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Violent crime keeps rising in Houston. Could COVID be the reason why?

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

01:29 min | 7 months ago

Violent crime keeps rising in Houston. Could COVID be the reason why?

"A streak of violence in houston continued overnight. Ktar k tv reports. Three people were killed and two injured and four separate shootings in the area last night that follows a deadly domestic incident in western. Houston that left. Five people shot and at least two dead houston's murder rate and other types of crimes have been rising in recent months as the pandemic continues to stress. Nearly every part of many people's lives well houston's murder rate is higher than it's been in a decade and here in harris county the murder rate is also a thirty percent since this time last year. Our own brenda boundaries has more on. How much of a role. The pandemic and other factors play into that increase in violent crime logo. Police are reporting sharp rises in violent crime including domestic violence murder and assault. Dr howard henderson is the founding director. Just as research at texas southern university. He's says the pandemic has increased the level of inequality between those who can afford to stay home and those who can't with limited funds limited resources and no positive outlets a win the the day on a break and so the frustration. Vang self out particularly in domestic violence around this country and particularly them henderson matters the pandemic and a reason increasing calls to defend the police make it difficult to predict what is to come. He's as one solution for. Police is to be stationed at high violence hotspots instead of low crime areas which drained resources houston police. Chief recently announced a plan to target crime hotspots with additional officers.

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"texas southern university" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"texas southern university" Discussed on KTRH

"College graduation ceremonies Texas Southern University commencement the Galveston county fair and rodeo that was to take place next month Galveston beach parks have been closed until further notice NASA suspending production and testing of its moon rocket and spacecraft hardware statewide virtual town hall last night governor Greg Abbott compared to corona virus outbreak to hurricane Harvey noting that Texans made it through then that we're gonna make it through this the governor also confirmed his own code nineteen test I have shaking hands with hugger encountered thousands of text hello to my staff to the people of Texas is a lead this effort to make sure that I was tested and I tested negative which means I don't have and the governor Abbott also declared a health emergency and ordered statewide closing of rest dine in restaurants bars and clubs first time this has happened a health emergency in Texas in a hundred years we're also having wide scale testing ramping up across the state and the governor said we can expect a create an increased a massive one probably in cases in the weeks ahead National Guard officials expect more than four thousand members to be put on active duty this weekend as coronavirus cases keep climbing the guard's leadership arguing that putting troops under federal control not the best idea suggesting they're already well positioned to be responsible to their state governors now we go to the Michael berry show I'm sure fryer and uses news weather and traffic station newsradio seven forty KTRE it's that time time lock and load he's on the air this Friday the that means you three two one two five eight seven four Greg you're on the Michael berry show Greg over in Beaumont Kerr my old KFDM hero you know that with the growing up watching it I don't know if that makes you feel older not well of course it does but that's okay I hear you you were so kind with bringing me up bringing up the other day on on your show and I listen to and I was just really taken aback by it and I I just you know so create all the nice things and you know you live here in the Golden Triangle for yardage Bourbon orange and yeah it was very touching and I do appreciate it so you're back at KFDM now but now you're anchoring yes yes I've been back here now almost seven years having done sports for twenty nine years of my career so John Bailey was needed so I had written something online and and I saw a name that had liked it and it was your name and I said unto the same and I clicked on it and I went in and saw that I went to your bio and I read and I read that you traveled all around and you'd come back I don't get to watch the local TV there now but you had been away for how long I was gone for about eighteen years okay and I read that you had you had you said the highlight of your career was you have produced a documentary what was that well when I was working for Fox Sports southwest up in Dallas it back in twenty eleven twenty twelve I produced a documentary on pretty stunning market played at the university of Texas in the late sixties and he was the one that had to have the leg amputated hi John this Cotton Bowl and he they made a movie movie out of it everybody's all American and Jim dent had written a book and I had volunteered to do a documentary on in interviews with players that have played with him on those late sixties UT teams when they would let me talk to Darrell royal because he was having some dementia issues five yeah but yeah so one of one star in the Fortin it was it was if I never wanna warn again that one's if you have a highlight of my career that's that's that's a net project to get to work on so what times are you anchoring at KFDM in Beaumont now I do the five six and the ten I've been one originally hired of also during the nine o'clock on fox so they're gonna money's worth so they're not only five six and ten and has not sports for my original passion is one but United church is like going on over here in Beaumont how is it different than when you left well I I think it's growing a little bit now I think there was some very short sightedness yeah I know things differently now than.

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"texas southern university" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"texas southern university" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Job Purvis Rogers was at Texas Southern University in Houston with about a hundred others who were still waiting to cast ballots at eleven PM Roger said he tried a couple of other voting places but their lines were even worse how may I help I don't know how to but I'm waited out turns out he was right Rogers was the last to vote at the polling site at one AM long lines were also reported elsewhere in the state election officials blamed a shortage of machines at locations where turnout was higher than expected and in Travis county where Austin is located officials said several dozen poll workers and election judges failed to show up for work due to concerns about the spread of corona virus there were also difficulties in California the process was really long and pretty grueling to be honest it took Rochelle birch head two hours to cast her ballot at the ace hotel in downtown Los Angeles she says when she got to the front of the line she was told that the system was down I think it was something with like the surge except the power and indeed the county did have problems with the electronic poll books it uses to check in voters this was the first time LA residents were allowed to use any one of about a thousand votes centers across the county the failures were especially noteworthy because LA this year rolled out an entirely new voting system that was seen as a potential model for the rest of the country and that obviously not the roll out that we had hoped for the county's G. election official dean Logan admitted that besides the machine problems they miscalculated how many voters would show up yesterday instead of using another option I think that we perhaps over estimated how many of those voters would take advantage of the ten day early voting period and that resulted in a significant amount of voters turning out on election day turnout for which they were not prepared something for which Logan apologized Charles steward of M. I. T. has worked with election officials on trying to reduce long lines at the polls he says it often involves guesswork and can be especially difficult when it comes to unpredictable primaries like this one you don't know from you know one presidential cycle to the next how hot the race is going to be when the primary roles by your state and then on top of that you're being asked to predict what turnout is going to be at a particular location he says yesterday's experience should help officials figure out how to avoid similar problems in November the fear is that voters will get discouraged in Houston harvest Rogers stuck it out but many others in line with him did not and left before casting their ballots Pam Fessler NPR news it's margin for college basketball fans that means madness is coming when the women's tournament begins in a little over than too little over two weeks the university of Oregon and star player Sabrina Ionescu who will generate a lot of attention she led the ducks for the final four last season and was named national player of the year UNESCO then delayed a pro career to return for his senior season and it appears it was a good decision as NPR's Tom Goldman reports the accolades keep growing for UNESCO on and off the court it could be argued one memorable day a week and a half ago justified Sabrina UNESCO's decision to come back for this final season it started with her speaking to a worldwide audience about the former NBA legend who'd become her friend and mentor over the past year I grew up watching Kobe Bryant.

