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The Rich Eisen Show
"20th year" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"And to basketball world has waited sure as the tractors and haters have waited very patiently for him to have some sort of decline and steep drop off and he's held off father time for so long now and what he's doing in his 20th year is remarkable. It's remarkable. And he's in some ways the same way that Tom Brady did it at the quarterback position. LeBron has reset the standard for playing at a high level into your late 30s. I don't think there's any player that has played at this level in their 20th year. JJ real quick about nikole jokic. Can you just put in perspective kind of what we're seeing here? And is it realistic that he could win a third straight MVP for the first time since Larry Bird? Just realistic. Look, I am a fan of analytics and advanced stats. I'm a fan of the eye test. I watched that guy play and it's clear that he's one of the three or four best basketball players in the world. By the way, we have a lot of three or four best basketball players in the world. I think we have more than three or more players in the world. That doesn't mean the talent pool and the league is right now. That game the other night that was on TNT. And I'm just amazed at mind. The closures plays in a way that he knows everything that could potentially happen in a given play. And then he just makes the right play every time. There's no overthinking, there's no agenda. It's like he has slowed down time and it has gotten ahead of everyone else. Everyone else is working at a different pace than him. And he is able to just orchestrate and make plays. If they end up, yes, they end up a top two seat in the west, he's going to have a really good chance at winning his third straight MVP. Yeah, do you think they are the favorite in the west and is this finally the year that the nuggets go on a deep playoff run? Because that's kind of been the thing the last couple of weeks. They're not the favorite in the west. The west has a lot of really good teams. I don't think there's going to be the separation at the top that I think you're eventually going to see. And you have seen a little bit in the east with Boston, Milwaukee, Cleveland also is a really good basketball team. Now the nets are playing great basketball as well. But in the west, there's just too many really good teams. And I don't actually have a favorite in the west, but the team that I think has a really good chance is Memphis Grizzlies. They've played great basketball. They're currently tied for first. They were 9 and three with I had question marks last year to playoffs about them sort of needing a second star along with Ron morant and Desmond in those 12 games proved that he can be that guy. So if he's healthy and jaren Jackson continues to play at the level on both ends of the floor that he's playing at right now, I think Memphis has a really good chance to come out west. And how fun is it watching the pelicans play and finally seeing Zion kind of live up to all that pre draft type? Yeah, I mean, look, it's hard as a basketball fan, somebody who watches games every single night not to have a favorite team to tune into. Yeah, right. I have some favorite teams. The pelicans are one of them. Grizzlies are another. I love watching the warriors play with Steph Curry. The pelicans are such a deep team. And this is where I think they have potentially a real advantage in the playoffs because they have a number of players that could play football positions positions. One game, one series you may want to play heavy drop coverage with Jonas spelling Tunis. Maybe the next series you need more of Larry dance and the ability to switch down to perimeter players. Maybe you need Jose alvarado to play in a night and be a pest of the defensive end. And then they have the wings with Trey Murphy and Brandon Ingram and herb Jones. This is just a really deep team and a fun guy. By the way, I named all those guys. I didn't mention Zion who is playing an unbelievable level. I mentioned the talent pool in the NBA. By the way, I just want to point this out just because I have the numbers in front of me. So on Christmas Day, we've got the 5 to 5 guys who have the best odds to win MVP on drafting sports. We've got all of them playing. We've also got LeBron James. We've also got John morant. We were supposed to get Steph Curry. We were supposed to get Anthony Davis, Zion has even been playing on Christmas. I think about how many great players are in the league right now. It's a great time to be an NBA fan. Well, there's 7 guys averaging 30 points a game. Like, we haven't seen that in a long, long time. Now, and Shay Gil just Alexander, who the casual basketball fan is probably not that aware of. Like, he's another guy who could potentially be an all NBA all star guy in Oklahoma City this year. And they're a pesky team. Them, Houston, Orlando. They don't have great records, but they play good basketball every night and have the chance to beat anyone. Hey, JJ, TJ here. I just want to maybe switch focus to the college game real quick and myself personally is a duke fan. What do you think college sports and more specifically duke basketball is going to look like without coach Kay room in the sidelines for the first time in nearly 50 years? Yeah, it's interesting because coach retired during a very interesting transition period for all of college athletics with NIL and the transfer portal. I've had a number of college coaches say to me, you know, you recruit a kid to sign the kid signs and then you've got to recruit them to stay at the year. And so that's a really, that's a really different dynamic. That college sports have existed in the way that they've existed is because the coaches and the schools and the conferences and the NCAA have had complete control over the players and over the last few years because of NIL because of the transfer portal. They have lost a great amount of control. And so I don't know how or when the transition period ends. And sort of what that looks like. But I think we're going to see a lot of different things happen over the next 5 years, 7 years, whatever it may be. Specifically to duke, I think John Shire is in a great position, he knows the school. He knows the program. He's a great basketball mind. He's clearly a great recruiter. Duke specifically this year's team, I tuned in for a few games. I think with lively and Whitehead being in and out of lineup and being hurt, I think it's really hurt them and they're young. But they certainly have some talent to make some noise in the tournament. You can see them calling that sixers Knicks game on Christmas. You can listen to them on the old man and three podcasts. JJ Redick thanks a lot for the time, man. Thank you guys. I appreciate it. Great conversation with
The Doug Collins Podcast
Doug Reflects on Biden's Withdrawal From Afghanistan
