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"tn" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio
"Part of it and but my wife said to me, and it was significant, it was our retirement. She said, you know what? I trust in you. And I know who you are. And we'll just do it again. And to have someone that supportive is truly remarkable, but those are not brick and mortar businesses, not what I should be in. It's doing what I do with my coaching and the podcasting and my voice acting and audio production and creative. That's what I'm in. And that's where I'm supposed to be. But it's not easy at the time to have something like that happen. Just saying I totally understand. I mean, I can't understand a 100% because it hasn't happened to me, but I can only imagine how difficult it was for you at the time. But I love the fact that the universe basically realigned you so quickly with your purpose rather than allowing you to get distracted. And not being able to have you share your experiences and your wisdom and your voice and your healing out to this world that the way that you're supposed to. And for that, you know, deep down too, that you will be taken care of, right? Along with your wife. And so you can only trust, like you say, you're writing the current, like the turtles are and allowing for it to happen and knowing that whatever happens, it'll be okay at the end. And I think that there's so much beauty in that. And there's so much power to it too. Yeah, it's quite humbling. When you just surrender, that you don't do anything in this world. Like, I don't do anything. None of this that's coming out of my mouth or anything that I do in this world is really me. It's just through the light force of energy that moves through me. Like I don't even get credit for any of this stuff. It's just, this is what comes out of me. And when you get to that point and you really realize that and you live that magic happens, it truly, truly happens. Yeah. I love it. I just think that what's in store for all of us and it's interesting to say this in a calm way, no matter what you see around you, I think we're going to all be just fine. I think so too. I think so too. As long as you know we all go within. Absolutely. I want to thank you so much for being here today. I'm going to have to have you back because I really do want to talk more about the success method and it got a little deep. The universe just took us where we wanted to go. And I think that's, I just think that's beautiful. I love it. Me too. And this was a great conversation. One of the best that I've had on any podcast. So I thank you so much for having me. Absolutely, was it a joy, and I will definitely have you back because I really dig your energy and I looked up and I'm like, wow, I thought we were talking for just a few minutes, and we've talked about that so too. I know. It's magic because we've been in flow. So thank you so much. Rob's kicking me off already. And then I go away. When you mentioned the time, I was like, oh, wow. I know. So how does someone reach you? Oh, yeah, sure. So they can find me on my website. It's gene TN dot com. So that's JE ANT in dot com. And so they can learn more about me there. There's the contact form. If they want to reach out to me and so that's the easiest way. Awesome. Thank you for so much for being here today. Really appreciate it. Thanks for having me. Absolutely. And thank you so much for your support and taking time of your busy and precious day or night to listen. We still appreciate it. Thank you for allowing me along my very special guest gene to touch your heart. Move your soul and inspire you to live a life of transformation. I'm rob atis. Until next time. This is life, transformation radio. Download complete.
Mayor Glenn Jacobs on the Political Landscape of Knox County, TN
"It's interesting to hear your positive story of growth. Your positive story of people and business is wanting to kind of and I'm going to compare it to another college town. And this is the sort of the emphasis I want to make. And I know you have the city Knoxville and those kind of things, but Athens Clark is sort of a combined government. But over the past four years and after this Clark county, it is basically turned socialist. And I'm not being a Republican exaggerate here. They actually identify as socialist. And they're wanting free busing, free housing. I mean, and you have the university of Georgia, which is the largest employer, everything in that county that is sitting there. And again, trying to say, look, we're trying to just make this here. What do we want? How has Knox county Knoxville area been different in a very similar kind of situation, smaller county with a large younger progressive base if you would. How have y'all avoided that or have you? Well, when you're looking at Knox county in the city of Knoxville, we're two separate political entities. And folks think that the counties over the city, and we're not. The cities, its own thing. Now there are some things that we do in the city, but that's very limited in scope. And the university is in the city of Knoxville. And yeah, it's exactly right. I mean, I love UT and I think UT ads tremendous value to our community. But there are some political differences. Especially. Within some of the faculty and within certain departments within the university. Now, what the university does for economic development is tremendous though. They have a great supply chain management program, which is a very beneficial here in Knox county, where 60% of the nation's population lives within a day's drive of Knox county. So logistics shipping trucking is a distribution centers are a big deal for us because we just naturally attract them. And then also when we look at their school of engineering, the ochres national laboratory, which is the country's foremost research institution is half an hour away. So there's a lot of synergy between the university and that organization as well. But politically, yeah, there can be there can be some issues. And like a lot of places what you see is we're like a donut and we're red on the outside and blue on the inside with the city. But the county is a lot bigger than the city. So we're about the county's 65% Republican. And the majority of the Democrats are actually in the
"tn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is Bloomberg Brian All right thanks very much The time now 38 minutes past the hour It is time for opal sports Well let's get to Dan Schwartzman Dan both Madrid clubs pulling off wins Yeah Brian the absolutely do Let's start off with Real Madrid They knock off Sevilla two to one Then Atlético Madrid they dominate Cadiz four to one They both of course doing very well in La Liga Look at the Premier League Chelsea and Manchester United Plato one on broad Stamford Bridge Jorginho scoring the equalizer for the blues in the 69th minute on a penalty after Jane Sancho put the Red Devils on top in the 50th minute Elsewhere Manchester City getting past west am united two to one in the snow as fernandinho scores the winner in the 90th minute In Liga one Paris Saint-Germain knocking off Santa TN three to one messy contributes three assists while in Syria A.C. Milan loses the saso three to one Lazio gets shut out by Napoli for nil Roma gets pastorino one now The Daily Mirror reports that Manchester United will try to use the influence new interim manager Ralph rang Nick may have regretted Orton in superstar airline horland to try to tempt the 21 year old to make the move to Old Trafford next summer Rang Nick signed the vent 19 year old at Salzburg back in 2019 Portland who has scored 50 goals in 50 league matches 75 million year release clause next summer Patriots winning their 6th in a row they knock off the tights 36 to 13 Matt Jones throwing for 310 yards and two touchdowns Meanwhile the New York Jets they outlast the Texans 21 to 14 while the New York Giants get past the ego's 13 to 7 In other action the forty-niners defeat the Vikings 34 to 26 the Buccaneers beat the coast 38 to 31 while the Bengals dominate the Steelers 41 to ten Kick off in a less than an hour Good AFC north matchup Sunday Night football the 7 and three Baltimore Ravens hosting the 6 and 5 Cleveland Browns Baltimore coming off a three point win over the bears by the browns knocked up the lines by three points In a stunner Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley leaving the sooner He's leaving Norman heading to California to be the next head coach at USC I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports update Juliet Thank you so much Coming up we're going to talk to Joe Gilbert portfolio manager at integrity asset management.
