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"82 mile" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:00 min | 11 months ago

"82 mile" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The mosque. Nissan Traffic Center Will the roads are starting to deteriorate because of the weather from Elsa getting closer to the Tampa Bay area, So stay off the roads. If you can be prepared to see the sunshine Skyway Bridge closed once it hits 40 MPH up there, so I 75 is really your only alternate stay away from the Bay Area Bridges stick to the high roads. And stay off the roads. If you can keep in mind, Tampa International Airport is shut down until tomorrow. Page Correra NewsRadio wofl like No, No. The latest Operation Storm Watch Update from news radio. W F L A Brought to you by New South Window Solutions Hurricane Warning along the coast from the mouth of Tampa Bay, going north, everything from Pinellas and Hillsboro, South and East under a tornado watch until 11 tonight. Coastal areas under a storm surge warning and most of the region is under a flood watch. Because of Elsa. Expect 2 to 4 FT. Storm Surge and 3 to 5 inches of rain with tropical Storm force winds over the immediate Tampa Bay area overnight lows around 75 up to 86 tomorrow, with conditions improving in the afternoon. Operation Storm Watch on news radio. W F L A brought to you by New South Windows Solution. Continuing now with our live coverage of tropical Storm Elsa, I'm Ryan Gorman with Aaron Jacobson and read Shepherd from our newsroom. We've got a lot to run through this hour and coming up in less than an hour from now we will get the eight PM advisory where we could see Elsa upgraded to a hurricane for the latest on what the radars are showing and what reconnaissance is seeing and where this storm is currently at, Let me go to the hotline now and bring in Weather Channel meteorology. Just Mark Thibodeau. So Mark what's the latest update here at just a couple minutes after seven on this Tuesday evening? Well, Ryan. We're still looking at a tropical storm. But we have been looking at the radars here currently if I draw an exact line about 82 miles or so south of southwest of ST Petersburg. Movement continues to be off to the north and Northwest. A little bit slower, still running at about 10 miles an hour, and that's remember a couple days ago. This thing was really booking and moving at, like 30 Miles an hour, so it's slowed down a little bit. It's still over the warm waters of the eastern Gulf. Still reporting the pressure now 998 millibars 29.47 inches. We do have a hurricane warning from where we are Tampa Bay northward up to the nature Coast, and that is the general direction. This is going to be going the next 24 hours, so Southwest of whether it doesn't prove overnight, But from where we are to the north, it's going to go downhill. Our weather the worst of it probably going to be towards 10 11. PM I was looking at some some tides sort of on the grand scheme. My in old camp a base high tide is around eight P.m.. But then Saint Peter are low Tide rather's around eight P.m.. But then ST Petersburg Has a high tide coming up around 11 p.m. this evening. So the pan exactly where you are, That is where we could be getting the potential water rise going on there. I'd be definitely looking at around ST.

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"82 mile" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"82 mile" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And Superman and Deliverance. He was 83 years old. Um, and all honesty. If you were to ask me Friday how old Ned Beatty was to put him in his nineties, probably But he passed away yesterday. Here in in Los Angeles. Sports Wise Angels have won six in a row. Don't look now. But yesterday's 10 3 win over Arizona there in Oakland Tonight, Dodgers beat the Rangers. They'll host the Phillies, of course. Um Dodgers met up with the Houston Astros in 2017 in the World Series, and there were a lot of weird things going on. For example, in Game three. Yu Darvish for the Dodgers, who had been pitching pretty well only went one and two thirds innings in that start, even after knowing that about you, Darvish and knowing that he fell prey to the Astros, and they're cheating. I'm still upset with that performance. Still upset with that. Well, there's there's an interesting argument that's going on. First of all. We know the Houston Astros cheated enough people in the organization admitted that they were cheating and by cheating. It's okay for you to as a player steal signs. It's not, um I should say it's not illegal. It's frowned upon, but it's not illegal. If you're a runner at second base, you can see the catcher giving signs to the picture. Somehow you do something. You tweak your hat. You itch your nose. You pick you poke your belt, whatever to give the battery, an idea of what pitch is coming. But again, you have to be able to figure out what the catcher's signals mean in the first place and then be able to relate it to the batter. That's legal, just frowned upon. What's not legal is using any sort of electronics. Camera dedicated to the catcher's crotch. Something like that. There's you cannot use electronics to transmit the signal anywhere or to anyone, and the allegation was that was again proven to be true. That there was a camera in center field watching the opposing catcher's. There was a monitor behind a wall in the dugout in Houston, and then as soon as they would see, for example, Uh, The catcher put down a three for a change up or whatever they bang, either the garbage can or the bat box. One time. Not only were they cheating and knowingly doing so and actively doing so it wasn't just one guy or the pitching coach or what have you They were running interference. Here's an example on August 1st of 2017. Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Chris Archer won a game at Minute Maid Park but suspected that on at least a few occasions, the Astros had his his pitches later that night. He's back in his hotel room when one of the Astros player face times him and he said, Dude, you've got good s You were just tipping like he was tipping his pitches and was like I was not tipping my pitches. But that player was running interference with that FaceTime call right trying to throw a red herring at the situation, If if people were starting to to think about the Astros and what they're putting together, and suspicions around the league were growing, and the noise was getting so loud that the players actually started running interference. And then continued to cheat. There were problems in that towards the end of that season of the 2017 season. The Astros we're going to do well, they're going to make it into the post season. The Dodgers come up there doing great in the National League. They're going to make it into the post season, according to the Astros. They stopped using this system. Once they got into the postseason. Because, among other things, they said, the signals that the catchers were giving were too complicated. You add a layer to them so that this thing doesn't happen. And you could argue, um Well, they argue that they gave up on it when they got into the postseason. How? Why would they be above cheating in the postseason? When the very reason that they got there was cheating, right? It doesn't make sense. Carlos Correa is one of the Houston Astros players who, when this all came out, he was He was a giant a whole to every reporter that would ask him questions about this. In an interview with Ken Rosenthal, longtime baseball writer He said that there's no way the Astros benefited from cheating during that postseason. He said that the scoring plays in the game specifically the Game three I reference, with Yu Darvish having the shortest start of his career. Carlos Correa said it wasn't result of. You know these guys jumping all over 82 mile an hour changeup or something like that. It was just weaker hits. It was poor fielding. The problem is It wasn't always that hit that made a sign the sign stealing, stealing effective. Maybe it's just they're laying off. A pitch that they know is going to be thrown for a ball that gets them deeper into account puts more pressure on the pitcher. Maybe it goes to three and one. That picture has to throw a strike. Basically at that point Specific data on if there was trashcan banging during the LCS and World Series doesn't exist. But the reason is crowd noise. Yeah, it's too loud. You just can't. Uh, you can't figure out if that was going on. There is a guy who put together a website that was reviewing video of the season and counting the number of garbage can bangs in each game. He went through and did that a sign stealing scandal dot com is where he did it. But he said, to your point, the crowd noise in the playoffs and the World Series was just too loud. That when you start it's different networks. Usually to that that will handle the playoff rounds, and they will pipe in the crowd noise to make it much more exciting. It sucks for Astros players to who do not get to have the full feeling of winning the World Series. Knowing that you cheated your way into it, knowing your she did your way through that season. How does that give you Joy, Joy, you know, it would be the opposite. In fact. And and, and it's hard to quantify what kind of resulting and lingering effects has had for other pictures and player's pitchers, Players clubs. There are teams that lost their managers There were, you know, pitchers who never came back after, you know a couple of bad outings against the against the Astros. All right, coming up next China a global security challenge, and everybody agrees. We'll talk about why, When we return, Gary and Shannon will continue a swamp Watch after Amy King.

