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Coke Cans Tab, to the Dismay of Host David Brown
"Wondering I'm David Brown, this is business wars daily on this Wednesday October. Twenty eight. And this time it's personal. You guys know me I'm a pretty upbeat guy but the news from Coca Cola earlier this month while I just have to admit twenty twenty keeps throwing those punches. Decades after TAB became America's most popular diet drink coke is killing it. Loan fact I am one of the drinks maybe last remaining diehard fans there just aren't enough of US though which is why coke and its desire for efficiency and growth. Has, made a sad decision. To Stop. MAKING IT TURNS OUT TAB accounts for only point one percent of all diet soda sold in the World Right. Now despite my purchases that's according to research firm Euromonitor. But Oh Of that point one percent, it was a real relationship tab was invented in nineteen, sixty three the Diet Cola sweetened with Saccharin and targeted to women and Cokes I Diet Soda. It took off in the late seventies with ads like this one equating drinking tab with, of course, being thin and sexy one apocryphal story goes at the name Tab keeping tabs on your ways. Car. There was just nothing else like this snap of that can. Up around Atlanta. My parents always knew what time I got home from a night out because as quiet as I would be sneaking into the house. was just too impatient for Swig that tab to cover my noise popping open tab became. So iconic that Mardi nick fly played by Michael J. Fox attempted to order one at a nineteen fifties drugstore in the hit movie back to the future. It didn't go well. Sixteen Forty rivers you're gonNA artist, something kid. GimMe Gimme. Tab can't give you a tablet she orders. Right Comedian Pepsi free. You WanNA PEPSI POWDER YOU'RE GONNA pay for it. Looks can be something without any sugarman pay Mardi Good Luck finding that tab in the future coke launched diet coke in nineteen eighty, two tabs started its long slow decline today is only one of hundreds of products that coke is retiring. It's cutting its line of five hundred brands by half the company says it was streamlining before the pandemic. But when the pandemic hit and supply chain issues became more complex, they sped up their plans to focus on big sellers like diet, coke and coke zero. In addition to canning tab coke already bid goodbye to underperforming brand. Douala. Juices it's winding down its Zico coconut water operations as well but it's the loss of tab that hurts to the bone Coca Cola kept it alive only because some of US love it so much people like yours truly wrote letters made phone calls and signed petitions to keep tab coming and the company complied until now as far back as two thousand, one, The Wall Street Journal reported that coke all but ignored it. The company hadn't spent any money to market it since the early nineties, the paper reported for decades it's only been available here and there depending upon which bottlers decided to make and sell it. On even distribution led to thousands of tab fans going to great lengths to get our favorites soda. The Journal tells the story of Katie Tram Oh memphis resident who when traveling would routinely pick up cases of TAB, in Mississippi and Alabama for herself and other tab lovers back home, and then there's the anger. The decision is turning some Tabah Alex away from the company altogether and toward coca-cola's most famous rival, you know the one. On facebook to such devotees valid to switch to Pepsi as a matter of principle, I bought tabs for over forty years and nobody checked with me about this decision one wrote. Already TAB is showing up on Ebay at wapping prices. A new twelve pack is listed for one hundred, fifty five. Me Well, there are enough digits in an ebay price counter justify parting with my precious last ten cases of the eighty six I purchased in Vicksburg Mississippi and truck back to Austin in late August. With all that's going on in the world I. Know It's a bit hard to empathize but picture this a ban on coffee with no way around it. That's why TAB drinkers mourn its passing TAB has been my breakfast dessert lunch comfort food. Yes. I know life will go on Brown. But maybe. A little. Less sparkle.
Leading Ladies: Evelyn Preer
"Today's leading lady was one of the first black actresses to earn celebrity status. She was known as the First Lady of the screen. Let's talk about Evelyn prayer. Evelyn Jarvis was born in eighteen, ninety six in Vicksburg Mississippi after her father died. Evelyn's family moved to Chicago where she performed in Vaudeville shows and practice street, preaching to raise funds to build church. In Nineteen fifteen, when she was nineteen years old Evelyn married her first husband Frank Career. In Nineteen Eighteen Evelyn met author and director Oscar me show who'd become a highly influential African American filmmaker. We show made films for a predominantly black audience and was able to avoid stereotypes that Hollywood Films Inc... Evelyn made her film debut in me. Shows film The homesteaders where she played a woman who's evil, overbearing father causes her husband to abandon her. Michaud Evelyn, his goto leading actress, and in Nineteen Twenty, she started within our gates. She played a teacher who fights to save a school for Black Children. It's the only feature film Evelyn made that survive to this day. As her career blossomed, Evelyn played dramatic characters and was known for her versatility. In between films, Evelyn joined the Lafayette players a black, the actual stock company since theaters were segregated by law in the South and by practice in the north. The Lafayette players brought traditional theater to black audiences throughout the US. Evelyn married her second husband fellow actor Edward Thompson while on tour. In nineteen twenty one, Evelyn performed in the chip woman's fortune. The first drama written by a black playwright to appear on Broadway. The show only ran for two weeks, but W E. B deploys said that dramatically and spiritually it was one of the greatest successes. This country has ever seen. In nineteen twenty six, Evelyn landed a role in the successful Broadway Production Blue Bell. She understudied and played the role of a Harlem Prostitute. She then appeared in the West Coast Revival of Sadie Thompson. We're her performance garnered critical acclaim. In addition to being a talented actor Evelyn was a gifted vocalist. She thrived cabaret and theater, and was occasionally accompanied by a young duke. Ellington and Red Nichols. Up. L.! Y.. Evelyn start in sixteen films. She easily transition from silent films to talkies in the nineteen thirties, musical Georgia rose, which was about a black family migrating north. In nineteen thirty-one Evelyn performed in the film. Ladies of the big house alongside Sylvia Sidney. WHO's one of the most famous entertainers at the time? Her final role was in blonde. Venus which starred Marlene Dietrich and cary grant. Evelyn's performance was credited. Evelyn refused roles that attempted to typecast her, and instead continued acting in challenging roles. Many black actors at the time were not permitted to play. In nineteen, thirty, two Evelyn gave birth to her daughter Adiv Evelyn suffered from postpartum complications, and soon after died of double pneumonia, she was thirty six years old. Though, her career ended prematurely. Evelyn left her mark on Hollywood and on history. She's remembered as pioneering actor and