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Houston: Long lines prompt extended wait times at some Harris County polling locations

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Houston: Long lines prompt extended wait times at some Harris County polling locations

"Now as far as local campaigns goes along that of course in Harris county polling locations of those polls closed at seven o'clock last night if there were still hundreds of voters standing in line and a handful polling locations serve hours later this man was the cut off outside of a polling site of the Texas Southern University hello my vote to count my vote might make a difference so I got to wait it out I believe so what is I voted as I did the days I know I need to do the county clerk's office dispatch additional voting machines to help speed up the process member in person linked to delays in getting the results of last fall's race for Houston where those results were tallied until well into the next

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"texas southern university" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"texas southern university" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The we've got big news big news indeed at about this time every year if there's going to be the vote rallies all this was a good one we got a headliner coming to Texas Southern University right here in used it's going to be on Wednesday February nineteenth hole it's gonna be a good one Scooby ago we got a special special guest to headline a student rally at Texas Southern University this is a H. B. C. U. historically black college university here in Houston and this is going to be a big focus is going to be big you're not gonna believe you're not gonna believe what is happening here folks if we just call me good is going to be good all my goodness at Texas Southern University is going to be the kick off of vote your future vote climate if that did you don't know what does a new national campaign to drive voter registration and turn out and rally support for climate action in the lead up to the twenty twenty elections and the special guest tunes everybody vice president of these United States of America and here's how we imagine it's gonna go down when Al Gore speaks at the Texas Southern University because they're trying to rally the black vote that's what this is about and somehow the idea of Al Gore talking about the climate to rally the black vote seems a little reminiscent of this.

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Texas Southern University president placed on leave

Mark Levin

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Texas Southern University president placed on leave

"Texas Southern University president Dr Austin lane placed on paid administrative leave pending an investigation the move made today by the T. S. U. board of regents which offered no further details on why other than to say they are committed to ensuring all activities at university are conducted in an ethical and transparent manner the board is named T. S. U. chief financial officer had it Hewitt as interim

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Divide on display in Democratic debate

Morning Edition

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Divide on display in Democratic debate

"Healthcare was a major issue in last night's twenty twenty democratic presidential debate in Texas the top ten candidates in polling data out squared off at Texas Southern University in Houston in a debate hosted by ABC news and your Scott Horsley has more former vice president Joe Biden defended his incremental approach to overhauling healthcare while leading rivals like Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders favor a single payer Medicare for all approach Biden prefers to build on the existing affordable Care Act I know that the senator says she's for Bernie well I'm from Iraq I think the Obama Kerr worked I think the way enough to we had to replace everything has been cut at a public option guarantee that everyone will be able to have affordable assurance candidates also mixed up on prison reform gun control immigration and foreign policy but in a debate that stretch more than two hours there was not one question about the economy Scott Horsley NPR news

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Takeaways from the Latest Democratic Debate