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"82 mile" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"82 mile" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Topics. Chad is out today. So I am the one monitoring all sorts of different media to try to find some stories that are trending here in D FW and, of course around the world, and we go first to one of my favorite subjects, and that would be Tesla. I'm not gonna talk about the company of the fact that I think a lot of musk is fake news. No, I'm going to talk about the fact that people are not quite grasping. The concept of a self driving car on auto pilot car sip. The problem is, people still think that they could just get in the car in the back seat, Go to sleep. Which is exactly what this individual was doing. Tesler driver caught napping behind the wheel. His car was barreling down the interstate in autopilot mode. At 82 miles per hours, several drivers saw the other driver slumped. Over the others. The passenger seat they called 9111 Person said the Tesla would speed up with no cars were around and slowed down as it approached other vehicles. A to least it worked. Deputy was dispatched to check out the situation. According to the deputy, the driver did appear to be sound asleep, noting the driver's head was down and not looking at the road. The officer attempted to initiate a traffic stop that Tesla, of course, did not pull over. It sped up. Apparently, it has getaway mode on it. Officer followed the vehicle, which was clocked going 82 MPH for two miles after he pulled alongside the car for a second time The driver woke up. And pulled off the side of the road. It was a 38 year old. He denied he was sleeping. But he did admit that he was in fact, very tired. The officer said he was not impaired, but he could see the car was an autopilot mode. Driver issued a ticket for inattentive Trife theme, The sergeant at the press conference, said. You can't sleep behind the wheel. That was the conclusion we took away. Yeah,.