"Earlier last year make the call that we were going to be completely out by September 11th, 2021 to 20th year anniversary of 9 11 and really made no qualifications on it. He said, we're just simply going to be gone. During that time, we saw the Taliban begin to make their way back across country. We saw the Afghan army, which was supposedly very well trained, which it was not, which we put a lot of money into. We gave $70 billion in equipment, which was the Afghan army, which is interesting to say, you know, the discussion is that that was left by us. Well, it was not left by us. We had already given it to that army to the Afghans. What we found out was they didn't know how to use it and couldn't use it. So maybe we should have destroyed most of it before we left instead of letting it go into the Taliban hands. Again, different topic different podcasts, but I think these are the things that we see on the run. One of the things that we saw even as they closed on Kabul is we dropped out of the Bagram air base as we came back into Kabul. We saw the loss of life in American military that was over there trying to get out people. We saw people getting out, they shouldn't have got out. We saw people that should have been got out got left. Again, just a complete debacle. What is often missed in this was the discussion by many of us who were saying, this is the Taliban coming back to strength even stronger than they were before 22,001, in which they were a haven and we're already seeing this again. We were having for terrorist organization that were terrorists for Al-Qaeda, haven for ISIS. We saw this happening over and over and over again. Here's what bothers me and we were beginning to see it over the year. We were told by the Biden administration that we will use all diplomatic realms and we'll do everything we can to make sure that they live up to the norms of the rural society. Well, where is that pressure? I mean, it doesn't seem to be applying. I understand it's not easy. I'm not saying that Joe Biden can wave a magic wand and make the Taliban in Afghanistan do anything he wants. I mean, he's already gave up all that leverage. I get it.
"20th year" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Women who can't you know access water and and have a thriving environment. So if we're really looking to tackle What's happening. It's investing equally on public service on the social welfare of the communities because then that would automatically disabled or diminish that void. That's their around Putin around radicalization. So, with the number of jihadist groups on the rise on the continent has America's war on terror in Africa felt a question for Simon Panetta as a beautiful counter terrorism. At the U. S State Department. I wouldn't couch it in terms of failure or success. Isis, for example, do not exist 20 years ago, But Isis is very much a presence in Africa that we're seeing. I'm not sure that that's a failure of the United States and the security posture. Mr Panetta says the United States is committed. To fighting violent extremism on the continent. But as the war on terror reaches its 20th year, there are growing calls for a change to some of the tactics used. Catherine Blair, a hunger reporting This news day from the BBC World Service. Will Pollard and James Connell let me give you a couple of our main headlines, An international survey of young people has revealed widespread anxiety about climate change with as you may have heard earlier, many saying they believe humanity is doomed. And President Biden's nuclear envoy who is in Tokyo to discuss North Korea's missile program, has said the door is open for talks with Pyongyang. We're gonna talk sports, though. Now with Isaac Famine Yeah, it's a big night of Champions League football. Standout game is between Barcelona and buying Munich and joining me from outside the company. Now is a football journalist. Carlo Topic. Morning, two year How are you? Good morning, while it's beautiful, beautiful view here in the stadium stadium where we'll see a big match tonight and a match. I think where a lot of people have in mind what happened last time when both sides played against each other. Yeah. I mean, it was 82. I remember watching that quarterfinal, which is in Portugal the year of course, where we had the Champions League interrupted by Covid. And it was played in Portugal. Will there be some scar tissue for Barcelona and with regard to that match up two years ago? Well, I think that this matches as a lot of the mind of the fans and the players and the officials of Barcelo and I talked to a lot of guys here a lot of people and guys yesterday and then they say, yes, of course, the event in mind, and there's a Catalan word. It's called the Hansa. So that means revenge. That's what they want. They want to wipe that out. How can you wipe 82 Um out of your of your mind so that that really hit Barcelona. The pride of the Catalans were hit batch by the team of buy in Munich. They want to win, but they know that it's a tough one. I think they are a little afraid. Not that we'll see another big victory by buying but that they cannot beat by I mean, one way of kind of wiping away that memory of that big defeat is just getting rid of all the players. I mean, boss liner. I think they've gotten rid of 11 players, including Lionel Messi, who is not going to be playing in a Champions League for Barcelona since for the first time since 2000 and three. I mean, what's by Munich mindset sort of coming into this match. What? I think Thomas Miller. He rounded it up very, very smart set. To be honest, I have no idea and I think that's what most people are thinking. They don't know what we expect. The Julian Edelman, Beyonce coach yesterday, the press conference, he said. Barcelona is with even without messy. It's still a big team and was all the problems with with the 1.3 Billion. Being in depth with was all the problems with the fights between the president and the coach. Barcelona is a big name. Barcelona is a big team, but no one knows what to expect tonight of that site against by Munich. Barcelona played maybe against Dafa. But they never faced without messy and without all the big names an opponent like by a Munich. So the new one for Barcelona and the thing that team is not ready yet. Um, to play against such a bigger permanent will be interesting to see. I mean, there's been a lot of change at buying as well. Obviously you mentioned you in Nagel Zeman. He's only just started in the world Housing settled into the job as buying manager. I know it comes with a lot of pressure. At what he had A he had a tough start. He lost almost all of the of the preseason games because of the European Championship by Munich has a lot of Boop topic. I think we moved. Not yet. Sorry We're gonna Yeah, we lost your, uh, for a second if you say that again. Oh, sorry. Yeah, not. Goldman had a tough start because he missed a lot of players in the preseason. But now where he gets the players where he has a time to work together with Sandusky's and the Millers and the robberies and the kidneys and all the big names Now this team comes together. They understand his system. He plays a clear system if they showed it last weekend against love to your team so by a music now is coming to assist. Adults, man. They are very strong that they have a lot of confidence after the last matches in the Bundesliga. Um I think we we we leave the better by music. And just really briefly. I mean, does the German team have a chance to win the Champions League? Obviously, if you look, the English sites are incredibly strong this year, but Real Madrid and Barcelona This is probably the year in which the title really is up for grabs because they won't be exactly as strong as they have been. Canada German team potentially win the Champions League this season. Will it be buying? I think I think by always said chance. It depends what part? Paris has a lot of names a lot of big names, But do they have a team? Can they work together as a team? All the other As you said, the English sides Very strong, but it's Champions League. Um, UK Everything can happen. I think we'll see about bio Munich going to the semifinals. But then what's going on there? I have no idea. Well, we will call you Nostradamus. If, uh, I mean it do get to the semifinal. Taufik, topical football journalist who is outside the company. Looking forward to watching that massive game between Barcelona and by Munich later on today, I will be watching you might hear a very tired before presenter tomorrow Morning, Founding. Thank you. Many thanks. Also, Thanks for listening. Terry in Chicago Who brings together two of our subject, sports and weather, saying it's going to be too hot, miserably hot to watch college football at.
