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"sue carpenter" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"sue carpenter" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"West Ham. Marine Shepherd Our top story at five o'clock, the House sponsor of a bill to regulate vaping flavors and raise Florida's tobacco wage, says she's disappointed with Governor Dissatisfied Ito. Tampa State representative Jackie Toledo's does flavored e cigarettes aren't necessary if they're really meant for adult smokers trying to quit. You don't need con candy flavors or all these. You know, sweet flavors to intends you to go into baking, hear more from Jackie Toledo and are beyond that He was podcast on the I Heart radio app. Gordon Byrd. NewsRadio w F L A. Looks like Joe Biden will be in Florida next Tuesday. Vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris will be in the Miami area tomorrow. The Times now says Biden is scheduled to visit somewhere, but no word yet on exactly where he'll be. Polls are indicating a tightening race between Biden and President Trump, with one poll showing the two deadlocked at 48%. Let's kick off time for high school sports in the Tampa Bay area in Pinellas County. Some varsity and J V football team start their season tomorrow, others on Friday district's athletic director Al Bennett, says attendance will be limited to 25% of the stadium's capacity. Tickets will be sold through go fan dot com. Masks and social distancing will be required tells news Channel eight. However, there will be no fans at volleyball games through September 18 Advisory committee. Iron Mint football games will be streamed live through the NF HHS network. ST. Petersburg police are looking for a hit and run driver who struck and killed a woman who was sleeping last night at a Wells Fargo drive. Thru on fifth Street south victim has been identified as 61 year old Cindy Sue Carpenter. Police say the truck a late seventies Chevy was found abandoned. In the area of Ninth Avenue and 11th Street South. I'm Reid Shepherd News Radio Wofl, a stock market made a comeback. After three days of losses. The Dow climbed 440 points 1.6%, the S and P. Added 2%. The NASDAQ gained 2.7% investors were snapping up major tech companies beaten down during the selloff. Microsoft, Apple and Amazon all had strong gains. Mixed news on the labor front. New data shows The number of job postings in the U..

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"sue carpenter" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"sue carpenter" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Aside, No. Three innocent lives were taken. No God knew he needed angels. That's what it wass is this hard out here right now. You need help fighting this battle man. It's looking for reason, all saying news channel Lane says the Hillsboro Metropolitan Planning Organization is studying the roadway. One finding about Sheldon more than 70% of Serious accidents take place during non peak commuter hours. Hillsborough County School District needs more school buildings, especially in the southern part of the county and quickly Superintendent Addison Davis says there's an urgent need for five in the next five years and 31 new buildings in the next 15 years to keep up with population growth. Davis is telling the county commission he wants to get a group of community leaders together to work things out. I think that everyone being at the table available due to problem, solve decision making and really work in concert to be able to discuss what we can and cannot accomplish. Couple of commissioners were skeptical, however, the Davis will ask for infrastructure dollars for transportation. Something they say The county doesn't have. ST Petersburg police looking for a hit and run driver who is struck and killed a woman who was sleeping last nights at a Wells Fargo drive. Thru on fifth Street, South Victim has been identified as 61 year old Cindy Sue Carpenter. Police say the truck, the Lateseventies Chevy was found abandoned in the area of Ninth Avenue and 11th Street South. I'm Reid Shepherd News, radio W F L A Hi, guys. It's me. It's not a prize for personality on Lisa Brady Fox News that sentiment from a Norwegian law maker who's nominating President Trump a second time for a Nobel Prize. Fox's John Decker live at the White House President Trump reacting exclusively with Fox News radio to his nomination for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize, just weeks after helping to broker peace between Israel And the United Arab Emirates. Well, I just think it's a great thing for our country and shows that we're trying to make peace, not war. All the time. We've had a lot of wars were pulling. Our soldiers are great military people out of a lot of areas. President's peace efforts in the Middle East and with North Korea were both cited by Christian Ty Bring Jetty, a member of the Norwegian parliament in his Nobel.

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"sue carpenter" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"sue carpenter" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"As claimants should start seeing money from the federal Lost Wages Assistance Program as early as next week. My conversations with the Department of Economic Opportunity there's trying to set expectations that likely next week so by the end of next week Those were eligible should see the funds eligible Floridians will receive three weeks of the additional benefits ST. Petersburg police looking for a hit and run driver who struck and killed a woman who was sleeping last night, not a Wells Fargo drive. Thru on fifth Street, South Victim's been identified a 61 year old Cindy Sue Carpenter. Police say the truck, the Lateseventies Chevy was found abandoned in the area of Ninth Avenue and 11 Street south. Four people have been arrested after two separate assaults on two brothers and a Clearwater Beach parking garage. Anthony to Camp tells News Channel eight He and his brother, Robert Gillis, were headed back to their car when the camp says he was jumped by a group of men. I'm in disbelief. Um You know with my brother and I would never think that we would be the ones that you know would be targeted because we do see this kind of thing on social media all the time. Gillis ran for help, only to be attacked by a second group. Three men and a woman have been charged in that incident. Police are still looking for the people involved in the first attack on the camp traffic experts in Hillsborough County. You're taking a long look at Sheldon Road after three people were killed early Tuesday morning. At the line bought Avenue Intersection in West Chase. Turns out Sheldon is one of the most dangerous highways in the county with more than 900 crashes between Hillsboro Avenue and Waters Avenue this year. Hillsborough Metropolitan Planning Organization is studying the roadway. I'm Reid Shepherd news radio. Dr sharply higher, putting the brakes on a vicious sell off that took the NASDAQ down 10% in three sessions. The Dow Jones industrial.