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"82 mile" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"82 mile" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"I mean, we got good pace of play going here. See, that's the beauty of being a pitcher is that you can control the tempo of the game. If you wanna work slow and piss people off. You can do that. If you want to work fast and piss people off or work fast because it works well for you. You could do that. That's what I loved about. Being a pitcher is that you control the tempo I use of work fast and all sudden take my time. Just because the certain hitter that was coming up I just couldn't stand and I'm like I'm gonna get in this guy's grill. So I'm gonna literally take 30 seconds in between pitches, and then somebody else, not quick pitch. But you know, getting back on the mound and getting like Alex would That guy works fast and again. If you go back to this podcast, we were all excited when they signed would to the one year deal, And I think some people are wondering why. I mean the guy's a good picture. And and I don't know what to see that If you talk about the Evan flow of the season, we'll wait to see how they You know how they're looking. And, you know, come the dog days of summer as they say, but as of right now, Wow. Hey, real quick song parody idea, Tony, this one's for you. I'll just do the very ending. I just had an idea of a joke. But if it's good, maybe we'll do something. Alison chains would the very seriously the very end of the two and Tony legs would could you go? You want to do something? Something I'm working on? Tony go ahead like that. I like that. I mean, there's a lot of different ways you could take the wood for Alex would write. I mean, seriously, though, And while I was watching gospel yesterday, the guy throws you know, mid to high nineties and these dropping this 82 mile an hour changeup. It's so good watching these guys on their front foot. Because they're looking fastball and trying to react. I mean, it is. It's It's beautiful. It zits really fun to watch and listening to Sean s is on the Murphy Mac program this morning. He was just the way he was talking about. Picture is just being so good in this era of baseball. I agree. I mean, there's a lot of no hitters, but that's because pitchers have gotten so strong and so You know they're mastering certain pitches. And you know if you throw 98 you come back with an 82 mile hour changeup That's like that's like diving out of the zone that's really, really difficult to hit. Yeah, and mean So. All the while. You know, we have these amazing pitching performances coming at US. Web is Kind of modeling himself after Alex would moving faster in the tempo going and I think Cueto is going to pick it up here pretty soon, but all the while we got guys coming back from the D l we got the Grandpa dick. He's back. And don Juan. Oh, Donnie barrels. Donnie barrels back. I love watching that kid hit. I missed him. Miss Dani barrels and by the making meek somebody else I miss it is going to give a shout out of love across the country to the New York met Kevin Pilar as he took a ball of the face, which means he posted a video and have to try and find the audio about him talking about how he feels. Not bad for the picture that hit him, But he can understand why the what the picture is going through after hitting him in the face, and it's like that is that's Kevin floor. In a nutshell. Empathy right and he was. He was not a giant for long when he was a great giant for a short amount of time, and I was pretty bummed out when they got rid of him. He's a guy that would fit in. To this team. I think pretty well. And I have a question about something I saw on social media on Twitter and I don't know the answer to this, Paulie. You might Shannon. You might I saw the picture. Buster Posey, Britain and Brandon Crawford in a couple of the Giants in the team bus, all wearing disco like seventies gear, Not nice, and I'm wondering. Because disco disco Vanni Pitched What's today Thursday. He pitched on Tuesday, and it was his first game back at Cincinnati after playing for the Reds, and I'm wondering if they all dressed up in disco gear for the team bus ride to and from the ballpark and there was nothing. There was no heading or anything about the photos just Crawford and disco gear and necklaces and stuff. And Posey and I've heard for the grapevine. That discovery doesn't even like the nickname Disco. But we're gonna General I milk it all the time. How could you not? All right, you know, But if that is the case, and they got dressed, have been discussed before disco, Vanni AK disco That just shows how loose this team is how much fun they're having, and just to finance his first year on the on the ball club, Shannon likes to say, and, um And they're already embracing this guy and certain you know, goofs and team gags and that scene that kind of stuff That's the sign of like a really good team that has a lot of good chemistry and you know That that that's a good sign down that down the stretch is they say, Tony taught me this a long time ago. Shannon, I'm dead. Serious to Tony was like, Hey, when somebody when you're interviewing somebody, and somebody says something interesting, ask him a question about what he just said, Tony, I'd like to use that tactic on your own reply. If I could. I'd like you to tell me as you are proud. You know, again, like if you knew the podcast. First of all we welcome aboard. It's great having you Shannon Caylor Stone. Fox is lead vocalist can be our Creative Department. Creative Tony Ryan, creative director Polly McMurphy Mac Show and Paulie's Podcast Jock cast. Creative. Tony has a pretty good baseball resume play playing college ball locally, ST Mary's in USF, So I said, I turned it right back to you based on what you just said..

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"82 mile" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"82 mile" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Military appreciation month, and we continue to talk to those in the Broward County Sheriff's Office about their service to our country, So we'll continue that focus a little bit later on this morning. You can expect that at 9 20 again. Military appreciation Month throughout the month of May, and we've had some really great guests on S O. It's been Ah, great segment to do and and again. Do it again at 9 20 this morning, joining me now on the hotline, ABC news correspondent Karen Travers, who can follow on Twitter at Care, and Travers. Karen, Thanks so much for taking a few moments to talk to us this morning, and and President Biden and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu chatting it up these days, like Ah young, high school couple in love. I mean, every day they're talking for hours at the time, it seems, what's the latest Yeah, four phone conversations over the past week, but certainly the one that they had yesterday we're told was tense and and the president is ramping up the pressure Now on the Israeli prime minister yesterday, we're told that the president said to Benjamin Netanyahu that he expected a significant de escalation today on the path to a cease fire today, meaning yesterday And we're also hearing from the Israeli side that you know. Despite that pressure, the prime minister was essentially undaunted. He was vowing to forge ahead and said in the statement that he is determined to continue this operation until its objective is achieved. So a lot of tough questions today for the White House you know, because they haven't answered them over the past few days of what they consider Significant de escalation. What happens if they don't see that from the Israelis and why the president hasn't called for an immediate cease fire, like many in the international community, and some in his own party had been calling for four days. We're still seeing Hamas firing rockets over into Israel thing happened within the past couple of hours yet again, do we have any indication that the administration's made any inroads with Hamas? Do they have a connection to talk to within Hamas about a cease fire? You know, the administration's point has been that they're doing quiet, intensive diplomacy behind the scenes and that they're really trying to let the two sides negotiate this. We haven't seen the administration take, you know, at least publicly, a direct we'd roll in what's going to happen and how this all ends. Israel also continued its airstrikes today targeting Hamas facilities and military infrastructure. So you know that Significant de escalation. Well, yes, There were a handful of hours overnight where there were no rockets and no responses. But that did then pick back up again today. So you know, I think we'll see in the next 24 to 48 hours. There are signals that the cease fire could potentially be developing. They're also caution flag being thrown up our reporters on the ground they're saying, you know, Well, there are messages coming out that maybe they're heading in that direction. Neither side wants to look like they're the one that's conceited. Left. And then one final question for you. You mentioned that the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, He is saying that they're going to continue until their objective is achieved. Just the White House know what Israel's objective is. You're not saying that publicly. At least, you know, I think what's been striking a lot about the last few days is how little the administration is saying, you know, little that they're saying about the phone calls and the questions that are not being answered. President was traveling the last two days. He has not taken questions on this. But today there's a briefing at the White House. I will be at that. And the president has an event this afternoon. I will also be at that. We're hoping that he breaks the silence and start answering some questions. Right, ABC news correspondent Karen Travers at the White House. You can follow her on Twitter at Karen Travers. Karen Appreciate the time. Thanks so much for joining us had a great day. Thank you. That I think many is one of the big questions. What is Israel's objective beyond just responding to the continued rocket fire coming from Hamas, and I haven't heard exactly what they're looking to achieve here. And also, you know, you can call on Israel to to adhere to a cease fire all you want but again. More rockets getting fired into Israel today. Yeah, they're obviously both sides or to find out what would be be said. What I heard him say two or three days ago was that his goal was to prevent Hamas from be able being able to launch any of these kinds of tax again anytime soon. So I'm not sure how they eliminate all of you know their rocket capabilities or anything like that, He said. That was that was the goal and they're gonna keep at it until they believe they've reached that goal. All right, let's find out what's trending a wi O d. Doc. I'm something that I'm sure is a little bit more positive in nature. Yeah, well, more disturbing to. It's a trend among test loan or some of them anyway, not bothering the actually drive the car. The latest incident comes to us from Illinois, where test the driver was caught taking a nap. Behind the wheel as he barreled down the highway and autopilot mode. At 82 Miles an hour. Luckily, several drivers called 911 and a sheriff was able to initiate a traffic stop. But that happened right away. And that's not the whole story. Check out the video and more on what happened. It's on the front page a wi LD dot com I'll tell you what. I could use a nap right about now, but I wouldn't try to take one in a moving car. I would. I would not go that route. That's that is a disturbing trend. We seems like we're seeing it more more. Recently coming up next we'll get some today's top stories for you. Plus more weather and traffic here on 6 10 Wi OD. I'm Robert Content chief.