Start Here

08:27 min | 1 year ago

Takeaways from the Latest Democratic Debate

"All right. We have just pulled up to the gate of Texas. Southern University. People are out in force. The part of the country across Texas is famous for its electrical storms electrons just gathering together smoshing closer and closer until they pop off as a you guys supporting suporting Andrea as you got closer the campus of Texas Southern University. You could feel the tension growing. Let's say that Warren packs it in because she can't be trump doesn't have it all because last night. Campaigns have been operating at a distance so far suddenly a close in person. They're the storm began good evening and welcome to Houston. We are live from Texas Southern University for Tonight's democratic debate the top ten candidates are here. It's going to start right now and on the stage you see them low from Houston and coming you now from the spin room where everyone's been coming coming in discussing how these candidates did and I wanNA start with the guy who I didn't have to travel for. He sat right next to me during this whole debate. ABC senior national correspondent Erin Moran Terry. This was a one night only event. How did this feel different from other nights not hugely but a little bit. I think it was more substantive and I think I'd like to credit our colleagues. The moderators is this wasn't. ABC News Debate and I'm not just being a home here. I think that it was well presented. They gave candidates time to answer and they mixed it up pretty good. I think at the end of the day the main theme for me. This is the center fought back. I know that the senator says she's for Bernie. I'm for Barack. I think the obamacare worked Biden Metal Rourke Amy Klobuchar and I think having someone leading the ticket from the Midwest will allow us to talk about this in a different way and get it done escort some very good points here after debates that had been dominated by more progressive candidates so you really saw debate up there and it was substantive and I think right right from the gun healthcare in the United States of America. We are spending twice as much per capita on health care. It's the Canadians or any other major country on earth is America America. Don't want to pay twice as much as other countries. They started out with half an hour discussion on healthcare where they really mix it up on the central debate on this. We'll middle class tax. Go Up. We'll private insurance be eliminated. Look what families have to deal with is cost total cost. Progressives Democrats talking about Medicare for all. How are we going to pay for. I want to hear tonight how that's happened and Biden came back at him and said that's it's not gonNA work on for. Obamacare plus the public option it was a real debate and when it comes to Joe Biden. This central question of his campaign has been not. Are you the front runner. Everyone knows he's the front end. Can he handle being the front runner and we saw candidates go after him. Well Bouillon Castro. He went there rock. Obama's vision was not to leave ten million people uncovered he wanted every single person in this country covered my plan would do that. Your plan would not have to buy in the went there with a very thinly veiled swipes Biden's aid. You just said two minutes ago that they would have to buy it. You said they would have to buy qualifier forgetting what you said mornings a finger. Biden's look at the old man turns out Castro was wrong. If you lose the job from your insurance come from your employer you automatically can buy into this. You don't have no pre existing condition can stop you from finding you get covered. He you failed to grasp what Biden saying. Biden was saying that his health care plan. If you couldn't afford private insurance you would automatically get enrolled in the private in the public option that he wants Castro didn't get it but he took what was either a fair shot or a cheap shot depending on how you see Joe Biden okay so what other her issues then stuck out to you that kind of defined the night well there was a very substantive discussion of racism and criminal justice in the issues around that and that was one which I think was a missed opportunity for Kamala. Harris used to oppose the legalization of marijuana now you don't you used to oppose outside. Investigations Lines of police shootings now you don't you've said that you've changed on these and other things because you were quote swimming against the current and thankfully the currents have changed when you had the power four. Why didn't you try to affect change. She's an historically black college and here she is having staked her campaign in pain on this issue in some ways and she couldn't find her way out of a question about how she worked the issue as a prosecutor but I made a decision that if I was going going to have the ability to reform the system I would try to do it from the inside but I think the people that really came forward on that were cory booker and better talk the fact that we have a white supremacist in the White House and he poses a mortal threat to people of color all across this country secretary but better o'rourke really stepped forward on the issue that he has staked his campaign on its wobbled some and it got strong based on his own emotional final reaction to the slaughter in his hometown before the chaos broke out. They believe the suspect had been looking for a good place shooting massacre. It represented El Paso in the Congress. The massacre there last month changed him as a candidate. Hell yes we're GONNA take your fifteen or AK forty seven and that came through tonight and if health care and gun laws have been two of the biggest issues you've seen over and over again. I think immigration has got to be the other one right. That's right and horsehair almost began that had you know really challenging Joe Biden about the Obama Administration's deportation policy. Why should Latinos Trust You well. Latinos should look get is comparing this president to the president we have is outrageous and Biden could not say could not defend that policy but you didn't answer the question I solicited you'll make no. Did you make a mistake with those applications. The president did the best thing that was able to be done about you. I'm the vice vice president United States. I think I'm the only person on this stage has been a public schoolteacher. In the rising candidate. The only movement in the post has been from Elizabeth Warren and she had a pretty good night. Let's be clear I've actually never met anybody who likes their health. Insurance Company. I've met people like John Is. She stakes out very bold positions. would that go right to the concerns of the middle class and and the young people as well now sometimes it sounds like a Christmas wish list. You're GonNa get free college free healthcare for childcare but she has a plan and she has the plan to pay for it and so far based on that she's really the primary person in the polls is rising. It's working for I wasn't unhappy lawyer for five whole months. Listen I left to start a business. One of the purposes of these debates especially the there so long is to take a good long look at the candidates as people a lot of folks know about it I by with a bunch of leaders in Newark New Jersey in two thousand and two took on the political machine and boy did they fight back. I had tires on my car. Slash or campaign offices. Were broken broken into five phones were tapped and there was a question from George Stephanopoulos. About how have you overcome setbacks in your life. You did get a window into into the personalities up there but I thought married people to judge really had the answer the night for him I came back from deployment realized that the only get to live one life and I was not interested in not knowing what it was like to be in love any longer so I just came out I thought for the Democratic Credit Party and for the country to hear that story told and how the lesson that he derived from it was that he trusted the voters of South Bend they decided to trust trust me and reelected with eighty percent of the vote even after he came out as gay and I thought that that was a very good moment for him and for the debate in Genoa along

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"texas southern university" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"texas southern university" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"On my way or the highway I support Medicare for all I always have but I wanted to make the plan better which I did which is about offering people choice not taking that from them former congressman Beto o'rourke from Texas a state that suffered two mass shootings recently drew applause for his stance on guns well yes we're gonna take your A. R. fifteen your A. K. forty. ABC hosted the debate in Houston as Democrats talks during that A. B. C. event at Texas Southern University gun violence erupted nearby on the streets of Houston a gun and shot and seriously injured a police officer angering the police chief I'm tired of are the children of our community being shot. throughout this nation I'm tired of police officers this year. the we've had more police officers murdered by gunfire in this country. then by accidents police chief art Acevedo I don't want to hear from politicians tomorrow about how much they care about my ****. they're not here to talk to us about solutions don't bother showing up the officer who was shot during a gunbattle for men police arrested of those men of rusted two of the men searching for a fourth and fatally shot the man who shot the officer. America is listening to fox news..