"20th year" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And President Trump coming into town. On September 11th surprising great men and women in blue in the New York Police Department at a precinct and then going to the F D. N y at one of the station houses. And he also put out a video statement where he held nothing back and he slammed President Biden for the pullout of Afghanistan. Take a listen This is the 20th year of this war and should have been a year of victory and honor and strength. Instead, Joe Biden and his inept administration surrendered in defeat. So rendered in defeat. Is that how you feel that this is going to have repercussions for years? Upon years Upon years, the number is 1 808 489 to 2 to 1 808 489222 Here's a little bit more about President Trump and kind of hinting. That he's going to be coming back. We will live on. But sadly, our country will be wounded. For a long period of time. We will struggle to recover from the embarrassment this incompetence has caused. Do not fear, however, America will be made great again. So when you hear America will be great again. Sure, sounds like he is planning a comeback and boy when you're looking at the world falling apart, you kind of go. You know what we really do need somebody who's going to tell the Taliban what we really think of them and keep them in line not just for America before the world. And he also talked about the equipment that was left behind in Afghanistan. That is such a disgrace that is now in Taliban hands. We had $85 billion of the finest and most sophisticated military equipment. Taken from us without even a shot. Being fired. Taken from us without even a shot. We handed over all that equipment. And in fact, today, it was such a joke. Um, because Blinken was saying, Oh, well, you know, they cannot necessarily use the equipment that it's going to be inoperable and that they won't be able to maintain it. That is a bunch of hogwash. You think if they have $83 billion worth of equipment that they can't get somebody who's a mechanic who knows how to use some of that stuff? Are you kidding me? You fly in a technical expert, and suddenly you pay them X amount of day. And guess what? Suddenly you've got someone who's going to make that equipment operable. I mean, that is just insane. That is the most ridiculous statement I've ever heard. Well, things were so bad today that Leon Panetta, who is a former chief of staff for President Obama, remember when President Biden was vice president. This is what he had to say. He just said that Listen, this president needs to come clean. Joe Biden has a lot of experience. He knows foreign policy is known for a long time. He knows you know that the adversaries that base our country and what needs to be done to deal with our adversaries. Look Presidents make mistakes, just like anybody else. I think the most important thing for this president to do is to be willing to accept responsibility for the mistakes and to move on. And to basically do what is necessary now to protect our national security. Do you ever see this President accepting responsibility? I don't see it. And I think it has made it so much worse, that he won't even concede that hear anybody on his team made a mistake. And to me. I just think it is absolutely shameful. Do you ever see him claiming responsibility? I don't see it on the horizon. And it's so bad that Leon Panetta again is criticizing him, saying he's got to make a mistake. He's got to say it. He's got to say I screwed up that I listened to bad advice, but he's not going to do it. I do not foresee that happening well. Mike Morrell, former top CIA official again, also during the Obama time Uh, had even more ominous words talking about the state of Afghanistan today, and this is what he had to say over the weekend as a huge warning of what's now to come and again. These are Democrats talking guys. These are not Republicans. I think that The Taliban winning the war in Afghanistan. And then the way our exit. Happened. Has absolutely inspired jihadist all over the world. Um The Taliban is saying, We just didn't defeat the United States. We defeated NATO, We defeated the world's greatest military power ever. So there's a celebration going on. Wow. We didn't just defeat the United States. We defeated NATO. We defeated the world's biggest superpower, and he believes that it is now inspired jihadist territory in Afghanistan as a result of what happened by the way that President Biden did this, and this is a Democrat, saying it It's refreshing to finally hear the truth from a Democrat, saying that about President Biden. Well, here's a little bit more of Mike Morel again. Top CIA official under Obama, explaining more why he thinks that this is going to be more precarious in Afghanistan as a result of Joe Biden's actions specifically Not only will jihadist be inspired, but a lot of them are going to come to Afghanistan to be part of the celebration to be hard to be part of jihadist central. So after 9 11 they all scattered from Afghanistan. I think we're going to see a flow back in, and that's one of the things that makes Afghanistan more dangerous than other spots on the planet. Wow, that is really scary that now Afghanistan has basically become jihadists Central and that crazy loony Koizumi's from all over the world are going to be coming in and gravitating to Afghanistan because they know it's fertile territory for terrorists because Biden left in such a hurry and let them all in control. And that's why he says. It's worse than 9 11 that is really frightening. I know Mike Morrell. Mike Morel is a pretty straight talker. In terms of things. He is definitely a Democrat and a loyalist and the fact that he is coming out and saying This is absolutely damning 1 808 489 to 2 to 1 808 489222 Let's go to Elena in Teaneck, New Jersey, Elena your thoughts Hello. Read a pleasure to talk to you again. You two, you two always love hearing from you, Elena. Thank you, Rita. You're absolutely right. Mr Biden did make a tremendous mistake. It's funny that Finally, Mr Blinken said, and agreed to that. That's unusual. From today's administration. But this mistake now wait a minute. Where did you think Blinken agreed to it? I didn't hear him a great Blinken agreeing to it. Why don't he didn't agree to it directly. But by saying that President Biden has to come queen means there's something dirty and that, but that wasn't him. That was Leon Panetta. That was the former chief of staff. Oh, yeah. Oh, my God, By the way, that would have been a bombshell. In fact, Blinken was the opposite. Blinken was like, Oh, you know, we did that this way. That's the way it's supposed to be, and we followed. There was no indication things would fall. I mean, he was like an alternate universe, Elena, like toeing the party line..
