtor is representing some very nice homes really yeah this one's you know cole your ville tennessee five hundred and fifty thousand dollars four bedrooms two baths and that is right on the mississippi tennessee border color was yeah yeah yeah i was close not i mean i do have to say john that like i like i don't wanna judge john green by by looks oh this is a nice home but i think that he's probably retiring soon so i might be able to make a play like i wouldn't be surprised if that guy might not be a real turn five years okay well i mean i don't know he's already he's got a thing called my john green dot com he's got he's got a lot of stuff going on his side i don't wanna get in the way of it it used to have an animated jif of shamrock slowly rotating that this website has made some huge progress in the eighteen years that i've been tracking it.
"south mississippi" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"A half hour sleep and she got dressed but the only coal she had were doshi aboard the day before because she thought she was to be back a shout mississippi that so she put on genes that were had blood all over them abiout with bore all over here in a jacket bourne however is she go back to the hospital hear neil state hospital all day often temps fighting to stay awake that night around eight o'clock her so she finally left thrive in back to colombo to our south mississippi gives a two hundred ten miles a four hour drive on the back roads and the whole way whole way she fought to stay awake at the wheel steel wearing the bloody clothes you know what she did the next morning next morning she got up and went back to work as the nimby and aging he later received an award from parade magazine which she should lead the popular supplement sunday papers award is one of the ten outstanding federal state malone and local law enforcement agents in the nation they floor out an award ceremony in los angeles but i love that story i love that story because many people didn't know about it's time and they certainly didn't know about the details and i love that story because to me that story is about the people we have in law enforcement today the men and women in federal state and law enforcement today that courage that dedication that's exemplified by share neil injure yemen ashikaga folks we have serving us today and when we come back more from charlie spillers his terrific book confessions of an undercover agent adventures close calls and the toll of a double life why did you buy an amtrak ticket most americans are probably thinking what are you talking about i never right amtrak what if i told you that no you really did buy a ticket someone swipes her card and charged on your behalf charge these in a mess but these guys have been swipe at it since the seventies okay okay okay before you freak out it's not your fault it didn't show up on your statement it showed up on your tax bill you see and 19th 70 our.
"south mississippi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Authorities have confirmed the death of a seventy year a woman who was fleeing a massive southern california wildfire the ventura county medical examiner says she was killed in a car crash along and evacuation routes across the border malevanny president trump was in pensacola florida for a rally comes only days before embattled gop candidate senate candidate roy more squares off against democrat doug jones in alabama special election next week trump kicked off the rally by talking up what he's promised americans for christmas saturday your house hopefully very shortly will have those approvals those hands will go up and you're going to be paying a lot less tax so congratulations part to south mississippi and southeast louisiana have recorded one of their heaviest snowfalls six inches are more recorded the crosouth with mississippi i'm martin and i'm charlie pellett at bloomberg world headquarters a record day for both the dow jones industrial average and the sp 500 index for the week the sp 500 index advance threetenths of one percent the latest jobs report bolstered optimism in the us economy as for where it leaves the federal reserve lizanne saunders is chief investment strategist at charles schwab we do thank actually they are probably raise rates consistent with their doubts plot their forecasts which is probably 3 hake sex share the market is still below that we think one of the chefs relative to the past two years is that the market may be forced to move up its expectations versus the fed having to bring down its expectations lowell euros head of multiasset solutions for t rowe price you know we see a quarterpoint hike next week ends near three hikes in two thousand and eighteen so yeah i don't think it's going to have a meaningful effect particularly on uh what's expected and also to that element we don't really see it at a meeting lee affect on the long into the career and rick readers chief investment officer at black rock financial management and we think are going to be low interest rates for a long time but can ten years move up to fifty to seventy five you i would think they're going to go there the dynamic around in a one.
"south mississippi" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"And she got dressed but only kohl she had were doshi aboard the day before because she thought she was going to be back a shout mississippi then so she put own genes that were had blood all over him abiout with bore all over here in a jacket bourne however is she drove at a hospital here neil state hospital all day often temps fighting to stay awake that night around eight o'clock her so she finally left drive in back to colombo to uh south mississippi gives a two hundred ten miles a four hour drive on the back roads and the whole way whole way she fought to stay awake at the wheel still wearing those bloody clothes you know what she did the next morning next morning she got up and went back to work as the nimby and aged he later received an award from parade magazine which you should lead the popular supplement sunday papers award is one of the ten outstanding federal state more on and local law enforcement agents in the nation they floor out an award ceremony in los angeles but i love that story love that story because many people didn't know about it's time and they certainly didn't know about the details and i love that story because to me that story is about the people we have in law enforcement today the men and women in federal state.