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"sue carpenter" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"sue carpenter" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Now, with widespread unemployment, food and security is on the rise. But you know what? So is the number of Americans stepping up to help. Sue Carpenter has more Deborah Bender lives in Edmonds, Washington north of Seattle. It's a mixed community of retirees, Immigrants, families, There is a fairly large segment that you know, are feeling the hardship of not enough food. So in May, Bender set up a little free pantry. Think little free library only instead of books. There are box goods noodles. Sauce is all of it is donated by community members and used by passers by in need. Jessica McLaren started the grassroots movement four years ago to help combat food and security in her home state of Arkansas. It's kind of the many pantries moment By her count, there are at least 1100 little free pantries across the country. Set up and maintained by individuals. About 1/3 of them have opened since the pandemic In 2016. She noticed more little free libraries in her neighborhood and thought anything might go inside the fact that even they often look like kitchen cabinets. She built a wooden box, set it up outside her church and stocked it with groceries. Now many little free library stewards are also adding pantry items. McLaren sanitizes the pantry daily and re stocks it a couple times a week. I'm still Amazed that three times out of four when I drive by there's food in it that I didn't put there. The card rarely sees who's using it, which is by design. Anyone can stop by and take what they need. When no one's looking But on a recent visit, both of the folks who visited were women with young kids that tracks with new data from the Brookings Institution. In late April. Economics fellow Lauren Bauer surveyed family's almost one in five mothers with a child aged 12 and under said that their Children were not getting enough to eat and they didn't have enough money to buy any more food, Bauer says now household food and security among Children has almost quadrupled since 2018. In Los.

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"sue carpenter" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"sue carpenter" Discussed on KCRW

"Nanette Burstein Hillary is a portrait of Hillary Rodham Clinton featuring interviews and footage from the twenty sixteen presidential campaign Hillary is any eligible and now streaming only on Hulu it's seven fifty one in case you're not half a million Americans have turned to obamacare during the pandemic so why does the trump administration want the Supreme Court to strike it down marketplace morning report is supported by C. three dot ani C. three dot A. I. software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable business problems learn more at C. three dot ani from market place in New York I'm sorry venture in for David Brancaccio the trump administration is asking the Supreme Court to throw out the entire affordable Care Act the whole thing market place's Nova salvo is here with more forest Nova high the Supreme Court previously ruled that obamacare is constitutional so what is the trump administration's argument now for getting rid of it well the argument goes back to that original Supreme Court decision which found that obamacare was constitutional because it was a tax people had to have coverage or pay a penalty the so called individual mandate well in twenty seventeen when the Republican controlled Congress passed tax cuts it effectively got rid of the individual mandate by setting the penalty for not having health insurance at zero percent the argument now is that since there is no penalty than the ACA is no longer a tax on the whole law is invalid the justice department filed a brief with the Supreme Court yesterday making that argument so what happens if that argument prevails at the Supreme Court well the decision likely won't come until next year but if there's a repeal it would have a lot of ripple effects for one there are more than twenty million Americans insured today under the affordable Care Act there's also implications for the health care industry I spoke this morning with Cynthia **** you conduct economic and policy research on the ACA at the Kaiser family foundation overturning the ACA without a replacement plan in place would send to the healthcare system into complete chaos in the midst of an unprecedented pandemic an economic downturn hospitals doctors insurance companies pharmaceutical companies everyone's going to have to completely rethink how they do their business so by one estimate at hospitals and medical providers could lose fifty billion dollars when insured people become uninsured and another estimates as one million people could lose their jobs market place never suffer thank you just under forty thousand new cases of corona virus were reported in the U. S. yesterday that is a new record some businesses are shutting down again Texas governor Greg Abbott issued an executive order this morning closing all bars and limiting outdoor gatherings from Boston market place's annual reports on how businesses and consumers are navigating among Texans who've been tested for cover nineteen in the past week about one out of ten habit Maryland Feltner teaches public health the university of Texas at Austin as you look at the trends and then you look at our openings you can see some patterns there and they're not surprising since may the governor has gradually pulled back social distancing requirements she says each time Texas sees an uptick in cases right now most businesses can operate at fifty percent capacity but rules vary by city depending on where you are in Texas you might be required to wear a mask which leads to confusion among consumers and business owners Justin Yancy is president of the Texas business leadership council businesses need to be able to get back up and we're not going to be able to unless business owners and then every Texan take seriously the fact that this isn't so in some ways in our own hands the governor said yesterday quote the last thing we want to do is a state is go backwards and close down businesses but he may have to do just that if the trend continues and code nineteen keep spreading in Austin I'm a dealer for marketplace let's take a look at the numbers this morning the Dow Jones industrial average is down six hundred and three points that is two point three percent the S. and P. five hundred is down two percent the nasdaq is down two point two percent Microsoft announced this morning it's permanently closing all of its physical retail stores the tech giant didn't give a specific reason but said it was part of a strategic change in retail operations and a shift to its online store no word yet on how staff will be affected if the company expects layoffs markets Microsoft's retail stores have been temporarily closed since March because of coronavirus Microsoft stock is down two point three five percent marketplace morning report is supported by your part time controller specializing in accounting for nonprofit organizations working at your office or remotely your part time controller can help with all of your accounting needs more at Y. 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C. dot com big weddings are not exactly an option this summer Cup some couples are okay with zoom weddings others are not and some are just saying forget the ceremony let's just elope sue carpenter has more on love in a time of corona Emily Hopkins and Ryan roar got married June twelfth like a lot of engaged couples this year we're gonna have a semi big S. wedding so around a hundred people at a winery as the corona virus crisis worsened in April the Los Gatos California couple decided to do a smaller ceremony instead with my family living in Arizona then things kind of starting to open up we thought it might we might have an option to do it there and just do it in their backyard they did something called a planned elopement a more intimate ceremony usually performed in a natural setting with a handful of attendees the nature of elopement is evolving what used to mean a wedding held in secret often at a government building now encompasses small planned events Hopkins had considered a civil ceremony at San Francisco city hall but it wasn't available many government offices that perform weddings are backlogged because of code nineteen Janessa Williams is co founder of the Boise Idaho company simply eloped hello folks that had a large wedding planned that are reaching out to us they're looking to get it done pretty fast couples want to get married quickly as states ease up on stay at home orders knowing restrictions could be put back in place if the pandemic worsens people are really taking advantage of these markets opening up and and just jumping on it for fear of the unknown in the future there is a financial advantage to elopement according to the wedding website the knot dot com the average wedding in two thousand nineteen costs thirty four.