"20th year" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Is a very sad day September 11th represents great sorrow for our country. Many things is displayed that day trump looting most importantly, the bravery of our police fire and first responders of every kind. The job they did was truly unbelievable. We love them, and we thank them. It is also a sad time for the way our war on those that did such harm to our country ended last week. The loss of 13 great warriors, and the many more who were wounded should never have happened. Overall 250 people were killed in Afghanistan last week and so many more were seriously injured. We had $85 billion of the finest and most sophisticated military equipment taken from us without even a shot. Being fired. The leader of our country was made to look like a fool and that can never be allowed to happen. It was caused by bad planning incredible weakness at the leaders who truly didn't understand what was happening. This is the 20th year of this war and should have been a year of victory and honor and strength. Instead, Joe Biden and his inept administration surrendered in defeat. We will live on. But sadly, our country will be wounded. For a long period of time. We will struggle to recover from the embarrassment this incompetence has caused. Do not fear, however, America will be made great again. A hard Yeah, wacky side of midnight with Frankie Russo. And now you see, I've gotten completely out of my mind. He's certifiable 77 w. ABC. Hey, girl. What's up? I know it's one a.m.. So what are we doing? Oh, yeah. Let's totally go to that place. I love that place. Well, wait a minute. What is that? No, no, no. Shut up for a second, There is like a light in the sky or or A bird or something. Oh, what's up, Frankie? Take a shower closer. Oh, my God. It's gonna It's gonna hit me. I got a great three. Yes, it's an angel. Really? Oh, my God. Oh, my God. Russo. My God! It is. It's Frankie. Who's this? I know. I thought he was a janitor at the local boxing gym to exactly I guess your hair freight. What's up, girl? And I just love the way you say What's up, girl? I did it again. I messed up my cold, watered it, sister boy. Sorry. Hey, guys. It's the Frankie Research show And Here's Frankie. How are you doing up there doing? Welcome to the bed. Yo, with pumping the trouble all night. Please. He's not presidential, but he's got skills to find the central. Let's go to PD. A state busted curses with these dudes can't be trusted Allies of man in the knees locked and loaded price. Bump it up. What's up, buddy? How are you? Hey, Frank..
"20th year" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Now he used to the chancellor of the Archdiocese of New York. Which I always thought you had to be a priest. But look at this kind of the first layman to hold that position. I think Thomas Becket was wasn't he was a layman. And then they made him a priest. And look what could happen. He got killed. It didn't work out. Watch out, but I said I said that to his eminence, he goes. Yeah, but he's in heaven. So at the end of did, actually, Yeah. What? Uh, one guy once told me that you know, Thomas more was the last lawyer who went to heaven. So when we got some calls, right readers got those calls up. We've got the calls. Everybody took a couple calls with you. If that's okay, A lot of people bring it. Let's go to Bernie in Stanton Island, Bernie, Give us your perspectives. On this important 20th year anniversary. This somber, uh, observance as we're all here and you're here with John Cahill. You're here with America's mayor. You're here with Governor Pataki and also my great colleague, Dominic Carter. Go ahead, Bernie. Yes. Good afternoon, everybody. Yes, I would like to remind everybody of the great job that the principals and the teachers did, uh, to take care of our Children and evacuating Lower Manhattan. Uh, there were teachers that walk their students all the way uptown to be able to pick up the trains. Uh, some of them evacuated their students to the to the ferry. And Ferried them to to Staten Island. Uh, where they do We want to hear from you. Where were you? Actually, at that time? Can you give us a sense? Yes, I was administrative assistant to the superintendent for the Staten Island Brooklyn schools. Uh, in downtown Brooklyn by the Marriott. Uh and so and so, uh, my job was to monitor what was happening with our youngsters. Uh, the the youngsters who came to Staten Island, uh, were housed in schools like And the Curtis High School. Uh, the principal at Cito and the teachers made the youngsters as comfortable as possible. Uh, they spent the night at the school. Because there was no transportation to get them home. Uh, the community came together to help out. Uh, the eateries took food to, uh to the youngsters. And, uh, it was It was a long day. Long night. Uh, And those teachers and principals, uh, did an outstanding job of taking care of the Children. So excellent point. Mr Mayor and governor. Did you notice Mr Mayor? How much New Yorkers pitch Then besides what you two were doing, help out? Absolutely. It was amazing. It was amazing. There was no uh, there. They just volunteered for everything that he met, the governor mentioned. The construction workers. I remember a group of them that came down must have been about four in the afternoon. That was all these big guys, and they volunteered to help. And they said, You know what? Big and strong we can. We can pick up things and then the fire department had to get some gear for. They just wanted to go in. I mean, the thing was like hell. I mean, like Dante's Inferno, Hell, and they just wanted to go in. And you guys did a great job with the kids. Yeah, you know, not just the kids that were there like it's Stuyvesant and But over the city, the kids must have been in shock. Yeah, Absolutely. Absolutely. Because, uh, you could see you could see the towers. Uh, from different schools. Uh, you know, the toilet. The school, uh, they could see what was happening. And, of.