"vicksburg" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Victor the Vicksburg right now all shut down okay so let's see around the country it's eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five we've been talking about the protests yeah the incredibly low rates I think it was the fox business section yeah talking about truckers this pass today struggling with a new challenge during the coronavirus low shipping rates according to data from freight and analytics firm dat DA T. rates as of April thirtieth I had fallen to five year lows for both the reefer and flatbed equipment categories yeah for dry van freight the national average was dust just a box sixty four per mile the current spot rates are extremely low carriers will not be able to sustain operations very long at these levels yes in some areas drivers are being offered rates of less than one dollar per mile which we've been talking about obviously demand has declined since large swaths of the economy or shut down which is cost rates to fall rates are below numbers at which you can run a truck profitably according to the president of multi million dollar trucking and logistics company jet co delivery who spoke to fox business course over the weekend drivers truckers drove their rigs to Capitol Hill to protest the low rates yes some hoping for some sort of government intervention the president did indeed acknowledge the demonstration in a tweet there is debate within the industry whether natural natural market forces or brokers are to blame for driving the rates lower broker's help coordinate the transaction between the trucker in the shipper and make a profit off the spread but there are definitive indicators that market forces are at play here noting that initial spike in demand to parts of the industry like food delivery has all leveled out now load posts in the month of April down more than fifty four percent year over year that would explain his **** when it comes to supply and demand there's way more capacity out there that is needed it's a painful decision and in some way it's counter intuitive because you want to work but you've got a park your truck if you can't run profitably if you're actually in the red on the work you're doing you're you're on a one way ticket out of business now if more trucks remain park to keep from losing money that could have the effect the added effect of lowering capacity and rates would have to respond however it is ultimately up to the individual company to know their numbers it may be worth it for example to accept a job that returns a slight profit since many companies are being forced to re examine their margins yeah I obviously coming off a rough year in twenty nineteen nearly eight hundred trucking company failures yeah right now the economic pressures are likely to cause another rash of closures as previously reported by fox business in a tough conditions brought on by the pandemic are expected to separate the financially strong companies from the companies who were struggling at the outset of the year to begin with kind of touched on that last evening they had the capitalist society the strong survive yeah those with maybe a bad business models yeah whatever the case might be people don't really know how to run a business to begin with they fail that's gonna be a problem with the economy begins to slowly rebound because then you're going to see the reverse there may not be enough capacity in the market to keep up with demand that realistically that drives the rates higher I don't recall hearing anyone complaining in twenty eighteen when the rates were off the charts truckers were making great money companies could not find enough drivers offering thousands of dollars in bonuses to hire on to come over to our company here we've got the incentive yeah rates per mile bean increased it's a cyclical market like everything else well we'll see where it goes and we'll get your calls after a quick two minute timeout on America's trucking network you got a home to sell so today and Marie she had a condo in Reston that have been listed with an agent for three months no results what she heard people like me raving about Jennifer young you're on the radio and she gave her shot Jennifer included the town home in what she calls her coming soon marketing that's all it took home another Jennifer young success stories that town home sold for five thousand dollars over asking it just days and without the place even hitting the market that means no endless showings just sold.
"vicksburg" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"No I'LL GET A. There's always went out in front good. I'll help you say look. I'm going to tell you something I'm staying here in Vicksburg at the plant teaching and I doubt if I'll be able to get a plane out tonight. Probably not until tomorrow sometime so look if you need me for any reason at all. Why don't you just call me? Okay yes thank you still worried about emerging. Why do you say that the way you looked around when we stepped outside he? Would you like me to see a home thank you? You've done enough already about him. I made a mistake. That's off. We all make mistakes so forget about. I'm afraid this one can't be corrected very easily. But he is my cab. Good night Mr Dollar you and I will probably never meet again but I shan't forget your kindness. Thank you okay downtown please. I hope you have a nice trip home. Mr Dollar won't drive a hole into this feeling feet. Alright just shivering. What is it? What do the E eat? Let's call the driver and she fell back across the seat of the cab writing with pain. I took her in my arms and try to find out what it was but by that time she wasn't even speak in another ten seconds. She was unconscious. The cab driver delivered us to an emergency hospital five minutes later. They carried her into the ambulance entrance and at the driver goal and waited around the desk to see if I can learn what happened. Just waited beg emergency with one moment. Please please emergency not at this time. The night show. You'll have to call us thing in the morning. I'd suggest anytime after seven thirty. Yes yes look what? It'd be alright to go back and talk to the duck down not so well could you bring him out here. I've been waiting for credit. She'll be out in a very short while he knows you're waiting.
