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"upa" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"upa" Discussed on WWL
"Threatening inundation from a rising water moving inland from the coast line during the next 36 hours and the indicated locations. Water could reach the following heights above ground somewhere in the indicated areas if the peak surge occurs at the time of high tide, this includes the mouth of the Mississippi River to the ocean Springs, including Lake Born, You could see a storm surge of 7 to 11 FT. Port Fu Shawn to the mouth of the Mississippi River 4 to 7 ft. Ocean Springs to the ocean Springs to the Mississippi Alabama border. 4 to 7 ft, like Ponchartrain and, like more UPA 4 to 6 ft. Well, speaking at the same press conference, City chief of operations Ramsey Green, warn residents about down tree branches. If you see a tree right now branch laying in the street integrated with an energy line. Call 311. We have Forrester's on emergency right now. Frankly, we really want to get that stuff done before a storm happens. Speaking with WWL TV earlier this morning, New Orleans sewage and Water Board director Goss on Corbin is confident in his department's ability to power pumps to move water out engender power We have for char mines that already there 113 for N Sync's We have all of our five year and these these are large generators that are nearly as well. And when we have all of our frequency changers really is about to use. Mostly energy power to down to power our 25 years. And now the forecast from your local weather expert. WWL TV meteorologist Peyton Malone. Sunday will be hot and humid highs in the upper eighties toe lower nineties a 50% chance of showers and storms. Monday. We'll see the rain bands from hurricane or what will be Hurricane Sally move into the area. Conditions go downhill, especially late on Monday for your Tuesday Hurricane Sally moving through the area high wind storm surge in flooding rainfall likely Just all depend on the tracks or something to follow very, very closely could be a Category two storm at landfall, as it makes its way through the area impact will still be felt on Wednesday, with rain lingering by Thursday. Sally moves on al but still some showers and storms and temperatures staying in the upper eighties. I'm your local weather. Expert Forecasts enter. I'm Debbie Debbie LTV meteorologist Pedram alone and I'm Tom, Peru. Me in Wwll First news. The following is a paid program. The views and advice expressed or not that of Wwll or intercom. Louisiana LLC, assessing a person's legal matter often requires extensive interviews,.
"upa" Discussed on Ze stoickim spokojem
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"upa" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast
"Like extracts more of the fats. But it can make it gritty a really cat. And so, I think the pulverizing then soaking then blending, I think is steps to an ultimately really creamy high extraction and product. So, okay. So for the Hort shot you, you. You pulverize the rice, you so kit, I wanna pull up the recipe which I left in the printer. And then you and then you blend it correct. Okay. So you're pulverizing the race. You are combining with almonds and cinnamon Hotak. Woah, will there's others nuts in here. There's some nuts in here and this is also this is gonna relate. Foreshadow another another race beverage and then UPA in a blender until no longer gritty about says four minutes. That's a long time. That's a long time to have your blunder on. You gotta put some headphones on for that. That's like a let's long track. You know. I mean I do feel like honestly, a lot of things that are made in blenders food processors people don't get it smooth enough. You just got a run. The thing let it go. Let us do its job. Let go walk away go away and also like get comfortable in the high setting Vitamix at home. We have a competitor into warring. Which was free to me. I don't have a vitamin expedite that and it works much in the same way as it really loud. Yeah. Yes. Pretty loud. You know, honestly, I gotta be real like I very rarely take my blender my food processor anymore. I just don't. I'm just to a hate cleaning them and I do it when absolutely necessary..
