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"58 minutes" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:47 min | Last month

"58 minutes" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Don't like the expression only one sleep until the start of the NFL. We are a little over 24 hours away from the ball getting kicked up into the air, and we get all the chaos that's going to unfold. When it's the Tampa Bay Tampa Bay Champa Bay Buccaneers welcoming in the Dallas Cowboys, so can't wait until tomorrow. Boomer Sias in by the way, will join us in 58 minutes from now we'll get all of his thoughts for this upcoming NFL season is always coming to you live from the Rocket Mortgage studios. Need to know what it takes for home to fit your budget and your family will guess what rocket can so on this NFL preview show Wednesday edition of the Zack Help show I have two questions Really, that are right at the forefront of my brain when we get this season underway And we start off in the A F. C. And really, it's been the biggest question in the A F. C for the last three seasons. Who's going to take down the Kansas City Chiefs? And is anyone Going to be able to take down the Kansas City Chiefs and the A F. C Because the last two years Kansas City got to the Super Bowl and won it Got to the Super Bowl and lost it and the neat thing here in the first five weeks of the season I wish they would have spread this out. It is Neato that we get to see the bills. The Browns and the Ravens all go up against in the first five weeks of the season. Against Kansas City. However, you know this, and I know this. As the season does go on. Teams get more comfortable teams find more. The rhythm and teams also have to survive the injury bug. And just because of let's say the Browns beat the Chiefs in week one or later on in the season, or, you know, maybe even week to the Ravens Take down Kansas City or a few weeks later, the bills take down Kansas City. Yes, that does a lot for your confidence. But we all know especially when we're talking about a team like Kansas City. It's tough to just beat them once, let alone beat them two times in a season. So yes, I do put stock in those matchups. But there have been times in NFL history where you see a team the first time Sometimes you get blown out. Sometimes you play him close. And you learn a lot from that first match up and you kind of store that in the back of your brain, and it helps you win the second matchup, so there is stock to be placed in those first five weeks. With Kansas City going up against the Browns, the Ravens and the Bills. Let's be real, though, when that game actually matters and when it actually counts in terms of taking down Kansas City for the postseason. Could guarantee you Kansas City, Buffalo, the Browns and the Ravens in some way will look a lot different from when they were and whenever their matchup does occur in the first five weeks of the season. So that's our poll question today. Who do you trust the most in the A F C to beat Kansas City when it counts in the playoffs and early returns as they gave you four options. The Titans, the Ravens, the Browns and the Bills. Early returns. I'm stunned by this. Now I'm not surprised that Buffalo is winning at 70. I'm surprised by the number, but it's 70.7%. If you would've told me Buffalo was the top dog. Would not be surprised by that. The Ravens and Tennessee, though early returns are both that 12.1% and the Browns At 5.2%. Now it's very early in this poll question. If we look, though, kind of the way that I assess the tone of this offseason. It started out Okay. Kansas City is at the top. And then the next three best teams in whatever order you want, or the bills, Browns and Ravens. And throughout the summer. We've already seen the Ravens been hit with that injury bug. And it's really become a conversation. I'm not taking the Ravens out of it because I wouldn't do that because I do like Lamar Jackson a lot as a football player and that offensive line there's going to be Big question mark on that offensive line. How quickly they gel. And you also look at how dominant that defense could be. They did suffer a sizable blow, though, and losing J. K. Dobbins for the season. Now does that totally derail and take them out of the Super Bowl picture? No, it just opened up. When they were on level playing field, the Browns and the Ravens. It opened up a little bit of a gap. And a lot of people ever since J K Dobbins injuries injury has really turned the conversation into alright is a buffalo or is it the brownies that you're rolling with to take down Kansas City? We're just going to compare the Browns to the bills. The Browns are the more complete team. On paper, but just because you're more of the complete team Doesn't necessarily mean that you match up better with Kansas City, or you have more confidence to the fans that aren't buffalo in the Browns. In terms of picking one to take down Kansas City Now if you want to make the argument for Cleveland I think there's a logical argument to be made there. Is that defense? You like the way that they could get after the quarterback led by Myles Garrett, But more importantly, It's not always the way that your defense is going to defend Patrick Mahomes. It's how can you keep Patrick Mahomes on the sidelines? And how can you go on long drives that eat up a big chunk of the clock and you end up getting touchdowns in our field goals. And when you look at the construction of the Cleveland Browns roster It's built off on the offensive side of the ball may be the best offensive line in football. From left tackle to right tackle and you have not only one, but two really damn good running backs in Nick Chubb and also Kareem Hunt. So you have the ability To really.

Patrick Mahomes Kareem Hunt Nick Chubb Lamar Jackson J K Dobbins Cleveland Browns Myles Garrett Buffalo 12.1% Dallas Cowboys Kansas City Ravens 70.7% 5.2% Browns J. K. Dobbins Super Bowl 70 58 minutes Bills
"58 minutes" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:03 min | Last month