"tn" Discussed on TN Magic Moments
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"tn" Discussed on TN Magic Moments
"We actually had to put on rappelling gear and repelled down side of a hill to install fence because it was twelve stories. Vertical extremely steep. Thank you my brother's a master climber propeller he had all the tools and equipment necessary to goes up and down the hill safely and it took us four days to lean in in infants four acres which is probably a little longer than would have liked but it was really difficult situation but the goats themselves once you got them in there. They had no problem goats. Four legged all-terrain cozy much machines. They'll get at it wherever it's at. They climb hundred better than i do. So yeah do you mind walking me through the process of getting a goat. What so what do you call. It goes gaming. Mitigations variety of terms. We throw at. It really just depends on like what the actual project is typically backyard job. Somebody just has an overgrown backyard that just a goats gaping job you know or should we bring utilize the goats as opposed to mechanical crew to to remove vegetation and the process of of I know this. Because i've been with you before the video project right. If you don't mind candy so recently walking through it once we go see the site talk to the customer. We walk through do a bid they accept the bid you know. Put them in a queue because nature of nature we. Can't we tell you exactly when we're going to be somewhere goats. It rains a slowdown. If it's warm they slowdown so will we know approximately when we're going to be somewhere but about a week before we bring the goats will come out and cut the lines around the perimeter of the property and installed portable electric fence. That utilizes a deep cycle marine battery on a multi. Joel charger we for three gills and higher. The goats are really well trained to the electric friends. They don't tend to mess with it but we're really doing. There is preventing any no stray dogs or coyotes. And you're kind of predation to come upon the fence and mess with the goat's weather during sets partly protecting your out yet for sure for sure tried to the animals and the day of we bring the goats out in a in a livestock trailer. Goats or divas. If it rains they hide in a trailer all day. So stay dry. Arid climate animal so rain unlike to other livestock when it rains. They don't want to be near it. They want to hide. And we'll be we'll be in the dry so we have to leave some kind of shelter on site for them and then they just. They're just they're doing their thing. And we come by every every day and check on them. Give them a little grain. You don't get a little help. Check make sure nothing happened offense and let them do their thing and it typically takes. How many days to clear. So rule of thumb with goats is one hundred. Fifty goats can clear one acre of land in twenty four hours. Which is insane it is a lot of that's a lot of goat's shed and his lar- goats consume twenty to twenty five percent of their body weight daily extremely.
"tn" Discussed on TN Magic Moments
"And i'm the owner of knox goats knoxville's own goats scaping and mitigation service. So yeah do you mind explaining what it is. What do these goats do yeah. So goats gaping is utilization of dotes to clear land and to remove unwanted plants whether they be invasive or just overgrowth and we utilize portable electric fence to keep the goats contained. We bring the goats to job-site they live on the job site until over invasive plants on. So how did you get into this. So i've been raising for about ten years Three years ago. I had an opportunity to remove some vines off of offense at an industrial park in South knock straw plains area. And the guy's like yeah. I've got these vines on the fence. I can't give like two fifty a week to bring goats at here like something idea than i was in the news for it and then i couldn't keep up with emails so knox goats was border. Nice and and people need to to deal with this. Why are goats of better alternative to go out there with like. We'd walkers so a breakdown there are. There are three ways to mitigate kudzu. You can dig it up. It's not recommended because kudzu roots grow up to twenty one feet on the ground and can wave to two hundred pounds sir. You're talking very heavy. Equipment those irs excavators etc. You can inject copious amounts of helium into the ground. Apparently really that's new research out of something to do with morris program. I read an article about it a few weeks ago. Somebody ran. We came across it but it takes a lot of helium and helium. Rare nerve gas and it's expensive so not necessarily financially viable and then you you can do. What's called constant defoliation. There's multiple ways of doing constant affiliation and the point in the intent of that is to sap the roots of all of their stored energy. And you can do dude affiliation with machines like mowers leaders. You can spray herbicides. Although any herbicide capable of killing kudzu typically kills everything else around it and the way cousin grows. You're to spur over spray on a bunch of other plants as well you can use fire in the dry season which is not controlled not a good idea or you can use goats and goats will come in. They'll gray's it down. They actually typically leave the grass beneath the kudzu alone. So you've got you keep plants thriving and keep the soil locked in place so you don't have erosion issues like you would with over spray herbicides. And they fertilize as they're in the area which is always a bonus it's natural fertilizer indeed. Yeah and So i'm kind of curious. What's the craziest kudzu or overgrowth situation. You've come across so far with your with your goats. swayze is over. Will we found a shed and a canoe at a job site with the homeland nose back there. Wow underneath all of it. They bought the property are encased in kudzu and the goats got in there and like oh look. There's a shed full unfold. Paint minnows canoe over here. And that's how cool not unexpectedly. There wasn't a lot of kudzu there but the craziest installation we've ever had was a job in south knoxville at a river town condominiums..