"vicksburg" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"And what he writes about. Appa matic's. In a Matic. That's one of those moments the surrender at Vicksburg is another where grant loves to take apart, the various myths that have surrounded these epic encounters during the war. And so he talked a little bit about Lee. He talks about his dress uniform and his military bearing and grant essentially says, in his in, in different words. But he says, you know, I, I looked a little sloppy I think in comparison because I didn't look this great picture of the soldier. But I think really takes great delight in that he was wearing the clothes that he used to, to come in on the field. And then he also talks about. There was a story that, that grew up after Vicksburg about Lee handing his sword, to grant, and surrender and grants. Generously handing it back. And he says this and much more that has been written is the purest romance. So there again, grant is, is puncturing romance and insisting on a realistic account of what happened. My guest is Elizabeth stammered her book, the annotated memoirs of Ulysses grant. We've got another segment with Elizabeth, so stay with us. In the meantime, please. Check out the latest book that I've written. It's called character, carved in stone, and it's about the twelve benches at trophy point on the campus at West Point, I visited there a few years ago and saw these benches, twelve different words, carved into the end of each bench, and that's the meat of this book character, carved in stone,.
Flooding rain threatening lives, property from eastern Texas to Mississippi
"Parts of the south central USA. Hammered by severe weather in flash floods this past week going to face some long-term river flooding right onto the rest of this month and even into June. According to the numbers we saw over the weekend southeastern Texas the Houston area hit by several rounds of flooding downpours damaging winds last week. The tail end of that onslaught of severe weather in heavy rain finally came through Saturday into Sunday morning. In areas from eastern Texas to Mississippi Louisiana, but look at the rainfall numbers going back from last Tuesday to Sunday this past day mother's day. Rainfall totals is highest fourteen and a quarter inches near Richmond. Texas just over fourteen inches near Perkins. Ston mississippi. Looks like the dry weather's gonna hold on for that region. Today could see some showers returning to eastern Texas by Tuesday. Rain not expected to trigger any widespread concern for aggravated flooding, dry weather should hold across the lower Mississippi valley through most of this week, but the river flooding may continue into the month of June. As floodwaters rivers further north continue making their way, southward toward the Gulf of Mexico, adding to the ongoing flooding on the lower Mississippi River. Now, heavy potentially severe thunderstorms may return next weekend to eastern Texas and the lower Mississippi valley, so we could see additional rises on the rivers. Moderate to major flooding already occurring along nearly the entire length of the Mississippi River from the Illinois border to west of New Orleans, the entire stretch also flooding taking place along the Missouri. Survive the Wabash and the white river's as well as other rivers there in the central USA. It looks like although the water levels on the smaller rivers should begin to fall below flood stage by maybe the middle part of this week. It's gonna take one or maybe two weeks for a crest to be reached along the lower portions of the Mississippi River minor flooding expected to continue through this week at Memphis, Tennessee, before the water level finally drops below flood stage there, however, the Mississippi Vicksburg Mississippi. Is not expected to reach its crest of fifty feet, which by the way, major flood stage till probably sometime nineteenth or twentieth. In other words, next weekend. Now in Baton Rouge. It may take until the final week of may for the river to crest there. The national weather service said they're expecting the river Baton Rouge to rise to forty four feet which will significantly affect shipping and industrial activities along the river. Although not forecast or each record flood stage will remain above major flood stage right on into the at least the end of may major flood stage.
"vicksburg" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"If you need to be active, physically socially, mentally and spiritually the other thing is I have met I have fun. And if I'm not having fun doing something, then I figure I've got to change what I'm doing a love her vice right there props to her today of seventy nine starting on her late seventies, even doing taekwondo taekwondo growing up. Can you still you still break boards? Nope. But. Ways. My son was going to be taking to they like a trial run for taekwondo class. And at the end, they get a break a board that was the big deal, and he broke it. And and he was like ally. My son was like dad, you can't even break a board. And I go. Agree like five boards. He goes because he kicked the board to break. He's like, no. You're not flexible enough in my. Oh, yeah. That's true. Your hand with my hand. I could. Oh, yeah. Could you break one? Thank you. Lindsay. They're thin. Okay. Then for the kids a little bit. Then I don't know. My everybody's strength is subpar. Katie get somebody in here what you can try. I'll bet you could. I bet you break to. We'll see start do it. I would try it. Don't wanna brag myself. But I will. Okay, taekwondo. Why are you just because we see what we see today? And it's hard to go back to what it was. Yes. Used to be when I took taekwondo when this happened seven seven when was four decades. Jason goodman. Would kill me. I won the battle of Vicksburg. Vania that is in Mississippi very much a regional tournament taekwondo tournament ended by age groups, and I won two first place trophies, inform and sparring. Okay. Wow. It was like a seven state tournament. So whatever get face if you're wondering what keeps Jared going all these years awards