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"texas southern university" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"texas southern university" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Been doing so successfully Rick regardless of whether they get a bounce yes one of the most interesting things about the field this year is that a lot of the candidates who probably people don't even think could win the nomination say enter game or maybe a while ago P. but a judge people probably didn't think he was likely to win the nomination deep in fund raising a lot and so even if they aren't doing well in the polls which by the way but a judge and yank have been doing better in the polls they could stay in the race for a long time their money is not going to dry up because they make that they've been able to raise so much money and tonight is one of those nights that they are going to be focusing on appealing to possible donors this is a big national audience I wouldn't be surprised if we saw more people tuning into that tonight's debate than the previous two debates simply because it's after Labor Day people are back from summer vacation and they're interested in getting ready to ready to prepare their. opinions about voting given two from our partners at five thirty eight with us here in Houston at Texas Southern University as we near the start of the third democratic debate hosted by ABC news there were two others they were spread out over two nights each my colleague ABC's bread milk you with a look back at how we got to this debate there's a saying in poker chip in the chair meaning as long as you've got a spot at the table you've got a chance well throughout the summer it did not take a lot of chips to land yourself a podium at the democratic debate twenty one different candidates qualified they divvy them up on different nights a lot of Canada still haven't faced each other that all changes tonight because tonight the stakes have been raised..

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Democrats debate in Houston as party looks to win back Texas

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Democrats debate in Houston as party looks to win back Texas

"More ten Democrats set to debate tonight all on one stage in Houston also their ABC's Erin to Turkey the debate here at Texas Southern University is the first side by side match up for front runner Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren. more shoes and they're going to. and they may even on more houses to show more of our democracy herein is among five Democrats that a new ABC news Washington post poll found lead president trump in a head to head race Biden Bernie Sanders coming to Harrison Pete booted judge of the others this debate is hosted by ABC

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Trump campaign flying anti-socialism banner above Democratic debate

Charlie Parker

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Trump campaign flying anti-socialism banner above Democratic debate

"Eyes the trump campaign is planning to fly an airborne banner over the side of this evening's debate at Texas Southern University the campaign says the flying better work will carry the message socialism socialism will kill Houston's economy along with a number to

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"texas southern university" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"texas southern university" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Mix it up Scotus clears policy I'm only a friend says the third democratic presidential debate is set for tonight on the campus of Texas Southern University in Houston quite novel has a preview opposed to the two previous debates this just one night with all ten qualifying candidates on stage together the current front runners Joe Biden Elizabeth Warren debating together for the first time this season and the top two pulling women on the same stage for the first time with Warren and senator Kamel Heris sports the topics many students at Texas Southern wanna hear about issues facing black Americans at least have them acknowledge it and just give more spotlight on it a sense of pride for the historically black college hosting a democratic debate in Texas and this administrator says if you aren't familiar with the values in history of Texas southern they don't know about it tomorrow Clayton novel Houston based spring court is giving a temporary go ahead to a new trump administration rule that prevents most central American immigrants from seeking asylum in the US policy had been to deny asylum to anyone who passes through another country on the way to the U. S. without first seeking protection in that country. fences shut the band thousands of flavored liquids used any cigarette vaporizes the move in response to a recent surgeon under rage vaping health problems after officials say a six person has died from lung disease related to vaping. thank the trump administration is taking a step to combat the epidemic we can't allow people to get sick and we can't have our use be so affected under a new enforcement policy expected in the coming weeks all flavored ECA Gretz other than tobacco flavor will have to be removed from the shelves the products would remain off the market unless they become approved by the FDA I made to get her reporting an attorney for New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio brown says his client plans the counter sue a former trainer who's accusing brown of rape. I believe Francis. I. P. R. palace all of.

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United States, Rich Cuomo And New York discussed on Dave Ramsey