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"sue carpenter" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"sue carpenter" Discussed on KCRW

"Can stay viable on the surface or whether it could be spread through money money can be cleaned by exposure to UV light or high temperatures marketplace morning report is supported by T. Rowe price offering a strategic investing approach that examines investment opportunities first hand institutions advisors employers and individuals choose T. Rowe price T. Rowe price invest with confidence M. via Laoghaire businesses of all sizes choose add a layer to simplify their sales tax compliance with real time rates an automatic filing learn more at a Larry dot com have a layer of tax compliance done right remember the three R's reduce reuse recycle well we haven't been doing so great at one of those ours recycling when it comes to plastics the environmental protection agency says just eight point four percent of plastics were recycled in twenty seventeen and that was before China stop taking US plastic waste so some stores are leaning on one of the other ours the forgotten reviews they are focusing on refillable products in reusable containers sue carpenter reports Nelly del Rosario has seen the videos that show animal stomachs full of plastic we humans have thrown away that motivated me so much so I was like okay I'm done less than zero waste that's like my pursuit right now these days del Rosario does is much shopping as possible at refill stations shops like no talks life in Los Angeles it sells beauty products in home cleaning supplies and little or no packaging instead of buying items in plastic throwaways customers bring their own.

"sue carpenter" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"sue carpenter" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"Markets are quite steady in the face of the political turmoil. I'm David Brancaccio New York while the stock market hit some new highs earlier this week there was not much movement yesterday or this morning. So far this drama playing out in Washington yet the market signals may why the disconnect one one theory is that what seems an inevitable outcome in the Senate has already been priced in by the market. There's also historical data showing that in past impeachment and the Nixon near impeachment impeachment markets. took their cues from the state of the economy. Not so much politics. That's a theory that Karen Petru believes. She's managing partner at federal financial analytics based in Washington. Interest rates are low and have been since the great recession meaning stocks. Keep looking pretty good too. Many virtually no choice. Obviously so you can go into bombs. But as the high risk markets the leverage lending market. Show you're taking a lot of risk for very little spread based based on that risk compared even to a low return treasury so people are in equities because fundamentally market dynamics are that investors need to make money some some of them day traders retail investors want to make money some of them have to make money because pension funds insurance companies the huge institutional Houston investors. That really drive. The market will not meet their obligations so here we are looking at Capitol Hill for guidance but maybe we should look at Twentieth Street northwest and Constitution Avenue. where the Fed is located in Washington? Absolutely I would look at that. Towering Granite Edifice Try to cure into the interstices of the boardroom. Because that's driving the market defense. Frankly doesn't want to. It's not comfortable but it is pointing the markets and it's supporting the markets. We saw that just last December. The Fed thought about raising rates spooked the market the feds at oops never mind. That's the classic Greenspan equity put and it's still in place ever more. So because of ultra low interest rates driving the markets. It gets bad knows it Karen. Petro is at federal financial analytics in Washington. Karen always good to talk to you. Thank you David. A real pleasure. There is is another vote in the House of Representatives today on the Nafta the US Mexico. Canada agreement unlike the drama last night. This is expected to pass with bipartisan support. Here's here's marketplace's Andy Euler. The International Trade Commission projected marginal economic benefits from the deal so the biggest impact. If and when it's finally passed in the law might be an into into uncertainty the American business community and agricultural community are going to breathe a sigh of relief. Here Jon Murphy is Vice President of International Policy The US Chamber of Commerce Mars. They'll be a sense of certainty. Restored the headline grabber is the USMC's requirement that more of an automobile parts have to be made in North America to be exempt from tariffs ariffs. Seventy five percent up from about sixty two and Christine mcdaniel at George Mason University points out. We signed Nafta in the mid nineteen nineties so the new agreement provides some some necessary. Updating around online commerce the digital trae chapter is a huge bright spot. She says the. US treats digital trade the same way we do trading of tangible double goods and services this digital trae chapter is a great platform to use future deals. They'll mcdaniels. It'll be tougher to get a country like China to sign into something like this this because its economy still isn't as open as our neighbors. I Made Healer for Marketplace Uber has settled with the government for permitting a quote culture sure of sexual harassment and retaliation to use the words of the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission. Uber will set up a four point. Four Million Dollar Compensation Fund for current current and former employees. There will also be three years of outside monitoring of the company's behavior the marketplace helps. You answer questions you've always wondered about and now that includes finding out more about how and why we do what we do every day come a marketplace investors vested today and you'll get exclusive access to a series of Virtual Ama's featuring molly would need a brancaccio. Don't miss out on our twenty twenty. Ask Me Anything. Series contribute sixty dollars or sign up to donate five dollars a month at the marketplace dot com. Thank you this week. Package Delivery Company Fedex was blunt about its quarterly results. The chief financial officer. They're called all the drop in profits quote horrific the trade war hurt but so did the cost of its weekend delivery services and it's battling innovations one small but interesting one on this holiday season electric scooters towing six foot trailers full of packages. Here's reporter sue carpenter. The delivery services industry is starting to think small small as in getting away from big delivery trucks and finding more compact nimble vehicles. Like this scooter. To get around. Peterlee is the pope founder of Irby. It makes battery powered scooters that. Fold up when they're not being used and now it's got a tow hitch for a trailer that can haul three hundred fifty pounds and then collapsed to the the size of a carry on bag. Some of them will be deployed directly from the warehouse. Some of them were deployed from the truck. Amazon is using this Irby's system in New York City and so as ups in Los Angeles. That couldn't be a more welcome development. SALITA Reynolds is general manager of the L. A. Department of Transportation. She says downtown. La Streets don't have a lot of space space so in delivery trucks double park. They blocked cars and bicycle lanes creating traffic and safety issues in La Scooters are supposed to ride on the bike lane where available. Aw why Matata is deputy director of UCLA's Institute of Transportation Studies smaller. Those vehicles are if they're able to use bike lanes park mark in an a sidewalk or in a corner of an alley that allows a lot more flexibility than a big truck on the curb the move to electric scooters comes as the US parcel delivery service industry is growing in two thousand nineteen ibis world says increased five percent to one hundred nine billion dollars colors and many of those services are looking for different ways to get around but will that just mean more congestion on sidewalks and bike lanes ally Akira. Kaufman is Executive Active Director of the nonprofit. La County Bicycle Coalition. But they're just used to be a higher level respect from all deliveries. So whether it's on a scooter on a bike or van car you're that lane needs to be respected as a free flowing space and those free flowing spaces keep expanding Amazon has talked about using drones for deliveries. He's and ups already uses mobiles for a strong carriages even Gondolas in certain markets in Los Angeles. I'm sue carpenter for marketplace. I'm David Brancaccio. You're listening to the marketplace morning report from A._P._M.. American public media..