like that. Battle of Vicksburg. I made a U basketball in high school is that your Lincoln. Confidence. Because clearly he has more than agree. When he was seven eight seven trophies. You'll be impressed. Very very long won't be. Okay. Do you get colored belts? Yes. What the color belt the get to? Well, only did it for like a year. And then I broke my arm, and then we took a break, and we never went back. Taekwondo very expensive. I can believe that I was one strike away from green what's the highest black. It's white yellow than grain. They decide to yellow then you get you'd passing off. And you get like a green stripe at the end. Okay. Like your third or fourth one about my green belt, and I don't remember the order on blue red or whatever Brown and then black. I really really liked it. And I'm excited that we're going to do it now. Nice because the the Sensi that's great. Master. Jay was like, by the way, had a whole in there. He goes when you listen to your parents, the first high or when you listen to your parents ago the first time, yes. Kids enrolled in that. If you have any discipline prompted home come tell me, and I will work with them on that one on one here. Not listening at home. Why aren't you listening? Let's work on controlling who controls your attitude. We do sign them up right now the respected aspects I like that more so than anything. And plus I mean, you know, it's kind of like, Michael Jordan son has to live up to be Michael Jordan. Right. Vicks. I don't expect you to get my chief. That's. There's too much pressure. There's a lot to live up to the challenge because the battle Vicksburg gotta be invited. It's like seven states Zana, Texas. I mean have any idea what you were doing when you were seven mingka's 'cause I don't know. No winning the battle. Remember? What I was. We also did knuckle pushups, and it was the company is called ata. Remember what stood for punch you? Go. Hey. Battle of Vicksburg for sure you couldn't do today. A knucklehead up. I can't do what they call quote, unquote, which I find very offensive girl. Push. That can't do the girl pushups no-man's fallen off. I compare your body to credit. What do you mean? It's hard to get good credit. Right. Yes. You work so hard to get the good credit, right? Like a good body. And then you can ruin your credit in like a month. Yeah. Have really really good shape. And then like you let go for like three. Well, it depends on who you are normal people three months later like what happened. Now you wake up fat. Happened over like a decade, but its gradual. That's why it's so great to have a body. That's always been out of control. You finally get a little bit of control. You feel really good about yourself. You appreciate it. 'cause you're a little bit older when you should Katie you've lost over twenty pounds. Twenty two point two to be exact. I've gained two pounds of muscle. That's really weird. Yeah. So the good work. Thanks, Jason would say I lost like four hundred pounds. That's what he would say. It's a great accomplishment. I mean, it's no winning the battle vix. It's up there. Imagine avenue lot lane in the beds at night wondering however top. I have known each other for very long time. What teen years at this point? Today. I got like a little bit of an understanding a glimpse of why you are the way you are. Why is that just like the battle of Vicksburg anymore? Yeah. That builds the confidence, and I understand I had a lot of my parents instilled a lot of confidence in me in general and all of us, but I had like these like really kind of fund accomplishments at a young age, and then they totally stopped. Eighteen no more. It's all are done. Two hundred percent. So I.
"vicksburg" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Don't expect you to get my cheaper. Too much pressure. There's a lot to live up to the challenge because the bell Vicksburg. I'd be invited. It's like Sarah, seven, different states Zana, Texas. I mean, any idea what you were doing when you were seven mingka's around because I don't know. No winning the battle. Absolutely. Seven. We also did knuckle pushups. It was the company is called ata. Remember what stood for punch you? Go. Battle of Vicksburg for sure you couldn't do today. Knuckle push up. I can't do a regular what they call quote, unquote, which I find very offensive girl. Push push. The no man's fall off. I compare your body to like credit. What do you mean? It's hard to get good credit. Right. Yes. You work so hard to get the good credit, right? Like a good body. And then you can ruin your credit in like a month. Yeah. Have really really good shape. And then you let go like three. Well, it depends on who you are. But my normal people three months later, you're like what happened. I now you wake up fat. Probably happened over like a decade, but its gradual why it's so great to have a body. That's always been out of control. Finally, get a little bit of control. You feel really good about yourself. Appreciate it. 'cause you're a little bit older should Katie because you've lost over twenty pounds. Twenty two point two to be exact. I've gained two pounds of muscle. That's really. Yeah. So they're good work. Thanks, the good works say I lost like four hundred pounds. That's what he would say. It's a great accomplishment. I mean, it's no winning the battle of Vicksburg. It's up there. Imagine avenue lot lane in the beds at night wondering how will ever top? I have known each other for very long time teen years point. Yup. Today. I got like a little bit of an understanding a glimpse of why you are the way you are. Just like the battle of Vicksburg anymore. Yeah. That belts the confidence. And I. Had a lot of my parents instilled a lot of confidence in me in general and all of us, but I had like these like really kind of fund accomplishments at a young age, and then they totally stopped. Eighteen no more. It's all of are done percents. I gotta live off of that. You know what I'm saying? All right. We need one man. One woman is bow Sex's again, not the Vicksburg. Jaren case bow the sexes. That's coming up with Jared and Katie.
