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"170 days" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:08 min | 9 months ago

"170 days" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Frankfurt continues and there's been all kinds of chatter about this mask, mandate bill slash education bill and kind of where we are and where we go next. My question is, what kind of flexibility does this give schools your school and as a parent? What kind of flexibility or options does it give you and your kids? There's just so many questions about this state representative Steve Riley is from Glasgow. He's the vice chair of the of the committee that yesterday said no to the revision of the bill and then later in the day, said yes. But he certainly can bring us some information about this bill and where we are in the house and Senate and we'll see if we can make a little sense out of what are really is a lot of confusing information that's kind of come out over the past few days. Representative Riley. I really do appreciate you spending some time with us and giving us a little clarity on this. And I guess my first question to you would be. Where are we right now? Does it appear that the House and the Senate Are on the same page when it comes to this bill. Yes, sir. Right now we're hearing Senate Bill one. Which is a mirror of house, Bill. One, Okay, and we're hearing a testimony right now in the in the chambers. So it looks like we're going to know there was there was a point there where there were some differences. It looks like everybody is on the same page. So we're all going to be kind of looking at the same thing here, Correct? It appears that way. Yes, sir. So If this bill passes and I would expect that it will, uh what? What's what's different our local school districts and municipalities. They're going to be able to make their own decisions about masks. Am I correct? That's correct. They will, they will have to present a plan to Katie within five days after the final passage of the bill to indicate what their plan is going to be as far as Masker are concerned. And that will be up to them determine what kind of where they want to have mass not have mass. What kind of plan they want to do. What what? What are the parameters they're going to attach to it. They're going to have a lot of flexibility and in this, uh as far as mask or concerns So parents, it's it's always or it's generally easier to access government at the most local level, because, you know they're paying attention and things so parents will have a chance to go to their schools into their school boards and let their voices be heard at that point, which is, you know, a lot easier to do than then going to Frankfurt where you have so many different constituents, and you know you're talking about a statewide situation so we can do all this at the local level is what I'm hearing. And that's correct. And it's at the Frankfurt level. You know, if you live in Louisville, you're not my constituents. You know, I had the Kasich was in my area, so a lot of those people making those decisions. Are not your representative. And if you get the cheese is made by Franklin, But if you're doing a local school board, it is people that are that are representing your community. So what does the bill say about non traditional instruction? How much flexibility our our local school is going to have? Because if we're going to shut down You know if if we want to send everybody home, we don't want to have to send down that send the whole school district down. Necessarily. Because there might be a couple of there might be a couple of schools. There might be a couple of classrooms and an individual school. Where it might make more sense to have everybody at home for a while. How do we? How do we address that? So here they hear the options, Joe one, Of course, they're going to have 10 empty. I base which many school districts have been doing for the last five or six years, primarily for inclement weather. Um, but they can use these for covid. Um, schools are also going to have 20 remote learning dates, and that's the part that you mentioned about closing a particular school, a particular grade or whatever that may need to be. If you have a major outbreak, and it would not Require the rest of the school district to close. That would just be that area and those students are gone. Remote instruction. You have 20 days to do that. The other way that you can do this is that in Kentucky, you go to school 170 days. That's the minimum. You have to go right and put a provision in that you have to go 1000 62 hours. So if your day if you know 6.6 hours, which I think Louisville is, many of the school systems are seven hours. A school can decide that they need. If there's a big outbreak, they can shut down. For a period time. But by the end of the school year by the end of May or June, or whenever you get out, you have perhaps who completed 1000. 62 hours. Now, you can make up a lot of those hours by going 10 minutes at the end of the school day, whatever that may be, But it gives you flexibility to be able to do all those things. And, um and that and that last you know this year. But the way we looked at it is we're giving schools flexibility. And then we come back in January and in January if we have to make adjustments if the outbreak gets worse or or if you get if we get a lot better. We have the ability to make adjustments. Once we come back in January, so this is designed.

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"170 days" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

07:02 min | 9 months ago

"170 days" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"A s Louisville Police need the public's help in finding a victim of a kidnapping for ransom Sergeant met Kennington, says the family of 25 year old Jermaine Spruell, her Received several facetime calls showing him bound with several guns pointed at him were requesting the community's help to try to locate Mr Spur and his vehicle. The victim's vehicle is a blue 2016 Jeep Cherokee with the black Carbon fiber hood. With the Kentucky this plate of 771 JW, and it also has tended Windows. Sergeant Kennington says the kidnappers demanded a large amount of money from spruce family for his return. Louisville's professional women's soccer team is losing one of its star players to international duty racing. Louisville forward Nadia Nadim has been called up to Denmark's national team for the start of the 2023 World Cup qualifying. Denmark is Nadine's adopted nation, an Afghan refugee, Her family fled there when she was a child. And today marks the 50th anniversary of the release of John Lennon's Imagine album. Imagine There's no Heaven The song Imagine Reached Number three on the billboard Hot 100 back in 1971 hell below ours! Your next news in 30 minutes. I'm Paul Miles. NewsRadio, 8 40 W H A. S Joe Elliott For Terry Miners at NewsRadio 8 40. W. H S. The special session in Frankfurt continues. And there's been all kinds of chatter about this mask, mandate Bill slash education bill and kind of where we are and where we go next. My question is, what kind of flexibility does this give schools your school and as a parent? What kind of flexibility or options does it give you and your kids? There's just so many questions about this state representative Steve Riley is from Glasgow. He's the vice chair of the of the committee that yesterday said no to the revision of the bill and then later in the day, said yes. But he certainly can bring us some information about this bill and where we are in the house and Senate and we'll see if we can make a little sense out of what are it really is a lot of confusing information that's kind of come out over the past few days. Representative Riley. I really do appreciate you spending some time with us and giving us a little clarity on this. And I guess my first question to you would be. Where are we right now? Does it appear that the House and the Senate Are on the same page when it comes to this bill. Yes, sir. Right now we're hearing Senate Bill one. Which is a mirror of house, Bill. One, Okay? And we're hearing, uh, testimony it right now in the in the chambers. So it looks like we're going to. I know there was there was a point there where there were some differences. It looks like everybody is on the same page. So we're all going to be kind of looking at the same thing here, Correct? It appears that way. Yes, sir. So If this bill passes and I would expect that it will, uh what? What's what's different our local school districts and municipalities. They're going to be able to make their own decisions about masks. Am I correct? That's correct. They will, they will have to present a plan to Katie within five days after the final passage of the bill to indicate what their plan is going to be as far as mask are concerned. And that will be up to them. Determine what kind of whether they want to have mass not have mask. What kind of plan they want to do. What what? What are the parameters They're going attached to it. They're going to have a lot of flexibility. And in this, uh As far as mask are concerned. So parents, it's it's always or it's generally easier to access government at at the most local level, because you know they're they're paying attention and things so parents will have a chance to go to their schools and to their school boards and let their voices be heard at that point, which is, you know a lot easier to do than than going to Frankfurt where you have so many different constituents, and you know you're talking about a statewide situation so we can do all this at the local level is what I'm hearing. That's correct. And it's at the Frankfurt level. You know, if you live in Louisville, you're not my constituent. You know, I had the constituents in my area, so a lot of those people making those decisions. Are not your representative. And if get decisions made by, frankly But if you're doing a local school board, it is people that are that are representing your your community. So what does the bill say about non traditional instruction? How much flexibility our our local schools going to have? Because if we're going to shut down You know if if we want to send everybody home, we don't want to have to send down. Send the whole school district down. Necessarily, because there might be a couple of there might be a couple of schools. There might be a couple of classrooms and an individual school. Where it might make more sense to have everybody at home for a while. How do we? How do we address that? We'll hear that here. The options, Joe one. Of course, they're going to have 10 empty. I debate which many school districts have been doing for the last five or six years, primarily for inclement weather. Um, but they can use these for covid. Um, schools are also going to have 20 remote learning dates, and that's the part that you mentioned about closing a particular school, a particular grade or whatever that may need to be. If you have a major outbreak, and it would not Require the rest of the school district to close. That would just be that area and those students are gone. Remote instruction. You have 20 days to do that. The other way that you can do this is that in Kentucky, you go to school 170 days. That's the minimum. You have to go right and put a provision in that you have to go about 62 hours. So if your day is, you know, 6.6 hours, which I think Louisville is. Many of the school systems are seven hours at school can decide that they need. If there's a big outbreak, they can shut down. For a period time. But by the end of the school year by the end of May or June, or whenever you get out, you have to have two completed 1000 62 hours Now you can make up a lot of those hours by going 10 minutes at the end of the school day, whatever that may be, But it gives you flexibility to be able to do all those things. And, um and that and that last you know this year. But the way we looked at it is we're giving schools flexibility, and then we come back in January and in January. If we have to make adjustments, the outbreak gets worser or if you get if we get a lot better. We have the ability to make adjustments. Once we come back in January, so this is designed to get schools to December 31st. It's what it's designed to do. I got you. How about testing? Is there Is there any provision for testing if there's if there's some sort of outbreak in his? Are.