"58 minutes" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Well, that's what everybody does in town that is involved in covering the Broncos and sports. But if they win, 96 You know, we'll sit back and probably kill the offense, Kilpatrick Shermer, But the reality is in this league. You're judged and how many games you win and how many games you lose period, especially going on the road. Going back to the East Coast. Win nine at six. Take the W any way you can get it. You only play 17 games. This will be my fifth year calling games with you, David. And as you know, I'm excited every year, but This is the most optimistic I felt sure going into a season. I think this is their best roster that they've had. They think so, too. They do. I feel like, um We're going to get the best quarterback play we've had since I've been calling games with you, which is going back. Two right after the Super Bowl year. Right after Peyton Manning left, and I think a lot of people feel that way. So, man, I'm pumped. I am ready, and they have three winnable games coming up. I don't know if you notice the line moved on this game The Broncos went up to like 2.5, right by 2.5. So they went from 1.5 to 2.5. So the people that, uh, set the line And the people that are throwing money down there throwing money on the Broncos. And I feel I feel like we're going to get a good showing Sunday in New York. Vic Fangio, by the way, sponsored by a mere star casino resource. PA Blackhawk, You earn my choice rewards every time you play in the casino or bet at the bar Stool Sports book. Or the new bar stool app. So we think Vic Fangio for coming on Teddy Bridgewater here at 11 06. Even if, say, Kwan Barkley is able to play And I talked with a friend of mine back there that covers the Giants over the weekend. He still thinks It's up in the air. Barkley is really pushing to play. And so they're trying to. In his words, they're trying to balance out. His desire to play, but I haven't been around any good players that don't want to play and them doing the right thing for him and the long term success to the franchise, but they're in a little bit of a similar situation. In New York. I mean, their fan base is really frustrated, and I feel like, you know, they've got to be a much better team this year. And so this you know we were talking, uh, was it yesterday Sunday? And this is they view this game is just an absolute critical game, even those one game And even though it's the first game of the season, the Giants are looking at the Broncos in a similar way than the that the Broncos are looking at the Giants a winnable game. Even if Barkley plays he's going to be on a snap count. I I can't imagine he's gonna get a lot of snaps out there coming back from a torn A C L. So I I don't think he'll be much of a factor in the game because I don't think he's going to get a chance to play much. They've got some injury issues going into Game one already. Their top corner. Adoree Jackson is hurt their number one draft pick the wide receiver that they were really thought was going to be a player. They traded up to get this guy. He's probably not going to play. So going into into week one. They've got some issues already. I feel pretty good about the Broncos chances this week. By the way, the Broncos did name captains for the year. That's A bit unusual. Vic had not done that the previous two years. Teddy Bridgewater, von Miller, Kareem Jackson, Brandon McManus and Courtland Sutton. Okay? I did say Justin Simmons, right? Yes. Okay. Is it interesting that McManus is is a captain or do you always have someone on special teams and since he's been around forever? He's a guy in for a while. Yes. Yeah, he's he's been a captain before. Uh And I mean, listen, is as much as I crack on kickers. Um They? They are valuable components of successful teams, right. You better have one of those guys that when you're when you're out there for 58 minutes, and you've got blood and sweat and snot all over you and broken bones, and you line up for a 48 yard field goal than windy conditions somewhere. And you're thinking, Dude, you better make this. You better have one of those guys that has ice in his veins and is confident to go out there and make the kick. I I still think Brandon McManus is one of the game's best kickers, especially in the clutch. I mean, as you come through every single time, No, but no kicker has But I would put my money on Brandon McManus in that situation, a 48 yarder in windy conditions down to on the road. And all you can do is every down players stand over there on the sideline and hope and look and say, Man, Please make this Yeah, I like I like their chances with him, too. He's been really clutch. On was particularly long field goals to win games. I mean, there's not I can't think of a kicker in the league. That's better than M. He's right up there with the top kickers in the league. Broncos got a lot going for him going into this football season. It's going to come down to the quarterback play. We're gonna have Teddy Bridgewater on later. This will be the first time he's been on the show. I think we Now you've interviewed him a couple times already day for for for pre preseason games, but I don't think we've had him on the show. We're looking forward to get to know him a little bit. People say great things about him. As a as like I as a human as a guy. Yeah, so as a leader on the team..

Justin Simmons Kareem Jackson Adoree Jackson Vic Fangio Brandon McManus David Kwan Barkley Kilpatrick Shermer Barkley 58 minutes Courtland Sutton Teddy 17 games New York Teddy Bridgewater Super Bowl von Miller Peyton Manning 48 yard McManus
"58 minutes" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"58 minutes" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Which is amazing that New York magazine would. Yes. Okay, Princess of policy and and those of you who are hearing Diana for the first time you will agree. She is America's Princess of policy, Diana me. Thank you so much, and we will catch you later in the week. Thank you. Thank you, Jean. WNBC talk radio 77. We will be back. We have your phone calls. We're going to do rapid phones when we get back, So please be ready. There are two other things I have to just briefly touch on. Nancy Pelosi's deal to get this $4 trillion welfare spending bill that the Democrats want Looked like it was going to be Installed Now it looks closer than ever. That's number one. Number two Bill Kristol. Conservative end quote Bill Kristol has endorsed Terry McAuliffe. The Clinton Wow. I want to be nice and not say Hackett. I'm not going to use that word. But the Clinton wingman. Bill Kristol. Has endorsed Terry McAuliffe, who wants to He hasn't done enough to Virginia. He wants to do more WNBC Talk radio 77 crown jewel of American Radio. This is James Golden AK Snow early and we Coming back right after this. Don't you dare go away. W, ABC traffic and transit Big Jam up on Santa Goes Parkway. There's an accident. Southbound red around the road. It's put out there for a long time. It's causing big delays in both directions. We're looking at a 58 minute ride he spent on the L I e the BQE. After the cross.