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"82 mile" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"82 mile" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Brian EST Ridge on Newstalk 8 20. W B A P W B a b com work, 5 36 Thursday Morning news. Welcome one welcome. All, Scott said, would Is it this morning, Brian off today in the market Have you here? Glad to be here are I think our only are only cumulus Tesla driver. I know one other person, but she's very weird about and doesn't want it being known that she drives a Tesla so I won't throw her name under the bus. I don't know why it's Zilly. I don't know. I don't know why, but I'm not going to say who it is. Okay out of privacy, But I know I'm not the only one. Okay? Just leave it at that. I know you're proud when you got that tell I still am. I love that thing. I'm glad to hear that. I'm like counting down the days where I can trade it in for the cyber truck. You know, I have never been in an electric vehicle. I've never taken a right and one I have been in one. Um But people that have them they say they love him. And you love that. You love your I'm gonna I'm gonna come your direction and let you let you try this this car. It's a lot of fun to drive. You drive forward. Yes. See if you can hit 82 miles an hour and take a nap at the same time. Well, That that happened. When was the last time you hit 82 Miles an hour? How many many years ago? That's exactly what happened up near Chicago. I was going to see her. I don't think this car works for how Why he doesn't like speed. It's not. It's not so much, but it accelerates so much faster if you wanted to. It depends what you have to have The dual motor version of it for that, But yes, Plus how many times you have to stop and recharge twin Can't buoy and downtown? Okay? You, don't you? Don't you do turn my far right. Well, there's a guy that was arrested. Because he was doing just that he was driving 82 MPH in the interstate up near the Illinois Wisconsin border and police. Basically, we're driving next to him the whole time looking in the door or the window, saying My guy's asleep and they kept looking over. He's still asleep now. You said off air off the air. Anybody that does that? And just stupid. Maybe you think I said that on the air? Did you say it all? Yeah. Yeah, Here's the thing, man. I everyone who points to these autopilot vehicles and say it's the car's fault. I like to turn around to them and say, Well, how do you feel about guns? You say it's the gun's fault, or do you feel it's the person's fault? Because at the end of the day, someone is choosing to put the autopilot on. It's not an autopilot or bust car. You can drive this thing like any other car and be just fine. And or you could put it out of pilot and go through the process where you have to wake it up every now and again reminded your weight now I will say this. I have one of these. You can buy things to kind of Jerry. Rig it to where you don't have to. You know, bump the steering wheel to remind you can basically by a weight that you put on the steering wheel to take off the future that, like beeps at you, if you're not paying attention, somebody cramming orange in it, apparently the orange skin and your skin or similar to the Tesla's memory or something. I don't know my mind is just wait. It says. You just have to put a little bit of weight on it to show that either way. Like that. That's a conscious decision you're making to do that. It's not them with my skin gets to be like an orange skin. Somebody sent me a case of Juergens, would you right? Yeah, Basically, the touch on the steering wheel tells the car that somebody is touching the steering wheel. Yeah, I just give a like a little jerk like a little bit and it goes Is it called autopilot? Or is it just cruise compel? It's it's called. They call it auto steer. Okay. Auto steer meaning like it sees the lane markers and it follows the direction of the lanes. But it's not going to another newer models do this, But not all of them When you turn on your turn. Signal to stop light will make the right turn for you. You know they don't. They don't all do that. And they don't stop at red lights, either. You know, because it's not allowed to. It just stops behind our cars. Oh, it does. Stop behind there. Stop the car. Yes, yeah, it does. Now you'll see. You'll see stories all the time about cars. Tesla's running into A police vehicles that are on the side of the road. You know, I think I don't know how that's happening. But again, you've got to be paying attention. Like that girl exactly like and then in the case of this guy You got to be awake. You know what we're doing here are are fine. I suppose if it's like a doddle pilot, a plane but you still have to have the guy behind the Yeah, the yoke. There's flying the plane right case there's a mountain coming up in front of you. Just just for that covered chairs for that. If you're fixing to fall asleep while you're driving your car, you probably shouldn't be getting in the car at that moment anyway. Right? All right, Through Starbucks. Yeah, at 82 Miles an hour. All right. Still no cease fire in the Israel Gaza conflict. However, there's rumors that something could be on the table. We'll have that for you coming up next. You're a W B A b A for traffic on the ones And here is the Monte Cook. What? 75 inbound a little heavy around the curve, ongoing construction through that area That didn't help things out, either. Now the stop outside.