EPA Announces $86,000 Settlement With Tesla For Fremont Plant Violations
"Today, the EPA announced the ninety six thousand dollars settlement with tesla over a hazardous waste violations at the company's electric car planet. Fremont, the violations rediscovered during an unannounced. Visit by inspectors from the agency's regional office in San Francisco in two thousand seventeen celebrate includes a thirty one thousand dollar fine and a fifty five thousand dollar payment for the Fremont fire department to buy emergency. Sponsor commitment, including a drone with hazardous waste sensors and a second device to detect unauthorized drones that could impede an emergency response. UPA regional administrator. Mike Stoker says the settlement will bring much needed emergency response. Equipment to the city
"upa" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Radio. You're listening to. Once again to investor's edge. Thanks for being with us today. So here's what we're gonna do. We will post up. The webcast the bear market webcast. We're going to walk us through everything we've seen and how we stay one step ahead of it. This bear market. And we have told you that we're able to do that. 'cause we studied all of them. And we know how price works in bear markets. And this one's kind of classic. With a little sharper moves, but kinda sorta classic. And we'll give you more information. What's today? Tuesday will give you more information. Tomorrow thursday. Next week. Tuesday is a half day. Am I correct in saying Wednesday is Christmas? How 'bout Tuesday's Christmas? Today's the eighteenth. Tuesdays Christmas right Monday is a half day. Correct. Got that. Correct. And then of course, we'll head into the new year bear market UPA. I was asked that numerous times in the last few days how come Wall Street? Never calls bear markets and always use the word volatility instead of saying we're going down and all that. Well, let me let me explain and. Yeah, you can call this a little bit of an indictment of Wall Street. Wall Street has turned into a garden. Gargantuan. Hassett gatherer. For fees. Used to be lot more commissions. But now, it's fees. It's an annuity. They know what they're going to get paid every year at least on a percentage basis based on the assets. Butts. When markets had down. The amount they make those down. And when people are fed up with losses. They leave go somewhere else. Strategist lose their jobs. If they're too bearish. And how it works. Let's say a strategist just stays bullish in the markets down. Ten percent. Well. They turn in state. Well. It's just the ten percent correction. It's happened before. But then it's down fifteen. Yeah. We know it's fifteen, but you know, you gotta stick in there for the long term and you'll start hearing the words think long-term while your million bucks. Eight is eight fifty. But then it goes the twenty at all of a sudden people talking bear markets. Well, bear markets do happen. But if you look three to five years out. Or you'll hear you know, after the midterm election. The next year is always good or seventy percent of the time. Good or eighty percent. But then you down twenty five or thirty the markets twenty five or thirty. And of course, the strategists it's not that they're wrong. They're just always bullish. And what they do at that point. Is they no longer talk about what they think they just start reporting to you. What's going on because they missed everything. So at that point in time, they're telling you, well, this is happening. That's happening. It's happening because of this is happening because of that that may be more to go but hundred years of history. And then it turns into a big bear market than anybody expects. And then hope and pray or come into the fray. By the way, I've tried hope and prayer. It's never worked. And of course in the past twenty years, we've had booms and busts. So the last one everything was down in the fifties. And everything down in the fifties. There on TV dish strategists again. They're just reporting things, and they're blaming it on this that the other thing not taking any growth for being stupid and not taken any proactive thought process against a big drop in the markets. Because there's no incentive there that is why by the way, I was so impressed with this Lizanne Saunders from Schwab. Because she put herself Manno man on the line in the last nine months. Imagine being the head strategists of shrub. What are they have forty trillion dollars or whatever? And actually talking bearish -ly before the markets are getting hit. She was worried about things. So I give men you hear that. I'm clapping for her. Anyway, that's the story. Wall Street is a fully invested vehicle come hell or high water. That's where you come in. You gotta know what type of market in understand Wall Street and realize ain't gonna tell you to do anything. They could it be like Ralph kramden from honeymooners homina homina homina, by the way when I was just in New York. I got to watch two episodes man is that show great. I watched the one where Ralph was getting an award for the best bus driver, the safest, and then he got into an accident with some guy the turned out that guy was the substitute that give him the award. And the and the guy was famous for his fifty dollar fines, and this fifty minute lectures. And.