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"58 minutes" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

07:36 min | 2 months ago

"58 minutes" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Oh, Update. I believe John setting will be here momentarily, and I'm excited about that. I hope you are too. Hey, you start Any trouble, 58 minutes and 49 seconds. That is how long Chicago Tom has been waiting to talk to us, Tom. Thanks for hanging in there, man. What's up? No problem General got, uh, could be back on. Yeah, happy. Thanks, man, and I hope can get them soon. Hope he's a shipper and wide eyed. We will find out I'll take one of those two. Yeah. Yeah. So, uh, on the trap. Love the place where I wish the dinosaur thinking hadn't prevailed when they redid the soldier field. They should have domed it. My opinion. Yeah. Uh, yeah, not a popular pinning up there. But no, no, they don't want their their hallowed ground mess with but when it comes to weather Uh, you know, you got to protect yourself from it. Especially down here in sunny F l A. Oh, for sure. Yeah, it's a great experience cooked out at a couple times watching the box and Yeah, we appreciate it. So now. Yeah. You got to get that demographics into the thirties twenties and 30 younger kids, So here's my idea. Let me hear it. Here's my idea. So Make it a couple times a month. You do an adult day. Start our afternoon and 21 over and you get some of the A list Females and our hunks males for the ladies. Come and serve beer walk to be concessions. Do whatever may be doing something. Stretch thing Do kiss Cam, whatever. And just mix it up a little bit justified. MLB may not like that, but, yeah, You're not gonna get that one past the the MLB powers that be, but it is a fantastic idea of my dude. Thanks for hanging in there, man. Hope you have a great week. Take it easy. You do the same. Wow. Wow. Oh, wow. Look at you. Just look at you. How are you doing? Do I do I Does it. Look that rough? No, No, I'm just happy to see. Oh, good. Good. Good. I thought that was no. I mean, look at you know, I mean, it means I get to look at you. Do I have that LaPierre glow about me? You definitely have the LaPierre glow like dude, You saw Uncle Cracker on Saturday. Sound rough in my own ear. Oh, I definitely saw Uncle Cracker. How is that? It was awesome. It was. It was an amazing weekend. It really was. It was, uh, Take me through it, okay? Feel like I'm such a whirlwind right now. Yeah, I know. Uh so How you doing, man? I'm good. It's good to see you. Good to see you, too. Yeah. I feel like I was just dropped here from spaceship. You were, uh so Yeah. So we had an awesome time Will. The early mornings are? I don't know how anybody does them because I've now done too, although they were based around fun Friday morning. The alarm was set for four a.m., which is insane to me grow, so we we got up. We flew out of Sarasota and we had a layover in Charlotte. It was three hours long Hub, which which was okay, I guess we we ate some food and all that Friday we spent in Detroit, which Was amazing. I know. I said you some pictures. I posted some pictures. We stayed down at the Greektown Casino walked around dunk gambling a little bit. I think I think by the end of it was $72 that I went, but it was It was over a period of time. I would throw a few bucks in the in the slot machine. We had one I don't know what you would call it sequence where I thought things were going really good. Where was probably $50 in this buffalo. I felt drawn to this buffalo, uh, slot machine that kept this very entertained for hours on end where it was like. Oh, you're winning. Get the bonus games. Those bonus games will get you. I don't think I'm I don't think I'm betting enough, though. Is that what it is? That gonna go, Max bet? Yeah, See, I'll put in 50 and then bet The minimum bet every time. No. But once the numbers start going up or flashing, and the noises start happening, Yeah, I'm completely sucked in some Max. Bet you gotta go, Max bet, Uh, Friday night. We, uh we were we were so four was when it started. We were up very late into the wee hours in Detroit. Uh, at the casino and things like that, and Saturday was, you know the big day went back to my hometown got out there earlier. Your house? Yeah. Did you? Did you see that? How weird. Is that? So cool? Yeah. So we got out there kind of early and we drove by my where my grandpa was buried at the cemetery and Did that drove by the old house, and then you know, segued into the evening Where LaPierre days and an uncle cracker. They think that might have been the biggest LaPierre days. Crowd of all time, like I know that it's hard to imagine that a heavy hitter like Uncle Cracker to bring the bring the fans like that. But there was I've never seen anything like it. Haven't gone there my whole life. Uh, it was It was absolutely insane. The amount of people that were down there the crowd shot that you took. It did look like there were a hell of a lot of people. Yeah, it was crazy. You know, Cracker. He's Yeah. It's It's sentimental, You know, it's it's more about What used to be. That is now but he came out and he played some of the hits and we sang along and had a good time And it was great to, uh it was great to be back in my hometown. I feel Like It's nice to, you know, tap into that, too. That youthful feeling, Uh, every time I go back there, it's as weird as it as it is The one thing that's bizarre, though. Yeah. So Michigan legalized recreational weed. Okay, So my little small town that barely had anything in it has about 15 dispensaries. Now in each one is stand alone. Disney World Just like nothing you've ever seen all these old buildings that used to be pizza places and the Sears and the parties. You know, the corner store. They're all dispensaries now. Oh, man. Yeah, it is, Uh, it's something it's something to be holding his business booming where they all like busy or is it over saturation? It seems like it. It seems like they're holding up in the it might. You know, the town where I used to live. Seems like it's kind of coming back. So it was good to, uh I don't know. I don't know the long term benefits or downside of having that, but you know many weed stores in your town, but It's bizarre to to go back there and see it. See it like that. So you sent me a picture? Uh, where you said this place right? Here is a lump your days legend and there are some sausages and what is what is that? So this mostly this guy does Northern Michigan festivals and fairs and things like that, But it's by you, Billy is the name of it, and it's this Cajun. Cajun man, literally beard down to his chest, Huge white beard and he slays that he serves up the sampler platters that are steak and sausage and chicken. He's got homemade hot sauce right there, Uh, slathers cheese all over it. So that's uh yeah, that is, uh, that's that was a real treat. Pre cracker, You know, you gotta build a base. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah. You gotta give yourself a little Yeah. Um, something happened that I've been waiting to tell. You know, it's funny, and it would have lost in translation, uh, trying to convey it to you via text. So, uh, Saturday night We saw Mike. She chickens out. We had to convince her to come out. She came out. We drank in the galley forever and then we staggered over to copper Shaker. And, uh, we're sitting in the one of those booths at copper shaker, and she introduces me to a friend of hers, and he and his wife was sitting with us..