Dave Ramsey

09:14 min | 2 years ago

United States, Rich Cuomo And New York discussed on Dave Ramsey

"The mainstream media now screeches that the very air. We breathe is racist. USA today has a story. There's a race gap and air pollution. Whites largely largely 'cause it blacks and Hispanics. Breathe it there. We're told we're told to believe that one hundred thousand Americans die per year of air pollution. Although the this article I'm about to tell you about does admit that the air in this country has been has been getting significantly cleaner. But for the good of the human race, white people ought to be a radical. And so that everybody else can breathe think of the lives. It's going to save. Makes you wonder whether the anti Jewish propaganda the run up to the holocaust was ever this over the top because this really is absurd. Listen to the story the air that Americans breed is an equal rights USA today pollution is disproportionately caused by whites but disproportionately inhaled by black and Hispanic minorities. Poor air quality remains the largest environment. Women poor air quality remains the largest environmental health risk in the United States. I thought Chuck Schumer just told us that the greatest danger we face as climate change. Thank you. I can't keep up with this stuff. Poor air quality USA today. Right. Remains the largest environmental health risk in the US. The study warns in fact with one hundred thousand deaths per year more Americans die from air pollution. Then car crashes and murders combined. Let's just take the face value. And let's say that that's absolutely correct. Are one hundred thousand deaths are caused every year by air pollution. You know, what we need? More common sense environmental policies. More common sense environmental laws if saves just one life because we're talking about one hundred thousand deaths which they say. Is more Americans die from that. Then car crashes and murders combined. So if we have including suicides, if we have maybe three thousand deaths a year. From guns. Thirty thousand deaths per year from guns. This is three times at number three times the number. I think it's time for Democrats to get focused on what the real problem is. Air pollution. The study's co author Jason hill, an engineering professor at the university of Minnesota who is white writes, even though minorities are contributing less to the overall problem of air pollution. They are affected by more. Is it fair that I create more pollution in somebody else's disproportionately affected by it? Now, he says that while the air in the United States has gotten cleaner in the past decade. Pollution inequality is stubbornly high. He says what is especially surprising is just how large pollution in equity is and has been for well over a decade, the title pollution, analyzing the study is known as pm two point five tiny, grains, a particular matter there, especially dangerous to human health because they get it gets deep into our lungs. Those particles a two point five micrometres far smaller than the width of human hair or produced by car tail pipes. Power plant smokestacks and burning materials. The last I checked. Car tail pipes. Glenn everywhere. Power plant smokestacks. And you might just let's forget about on the ground where the power plant is. But the power plant smokestacks. At least in Colorado, for example. Really aren't in urban areas. And if it goes up the stack in his caught by the wind doesn't that mean that it affects everybody? The study found that black and high Spanich Americans bear a pollution burden. Blacks are exposed to about fifty six percent more pollution than is caused by their consumption. For Hispanics is slightly higher. Hispanics are exposed to sixty three percent more pollution, then is caused by their consumption. However, non Hispanic whites experience a pollution advantage. Meaning they breathe about seventeen percent less air pollution than we. 'cause now the formula they use. Is driven by disparities in the amount of goods and services that groups consume any exposure to the resulting pollution On average, whites tend to consume more than minorities, and that's because of wealth. This guy says. For example. The scientists found that white spend more money on pollution intensive goods and services than do blacks and Hispanics, which means that they generate more pollution than other groups do now think about the so. Because we buy ostensibly we buy more goods and services that create more pollution. So therefore because we we're all breathing the same air. So the disparity is because we buy more goods and services, yet, we breathe the same air that is if it's polluted by those goods and services, we're still breathing. The air produced by those goods and services. Not Hispanic whites. He writes experience about seventy percent less air pollution than they caused. Well, we give someone had to make the pin. You bought at the store says the co author we wanted to look at where the pollution associated with making that pin is located is it close to where people live in who lives there. So for the study the category. Non-hispanic whites also includes Asian Americans. And maybe the Americans this is based on the source that the researchers use government data on personal expenditures from the bureau of labor statistics statistics other experts. Agreed these findings confirm what both grassroots environmental Justice leaders have known for decades whites are dumping their pollution on poor people and people of color, that's a Texas Southern University of public affairs. Professor Robert Bullard Bullard often called the father of environmental Justice happens to be black. I don't think there's much. If any sort of. Whatever I buy. I'm breathing that air to as residents flee New York's high taxes, they're beginning to use extraordinary intrusive audits to get cash from the defectors. You can't leave New York. You cannot leave New York. New York state goes to extraordinarily links to catch wealthy residents who tried to flee. It's burdensome taxes, which is leaving a gaping hole States Treasury. They are facing a two point three billion dollar budget deficit member guests said we can't have good things. We can't have nice things. We have our priorities all screwed up. Here's a great example of that. This is the flip side tax the rich tax the rich tax rich Cuomo said last month, we did God forbid the rich leave. Brilliant observation governor. Tax the rich tax the rich tax the rich. So we did now God forbid the richer leaving. I wonder why. If you are rich, and you keep getting poked, you just keep getting jabbed in jabbed in jabbed, and they just keep taking more and more and more of your money. At some point. You say, you know, what I can keep more of my money. If I if I pack up and move to a state that's not gonna poke poke poke poke me or as Cuomo says tax rates tax Rix, tach tax, the rich.

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Ted Cruz defeats Jimmy Kimmel in charity basketball game

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

02:10 min | 3 years ago

Ted Cruz defeats Jimmy Kimmel in charity basketball game

"Texas senator ted cruz triumphed over late night tv host jimmy kimmel in their much hyped charity basketball game that kimmel dubbed the blob fish basketball classic with the basket worth a single point cruz top kimmel eleven to nine in a two hour one on one match that they agreed to abbreviate late saturday at texas southern university after neither appeared capable of reaching fifteen points winning by two the houston chronicle described the matchup as a slow motion car crash half court basketball speaking for both men kimmel said we apologize to the game of basketball the game was born of a joke from kimmel who said the republican senator resembled the ocean bottom dwelling blob fish oh dear crews responded by challenging kimmel to a basketball game you know who cruise looks like he looks like he looks like buster yes yes oh my god every time in an area near oh my gosh grandpa looks exactly are ted looks like grandpa al what's his name l yeah in real life anyway he kind of looked like the old mayor of new york too ed koch and qatar monster kind of look like ed colleague i liked ed koch host to the people's court he was yeah after judge wapner was great but i think maybe before judy silence husband nobody nobody outshines judy scheindlin she's the greatest the best that ever will be ever it's really amazing to see how out of shape you are when you actually exert yourself and some physical activity and jimmy lost a bunch of weight he looks good ted cruz look like kind of a potato ish you know i was gonna say uncle fester but grandpa munster you know what i mean like he doesn't look like he's in great shape but apparently he's he did by kim wants away you can't always judge the athlete by their body i mean look at babe ruth hit all those home runs on budweiser and syphilis is that what that was what a combination he had the body of john good but before he lost all the weight was the best athlete in the country did it was crazy.

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"texas southern university" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"texas southern university" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The liberal media wants you to believe guns dangerous just because you can be shot by a dog they want you to think it's ridiculous to give a dog access to an automatic rifle but here's the thing unless i misread it the second amendment guarantees the right for bears to have arms and what's the bear bartsch dog we're calling for all dogs to be armed after all the only way to stop a bad dog with a gun is a good dog with a gun testing dog not taken into custody by the way and dental shooting dog was given a frosty pa and everything went fine number one oh how about this ted cruz beats jimmy kimmel in the call this the blob fish basketball classic city pull his pants down like he promised there was no pulling a pants i know that was that was a big shock that didn't actually happen this this was a by two points eleven and nine thousands of people showed up for this it was insanely packed in the stadium they did this and then they agreed to the texas southern is where they did this texas southern university near houston after another appeared capable of reaching fifteen points they decided that they were gonna go who best buy two did you spend more time this week practicing basketball than trying to get those kids out of detention center wow smack talk to a new level all right let's close this thing up five judy pielach standing by she's got the wgn news brought to you by blane's farm and fleet no one's backing down in the fight over president trump's zero immigration policies is the president's critics call the separation of families at the border a humanitarian crisis in mobilize voters ahead of midterm elections the president's former campaign rival hillary clinton is a moral and humanitarian crisis she says every human being with a sense of compassion and decency should be outraged noneuro boy has died of injuries he suffered in a hit and run crash in burbank saturday that also injured his mother and younger sister kayla bell was crossing the street at eighty six than cicero with his family when a car hit them and then kept going surveillance images show gray four door sedan which likely has front end damage oak park police looking for a suspect in the stabbing of chicago resident during an early morning attack sunday on a c t a blue line platform that was in the nine hundred block of south east avenue police say a woman approached the victim ask for money and then stabbed the victim more than a dozen times when she didn't get any and we've got some severe weather coming our way we could get downpours strong winds and maybe even hail we'll check som skilling's forecasts coming up.

