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"tracy martin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:08 min | Last month

"tracy martin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Heaviest rain now between Venus and may pearl again everything's moving towards the radar site in towards Binbrook in Burlison watch I'm Joshua and keen here over the next fifteen minutes or so sixty mile an hour winds maybe some pea size hail there just south of Venus and operate as it crosses over sixty seven got another pretty strong storm with an outflow boundary that stretches from well trophy club over towards AZL and back to the west of fort worth this is moving north west and actually you'll get about twelve degree temperature drop in Tarrant county here over the past twenty minutes or so and it has prompted a couple of strong storms nothing severe there between the just on the east side to DFW airport from grapevine down through Irving towards grand prairie another get storm there between current and little how many eastern Denton county and just moderate rain east of Dallas all the way out twenty and thirty with some stronger storms up around the Greenville area again heavy rain will continue off and on through sunset and and more storms late overnight tonight as a dry line activated brings a squall line toward just after midnight I'll keep an eye on things again that storm warning for Johnson County until four o'clock for sixty mile per hour wind there along sixty seven thirty five W. back to programming we now join our scheduled program already in progress on newsradio ten eighty KRLD offers ten fearful white vinyl argon filled double hung double pane windows installed for just thirty nine eighty we thought maybe he was cooking the books but Jim Dotson knows he's an honest quality guy that's why America's choice windows is the official window covering up Texas home improvements and now you're straight to repeat everything I just told you if you think you need to pay up to fourteen hundred dollars for a good quality one I'm gonna prove you wrong this is Tracy Martin owner of America's choice one is and I'm gonna get you ten one double pane windows argon filled a thirty nine eighty call today two one four three nine oh five five nine eight that's two one four three nine oh five five nine eight online and America's choice one is dot net America's choice one is the official one of company of Texas home improvement if you're thinking about doing some electrical maybe you're talking about running some new circuits are a new switches or Hey maybe you need a new breaker panel because yours is just old and outdated.

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"tracy martin" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:17 min | 11 months ago

"tracy martin" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Are taking a view on emerging market local currency denominated debt you we've seen that you're looking at this chart here and how it shows that this is this is so bad so bearish bets on the vine act JPM ETF in local currency bones the C. have been decreasing markedly so people are becoming rapidly last aeration this particular sector and if you add in the anecdotal evidence that we get a movie speaking to double sorry Goldman Sachs **** management just a few days ago this is the place to be in this environment as yields had ever allow so if you're in the merging markets than local currency bone seems to be a popular place to stay Justin Carrigan are emerging markets managing editor thank you so much for that it is time now for Bloomberg size and scope every day we break down one superlative from our coverage and today's number is a three hundred and forty eight billion dollars to explain why is Bloomberg cross asset reporter Eric class Eric it's good to see you three hundred forty eight billion what is it we've got a bit of a changing of the guard at the top of the financial industry today visa just tops JP Morgan with a market valuation of three earned forty eight billion dollars that puts them at number two in the world now behind Berkshire Hathaway now the really interesting thing here and what really stings at JP Morgan and some other banks actually used to own visa until they spun it off in a two thousand eight IPO which was described by the former CEO at American Express as the worst strategic blunder in twenty years ouch thank you very much across acid reporting the numbers it is quite staggering story actually is that Tracy intends the size on these payments come these quick snapshot all the markets before we leave do you trust the turnaround that's the question and that's worth bearing in mind couple notes coming through from one of our gas Tracy Martin alone over it made basically saying he remembers the LTCM in nineteen ninety eight with the turn around in the markets but it didn't last very long as the equities Rob Roy is up as kind of the folly.

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"tracy martin" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"tracy martin" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

"That are in your bag. So I recently started using Barbara strum, she's amazing. And I can't even pronounce one of the serums slick. Hi, you're on or something. That one. I lama. Oh, I'm sure you've tried it. Knows better than she would just on the show too. Yeah, I saw. I like her face cream to it's amazing, especially in the winter. When your skin is getting dry mean here in LA. It's not like that. But in New York City, we've had such a cold winter. I also love Sunday, Riley's caffeinated eye cream it really removes dark circles and it's not very expensive. It's still the affordable. It's great. And I have been using a lot of Tracy Martin stuff, there, nontoxic, and all clean product. So, yeah, I pretty much cleaned up. A lot of my skin care makeup and everything because I was going crazy. I'm like, what is causing my hives, and there's a store in New York, where you can literally bring all of your makeup, your dachshund shit. And then you sit down when they'll do you make a for you. And then you leave with all non toxic products. It's called credo in so hall, and it's makeup, your dachshund shit. And then you sit down when they'll do you make a for you. And then you leave with all non toxic products. It's called credo in so hall, and it's amazing that such a good idea. Yeah. What is the book a podcast could tell television show that you would recommend to our audience any kind of resource? I just started watching marvelous, MRs Mazel so good. What's that? It's just like a fun. It's a one about that starts to be a stand up comedian. Yeah. Yeah. No. You never it's hard to get into shows with because she'll get into like one episode and then give up but I just downloaded the sopranos because you tell me when we weren't Sean, and I just started watching I've never seen it. Can you believe so I'm on season one episode to the sopranos the best show that's ever existed in life of watched it three times through Tony. Now is my crush? Yeah. You'll fall in love with his q, you'll like I'm obsessed with it. I'm gonna just work towards. I'm going to get the big bald out when you wear your robe, you sort of look like him. You like let everything hang out in front of me. I feel like in front of everyone else. You're like all buttoned up tight, but then you just let everything hang out with you it cost the stage I guess decks, down your leg. Can't god. Where can everyone find? You yourself out, Instagram handle website, everything healthy with nutty dot com. Instagram