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"sue carpenter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"sue carpenter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Market place marketplace morning report is supported by the candy to fund working to advance individual dignity and sustainable communities through investments and transformative leaders and ideas learn more K. E. N. D. find and by little passports holiday gift for curious kids with the subscription kids get a package each month designed to inspire their curiosity in the world little passports dot com slash radio Volkswagen plans to launch seventy models of electric vehicles in the next nine years another manufactures are working to move electrics from boutique to mainstream sue carpenter reports Porsche tie con Ford Mustang Maki Tesla's cyber truck many automakers are pushing Edie's into new market categories hoping to mainstream emissions free driving the futures electric there's no doubt about that consumers president of Porsche cars North America the German automaker is bringing its very first all electric sports car to market before the end of the year with a starting price of one hundred fifty three grand the boatswain acceleration of zero to sixty miles per hour in just three seconds we need to deliver the right products that convince people that they are also ready for the V. future it's a work in progress nine years after the Nissan leaf and Chevy volt ushered in a new era of plug in personal transportation Evey sales are still anemic Kelley blue book predicts that only one and a half percent of the seventeen million passenger cars sold in the US this year will be electric even by twenty twenty five it projects that just five percent of new car sales will have plugs for accuracy one model hit it going to change the whole Evey market Carl Brower is executive publisher of Kelly blue book we're gonna see this long overtime chipping away.

"sue carpenter" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"sue carpenter" Discussed on KCRW

"Out on the highway baby boomers had been the born to be wild generation but aging out of motorcycling now a story from reporters who carpenter on how the motorcycle industry is focusing on younger women there are theories started riding motorcycles five years ago Alex looked around as a passenger for awhile and then I was just like now I gotta get out front fury is thirty and part of the fastest growing group of motorcycle riders in the US millennial women just like the most freeing exhilarating amazing feeling in the world thanks to writers like Fiori one in five motorcycle owners in the US is now female according to the motorcycle industry council that's double their share a decade ago the barriers to writing are disappearing bikes are smaller less expensive less powerful and easier to handle and the internet has played a huge role cinnamon currents as with the motorcycle industry council she says Instagram Facebook you tube now you can go online and there are women's writers groups just a lot more easy to connect with like minded people a lot of this women's groups have come to the attention of major manufacturers babes right out to fifteen hundred riders to central California last month it was sponsored for the first time by Harley Davidson there's also the women writers world relay sponsored by Indian motorcycle the rise in women writers is coming at a good time for the industry annual motorcycle sales peaked at about one million in two thousand six but they stalled since the Great Recession at about half that the industry is in a tough spot James harden is managing director at Wedbush securities does aging baby boomers have put it in a tough spot by parking their wheels for good if you just look at the mass it's going to be hard to replace sixty five year old white American males so the name of the game will be expanding your customer base women he said are one way to do it and Los Angeles I'm sue carpenter from market place too much quieter horsepower now the Ford Motor Company formally debuted a new electric vehicle last night's all the Mustang Mach II you think Mustang but it looks like what it is a five seat S. U. V. the plan is for several variants of various ranges and horse powers just over two hundred miles per charge up to three hundred miles the head of Ford sees electrics as arguments for globalization here's the CEO Jim Hackett in an interview with my colleague marketplace host chi result now that the tipping point here is we can't make everything in America because of this new vehicle is going to be sold around the world so you you actually need the benefit.

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"sue carpenter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"sue carpenter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Front fury is thirty and part of the fastest growing group of motorcycle riders in the US millennial women just like the most freeing exhilarating amazing feeling in the world thanks to writers like Fiori one in five motorcycle owners in the US is now female according to the motorcycle industry council that's double their share a decade ago the barriers to writing are disappearing bikes are smaller less expensive less powerful and easier to handle and the internet has played a huge role cinnamon currencies with the motorcycle industry council she says Instagram Facebook you tube now you can go online and there are women's writers groups just a lot more easy to connect with like minded people a lot of this women's groups have come to the attention of major manufacturers babes right out drew fifteen hundred riders to central California last month it was sponsored for the first time by Harley Davidson there's also the women writers world relay sponsored by Indian motorcycle the rise in women writers is coming at a good time for the industry annual motorcycle sales peaked at about one million in two thousand six but they've stalled since the Great Recession at about half that the industry tough spot James harden is managing director at Wedbush securities those aging baby boomers have put it in a tough spot by parking their wheels for good if you just look at the math it's going to be hard to replace sixty five year old white American males so the name of the game will be expanding your customer base when he said are one way to do it and Los Angeles I'm sue carpenter for market place engine much quieter horsepower the Ford Motor Company formally debuted a new electric vehicle last night it's called the Mustang Mach II you think Mustang but it looks like what it is a five seat S..

"sue carpenter" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"sue carpenter" Discussed on KPCC