"20th year" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"That will impact the revenues. That, in turn, dragged down the rest of the market today, and overall, it was a negative week read numbers every day on Wall Street this week, at least from the Dow and the S and P 500. Also today, the 20th anniversary of 9 11 was commemorated. Remember, the market was shut down for four days after 9 11 the longest closure since the Great Depression final. Numbers overall for the week. The major averages down 1.5 to 2.5%. Today, the Dow was down to 71. Closing at 6 34,007. NASDAQ Down 1 32 the S and P down three quarters of 1% Gold down seven at 17 92 Announced 10 Year bond Yield 1.34% Alright, thanks to Kelly Brothers, and this year, Of course, as we've been saying marks the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 attacks, and organizers have some special editions plan for ceremony. National September. 11th Memorial and Museum President Alice Greenwald says the live reading of the names will also be back after being pre recorded last year to cover 19 concerns. This year, we will be adding some musical, um, performances as well. Um as a special nod to the milestone meaning of the 20th year for the second year in a row, New York City buildings are being encouraged to light up blue as a means of highlighting the tribute in light in the night sky. Greenwald says the more than 3000 libraries around the country are displaying special posters made available on the museum's website something she calls her a good result from the virtual focus during the pandemic. Meantime, the NYPD is treating the 20th anniversary of 9 11 as an elevated threat environment in New York City. The NYPD is John Miller says There will be heavy security presence for the remembrance ceremony and lower Manhattan. We've stepped it up this year. Not because of specific information about something in New York, but because we want people to see it. We want people to know they're safe. We want people to know that we're here and that we're protecting that event. There will be explosive detection canines, heavy weapons teams and everyone will be screened before entering the ceremony area. Miller says there's no specific credible threat. But he says some propaganda has been released recently by terror groups. It's up. Find out what's coming up Monday on the morning news with Sam Shannon Christina MEN Danza Kitty 19. Governors say they will fight the president's vaccine mandates. Will there be more backlash? We'll have the Monday morning wrap of the Sunday morning talk shows Monday morning. Okay and coming up. We've got your traffic weather together top stories and Northern California survivors in depth Look back at the Events of 9 11 include us as part of your plan If you need to evacuate in the event of a wildfire download the free I heart radio after smartphone so you can stay connected to KPK for alerts in the latest weather conditions building.
"20th year" Discussed on WJR 760
"Come up with a million examples and by the way of Trump's administration was doing this and coming up with what about this guy getting married? Everybody would be saying, Oh, just cherry, pick a case and try to turn it into everything else. It's all spin. How do you even know about that? Because it's being put out. By the people who want you to know about it. But no matter what you what what is said, and what is done. And what between one end of member of NBC and the other end of Fox News. This was a debacle of an exit. Debacle of an exit and it made us look bad. And embarrassed week and it was not necessary now the long range picture of whether we should be in there or not. Good debate a healthy debate to have But nobody should be defending this and people are defending what went on there. They're just blind partisans, whether they're in the media, or whether they're in the administration or whether they're your next door neighbor. Some things you have to look at, Same with Trump. You know anybody who thinks everything Trump did was great as this is your crazy There's no such thing. And this was not great. This was not good. And we are now what? Four days away from 9 11. You think Biden will have the temerity? The guts to try to spin 9 11 into some kind of, you know. Well, we're out of Afghanistan. I, I sure hope uh, I hope it's just it's that celebrated quietly and that's it. Just tell them Mr Two Americas fascination with numbers. Wow, it's the 20th year. So this is more important than last year, which was the 19th year for the people who were dead from 9 11. It hurts every year. Uh huh. It's only you know, outsiders. Who say Oh, well, we'll celebrate it on the round numbers and and every and every five years for a while, and then we won't do. Five. We'll just do every 10 and then we'll do every 50 right. You write? What day of the week. Is that going to be so we'll talk about it, right? Uh huh. Okay, Uh, we got a new music Tuesday coming up here and lots more at 7 60 wjr, the Lorenzo Cultural Center in partnership with the DEA present American spectacle Selections from the Nancy and Sean cotton Collection of American Art.