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"82 mile" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"82 mile" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"The studio tonight. It's Aria Matt and Nikolas Mountaineer. We're talking about crypto currency. One of my favorite things, and one of the things that I am not allowed to use at the moment. Boo Yeah. Can't access Rick can't fly. It can't sell it Can't Can't even open my wallet to see what I have didn't even have my wallets installed onto my phone. It's I didn't realize prior to this how much in my day daily life I actually used crypto create because this is keen New Hampshire, right? This is crippled. You imagine if somebody got, you know, arrested for suspicion of something to do with dollars, and they let him out on bail and told them they couldn't use dollars. Yeah. I think that happens that we're not allowed to go to the bank. I mean, if you were a bank robbers, and you actually walked into a bank with a gun at some point, and then they told you couldn't go to a bank anymore. That would make sense. Yeah, but we don't. I didn't rob a bank s O s. Oh, here's kind of what I think of it. That's an excellent point, though. I'm gonna mention that to my attorney. Yeah. So I mean, what about before? If you if you look out the story where Jesus throws over the tables, right. So now the circumstance for that is that you have to change your dirty uh, Roman money into temple shackles. And basically you are in a situation where you live inside their temple, and they will not let you use the other money. Yeah. Just use our temple Shekels on and I'm going on Matic. But sure, I'm the Jesus that went in and tried to flip the table except instead of Jesus. It's a boy who's a girl and is the state n'est. Yeah, funny how that work. Yeah. Also, you're not allowed to leave the temple. You can't leave the U. S. You can't use anything other than their currency. I had no desire to leave the temple. I I was making plans to go to. I think it was Thailand at some point, but it was just to visit and then come right back. And now I can't do that and something that sucks. But Not as restricted, as like. I've looked at the conditions that are available on Pacer for Ian, and he's going to be basically under house arrest. Yeah. I'm not. I can come and go from the state of New Hampshire as I please. Well, that's because he is a diabolical mastermind. Yeah, saying I will never wear that's my response is well with, you know, with no ties to New Hampshire. I will never get over here and being a mastermind. I'm like this is the same dude who like what? Someone stands in the shower and just shaved his entire body. Head to toe thistles, Your criminal mash it. I love you into death, right? But I think the picture in there painting of him is just so far from who Ian is as a person, but a car like 10 years ago, and I think he's pulling 82 miles on it. No, he's at least done that on the trip to Port. Yeah, right. The other than that. We exclude pork best trips. I think that car like yeah, It's not Doesn't leave kid, let alone New Hampshire. You're kidding. It may be getting driven more now than it did when he was out. Mm. So anyway, that's funny. Good. No ties to do Hampshire. None whatsoever. Radio show here in the liberty migration that he's been pushing for 15 years, you know? The he doesn't even want to go into Massachusetts. You no one wants to go in a minute. I know you don't wanna go to Vermont. I've offered to take him. You know, I'm like New York's a beautiful place. It's Ah, It's a miserable tyranny. But I mean is, you know, as far as a beautiful natural places it to be. You should come to my mom's house and visit. Nope. Not leaving. I'm not going past for miles, and you know you can't get him out of here. Beware. The mastermind has a novelty passport. That's right. Oh, Mike. Anyway, I was shocked, but I did laugh when I saw that. You know, he has to surrender that novel to passport in order to for his release to be security. I tell them that they get it cost me 100 bucks and you're gonna have to give me 100 bucks and I will release that to you. You know, what would you know? I want to be out of jail, So I don't blame him for accepting you told them that they'd go. Okay. We can keep you. Yeah, right. Yeah. Unfortunately, that's the way they work. There's no negotiating with terrorists. That is because the terrorists won't really allow you to negotiate with the pretty much but getting back to our earlier conversation. I did wanna find out so I know that in in, sort of like Bitcoin core culture. A big thing for them was like now you've got a stake your own note. You've got to be minding your own Bitcoin because that's how we're going to do a peer to peer system. And from what I understand, it's just with Bitcoin core, especially it's just gotten insane, the amount of of processing power that people are using to mind these things. So I mean you mentioned with with Manero just like set up something in the basement. I wondered like what kind of hardware do you even need for that? Well, there's two different. I'm not an expert. I learned a lot this week, though, so I'll pass that to you Take it for what it's worth. There are two different types of minors. Two different types of coins. Basically, so Manero is what's called a sick resistant coin. Um What is the basic basic is a type of computer language programming. It won't go for I don't remember what the acronym stands for, but it basically makes us designed specifically to mine Bitcoin or some other crypto currents. Right. So Bitcoin isn't basic, my noble coin. Okay, It requires a lot of computing power. The best way to generate that computing power is by using a video card. So that's why Bitcoin miners are well known for soaking up tons of big video cards and all the gamers get mad that they can't get Video cards. The only video card you can find right now is about $900. Okay, That's probably because I'm really is building a mining rig to mine. Bitcoin has got more popular. But why would you go to minor for $500 of a graphics card? That's not going to do right? I mean, that will do it if you're minding like vert coin or raping right, and that's why people into doing and I'm sure part of why it is now is because we have ah, major shortage of silicon chips right now. Because, like everything in the world got shut down, and no turns out making silicon chips isn't essential. Never mind the fact that we use some kind of fishy about that one morning, everything in life but to continue. Manero is in a sick, resisting coin. And it doesn't require a video card, too. It can't use a video card for that purpose. So what you need is a really, really strong processor. So basically, if you had a gaming computer, and you took the video card out of it, you have a great mining rig from a narrow So I just spent about 700 bucks to build this mining rig. My friend put it together for me and stuck in the basement made it go, and it's just sitting down there ticking away. It's got cool light. So you put on and stuff, But because I'm a zoo, I've seen it like they're sort of somewhat distinct, uh, subcultures within the crypto currency culture and like a big part of the Bitcoin core crowd is having your own minor. And I don't know how true that is anymore. I think now they're all about, you know, huddling And making off with this much holding is a huge part of the Bitcoin core crowd thing on. I'm much more of the sort of Bitcoin cash crowd where, like, What we brag about is not how much we've held onto. But, hey, look at these places. I can spend this look at me actually buying real goods and services like a real currency. Yeah. And in my experience spending Cryptocurrency just here in town. You know, I go to the barber here locally, and he accepts crypto. I pay him and decline. Cash. That's what he likes. He knows that. If we've spent Bitcoin with him, it could very well not show up at all..