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"170 days" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:03 min | 11 months ago

"170 days" Discussed on WJR 760

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"170 days" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:09 min | 11 months ago

"170 days" Discussed on WJR 760

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"170 days" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"170 days" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Closed 75 points lower and the S and P 500 lost 35 points. The declines were all under 1%. Wal Mart, Home Depot and Macy's all posted better than expected quarterly results, but only Wal Mart was rewarded by investors. It shares Rose 2%. Home Depot shares fell. 1% Macy stock fell 4/10 percent. Retailers will continue to release quarterly results today. We'll hear from Target lows, L brands and TJX. J. P. Morgan Chase has told employees working in its U. S offices that they can ditch face masks if they're fully vaccinated, Chases the first major bank to announce a policy change after the latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control But being the biggest bank in the nation, other financial institutions often follow its lead. Back to you, Ryan. Thank you, Jeff Ryan Gorman in for Jimmy several Oh, here on South Florida's first news, and now let me bring in Wi OD national correspondent Rory O'Neill. He can follow on Twitter at Radio Rory. Good morning to you, Rory, and I'm excited to hear about the show. You know, I had seen a couple of articles on it. Ah, while back, but But now I guess this is a reality. It's it's actually going to happen, and the ultimate prize is online gaming reality TV seen before. Yeah. Good morning, Ryan. So the show is called, Who wants to be an astronaut and the online application portal is now open. So by the way, I need your height, your weight and your gender. They'll take male female, non binary or other If you're filling out the form in your name, it's 2021 key pieces of information they need. I get. It s O s right now. The former is pretty basic, but it does ask you Are you artistic? Do you play an instrument? Do you have any health conditions? If you get past this screening, surely there will be a lot more intense physical scrutiny. And then it's an eight episodes. Syria's that will culminate in this trip to the international space station for eight days. How is this gonna work? Well, what is the competition going to be like? Well, they haven't said a whole lot. Now there will be a panel of judges that will select the final winner for this company called Axiom, based in Texas eyes working with NASA and Space X. They just won the contract for the first all private mission to the space station early next year. S O the This. This will be flight number two. You'll be flying about the winner of this competition would be flying aboard Flight two for axiom. We don't know exactly when this will happen either. So the timetables a bit up in the air, but they are taking the applications right now. You're gonna have to have somebody you know, or whoever is competing in this that they're gonna have to be able to handle quite a lot. It's not. You can't. Just not Everybody could just go up into space. You know what I mean? There's there's a lot it takes a physical toll. So it's gonna be interesting to see how they determined. You know which contestants fit that criteria can handle that. And I guess that's probably gonna be part of the show is watching people. You know, right, watching vomiting. And not for this being able to do it. One of them in the vomit comet, I'm sure but but you also don't have to be a triathlete. I think what they're no show is that you don't have to be a perfect specimen either. And they, you know the contestants they're looking for. I'm sure you look, They're casting a reality show. Close your eyes. You can already picture Don't close your eyes if you're driving, but you could already picture it. You know, it's gonna be half man. Half women. There's gonna be a little you know, to older people one a little younger, just turned nine. 18 s so it's it's a TV show. But really, the grand prize at the end is a pretty incredible experience as this is really about normalizing access to space on making it more accessible to everyone with a lot of money. Yeah. Who wants to be an astronaut? A real show Come into the discovery Channel with the ultimate prize being Would you go trip into space? No. Again, I say I barely get off my couch. I'm not going into space. I'm barely leave my opponent worth getting it down. Now. I don't think so. That seems, seems like a lot of work. To be honest with you. Wi OD national correspondent Rory O'Neil with this you can follow him on Twitter at Radio Rory, Right. Thanks for the time this morning. We'll talk tomorrow. Thanks, right. I would say many. If you can't handle rollercoasters, then I probably would not sign up for this. I think at the very least you have to be able to deal with that hard to imagine any other once in a lifetime opportunities like that. Don't. I mean, this is pretty girl Now? Would you sign up with you? Would you do it in a split second? Yeah, I figured because you did mention yesterday you had skydived before. So if you if you do that, then I would think this would be of great interest. Just I mean, your name would be on a very, very short list of people who You know, have done something like that have actually traveled into space. Yeah, see, I would like to. I would love that. That look back at Earth. You know what I mean? Because, and I talked to her a NASCAR. Not recently about this very thing. Someone who's been up in space been out like 170 days up in space, and we talked about just seeing the earth from that perspective, so that would be kind of cool but noble, too lazy to put in all the work that they would take care of that for a second. I got to do that. All.