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'Bachelor in Paradise' stars Ashley Iaconetti and Jared Haibon are engaged

Donna and Marley

01:37 min | 3 years ago

'Bachelor in Paradise' stars Ashley Iaconetti and Jared Haibon are engaged

"To the tpc twin cities in blaine it'll be for a new fedex cup season events starting next summer so we're going to getting nice golf game here right in the twin cities very exciting news just announced this morning ashleigh i could nettie and jared haibin from the bachelor in paradise well it was announced this morning they are engaged the news was confirmed of hyman getting down on one knee and according to people the reality star pop the question in mexico during the upcoming fifth season of bachelor in paradise so looks like we got stay tuned for that and it looks like ted cruz and jimmy kimmel ara trending they played a little basketball game it was called the blob fish basketball classic and it looked like a ted cruz beat jimmy kimmel eleven to nine in a two hour one on one match that they agreed to abbreviate over the weekend at texas southern university neither appeared cable reaching the fifteen points needed to win so very exciting news that's what's trending mytalk right now and now taking a look at your channel five news weather forecast for today a lot cooler than the weekend high of seventy five low of sixty two with some late rain and then tomorrow mostly cloudy high seventy eight low of sixty three currently it's sixty eight degrees and we've got some isolated showers and thunderstorms here at mytalk now you know what we now see more at mytalk one zero seven one dot com.

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"texas southern university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"texas southern university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The iheartradio app the policy of separating children from their parents as families come across the border from mexico continues to stir passions and anger among critics of the president and even among some of his supporters the president has blamed democrats for a law requiring the separation but there is no such law the policy is based on the trump administration's decision to enforce a zero tolerance policy at the border abc news spoke to one of the president's loudest critics senator richard blumenthal of connecticut democrat especially on father's day we should be cherishing families and supporting them not ripping children away and then literally demagoguing blaming it on democrats or anyone else when there is no law the president will meet with house republicans next week to discuss a compromise immigration proposal conservatives describe it as little more than an amnesty the president had said he wouldn't sign the bill sensually killing it but later the white house backed off that position saying the president had misunderstood the question texas senator ted cruz and late night talk show hosts jimmy kimmel hit the basketball court for a one on one after weeks of back and forth trash talk that began with kimmo poking fun at cruise on twitter the game was played in front of a crowd at texas southern university in houston and was supposed to go fifteen points but was cut short when it was going to long it ended with cruises the winner eleven to nine afterwards kimmel couldn't resist getting in another jazz did you spend more time this week practicing basketball than trying to get those.

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Ted Cruz beats Jimmy Kimmel in basketball battle for bragging rights

America's Healthcare Advocate

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Ted Cruz beats Jimmy Kimmel in basketball battle for bragging rights

"There lobbying work did not take place in the us judge amy berman jackson told manafort's attorney this is not middle school i can't take his cell phone i have no appetite for this manafort will now remain in jail until his trial concludes later this year and it's in the books again between texas senator ted cruz and jimmy kimmel after lots of back and forth trash talk between the republican senator and the late night comedian the two met on the basketball court in texas yesterday for a charity game it ended up with cruz winning eleven to nine kimmel now has to give five thousand bucks to a charity of cruises choice the game was held at texas southern university in houston oh and lastly today is father's day day to celebrate the impact fathers have on our lives and our families and our nation and for.

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"texas southern university" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"texas southern university" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Yeah that game i was so funny i was just talking this week and my friends about that what the fuck was that game just throw wooden hoop down the street and just product with run around this is the time where there are ten objects in the world you do what you can right yeah right exactly anyway i digress back to this story yeah we'll see what happens so it all started because after game seven kibble said some shit about ted cruz looking like a blob fish which he does and then cruises like all right we'll bring your punk ass to the court and get ruled the fuck up we're gonna play one on one basketball and so this saturday at the university of texas southern university they are going to be playing one on one in which should be the most low energy uninteresting game between we wanna stew caucasian man yeah just balling out of control they don't like kids and draft thrown teammates or no sure so funny as as they put it baller verse blob fish so we'll see what happens i don't kimmel don't think they probably going to get his ass kicked if cruz played varsity who would've love to see that in like watch kim ted cruz the nasty drop step i don't want to see proof that ted cruz is good at anything i don't either i don't either but i would also laugh so hard if like ted cruz actually he was on some like drew shit yes hit fucking kimmel would like a nice jab step how the fallen back fade away like four if they just have like steve nash and ted cruz make.

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"texas southern university" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"texas southern university" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Who do you think who do you think it is is that your favorite person is congresswoman maxine waters to texas southern university class stay woke the word woke as much as i've learned that they hate the words yanni and laurel or whatever the hell it is and here's the if you don't know what i'm talking about with respect to gammy or yanni or laurel or whatever count your blessings don't go look it up the graduating class of texas southern university was reminded friday evening that the fate of the country you'll love this guy's again you'll love this one you wonder note i know a guy that works for the houston chronicle but it's not him john hardin wrote the story listen closely because if you think that i was suicidal fifteen minutes ago or eight minutes ago whatever it was wait till you hear this the graduating class of texas southern university was reminded friday evening by none other than maxine waters that the fate of the country is in the hands of lawyers no i came into the i came into the program today just despondent depressed just ready to commit harry carey right here on on air you guys kept it was coming sooner or later.