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"58 minutes" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:53 min | 3 months ago

"58 minutes" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"You're an aga texting in Wembley Stadium for those who are interested is about a 58 minute drive from Wimbledon. Uh, if you want to drive through nodding Hill, though it takes about an hour and eight minutes, So if Djokovic makes quick work of Barry Teeny today, Amber It is possible. That somebody could go from Wimbledon all the way to Wembley and catch the euro final between Italy and England this afternoon at three o'clock. I don't know what I guess It does have a nine o'clock over there they six hours had Don't ask me to do fast math on the radio. But here's my question What you wear as a guest and a spectator at Wimbledon, I think is a very different outfit than what you wear to Wembley Stadium with 65,000 fans that fair to have to change. You'd have to change in the card, right? You certainly would. Because you're going from upscale and, um, high fashion. I feel like but comfortable, right? A balance of both. And then you you you to put on a jersey I think you'd have to. You have to change that you fit in. At the euro. I wouldn't imagine people are really doing this because you'd be taking a chance that you're going to make it on time. So I don't know what you'd bother to buy. I imagine that's a hefty ticket, so you bother to buy tickets to both. I mean, maybe it's something that people do. I think that they're probably more likely to go from Wimbledon to the pub and get the drinking going early. Waiting for the euros just or straight, Pop pop pop pop pop straight to Wembley, which you know that all 65,000 fans are doing exactly that. Conor. Take it away. Think it's Mikey. Rapid fire water cooler. I mean, Mikey, am I am I throwing you off. I feel like that's twice Now. I have been on the job. Am I being too abrupt? Probably? Yeah. Okay, Connor Now.

Djokovic Wembley Stadium Wembley 65,000 fans nine o'clock six hours Mikey Connor today twice both Barry Teeny England Italy Conor Amber about an hour and eight minute Wimbledon 58 minute this afternoon at three o'cloc
"58 minutes" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:44 min | 4 months ago

"58 minutes" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Scott Inez with the Orlando's Morning news. Let's tackle a couple of stories with NBC News Radio's Rory O Neill, Rory, first off an 11th victim discovered Late last night in Surfside, All 11 have been identified 150. People now still unaccounted for here, where you are into the sixth day of the search and rescue and And things are dire to say the least in Surfside right now, Rory Yeah. Good morning. It is still technically considered a rescue operation. They say there are many factors that have to be considered before switching over to of only recovery mission. I think one of the more interesting things yesterday was Miami Herald getting ahold of some photographs from a pool contractor who took some pics underneath that third floor pool deck that showed a lot of serious deterioration, some poorly maintained materials and some standing water all pretty bad signs. Now. We don't know if that pool debt was responsible for the building. Laps. But a lot of engineers who looked at that video have pointed the pool deck as perhaps the reason All of this began. You know, I was saying earlier how the families of the lost loved ones right now very frustrated how slowly the operation is taking and the story that that Ed thorns just pointed out to me, kind of underlines how difficult this search and rescue is. I mean, they're really operating House of cards because a rescue worker fell some 25 ft the other day during this rescue. They're not giving a condition of the rescue worker. But this is an example of how complex this operation is worried because Every time there's an action on a pile like that there's going to be some kind of reaction. Right? And actually, the rescue worker fell in front of dozens of family members who have been brought out to the site at that time, so they really got an appreciation for just how much these Urban rescue teams are putting on the line to try to find their loved one. Alright, Um let's shift gears and talk about some sonic booms. We may hear them this afternoon SpaceX targeting another launch today. Tell us about it. Yeah, So it's Transporter two is the mission. Essentially this SpaceX Falcon nine Rocket is a ups truck. It's got about 88 different satellites on board for customers all around the world. So it's going to deploy all these satellites. But in one of the rare instances that Falcon nine will land back at the Cape again, so lift off and set for 2 56. It's a 58 minutes launch window. About eight minutes later, you could hear some sonic booms as that stage one comes back down for we use in the future. And if the ups truck does go up will carry it. Live here on Wdbo. Rory. Thanks. We'll talk to you tomorrow, right? Thanks. Scott, NBC News Radio's Rory O Neill, 6 43 now at Wdbo, Let's get your five day brought to you by pro tech air conditioning and plumbing services meteorologist Brian Shields. It will be more active the next few days, a better chance of rain and storms back in our forecast at 50% chance of the scattered showers and storms today, a few could be strong highs in the upper eighties. Tonight some early showers and storms then partly cloudy temperatures down in the mid seventies. Tomorrow and Thursday. The rain chance even higher. It will favor the afternoon. 60% chance of some wet weather Wednesday and Thursday highs near 90 Friday of 50% chance of the scattered storms in a classic summertime weekend for the fourth of July, Saturday and Sunday Sunday being the fourth some afternoon storms again around about 40 to 50% chance highs this weekend. In the low nineties from Channel nine Eyewitness news. I mean, I'll just Brian she currently I'm looking at 77 degrees in Longwood 77 at Orlando's severe Weather station. Safe touch security, triple team traffic..