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"170 days" Discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast

Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"170 days" Discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast

"This is the bar Brian and Jeff Goodman podcast, NBA some college little bit of everything. You know, what can I say? But it wasn't going to happen here with him. I was wrong with it because it wasn't about talent. I didn't think. All right, let's get right to. It are welcomed into another episode of the Iran and Goodman podcast. I'm Jeff Goodman. He is Bob Ryan and we are joined by one of my favorite people. In this business. One of the best people in this business and that is NBC Sports has Chris forsberg. Who's done a great job here in Boston covering a Celtics for years? Hold on, hold on. Can I can I can I start this off? Like the only reason I'm in this chair is because of the man who's down here on my zoom bubble cuz I used to go harass Bob Ryan after birth. Celtics games while I was at the Boston Globe and I'd be like, Bob. I know it's 1 a.m., I know, we have just finished putting the finishing touches on your latest article but I need you to come talk to this camera for five minutes and I always oblige. I had literally I have an Emmy Award on my wall because I made him talk about Gino on the Jumbotron on one night at like 3 in the morning and he gave this great Soliloquy about the history Gino and why it a table just saying. So I am honored to be on here. I feel a little bit over overmatched with the quality of talent that is already on this podcast. I've been overmatched, I've been over a month or two years doing this podcast. So get used to it. Very nicely to say that you know will come up in my conversation over the weekend. When I go to the Hall of Fame, enshrinement becomes a net is being deducted and no one enjoyed Gino, no one no one in the stands. Enjoyed those moments more than Kevin Garnett dead. When they put that video up, whatever any coach was saying was utterly irrelevant to Kevin Garnett, you know, the game was over anyway, but point is he just loved it anyway? So I think about it off, anyway, thank you. Good to be with you question. I'm wearing this hat in honor of Jaylen brown right now, in fact, we've lost Jaylen Brown for the playoffs and and how big of an impact of that is to the Celtics. I'll throw it to both of you guys, for me. It's big, but there were five hundred team with Jaylin. There were five hundred Team without Jaylen. I don't think they were going anywhere either way, but now it's just like, all right. Is there any Intrigue into this postseason? Other than the fact, the Intrigue really is? Do they get knocked out in the play in tournament? Not to the Intrigue now, dead. Amazing, that that's where we're we've come to with this team. But I think with Jaylin, I think what's telling to me is that this is the same engineer that Romeo Langford had last year in the bubble and it took him five and half months to recover, 170 days. And if you do the math, if your ailing gets surgery this week, he'll be back on October 28th..

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"170 days" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"170 days" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Hey, David. Good morning, guys. This is really sad. What's going on here in the country it really is, And I really feel like Donald Trump has been so much damage to this country because he has people believing. All these lies and all this nonsense. Um, you know, I try to be really fair. So when when someone comes out and says Was massive voter fraud in my state in Nevada, where I voted. I want to know about that. I want to know if that's real, if that's illegitimate, or what happened here, and then I watched all this I watch the press conference with Rudy Giuliani and Adam Laxalt match lap. They stood up there, and they said all this stuff about you know, vans with Joe Biden stickers on them dropping off all this nonsense they threw and then they go in court, and they don't say any of that. You know, I think I think about this J. Do you think about the lawyer? When Trump kind of peace? The lawyers he had, uh, J. Secular was getting very capable. Good, good, good lawyer Really good. There's I mean, I don't agree with what they were saying, but very, very, very good lawyers. There's all kinds of Republican election law experts, election lawyers all over the country. The supported Donald Trump that voted for Donald Trump that a Republican, but hey, Joe Biden hate liberals. I didn't get involved in this case that Jenna Ellis, whose last job before this was in traffic court somewhere, they had Rudy Giuliani, who hasn't been in the courtroom and 50 years representing them. Why do you think it is that none of the Republican lawyers want to get involved in this? They did a good job, too. Then you have to get a pretty good job. Let me finish. To believe what you're saying. I mean, you have to believe that And I called last week and I said I critique I said, Brian, watch. Eventually. Mike Pence is going to be deep state. My tensions gonna get thrown on the bus. All right. You were right himself supporting every single thing. So you couldn't have possibly had someone more loyal to Donald Trump and Mike Pence has been. I think I think Mike Pence really messed up because he was the one that was in charge of the task force. He's the one that got Anthony Fauci and Deborah Burkes involved. And that decision that that was made that that that that decision that because the fifth the fifth the 15 days the 15 days why can't I can't blame Donald Trump for listening to the advice of quote unquote. You know, medical experts and chief neurologist like like like Anthony Fauci, as relates to something that he has no experience with. How could I blame Donald Trump for the reaction to covert 19? Plus, let's keep in mind 5th 15 days to stop the spread has now turned into 170 days. Why is that happening? Like Anthony Fauci about Anthony Fauci is involved because of Mike Pence. You're changing the subject. I mean, you know you're talking about Mike Pence. I'm talking about why? I don't trust Mike Pence. I did trust Mike Pence and Mike Pence had every single right to he couldn't just Sorry, Dan. He couldn't overturn the election. But he could turn away electors that he thought were fraudulent. David risk could have done that. And he chose not to do that. And he pretended like he didn't respond. Please. After they came back and got control of the capital again, I watched it really late at night here. Watch Lindsey Graham, another one who's been very loyal to Donald Trump. I mean, he's a Trump supporter, and Lindsey Graham is a trader. David finishes point Please, let's let actor Let's let Dave finishes. Please. Let's let David Lindsay Graham stands for absolutely nothing. Lindsey Graham's got a risk my entire life off or selling out there, not just Republican Party but the American people, along with thousands of other David official's name. Go ahead and finish your point. David But Lindsey Graham said he went point by point with all these things, he said, You know, they made all these claims about 60,000 people. This and 40,000 people voted twice and people under 18 voted in 1000 people to this and Lindsay Graham, so I called the president called president players, I said Give me 10 examples of that so I can go defend you so I can vote not certify this, he said. I asked for 10 examples of things they said there was tens of thousands of they didn't give me one. He went point by point. They're not one example of this Now, one example that over and over and over, do you have any response at all? And then one more thing before one more thing. You talk about? Oh, we're becoming China and they're censoring us. They are private companies very clear at this point that they are a problem. Did you have a problem when Donald Trump? Who is that guy? He's the head of the federal government when he used his platform, his bully pulpit is president. Stake. The NFL players should get fired for taking a neat they didn't take over capital. They didn't parade through the capital of Confederate flag. They didn't damage property. They took a knee during national anthem to protest police brutality. What they thought you could disagree with what they did and say, Well, I don't like that, like what they did. Was they disrespected? They just listen. Listen, they disrespected the flag. And the reason that those that yes, they did know that disrespectful to flag What the Confederate flag has nothing to do with this at all. I've got the capital. Hold on, David. David, let me just add something. Hold on. Hold on. Just listen. Okay. NFL players disrespected the flag and without the social without the military protecting the United States For the last 250 years, there would be no NFL. Let me just have these planes would have a plan to get your get Your point. JD. Let me add so they were just they were just be large. They have a large Americans. American citizen. Please let me make that they'd probably be loggers. They should be fired. Probably probably worth maybe very manufacturing. Let me be very Clear would not have gone please millions and millions of dollars pounds of the NFL. Can I please speak in a lot of people that that's that support the NFL and sports sports which JD is saying is upset that they disrespected. Okay, That's why Donald Trump said. Let me know you're okay so completely. What Taking out of context, JT said, is completely absurd. Let's be very clear on this is absurd. I'm taking anything If you can Please be quiet for 10 seconds. Holy smokes. You are just unhinged. I'm not unhappy. You're a nut job today. Okay? No, I do the same thing every day project to do the same thing every day, and I'm actually here every day s Oh, let me just be very clear on this. David, and I think you'll agree. Donald Trump called those players that were taking a knee sons of bitches. In response to those people. On Capitol Hill. Donald Trump said he loved them, and he appreciated them. I think we understand the difference those air facts all these things. You expect that people believe I know that Trump supporters believe this. I've talked them and I find it so sad. But I tried to reason and it's nothing you did. Yes. You piteous so much, David, you piteous. You think you're so much better than us? All right. All right. Thank you..