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"20th year" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Bela Fleck is one of the greatest living banjo players. He's followed What many experience as this quintessential American roots instrument back to its roots in Africa, and he's taken it where no Ben Joe has gone before. Abigail Washburn is a celebrated banjo player and singer both in English and Chinese. These two are partners in music and in life, recovering something ancient and deeply American all at once, bringing both beauty and refreshment to what they play and how they live. And deepest. She On pierced by you. But when I heard Doc Watson, I felt like I heard the beauty of authentic American culture and I wanted it so bad. I've been looking for it so badly. And I finally heard it when I heard Doc this high lonesome, searching, struggling, suffering, hopeful voice singing this ancient melody and the old old words for me what? I think the word I thought of when you when you're talking about that what you actually heard? Was the truth. It just sounds so true. Even though it's it's just notes. You know, this is something more about it. What you gotta do what you can do. What you gonna do What you gon magic? What you gotta do what you gonna do when the land goes under the water? I'm Krista Tippett and this is on being As this show approaches its 20th year, we are resurfacing some favorite shows that have delighted and shaped us and resonates still, and this is one of those.
WNYC 93.9 FM
"20th year" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Fleck is one of the greatest living banjo players. He's followed What many experience as this quintessential American roots instrument back to its roots in Africa, and he's taken it where no Ben Joe has gone before. Abigail Washburn is a celebrated banjo player and singer both in English and Chinese. These two are partners in music and in life, recovering something ancient and deeply American all at once, bringing both beauty and refreshment to what they play and how they live Land Deepest, she On pierced by Monday, when I heard Doc Watson I felt like I heard the beauty of authentic American culture and I wanted it so bad. I've been looking for it so badly, and I finally heard it when I heard Doc this high lonesome Searching, struggling suffering, hopeful voice singing this ancient melody and these old old words for me what? I think the word I thought of when you when you were talking about that what you actually heard? Was the truth. It just sounds so true. Even though it's it's just notes. You know, this is something more about it. What you're gonna do what you can do. What you gonna do what you're gonna do what you gotta do? What you gonna do when the land goes into the water? I'm Krista Tippett, and this is on being As this show approaches its 20th year, we are resurfacing some favorite shows that have delighted and shaped us and resonates still. And this is one of those when Abigail Washburn graduated from college.
KLIF 570 AM
"20th year" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"And or an employee, literally two minutes later, literally were down in the kitchen. I'm like Heather, You have to go do this now, and I was like I called myself. I'm like I just talked about this. Like You know, 120 seconds ago, and I went right back into the same pattern. But you know what? I owned it. I told the men about it. I told the men about it in front of my wife apologized. I said I am going to get better because she's not my business partner. She's not my employee. She's my wife. And by the way, we just hit our 20th year anniversary. Hey, congratulations to me, Brother. Hey, congratulations. You're doing something right? Little bit. They're doing something right? Or you know the joke is is like, why did you guys get married? I was like, well, she called Back. That's awesome. Bad. Oh, you know, it's funny. You mention it because that digressive listen, That's fine, because that's that's what having a great ad lib interviews all about right? This is cool, One of the things that I'm going to do, and I'm going to invite you back for this one. Because there are a lot of couples that are working together. Me and my wife have been working together. Um, since we got married, right, and she left her job to help me with my dreams, which which is it's just an honorable thing to do. Um, but you're absolutely right. Sometimes you can cross the line where you don't see your wife As your wife. You see her as your employee or your business partner and You forget that this is the person who you have marriage vows with not contracts, not business contracts for employment contracts with, especially if you if you've been working together for a while. I know lots of couples are dealing with that today. So in the future, I'm going to do a show that's going to have a lot to do with balance. If you're running a husband, If you're running a business for you and your wife are are running it together Because that line can get very fuzz can get fuzzy very fast, and it can create a lot of problems. It is not rectified. So when I have that show, would you mind coming back? 100% man. We can talk for hours on that and I'll share what we do and how we do it as well. All right, so we'll do that. We'll do another couple show. Uh, and the next second half of this year you're back on there. Now..
"20th year" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"That you need to be on the lookout for if Europe and Williams a county watch out the I 35 frontage Road South found Well, you haven't overturned vehicle right there. Hester's crossing. It's gonna be causing the problems in that area. But the rest you're major roadways. Like right now we're looking really good. Shifting over to your news. Radio, K o B. J radar Weather watch looks like we'll have Ah, Warmer day today. The rain chances, though slim to none compared to previous days High about 83 degrees. Partly cloudy skies into the afternoon evening and overnight hours with low tonight about 69 degrees. This segment brought Turn off your laptop were on staycation. I'm on total wine dot com. They have so many Rosie's chardonnays and process coz it feels like a real vacation. Wondrous election. Helpful guides ridiculously low prices, Total wine and more. It's in this news is brought to you by triple A countertop, stopping Austin's news Austin Police are investigating more violence overnight downtown. Please say that recalled after reports of gunfire from under a bridge and east 79 35 as they were working that scene. Another call came Men about a shooting at 18th in Colorado, where a man and woman were both struck by bullets. The woman has reportedly died. The man has been hospitalized but is expected to survive. The police haven't really elaborated, but say they do believe these two incidents could be connected. Also in the news, effective immediately, masks are no longer required on the U. T campus either indoors or outdoors. This puts the school in line with Governor Greg Abbott executive order that will take effect tomorrow. Spencer Fox, with the UT modeling consortium tells CBS Austin masks will still be optional. What we don't know. Right now is actually how the public will change their behavior based on the governor's new order, UT president J. Hartzell says after commencement ceremonies are complete. The university will provide more details on the next phase of the return to campus plan. Freefall of Active Cove in cases and Travis County continues for another day is awesome. Public health says That number is now down to 513. It's a drop of 30 from a day ago in a drop of more than 60 over the past 48 hours, it continues a day to day trend that has been seen recently. Hospitalizations remain low 91. Overall, nearly 82,100 people have recovered. Signs of pre pandemic live are beginning to pop up in a faster rate. Further evidence of that has come this week with the announcement that the Austin City Limits Music Festival will be back for two weekends in October. It was canceled last year, along with every other major event. This will mark the festival's 20th year in the lineup will be released today on a similar note after having.