How to split upâ€¦. A podcast
"Got this Email the subject. It's the name of the podcast and says, please help, Dave hope you're doing well these days. And she mentioned that she came to one of my events called pod Festa. You heard me talk about pot affected dot com. If you want more information about that. I'm wondering if you can help me out the question or poignant and direction to find the answer. Here's the problem. My co host she Lister name suddenly decided she no longer wanted to be part of our podcast. I'm continuing with podcasts in high gear, but there had to be a few things turned over to us from her husband before this could happen. One of those things was the submission. Apple podcast. Apparently, when he originally submitted our podcast apple instead of creating his own account for our podcast, he just submitted it under his personal account. I had no idea that this was the case and till he decided to just delete the podcast from his account, which in turn, deleted it from apple podcasts, all the reviews subscribers gone. Let's talk about that for a minute. Anytime you have a partnership with another person, and this is not just podcast in this business is the personal podcast. It is good to discuss things and even better to have things in writing for podcast. Specifically, you need to know who owns the name of the podcast, the image, the art work, the logo, the domain name, the RSS, feed the apple podcasts account. Any kind of distribution account that you've got Google anything regarding the podcast that you're going to need the log into. You need to know who owns that now, it sounds like in this situation, the woman who wrote me the Email and her co host, everything's fine. There was a misunderstanding though because third party the husband who may or may not be a podcast or he simply deleted it. Now in this situation, if you have something on apple podcast, you can have apple transfer your podcast from one account to another simply by emailing podcasts, support at apple dot com to do that though, because apple doesn't want his happening just randomly, you're going to have to go into your RSS feed and you're going to have to change the official podcast Email from whatever it was the other guys Email to your emails. If you can do that podcast support apple dot com, they will be able to assist you if not what you're going to have to do is dependent on your situation. Now I'm not sure that apple can go back in, replace lost reviews, replace loss subscribers. I don't know. Hopefully they can maybe not. This is a good reason for you'd have a mailing list. And this is another thing that you need to figure out who owns the mailing list. You've got an Email address. You can Email people with the updated fee. We'd let them know what's going on. If you don't, you can do a redirect on the old feed, but if you don't have access to the old feed, can't do that. So this is my general thoughts. The big one being that you need to be very clear if you've got a co host who owns everything the domain name, the podcast Dame, our work, the logo, get it in writing. It's not because you don't trust people is because you're likely hearing something different than the other person is hearing. That's the reason right it out. It's not that you don't trust the other person. It's just you getting clear and the other person getting clear on what's actually happening. And it's a lot easier to do that if you've got it in writing. So
"upa" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"In since becoming upa chief including the rental of the capitol hill condo owned by the wife of an influential lobbyist what we deserve to have somebody at the epa who actually does protect our environment someone who believes in climate change and takes it seriously for the benefit of assault including our children minka said quote i would urge you to resign before your scandals push you out makers encounter with pruitt which had about twenty five hundred views just more than a half hour after being posted and again twenty nine thousand us now is the latest public confrontation and trump cabinet officials faced in recent weeks white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders was asked to leave a restaurant virginia last month because of her role in the trump administration days earlier protesters separate separately confronted senior adviser stephen miller and homeland security advisor or secretary kristen nielsen as they dined at mexican restaurants in washington dc representative maxine waters democrat california called for public relations of trump officials to continue which drew outrage from democratic and republican lawmakers president trump falsely claimed waters was advocating harm against the president's supporters and water said she was forced to cancel to public events over the weekend because of a series death threat what why would the writers say that he falsely claimed that she was harassment is illegal it is harm bodily harm what does these writers do that stop it the public ignited debate surrounding civility in politics in the correct way to protest a correct way to protest policies and figures with which one doesn't agree video of a woman's encounter recruit all also comes as he faces more scrutiny about possible ethics violations of ethics official at the environmental protection agency called for an investigation uproot over the weekend there you go so i guess listen stupid people do stupid things and i think this is a stupid thing that she did but we're living in a society where there's a loud minority and i don't mean that racial ages be the minority of the people because most of us aren't doing this but there's a loud minority who says yeah it was right where you're dead you go girl am straight the maxine waters impeach voted harass the weather so you got all that going on and for some reason this is like okay is that of saying on her facebook page i'm embarrassed by what i did but i felt like i had to do it i had it to do it all over again i wouldn't remember how who was it can't remember the guy's name joe wilson somebody like that from south carolina representative of south carolina who went president obama said illegals would not benefit from the affordable care act obamacare and his state of the union hilda you lie remember that and you've got big trouble he's racist he would never do that with a white president blah blah blah ended up apologizing i shouldn't have done in that forum or something like that yet for some reason the other side now is applauding people accosting others as they eat as they go to the movies as they get gas the protocol was you don't yell out at the president during a daily union and he got slapped to the risk for doing it now we're applauding people for actually confronting the scott brooks not giving a speech here and this is an app the epa offices he's any lunch very weird to me very strange and yet as we as we continue as a society this isn't slowing down in fact it's gaining steam and you know what's going to happen and i mean this the.