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"170 days" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"170 days" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Phone ringing. Up its captain Austin, a duty Hey, Captain, How are you? Morning trumpet. You know you've got Probably something that at this time of the year people aren't even going to think about Because you have a service where you take people out. Fly fishing, Correct. Yeah. And it's not just one little, you know, like, Well, we're gonna go blue. You'll fishing room with the fly, right? None of that now, right? Yeah, Well, what do you kind of zero in on your fly? Fishing? Uh, first of all, my main Body of water Official guide on is the Kankakee. The cam Kinky is kind of like an artificially Yes. You're going after one species. What you have potential catch. You know, four or five different species. Um Money and gold. My name target pieces throughout the years, Mama. I'm a bad guy. Hmm? Which is cool, and this is you said the magic word of what you just said. I want people to cheon. What I do all year because while your favorite bass fishing lake or whatever is locked up With ice. All you gotta do is rolled out to sea, Captain, a duty and say, Hey, look at this. I'm catching small mouth on the cake. Kiki, I'm catching wall. I I'm catching Pike. I'm doing it with a float. I hate to put it that is if I was sitting on the bank drowning a nightcrawler. I'm gonna get cold. If I'm fishing with you, I'm moving around. So I'm gonna stay warm. Yeah. Gonna fly around here. You're active all day. Yeah, You're here you get you get tired by the end of day on a good day. A lot of people and it is growing. I will have to say this, but a lot of people in our area don't realize the quality of fishing especially fly fishing on the Kankakee River throughout and I'm talking 12 months not just, you know. In the summertime. I'm talking year round, right? Back. Um yeah. Like I mentioned to you earlier off air. This was the end of the my 12th season Guiding and Those first years guiding going to clubs to give presentations going talking to shop owners. In the area. You know, everybody's said you're gonna fail. We don't have the fisheries here in the Chicago Land area. Fast for that close 12 years and You know the sheriff just under 170 days on the water. There's other guys services in area. There's more drift boats around. We have the fishery. Used to be. I got a club where you got such And 98% of people with their we go toe Michigan, we go in Wisconsin. Over these 12 years. You know, we have phenomenal fisheries right here. Our backyard Now here's the second question. And yes, I I don't fly fish as much as I probably should. Because I'm not usually in a boat on a river, you know, fishing like you're talking about fly fishing. It's not that I don't want to say it's hard to learn. It's It's pretty easy with just a couple quick techniques. And I'm not saying you're gonna you're gonna look like you're in the movie. A river runs through it, but, you know, but you can actively cast and do different types of simple cast a role cast of this and That you could teach somebody and probably three minutes and they go where I was pretty easy, couldn't you? Officer. I've got a hunk of guys throughout the course of using that. You know, I have I asked, have you fighters before all the acts like this? They get on the boat. Well well when How? How much experience you have to do with my grandfather. When my kid huh, kid, so Yeah, Like you just said we drop anchor, Quick little lesson and then you go and like we talked to said, you're always doing it so You have no choice throughout the course of the day to get better. With the opportunity catching fish. It's not as hard as You know YouTube videos and things make it out to be. It's quite simple. One of the things about River. Especially, I must say river fishing if you think about it, the lakes that you were so used to fishing, you know that have now iced over or you're not going to go to him because they got skin My Sodom. And those fishes metabolisms have dropped because of the water temperature, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera. Yes, they still eat, but they don't move around as much in a river. Those fish have to move. They have to be active. And you're trying to get them because they probably eat I'm I'm this is just off the top of my head. They probably eat 10 times more than the one vast looks looking for in the pines in the forest preserve. Just because I got to keep their body you're going it up, right? Yeah, yeah. Not only winter, but even, you know, summer Dirty water pressure systems moving River fish don't have the luxury to You know, go pouch like like Blake Fish, they need to find food. And eat food when it presents themselves on this. That carries through the time here Also, you know the locations where the fish are in the winter of very, very different than where they are in the summer. You know the time here? They're sitting deeper, slower water where they don't have toe. Use that much energy. But yes, they still there. Still working The live? Yes. They're happy. They're working to live when you are you fishing? A lot of sinking flies or, you know, streamers. What I mean, you know Flies that somewhat go down. You're not fishing like a top water flyer. Just I would think through the dark, cooler kinds of wintertime. All these years ago. These were all some service sizes. Come here, Um No, that kind of match your hats..