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"tracy martin" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"tracy martin" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Morning for commuters heading into work last night. Of course was another story. Actually, it was the same story. Just a different time of the day was a nightmare last night. Trying to get home any rose remained slick this morning, but last night's commute that resulted in nearly four hundred crashes statewide to be a fresh reminder to allow plenty of time as well. As plenty of space for the car in front of you Steve patrol reports. 392 crashes as of nine forty five last night forty five of which lead to injuries ninety five vehicles been off the road and seven semi trucks. Jackknifed thirty five W north in Richfield was closed for more than an hour this morning for a jackknifed semi. But that's now back open. Forecasters have southern Minnesota under a winter storm watch starting Saturday with the possibility of heavy snow along the way. Ninety corridor in Minneapolis Sloan Martin W C C O still looking into how an inmate escaped from the Hennepin county jail yesterday morning, it happened around seven o'clock Fifty-seven-year-old, Michael Frank Simon reportedly made it out of this seventh story window, although authorities are not confirming that it was found about three hours later during a traffic stop in little Canada, major Tracy Martin is with the Hennepin county sheriff's office of a lot of work to do just in reviewing this incident and piecing it all together Simon has been behind bars since late September on charges of credit card fraud as well as a hold for burglary from the department of corrections. Prosecutors have charged the Saint Cloud man now with a gross misdemeanor, but not a hate crime for allegedly having his son dumped deer carcasses on the hoods of two cars owned by Somali American men, sixty two year old Daniel Dorian Nolan was charged with contributing to the delinquency of a child the complaint alleges that Nolan watched as his fourteen year old dumped the carcass on the cars Nolan telling police that he didn't know who owned the cars he was not trying to target the drivers. Governor elect him walls. Lieutenant governor elect Peggy Flanagan her off today on a five day one Minnesota statewide listening tour from Laverne to LA crescent to how to grand Portage the two will travel to all four corners of the state asking Minnesotans what values perspectives and leadership characteristics. They want to see in their commissioners. And in the administration. Ben Shire is mayor of Fergus falls anytime. The governor comes the community wants to listen. That's I think that's a good time walls and plan again may split up over the next couple of days as they make their way around the state listening to the concerns of Minnesotans, including those in otter tail county here, whether it's DNR or the agricultural Commissioner posts control agency, you know, the peace all these different agencies affect people's lives to have the opportunity to say, this is what we need to see and to see it through Susie Jones WCC. Oh, there's no mystery from Minneapolis bookstore. Get help from the public or close have a tiny. Any kids section in a tiny true crime? But the rest of the books, we have our mystery fiction. Abraham the only employee at once upon a crime, a mom and pop owned bookstore in the Whittier neighborhood the store around twenty six th and lyndale. It's about fifty thousand dollars to stay open after their parking spaces were taken away and a water main burst. They watched.

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"tracy martin" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"tracy martin" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Part of an effort to persuade folks to leave and move to a new a nearby emergency shelter by mid December. The investigation continues this morning as to how inmate got out of the Hennepin county jail yesterday happened about seven AM Fifty-seven-year-old, Michael Frank Simon reportedly made it out of a seventh story window. Authorities. Not confirming that he was found about three hours later during a traffic stop in little Canada, major Tracy Martin is with the sheriff's office. She says they're reviewing protocol had a lot of different people within our agency that are going to take a look at this incident. We have our jail staff who certainly is, you know, looking at everything that happened policies procedures. They have our investigative staff that have already been, you know, fully involved in this this morning our patrol staff, you know, everybody Simon had been behind bars since late September. Charges of credit card fraud as well. As the department of corrections had him on hold for burglary. Prosecutors have charged the Saint Cloud man with a gross misdemeanor, but not a hate crime for allegedly having his son dumped deer carcasses on the hoods of two cars owned by Somali American men, sixty two year old Daniel Dorian Nolan was charged with contributing to the delinquency of a child the complaint alleges that Nolan watched his fourteen year old dumped the carcasses on the cars. He tells police that he didn't know who owned those cards and was not targeting. The drivers the mighty Mississippi runs right through Minneapolis. But much of the shoreline to the north of the city is still industrial and not accessible to the public. The city's park foundation announcing yesterday it's getting a million dollars to start construction of what they're calling river. I the collaborative effort includes the city, the parks and private funding park foundation. Executive director. Tom Iverson says river, I will allow more people to enjoy the valuable resources neighborhoods north and.