Storms sweep across US, killing 8
"At least eight people are dead three of them. Children. After storms rake the south of the weekend. National weather service meteorologist John Moore said tornadoes in his area of Mississippi did quite a bit of damage. One hit the town of Hamilton about one hundred forty miles south west of Memphis trees damage to homes damage to some businesses and area. I think roof came all the store in Vicksburg, we've had some large hill area as the store moved northeast. Suspected tornado. Hit a rural city in Ohio the times gazette reporting several homes and businesses were damaged after the apparent tornadoes struck Shelby about four o'clock Sunday afternoon. Shelby's about ninety miles from
EF-3 tornado strikes east Texas as severe weather slams Southeast
"Severe storms hammered east Texas on Saturday killing two children ages three and eight years old when a tree fell on their parent's car in Lufkin attorney Joe rip through Franklin Texas doing damage there with another possibly touching down in Vicksburg, Mississippi area, national weather service. Storm prediction center forecast or Jared. Guyer severe weather is expected for Sunday across the eastern third of the country like that main risk for severe weather on Sunday. We'll be focused from parts of Alabama Georgia and the Carolinas northward into Kentucky, West Virginia and even
"vicksburg" Discussed on 600 WREC
"I wasn't a rebel my great-grandfather pilot Shiloh Eleanor twentieth. Infantry down at Vicksburg ended up in the Vicksburg. Still finished war outta got shot in the leg. Would say he fought with the union army. But. I think people get your feelings hurt too damn easy anymore. It's just ridiculous. You know, I'm not saying all these black lives matter shirts. Hey, that's up to those people stay one where they can. If you wanna wear a. I Black Panthers shirt. Knock yourself out. I don't care. Yeah. There you go. I just don't like you said people get their feelings hurt. If I see somebody waitressing offensive, you know, what I think to myself most of the time people wear offensive things. So that you will take the bait. So that you will get in their face. There is no doubt that this dude decided to wear shirt with a confederate flag in a news said Mississippi Justice, so that somebody would do exactly this. Give him the attention that he wanted. He may be a KKK recruitment. I don't know. I don't care because I don't have time for someone like this. I get a kick out because I'm thinking this person that guy so offended owner. He's got a safe room or something where you can go and cuddle up and cry got a teddy bear in there or something. Well, I mean, the idea that it made you not want to vote. The other person was offended. I'm just sitting there. I'm going. Come on like this. If I see a PO s voting with this type of T shirt, all I'm going to be more fired up. I'm going to be more jacked up to vote because I'm going to be like, yes. This is awesome. I'm about to vote. Yep. And that's their right. That's what I say. I served three years in the military sixty six to sixty nine. And. You know, that's their right. When I come home. I got spit on. But you know, what it was their right to do that. I guess I mean, I I would say that you don't have the right to do assault. Somebody like spitting on you. You have the right to yell. You have the right to scream you'll have the right to assault me the way that you guys were. But even you get it. That's what you fought for. So that be why the freedom to disagree and say that you're a killer in a murderer and a terrible person. Yeah. I did Jane my political parties after that. That's all God bless you. Thank you for your services country. Good to talk to you earn five three five nine seven three two. Matt you're on the Ben Ferguson show. Hi, Matt go ahead. All right. Matt. Hey this. The one thing that I can't get over is who's the biggest bigger races. So this guy's gonna see something wearing shirt. So he's to apply that to every every conservative every Republican. So let's not also forget that anybody that has ever flown that flag or as a statue of them were first foremost, the Democrats. Right. Well, first and foremost, historically, you're correct. Yes. So so you're going to have this guy. You know, say, hey, US Republicans are conservatives are bad because of this one throwback onto wears a stupid shirt. Is that what he's saying? And I have no idea if he was a Republican or democrat, I don't care and by the way, even if this guy did decide to vote Republican he does not represent me. He represented his own racist self. That's right. I mean, that's what he's January is not. I mean, he's he's clearly a racist that wanted attention. And he got exactly what isn't was when he went to the polls I'm gonna wear inflammatory shirt that'll get everybody all pissed off. And they're going to give me a bunch of attention. And please take my picture put it on social media, and I'll become famous probably in his racist community. All right. Which isn't a whole lot of people because I can tell you right now on the conservative side. One. Yeah. I don't I don't have time for racist people, and I've been a Republican for a long time. And I I mean coming into Republican events or whatever you can call it. I'm not seeing many racist show up klansman aren't showing up. You get my point. That's right. Thank you, sir. Really nice to talk to you. And I appreciate the phone..
Woman, 2 great grandchildren reportedly killed by Calf. blaze
"Your that goes smart speaker just say hey Alexa play, WBZ NewsRadio on iheart radio it's an all out effort. To stop the fires and Redding California police say a seventy year old woman enter to young great, grandchildren, are confirmed. Dead amidst the raging wildfire that brings the death toll to five. At least thirty-seven thousand residents have been displaced ABC's Alec stone tells us at least five hundred buildings across more than eighty thousand acres have been destroyed there. Is no let up in the firefight it remains a tough battle here in the downtown area of. Reading it is raining ash and not just ash the big chunks. Of trees and homes that were picked up in the air as a burned. And they landed mile Miles away up, the road a bit from downtown entire neighborhoods are gone and the. Firefight continues wins a fueling the fire also pushing it away from reading a city about ninety thousand along with other populated areas nearby yet thousands remain under evacuation orders. WBZ news time four forty one we check sports on this Saturday afternoon WBZ's Chris, pharma, is, in the ace hticket dot com. Sports studio we have been this begin this one Mike at patriots training, camp first full day of full pad practices the third straight day when questions from the media received non answer answers for members of the. Team including quarterback Tom Brady who left his. Press. Conference abruptly after a question about Julian Edelman and Alex Guerrero meantime down in Vicksburg Mississippi Malcolm Butler. Recently sat down with ESPN's Cameron Rolf and. When the former patriot was asked his thoughts about what happened in. The Super Bowl last February Butler was honest about both his candor and is a vase of nece it was a it was a tough. Time learning time and Is good now move for move though so Not. Really I'm trying to flip the question Butler added that Belichick called to congratulate him and thank him for his contributions in. New England after he signed with Tennessee training camp continues for the pats tomorrow morning game three or four tonight between the SOX, and twins the two clubs have split the first two of this four. Game series Rick Porcelli will be on the mound. For Boston Jayco to Rizzi will go for Minnesota and other. Baseball news the royals played their first game without. Third baseman Mike new stock is the first of two today against, the Yankees and it's going well in the ninth Kansas City leads the bombers, by ten five. Score socks we'll have a five and a half game lead in. The east if it holds up, Chris Fava,.