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"170 days" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"170 days" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Phones and video I was at LaGuardia Airport. I reach for a cab door handle and on the other side of the cab was Richard Dreyfuss. Reaching for the same at the door Handle on the other side. I smiled. I step back and just stood there looking like a complete dork. And he smiled. Got in the car drove off. 262 Kinky Friedman, American singer songwriter Kinky Friedman at the Houston airport. I also saw Jim Cantore E of the Weather Channel. On a plane in Myrtle Beach. He's probably off to cover a hurricane somewhere. 9 to 0. I chatted with Wynonna Judd and her husband waiting for our plane at Nashville Airport again all these airports There are bad for celebrity sightings. 847 bears quarterback Great Jim McMahon and Denise's Bar in Platteville. I still have my signed bar napkin. 414 texture, says Bart Starr and his wife, Cherry at Cops Custard on Port Washington Road in Glendale, and that was about six months before he passed. Really? Wow. I didn't know that he was still Out in about doing things. That that close to his passing at any rate. Maybe it was a doppelganger. No, no, I will believe you. 414 says. We saw kiss in Tampa ST Petersburg at the airport. That's a good 10414 saw. W W We wrestler Seth Rollins at the Milwaukee airport. Okay? Let's see Johnnie Walker show Scott. I have four I saw Frank Howard Lee Maze Jim Gander in Marvin Hagler. Okay, let's rattle through these. These will be the last Calls we take here. Let's go to D and Watertown, Heidi, your celebrity sighting. They're this actually wasn't mine. I was actually my dad, but it's pretty funny. He worked for a delivery company and he had to make a delivery at O'Hare. And when he got there, he On Goldie Hahn and he was a huge fan. This took place pipe about 15 years ago. My dad, listen a sixties, He was a huge fan, so he only had his work clipboard and he asked her. For an autograph. And she put her glasses down her sunglasses and looked at him and said, Man, any guy who's brave enough to wear something like that deserves something much better. He kissed him on the cheek. Oh, wow. My dad was wearing his work uniform, which was bright green neon pants. A bright green I'm certain and my dad said Hey, if I put the green hand on, Can I get a kiss on the other cheek? That's great. It's also great when a celebrity It has fun with the moment. I mean, it embraces the moment she kissed him, for crying out loud. She was very nice. And you still talk about this story to this day? Very cool. Very cool. Thanks for the story. D appreciate it. Jim and West Allis of fellow West A lesion, Jim, your celebrity sighting. Hello. Hi, Jim. Go ahead. Exactly, Tim. Sorry. Sorry. I got it wrong, Tim. Go ahead to me. Hey, I was in the late eighties, I spent two summers at the state Fair and the kid from Wisconsin and I've played many shows out there one afternoon, Me and my friends went got some lunch of Double K. Ranch and got a couple burgers. And as we're sitting there, this gentleman comes up and we have a great conversation. We have lunch together and Really have no idea who he was never told his name. But then that evening. About the Alabama concert. Willie Nelson came on stage and we realized we had lunch, really Nelson. You had lunch with Willie Nelson and didn't know it was really Nelson, right? He was not wearing a typical get up. He went to his hair weren't brave. He didn't say his name was Willie. And at the time I wasn't Completely away. Really? Being young wasn't a big fan of Willie Nelson. But I like country music, and I like Alabama, and we sell them of that night. And there comes Willie Nelson. So I'm kind of embarrassed not to know who he was for the great time to send talk to that guy and have lunch And then there was singing with Alabama tonight. So I wonder if if He appreciated that being able to to have lunch amidst anonymity. Right? Right, and we were all found medicine. We're all kitchen, Wisconsin. They were playing in the band and he was gone. He's out by play guitar sometimes, and you know, I never really knew who he was. Is a really nice time have been talking to him. That's an awesome story. Thanks to him. I appreciate you sharing that. Two more calls here. Katie's and Yeah. Katie Burlington. Hi, Katie. Hi there. I dated a guy and college who was from Deerfield, Illinois, took me to midnight Mass down there and who walks in, but Mike Ditka and Scottie Pippen. Wow. Together. They weren't hanging out together together. I don't know if they work together, but they came in at the same time, and my jaw just dropped and I was just in all I mean, then I got consistent the whole mass and like Watch them, but I think that's where they used to have their workout or training the Bulls. And I don't know why Dick up with there, but it was midnight Mass. Had been night, Nash So you were not focused on the Higher purpose of being at midnight Mass. Katie, You were focused on its Dick gun. Pippen. I tried, and I still remember this day Scottie Pippen it one of those really bright like I think they're called Koji sweaters that they used to wear back in the eighties and nineties. And I just I just was in on it. I think that's the first celebrity idea I've ever had, and just sit there for close to a tower with them was Quite quite memorable. Wow. And you haven't forgotten about it. That's a good one. No, I have not. That's a good one. Thank you, Kate. Thank you. You as well Boy, if we were to rank all the venues of everybody who's called or texted midnight Mass. That's a pretty good venue. Okay, we'll get one last one Dan from horror con You'll get the last celebrity of the night. Right in. Hello. Hi. How are you doing? Pretty well. Hey, um, I ran a record store back. He's up in it, and we installed parents from Harry Chapman. So I kind of love the elbows with Harry shaping and when he was in there, he, uh, had my two year old son. Was there any asked to pick up hang on to him while he's signed autographs, so For the full hour. He was hanging on to my son signing on to Gramps. And it was a great great experience A great guy Any hold on. When I was in the eighties, I was working for American TV and, uh, selling tapes and boom boxes and stuff. And who should want to walk up to the counter. But Red Skelton o e. I don't know if you remember when one of the great one of the early greats of the television age Absolutely. Hi. Oh, definitely, And he was looking for a small tape recorder so he could record his thing that he was doing somewhere. My lucky he was appearing in Mork is from one of the most amazing thing about that, Dan Dan. The most amazing thing about that is Red Skelton didn't have somebody that would do that for him. Oh, exactly. How does he not have an assistant or a manager? Hey, go, go Buy me a recorder I need he was He went to the store himself to buy it. Yeah, he walked. You walked in all by himself. Didn't have anybody with him. That's pretty cool. What's your jokes, and a lot of people didn't recognize him. But I recognized him right away. So you could catch. Thanks for the call. Dan. Those are good ones. Good hour. That was fun. I'm gonna read this last text. Um 26 to listen to this one in a think I think it says, you know, 170 days stretch last year so that b 2019 While working at the public market..

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"170 days" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"170 days" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Laundry in Bayside, Queens, and I said, This is not a day too full laundry. We heard the yelling outside our apartment. We came out and we screamed for about 10 minutes, So I'm pretty hard. Celebrations have continued through the day in L, A, with crowds marching from Pershing Square to City Hall, Also in Venice, West Hollywood and along Sunset Boulevard in Silver Lake. The city's bus system has warned of some delays and possible detours to bus lines near Pershing Square in the city all area because of the celebrations. M today is advising you to consider taking Metro rail as an alternative news brought to you by MIKE Diamond. The smell good plumber Trump Train car caravan. Made its way from Malibu to a pro Trump rally in Beverly Hills earlier today, there's a stand with Trump Rally happening in Bismarck, North Dakota, where supporters want investigations into election irregularities and fraud concerns in Austin, Texas, demonstrators a railing outside the state Capitol shouting We want Trump! Resident trumps personal attorney Rudy Giuliani says there was voter fraud in Pennsylvania. This is outrageous, an enormously important contest with a very, very suspect method of voting. There was no security zero. Giuliani said Republicans never got the chance to inspect mail in ballots even after a court order to do so. Giuliani says Republicans were deprived of the right to inspect if the ballots were legitimate. He says it's illegal and unconstitutional and said the city has a sad history of voter fraud. President elected Biden and his vice president Kamala Harris, will be addressing the nation starting at five o'clock. From Wilmington, Delaware, will bring that to you Live here on K If I, um Ah, yes. After months of fire's heat and dry weather rain has fallen in so Cal whether experts say it's been more than 170 days since LA's last measurable rainfall showers are possible through tomorrow. A winter weather advisories in effect until 10 PM tomorrow night in the San Gabriel Mountains of Allah and Ventura counties. Forecasters say gusty winds and heavy snow could affect travel on the five The great find the Angeles Crest Highway.