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"tracy martin" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"tracy martin" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"W date on actor. Hannifin county jail inmate is back in custody after making a daring escape is morning. Fifty seven year old Michael Frank. Simon was talk in Canada around him. During a targeted traffic. Stop. Simon busted out of the Hennepin county adult detention center around seven o'clock this morning reports indicate he somehow made it out of a seven storey window and got down to the street level. But authorities are not confirming that major Tracy Martin is with the Hennepin county sheriff's office. She says they will review the protocol. Have a lot of different people within our agency that are going to take a look at this incident. We have our jail staff who certainly is, you know, looking at everything that happened policies procedures. They have our investigative staff that have already been fully involved in this this morning our patrol staff, you know, everybody. She says the facility opened in two thousand one and no one has ever broken out. Simon had been behind bars since late September on charges of credit card fraud as well. As Minnesota department of corrections hold for burglary, a one hundred fifty million dollar plan to bring a rapid transit bus line to interstate thirty five w took a big step forward today. The federal transit administration announced it will indeed fund the remaining seventy million dollars needed to complete. The project means that we can move ahead with the other pieces of the project and Richfield Bloomington and Burnsville ultimately leading toward implementation of service along the line in twenty twenty one metro transit director of bus rapid transit Charles Carlson says part of the thirty. Five W reconstruction project is to accommodate the new orange line, which he says will include a transit only lane into downtown Minneapolis on twelfth street and the new lake street station in the middle of the freeway. The Minneapolis riverfront north of the city will be transformed starting next year. Thanks to a one million dollar gift from the Bank of America. It's called river. I it's the unfinished legacy of the Minneapolis park system. Really, Minneapolis park foundation executive director, Tom Iverson. This is the section.

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"tracy martin" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"tracy martin" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"W update, I'm Ed Gerland era's a Hennepin county jail inmate is back in custody after making a daring escape this morning. Fifty seven year old Michael Frank Simon was caught in little Canada around ten AM apparently during a targeted traffic. Stop. Simon busted out of the Hennepin county adult detention center around seven o'clock this morning reports indicate he somehow made it out of a seven storey window and got down to the street level. But authorities are not confirming that major Tracy Martin's with the Hennepin county sheriff's office. She says they will review the protocol had a lot of different people within our agency that are going to take a look at this incident. We have our jail staff who certainly is looking at everything that happened policies procedures. They have our investigative staff that have already been fully involved in this this morning our patrol staff, you know, everybody. She says the facility opened in two thousand one and no one has ever broken out. Simon had been behind bars since late September. On charges of credit card fraud as well as they Minnesota department of corrections. Hold for burglary, a one hundred fifty million dollar plan to bring a rapid transit bus line to interstate thirty five w took a big step forward today. The federal transit administration announced it will indeed fund the remaining seventy million dollars needed to complete. The project means that we can move ahead with the other pieces of the project and Richfield Bloomington and Burnsville ultimately leading toward implementation of service along the line in twenty twenty one metro transit director a bus. Rapid transit Charles Carlson says part of the thirty five W reconstruction project is to accommodate the new orange line, which he says will include a transit only lane into downtown Minneapolis on twelfth street and the new lake street station in the middle of the freeway. The Minneapolis riverfront north of the city will be transformed starting next year. Thanks to a one million dollar gift from the Bank of America. It's called river. I as the unfinished legacy of the Minneapolis park. System. Really Minneapolis park foundation. Executive director, Tom Iverson. This is the section of.

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"tracy martin" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