"vicksburg" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"T.. L. gets you the fifteen percent off the early bird. Again you get ten more days to get those so grab, them up as we continue here with let's talk to Mark he's in Vicksburg Mississippi listening to w g Hello Mark hey guys. How're you doing what's on your mind tonight. Yeah I heard you talking. Earlier about the civil war and I wanted to interject a different thought there sure this civil. War was avoidable because and slavery wouldn't have ceased to exist because it was economically, not viable correct It was already, becoming Disintegrating and had the Thanks long would, eventually done away with but the civil war started The same ways that slavery would have, been it and that's money The style the north wanted the? Commodities south produced but they didn't want to pay for it right And the fact they tax the, south prior to the civil war pretty heavily correct As far as the the session argument The thing is going to kill the United States is again muddy Twenty trillion dollars in debt and. Growing there is no concern so that there's no restraint upon it and the only way that the federal government keeps the states on a, leash is because of the day. They borrow money and in turn give that money to the states Yep Which is basically. Bribery, Yup And in return to. States Hey. That they. Never with examples seatbelt laws there's one state in the union where adults don't have to wear seatbelts that's New Hampshire And that's because New Hampshire has refused the at. This point measly three, million dollars that's on the table for them, switching, over to enforcing. At least a secondary seatbelt federal bribe hanging so the federal government just some money out forty nine states said yeah we'll take. That and it gives the cops more? Opportunities to pull people over and then perhaps sniff around the car for some marijuana or whatever why wouldn't. We want to do this. So what you have is a defacto, federal, seat belt law that has. Been brought. Into the same thing true of the drinking age it's basically true of. Just about every Yeah I mean most most the this is the thing that people don't understand the United States is not a country the United States is not a country the United States is not a country the United. States is a federal, government that rules over fifty states right state, is, a term for. An organization that claims the monopoly privilege over the use of violence at a given landmark they were supposed to be nation-states right. European Union has has a great deal? In common with the United States federal government it's a federation the holy Roman empire had a lot in. Common with the United States. Federal government it's just that as long And like one other point. Before I get cut off The reason the debt will kill us is because. Of a secondary problem that's going on a dentist division We have division. Created by political differences in philosophies we have divisions racial I might say a large part manufactured racial spry, it's not nearly as. Widespread as the media would lead you to believe more widespread as as it's manufactured though that is great So we have this these divisions these abides they, are being created by Conspiratorial but..
"vicksburg" Discussed on AM Joy
"Reporting that inside michael cohen's office on the twenty sixth floor of trump tower he met with a russian oligarch named victor vicksburg discussing a mutual desire to strengthen russians relations with the us and trump according to andrew intruder who of course we know wound up showing up at the inauguration and is cousins with mr vicksburg in you're getting some of the information that is leading to this how does this relate to and why is this coming up as a result of the stormy daniels lawsuit well joy you know for better or worse than we think is better and we we are becoming a repository of information people are sharing information with us on a daily basis we are encouraging people to do so these are true patriots in every sense of the word people that love their country that believe in truth that believe in bringing the evidence the american people and they are supported our cause and they are providing information to us on a daily basis and i'm going to encourage people this morning to continue to do so because this is a very serious matter and the american people deserve to know the truth they deserve to have the facts and the evidence and we're going to continue to do what we've been doing and that is speaking the truth and what you've been doing also is obviously trying to pursue the case for your client who wants to get out of this nda with donald trump on thursday you filed you and your team filed a motion to lift a stay there's a ninety day hold on the lawsuit over that.
"vicksburg" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Muller is nailing people for process crimes to get them to shut their mouths so they don't talk about what actually happened mike flynn was the head of the dia you don't think he knows what happened during the obama administration vicksburg is loosely tied at best to the trump sphere at best he's deeply tied to the clinton sphere and skulk skoko and the russians effort to steal our technology by the way if you read some publicly available reporting some of the technology stolen may have been used in a russian hypersonic missile while hillary clinton was running the state department oh and by the way all the people in the skull komo seventeen of twenty eight companies involved in that project donated to the clinton foundation but yes let's investigate him for his loose ties at best to trump folks these examples go on and on and on i'm not done i have about three or four more people who are deeply embedded in the clinton space and the scandal who have very loose ties to trump at best put are being investigated for process stuff everson if they find something later knock yourselves out we have seen nothing nothing but evidence that these people and the potential shady activity was in the clinton orbit not the trump won but what better way to throw up a smokescreen to get everybody's attention diverted all right folks i'm dan bongino dbongino on twitter comments and criticisms we take them all if you want to give us a call eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one.
"vicksburg" Discussed on WTMA
"Get them to shut their mouths so they don't talk about what actually happened mike flynn was the head of the dia you don't think he knows what happened during the obama administration vicksburg is loosely tied at best to the trump sphere at best he's deeply tied to the clinton sphere and skolko and the russians effort to steal our technology by the way if you read some publicly available reporting some of the technology stolen may have been used in a russian hypersonic missile while hillary clinton was running the state department oh and by the way all the people in the stoke seventeen of twenty eight companies involved in that project donated to the clinton foundation yes let's investigate him for his loose ties at best to trump folks these examples go on and on and on i'm not done i have about three or four more people who are deeply embedded in the clinton space and the scandal who have very loose ties to trump at best put are being investigated for process stuff everson if they find something later knock yourselves out we have seen nothing nothing but evidence that these people and the potential shady activity was in the clinton orbit not the trump won but what better way to throw up a smokescreen to get everybody's attention diverted all right folks i'm dan bongino at d bungee no on twitter comments and criticisms we take them all if you want to give us a call eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one.