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"82 mile" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"82 mile" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Good afternoon. I'm Peter. Same war and here's our top story. Coronavirus in Arizona. They got their first dose of the cove in 19 vaccine mid January. Now a valley couple, both of them. Teachers are struggling to schedule their second shots. Katie Ers, Griselda is Latino Live with the story. Heather and her husband aren't finding open appointments for February to get their second dose of the vaccine. When you tried to go into march to schedule, there was still nothing available. She also tells the MIC broom head show. We have talked to other people, other colleagues and it's happening to others as well. She's worried they won't be able to book an appointment in time for their second dose. But America but county spokeswoman says that shouldn't be a problem since more appointments and vaccination sites will open as soon as more vaccine arrives. Reporting live on Griselda City, No Katya or news when it's your turn, and when there are supplies, get your coronavirus shot. Arizona Health Services director Cara Crist also says it can protect against reinfection and viral variations. Viruses mutate. They are always trying to make sure that they can continue to exist and proliferate. It's like everyone else. Dr. Crist reports Arizonans Contracting Cove in 19 twice, sometimes worse than the first time she's hopeful the FDA will give emergency use authorization to Johnson and Johnson's vaccine a month from now, it requires on Lee. One dose Arizona governor do see shedding some light on his political future, The governor told The New York Times. It does not include a run for Arizona's U S. Senate seat next November, when Senator Mark Kelly is up for re election and when his own term expires, ABC News Political analyst Alex Cast Yano stills here. On his morning news he believes do see he doesn't want to go into a tough general against Kelly with a divided Republican party that might not support this past weekend. Do see was censured by Arizona's Republican Party for imposing covert restrictions on people and businesses in the state. Jeremy Foster key to our new 80, our eyes on immigration and Arizona border Sheriff is sounding the alarm after the Biden White House halted construction on President Trump's border wall. Cochise County Sheriff Mark Daniels tells Fox News. This will put a big day. In border security in 2019 we have 141 country reach are Southwest border 1100 gang members representing 20 different countries. It just goes back to show you. How vulnerable are Southwest border is, Daniel says a little over 20 miles of new wall have been completed so far in his county with 82 miles remaining. Time to check on your traffic. Now with Larry Lewis live from the Valley Chevy dealers,.

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"82 mile" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"82 mile" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A shambolic find Sacramento's number one for breaking news. Local news, traffic and weather news 93.1 kfbk Good morning to you. It is nine o'clock on this cloudy Monday with storms bearing down on us all this week. It is January 25th the debriefs up in about a minute. I'm Christina Madonsela. I'm Sam Shane. Here's what's trending at this hour. State regulators this morning have lifted the stay at home order for all of California. It means open dining and hair salons can reopen immediately. Everywhere in the state organizer's of a campaign to recall Governor Newsome are reporting this morning. They have now gathered 1.2 million signatures in their effort to recall the governor. They now need just 300,000 signatures by mid March to qualify it for the balance. Get out to traffic now and see how things are moving along the roadways this morning with Brian Knoll Think looking good on the freeways around Sacramento. This reports marked by express rose dot com. Got a surface Street concerned. L. Berger wrote it East Levee Road, just getting word of an action that they're going to have a lot of details. Originally, they called for an ambulance now looks like a abandoned vehicle that's been there for a while in the high country Still got chain controls Highway 50 put him on three miles east of Class. A bill on highway on I 82 Miles east of Baxter looking For an easier way to find your next call center or a county job. It's time to get to know express employment. Professional visit express rose dot com to find one of more than 830 locations to support any job search, and there's never feed traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk Mostly cloudy this morning and becoming partly sunny, breezy and cool this afternoon with a high of 53 to 57..