12:27 min | 1 year ago

"tracy martin" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"All right back to work. We go thirty three minutes after the top of their you're at home with Gary Sullivan as we get into the heating season. I know a lot of people will be calling in their back bedrooms will be cold in there upstairs will be cold. And they wanna know why. And they just bought this super energy-efficient furnace and in other. They're there. Mother heating, building go down that much and they'll call on us. A you know what what's going on? Now, always talk about the whole system. Yeah. You're buying the furnace the heater. And you got a system of ductwork pipes that run throughout the house that distribute the heated air that you just paid for. But at that heated air doesn't get to those rooms doesn't help you much, right? And if that furnaces real fishing, but you're losing that heated air along the highway of Duckworth. It's not very efficient as so that's why we have brought in Tracy Martin shoes with a company called arrow seal, and you can check this out at EROs seal dot com. But Tracy helped me out what what's going on there? Well, thanks, Gary. Thanks for having me. So what's going on? I mean, you you nailed it precisely the furnace itself makes the air temperature controls the air, but without the highway as you as you put it the ductwork to deliver it to all of the living spaces in the room. If you have little holes along the way that air is creeping out leaking out. It's kind of like if you have a garden hose, you want water to get out the end of it right yet. If you have a soaker hose, it's not gonna work very well. Exactly. So I don't know if you've got the data for this. But just give me your thoughts on it. A typical home. We got a gamut of aged homes out there. Would you say most people's ductwork is compromised? Yeah. Actually, I do have the data from the department of energy. All right. So department of energy estimates that ninety five percent of homes leaky ductwork and another misconception. That's out. There is you might hear someone say, well, I have new ductwork new desperate can still leak. Well, it's just because you put two pieces of anything together, and it's prone to having points of leakage. Now, you may not know this. In fact, I know you don't know this, but was seventeen years old. My job was to run Duckworth. And I don't think duct works installed like this anymore because when I used to have to do and I had to do it. Right. That when we put those two foot pieces together, we'd have to run little heck said screws and make sure those duck works were connected. I'm not so sure that's done anywhere anymore. Yeah. I mean, there's there are different approaches to the installation of criers and the fitting of the two pieces. Certain states across the country have codes now that require doctorate be sealed when it's installed. So when you were saying that ninety five percent of figure of duck works leaky in the United States. I thought I had it sounds like we need new duck in our homes. We need newer technology. Duck works that probably help would Harris y'all helps to. Yeah. Well, it's going to go there too. Yeah. Because well, you know, you're not going to run out of business. If ninety five percent of the homes have leaky ductwork, if we changed it you you got you got fifty years to go your ghetto. That's that is true. All right. So so it's a good bet that everyone that's listening. They're not getting the efficiency out of that furnace. They're not getting that heated air to the places they want. So what is aero seal seal is technology that was developed about twenty years ago? By the department of energy acts, really? Yep. Down at the UC Berkeley lab. And it was it was developed to help make the duct system more efficient. That's the best way to put it to seal up those tiny holes and cracks that are are typical in an adopted system. And also, it's a it's a long term, you know, almost permanent type solution. So once you do this technology it seals up the ductwork, and it's guaranteed for ten years. But it's been stress tested to last up to forty years. So in most cases as long as you're going to be in your home. Right. Right. So it's kind of a liner. Well, kind of some people to simplify it look at it like can like six a flat in a way. Okay. But to be real precise about it. It doesn't actually coat the ductwork. What it does is? It finds those holes. You have a balloon. Pop a hole in it. You're gonna have air escaping out of that hole right pressure. Right. Right. Our technology is able to find those holes and then seal from the outside in negative air pressure. Exactly. That's exactly right. So sounds sucks. Elites and seals. It Bada Bing is that right? Is that? Okay. All right. So so I had this done to my home. And I don't know when it was. But I'm gonna say. Thirteen years ago, and I noticed the difference immediately. So if a homeowner first of all you've got to find a deal, that's install net. I'm assuming that you aerosol dot com. Yep. Amazon dot com and there's a locator their Kerr. Okay. So I call this company up, and I say, I want you to check my Duckworth. Okay. The ARA system itself will check to see how leaky the ductwork is. So we do a before and after type comparison when they hook up the machine. They can run a test to see whether they charge it like a blower door test for a house. It's it's kind of like what's called a duct blaster tests. Similar okay. Different dealers approach it differently. You know, what they may or may not charge for that? But there's other ways, Gary, I mean, you I can walk around my house, you can walk around your house and just use your eyes to look for signs of duct leakage. It's really it's really pretty easy to find. Right. I talked to my mom, and my sister about it, and they were able to just walk around and find evidence that oh gosh. I could have what kind of evidence they find. Well, one of the easiest, of course, you mentioned it, right? When we began this segment here in it's a lot of people think it's normal for that that far room to be colder than the rest of the old is normal of ninety five percent of the people have leaky. Heck, but but if you're duct system is designed properly and working the way it's supposed to and you've got a good working piece of equipment. Right. That's not supposed to happen. You should have nice even temperatures throughout your home. So there's your on telltale sign. Dust. A big one. That's where I knew it on the grill or the registers writing. I before I before I was in this industry. I thought that was just a normal thing. But that's signs of what we call infiltration. Meaning your duct can actually be pulling air vacuum. Exactly right into the holes of the joints. Right. And I don't wanna breathe out of my vacuum. I don't know about you. Yeah. So then they say, but I got a filter on my furnace. It's all after the filter. That's right. Okay. So it's kind of sucking in distributing that insulation all of your house. That's right. Okay. And then I think the another big telltale sign that you you also mentioned is a lot of homeowners will by higher efficiency furnaces or AC's and expect to see a big energy savings. But then really don't they really don't get that benefit. They don't see it in that handle. What's happening? Why am I not getting the savings, and it's probably because there's some kind of efficiency drain like that leakage. I'll tell you. Maybe you agree with me. Maybe you won't. But if you just give a basement, your home, and you just kind of look at the duck work in the basement in between the Joyce and you see gaps. I mean, you kind of see what kind of ductwork system you have. Because remember for the most part the ductwork. We can't see it is the attic, it's in the walls. It's it's in places we can't get too. But the basement you can see it. And when I started looking into it myself before I called or checked into the. The air seal. I start looking at this work is a mess, and I'm getting up there with some silicone. I'm getting there with aluminum tape. And I started taping all these up, and then I had this moment and said, well, this is just the basement wonder what's going on inside. I can't see what's inside the wall. Exactly completely agree with you. You're right. With a quick examination of the part that you can see right? It can be Representative of all my gosh. What's behind the walls in the attic? What's you're right. You're right. So I had a company come out and they did the test with the air. I think they stopped closed the registers put little whatever they put over him shut him off shut them down, and they tested the pressure. So I had a four ton air conditioner in furnace four-time. And they were able to measure how much air I was getting through that ductwork. What it most people get, you know? I mean, I know what my status was. But. Is it twenty five percent fifty percent on average on average? It's probably going to be in that twenty five to forty percent rain one was twenty five Soza ton unit. Now think about this this four tons and I was losing one ton air. Amazing. You're not getting paid for. Yeah. I mean, that's amazing twenty five percents a lot. So it was like I really hit a three ton unit. So it was too small for the house. I mean, you can look at it that way. Yup. When they were finished. It was one sixteenth of a ton. I was missing because there's one area. I can't remember what the issue was one sixteenth of a ton and they were in. But from the testing in the application it was three quarters of a day after day. I can't remember what the full day, and that's how. So tell me what they use an air. I I it's almost like an aerosol, isn't it? Yeah. So, you know, the fancy chemical name is vinyl acetate polymer. But but nobody knows what the heck that is. Right. So it's a non-toxic component. It's the same component. You're gonna find in things like chewing gum baby pacifier. That's completely safe. It's a liquid to begin with our system heats. It up turns it into an aerosol. And then just like the guys did at your house. They'll block off all the registers. So the the duct system is as closed off as it can be the aerosol through the duct system as I described before it will find those little holes for where the air is leaking out seal them up from the outside move on down the trunk line sale up until they're all sealed now. So we know what some of the benefits are going to be. We'll talk about them. But I'm sure by listening is like a cost, and I know that's probably over all over the board. But. Do you know what the return on investment is do you recoup that in two years three years five years or? Yeah. Yeah. And again that that does vary for sure across the country. But most homeowners are gonna see a return within about three years three years. You return the comfort immediately. Well, that's true. Test that the other way to look at it is in some respect you're already spending that money right to heat and cool your home a portion of it at least maybe not going where you want it to go. So in some you've got a little savings account in a right, right? Right. Right. You're already spending that money now. Let's just put that air where you want it to her. Absolutely. All right. Daniel of somebody has a question.