"vicksburg" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Thank you you bet thanks and it may be friday but there's still a lot of news to get to really tonight stay with us in two thousand fourteen the fbi's boston field office issued a rare public mourning it alerted tech companies and universities in the boston area to the quote possible perils of entering into joint partnerships with foreign venture capital firms from russia these partnerships the fbi said we're primarily promoted by the skulk of a foundation a russian organisation promoting scarves startups and often described as russia's answer to silicon valley as the fbi warned quote the foundation may be a means for the russian government to access our nation's sensitive or classified research development facilities and dual use technologies with military and commercial applications the head of that foundation that the f b i warned about four years ago is this man russian oligarch viktor vicksburg vecsey bergh's fifteen billion dollar fortune currently puts him at number seventy five on the world's richest list as such he is closely elected to russian president vladimir putin on like other oligarchs vessel berg is not believed to have ties to russian organized crime and though there is disagreement about whether he's a member of putin's inner circle he certainly interacts with the russian president on a regular basis he sat at the table next to putin at the infamous rt dinner in two thousand fifteen the same one attended by trump's former national security adviser michael flynn and green party candidate jill stein that fbi warning about vicksburg foundation for years ago was dug up today by tim mack at npr vicksburg has been in the news a lot lately most recently his name appeared in documents released by stormy daniels lawyer michael evan nadi alleging that the us affiliate of excellence company columbus nova paid five hundred thousand dollars into a shell company controlled by michael cohen columbus nova has denied that those payments to cohen had anything to do with vessel burke although the company's ceo happens to be.
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"Is undergoing treatment for brain cancer fox news we report you decide news now i'm dan martin authorities say a toddler has died after falling from a moving tractor in south western michigan the kalamazoo county sheriff's office says the accident occurred wednesday evening on private property in brady township at identified the child is two and a half year old mason william hikes of vicksburg details about the fall were not immediately released the death is under investigation state regulators say michigan's market for oilbased products made from marijuana will now be covered under medical marijuana laws the department of licensing and regulatory affairs on thursday issued its first classification of what is known as cbd oil it can be derived from marijuana or hemp plants but it doesn't give users the high feeling associated with.
Firm Tied to Russian Oligarch Made Payments to Michael Cohen
"Which paid off the pornstar novartis pharmaceuticals paid twenty dollars less than one hundred thousand dollars they paid ninety nine thousand nine hundred and eighty dollars on october fifth again on november third again on december first and then again on january fifth twenty eighteen this year so four payments each for just under one hundred thousand dollars almost as if there was a twenty dollar wire fee that novartis was deducting from what mr cohen got to take and and as an mr dotty notes and it's true right after that last payment from novartis in january twenty eighteen president trump did have dinner with the ceo of novartis before his speech at the world economic forum in davos what was novartis pain for but there's there's one more payment and the other payment is the one that gets the front page headline in the new york times tonight firm tied to russian oligarch made payments to michael cohen all right here's how it's presented in avenues documents chief among the suspicious financial transactions involving essential consultants llc are approximately five hundred thousand dollars in payments received from mr victor vicksburg a russian oligarch with an estimated net worth of nearly thirteen billion dollars mr vessel berg and his cousin andrew and trader routed eight payments to michael cohen to essential consultants llc of through a company called columbus nova beginning in january twenty seventeen and continuing until at least august two thousand seventeen columbus novas a private equity firm with over two billion dollars in assets andrew in trader is the ceo of columbus nova columbus nova is the us investment vehicle for renova group which is a multinational company controlled by viktor vessel berg.
"vicksburg" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"What you'd have to say engineering super feats to capture vicksburg by digging canals by rerouting rivers north of the river early and then they all failed and he stole a march he goes south of vicksburg on the west side of the mississippi and crosses the mississippi it was not apparent to anybody what he was up to did graham have in mind what happened in the end taking jackson and reversing march on vicksburg did he have that in his mind when he when he went south i don't i don't think he had it fully developed but i think he definitely was the type of leader that remain flexible and didn't become wedded to to a plan he was aware of opportunities that present themselves so when he found an opportunity to cross the mississippi bruins berg he took it what they found when he had an opportunity to what he's what he calls cut loose from his from his communications from his supply line and and had east towards jackson he did it he he he was aware of the unfolding opportunities and he took advantage of now he was facing or could have been facing johnston who commanded the that the department at jackson you write the johnston is an example of a leader who gets pessimistic too early what does that mean he was a a very defensive minded general preferred that the defense to the offense and the defense does have some inherent advantages but now those one by offensive action and and johnson johnson did not have that in his personality so as as grant maneuvered pemberton into a a bottle as as he entrapped him and vicksburg johnston was really pemberton's only only hope for rescue from the outside and johnston was just entirely too pessimistic to take that initiative he did eventually go to jackson and immediately proclaimed he'd arrive too late and pretty much left pemberton to his own devices allowing grant to get between johnston to the east and vicksburg pemberton through the west and to destroy them in sit in sequence and not be attacked together was that because the confederates did not have a good communications line because johnson was too timid because pemberton was stuck in vicksburg there one explanation why the superior force didn't didn't squeeze didn't hit a grant from both directions i think because pemberton was too fixated on terrain he.