"upa" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"Say it as that like i judge anybody who who is like britney spears is their number one diva okay well so you can have to agree or say me a fifth i can see that on the number one space but at the same time when britney was at her pinnacle right there yeah yeah for a lot of people our age that was like a moment where we were coming into our own where we were first getting a sense of yeah maybe we are a little different from other boys and britney was part of that journey for me so so you are i would say like a gay personality on the internet presence as a my upa myself in that category too yeah what would you say is great right what would you say is the worst assumption someone can make about you on the internet for me i guess it's questioning your motives for why you're putting yourself out there and what you're doing and for me and tell me if this is to like let's play the violin and sentimental here but i am from a small conservative rural town in ohio and i didn't see any openly lgbtq people growing up and for me it was that released slow aol internet connection that gave me my first window into other gay people and our queer community and so i thought really inspired by knowing how important that was for me and my own coming out journey that i like to do that for other people now and try to think about what are some things that i would have liked to know about our community your voices that would have been interesting to hear and that was what motivated me originally to start putting myself out there online secondarily i also just really love bright colors and rainbow flags and trying to and litter at all of that like you know stuff that if you're more cynical makes your head explode and i think that part of that was me also speaking to that eleven year old self who sell who was terrified of the rainbow flag and who did everything he could to try.
"upa" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"Like a factory and we completely missed that there are literally trillions of microbes in teaspoon of soil most of which we don't know what they are let alone understand what they do that are doing things for us that we can never do for selves and that you got it we got a lean on those in front of a book called pharmacology about how the microbiome of the soil and our microbiome are all interdependent so okay now before we close i want to get into politics from it because a lot of the practices that were engaging now whether it's soil mining or raising cattle and feedlots or the way we handle our oceans and fisheries these are these are driven by policies so how would you see the policy shifting to support the right kind of sustainable in regenerative types of of agriculture and animal husbandry well it's very live issue right now because the farm bill just got really you know the draft farmville just got released and we'll be debated over the next few months and it's a disaster it might not surprise you they have taken out the draft that came out of the house which is unfortunately not fly but it took out the entire funding for conservation stewardship programs so a basic good idea yeah so a big driver for or a big support system for farmers like justin you know making that kind of radical change on your farm is not free you need different equipment you need you take a lot of risk because you're just figuring that out as you go and so what the the conservation stewardship program has done is tried to support farmers it's it's a fantastic program because it's performance based so you actually have to deliver environmental outcomes to get the payments and but what it does is it helps farmers get through these transitions and it rewards conservation so we definitely need people to be stuck using their voices i mean right now i think the single most sustainable thing you can do is use your voice as a citizen i mean our our environmental protections are under siege in so many directions that you know that upa new epa head or the new assistant who came who was a coal lobbyist who you know spend every waking hour trying to roll back protections against power.
"upa" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"I'm with you and i use apple music on a daily basis and there are certain playlists like there's the kind of the called like a one hip hop or whatever and i'm always playing that because they rotate through a lot of songs that i might not find otherwise but yeah the dj stations sometimes they'll be an interview where i'm interested or some sometimes they'll be sort of a guest jj or there are certain kind of appointment viewing things that that upa music and i know spotify does as well draws me in but i missed most of it yeah i just don't feel like they have i got listen every day content like and i don't i don't know what or if they want that like i would assume they did they made a real big deal about beats one radio when it launched and it's still going and they haven't fired zane lowe instead they've gone and hired another you see radio programmer dj so my guess without billing anything else well enough to there there may not be working for you but it must be working for somebody working for somebody yeah no absolutely i mean i i would like to see i mean i don't know maybe i'm just old maybe maybe all the kids are on beats well and know that's funny because i when i'm thinking about this story the general principle i pull out of it is i would have thought radio deejays would be a dying art relegated to super niece areas raya it was always when i was coming up in radio the assumption was yet your might get lucky and become a rick dees but you probably won't so if you wanna have a lucrative career you might want to try something else and what this is showing is you still in the world of algorithms and pandora where everyone is like oh spotify can make a playlist that's perfect for you there still value being put on human curation and your resistance to this kinda tempers enthusiasm because i'm like well maybe they're just betting on it and pouring.