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"tracy martin" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"tracy martin" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Brought to you by the metal roofing alliance. All right back to work. We go thirty three minutes after the top of their you're at home with Gary Sullivan as we get into the heating season. I know a lot of people will be calling in their back bedrooms will be cold in there upstairs will be cold. And they wanna know why. And they just bought this super energy-efficient furnace and in other. They're their mother heating building go down that much, and they'll call us, the, you know, well, what's going on? Now, he's talking about the whole system. Yeah. You're buying the furnace the heater. And you got a system of ductwork pipes that run throughout the house that distribute the heated air that you just paid for. But at that heated air doesn't get to those rooms doesn't help you much, right? And if that furnaces real fishing, but you're losing that heated air along the highway of work. It's not very efficient as so that's why we have brought in Tracy Martin shoes with a company called EROs seal, and you can check this out at EROs seal dot com. But Tracy helped me out what what's going on there? Well, thanks, Gary. Thanks for having me. So what's going on? I mean, you you nailed it precisely the furnace itself makes the air temperature controls the air, but without the highway as you as you put it the ductwork to deliver it to all of the living spaces in the room. If you have little holes along the way that air is creeping out leaking out. It's kind of like if you have a garden hose, you want water to get out the end of it. Right. Yeah. And if you have a soaker hose, it's not gonna work very well. Exactly. Yeah. So I don't know if you've got the data for this just give me your thoughts on it, a typical home. We got a gamut of aged homes out there. Would you say most people's ductwork is compromised? Yeah. Actually, I do have the data on. Yeah. And it's from the department of energy. All right department of energy estimates that ninety five percent of homes leaky ductwork and another misconception. That's out. There is you might hear someone say, well, I have new ductwork. New desperate can still leap. It's just because you put two pieces of anything together. And it's prone to having points of leakage. Now, you may not know this. In fact, I know you don't know this boa seventeen years old. My job was to run ductwork. And I don't think duct works installed like this anymore because when I used to have to do and I had to do it. Right. That when we put those two foot pieces together, we'd have to run little heck said screws and make sure those Duckworth connected. I'm not so sure that's done anywhere anymore. Yeah. I mean, there's there are different approaches to the installation of the fitting of the the two pieces. Certain states across the country have codes now that require Dr. When it's installed. So when you were saying that ninety five percent of figure of duck works leaky in the United States. I thought I had as sounds like we need new ductwork in our homes. We need newer technology. Duck works that probably help would harass y'all helps to well. It going to go there too. Yeah. Because well, you know, you're not going to run out of business. If ninety five percent of the homes have leaky ductwork, if we changed it, you you got you got fifty years to go your ghetto that is true. All right. So so it's a good bet that everyone that's listening. They're not getting the efficiency out of that furnace. They're not getting that heated air to the places they want. So what is aero seal? Well oil is technology that was developed about twenty years ago. By the department of energy acts, really? Yep. Down at UC, Berkeley lab. And it was it was developed to help make the duct system more efficient. That's the best way to put it to seal up those tiny holes and cracks that are are typical in an adopted system. And also, it's a it's a long-term almost permanent type solution. So why once you do this technology it seals up the ductwork, and it's guaranteed for ten years. But it's been stress tested to last up to forty years. So in most cases as long as you're going to be in your home. Right. Right. So it's kind of a liner. Well, kind of some people to simplify it look at it like can fix a flat in a way. Okay. But to be real precise about it. It doesn't actually coat the ductwork. What it does is? It finds those holes. If you have a balloon pop a hole in it. You're gonna have air escaping out of that hole right pressure. Arctic -nology is able to find those holes and then seal from the outside in negative air pressure. Exactly. That's exactly right sucks. It in quickly. Elites and seals. It. Bada Bing is that. Okay. All right. So so I had this done to my home. And I don't know when it was. But I'm going to say. Thirteen years ago, and I noticed the difference immediately. So if a homeowner first of all you've got to find a dealer, that's install net..