"Could responded Kevin may gallon with LA county's office of emergency management says well you got a fire disaster the report really highlight how catastrophic this event it really was it was unprecedented in nature it traveled faster than fires that we traditionally see this really was a natural disaster that it culminated with all of these factors lining up and the gallon says they've got to drive home the message that police and fire might not be able to help you right away so when you're asked to go get going we have to alert warned and notified the public with clear concise messages in a timely manner these fires are burning at unprecedented rate and we have to be as fast as those disasters are occurring in clear concise messages November eighth well marked the one year anniversary of the walls the fire destroyed more than sixteen hundred structures most of them in Malibu the only city council today took a step that it hopes will ease the airplane noise that subset a whole lot of folks in the San Fernando Valley the story from KPCC Semele Elena Dugdale the city will hire an outside consultant to identify ways to lessen the noise caused by planes using the van Nuys and Hollywood Burbank airports this summer at the Federal Aviation Administration acknowledge that flights departing from Burbank had shifted south over studio city the agency said it did not know whether the change was related to new air traffic technology designed to make flight shorter and safer angry residents in studio city Sherman oaks and Encino organized community groups and published petitions protest in the increased noise were putting all hands on deck because this is an issue where we feel we were blind sided that's LA councilman David rue altered the motion calling for an independent consultant now will there be a solution where everybody will be happy probably not but he says at least there will be more transparency in the process I'm Emily Elena duckbill taxicabs in Los Angeles could soon operate a lot more like uber and lift under new rules presented today to the LA city council's transportation committee with the details here's KPCC sue carpenter under the proposed reforms all of Elise taxes would use a single centralized dispatch system they could be requested by phone or with an app and passengers would know the cost of their rights before getting into the car if that sounds more like ride hailing that's exactly the idea what we want to do is try to give them a level playing field to allow them to operate a more competitive environment Jarvis marines with the LA department of transportation he said the rules for LA taxis have been so overly structured competing with uber and lift has been difficult taxes have lost seventy five percent of their business since two thousand twelve the taxes provide a valuable service to people who use a wheelchair for like a credit card or cell phone we hope to improve the customer service so that our people in our elderly or disabled are on bank than anybody who takes taxi cab in Los Angeles has a better user experience the proposed rules would also lift the cap on the number of taxes in the city and remove the requirement that they be certain colors the new system will take effect before the end of next year I'm sick carpenter and I'm Nick Roman in this Steve Julian studio time for the daily from The New York Times seven thirty five from the New York times I'm Michael Bavaro is the today the Democrats leading the impeachment inquiry our colleague Tuesday's testimony the most damning yeah implicating president trump himself includes pro quo over military aid to Ukraine Wednesday October twenty third.

"sue carpenter" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"sue carpenter" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Good morning this is KQED public radio five thirty live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly former state department adviser Michael McKinley is expected to testify on Capitol Hill today as part of the house Democrats impeachment inquiry of president trump here's NPR's winter Johnston McKinley has agreed to appear voluntarily for a close transcribed interview with lawmakers just days after he announced his resignation as a senior adviser to secretary of state my palm pale ale was on the call between president trump and his Ukrainian counterpart that sparked the impeachment inquiry I met her new status as a front runner in the polls Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren was a target at last night's twenty twenty democratic presidential debate in Ohio NPR's Mara alliance and has more the new dynamic in the democratic race was on display Joe Biden is no longer the clear front runner Elizabeth Warren has surpassed him in some national and early state polls and she was the target of attacks from Biden who called her plans vague and from Pete booted Jed who suggested she couldn't carry midwestern battleground states with her mandatory Medicare for all plants during the debate former vice president Joe Biden said neither he nor his son hunter did anything wrong in Ukraine reference to president trump's unsubstantiated accusations of wrongdoing by the bidens pertaining to hunters work with the private gas company in Ukraine Dow futures rough thirteen points this is NPR news vice president pence arrived in on correct today for talks on Turkey's military incursion in Syria however Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he has no plans to meet with pants Swedish autumn all Swedish auto maker Volvo says within five years of expects a lectern vehicles to account for most of its sales sue carpenter with member station KPCC has more Volvo cars showed off its first all electric vehicle today in Los Angeles as part of its new recharge line of the V. is the battery electric exceed forty is the first of five zero emissions electrics it will bring to market over the next five years as the Swedish automaker works to be entirely climate neutral by twenty forty Volvo will also require a twenty five percent share of recycled plastics in its new cars unbelievable is how Washington national second baseman how we Kendrick describes his team heading to its first World Series last night the nats beat St Louis seven to Ford to complete a four game sweep of the cardinals and the National League Championship Series Kendrick was named the series' Most Valuable Player the thirty six year old veteran says the naps are a special team nothing the mixture of people that we do have is what makes us so good chemistry that we do have we understand each other Washington will play the winner of the American League Championship Series either the Houston Astros or no or New York Yankees Houston leads the ALCS two games to one game four is tonight in New York I'm David Mattingly in Washington it's five thirty three am coming up in the next segment a morning edition some schools are suing a cigarette manufacturers jewel laps they argued tool this tool has taken a page from big tobacco by marketing two teams that's all coming up also coming up later on this morning.

"sue carpenter" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"sue carpenter" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The announcement in Los Angeles we're Volvos first all electric cars being unveiled this morning from member station KPCC sue carpenter reports although says that within five years most of its cars will be electric kind Samuelson is president and chief executive of Volvo cars he says the company will introduce a new electric vehicle for each of the next five years like when it went by there will be an all electric electric version for every model that we are sending Samuelson says Volvos goal is to take concrete actions that align with Paris climate agreement of two thousand fifteen which aims to limit global warming to one point five degrees Celsius above pre industrial levels more than six hundred companies have pledged to do their part to limit global warming Volvo plans to be fully carbon neutral by twenty forty for NPR news I'm soo carpenter in Los Angeles the Washington nationals are going to their first World Series they defeated the St Louis cardinals last night seven to four to take the National League Championship Series the dance will take on either the New York Yankees or the Houston Astros in the World Series I'm korva Coleman NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include I drive maker of remote PC providing real time remote access to computers anywhere and featuring remote PC vision and augmented reality support tool learn more at remote PC dot com as morning edition continues.