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"82 mile" Discussed on X96

X96

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"82 mile" Discussed on X96

"It's trivia about a show that me and five other people watched one. I watched it. What is it? You did. You know, you know what the show is? Yes. Portlandia? Yes. Okay. What's right. Okay, So if you watch the Portlandia, and then you have a chance to actually help you let me help you if you want a radio from hell face mask. Doesn't really matter if you've watched report. Well, it's a combination of things. I really dumped down the questions. If you love tweet you'll know about Portlandia. Yeah, So there you go. That's Z. Oh, now we're not see we're getting played the day the squirrel went dessert for potty break song. I'm like I've never heard of this and somebody said it's Ray Stevens. Song and I'm like, No, No, I think you're thinking of the Mississippi Squirrel revival, not the Davis Worldwide dessert. Please get your parody songs. Checked up traffic police Gina Crash South Salt Lake on the eastbound and serve to a one ramp to go eastbound. I 80 with the right lane closed. Um, let's see. We've got police instant eastbound. I 82 miles from two Will a left lane is closed there. And if you see something you can text it to us 33986 only if it's safe for you to do that, please. But let us know if you see something out there on the road you want passed along the other friends of the program that's driving. Bread in the chat room, Bernie Voice 99% of my coat is recycled.

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"82 mile" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"82 mile" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"The Steve Got that, Shawn. I'm listening, Brian Way all got it. It was just terrible. Bad. Oh, all right, Mr Football. What do you do? If you're one of the A C C schools? There was scheduled to go there. Well, they have lost now. I ran down that list. They've lost four bowl games. Yeah. Where do they end up going? It's a great question. They I don't know, man. It's gonna be interesting to see I'm just hoping and praying. We get these bowls in and you said there's a possibility I'd mentioned story earlier this morning about the iron skillet. That s M U and TCU might play, but not in a regular season game in a few more weeks, but perhaps in One of the we got three Well, four county cotton ball, You got four local bowls. I think you could see him in one of the local balls playing in a meeting in postseason as community Isamu. Yeah. I think you could see that. Begin. Yeah, Be okay. Be kind of a fun atmosphere. That's for that's for sure. A 38 w b a p coming up a little. Tell me something good, stupid joke. Has that on no more Tony the tiger jokes. But first we got some, uh, we got a headline that we think warrants a little conversation. And that is the fact that we've seen now another large company moved from Los Angeles. Here to North Texas. You're not actually gonna move to Grand Prairie. It's called optimal elite management. It is a sign manufacturer and they purchased a 60,000 square foot warehouse and grand prairie, and they're gonna relocate their headquarters and production facilities to North Texas from Los Angeles in June. This is a big deal in this is a large sign manufacturer. I don't think they make banners for 20 bucks. No, no, That's not what this is A big deal. Yeah, this is this is a big deal. I mean, they make led signs and things of that nature there. But again, I just bring this up because we've got another company from Los Angeles from California moving to North Texas, and we're looking forward to having him here. We just want to remind all of their employees who transfer. Remember why you left California. Don't vote that way when you show up I'm sorry about the heat. Yes, exactly. Right. Sorry about that. Yes, But have you have you driven the 30 corridor there between Dallas and Fort Worth? Through grand prairie, right? Those warehouses are popping up like everywhere. It is amazing, and we're not talking baby warehouse. Oh, no. In fact, they just poured one That's right off the interstate. I swear it looked like the reporter, a quarter mile drag strip. That's what it looks like These air, huge warehouses, huge. One of the story. I want to get into another kind of feel good story. Did you see where the missing Florida boater he had been missing for a while was found alive, clinging to his vessel 86 miles offshore. This is a 62 year old hey was stranded alone at sea 86 Miles east of Port Canaveral. And fortunately for him, a container ship spotted him. On was able to make its way over. He had fallen off of this 32 FT. See, Ray He went after Wilson apparently so apparently became disabled at sea because of a mechanical problem, hey was awakened because his crippled craft was taking on water in the darkness. On, and fortunately for him. Hey, he was able to take his shirt off and wave it over his head, and that was enough to get the attention of the cargo ship. On. They sent the U. S Coast Guard over and they were able to save him. But there he was just hanging on to the front of this 32 ft ship that our boat of his that later went down. And how many miles out 86 miles. Why? Why? Why? 32 ft boat. Are you 86 months from shit? I'm with you by yourself by yourself. What? Held 62? Yeah. How long have been had to being out there. Well, that was the thing. He wasn't out there that long. He was. They found him Sunday morning. Hey, was rescued at about 11 o'clock in the morning. He was he. He left Cape Marina in Port Canaveral. At four o'clock on Friday. He was reported missing right before noon on Saturday. You said not that long at the while. Well, I guess that is a walk. Yeah, floating around. Look around for a day and a half out a way to come back one. And why you can't get cell service clinging clinging to this thing. I'm getting nervous out on PK. If you're out in the middle of the lake, you know what if something happened out here? No screwed. 82 miles from shore. What do you thinking? Did you see there was only about and it's hard to tell by the photos, but it looks like there was like 4 ft of the boat, the sticking up and that was it. That was all all and why it didn't go all that? I mean, surely it's deeper than 32 ft out there in it. Six miles out. Oh, yeah. I just had some air bubble in it that I guess the question on safety. Yes. My aerobics except X system when the water gets level gets too high, has a sensor that then turns on the sprays and sprinklers and Sprinkles it out. Why is it there? No, a sense, not a sensor on a boat that when it turns upside down, or it takes on water, that a sensor that that alarm goes out somehow and tells people hooks. We got a problem out here. Instead of him having a weight on hopefully, a cruiser will come by. I'm sure the Oh you mean as far as sending out a message to somebody a satellite or something like that, because he obviously was not able to send out a message on his own. But 32 ft boat. Is it gonna have all those modern electronics see, make made on it made on for crying out loud. It could be the size of a cell phone. But it's also another reason not to go 86 miles offshore if you're in that boat It doesn't have all the latest gadgets. Traffic right now, then stupid does get a little tell me something good first, so it's money Cookman. Let's 75 inbound, and I 20 road work up there now on the ramp itself, so it's a little bit heavy on the approach. Now we do have one clearing.