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Sabrina Fulton, Rudy Giuliani and President Trump discussed on Joyce Kaufman

Joyce Kaufman

03:00 min | 2 years ago

Sabrina Fulton, Rudy Giuliani and President Trump discussed on Joyce Kaufman

"Beach with your two o'clock update I'm Karen Curtis the death toll is now at eight as Cruz in California continue, to battle several wildfires across the state six people, including two firefighters have died at the car. Fire which, is the largest wildfire in the state. Currently burning you're reading the Ferguson fire near Yosemite national park has also, claimed the lives of two firefighters President Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani today says he can't find any federal law or rule estates collusion is a crime, Giuliani believes that recently released tapes, from Michael Cohen prove President Trump did nothing wrong and that, the Russian hacking is the only crime North Korea returning the remains of US, troops killed during the. Korean war and Boynton beach Korean war, veteran hopes, the, remains include some of his friends Thirty This one group Eighty five, year Boynton beach. Korean war veteran I sergeant Joe green is the only one of his friends to. Survive the war green will join eight fifty w. f., tomorrow at ten five to talk about. His fallen comrades the board of directors for CBS is meeting today to discuss allegations of sexual misconduct against. Chairman and CEO les Moonves, says six women four named and two, unnamed tell reporter Ronan Farrow that they believe their. Careers were hurt when they rejected move as is, advanced, moon visas Mary the big, brother co, host Julie Chen and we'll talk to an employment law expert from Delray Beach who specializes in sexual misconduct cases tomorrow at eleven o five to get a better understanding of the do's and don'ts. In the workplace I episode of the six part series. Rest in power the Trayvon Martin's story airs tonight based on Sabrina Fulton and Tracy Martin's memoir the series examines their son trayvon's life legacy and the events that followed his untimely death Fulton says she wanted the world to. Know the real Trayvon I was a little irritated with. So many people writing articles and comments and statements about, Trayvon and none of them knew who. He was who he really was Fulton says she and Martin also wanted update the world and what they're. Doing today without their son, a new lawsuit just filed in the, fatal duck boats sinking in Branson Missouri seeks one. Hundred million dollars the lawsuit alleges Ripley entertainment which, operated, the ill-fated duck boat knew, the boats, were unsafe with this lawsuit we hope that we will drive the death trap dot bugs out of business he says his law firm has been trying to put an end to the use of. Duck boats dating back to two thousand ten they put. Their passengers in an impossible situation where no matter what they do they are likely to die if that duck votes six he says duck boat staff tried to beat the bad weather rather than issue refunds Ryan burrow ABC News and today is quite the anniversary it was on July, thirtieth nineteen sixty five that president Lyndon B.

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"tracy martin" Discussed on Natch Beauty

Natch Beauty

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"tracy martin" Discussed on Natch Beauty

"Stores and boutiques. Everybody loves indeed beauty who doesn't wanna feel pretty, who doesn't wanna feel happy. And what we like to do is create this amazing environment. So when you walk in, it kind of takes your breath away and that you're excited to discover things that make you just feel fantastic and Jilin you chief that something yesterday. A lot of honeys were here naturalist. Aw, I had no idea that many were coming. I mean, I couldn't walk. So they all and they had a blast and they all had full bags of pride. They were getting their shop on because that is one thing about Dallas. Women, we know how to spend the money, Honey. There are some brands they're like we sold out or we have one skew left, and I'm really sorry. Was a really good problem to have you. Out to all the Dallas honeys out there. Thanks representing IB e. So how did I e become IB? Did you have an idea? I mean, what was so curious because it is such a unique experience you on the long version or the short little cliff notes. Let's cliff notes back in two thousand fourteen. I launched my own skin care line. I had been a working as the Titian for seventeen years. I had my own spa in New York City and then ten years within my career, I decided to launch my own brands and because I spent all my time and my treatment room and taking care of my kids, I never networked. I never really got out my bubble, and I was really happy, but the game had changed when I launched my own line. So I decided that, okay, I'll do a trade show. I did my research and I just couldn't find any platform that resonated with my brand, which was luxury indeed, beauty. My brand. Is the was the type of brand I've since closed for obvious reasons. Babies. So I was trying to trade show to do business with buyers, press and consumers, and it didn't. It didn't exist. And I considered my brands within the same category of like Tracy Martin and Totta Harper and tahina giving beauty.