"20th year" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Six or nine months ago, we would have loved it. But so far this year we've created 1.8 million new jobs. Now that's terrific. Right. I want Americans to go back to work and the trump incentives are helping to drive this. We're on track ified would keep his paws out of it. We're on track 4 to 5 million new jobs this year. Okay. If Biden would just keep his paws out of it, that's how good this economy can be Yellin. Yelling to step this week. One day she saying that inflation is going up. Which means you know, the reality is it is going up a little. Yeah, I think it's my little more than you think. Because look, I predicted $70 oil three months ago. And we're pretty close to it. What? Why did why did yelling who went to yell in and made a backtrack the next day? Probably the director of the National Economic Council. I've been in that situation, You know, one of the Cabinet members. And it goes off the rails and I make a phone call to the chief of staff. Maybe I call the president and they say you go ahead and call and I make the call to get the Cabinet member back in line. So I've seen this movie before. I understand it. Look for one brief shining moment. Secretary Janet Yellen was a great truth teller. Only trouble is it only lasted two hours. Then they realized, you know, Treasury secretary supposed to tell the truth, she didn't realize that she had divorced. Uh, e never had that with munition Munition and I were always on the same thing. Always. Well, Larry Kudlow. That's right, Larry Kudlow. I know you wanna schedule Thank you so much for calling in today and have a great weekend. Thanks. Everybody. Take care. This is the cat's roundtable. Be right there. The tunnel to Towers Foundation has been supporting America's front line hero since 9 11 when so many people lost their lives while saving others This year is the foundation's 20th year of honoring and supporting our nation's greatest heroes and their families. Thanks to the support of people.
"20th year" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Like this guy's got. I love Frank. I'm jealous of Frank. Anyway, We got a big show still to come your way as if that wasn't good enough with Frank Murano. But first it is time to check the traffic. It's brutal out there. Let me guess. There's traffic on the belt Parkway. Yes, You're right. It felt right at the sunrise Highway and accident one laid out then further West. We had some earlier problems is you started to get in towards the area of the van White that now has been clear. But still, a lot of slow traffic on the belt is always be queuing. South Bend extra over the Brooklyn Bridge is stall right Lane van White, South bound Hillside Avenue, a stone with one lane out, then in New Jersey, to 87, north, onyx and 35 up in the Morristown area and overturned vehicle, the right lane going to be out and the eggs and Rams still delays on the F and the G New Jersey Transit had 20 minutes late on the northeast corner, but they still have several canceled trains because of overhead wire problems earlier over it. Wire problems down in the Trenton area and alternate side of the street parking rules again today are suspended with traffic of the Sevens. I'm Joe Nolan Talk radio 77 w A B C power of information at your fingertips. Download this 77 w A. B C. Mobile app. Now the tunnel to Towers Foundation has been supporting America's front line hero since 9 11 when so many people lost their lives while saving others this year. Is the foundation's 20th year of honoring and supporting our nation's greatest heroes and their families. Thanks to the support of people like you. When a first responder of military service member doesn't come home and young Children are left behind tunnel to towers pays off their mortgage toe, lift the financial burden and bring their family stability for catastrophically injured veterans and first responders. Tunnel to towers builds mortgage free smart homes, enabling our country's most severely injured. Patriots toe live more independent lives. Help tunnel to towers do good mark the 20th anniversary of 9 11 by donating $11 a month AT T to t dot or G'kar. That's t the number two.
"20th year" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"We'll see. Anyway it is 6 48 time for your traffic. Here's our good buddy Joe Nolan, the cross salad north coming up to the Grand Central and acted with injuries to lane throughout of services You get through their cross Allen set up by Northern Boulevard right lane collision also being cleared now inbound on the And Central were slow in LaGuardia Airport right lane accident that continues an outbound. Some construction with three lanes out. Garden State Parkway north bound, were slow coming on up to eggs at 1 48 that overturned vehicle and then on to 87, South bound, coming down the wigs and 17 again the right lane crash and then again around Exit five. An earlier accident, which has now been cleared now Mass transit. Everybody there now on or close to schedule. An alternate side is in effect with traffic on the seventh time. Joe Nolan Talk radio 77 w A. B C. There's first. Specter. You just got to keep an open mind. And then there's New York perspective are you as offended as I am Contrary to popular opinion, make deals with just anybody. Talk radio 77 w A. B. C The tunnel to Towers Foundation has been supporting America's front line hero since 9 11 when so many people lost their lives while saving others This year is the foundation's 20th year of honoring and supporting our nation's greatest heroes and their families. Thanks to the support of people like you. When a first responder of military service member doesn't come home and young Children are left behind tunnel to towers pays off their mortgage toe lift the financial burden. And bring their family stability for catastrophically injured veterans and first responders. Tunnel to towers builds mortgage free Smart homes enabling our country's most severely injured patriots toe live more independent lives. Help tunnel to towers do good mark the 20th anniversary of 9 11 by donating $11 a month AT T to t dot orc. That's t the number two.