"upa" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"Already approved by the senate he's a member of the cabinet the question seems to be where's the white house and do they want to stand by him or they have they soften their support of him at all president trump has said that he supports them he thinks he's doing a good job the white house this week did kind of pull back a bit in their support for him they said that the accusations against him are serious and that he has to answer for these for these things that people are saying about him and and so i asked about that again we're evaluating these concerns and we expect that upa administrator to answer for them and we'll keep you posted i just a follow up on that when you say you expect the administrator pruitt to answer for these accusations where do you expect that to happen it like do you are you looking for this and hearings are us by house asking reverend conversations there you have it they're having ongoing conversations really familiar haven't we heard this before when there were conversations about rex tillerson or for other other members of this white house that are no longer with us david shokhin i saw the this this does seem like the white house will softening a bit now these hearings are probably important today and how he's handled himself and if he can kinda show himself to be sturdy and strong and kind of stand up to these criticisms that might kind of endear him to president trump he likes people that are fighters and he does like what prude is doing regarding rolling back regulations absolutely on it's not just people in washington there.
"upa" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"This coming year we're gonna send them to the to the federal government about three point five trillion dollars and they're going to spend four point five and of the three point five trillion dollars the first four hundred billion ghost towards the interest on the debt they've created that's sickening then just a few years that number is going to be over seven hundred billion and by the way at federal state local whatever the hell else with sending them over six trillion dollars in taxes they still tell us they need to raise the gas taxes for infrastructure they don't have enough money for this they don't have enough money for that and trump in a ryan and mcconnell raised spending they all nauseate the hell out of me yet they are up they are actually the ones asking mark zuckerberg about him and his spying on do you know what they've done with the nsa and the cia and the mo us's in the last ten years we only know what they want us to know as far as what they are looking at what they're seeing of us we don't know yet they're asking questions of zuckerberg but don't worry as long as the markets go higher everything's gonna be just eight remember that that's how it works we gave you tax clogs and we did we did that upa.
"upa" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"Scott pruitt scott's tippy top it's tippy top upa they are on the environment don't you worry twenty nine minutes after the hour for our monday next this is alternative talk eleven fifty a m k k and w seattle and caviar q ninety eight point nine hd three seattle can you tell if this burger contains bacteria that could cause kidney failure listen can't you can't see it either there's only one way to tell if you cook meat and poultry to a bacteria killing temperature use a food thermometer it's not an extra step or a nice to have raw or undercooked meat may contain bacteria that can make you very sick or worse one in six americans will get sick from food poisoning this year and roughly three thousand will die but you can keep your family safer by using a food thermometer everytime learn more about this and other important information check your steps at foodsafety dot gov that's foodsafety dot gov a public service announcement brought to you by the us department of agriculture the us department of health and human services and the ad council alcohol poisoning is caused by binge drinking large quantities of alcohol in a short period of time very high levels of alcohol in the body can shut down critical areas of the brain that control breathing heart rate and body temperature resulting in death alcohol poisoning deaths affect people of all ages but are most common among middle aged adults in the united states in average of six people die every day from alcohol poisoning most of the deaths are among men states and communities can support proven programs and policies to prevent binge drinking healthcare providers can screen all adult patients for binge drinking and counsel those who do to drink less don't binge drink if you choose to drink do so in moderation up to one drink a day for women or two drinks a day for men to learn more visit cdc dot gov slash vitalsigns.
"upa" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Objective for the american people to consume so they can evaluate whether conclusions or right or not i mean i'm talking to administrators scott pruitt from the upa so in some ways this is this is a concern because when they bring you the conclusions but not the data there aren't other folks smarter than me who can look at that data and say well you've been cherry picking it or you're picking the point on the graph where do you wanna start the line and end the lines of that way you define the line rather than giving us the whole graph so we can see that you've picked you know some oddball piece of the data to try to prove the conclusion you wanted to get to i think what's surprising to people lars is that that most folks think that we do most of our science or all the scientists done internal to the agency that's not the case there's a lot of scientific inquiry a lot of scientific analysis that occurs outside the agency and it's only right it's only fair it's only transparent that is that science is done that it includes the methodology and the data that is used to reach those inclusions if we do the science we have to publish it it has to be part of the rookie process and so the same should apply to those third parties that we use in rulemaking so it's a very important change you know the other thing that we've done to get accountability with respect to process is in something called sewan settled where we had third parties ngos it would sue the agency and some days the very day the lawsuit was filed the epa would walk into a courtroom and raise the white flag and agree to certain terms and put it within a consent decree changing at times a time on it and the statute or other substance requirements so it effectively rulemaking and they would cabin that within this consent decree and then use it all the country to force it upon states and citizens and and other so that's that soon settled regulation through litigation process we've also ended.