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"58 minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:16 min | 5 months ago

"58 minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"$25. He statement registration and direct deposit to open Overdraft and return fees. They applied 7 43 real time traffic. Here's Armand Shea in for Chris. Nothing. We don't have any. Rex reported this morning. I drive times there on the high side this morning ever to build you 45 minutes every two Seattle 45 minutes 55 minutes Federal way to Bellevue 58 minutes. Now we just got a new time on that and 52 minutes and federal way to Seattle. It's gotten awfully slow between federal way. Had kept avoids road heavy approaching cell center and also coming to downtown Seattle. It's getting slightly better as you come up from about the Michigan curve now and the bridge time the floating bridge time. That's the only thing that staying pretty good. We're pretty close to speed limit on the bridge is now on the Valley Freeway. We are slow is well there. But most of that is now an Auburn where we're losing about 10 extra minutes and The Olympia to Tacoma drivers suffered from some glare all morning. That's got to be close to 50 minutes now coming up to the joint base, and that's it least 10 minutes slower than we usually see this time of the morning. I'm already a real time traffic on the three side, Harmon shake. The temperature has started its long march to 84 degrees right now or it's 62 coming up. We remember how Marshawn Lynch dealt with mandatory press appearances. Well, we're gonna talk about the top tennis star who decided on something more drastic. G. Scott will join us next on Cairo radio. There's a lot to deal with. When you're recovering from serious accident, hospital bills, Insurance adjusters doctor's appointments, even just getting around can be difficult. The search for a lawyer shouldn't be tough. Over the past 15 years, Chris Davis Davis Law group has provided Washington residents with over 100,000 free copies of the Washington accident books. Attorney Chris Davis has written another great book, The Smart Consumer's Guide, Toe hiring a great lawyer. It's packed with information to help you evaluate and compare attorneys and de mystify the hiring process so you can find the real heavy hitters in avoid those settlement mill law firms. You know, the ones that take on a high volume of clients have less experience resulting in discounted settlements. Bottom line. You need a high level of personal attention, and your lawyer's performance can impact your.

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"58 minutes" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:41 min | 5 months ago

"58 minutes" Discussed on WTOP

"It's not happening for civilians yet, but all you have to do is wait a couple of years in the mid nineties, the Air Force retired the S R 71 blackbird. It could fly in from l A to D, C and 58 minutes, the CIA owned the sister called the 8 12. The fastest plane for civilians was the Concorde Top speed New York to London just under three hours Now, NASA's working with area and aircraft manufacturer on the A s three. Projected to make that London to New York trip in one hour. It's being billed as the world's first sustainable supersonic jet company says they're too big advantages. It'll use synthetic fuel, and there's no sonic boom. J. J green wt Opinions about 35% of the Air Force's facilities are in poor or failing condition. The service says. It's going to start turning that around. Let's go to federal news networks Scott Mosconi almost every base is a story of some part of a building being held together by duct tape or doors. That are about to fall off. The air Force has a more than $30 billion building maintenance backlog. Starting in 2022, the service says it's going to start investing more in its facilities. The plan is to increase the budget by 2% of the replacement cost of buildings and then continually raise that budget by a billion dollars a year. Meanwhile, the service is going to divest and obsolete facilities and get rid of the ones that are beyond hope. Scott Mosconi. Federal news Network Up next in money news, the closer we get to the close Hillary, the bigger the gains coming up just how much of gas prices climbed. I'm Christopher Cruise. All right, It's 2 54 P. A. I Medical Virginia can grow your hair back with the latest technology for hair transplants and treatments, the technology doctors have used for years to restore damaged cells..

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"58 minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:56 min | 5 months ago