"sue carpenter" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"sue carpenter" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I want to revisit this. This is fascinating struck strokes Merck, by the way for those of you just joining. I'm deaf. So Peter stroke. I never knew how he's name was pronounced pronounce Peter Struck Peter stroke, and I watched him on TV and a guy smirks all the time. So I just call him struck strokes Merck. And then the paramour was was Lisa page. And here they are texting each other. And noting a bunch of what they think is misinformation that the media's running with, and they conclude that it's coming from the CIA being leaked from the CIA. And one of those early leaks. I recall was a story that Putin was personally involved in colluding with Trump, which we know was never true. NBC news went back and checked it during the break. NBC news. This is December fourteenth 2016 US officials Putin personally involved in US election hack that has to be Brennan it has to be. It has to be the CIA. From the article US intelligence officials now believe with a high level of confidence that Russian President Vladimir Putin became personally involved in covert Russian campaign to interfere in the US election, senior US intelligence officials told NBC news. So here's struck strokes marking they're looking at this. They see this. They know they didn't put that out there figured Hannah come from their sisters at the agency. Two senior officials with direct access to the information say new intelligence shows that Putin personally directed how hacked material from Democrats was leaked the wise used. The intelligence came from diplomatic sources. And spies working for US allies. The official said that's all from an NBC story December fourteenth. Two thousand sixteen and it syncs right up with struck stroke smirks text. It syncs perfectly with his texting in December of two thousand sixteen. December sixteen twenty sixteen struck strokes Merck texted think our sisters have begun. Leaking? White mad scorned and worried and political they're kicking into overdrive nobody at the FBI had alleged that Putin was hands on this. And we know that he wasn't now you take this is NBC news flash forward to today where we've got this poll. Fifty five percent Democrats believe Trump is a traitor there. It is if that's the kind of garbage these people Democrats have been consuming for two years. What what do you think they're gonna think? And if it was on NBC news, I guarantee you at showed up later on MSNBC throughout all of their pro Putin personally, directing the sting operation personally, directing and colluding with Trump. This folks, there has to be a price paid for to the people who have done this. I mean, this is just flat out why somebody literally made this up or they got scammed by some agents in Russia who were running a scam on Brennan, and they knew what Brennan wanted to hear. So they told who knows how it happened where it was originally source, but. If has to be somebody the agency telling this to. NBC? This is the kind of crap that was going. I was in fury eight. I was I cannot tell you. How is enraged? I was during these entire two years every day. There was stuff like that every day and four times a day. Because once NBC ran it than it was picked up by the New York Times and the Washington Post, and it was an echo chamber for every one of these cockamamie lying such as then here's here's suing carpenters Ville, Illinois as we start on the phones today. Great to have you. Hi lomba. Thank you for taking my call pressure. You bet. Now, I've got something on the little bit of a lighter side. The Democrats are desperate to get votes through. Whatever means possible voter fraud illegal the electoral college, sixty year olds etc. And now Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris are now promoting the idea felons being able to vote which consists of murderers, pedophile, rapist and terrorists. They must believe they will vote democratic. Constituents are murderers, rapists, pedophile terrorists Kamala, Harris has pulled back on that. Because this was it caused. I think she's I think she changed her mind on that. But crazy Bernie hasn't crazy Bernie doubled down on it. Of course, they think that just like, they think illegal aliens. Automats gonna vote democrat. It's it's you it's light hearted. It's not it is an ongoing thorough assumption that the criminal element votes democrat. Because the criminal element the criminal element. Some of them can read they can watch. And if they pay any attention all which party is it at once let everybody out of prison, which party is it to start ripping the criminal Justice system is being too mean, and too inflexible with the criminal element. It's the democrat party. So see you thought you're you're making funny out there. You'll get cracking a little joke. Real question is what has caused crazy Bernie's nosedive? And is it real is this thirty two point drop to plug visit real or is it temporary. Is it an is it a one off? That's not accurate. That's a huge. That's a huge thirty two points behind Joe by nobody ever been behind Joe Biden, thirty two points. Rush will continue network. Did you know that there is a new victim of identity theft, every two seconds? It means a criminal could be spending your money applying for loans in your name, and even damaging your good credit over that, you even know it, and it's a.

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"sue carpenter" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"sue carpenter" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Allies. The official said that's all from NBC story, December fourteenth two thousand sixteen and it syncs right up with struck stroke smirks text. It syncs perfectly with his texting in December of two thousand sixteen. December sixteen twenty sixteen struck strokes Merck texted think our sisters have begun leaking. Mike mad scorned and worried and political they're kicking him to overdrive nobody at the FBI had alleged that Putin was hands on in this. And we know that he wasn't now you take this is NBC news flash forward to today where we've got this poll. Fifty five percent of Democrats believe Trump is a traitor there. It is if that's the kind of garbage these people Democrats have been consuming for two years. What what do you think they're gonna think? If it was on NBC news. I guarantee you it showed up later on MSNBC throughout all of their pro Putin personally, directing the sting operation personally, directing and colluding with Trump. This folks, there has to be a price paid for to the people who have done this. I mean, this is just a flat out why somebody literally made this up or they got scammed by some agents in Russia who were running a scam on Brandon, and they knew what Brennan wanted to hear. So they told who knows how it happened where it was originally source, but. Is has to be somebody at the agency telling this to. NBC? This is the kind of crap that was going. I was in fury eight. I was I cannot tell you. How is enraged? I was during these entire two years every day. There was stuff like that every day and four times a day. Because one NBC ran it. Then it was picked up by the New York Times and the Washington Post, and it was an echo chamber for every one of these cockamamie lying such as here's here's sue carpenter's. Ville Illinois as we start on the phones today. Great to have you high. Thank you for taking my call pressure. You bet. Now, I've got something on a little bit of a lighter side. The Democrats are desperate to get votes through. Whatever means possible voter fraud illegal college, sixty year, olds etc. And now Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris are now promoting idea felons being able to vote which consists of murderers, pedophile, rapist and terrorists. They must believe they will vote. Democratic constituents are murderers, rapists, pedophile terrorists won't Kamala Harris has pulled back on that. Because this was caused. I think she's I think she changed her mind on evid crazy Bernie hasn't crazy Bernie doubled down on it. Of course, they think that just like, they think illegal aliens automatically gonna vote democrat. It's it's you it's light hearted. It's not it is an ongoing thorough assumption that the criminal element vote democrat. Because the criminal element the criminal element. Some of them can read they can all watch. And if they pay any attention, which party is it at once let everybody out of prison, which party is it starts, ripping the criminal Justice system is being too mean, and too inflexible the criminal element. It's the democrat party. So he thought you're you're making funny out there Yuli cracking joke. The real question is what has caused crazy Bernie's nosedive? And is it real is this thirty two point drop to plugs is it real or is it temporary is an is at a one off. That's not accurate. That's a huge. That's huge thirty two points behind Joe by nobody's ever been behind. Joe.