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"170 days" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"170 days" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Is there anyone who they plan to take them all in place? Michelle Obama, Perhaps So that she could be Hillary. Oh, my goodness in any number of people You know if she were president if he had to bail out within the first week, where they took him out within the first week, which they would do under the 25th amendment, if nothing else And she would be president and she would get to just choose her vice president with no regard to the electorate at all. But you know, cook Camilla doesn't seem to be that bright to may. I don't think she's really capable of running anything I choose. This question is who's going to be running? But who's going to be running the government if she became president Obama? Obama and probably George Soros. That's a that's a scary thought. I must think I must admit it's occurred to me as well. So what's What's the latest with Michael Flynn? I mean, the you You haven't been in court for a couple of weeks now, have you? It's been three weeks tomorrow. I think, since we had the hearing and Judge Sullivan Court and it's been like 60 days since the Court of Appeals told him to decide it with dispatch And it's been 170 days or so since the government moved to dismiss it. We're almost at the six month mark for the government's request to dismiss the case that should have been dismissed the next day, and Judge Sullivan on Friday afternoon late gave the government some tedious work to do over the weekend, demanding they found today. Transcripts of all the hand written notes that they produced up in the last several months and attached to their motion to the Smiths and also to identify the party and to certify under penalty of perjury. That everything was correct, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera. Does he still have that guy? Work? Informed the former judge, or was he was he told to get rid of that? What's to make Gleason? Is that his name? Oh, no. Yeah. The first panel told him to get rid of him and to grant the motion to dismiss. But the on bond cord after Sullivan himself acted like a punk. Eddie and petition for rehearing on bunk. Overturned that decision and letting proceed about his business. So it's been just a circus since then. I know. You know, I know you're a lawyer. A very good lawyer, not a psychiatrist. But you know you. You You knew this guy Sullivan Before that she's in your in your book. I believe the what happened? Oh, yeah. He's the quote judicial hero of my book. Well, obviously, I've been floored. Obviously didn't know him at all, or wouldn't have Written up how fabulous he wass. Looking back on it on the air and from the hearing we had. Frankly, I know now that he dismissed the Stevens case because quote Eric and quote asked him to That the Eric holder the attorney general at the time, so it had nothing. It was just it was just a favor. It was just a political hack favor. Not a not any kind of, you know, ethical decision that the guy had been framed. Right here. I thought it was because of the extraordinary exculpatory evidence that was withheld. But we've had Mohr Salvatori evidence in that was held in the Flynn case and couldn't even getting to order the production of A single document the government itself described as exculpatory. So basically, Sullivan is just trying to force Trump the pardon your client, right? I mean, is that what it boils down to? I guess that and or just deny the motion outright and extend the cost of litigation and you know the emotional turmoil and anxiety in pain on the family. It's protected, protracted it about six months so far. Why do you think he hates General Flynn so much? I have no idea. There's no rational basis for it. He's one of the finest men I've ever known. And and he's a Democrat. On top of everything else is in here. He was a Democrat, right? Right? Yes. In fact, he was head of Obama's Defense Intelligence agency. But I guess that's why Sullivan hates him. So much is because he spoke out against Obama. You think I do the rounds of Isis and everything else? What would you What would you Aah Handicap, The odds of Hunter Joe being indicted. Well. Right now. I mean, the attorney general said they weren't even being investigated. But I don't know whether he knew about Hunter's laptop at the time. We don't have any information on what the agency knew. About the existence of hundreds laptop with a Ray told him about that or not. If he knew about that. I would be appalled, But I'm going to assume he didn't know and that justice will be served within the next several months. Particularly upon the re election of President Trump. And everybody listening needs to understand that the entire future of our republic right now, and any hope for the rule of law requires on re electing Donald Trump and every other Republican that can be found on the ballot to support him. I couldn't agree with you more. Sydney. This is a This is not our our grandparent's Democrat Party. That's for sure. No, it's not. All right. Sidney Powell. I good luck with the case and give our best to what General Flynn and everybody in New England. This is rooting for my guarantee of that. Every everybody who again who believes in the republic is is rooting for Thank you very much. Sidney Powell for being with us. For 4 542 40 to our listeners Love the thunderstorm. Air purifier in the reviews are in Lisa wrote. Quote. The thunderstorm is everything. How weak our claim that would be. I have three dogs and three birds, but you wouldn't know it now. Another stated the thunderstorm way exceeded my expectations. It will be even more handy when winter arrives, and we cannot open the windows. Winter is coming. So plan now even pure will continue there. Buy one Get one promotion.

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"170 days" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

08:42 min | 1 year ago

"170 days" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"B s. Love from the Matthews Brothers Video. 844 542 42. A little pump becomes the latest rapper to endorse punk Trump because he quote doesn't want to pay an extra 33% in taxes. We wouldn't get that sound cut, and if it's bleeped out little pump Joining us now on the line is Sidney Powell. You know her from her appearances on TV. She's been on this show before. She's the author of a of a of a great book about the federal System of prosecution or persecution, licensed the lie, and now she is the lawyer for General Michael Flynn, who's trying Teo get his case finally passed out. And she's having to deal with this. Ah, crazy Judge Emmet Sullivan. She was on TV over the weekend, talking about the evidence that's been turned up from the laptop and other sources, including a guy who's in prison, another one of Hunter's associates, and, uh, she was talking about how She thinks that Hunter and Joe and perhaps other members of the Biden family may have committed crimes. Sidney Powell Thanks for being with us here on the how weak our show. Oh, my pleasure. Thank you for having me, Howie. So what? What? What kind of crimes do you see from from this, You know, you know the mainstream media saying, Yo, There's nothing here and Joe's Joe. We don't fight The Wall Street Journal said. Oh, we don't find Joe's name in any of this, So nothing happened. What do you see in these documents? Ah, very well orchestrated criminal conspiracy to take these the money from foreign governments in return for political favors and access to the vice president. It was the pay to play. Damn Essentially like Hillary Clinton with running with the Clinton Foundation and the State Department. But it was. It was very clear paid. A place came and a lot of other things, including foreign agent registration act violations and deliberate ones because there's an email from Hunter over text message talking about You know, wanting to avoid a sheriff Aisling when he was obviously acting as an agent of the Chinese government and Farah filings. That's that figures in your case, doesn't it that that is not what they were going to go after a Michael Flynn's son on not registering as a foreign agent. Right. They threatened to indict a son, who was purely an administrative person in the Flynn, Intel Group Office and the Flint Intel Group. It even registered under the Lobbying Disclosure Act, which is the largest single exception for fairer registrations. And when the head and did their fair registration just out of an abundance of caution, and there's even note that we got from the DOJ, saying, obviously the willfulness and an affair of violation the need already registered. So that it seems like those that they, you know, the Clintons kind of protected themselves to a degree by setting up this charity in this foundation, and you know they were. They were kind of laundering the money and, you know, shady methods like, you know, having the charity pick up their private jet bills and all that kind of stuff, But maybe it was technically legal. It doesn't look like the bite. Biden's had any of these thes. These loopholes T get around the laws. Does it. Well, that's what that's why they were pimping hunter. They were using Hunter and his brothers is essentially strongman for what was what was the plate apply scheme, But it shouldn't be that hard to prove that Biden benefited from that. And actively participated in it with the meetings that were set up with him and his lies about not knowing what Hunter was doing when they're witnesses that say that he did, And obviously he was benefiting financially because you can tell from the way he's lived. Hunter was paying and hunters on message to his daughter or niece. I can't remember which his daughter having to give. Yeah, having to give pop 50% of everything. Yeah, the big guy. And now it turns out on that that that he's got the Corvette. It says the license plate, the big guy, and that's one more more indication that that something was was a miss. You know, I mentioned this to Joe diGenova earlier today. You're you're a former federal prosecutor, and so is he and I've seen this just as a reporter in federal court. If the feds think that somebody is laundering money or taking payoffs, if they're say a politician, they they just run this. They do the paper trail of there, You know, they check out there. Ah, their expenditures with the income that they report and it's not that hard to nail somebody, if I if you've just got time to do a major tax violations here There's a guarantee of their major tax violations, gift tax violations, income tax violations that you name it. They're facts violations all over the place, but they only chase it down, apparently, if it's Republicans or conservatives in particular. If you remember the preferred political class, it doesn't seem to be a problem. Again. I'm going to ask you what I asked that Joe a little while ago. I mean, where were the whistle blowers here? They got this laptop, which I mean, you talk about the ultimate smoking gun. They got all kinds of crimes, No matter which way you want to move you got you got a criminal investigations. It seems to me and yet for 10 months They sat on it. And there was there was an impeachment trial in the Senate of the president involving Ukraine, and they have all these this Ukraine material in the in the in the laptop and nobody. Nobody blew the whistle. Nobody leaked anything to the media or to the White House or to a congressman. I can't tell you how angry how absolutely enraged I am at the Department of Justice and the FBI for allowing us to get to this time in a presidential election. With a candidate who is a complete fraud in every sense of the word. He's mentally incapable. He's emotionally incapable. He's physically incapable and he is morally bankrupt. From every perspective, he is owned by the Chinese. There's enough blackmail material on the 100 buying laptop to control every Biden from now until hell freezes over. And it's all the fault of the Department of Justice and the FBI that we're in this position. Now, If I were a Democrat, that would be even more angry. I think because I would have been robbed of my chosen candidate. With the other choices that we're on the Democratic ballot, so they not only have this Joe Biden fraud, they had the Kamala Harris fraud because she was obviously chosen despite her lack of popularity in the Democratic Party. The real question is who is going to be her vice president because they they picked Biden intending to pull the plug on him whenever they wanted to. They've known all this stuff. There's no secret to Obama and the people pulling the strings of the Democratic Party. Now who wouldn't want? Joe Biden is They all know he's got more skeletons in his closet than we know off. Is there anyone who they plan to take them all in place? Michelle Obama, Perhaps So she could be Hillary. Oh, my goodness. You see any number of people? You know if she were president if he had to bail out within the first week, where they took him out within the first week, which they would do under the 25th amendment, if nothing else, then she would be president, and she would get to just choose her vice president with no regard to the electorate at all. But you know, cook Camilla doesn't seem to be that bright to may. I don't think she's really capable of running anything I choose. The question is who's going to be running the Who's going to be running the government if she became president Obama? Obama and probably George Soros. That's a that's a scary thought. I must think I must admit it's occurred to me as well. So what's the What's the latest with Michael Flynn? I mean, the you You haven't been in court for a couple of weeks. Now, have you? Get up in three weeks tomorrow. I think, since we had the hearing and judge Sullivan's cord, and it's been like 60 days since the Court of Appeals told him to decide it with dispatch And it's been 170 days or so since the government moved to dismiss it..