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"texas southern university" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"texas southern university" Discussed on KOMO

"The white house is trying to clean up a potentially incriminating statement by president trump's attorney rudy giuliani abc's tara palmeri reports from the white house interview with the huffington post giuliani credited the president with blocking the time mortar at and t l saying the president denied the merger they didn't get the result they wanted during the campaign trump spoke out against it too much concentration of power in the hands of too few the administration has maintained that trump had no influence on the decision giuliani walking back those comments telling cnn the president told him directly he didn't interfere well it was giuliani who i reveal the president knew about an alleged hush payment made to porn stars stormy daniels the president later said his attorney didn't have all the facts from homeless mom to law school graduate a texas woman's inspiring journey he should champs beat the odds earned her law degree friday i made it i made it the single mom graduated from the law school at texas southern university quite a comeback from two thousand nine when a fire destroyed everything she had she also lost her job and the father of two of her children die from cancer she has five kids ranging in age from five to fourteen and they are what kept her going never give up now the old mom is studying for the bar exam montereau veira abc news this is abc news with the stock market at all komo aaa traffic of the big project for the.

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Rudy Giuliani says Trump "denied" AT and T - Time Warner merger

News, Traffic and Weather

01:32 min | 3 years ago

Rudy Giuliani says Trump "denied" AT and T - Time Warner merger

"The white house is trying to clean up a potentially incriminating statement by president trump's attorney rudy giuliani abc's tara palmeri reports from the white house interview with the huffington post giuliani credited the president with blocking the time mortar at and t l saying the president denied the merger they didn't get the result they wanted during the campaign trump spoke out against it too much concentration of power in the hands of too few the administration has maintained that trump had no influence on the decision giuliani walking back those comments telling cnn the president told him directly he didn't interfere well it was giuliani who i reveal the president knew about an alleged hush payment made to porn stars stormy daniels the president later said his attorney didn't have all the facts from homeless mom to law school graduate a texas woman's inspiring journey he should champs beat the odds earned her law degree friday i made it i made it the single mom graduated from the law school at texas southern university quite a comeback from two thousand nine when a fire destroyed everything she had she also lost her job and the father of two of her children die from cancer she has five kids ranging in age from five to fourteen and they are what kept her going never give up now the old mom is studying for the bar exam montereau veira abc news this is abc news with the stock market at all komo aaa traffic of the big project for the.

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"texas southern university" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"texas southern university" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In one thousand nine hundred three sidebar thurgood marshall school of law is part of texas southern university's texas southern university in houston the jeffrey emails that was after the ford foundation had shifted the responsibility to fund it back to the state of texas but the foundation played a monumental role in helping the school survive thanks calliope he tweeted how does your guest expect our new tax law to affect charitable giving i think there's been a lot of research but very few answers about this and so the the conversation has toggle between two extremes one it's not going to have any deleterious effect to the sky is falling and there will be billions of dollars that will be lost in giving we actually don't know the answer to that but i do think that we should be concerned whenever we have a circumstance that puts at risk the very financing the very resources that are needed to ensure that poor people and and people who are vulnerable are not taking care of let's talk about media for a second as we mentioned the ford foundation was instrumental in getting sesame street off the ground mister rogers neighborhood helping the predecessor assessor to pbs get off the ground national educational television you wrote in a recent op ed about the lack of diversity in media and the impact on polarization disconnection the lack of civil discourse in this country talk more about that is that something that you still see a role for philanthropy or have we reached a point where we as americans just need to decide to stop yelling and screaming at one another while i think the role of philanthropy and media going back to the nineteen sixties and the particular op ed that you mentioned was was a response to the kerner commission the fiftieth anniversary of the kerner commission which itself identified the issue of a lack of diversity at contributing to the response to the riots so we had primarily white men reporting on what was happening to america's cities and so the reporting not surprisingly was the very problem oriented reporting and so you had headlines like the negro problem we were framed through the lens of deficit and i think that challenge continues today and so the role of philanthropy is to help encourage the kind of media we want to see a media that is diverse robust vibrant and represents the people of.

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"texas southern university" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"texas southern university" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"I don't know why didn't know this earlier but did you know that waffle house caters meals and if you have more than twenty guests or planning to spend more than two hundred dollars they'll offer quote the same unique experiences in a restaurant they also have a food truck called the waffle truck that looks like a restaurant on wheels i don't know how i didn't know this but i do know that i'm going to put in a request for this year at one of the high for all the southern companies we work for we should have had like a catered meal from wath that's going to be interesting i wonder how the catering works like do waffles travel well truck's too apparently when a man walked into a south carolina walls at two am and found the one employee asleep he actually took his meal into his own hands he waited about ten minutes and then he took selfish as he cooked a double bacon cheese steak melt on the grill i love that he didn't just like make bacon and eggs like he went all out with this and then he cleaned the grill later the walls actually offered him a job that's amazing i'm guessing that other guy probably well when teenage waitress was photographed cutting up food for an older patron and lamarque texas it went viral this year and inner honor the town's mayor declared march eighth two thousand eighteen niimi williams day and even better than that texas southern university actually offered her a scholarship for four thousand dollars a semester which is amazing a lot of money what's amazing is that you read those sorts of stories all over the place in the bone petite story andrew knowlton talks about how easy it is to recognize the waffle house lean as he calls it when patrons are drunk and sleep you know how you watched a wonderful waitress put a cold towel on patrons neck given this little shoulder massage and revive him but that's actually not my fact that's just the sweet story so my last one is did you know that every year waffle house celebrates valentine's day.