A highlight from How Goats are Tackling Tennessee's Kudzu Problem
"So how did you get into this. So i've been raising for about ten years Three years ago. I had an opportunity to remove some vines off of offense at an industrial park in South knock straw plains area. And the guy's like yeah. I've got these vines on the fence. I can't give like two fifty a week to bring goats at here like something idea than i was in the news for it and then i couldn't keep up with emails so knox goats was border. Nice
"tn" Discussed on TN Magic Moments
"This is not your typical day nor number of customers. It's a mad dash this time every registers open but the staff can't keep up with the demand of the customers. The line of people ready to pay stretching to the back of the store and that's for every single register. I hope those examples are relatable because the real scenario we are in. Today is a mix to get an even better understanding of the situation. I spoke with ben. Jabbour of the vice president of global ocean break sales for be alexander company that been based in tennessee for more than eighty years. The alexander was the first international shipping company and memphis. They started out in cotton but now import and export as well as help with customs requirements for a boatload of agricultural companies. Get it boatload. Okay moving on. He confirms the challenges with the supply chain started during the pandemic. And what we saw in a case like that was they were pulling employees shutting down factories so that there wouldn't be a spread of the virus from one worker to another that setback. Some of these situations where parks that might be made in china or other countries or not being shipped in the united states. And of course what that meant was in many cases could not be finished on time at the same time a win. The economy's open backed up and we saw people go to factories. Both in the united states back to their the work with that happened to be in an officer at home. We saw a lot of consumer demand because people were not traveling. People were no longer spending money on experiences and events but tangible goods that requires shipping in most cases. And i'm talking about not only in the united states. But i think in latin america and canada and other countries. And so what happens. Is we're pulling all the supplies from asia and europe where were steamship. Lines are gradually. Putting the steamship vessels the containers. The chassis is back in to the normal rotation but in addition to that we also had a spike in consumer behavior which outstripped the amount of space in the ports of the space on ships containers. That were available of the amount of truck drivers that could pull the containers over being shipped. The railroad systems and it just goes on down the line and the whole the whole process from the beginning of the end taking longer. That's backed up the system and we don't know how long this will last so the problem isn't just that we have fewer people doing the work but we've also had a massive increase in the amount of goods moving around yes. Labor is an issue but the industry didn't even get a chance to catch up from where fell behind. It's like that grocery store. Scenario with only a couple registers open and then without.
"tn" Discussed on TN Magic Moments
"And how those costs and revenues will be associated with the different aspects of the supply chain. Yeah yeah that that new normal is says something we definitely still here and there some things that have changed kind of for good art. What are some of those that are these changes that have been implemented during cova that are going to be sticking further. You obviously obviously things like On the processing side of things You know employees Health and safety. I think is one where i think that's gonna be a important. We have seen certain changes in i guess. In how maybe we market some of our producers as well and and again. I'm not sure if those ones are gonna stay long term There's the potential for him to for sure. I think it'll be kind of a split. But if you think of things like say farmers markets. Or you pick type things you know. There's there could be more of kind of a move to online sales or csa's with there's not maybe direct face to face interaction but you're still trying to support that local entity in terms of food production and sourcing your food from local local sources. So things like that. I think are going to get on You know those can be kind of a mix of solutions as we move into that new normal type position and so it is an interesting question to see what is going to stay in. What's not You know. I suspect that one of the other ones that we will be revisiting. His is the processing side of things. should we have the degree of centralization in our processing industries as as As we do currently have These aren't these aren't easy questions to answer. Because there's a reason why our food system in the us has evolved the way it has And there's some really really good things about the way that we do it. There's some challenges that we need to overcome. That have been highlighted by the pandemic economists. What has been some of the most interesting things to watch. I mean one of the ones that i always find fascinating. Is this kind of cuts across policy. But i mean response to different programs right. i mean. There's there's been numerous programs across multiple industry. Some industries have had received more support than than others But when you look at it from a policy standpoint you've seen some that kind of are like blanket policies where they try to cover as many producers many people as possible and then there's others that are much more well defined and the way that i kind of look at it as kind of the scalpel versus the hatchet of pro. Try you can. You can end up getting the job done with both of those which one's going to be the most efficient which was going to have the biggest impact in terms of of being being positive The other one. That i that i find fascinating from an economic standpoint is just Our supply chain and You know. I don't wanna say it's it's fragile but there there's definitely some real Opportunities to make improvements to make it more resilient Because we do have such a we have such a well defined process of doing it but it is subject to external shocks can really be very disruptive and create things like what we've seen earlier in the pandemic where we have empty store shelves right which were not used to In the in the us year so the logistic side of things is something that i think is is really worth taking a look at an and considering And you know the other one that is is a real a real interesting to look at from. An economic standpoint is labor supply It's one that it affects not just agriculture but but also other industries But the shortage that we have in things like truckers and service based industries is is something that is incredibly challenging to to overcome right now And so again..
"tn" Discussed on TN Magic Moments
"And i was really hoping we could record this. In person samantha. I know i was optimistic. We would have our first in person recorded conversation but regardless it was good to see you last week. Yeah you too. And for those just joining. For the first time samantha. I report from different parts of the state and like most of you for the past year and a half. We communicate primarily through the wonders of the internet. That's right. I'm located here near nashville at the headquarters of the tennessee department of agriculture. And then you are on campus at ut knoxville. Yep but earlier this week i actually was in nashville and i was able to say hi in person. It was a real treat to see you in person at strange times but we able to make it work. I do think are do. Locations are a strength to the podcast. Though i think we're able to get a broader perspective on agriculture in the state as a whole oh i totally agree. And that's a great launching off point for this episode one that we've called the story of agriculture. Today you know last year took us by surprise and altered the course of where we were planning to take this podcast. So this year we've had a little more time to react and come to terms with the current realities of the pandemic and what that means for making this show but that doesn't mean that. The agriculture industry is still dealing with some challenges. And that's what i think makes this season even more interesting. Exactly which is why. I sat down with aaron smith who's an economist with the ut institute of agriculture to try and get a better sense of what the state of agriculture looks like today and he had a great perspective also on what happened last year and from there. We'll move to an interview with professional from the distribution industry to understand why we might still be experiencing some of those bottlenecks and then finally we have an update from a farmer that we introduced to you last year pile rock shared with us how they were struggling to meet the growing demands for local beef while the processing plants were overbooked. So you know. They took matters in their own hands and actually created their own process facility. That i'm excited to tell you guys about that is really cool. And that's a great example of one thing erin mentioned in our interview. This year may have had some unbelievable challenges but it has also been an opportunity for some unbelievable innovation and this is just episode one. So let's jump in with my conversation.