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"170 days" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"170 days" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That was 37 Point game. Yeah. Well, that was unbelievable. And it was crazy. Clay's back. He was Braxton today, there's pictures to prove it for 170 days he's going to get you know much more time to rest, but still that's a That's a significant moment. I'm sure it's a really big for him to get back out on the court and has been back out on the court before. But this is the first of our first official practice today and 470 days the Warriors have in practice and 470 days, So yeah. There you go. What Dreamin and Steph really are the only ones that are not Do the family commitments? Yes, Draymond still working for TNT. His family's that Sir Charles and Shack and Kenny. Maybe if he's done any I don't know that for a fact, I have no idea what they're doing so much sports going on. I'm not preen posting any of this and going right for tip. Yeah. You know, I'm not going to make mention of the game last night. Only when they lose. You don't want, Doc. I don't. I don't knowledge when they win. Yeah, Enough. We're gonna have in l. A Miami finals. You know, I don't know if there's another. It's getting really bad. Really? Finals. All right. We've got the canoes coming up next. I just got sent something. I'm not sure if we could use this. On the air, and then we say that we always use it. See, he knows they'll know that you have to fix it. So what are we gonna do? Offend people do that. All right. We're going to the caboose and t. K B is the top 12 in London or here in the sports center. Pop in your house, Listeningto, the sports leader on your Amazon echo Smart speaker. Just a play KNBR. 2020 2020 euro belts Mongo and Crawford's resurgence. A grand slam for Brandon Crawford, here of Donny Barrels. Gassman and Dickerson. The upper deck Amazing home run by Alex Dickerson. Year has rose to MVP caliber Stransky spectacular shot into the war. Ah, here when no one thought they come this far a year of resilience. I think the character of this above is Brazilian. They fight they don't wear it comes down to this wild Wild West. The final series of the season begins with today's doubleheader versus the Padres Game one at 4 10, followed by two. It's the final push to the post season on KNBR 1045 and six these wars leader. Alright. This's derricks arriving auto parts story After.

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"170 days" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"170 days" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Great day number. 11 is practicing a Chase Center for 170 days since Game six. Of the 2019 MBA Finals photo soon for proof of their 470 days. I just saw a picture. You go sleeveless with the hood up to Nice Look, Clay's looking good areas. So I mean 470 days. It's typically a year injury. He did it on June. The 12th writer June 13th. Frank is Ah Durant's was June tent That was a Monday. Whatever it was that he had surgery July, the first So we're already into September late September, kids should be back at school. So I think he would have been Able to play. But Leandro Barbosa the other day I don't think you were on it was when Willie was on, Um and Leandro tours, a CEO, so he knows the injury And he said he's out on the court, working weekends and play and Jordan pool and I said it was clay out is 100%. And he said, Like 99.9, he said, Physically, he's 100%. But Mentally. You just got to get over it and and Leandro draw. All he has to do is catch and shoot hell he does. In order to get in the position to catch and shoot. Clay Thompson is nonstop. Chris Mullen meets John Havlicek perpetual motion. And he's just you know, he runs so much, and then Andi events, he guards the number one perimeter player on the opponent's every game. That's what he does. So he's got two big assignment, so he's got to be completely healthy. You know, there's no reason to think guys can't Come back. But that's great nose, obviously to get him back. And we'll see if it's under 14. 70 days for the work is play a game, but it's been so long. But And it was Clay's left anterior cruciate ligament. So here's another holders Big pole. Bingo combo. Which threesome which recovery is more crucial for their franchises Success? For Clay Thompson to be exactly headband, Clay drop in 14 threes against the Bulls right before Halloween, walking in like Jackie Moon. That guy. Or, you know, Nick Bosa. Coming back as each other's left anterior cruciate ligament. I didn't hear if there was any other way. Meniscus or M c. L's or I mean, say Quan Barclay tour not only as a CEO, but he also had other collateral damage as well. Which makes it more clays was enamored by Meyers after he was done crying that night. Describe it as a clean break, meaning it's just the anterior cruciate ligament. Nothing else is compromised there, which can happen. So I haven't heard in both his case. But, um, boy, I mean, two of your best young stars and clay still young and His play. But, you know, a pair left a C L chairs and then Solomon Thomas as well but not the caliber player of those today so anyway. You got to get both back to being 100%. You gotta get Clay Thompson back Or these two teams can give you get back into the championship business. That's great. It's got important, but it's a great question. Nick or Clay Clay again was tweeted out today for 170 days. He is on the practice court and there you go. By the way, this just came out and this is fairly sobering. Sport Trac Ah, one along with the over the cap, the one of the companies that does Our websites. It does all the contract stuff they tweet out the following the 40. Niners will be without and we know this, but we recap it for week three. Garoppolo moster. Coleman's Devo, kiddo for Bosa. Thomas Green lost Sherman. That's $78 million, or 40% of their 2020 cap would be missing this weekend. That's got to be some kind of only 40%, who's making the other 60 million bucks Sherman and though they counted Sherman there No, he s terms out. So I got a look at that guest. I guess tire man. Because your quarterbacks out that's a ton of money When we look at the 40 Niners Shannon there without 123 for five, and you can't start to running backs, But I think most urgent call mentor like one A one B. So what is that five starters on offense? Right, Garoppolo Mostert Coleman. I mean, put them in one Devo. Kittle. Permission. Anybody Bosa, Ford Salomon Thomas Greenlaw. Was that four on defense and Sherman in five here with out five starters on offense and five starters on Devens. And they're not only starters, they're your best players. I would've guessed you were going to say 78% of the federal Who else is making Bitcoin and this team? Let's see. Trent Williams is making 12.5 juices making 67 starts making six Armstead's making six Jimmy War. Thomason's making 57. Bobby Gold. Not bad. It's Jimmy Warning. McGlinchey five and making five GEN words making four This is this year's salary. Four million For Ward. But yeah, but I mean point is taken because there's a lot of guys making a ton of money. They're out. It is pretty surprising Uring the best players Jimmy D forthis Kittle. You know a ton of money by these guys anyway. 78 million bucks out this weekend 40% of the cap. I agree with you. I'll be 78% of the captain here rises, Latin boys could be higher that it's a boatload. You're right. I'm looking at it. The same trees could be could be a lot worse. So Anyway, there you go. I will get into the giant's coming up next. We did talk about him right out of the gate. But it is a huge story. Worth revisiting Clay Thompson like said good news on Clay. Ah, yeah, We got a lot of stuff We got to get into. So we're gonna get in a lot of stuff as faras. The Giants are concerned, plus I just want a peek at just a tiny bit. We did it to open everything up, but we'll do that and then we'll reset the poll. Also somebody's big back in the lineup today. What that means for the Giants were going to that all coming up next. Only here on the SportsCenter. Take papa and one to the house. Your house. Listen to the sports leader on your Amazon Echo Smart speaker. Just a play KNBR. Chilton Auto Body Traffic desk will start with an update on the.