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"sue carpenter" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:33 min | 2 years ago

"sue carpenter" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I wanna revisit this. This is fascinating struck strokes Merck, by the way, for those of you just joining I'm deaf, so Peter stroke. I never knew how he's name was pronounced pronounce Peter Struck heater stroke, and then I watched him on TV and the guy smirks all time. So I just call him struck strokes Merck. And the paramour was was Lisa page. And here they are texting each other. And noting a bunch of what they think is misinformation that the media's running with, and they conclude that it's coming from the CIA being leaked from the CIA. And one of those early leaks. I recall was a story that Putin was personally involved in colluding with Trump, which we know it was never true. NBC news went back and checked it during the break. NBC news. This is December fourteen twenty sixty and US officials Putin personally involved in US election that has to be Brennan it has to be. It has to be the CIA. From the article US intelligence officials now believe with a high level of confidence that Russian President Vladimir Putin became personally involved in the covert Russian campaign to interfere in the US election, senior US intelligence officials told NBC news. So here's struck strokes, Mark. And they're looking at this. They see this. They know they didn't put that out there. Hannah come from their sisters at the agency. Two senior officials with direct access to the information say new intelligence shows that Putin personally directed how had material from Democrats was leaked and the wise used. The intelligence came from diplomatic sources. And spies working for you as allies the official said that's all from an NBC story, December fourteenth two thousand sixteen and it syncs right up with struck stroke smirks text. It syncs perfectly with his texting in December of two thousand sixteen. December sixteen twenty sixteen struck strokes Merck texted think our sisters have begun. Leaking mad scorned and worried and political they're kicking into overdrive nobody at the FBI had alleged that Putin was hands on in this. We know that it wasn't. Now, you take this is NBC news flash forward to today where we've got this poll. Fifty five percent of Democrats believe Trump is a traitor there. It is if that's all the kind of garbage these people Democrats have been consuming for two years. What what do you think they're gonna think? And if it was on NBC news, I guarantee you it showed up later on MSNBC throughout all of their pro Putin personally, directing the sting operation personally, directing and colluding with Trump. This is folks there has to be a price paid to the people who have done this. I mean this flag out why somebody literally made this up or they got scammed by some agents in Russia who were running a scam on Brennan, and they knew what Brennan wanted to hear. So they told who knows how it happened where it was originally source, but. If has to be somebody at the agency telling this to. NBC? This is the kind of crap that was going. It was I was in fury. I was I can't tell you. How is enraged? I was during these entire two years every day. There was stuff like that every day and four times a day. Because once NBC ran into that was picked up by the New York Times and the Washington Post, and it was an echo chamber. For every one of these cockamamie lying search in such as here's here's sue carpenter's. Ville Illinois as we start on the phones today. Great to have you high. Thank you for taking my call. You bet. Now, I've got something on a little bit of a lighter side. The Democrats are desperate to get votes to whatever means possible voter fraud, illegal college, sixty etc. And now Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris and promoting idea felons being able to vote which can fit the murderers, rapists. And terrorists they must believe they will vote democratic they their constituents are murderers, rapists, and terrorists won't Kamala Harris has pulled back on that. Because this was it caused. I think she's I think she changed her mind on crazy. Bernie hasn't crazy Bernie doubled down on it. Of course, they think that just like they think illegal aliens are automatically going to vote democrat. It's it's you it's light hearted. It's not it is an ongoing thorough assumption that the criminal element votes democrat. Because the criminal element the criminal element. Some of them can read they can watch. And if they pay any attention at all which party is it at once everybody out of prison, which party is it start ripping the criminal Justice system is being too mean, and too inflexible with the criminal element. It's the democrat party. So see you. You're you're making funny out crashing joke. Real question is what has caused crazy Bernie's nosedive? And is it real is this thirty two point drop to plugs is it real or is it temporary is an is at a one off. That's not accurate. That's huge. Huge thirty two points behind Joe by nobody's ever been behind. Joe by thirty two.

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"sue carpenter" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