"vicksburg" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Was he was obsessed with with vicksburg itself he didn't realize that that the threat was really grant's army so he was unwilling to abandon or leave or get too far away from vicksburg and respond to grant and johnston was just too pessimistic to go on the offense of and and tackle grant so so both men played right into grants hands cabinets their territory grand is fighting on their home field he should be at a tremendous disadvantage did they not understand that they go on the offense well that's obviously apparent to us in hindsight but but no even though grant was in this predicament that you described he was the risk taker and part of that explanation is drawn from grants experiences a quartermaster in in the mexican war where each seem winfield scott boldly cut loose from his line of communications deep inside enemy territory and grant knew that could be done he'd seen it down he participated in this success in mexico but he knew that in order to be successful he had to keep moving and he had to fight and win battles and that's exactly what he did the additional twist of fate here is that after granite successful stealing across the river marching east to destroy the confederates had jackson then marching back west along the rail line cutting vicksburg off from resupply laying siege to vicksburg so that it's surrendered after all that lincoln writes a letter abraham lincoln the president apologizing for having misjudged grant and for having thought he was wrong all the time this is a stunning admission by a commander in chief how is this to lincoln's credit kevin well lincoln he closes this letter saying i now wish to make the personal acknowledgement that you were right and i was wrong this is pretty magnanimous and pretty humble for the commander in chief and i think it's it's reflective of even though lincoln perhaps has some doubts about brand he was willing to trust the man on the ground he was willing to trust a guy who had given the country victories that other generals had not and lincoln was willing to to trust them and and and that's exactly what he did the book is the.
"vicksburg" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"River regroup and counterattack the next morning which kept us aren't disease yeah then then they went down to vicksburg and and one child now then onto the expert whether it was the siege and andrew hickenlooper had the idea that that they would dig tunnels under the redoubt and he directed all that hit about two hundred people working for him and these tunnels eventually what blew up the redoubt the fortification walls and allow them to to win and then he was you know i mean he ended up being the second youngest general in the in us military history secondly to custer i told you this caught my eye because i'm in the middle of run out great book about grant and you're you bitterly noted that andrew can looper did not get the credit he deserved so funny you look at it and he was very modest guide never never sang as own never to his own horn and he went on then from from vicksburg and sherman requested him to come because in sherman's march to the sea people always think wow what an amazing feat and what was so unique about sherman's march to the sea was he had no supply line he was going as fast as he could so he had including soldiers and support he had fifteen thousand soldiers thousand support so he had eighteen thousand people and horses and they were foraging so they stopped for more than a day somewhere they were like locus they would have eaten everything that could be eaten they had to keep moving well if you look at south georgia it is full of streams and marshes and floods and andrew hickenlooper was in charge at one hundred eighty.
"vicksburg" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Magic bullet there is no magic bullet but it at least it will deter it'll be better with that with one most yeah amend other measures to take care of those who would breach your front door so i think it's a it's a it's a foolish argument the second thing i'd like to mention is we need a wall for another reason as well the mexican government is fairly unstable it's in a power struggle with the cartels if if that government collapsed which it could cause they're using us as their welfare system like you mentioned we could have not five or ten people trying to cross the border one time not twenty or twenty five we could have refugees in the thousands coming in the wall would be even more necessary then i'm incredibly disappointed in steve pearce that he does not understand that i i don't know i don't know what what his reasoning behind it was i guess he didn't want to upset some people there that may or may not even vote for him i mean i don't know why you don't play to your constituency instead of trying to and this is where republicans get in trouble you know they say things in a hedge and they act like democrats so that they look like they're reaching across and democrats will will vote for him they don't ever vote for him anyway and you've you've lost your integrity because you've him hot around the policy that your president in what you're the agenda has stated at vicksburg called gm.
"vicksburg" Discussed on Examining Politics
"And he did a lot of that out west as i mentioned earlier out in western central tennessee and mississippi and the vicksburg campaign and his stock just kept rising and kept rising in the eyes of the president until eventually by the the opening campaign of eighteen sixty four lincoln realized that the man that was the could possibly be lee was really his western theater commander which was grant and he brought him east and he proved to be ultimately the man for the job just months before he joined up with the with the cause with the union 'cause he was selling firewood in saint louis on a street he did a lot of jobs before the war and like i said i think i think it's pretty safe to say that if it had not been for the war probably would not have re entered the military and we most certainly wouldn't know much about him today or be talking about him today but you know there was this opportunity and he was well suited for it and he was able to do things that really you could argue no one else ultimately could do right i mean lead didn't win every battle that he fought but but but nobody was nobody was able to bring the army northern virginia to surrender other than grin so yeah and you know i it it it's a factor here at apple matic's too because when we think about leeann grit meeting face to face to iron out.
"vicksburg" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Been a voice strongly against it but yes i mean if if somebody could if grant couldn't do that thing vicksburg lincoln would be looking for anybody else to try to do it because it had to be done now grant came up with a plan to vicksburg and the way you write it is very dramatic jack that all of a sudden they realized they couldn't see can't get the river boat you you think you you can't pass expert because of all the guns see you can't run your ironclad and your supply ships down the river so therefore you're from the north only as the as union approach but it was grads planned to bypass vicksburg to the west and have mclernon and sherman march all the way down below and cross the river and then have gunboats and supply boats run the blockade one night when the confederate were partying i think they were having a grand ball up in vicksburg and were caught unaware grants plan ultimately jack is hitting them where they aim that's what he did he flanked vicksburg right against germans advice by the way sherman pleaded with you not to do it you know because it was against every with point teaching like it was to do that but uh but granted granted tried seven other different or six or seven other different route to try to get there and he couldn't get there any other way and he said you know we this is the only way left we got to do this and you know he knew he was facing ruin if if if it didn't work it's a miracle jack jet i realize now in studying again through your book a grants apparent grants way of taking vicksburg that was the that was the best battleplan of the war that was the most successful use of troops not throwing them against that the directly against vicksburg but going all the way around attacking east and then coming from the east back so you are attacking vicksburg from from the east it it stymied pemberton it led to the siege of course grant still tried to throw his forces he got litter rid of mclernon but grant deserves the success that he enjoys.