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"170 days" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"170 days" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Did you hear about the couple who was stranded in Aruba for 170 days because of the pandemic they like just got home to Belgium the other day, just in time to do a little planning for their daughter's wedding coming up in September. That's how long we were there. They could not get back home for 150 days. You know, a room, not a bad place to get stranded. Where would your choice of strand ation? If that's a word that I would be totally for? Sure Posted that question. The sunny face with Agent love to No calling us in the house, a retro pleasures out of touch. Way gonna kill Mel. Between strange All you can eat eighties hits on the House of Retro pleasure with Tracy ST George on Sonny, one of 79. How retro pleasure on 179. You know what you.

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"170 days" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"170 days" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Like a lead balloon. He's now saying that you know no problems because just as you said Nancy Pelosi would become the president if there are dire and I and the fact that the but James Clyburn is talking. The congressman from South Carolina is talking about how Trump wants to remain in office and is trying to steal the election. I guess this is just another example of the projection from Democrats they're accusing Trump and all of us deplorables of exactly what they would like to do or what they're planning to go, and this is just the latest example. Does any. Does anybody you know on the Clybourne over the weekend, was also accusing Trump of being a Hitler or Mussolini. If if Trump's Hitler Mussolini, How are these guys going on TV and going and then writing stuff in the newspapers every day and on the Internet? Accusing him of being this worst guy in the world, and nothing ever happens to them. Journalists had word to fear under Barack Obama. The FBI was wiretapping him chasing him around the Internal Revenue Service was shutting down the scent through the through through a slow walking all the tea party applications for nonprofit status. Trump hasn't done any of that. He hasn't wiretapped any journalists he hasn't used. The IRS is a political cudgel, you know. So what are they so concerned about? They just lost power. They worship power. That's all they want is power. That's there. Religion. Thanks for the call Paul. Good points. James, You're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead, James. Oh, how you have a great show day. Listen, they talk about the fund and let's start the funding. All these politicians they get paid every week every month, so that's headed to funnel the peaches. You don't want to teach. Stay home. You only worked 170 days. It is every year. These people that are out of their minds. They've all lost their minds. I swear to God, I can't believe what happened in this country anymore, James. They're just taking advantage of a situation. You know, They see that there's an opening, and I just read a letter last hour for May 1 of the teachers unions in Massachusetts, and they were saying we can't go. They were saying Here's a statement. Do you agree or disagree with this is the the members. And they say we can't go backto work until every school district is properly protected from the ravages of covert 19 because some of the districts are not as not as ah, capable of responding to this pandemic because of Systemic racism. Well, you know, And of course, the fact is no young people are dying of this. Not in Massachusetts. In most other states. Nobody under the age of 20 is dying. So where is the danger here? The danger is that if everybody goes back to school, and we do get backto, not a new normal, but the old normal and Trump will be reelected, and that's what they want to avoid at all costs, And they're willing to shut that keep the school shut down for a long as necessary to Teo. Get trump out of the White House, and it's It's ridiculous. And I'm with you, If if the schools are gonna be open them, I got to get a refund on my property taxes, You know, school's air schools or a large percentage of your property taxes if you own a home Our business. So if we're not gonna have public schools, why are we paying these onerous property taxes? Thanks for the call, James. I recently had a dental emergency. And where did I go? Perfect smiles. I've said this before, but was reminded of what a perfectionist that Dr Hotness he is a veneer engineer in a world class dental artist being on TV every afternoon. It's important that I look my best doctor. How did that for me, and he could do it for you, too. Right now. A lot of people don't want to go into the city..

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"170 days" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"170 days" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Here are the stories we're working on. Today. The high heat and humidity continues. The temperatures will soar into the nineties again Today. People who hate this weather have been hanging indoors a lot lately. We don't come out until 19. And nothing way just taking shall was drinking. A lot of water utility companies say they're on standby for any power problems that could pop up from the high demand. Rhode Island Department of Health says there's been 233 new co bid 19 cases since Friday and other to people in the state have passed away after contracting the virus. The start of the school year in Massachusetts, going to be delayed by 10 days to give teachers more time to prepare for would likely be a year with many twists and turns. The idea is that teachers have 10 days of uninterrupted time with each other to really redesigned learning for the entire year. That's the head of one of the teacher unions. Schools will now start in the middle of September in the school year will be reduced to 170 days. Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell says they're $1 trillion Republican back economic stimulus plan is a good beginning for negotiations with the Democrat. This is a starting place. You can see that We've had a lot of our members involved and the start on. We can't ask the bill in the Senate without Democrats, nor obviously going past the House. The GOP proposal includes another round of $1200 stimulus checks. It also cuts that $600 federal unemployment benefit to $200. Republicans believe that would encourage people to go backto work Thousands paying their respects to the late congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis, whose flag draped casket is on view in the Capitol building.

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