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"texas southern university" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"texas southern university" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"So now her story gets the attention of texas southern university president austin lane lamarque is near the university's hometown of houston so he sees it several alumni see it and they all get together and they award her a sixteen thousand dollar scholarships you hopes to one day study business administration and open up her own restaurant or hair salon how about that that's an eighteen year old how about a sixteen year old that is inspiring jade hey meister sixteen year old ozzy set out to complete the polar quest which i didn't know what this was apparently that's where you ski from the north and south poles so you ski to the north and south poles rather and you cross the planet's largest polar ice cap here's the best part she didn't even know how to ski she said if you have a goal or dream just get started as soon as you get started you're in the process the story was reported on megan kelly today so she goes to this intense training and becomes the youngest person in history to ski the north pole from anywhere outside the last degree in fact she traveled more than ninety three miles on skis in freezing temperatures dragging a sled that weight as much as she did so this is not like slalom we on the hill like this is cross country getting after it the explore netflix learned key step along during she wants to share with other teens stop fixating on what you look like concentrate on what you want to achieve how about that she posted this challenge on instagram because she had forty three days without showering there you go went on to give it ted talk as well pretty cool her name he won't check out that ted talk jade hey meister from saying that right h a m e i s t e r and our final story the highest compliment one can give any baker is to say that his or her cake is just as good as their grandma's recipe but one of those pastries are actually made by real grandma's.

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"texas southern university" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"texas southern university" Discussed on KOMO

"Up one of those familiar signs warning unauthorized vehicles will be impounded trouble is the city says cars are authorized to park their and now the city is finding opitz five hundred dollars a day or you can find on my building wit deter people from blocking act left meadow opitz says she has now racked up finds exceeding five hundred forty five thousand dollars to which she can only shrug i'm either being put out of it in my building or i'll be put out to put the fine take effect corwin hake komo news well here's a wonderful story at galveston texas waitresses caught p kind so she got a big payoff 18yearold anthony williams was working at an area awful house restaurant on a busy saturday morning when she despite the rush took the time to help an elderly customer who was in need another waitress took a photo of the seemingly tiny gesture and posted it on social media that post went viral now ebony is getting quite a tip she said a day named after her in the city of lamar texas and she's received the sixteen thousand dollars scholarship to texas southern university all because she did what she called nothing special threecard muscle leases you reporting tuesday spoken county medical examiner's have been cleared in an investigation by the state department of health now this review came last year at the urging of family members who complained that their loved ones autopsy findings made no sense at all the story now from comost carleen johnson the department of health says these two medical examiners in spokane county followed the standard of care and four gene autopsies reviewed these were cases where families questioned the findings like the case of dr susan marshall whose husband john marshall was the chief of surgery at the va hospital he went for a run one morning an early 2016 his body was later found along the river by heart a public multiple other families contacted me dr susan marshaled tells coma police initially ruled her husband's death suspicious but later said there was nothing to investigate he had drowned in the river other families who questioned the.

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"texas southern university" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:47 min | 4 years ago

"texas southern university" Discussed on KTRH

"Was the head of the federalist society at texas southern university and he had invited briscoe cain a state representative a conservative state representative to tsu campus that is predominantly but not exclusively black anna school with a historical black accredidation are legacy and it had turned ugly in a gam pretty nasty they had been some and intimidation tactics engaged upon and the event was finished early the president of the university shut down the event and said that they had not gone through the process necessary to two of secure proper authorization well we all knew that was ally the president has been embarrassed if he's capable of that because this was e a law school event to his credit the interim dean of the third good marshall school of law at texas southern university james douglas says quote we have a process here in the law school and they went through our process in setting up the event the interim dean in says quote the speaker had a first amendment right to be heard by the students that invited him will vents not exactly correct by i'll overlook that he says he's investigating why the speech was shut down tsu says it has invited came back for quote a deliberative dialogue at a university approved event translate should they got some heat from some folks in austin who said you gotta come up here for appropriations and you're over there acting like a bunch of thugs and goons that's embarrassing knock that off invite him back let him speak you don't even have to announce events going to happen and move on down the road you've you've made a fool of yourself a stop it that's what happened it is lavender lived charred wednesday and that means win the davis is ireland dr d laugh at this week she still getting puff piece is from the national media she says she's tracking the quote electoral climate index zim quote for a potential future run sweetheart please these run for every thing run for everything you can possibly run for because you will ensure that republicans win the new york media just a doors abortion barbie texans think she's a joke the beneficiary of.

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"texas southern university" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:59 min | 4 years ago

"texas southern university" Discussed on KTRH

"So a bit of a kerfuffle on the campus at texas southern university who's this daniel was this last night of the night before while yesterday at noon with the event oh that's the reason i was up on the tommy i'm sorry okay you said that the dean came and spoke to you yesterday afternoon i assumed it was in a nighttime vinnie okay all right so this was a noon event was lunch served i re we had to play oh now we had faithfully cookies and you oh owe well and in your vehicle the chick fil laboring limits you you did chickfila bring the pickles no the new cook even take over from hud oh in then chicken sandwiches from four hundred chicken nuggets oh wow okay who pays for that so far i have on the national argue the um uh agreed to reimburse reasonable kyw that go toward a federal society event down okay how do you decide how many nuggets per people per person um i gained that an ordinary person my one any coun and choline brought her now her fifty people at any coun i also knew we who have you vegetarian uh who so i wrote cookies and hickel last night that's thoughtful and and juice i i bring you had on coffee or tea okay fair enough were you surprised by the reaction to this speech to me did you expect this to create such a furor did you expect people to react like this um i would cry vying the shouting content between professor walker indian buying them i would primed then the student leading the chance you can call dan crack me in the back ahead when i turned away from him what was the chant well the chand as i recall where louisville rate is comes to town shut it down and.

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