"58 minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

"News journalist Peter Greenberg. This week's episode of Ion Travel is sponsored by Lindsay s. And now the man who travels over 400,000 miles each year, Peter Greenberg. Welcome back to eye on travel for this May 22nd weekend 2021 Hope you have a great time wherever you are. If you're just joining us, let me tell you where we are. Get out Those masks, boys and girls 40 degrees 46 minutes north. 73 degrees 58 minutes west. We're coming to you from our bunker right here in New York City, but always accessible to you. Just email me to Peter and Peter Greenberg dot com. With your name phone number. Question of problem will solve right here on the air. We'll do that throughout the show. It's always interesting to me how much we don't understand about one segment of travel in which so many people are affected, either directly or indirectly, and you could call it handicapped travel. You call it disabled travel, You could call it people have a challenge traveling, but the point is About 19% of the American public has a disability of one form or another. It could be hearing sight impairment, mobility issues, you name it, but the point is, are there needs being addressed and they vote with their wallets to they spend a huge amount of money traveling on there's so many things that could be done. That is so common sensical. It just bothers me. Every time I see somebody struggling and something that should never be struggling about having to get through an airport or check into a hotel or in many cases, get off a cruise ship. It's a little too Also my my go to guy for this John Sage. He's the CEO and founder of stage traveling. He's a basically He's a disabled traveling cruise expert. For another reason. John is also in a wheelchair, which he can explain as well. So he's an expert from personal experience, and his clients are experts from personal experience. Now comes the challenge of how we make it better. John. Welcome to the show. So you know the statistics. You know that better than anybody else. Let me give you a couple of for instances. As we're, you know, we're seeing Europe opening up, and I'm gonna start with the cruise lines. Yeah, Bakley when they passed the Americans with Disabilities Act, which was very well intentioned, and I must say Cruise lines complied to a certain extent and to a measurable extent to wrapping things to making things physically accessible. To making cabins the doorways wider to accommodate for wheelchairs or to make sure there wasn't sort of Ah, threshold in a wheelchair couldn't get over to adjust the height of the sinks in the bathrooms that a wheelchair could actually get under it. All Those things were great, but here's the part that drives me nuts. They may have made the ship's accessible. What about the ports? How many times have you gotten off a cruise ship in a European port? I'm just going to say Europe is an example to see that there's nothing but steps there no ramps, huge steps and with 19% of the public having a disability issue. You would think from Justin economic perspective, not just about doing the right thing perspective, they would fix that. What's been your experience? Yeah, accessible travel is is challenging, particularly in some of the more desirable destinations that Include his historic city centers that go back hundreds or thousands of years. And so you encountered cobblestones and hills and on steps and narrow bathrooms and all these things that do make it a challenge. Um, And that's really where we got our story started has been my twenties. Traveling around Europe. It's hobby and ultimately ended up founding stage, traveling to it to address that need the cruise lines. I think you're right. They've made a lot of progress on their ships. You go into a role in shower on the cruise ship, and it's it's better than a lot of hotel Roland showers. There still is the challenge with accessible shore excursions. On bears various reasons for that. I will say we have had some success and helping them offer more accessible short skirt and so the things are moving in the right direction. That's the good news. All right, But you know you I'll be devil's advocate here. If I'm gonna be visiting an older medieval village in Europe that's got cobblestone streets. Those streets. The reason why you're visiting. It is to also see those cobblestone streets and to experience them. So how do you adjust? How do you pivot for people who have a mobility issue? Yeah, And this is the challenge is exactly you don't want to hear a terrible all the cobblestones in Florence. It would lose some of his term We have seen one of the nice things is in some Northern Europe, European countries. Have a lot of biking like Denmark and Netherlands in places like that. They will have one page section and they'll leave the rest of the cobblestones in S O. That's one strategy. We also you know, some streets or maybe paved in summer cobblestones. And so if we're gonna lead a tour We'll stick to the paved section as much as we can. We'll still may be dipping onto the cobblestones toe to see something worthwhile, so it's it does take a bit of focus and expertise, toe really navigate it well. And then my other pet peeve. And, by the way, this applies to even new airports or new terminals are being built or, you know, basically restored terminals or renovated terminals. I'm convinced that the people who build airports have never flown and I'm also convinced that the people who build airports have never sat where you sit. You know, they don't understand the dynamics in the physics. Of basically navigating through a terminal. In a wheelchair or in a wheelchair. They put in carpeting. And here's what we know, John. You may laugh about this. But the reason why I know it is because they put in carpeting that makes it even difficult for me to move my bag across the carpeting, and I got four wheels on the bag. Um, what could I mean? What does that mean? For somebody in a wheelchair going through a very thick, uh, almost a restricted carpet. Is not a pleasant experience. No, it's not And and some people don't think about carpet whether it's in a new airport terminal, Laurie in a hotel or wherever and you know airports. Many of them are very big thing. Include some long distances. They A lot of times they do have courtesy cards to help people that need help getting to the to the gate. And they do have well say airports do a better than average job of providing additional assistance for four people. Um, but it's not just the airport. The real challenge A Zafar, as I'm concerned with the flying is I get to the gate and then I transferred to this small little I'll chair and they bring me to my seat. Um, now, generally, if it's domestic flight, I will sit in that seat the whole time. If it's an international flight, they'll bring a small I'll cheer to take me to the bathroom, which is very small and not very easy to maneuver. And so those air some of the challenges out there that prevent disabled people from traveling more. I agree, and you know I have a solution for this, and it's not a difficult solution, and it's not one that competing companies have to worry about about anybody having a competitive disadvantage. They would all have a competitive advantage. If all the cruise line's got together Had a press conference and say, You know what? We all sail to the following 10 ports, and they're not accessible to many of our guests so effective immediately. We're not going to sail to the sports until they are accessible. How fast they have stonemasons in those harbors, basically wrapping everything and making everything accessible. In a heartbeat. You're absolutely right. And on some of these smaller Caribbean islands, there's zero accessible vans on the whole island. That would be a unease. E thing also say, Hey, we're not. We're gonna skip your port next season unless somebody Eyes and accessible Van. It's a major we're talking to. John saves the CEO and founder of Sage traveling someone who knows from experience because.

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"58 minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:06 min | 5 months ago

"58 minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Yes, there's I think there's actually a fairly long line of people. Sure he's got the categories that are going to be up for debate. I know you have those, so we'll be spending the magic wheel. Germany, where it lands and then we'll do that. Plus also coming up in just a bit Ellen. Too generous. She steps away after 19 years, and she says, You know, she's figures out who to blame the bad publicity on And then just to dump some more negativity on her. Sherry has a story. So about Ellen, um, so but first check with traffic and Tracy Taylor on a Friday. Here we go. Definitely heavy out there. We've got a couple of problems to lane still blocked on north and I thought it was you approach. 5 24 this crashing a big a lineup for drivers right now surrounding the Michigan curving into the downtown corridor. Backups continuing north on five through shoreline once again as we leave the Boeing Freeway all the way up to stare up 5 to 8 Mary's ville. So making that travel time from Seattle to Everett and about 58 minutes, drivers or bumper to bumper on south of the five from North K through the downtown corridor. We had an earlier stall. Still there, it's still blocking at one 45th again. That's in shoreline. The wreck on the side some 25 year 3 20 if that's a distraction. Driver's gonna run into it Sounds like a crashes reported blocking at Rainier Avenue south. This is between Walden and MLK Jr way Traffic is a little slow through that area. Speaking of slow the East Side drive is really, really slow. We're gonna have more on that coming up here in 10 minutes. Traffic brought to you by Agra Shop visit Keith and Darren Jones and Agra shopping hardware. It's one of the oldest steel dealers in the Northwest. Get a battery powered steel outdoor power equipment. Agra shop Ace Hardware. It's located in Auburn and Tacoma. Cairo. Radio. Real time traffic. I'm treated me me, me, me, me, but also you the payroll fast forward, his favorite born film that the powdered doughnut Okay, What's my line? Three Only line I see here on the script is get options based on your budget with the name your price tool from progressive. Man. That's a tongue twister, huh? I'm sorry. I'm gonna need a few more minutes. Bull. This swell risk The bulbous world risk the name your price tool only from progressive. The hour and afoul of the comatose coxswain Chris Casualty insurance Company Pavilion, special coverage much like domestic law..