"tn" Discussed on Silent Warrior Chronicles
"Looks like in a child. Yes. And switching back to excuse me. Switching back to Disney, a smart guy. I love that show. Oh my gosh. That one depicted so much mental health stuff, especially since it was a gifted child being bored in elementary school, being able to surpass all of his little classmates and being thrown into the world of unaccepting high school teenagers. They showed bullying, they showed peer pressure with him like basically drinking at one of his friend's parties because they told him oh, aren't you the high school kid? Aren't you supposed to be cool? Like, isn't this what high school kids are supposed to do on a weekend or whatever? And I remember in that episode like he ends up getting hung over and his dad doesn't believe that he was drinking until he hears from the Grapevine that they were drinking at the party where his son attended. And then that's when he finds out that again, in fact, he did fall into that peer pressure. Oh my gosh, there was various instances as I said of bullying with his ears with his with the stature with him being, you know, a gifted gifted student of the pressure of everybody wanting him to do all the projects for them because he was the smart one and he could get it done quickly. Oh, lord so many. Another show is sister sister. That had a lot of life lessons. You know, being a twin and they were polar opposites from Tamara was kind of the goofy one and Tia was the book smart one. And, you know, one thing that I want to ask you lady DMC. So roger, you know, roger would always show up and they'd be like, go home, roger. Yup. In today's world, if a guy consistently shows up to you and makes you know those comments, would you still be like, oh go home and just kind of pass it off or would you kind of see that as harassment? Yep, I would definitely see that as harassment now would find that quite creepy. And I think it's so interesting that in sister's sister, it's never really acknowledged. And sister sister films during the 90s. Early 2000s, and I just find it so interesting that it just was never identified as harassment. It was just, oh, that's the kid next door that shows up. The silly annoying neighbor, the slash classmate because remember, he was he did go to their school as well. Yeah, he did. You know, I remember every time you don't have a date, I'll be your date. Coming off now, like when I watched and I was just rewatching sister sister as well. That's why I thought of it. I felt uncomfortable, and I felt triggered. Every time I was like, you know, like, at some point, I would be like, boy, you need to back off. No means no, because too, like, maybe one or two or something like that where they're discussing something and then they mention about roger and he just yells from outside the door like outside the window or something. It's like, dude, you creeper. Yeah. But it was made as a joke because again, if you think back, every time they said, go home, roger, made some joke about roger being everywhere and anywhere. There was that laughing sound effect. And you know, we grew up on that show, and in a way we kind of were told, hey, that's just cool, you know? It's like you're creepy neighbor, that's a guy that really likes you and it's infatuated by you. But it's not, right? That's a form of sexual harassment, and that's something that we need to tell our young lady. Ladies and men that that's not okay. Yeah, you know what? I had never thought of it like that. I guess since it was always depicted just as the goofy silly, like it was depicted as comic relief instead of something that should be avoided and addressed. But wasn't roger younger than them too? By year. Yeah, he was like, an 8th grade when they were in 9th grade. But I mean, still that doesn't make it right. You don't just show up. Oh no, exactly. No, no, no, I'm just, I was just trying to verify that fact. Because yeah, I do remember him being younger. I think maybe that's why the writers attempted to make it less creepy by making it like a younger guy flirting or whatever, but still. Yeah, no, I get where you're coming from. And funny enough, going back to the whole twin thing, you know with Phil and Lil and Tian Tamara, funny thing is if you look at their interviews like I don't want to deviate from the shows of our era, but I watched the talk show the real where tomorrow was actually one of the co hosts. Yeah. And before she left, you know, there was a girl chat segment, talking precisely about that about how her and her sister had to struggle so hard to show people, hey, we're twins, but we have separate personalities. We have we're two different people. She said from the moment we were born, we were automatically lumped as a package. You know, and there came a point where Tia got kind of frustrated with Tamara. Because in high school, like she would tell her you know, why don't you stay on the other side of the campus and I'll stay on this side. Like basically saying we need to have people identify us by staying apart because even to this day she says that some people will see them be like, hey, TN Tamara. And she's like, and it's really creepy too 'cause sometimes I won't be with my sister and they'll be like, hey twins, and she's like, is Tia here? I don't see her. What do you mean twins? It's just me. And she says that really messed with her psyche as well because she knew she was her own person, yeah, she knew she had what she calls a womb mate. But she still Tamara. She's her own person, and so is Tia. So I've heard that a lot people tell me they can not solve it. It's like Mary Kate and Ashley, people can't tell the difference apparently. And it's pretty easy to tell the difference between tea and tamera. So I don't know why people can't tell the difference. Oh, fun fact. Fun fact two, have you seen the movie bitches or twitches too? Yeah. Okay, so when they were filming that movie, she also said during the real, this was also part of them trying to separate especially her. I think she was the one that was mostly trying to create her own identity and things like that. When they were doing twitches, she is the one with the mole. Yeah. So when they were doing the movie to try to make them look even more identical, they said, hey, it's where we're going to cover your mold so that you look a little more like your sister, not like they don't look identical already, but I don't get that thought process across your head there, does he grow, but so they went ahead and covered it and when they did, she said, I immediately started bawling. It messed with my head so much. 'cause I felt like she said and the reason why is if you see my sister and I together, how do you identify me? It's by that physical trait that people know, hey, it's tamira. What do they say? It's the twin with them all. So she says, I love that. And when they covered up, I felt like I lost me. Like, I looked exactly like the person that.