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"tracy martin" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"tracy martin" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Of trayvon martin's say harvey weinstein company owes them money sabrina fulton and tracy martin are suing for one hundred and fifty thousand dollars saying the weinstein company bought the rights to a tv series and possible movie based on their book about the shooting death of their son the parents are executive producers of the tv series that has yet to air but they'll have to get in line the weinstein company filed for bankruptcy and several lawsuits pending against it samantha jordan news ninety six five wdbo lava from kilowatt volcanoes gushing back on hawaii's big island molten rock from fissures east of kilowatt is shooting his hundred sixty feet high end showing no sign of slowing pours into the ocean the national weather service says twenty two fishers are pumping fifteen thousand tons of toxic sulfur dioxide oxide into the air every day this could be my favorite story of the morning a story about the turtle and the jet just one thing standing in the way of a united express airplane from taking off at washington's reagan national airport tuesday we got a turtle crawl across the five here you sound a westbound travelling south southwest but for those travelling united on that plane nothing to do but wait the flight delayed ten minutes then finally turtle still there over a special let's like he says the fact grass and just like that the fast jet and the slow turtle went their separate ways dave packer abc news how sweet eight forty nine on orlando's morning news.

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Trayvon's parents say Weinstein's company owes them $150,000

Orlando's Morning News with Joe Kelley

02:13 min | 2 years ago

Trayvon's parents say Weinstein's company owes them $150,000

"And grabbed her thank you very seriously one of them told me i was giving bill and the victims are being backed by groups like time's up legal defense fund fight for fifteen and women's law center the parents are trayvon martin say harvey weinstein company owes them money sabrina fulton and tracy martin or suing for one hundred and fifty thousand dollars saying the weinstein company bought the rights to a tv series and possible movie based on their book about the shooting death of their son the parents are executive producers of the tv series that has yet to air but they'll have to get in line the weinstein company filed for bankruptcy and a several lawsuits pending against it samantha jordan news ninety six five wdbo faith and self driving cars is falling aaa releasing a survey so seventy three percent of us are scared to ride in a self driving car up ten percent from last year now the real scaredy cats joe the millennials for their age group sixty four percent of them say they afraid that's up from forty nine percent last year well you may have heard of the tortoise and the hair will here's a story about the turtle and the just one thing standing in the way of a united express airplane from taking off at washington's reagan national airport tuesday attornal crawling across the five year westbound travelling south west but for those travelling united on that plane nothing to do but wait a flight delayed ten minutes then finally turtle still there over a special fact grass and just like that the fast jet and the slow turtle went their separate ways dave packer abc news the market watchers predicting the economy is getting ready to hit a speed bump analysts with hedge risk management gary stale says the pace of economic growth and inflation is getting ready to slow down this week though we've seen a couple of new developments the trade wars on whole china is cutting new deals with the us and on wall street this morning futures in pre market trading are down pilots am i right pilot southwest traveling southwest i love that cool pilot voice five forty nine now on orlando's morning news joe we're going to try to get some.

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"tracy martin" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"tracy martin" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"I'm chris ingram at the latest from newsradio one or two point nine k a r n after leaving work at saint vincent hospital a man was punched in the face while walking down the sidewalk thirty five year old jeffrey garner told police the suspect apologized for it but took his money and ran off channel seven reports the incident happened friday night around eleven twenty the suspect told garner he thought he had something to do with his brother getting jumped earlier in the day the black males standing around six foot three inches tall took gardeners wallet broke his cell phone on the sidewalk and ran toward midtown park apartments if you know anything about it call little rock police also little rock police looking for forty four year old andre johnson and forty seven year old tracy martin johnson's described as a black male five foot eleven inches tall one hundred ninety pounds he left his family's house almost two weeks ago and hasn't been seen since martin's a white female five foot two inches tall and one hundred sixty pounds she's currently homeless last heard from a week ago she has seizures and hasn't been taking her medication anyone in contact with either of them's asked to check on their wellbeing and contact little rock police a twenty two year old north little rock man's been arrested after leading police on a chase demane tolbert is accused of speeding through a residential area and refusing to stop according to channel seven he eventually bailed out of the vehicle and fled on foot tolbert told officers he fled because he didn't have paperwork for his vehicle and thought that was a warrant for his arrest next news in thirty minutes i'm chris ingram newsradio one or two point nine k a r n this is chris plante for poor people great stuff amazing we just heard about the marijuana updates and of course earth day founder of earth day the unicorn com posted his girlfriend in a trunk in the closet of his apartment in philadelphia.

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"tracy martin" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"tracy martin" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Or two point nine karn little rock police looking for forty four year old andre johnson and old tracy martin johnson's described as a black male five foot eleven inches tall one hundred ninety pounds he left his family's house almost two weeks ago and hasn't been seen since martin's a white female five foot two inches tall and one hundred sixty pounds she's homeless last heard from a week ago she has seizures and has it been taking her medication anyone in contact with either of them is asked to check on their wellbeing and contact little rock police a twenty two year old north little rock man arrested after leading police on a chase demane tolbert faces speeding and refusing to stop accusations according to channel seven he eventually bailed out of the vehicle and fled on foot in the two hundred block of west fifty first street tolbert told officers he fled because he didn't have paperwork for his vehicle and he thought there was a warrant out for his arrest he's facing a felony fleeing charge thirty one year old octavia johnson and conway police custody for stabbing her boyfriend conway officers got a call around eight thirty last night and found thirty one year old jeremy smith lying in the doorway of an apartment with a stab wound he was pronounced dead at the hospital johnson claims she stabbed smith and self defense but witnesses say johnson was seen chasing smith with a knife johnson's now facing a second degree murder charge accu weather just ahead of more rush newsradio one or two point nine k a r n world that seems to be selfdestructing heroes are needed more than ever man of strength character and who looked pretty good in spandex kevin miller chris plante rush limbaugh doc washburn and mark levin are committed to answer that call they slice and dice the threats to our way of life with.