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"58 minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:56 min | 9 months ago

"58 minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"A pleasure to be here on the anniversary show. This is a pretty nice to see everybody back in the studio it by my lonesome here for pretty much the last year. Keeping a bug brah is fresh Friday's Did you do something to your hair? Yeah, I did. Let's get the fresh Friday, so actually put a little product in the hair. I wanted to try toe. Keep up with the Joneses here. Have you ever had a Jeri curl selling? No, I have. Not though. I have you sold glow before. No good, huh? I'll give you e could see it. OK? No, no, I used to have TV hair back and I think what? When Ursula hired me, I think I might have had the TV hair kind of folded over and like, very crappy, very, very prevalent. Yeah, I'm just short hair because it's easy to manage and most days I don't put product in it, but I did for the anniversary ship. Okay, So let's talk about this. We've talked about Zero traffic deaths, which, of course you hear that, you say that's just not ever going to be possible. But where are we now? In terms of that goal? Well, I mean, it's a laudable goal. I mean, nobody wants to have any bicyclist or pedestrian hit or anything like that. On the Seattle streets and by 2030 is the goal to try to have that reduced to zero to try to keep that from from from happening. I mean, that's why you've seen the city over the last decade. Install those protected bike lanes installed the different things. They've done it intersections where the pedestrians get a few second head start before the lights change for the cars. But, yeah, I don't know what happened even during the pandemic. We've had the most fatalities in the Seattle roads since 2013 in a year when there were so few cars on the road, so it's really interesting to try to figure out why. Why would be 24 people were killed. On the sea out Seattle streets last year 13 pedestrians out of that number, and it's odd, considering that there was such little traffic to have such a high number. And now how much is traffic down? Still to this day because yesterday I was driving back from Milton and I gotta say it did not feel like it was a pandemic because it felt pretty normal boy drove in this morning, and it felt pretty normal. Thank you to the state trooper that let me go in that car pool lane. Some things never change. Yeah. Just keeping the buck right now. My goodness. So traffic e. I mean, we're still down. 60 Eve 50%, depending on the time of day certain routes didn't go down quite a much like 167 didn't dip is much as say, is I five Did I 90 and 55 20 is still off like 80% cause nobody needs to pay a toll if they got 90. To use so it's coming back. I mean, we've kind of plateaus since about September ish with just a slight, you know, slight, gradual growth there, But, yeah, I mean, some days. I mean the major traffic routes. I mean, coming into the city. You're going to see the slowing used to, but it's just nothing like it was You know, pre pandemic where you would see us, You know, an hour drive from federal way to Seattle was normal today. I'm upset if it's 40 minutes because that shows you there's traffic of about 58 minutes there that shouldn't be there, but it's coming back. It's coming back in the city. I don't have an actual number of how far it's down in the city. But I know I've driven around Seattle and I don't see as many cars for sure. So it's it's all that we have this number. So what if what if, when the West Seattle Bridge comes back right, like that that traffic doesn't merge onto the freeway. So is that kind of the fact that the West Seattle bridges of being used as that help a little bit with I five traffic that's actually made by five a little worse in spots because now the way to get out of West Seattle, you have to go to the south and come around and paid. Maybe pop back on. At 5, 18 and South Center or maybe pop on around Boeing Field. And so there's a little bit more traffic going in from before the West Seattle Bridge on In fact, that's one of the first things I noticed when the bridge went down was okay. This is how people are moving now because they can't use the lower Spokane Street bridge. So it'll be interesting guy. Hopefully they can get that thing done. But I don't want to go back to Division zero for a minute because I tweeted that I was going to say something controversial on your show because it's the anniversary show..

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"58 minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"58 minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"We're going to have to vote like we've never voted before. Biden talking to a plumber's union. Chuck's Iverson, ABC News Now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Creek Fire is seeing slight growth of an additional 2000 acres as it burns for the 35th day. According to Cal Fire crews held containment at 49% of the fire grows to more than 333,000 Acres. The ZOG fire in Shasta County, now 95% contained more than 56,000 acres. And Cal Fire is investigating reports of unauthorized backfires lit by private firefighters to protect property from the glass fire. Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg is pushing for all low rise buildings in the city to be electric by 2023. This applies to building three stories or less, and they must have at least one electric vehicle charger. The measure could go before the City Council by next March. That's the news. I'm Phil Farrar. Sacramento traffic goody veined Up in the Sierra westbound Edie will be reduced to one lane for the Dead Slope stabilization project at Ferid long term closures of the favorite on and off ramps expected during the construction, they hope to be done by late next summer. Eastbound 80 from five to the cab city. Merge will take you seven minutes with no delays. Westbound 80 from the cap City Die 58 minutes. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Steve Herrera News 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather. Mostly cloudy for the rest of the afternoon. The high 75 to 79 patchy clouds tonight.