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"Details on that story. Plus California governor Recall election is set It's all straight ahead by 30 MW TN Way, by the way, Glenn Funk If you want to run against him, he's up in the Democratic primary next year 2022. So if anybody thinks he's doing a horrible job, somebody step up and run against him. Other things going on, by the way, if you want to join the 6157379986615737 W W T N Lumber prices coming back to Earth. They died more than 40% in June. Biggest monthly drop on record Now they're trying to make it sound at CNBC like some bad thing. They say the great lumber bubble of 2021 is popped after jaw dropping rally this spring. Lumber prices have come back down to Earth as supply increased speculative trading, action cooled and home building demand in eased. Lumber futures tanked more than 40% in June alone, suffering their worst month on record dating back to 1970. This is not bad news. This is great news. Lumber prices have gone crazy. Let me tell you how crazy they were. On May 7th They hit an all time high of $1670.50 per 1000 board feet on a closing bases that was more than six times higher. Then their pandemic low a year before Six times. They were up six times higher than they were in the pandemic. Love. The quick reversal of lumbers months long rally came as Americans started to go on vacation again amid the economic reopening instead of taking on renovation and building projects. Many who are fearful or of persistent inflation also took comfort in the drastic decline in prices in the face of cooling demand. That's why I was telling you remember, I told you this several weeks ago. I said, You know, we got an inflation problem. And some of it is Biden's fault. Others. It's just like this lumber thing. It's not Biden's fault and it's going to go away. Pretty soon, so lumber was one of those things. Gas is going to continue to fluctuate in the in the higher range because We're cutting out drilling in places and that spooks the market and we should be drilling everywhere we can. Also when we get into some things like demand and all the rest of the stuff with the summer driving, that's going to drive things up, naturally as it does every year, and with the pandemic, you know, being over. People are going to be traveling this year like never before. They weren't traveling last year, so all of that's going to drive great gas prices up. We told you yesterday, the General Mills this time when they have to hike prices because of all sorts of things, and one of the things haven't hiked prices over is they can't find labor, so they're having a jack up their labor prices. And that's part. That part has been Biden in the Democrats fault because they've been paying people continually to stay home after a pandemic is over. But all of that is temporary, too, because once these things start The labor prices come back down. And then, when the labor prices come back down, the price is starting to come back down. Just, you know, through sheer competition. And so this is going to be a temporary hopefully a temporary inflation problem. But the lumber dropping 40% is a big deal because that drives the prices of houses. Anything made with wood obviously is going to be going up, and now it's going to be going down. Quick time out. And by the way, we'll see this too. This is an interesting thing. This is the side. These crazy prices were seeing for houses. That's a lot of that is based on demand, too, but it's also based on what it costs to build a new house, right. So they'll look and say, Okay, you can buy this house. You can build a house and this would cost to build a new house. So that's driving the existing home prices up. That's going to start to come back down. And then I think once most people start to figure out That a 1200 square foot house ain't worth $400,000 in Nashville. Then those prices going to come down to we'll be back right after this information fueled opinion driven super talk 99 7. From the W. T N News Center. I'm Pamela for.
Boston Man Convicted Of Police Bombing Asks For Compassionate Release
"Officer officer and and the the severe severe wounding wounding of of another another asks asks for for a a compassionate compassionate release. release. WBC's WBC's Karen Karen Regal Regal says says it's it's because because of of covert covert concerns. concerns. Attorneys Attorneys for for the the now now 64 64 year year old old Alford Alford strangler strangler say say their their client client convicted of building the bomb that Killed Officer Jeremiah Hurley and severely wounded his partner Francis fully should be released because his heart issues make him more of a covert risk. Strangler did refuse the vaccine while in prison. His attorneys say their client was worried about how that would affect his heart. His attorneys also argue he has served more than enough trying for the crime of which he was convicted. But Hurley's daughter, Leanne, TN, herself, a Boston police officer. Well, the judge of a man who loved his job in his family officer fully son, Frank, a Boston firefighter, told the court of a severely wounded man with PTSD, he said of this compassionate release request. Alford Strangler chose his fate. Cameron Regal WBZ Boston's news radio. More
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"I'm John. That, sir. From the surface of the planet Earth. Where? Here on the surface of the planet Earth with Bob Silverman. Happy birthday, Bob Zimmerman. Your subscriptions are most generous and most appreciated because we're going exploring. We're going exploring with the U A good for the U A. Is entering Mars orbit. It sounds exciting. What does it mean? Bob? Well, first I want to say that I want to thank your listeners have to every time we do this, but Your listeners are mixing the generous John to support behind the black in my work, and I must thank them. I must thank And after that we're into the second week of my fund raising of February and they just saw so much I'm staggered that people give money for something they get for free like this, So I really appreciate it now. What is U A E s u A E. V And I didn't have the Emirates decided about five years ago. It wanted to be have a big space for him to learn the diversify its economy and inspire its youth. And one of the projects they proposed was something called Hope or Al. How about which that's what it means hope in Arabic on orbit around Mars, and they contract in American universities to build it while training their own engineers, and they contract in Japan to launch it. So this is kind of a partnership with United States, Japan and U A E. But now once it was launched successfully left six months ago, the US engineers took over operations and This week it entered Mars orbit successfully. Its engines fired under the program, the programming they installed and it is now in moss off it and as a two year program to orbit Mars and study the Martian atmosphere, Um, the project itself. They set this project up in cooperation with the planetary community to make sure that Allah mall will do research that no one else is doing. And the specific studying of the atmosphere that is going to do is something that no one else has done. And so this is great. It's in all of it. It worked. Hallelujah! It's great news. The People's Republic of China approaches Mars with a photographed this demonstrate anything in particular, Barbara just excitement. Demonstrates. All right. Let me just explain. TN 11 is the row Orbiter, Lander and Rover that China has launched the laws and it will be arriving this week in Mars orbit. And so earlier this week, actually late last week, they released the first mosque image that he and when one took as it approached the Red Planet. Not yet in orbit. It'll happen very momentarily. But this picture tells us several things. One. The camera's working to the spacecraft is under control. That can point accurately, you know as far away as I do this on its own, and so it's actually pointed so it so we could take a picture of the planet. And so this tells us that things are going good. And so we should expect this to enter orbit once it enters, always spends three months doing reconnaissance. Off the landing site for its rover. Sometimes there's not period. They'll tell us what the rovers name is going to be. And then in May it lands and hopefully 11 90 day or more successful exploration of the northern lowlands of Mars,.