13:32 min | 2 years ago

"sue carpenter" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That we cover everything that you're gonna start seeing with these warmer days. So we're going to jump back to termites a little bit. You guys are finally going to start going outside. You're going to be getting the gardens up to date. You're going to be putting in that deck even talking about for five years, and maybe another one, maybe, but you know, you're going to start digging things up, you know, when you're gardening or doing any in construction or yard work landscaping anything like that. When you flip those rocks. When you dig those things up when you plant those plants, you can potentially find termites termites are very small. They're never going to be walking around like ants. That's why I say when you're gardening or when you're doing construction, that's when you're going to see him these are subterranean termites they are under ground. The only time you will ever see them is if you find mud tubes, which is just evidence if they swarm which means you had them for five to seven years minimum. Or if you do one of those things like flipping over rocks. So while you're going through that if you guys ever find anything like that. It's always good to collect a sample. If you're comfortable with doing that if not take a picture, you got to be quick that's one of the things we run into out in the field. When when we flip something over and we find termites if I run up to your front door and say, hey, come here. I found something and we go back. They're going to be going. They dropped down. Termites can't be exposed to the air for too long. So make sure your quick about it. All right. Whenever you find something that you're unsure of always take a picture or click the sample when then call somebody. When you're when you're going around some things you want to keep your eyes peeled for. Are again, the mud tubes. You look in your basement if you have an unfinished basement, you wanna look around the structure of your home. It's gonna come from the ground up. So we'll call the grade when you're looking in the inside of your home. These are just it's about the. The width of a pen or so your pencil pen pencil. And it's just what you want. Align that'll break off. And if you ever see something like that, you make you really wanna make sure you call professional because although it looks minor. They do not go away on their own. Once you get them. They're not just gonna go. We're board here. And then we've termites are very unique in a way, they're kind of like us where we can sit here, and we can go I wanna eat at McDonald's or Wendy's arby's or jacket boxer or anywhere. And they're the same way they can go. I want to go to the mailbox post, the mulch the home that tree mulch and just kind of bounce back and forth. So because of that if you ever do find anything, you know, your house is not gonna fall down. Don't let anybody scare you. And make you feel like you have to do something right now right now and seem to pushy. It's something that you don't wanna sit on. But when you find something like that, you want to make sure that your next move is your last you want to hit the brakes reevaluate and make sure whatever you're jumping into your extremely confident in you've asked several questions. You wanna make sure you're getting the best treatment your home is arguably one of your biggest investments you have to protect that. So another thing you're going to keep your eye out for or the actual swarms now when they swarm it does mean, it's mature colony, but it doesn't necessarily mean they're at your home. That's just when they start spreading out. That's when they they'll drop hit the ground. They'll pop their wings off. They'll mate dropdown start the whole process over again. And if they do that and you start seeing swimmers all over your house roll over the outside of your home. It's not going to be too long until you get them. So please be proactive. Don't be reactive. All right. And if you ever see anything like that, call your pets provider pest control provider. As far as termites, go. Another thing. You really wanted to keep an eye out for our carpenter. Ants. Those are the big black and sometimes they can be a little reddish Brown. And if you have carpenter ants, it does not mean that you have termites, but it is a red flag carpenter. Ants main food source are termites. So a lot of times when I'm out doing inspections, and I'm going around homes, if I see carpenter ants, you know, my Spidey senses single, and we we dig deep, and you know, that's just one of those things that you know, it it makes us really really take a look, right? It's just a kind of a away. So keep an eye out for them through the bigger black and reddish Brown as well. And they're not the ones that you'll typically see in your kitchen, the ones they have a million different names there. House ants, just the general house aunt, there are many ways you can you can take care of yourself. Like actually stated we do have. Do it yourself kits for those you don't wanna wait until they establish a full-blown colony and then give somebody a call in the late summertime because by then they've set up shop they have went ahead and had all spring all summer to get to where they are. And then you have a really big problem. And then you may not be able to do it yourself approach. Yes. And no matter what pest you're seeing. Like, I know right now we've seen a lot of ants and spiders bees and wasps starting to establish nest. This is the time where if you are seeing something you wanna take care of it. Now. Hi, this is going to be better and cheaper in a long run. Whether you do it yourself or you hire professional to come out and do it. Absolutely. With these in wasps and things like that right now. The only ones you're going to be seeing or the queen's all the other ones die off throughout the wintertime. So when you find them if you've been seeing these past couple of days odds are they're probably really lethargic. They're slow. They may not be flying as much as you may think you'll you'll see them just hanging out on the side of the home. Maybe by your windows, anything like that. That's because during the wintertime, they are surviving off the proteins in their wings. And what's going to happen is they are going to build that strength back up in their wings. And then they're going to start looking for a place to build a nest, and it's going to be a little bit until you start seeing them. They're going to be there's really small nickel-sized ones. And then they're going to pull up to the golf ball. And then again, it's one of those things you don't want to wait until you have a basketball size nest on your home to call. Professional. I always say with these you have to be super super careful be smart about it. Use commonsense guys if it's late summer starting to approach fall that is an established nest. I know we're not there yet. But it's just kind of reinforcing the fact that you don't want to wait to that point. Because then it can be very dangerous every tackling a nest with hundreds and hundreds of them and at that point. We will not recommend. Do it yourself. We will not. Advocate for that. It is a dangerous thing we have the proper protective equipment to deal with those things. At that point in time. And again at that point, it's going to be a little more expensive for you who regardless of you call who you talk to it's going to be more dangerous. It's going to be more time consuming as opposed to having something done now as a preventative to making sure you don't get to that point. So looks like we've got a call. We've got Gary and ellings mills, Gary, what's bugging you. Hey, hey, man. How scary? Let me ask you my question. Okay. Mhm? Well, first of all, where's Brian where where's where's your? He's at a job right now. He is you know, we're working hard. This is our busy time in he he's been out in the field a little bit and. Right. So you gotta bring him back. You'll get your questions about. Okay. Now, I'm saying if I play Mariah Carey music really now believe is that true. I think anybody would. Yeah. Mariah carey. And I'm like, oh, man. Some of our do it yourself kits are Mariah Carey CD's. We'll send them out to you. And you just as loud as you can. And it'll solve all your problems. I heard if you if you go out there and each termites right carpenter ants. Yes. For providence. Hi, sue carpenter. What if I eat? So I guess name. Beating the answer. You know, you know, I get that question a lot not not worded like that. But you know, are the carbonari it's going to take out the termites termites gonna take out the carpenter ants. It's going to be a nonstop battle of back and forth. So. Yes. Okay. What is the organism that breakdowns? The study loose and termites. Where's that call? Enzymes. That was called. Saying that need to be there. I'm the one that will be coming out to your home taking over everything. Hey, you're not coming out to my house. Chris. Brian. That was Brian. You know, we get a lot of callers and some of them, you know, the the. You know, what to say about that? Yeah. You know, we're we're a family and then operated business, and you know, Brian is the host of the show, but I'm going to be the one that goes out to most inspections we're gonna take a look at your home Tyler's termite specialists. He's my brother Matt's my brother-in-law. He's our wildlife and rodents specialists. So it's good thing. You know, whenever anybody calls in. It's good because you can you can talk to any of us. You know, we can go ahead and answer most of your questions, and for whatever reason if there is ever an issue something that we may not know we can always put you through with the right one. So if you ever have any super specific questions, let's just say about rodents about bedbugs about termites, you you start getting involved with termites past year at a Tyler. If I can't answer any questions, you know, this is a very very big field and part of the good. Thing about. Our company is that we're never going to lie to you. You know, if we don't know anything, we're going to get you the information, and you know, we'll we'll definitely get that to put you through with the right person. All right. All right. It looks like we've got Brian on the line. Hey, guys. I heard Gary. Yeah. Yeah. That was me. I told you yet. Don't you have some better to do? What are you doing? Yeah. I'm still working. I was listening to this show just working hard. Yeah. I just want you guys to go over the type of termite treatment w compared to everybody else with the altar set computerize injection, Matt Mariah. You should be in here. Then. Deliver that stuff. Make sure everybody understands. Forget to do. What am I? Yes. We're going to answer that you guys are doing really good. I'm proud of you. Thanks for cover for me. You got to worry about Gary also. All right, guys. I. Right. So that's our father. He's a character. Yup. Apparently, he's working hard. Yeah. Yes. Looping back to termites are termite treatment. What we do personally as a company is a little bit different than what a lot of people do out there. Now, basically our process we don't cut corners. We don't do spot treatments. We make sure that we take out every issue in that entire home. Again, your home is your biggest investment, we want to make sure that we protect that. So our process entails us digging a trench along your home. We don't dig up your gardens. We don't, you know, where it's not an intrusive thing, we work around everything you got your plumbing..

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