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"58 minutes" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"58 minutes" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Problem in like 58 minutes with commercials. Yeah, but they believe the act. That's great. Okay, So what's the story tonight? What's that? What we see on Dateline tonight? Tonight is the story of AH 31 year old single mother in Monrovia, a woman who was a choose an auditor for the county Department of Health, and she also ran a clothing boutique. Get a lot going on in her life. And, Ah, she suddenly disappeared and nobody could figure out what happened are then, of course, the turned out the worst was true. And she had, you know, she split up with the kid's father a couple of years earlier, but they were co parenting. And she was dating other guys and some of these guys, Facebook page and what they don't have any names, but she would say, Oh, this guy's a wonderful guy so interested in him and figure out who that watch. So there were these. There were there were multiple. It's not suspect. There were definitely people in her life of the police wanted to identify and figure out what was going on. And On that they finally did both Monrovia police first and then later L. A County sheriffs, But it's a It's a pretty good story of how they got from her missing to the finish line. I can't wait. So it's tonight at 10 o'clock right on channel form. Could be a little gentle for I'll be there, man. I really appreciate coming on and we get a lot of radio and TV doesn't promote this, but we'll keep talking about it. I'm always here for you guys. Thank you so much. Thank you, sir. All right. There he goes. Josh Mankowitz With Dateline NBC premieres tonight at 10 P.m. Hashtag Dateline things wrong with that Dateline, right. Think on that mat, please. It's allowed. Thank you. I rely on my morning. Firefighters air still putting out hot spots in the Angeles National Forest in the wildfire that's now been burning almost five weeks the virus burned about 115,000 acres. It's 90%.

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"58 minutes" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"58 minutes" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Chase for the title continues in the bubble history is on the line facing elimination. The defending champs Force a game seven that loose on the crows over one on one of the other end, Paul versus large, How shoots in the contact. They went in. They went in, and it's a possible three point play. The Clippers look to put the Nuggets on the brink. Serena rallies again, you know, keep fighting, and that's one thing I'm secret side about is I never give up. Steve Nash addressed the elephant in the room. I haven't grind it out as an assistant like me. People's path. But there's a precedent for players who doesn't want madness in March. Wait till you hear A C C coaches proposed. Don't don't win. The NFL is back tonight. The grandest stage is set for the return to football. It's very exciting to be the first game of the year. Thiss is SportsCenter all night. His adrenals tale of two games in the MBA. Wednesday Sports General Night ESPN Radio that ESPN AB Serious Access Channel. 81 game. When 58 minutes. The other wire the wire win 15 to shoot for the claw finds George catch and shoot off the screen. A three balled his pure from the four side corner PG 13 with back to back threes, and the Clippers have their largest lead of the night. It's a 19 point advantage for l a 86 to 67 with 7 15 to go in the fourth quarter. Leonard States with gets the steal, steal number four for the claw. He goes right to left. Takes it all the way and lays it in with the right hand defense toe offense. Kaleil letters got 28 the Clippers knock it out of bounds as they lead 88 69 5 39 to go in the fourth quarter. Lettered with 28 points, nine rebounds, seven assists. Two blocks. Four steals..

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"58 minutes" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"58 minutes" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Greetings, greetings and welcome to tropical rhythms. I'm the host of our pee. And for the next hour and 50 Let's call it 58 minutes. Gay music reggae music here on your listeners sponsored volunteer powered community radio station. W O rt in 9.9 FM in Madison. Podcasting throughout south central Wisconsin, end along the Cheddar Curtain streaming worldwide on rt f m dot org. For our international audience bear with us for just a moment while we update the South central Wisconsin Broadcasting area with the local weather. This.

"58 minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"58 minutes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Good luck from news, 93.1 Kfbk. And I heart radio Station News, 93.1 Kfbk at 8 30 We'd like to welcome you to the program. I'm Sam Shane and I'm Eileen Joran for Kristina Madan said this morning on Thursday, August 6, then here's what's trending. Now, a big year why farmers and ranchers who grow one crop say they're enjoying a record setting harvest. It's not just President Trump in the Republicans why California Attorney General Javier but Sarah is also critical of Facebook. That and more straight ahead out to the roads we go to check in with Bob Williams looks not too bad at all. Sam the support by United we state California dot com Coming on south on 65 he's found 80. Still, reports of a gas can in the length on your 80 westbound committee that a Roseville eight minutes Douglas to split caps. The freeway split to Highway 58 minutes. Also, North found five. No problems this morning. Still 11 minutes l grow Boulevard to 50 North found 99 11 minutes as well, little slowing on the 50 transition ramps. Westbound 50 18 minutes from Folsom Boulevard. Try five stuff out 5 17 minutes out of Woodland to downtown. And finally, it's the day was run 13 minutes on 80 50 and five gets you downtown. America's taste buds have spoken, and they called out for steak. Visit United we state California dot com for beef offers recipes and chance to win a trigger grill. No purchase necessary See sweepstakes rules for restrictions and details. Get grilling America United. We stake traffic on the tens every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Bob Williams News 93.1 Kfbk. Double low clouds of hanging across the valley. Thanks to that onshore breeze. They'll dissipate and give us a lot of sunshine again for today, and it'll still stay below average with our temperatures this afternoon, with highs ranging the upper.

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"58 minutes" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"58 minutes" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"The following program is pre recorded. Greetings, greetings and welcome to tropical rhythms. I'm host fr P and for the next hour and 58 minutes reggae music. Reagan music here on your listener sponsored volunteer powered community radio station W. O. R T 89.9 FM in Madison..