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"We've got great sound here, so let's just jump right into a Doug Peterson stuff. Top of the hour out with the Eagles five story ready to go, Let's go. Let's set a time to buckle in, baby. Let's go on here like a bunch of crazed dogs. That's excuse your latest five star. Really, Kiki and Tierney give you the best highlights from their top five games over the past weekend. I know I'm gonna get got, but I'm gonna get mine more than I get got. Don't come His game. Now, as always, we start on the Sunday night stage, and I don't care how creative your nobody and I mean, nobody saw this one coming. Baker looks it over in the shotgun would shove on his left hip. Second intent. He's back to throw bricks coming in screen Pass right side Here comes jumped. 35 30 25 20. He's going. He's going. He's gone next Chavez in touchdown. 0 40 yards on the catch and run by Nick Chubb and those last 20 or Beautiful, Isn't it because he just separates and goes, That's like Ed McMahon sitting on the couch. All the colored guys doing his laughing Jim. Jimmy thought of it Does this thing on the Browns radio network? That was the fourth quarter obviously about 12.5 to go? And that made in 42 23 You wrap it up. Final score. 48 37 brownies on top TN. Look, We put this one in to bed early in our first segment, but I got it again Give credit to the Browns when they steal her started to make a run. They know exactly how to get the ball to those two backfield mates Bradley, Nick Chubb and I keep telling Wanna call him Bradley job, but Nick Children, Karim Hunt.
"tn" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Freshman DJ Williams, but he was locked up in coverage tightly on that ball thrown by Lawrence. He never saw the ball, Shawn. It was a perfect throw from Trevor Laurence. He's only a freshman never got his eyes around and could never find. The ball landed right. Almost hit him in the right toe. Shawn. It was that good of a throw, but he never saw that landed harmlessly on the turf right in front of him. He was focused on the defenders showing Wait a 2nd and 10 out of the pistol. Lawrence sluicing right side Coppelia Marty Rogers to the right running past his own blockers. Specter will get a gain of close to about eight yards. It appears Let's call it six. To be exact. Brings up third down There was something go ahead. TTN Etienne's back in the game. That's a welcome sign for Clemson fans is he trots back on the field here for this big third down and they've got to get the 1st 1st down. They start with 23 and outs and two touchdown drives here Tonight. DTN five carries nine yards so far in the first half shot comes staff, the Lawrence on 34 rows. Torti, TN right side got spun around and then hit by Sean. He'd pass is incomplete. And once again, Ohio State's defense has stepped up its fourth down and four for Clemson on the third, three it out tonight. Here for Clemson. I mentioned they've got the first down. They've scored a touchdown, but great defense there by Sean Way to Haddie TN out of the backfield that just shows you the respect. Half a travesty. Tien has a receiver cornerback covered him out of the backfield is good pressure that time along the right side By Jonathan Cooper Spires gets the pun away on fourth and four from the 37 Yard line. A fair catch called for by Garrett Wilson at 25 of Ohio State, 21 14. What guys leading Clemson and get the football back here with Al under nine minutes to go in the first half. I know it's early, Sean. We talked all week about the fact that the state wanted to win this game. They were not play their best game of the year. But this is by far the most instinct. This Ohio State football team has looked offensively all year. They're really dialed in and Almost finding themselves in real time here, Sean 249.
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"It forward and splits the defenders into the end zone. Touchdown plants it Travis Ctn on a three yard touchdown. Rush makes it 13 to 7 such a hard play to stop exactly the same place they scored on the first time. The only difference is that time instead of Trevor Laurence keeping it he handed it off TTN and he rode that hand off. Probably a full second All eyes were on Trevor Laurence. Everyone the building thought he was keeping it again. The last second, let a TN habit who walked into the end zone almost touch. That's such great disappointment takes hours and hundreds of times of practicing that, to get that mess point. Correct that leads to not fumbling the football and exchanging it correctly. Peachy. Potter's desperate point is good. It's brought to you by Allstate. You better protected with Allstate. You've never been In better hands. So now for Travis Eat again, It is 468 career points. He's now first all time and a cc history, passing Dustin Hopkins, the former field goal kicker for Florida State. Has that to the list on the career of the senior from Jennings, Louisiana, who came back for his senior year for this very opportunity. He was able to get 20 tickets into his hands for family and friends who have made the trip down from Jennings. 14 to 7, now. Clemson on top of five minutes and one second remaining seven plays 75 yards, two minutes and 58 seconds. Time of possession on the drive, and Lawrence was four for four through the air. Tigers kicking right to left. It's Potter with the right foot sends it high and into the end zone over to Mario, call McCall rather for the touchback. So back and forth. It appears we're ready to go..