"upa" Discussed on SRSLY
"Atlanta land and the artist also had that same kind of hollywood nuance reference referencing in this elisa on giles actually live in apartments like above an old cinema and both the noise of the films that play twenty four seven underneath the metric lap also what they're doing it bleeds down in it you get the sense there isn't a statement successively where allies a house like a cinematic daydream say today it the reality does like blur the edges of it you're like watching a film that we're gonna film in with some of my favorite bits actually i really my favorite scene is to see what he's side the kitchen dining room table with hud she saw one end and he's at the upa and he's just like gulping down these eggs that she's foil to him because he likes boiled eggs that always kind of framed a sexual these eggs from the beginning just because we kind of like see see that she masturbate in the time it takes to cook her eggs in the morning and stuff but as he's just like channeling down on these eggs like ready really like into the eggs only so of thinking about the eggs she singing this like song to have about how much she loves him and how he'll never know and she can't speak so it's obviously a fantastical segment on it's like an unimagined segment or not you say kind of bleeds into the the fantasy of a of a movie but it's i think it just says something so nice and almost obscene about.
"upa" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"Deck might have been the reason in the person tomorrow the guy but without ziege without the ability to open up that passing game it's been a different cowboys team but by the way nother story than we've we've talked about it jerry jones and his power in his confidence in his region is hold on the nfl really important not just to cherry but to the psyche that team i'm telling you 'cause i've covered teams before when a football team as bad drama a poison culture when there's a sense of paranoia and fear and they will set in a in a football organisation unlike any other mba or baseball things go south one of the consequences of nfl teams treating themselves like the the cia you go to arrowhead if you go to any stadium in the country and i say arrowhead because i used to rival that chief team relevant kansas city they literally confuse themselves for langley they take themselves so seriously the idea that information becomes over the top but i'll use arrowhead as an example most places back in the day the reporter we go into a pressroom and you that you know you'd be in the facility and are the stadium at arrowhead they make the reporters ghana room that is lots the upa get anywhere else and if you want to use the restroom we have to bang on the door and push the button the no one answers and you wait so long it to make a decision between is that really that cold outside of all their press charges if i get caught in the bushes or do away from them to come get me in the security guard to walk into the restroom that's a true short it's a rally today because they treat information and they treat themselves like they're so important as a paranoid up about not just the media but like other teams getting access to what they're up to and it creates this sort of air of fear and this air of control and so when things get bad i was around that she's team when peel the scott pelley center came to an end with what happens in the front office.
"upa" Discussed on Business Daily
"Who is also being them policy decisions for example for a while the upa government were raising what the caller support price a every year quite steeply a which was driving inflation the support prices basically a guarantee price for the farmers which often builds amount when prices are low and the bjp government ethic has not push that lever as much but that was a way to guarantee farmers a higher income and once you stop the liver of course the farmers don't have in as higher price and so is the bottom line here that india's farming population has just unsustainable there are too many people trying to cope and make a living on the land which which went support them given food prices i think at least at a reasonable level of income that surely true is a separate question w what was exactly the alternative soi would say the way to think about it is that we have to make them sustainable even if they're plots of land a small we just have to raise productivity and provide better infrastructure better farming strategies better seeds given that manufacturing employment isn't growing and most employment is not fast enough you can't just announced that farming is no longer sustainable it's it's what's left professor average it benerjee let's just about eight for today tomorrowjustinrolette will be here with the latest in his series of hormone programs this one giving you a pounding heart and butterflies in your stomach sounds like most business daily's ira finale for me and the rest of the team here.