"20th year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Here's conservative outsider Pete Snyder. It's been nearly a year since her Children were taken out of their schools a year of learning loss, even though the data and the CDC says it's safe to get our Children back in the classroom. And what is Ralph Northam offering a suggestion? Northam suggests that school's consider opening two days a week on Pete Snyder can it for governor, and my plan is simple. Open our schools now five days a week. Every week for the teacher in every classroom, no more weak leadership from a weak governor on Pete Snyder, candidate for governor, and I paid for unauthorized, the said. That mortgage interest rates right now are almost exactly 1% point lower than they were a year ago today, and rates are still at a 50 year low a half century low. Listen, if you currently have a rate of 3.25% or higher, you need to take advantage of this opportunity. Everybody's refinancing. Why aren't you It's going to come to a screeching halt one of these days very soon, so don't wait until it's too late. I gotta call my good friend Mark Livingstone and his team at Cornerstone. First Financial. Call him today. You know, a lot of other companies quote you these window rates. They're called to get you interested. Then they tell you much later on about their junk fees, and the points that are hiding in there called the only company that I recommend. Cornerstone. First FINANCIAL COLUMN it Puyo to 6 to 5 12 21. They're in their 20th year of doing business in Washington with a triple A rating from the better Business bureau, located right here in Washington, D C not in Kalamazoo, and they offer all of their own pro loan products, including no closing cost options and the absolute lowest interest rates guaranteed. The other guys won't could promise that come on. Rates won't be this low forever, However, so you know, with all the crazy uncertainty going on out there in a new administration, you need.
AM 970 The Answer
"20th year" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Has a good instinct. So you might want to just check with Hilary before you make any move because that was really weird. And I think an anomaly. What happened yesterday? 7 52 with Jo on the radio. Debbie's out there on the roads. Good morning. Deputy came Good morning, Joe Piscopo. Let's go out to Pine Lawn Road getting into half Hollow road in Melville. It's an accident here on the island out like the West that 1067 crashes on the shoulder traffic slowing down for you in the Bronx of the Soundview section, Westchester ofhis clothes getting out towards Beech Avenue. It's ongoing Fire department activity. It's so kind of busy on the eastbound Galanis up by the prospect. Looks like an accident was cleared. Westbound BQE at the Kosciuszko Bridge. Really moving slowly getting down through that stretch. It's all due to a disabled vehicle in Bel G. W. B. Okay. The outbound upper level of the George Washington Bridge Construction till 2 30 Lincoln and the Holland moving, Okay. 17 South. A century row getting down through Paramus. Watch out for a disabled vehicle and over on tunnel E Avenue North, Found something Damn by Manhattan Avenue. That's all there to save ongoing construction. There. You now know where not to go. I'm Debbie Do came with Joe Piscopo am night. 73 am the tunnel to Towers Foundation has been supporting Americans Frontline hero since 9 11 when so many people lost their lives while saving others. This year is the foundation's 20th year of honoring and supporting our nation's greatest heroes and their families. Thanks to the support of generous folks like yourself when a first responder or military service member doesn't come home and young Children are left behind tunnel to towers pays off their mortgage toe, lift the financial burden and bring their family stability. Catastrophically injured veterans and first responders, tunnels. Two towers builds mortgage free smart homes and neighboring our country's most severely injured patriots to live more independent lives. Please help tunnel to towers to do good mark the 20th anniversary of 9 11 by donating $11 a month at T to T that organ and it's on Lee $11 a month please.
"20th year" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Getting back a bag of mulch. Yep. Most fest back for its 20th year as you could drop off and watch her tree get shipped that spots in all five boroughs Go to the N Y. C. Parks website for locations and at those chipping sites. You can also get back a bag of mulch, which is good for your garden. And in the morning until two in the afternoon Saturday and then next Saturday, the ninth that's the end of mulch Fist 2021 James for been w. O R news. More states could be legalizing marijuana in the year 2021 7. More states could join the list of 34 states that currently have legalized pot for either medical or recreational use. New York and Connecticut. Both had legalization efforts underway in early 2020, but put them on hold when the cove in 19 pandemic hit governors in Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, New Mexico and Virginia have all voiced support for legalization. In Texas. Several marijuana bills will be taken up when the state legislature reconvenes this month. And the New York Giants will still have a shot at a division title on Sunday despite losing their last three games If the five and 10 giants be Dallas at home in Washington loses that night in Philadelphia, Big Blue will claim the NFC East. The Giants lost 37 34, a Dallas and Week five. The Jets will wrap up their dismal campaign against the Patriots Sunday in New England. Gangrene has won its last two after 00 and 13 start costing them a shot of the top pick in the NFL draft. Jennifer pulls Sonny W Award Is your WR weather for Channel forecast is next, Sarah. We're getting ready to start a brand new year out with the old in with the new, exciting new things are about to happen. What kinds of new things people everywhere, creating.