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"Probably a full second. All eyes were on Trevor Laurence. Everyone in building thought he was keeping it again. The last second, let it TN habit who walked into the end zone almost untouched. That's such great disappoint. That takes hours and hundreds of times of practicing that to get that mess point correct that leads to not fumbling the football. Exchanging it correctly. Peachy. Potter's extra point is good. It's brought to you by Allstate get better protected with Allstate. You've never been in better hands. So now for Travis Et en. It is 468 career points. He's now first all time and a cc history, passing Dustin Hopkins, the former field goal kicker for Florida State. Add that to the list on the career of the senior from Jennings, Louisiana, who came back for his senior year for this very opportunity. He was able to get 20 tickets into his hands for family and friends who have made the trip down from Jennings 14 to 7, now Clemson on top with five minutes and one second remaining. Seven plays 75 yards, two minutes and 58 seconds. Time of possession on the drive, and Lawrence was four for four through the air. The Tigers kicking right to left. It's Potter with the right foot sends it high and into the end zone over to Mario, call McCall rather for the touchback. So back and forth. It appears we're ready to go. I was just gonna say back and forth with Theo and another good drive from Clemson, Ohio State's looks solid as well. That last drive scored a touchdown. There's gonna have to continue to answer. I think these defense is there. Look there. Good defense is but we know in modern college football right now. Good offense, Let's go defense, so Expect us to see a bunch of points here in this football game tonight. Average yards per play. Baron Ohio State 14 point to Clemson, 8.8 Fields in a quarterback sends tied into a trips formation to the right hand off sermon running left side. No, it's fields. He gave us a great faith in the backfield Fields. Darts forward, has a first down on a gain of 12 yards fields using his leg last year, he was hampered by a knee injury, unable to run like his usual self, That is not the case. This time around. Well, you're right. They've been a little more selective this year. I think when.
Antioch, TN Neighbors Recognize RV Used in Nashville Explosion
"A suspect in connection with the Christmas Day bombing in Nashville, Tennessee, to law enforcement sources close to the investigation say a man named Anthony Quinn Warner was behind the blast. One source called him a lone wolf and believes there is no danger to the city of Nashville. This afternoon yesterday, FBI agents armed with a search warrant comb through Warner's home in the Nashville suburb of Antioch, Tennessee. Neighbors say up until a few days ago, an RV sat in Warner's driveway. Authorities believe that was the RV scene and downtown Nashville Christmas morning before it exploded. As for a motive, that is something that is still under investigation at this point boxes David Spot reporting and the U. S Embassy
Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai charged under security law
"Citizens, Jimmy Lai. Lai. Has Has been been charged charged with with endangering endangering Chinese Chinese national national security. security. The The businessman businessman and and media media million million billionaire billionaire who's who's in in prison prison in in Hong Hong Kong Kong at at the the moment, moment, is is the the most most high high profile person to be charged under sweeping new law covering conspiring with foreign forces. And carrying a maximum life sentence. Antony DAP. Iran is a lawyer and writer in Hong Kong who spells out what these charges against Mr Lai mean for the direction of Chinese rule in Hong Kong. He's being charged with colluding with foreign forces under the National security law. It's very significant given that Jimmy Lai is such a high profile figure among of the pro democracy parties in Hong Kong. But it's not surprising. It's always expected that he would be one of the key targets under the law after it was introduced. What sorts of things has, he said about Beijing that have obviously cause such a fence. Well, he has bean very public in calling for sanctions to be imposed on both the Hong Kong and Chinese governments in retaliation for their actions here in Hong Kong, and that is specifically under the law constitute the the act of colluding with foreign forces. And so that's the the the actions that we expect that has got him into trouble This time. It's quite a sweeping law, isn't it? And he's not the first to fall foul of it. That's right. It is a very broad law drafted in such a wide way that it can catch all sorts of act. Devotees are so far there have been four people arrested and charged under the law. None of those cases have yet worked their way through the court system. So we don't yet know how Hongkong's judges are going to define the parameters off this law, but it's certainly potentially could be very broad. Reaching indeed. Can you tell us about the case of a teenage activist called Tony Cheung? Yes, Tony chill has been charged under the National security law for inciting succession and subversion. And this is in relation to social media posts that he's alleged to have made with messages of diligently promoting Hong Kong independence or subverting the government. He's also being charged with it with a number of other offenses, including just today he was convicted off. Desecrating the national flag for snatching a Chinese flag off a pro Beijing demonstrator at a protest. He's also facing other charges resulting from his various protest activities. How successful a warning shot Against other protesters. Do you think that these actions are, it's certainly likely to be very intimidating to other protesters and and pro democracy activists in Hong Kong. This is all part of a much broader campaign by the authorities here to crack down on all forms of dissent, and that has included, of course, arrests under the National Security law and under other Hong Kong laws. It's also included the disqualification of legislators the intimidation of the media a crackdown on the education system. All of this really designed to silence any form of dissent here in Hong Kong, and it certainly is having an effect in terms of intimidating people. I think you've described what's going on in Hong Kong in the moment as CAFTA esque. Maybe you could explain what you mean for those who might not be familiar with the works of France, CAFTA Yes. I mean, what we're seeing in Hong Kong isn't often arbitrary Use off state power or the use of the state and the Lauren and I about predictable and inconsistent ways. And you really see it in the way that the government challenges these pro democracy activists and protesters with all sorts of legal charges, often it being unclear exactly what the behavior is that they're being charged with. So I think for many of the pro democracy community here, it feels a little like they are lost in a sort of Casca narrative, not Quite sure when the Lord is going to to swept upon them. Clearly, Beijing thinks it can do things like charge. Businessman Jimmy Lie with impunity is that the case is standing up for Hong Kong falling down the list of priorities for Western governments. It certainly seems that even if Western governments are inclined to take action, this little action they can take that is likely to have any impact on the Chinese government. And we've seen that with sanctions that the United States has a Lied to both Hong Kong and Beijing government leaders. They seem to have have reacted really with defiance. I'm haven't changed their policies or approaches in Hong Kong. It all have been very dismissive of the sanctions and the impact that they've been having all these leaders. And so even these sorts of very assertive actions are not able to sort of change. Attack that the Chinese government is taking here. I'm not sure what else will and so I think that China certainly regards any action by foreign government as an interference in China's internal affairs, and they've given every indication they don't intend to be influenced by that. Antony Dappy ran in Hong Kong. Meanwhile, a reporter