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"tracy martin" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"tracy martin" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"I i don't know i work i just same thing he does i use a lot of tracing more broad say oh that tracy martin red carpet facial i've had that they had the head i did the pads today the manley's of like a kind of you know oh never mind rod ab are said i can't believe you almost played woodstock or you happy you didn't or would you have wanted to be there we didn't because i think there's a stigma about everybody that played woodstock really well everyone's dead you know but it was it was the most interesting we will within two hours with jeff beck group the band i was in the yeah close to play it and jeff cillian offset i think someone shouting mago for and i'm going on so he went home and left me money would and the rest of the band in hotel so we never did wow but and that's why you didn't play with who is still alive they didn't die that's true going over though that's true no we be pretty good actually cindy lauper stewart city loppers or north american tour kicks off june twenty fifth at the hollywood nights tickets are available now how many cities are you guys playing do you even know cindy well we do the hollywood bowl and then we have a little break and restart again in july and we go through the middle of july september are you coming here.

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"tracy martin" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"tracy martin" Discussed on WCTC

"Boom all right back to work we go 33 minutes after the top of the air your at home with gerry solve and answer i've been talking about all morning we're going to talk about a way to i guess make our furnace more efficient to drive down dragged down the cost of operating are furnace make our home more comfortable when we eat it and maybe even along the way we're going to eliminate dust in your home actually i use this or had this particular product installed in my home and i can attest it is a it's a marvellous product and it will save you money and it will eliminate a lot of dust in your home and is probably something you never ever believed that it could be done so joining me is tracy martin cheese the director of dealer development for era seal comfort institute and tracy welcomed at home with gary solve infanta gary glad to be here now this era cion familiar with because i had installed in my home a number of years ago but let's start from the very beginning um carded arecelor leaving created in what is ero seal a cancer sell aero sales been around for about twenty years and the late 90s the department of energy wanted to take a look at the idea of why attract systems were not as efficient as they could be and should be and so the are inventor dr modere i was working at lawrence berkeley labs in california and he came up with this technology that seals your duct work from the inside so we were founded in 1997 so we hiring the walls and everything that's right it gets to places that we can get to warn you have to worry about our work i mean what what is it leekim i mean new we got waterparched back there they're not leaking why is my duct work leaking sure well when duct work is installed often there our joints anna joints typically at don't seal per perfectly it's not a perfect seal.

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"tracy martin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"tracy martin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Nba at least what happened in 2012 with the he was that's what projects dwayne wade chris bosic theories responsible anybody else's and they were making that sort of statement if you're really think about it though with the nba since the uh you really have and outside of the coaches had people that are really stood in the way where they just truly stood out that's not to say the guys aren't do woodwork necessarily but the most public faces the nba all these matters right now seem to be steve curry gregg popovich mrs got an interesting to consider all union and tracy martin who is trayvon father and bomani and many others so looking forward to hearing that at i i'm just trying to do the math in my head was this before after donald sterling sterling is in 2014 in 2012 yeah so so that that in that way really was that that that felt like a watershed moment that that fell to me like a moment word so many things change so this even predates that so we're looking forward to hearing that on the thirty for thirty podcast but while we have you let's talk a little bit about lebron i found that the whole thing lebron still has his feud with phil jackson he makes no bones about it and frank neil akina unfortunately for him got kinda stuck in the middle of it he became collateral damage yesterday dev's kanter came to his side what was your big picture take away and all the stuff that happened last night with those two teams well i started as collateral damage you they decided he wanted to make soon the by james france wouldn't play and right so why city people abroad at the end of july just what i generally fascinated by like guys who come to the nba for overseas and then you see that they're folks in the familiarity from english stayed with english comes from hang with the nba players who had this guy with the churches accents striving to you know what i'm saying is that everything after.

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"tracy martin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"tracy martin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Way where they just truly stood out that's not say the guys aren't doing work necessarily but the most public faces that the nba all these matters right now seem to be steve paragraph popovich was this kind of interesting to consider this in twain wade gabrielle union a tracy martin who is trayvon spa there and bomani and many others so looking forward to hearing that it i'm just trying to do the math in my head was this before after donald sterling sterling is in 2014 in 2012 yeah so so that that in that way it really was that that's that felt like a watershed moment that to me like a moment with so many things change so this even predates that so we're looking forward to hearing that on the thirty for 30 podcast but while we have you let's talk a little bit about lebron i found that the whole thing lebron still has his feud with phil jackson he makes no bones about it and frank neil akina unfortunately for him got canas stuck in the middle of it he became collateral damage yesterday ting's kanter came to his side what was your big picture take away and all the stuff that happened last night with those two teams start as collateral damage that they decide he wanted to mesa garage as neuter france wouldn't play right so he wise of the trump will abroad it the end is dads who had just what i generally fascinated by like guys and come to the nba for overseas and then you see that they're folks listen vigliotti from english with english comes from hang with nba players he had this guy of the churches accent driving to you know what i'm saying is and everything you got to the game like catcher love people's faces and talk of what he has to say he loves to it by after.

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