working for the American news agency Bloomberg has been detained by the authorities in China. Hayes fan who's a Chinese national hasn't been in contact with her employers for four days now. Robin Brent is the BBC's correspondent in Shanghai and asked him what more we knew about her detention. Well, the truth is not much or we have is the details coming from the American news agency Bloomberg, which were released late today, on Friday, China Time Now they say they last heard from her in a conversation with her editors before lunch on Monday. They haven't heard from her since. But shortly after that conversation, she was seen being escorted from her apartment in Beijing by blankly. Those police officers and in the intervening four days, Bloomberg say they've been in touch with the government here. They've been in touch with the Chinese Embassy in the United States because hes Fanny's a Chinese national on itwas on Thursday when they discovered confirmation that she had been detained. She had been taken and she was being questioned in relation to allegations off breaching national security and the Chinese authorities have recent form. Don't they were foreign journalists are concerned Australian journalists flown out of China recently. American journalists not having their press cards renewed. Yes, I mean, you know, we could have ah, much more longer and detailed conversation about whether that how this fits in with the diplomatic hostilities between the United States and China. Between China on Australia and the Chinese government's use of its very ambiguous national security law to target people to target journalists for things other than genuine allegations off breaching the law, But look a Chinese born Australian journalists Chen Lei, who worked for the state run TV CT TN station, She was detained several months ago in similar circumstances. She hasn't been seen since. Details about her fate have not been forthcoming. There is some continuation that this may be linked to that, but we just don't know the evacuation as it was off to journalists. Australian journalists a couple of months ago linked to Chang Le's detention Pretty much ended Australia's ability to report from this country. Certainly when it comes to TV, anyway. Yesterday as well was the two year anniversary to the day off the detention on Don't going detention off two Canadians Michael Coverage of Michael's favor. One of businessmen want a former diplomat, two men who were detained by China in China. In the days following the arrest of a very high profile Kuala Way telecom company executive in Canada. So look, it's seen on used frankly, by the Chinese as a tool is a tactic off diplomacy, but I have to say We don't know any details about Hayes fans detention why she's being detained how she was detained where she's being detained because the Chinese authorities are not saying so. They're simply confirming that they have her. What does it say, though about the state of Open reporting in China, particularly by foreign nationals, the foreign correspondent's Club of China Says. It's very alarmed, for instance. Yeah, but it's hard here. It's hard for foreign nationals that believe me. It's even harder for Chinese nationals. Hayes fan is a Chinese national. She's an experienced journalist she's working for Bloomberg. Last three years, but other organizations before that, and she is what's known as a news assistant here. Chinese nationals aren't allowed to be employed to do what I do to report you know, prominently in newspapers or on camera or on the radio. They can only be employed his news assistance. But that is a huge understatement of what they do. I have a Chinese colleague who is my new system and she is absolutely vital to our operation here in Shanghai. That was Robin Brent, who's the BBC's correspondent in Shanghai.
The Ladies of Craft Beer - burst 1
"Now way back in February before the pandemic. I spent International women's day at a relatively unlikely complication. If you've listened to this podcast before you've probably figured out that we like to look at agriculture from a slightly untraditional perspective. And this season. We've already done that by looking at how country music can find its roots in its connection to Agriculture and even a museum. So when I say that I spent the day in February Brewing craft beer with a group of all women Brewers game. I'm still talking egg. Okay. So it all started with a Facebook event at Alliance Brewing Company in Knoxville celebrating International women's day with a women brewed beer inspired by wage the one and only Dolly Parton, and we wanted to contribute someone local and inspiring and valleys and easy toys sound a lot of bed and stumble to the kitchen.
Houston weather: You're going to love the weather this weekend!
"Weather TN Up to say good bye to October the weather patterns trying to make up for a terrible weeks worth of weather here across the Gulf Coast with Zeta and all the wintry weather. Or that the Panhandle had our temperatures of this afternoon. You're 70 degrees. Look tonight, 50 and mid seventies this weekend meteorologist Scott Larrimore at the Weather Channel 63 now clear and sunny at the K T. R H top tax defenders. 24 Hour Weather Center
Time Changes: Country Music and Agriculture - burst 02
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Australian TV presenter detained in China
"Australia says one of its citizens who is also a prominent news presenter on Chinese state television, has been detained without charge in China. Fang Lei has worked for CG TN, the English language channel of Chinese state television for almost eight years, more details from Celia Hatton Jonglei really became the face of much of the business coverage that appeared on English language Chinese state television. But also, increasingly she was being used to present very politically sensitive coverage as well. So she was quite important. Then she suddenly disappeared around the 12th of August, and it's now known that she has disappeared into detention. We know that she's had one video call with the Australian authorities. But really, we don't know why she's under investigation. We don't know where she is, and importantly, we don't know how she is right now.
Florida adds a record 186 coronavirus deaths
"Our healthy now and a tragic new record today Florida reported its highest number of coronavirus deaths in just one day, one hundred eighty six people died more than one thousand. Americans died from Cova yesterday cases are rising in twenty two states and CNN's Erica hill reports. Only eight states are seeing a decline in new corona virus infections.
Indian Wells tennis tournament canceled over coronavirus concerns
"This event in Indian wells for the tennis the the tennis tour I don't even own a U. T. what is the United States U. S. T. S. I don't know what the hell they call them so you should know your wife watches this stuff every day I get whatever the professional tennis tour T. P. whatever it is they canceled one of the most popular events of the year Jeff Passan just three to ten seconds ago that baseball's gonna join the and the NBA and NHL closing the clubhouses to media yeah I mean an end and the No fan cares about that I mean that doesn't deal with any fan and that's just a behind the scenes stuff for the media limiting contact right side right smart right we will have a look we are going to have all these arenas filled with March madness people yes with all all in all these different like nobody has home games are all neutral site places is gonna be really interesting in the next week as we get closer to the tournament what happened was a return man held people away from their reply was an Illini fan or a badger fan and they say that it M. and then things went on as I go and I would live my life but did they generations not going remember we told you on Friday the TN is not even covering the big ten tournament in Indy well I'm just telling you if I was a fan of those teams and I had tickets and I was inclined to go as of right now until I was banned I would go right I live my life if they told me that this isn't a good idea and we're not gonna have any fans obviously I'd be disappointed but I'm gonna follow the medical
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