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"82 mile" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"82 mile" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Literally, the voters won't go out of their way much. You know, Hillary Clinton had a lot of numbers in the polls where people just plain did not follow through and vote. So that's going to throw off those poles because you really have to know not only who they want, but what's the chances? They're actually going to vote? Yeah, That's why the likely voters a little better than registered voters. But there's still a problem because They don't measure voter intensity. They don't take the trouble to do that. You don't measure voter enthusiasm, which is another variable. There was a physical thing I saw today at one of President Trump's rallies in Pennsylvania. Which is a must win state for him. I mean, he realizes that everybody realised by the way, Pennsylvania's but I saw well what I saw, and I pointed this out to my wife. What we watching Justus little snippet of President Trump's rally in Martinsburg, Pennsylvania. It was a grey gloomy day. They're the rally is outside and there were people there were Pete cold. The people. There were people as far as you could see on the camera angle, and it wasn't because they were trying to shoot. A camera angle that was, you know, to the president's advantage. But I'm like I looked at myself and I looked at my wife and I said, Look at all those people out on this awful, dreary day in Pennsylvania at the end of October. Look at all of them and she goes well. I'd stand out in the rain for President Trump, too, and I said No. There you go. That's part of that. It voter intensity thing you're talking about, isn't it is and I'll give you some other examples. I was talking on a radio show in Scottsdale, Arizona, recently within the last week. And the host told me that they had a rally for Trump where the it was a car rally. The car rally went for 17 miles on one of their interstate highway. He couldn't believe the size of the rally. 17 miles of Converse. Well, we have an 82 mile rally around the Cincinnati loop that was occurred again this past weekend now. I'm not saying that all 82 miles of 2 75 were encompassed with only trump drivers. But there was a massive amount of cars abroad out for President Trump in his favor for his campaign for this, and this is the second one that's been held in Cincinnati during this presidential election year. One just about a month for their country. I know all over And let me tell you something else. Very significant. Most people, though, here reported on and that is the Trump campaign does demographics on who shows up? That's mine. Knowing that it's track their followers. Do you know that, on average Trump rally brings in 20% of its people from the ranks of Democrat registered voters? Really? Yeah. So when you hear, like, right now older, more registered voters out there Who voted, you know, 60 million people have already voted on all right. And they say most of them are Democrats or more of them are Democrats, the Republicans, they fail to capture the fact that some of those Democrats are actually voting for Trump, anyway. Because he has such a large following, among among Democrats. Yeah, Amazingly, so I'm a registered independent and I know where my vote's going more with Dr Gerard tomorrow here in just a moment. This is a man who you correctly predicted. 2016 Have you been doing this? This modeling of presidential elections for awhile, Doctor Since 1976 and in 1976, I got 49 out of 50 states. Correct. I started out the right way. So you predicted Carter No, That's a mistake. I predicted Ohio wrong that year. Ah, so that was that was the only wantyou fist All right, more more on the dynamics of this and what it means. In almost a week for America Going forward with Dr Gerard Lamar Oh, here on the nightcap on 700 wlw Scott Sloan show critics and listeners are giving slowly being fat thumbs up exactly with your Journal of journalistic radio reporting. Who knows? Tony was so smart and witty, good question online influencer Eric Marx and posted Tony made me laugh and think I've never done that before that slowly. Magic. Drink yourself to the Scots Loan show. I'm Scott. Slow. Give me a Listen tomorrow morning at nine on 700. Riding a motorcycle requires.

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"82 mile" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"82 mile" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So I was with two uncles and a cousin and we're heading down to Miami for vacation. This is Roland Sylvain and what he's talking about happened almost 20 years ago. You know, we're having a good time. Listen, the music he's feeling good sailing down the open road going about 82 Miles an hour, which is more than the speed limit. And as he's cruising through Virginia, a police car pulls up behind him. I just heard the science behind Deciduous. Pull over and when I pulled it out. Oh, man, Like I'm going to get in some serious shit because I don't have my license on me and all the guys are like, What are you talking about? That I don't like I mean, I mean, I have my life, but I'm suspended. Roland Sylvain was born in Haiti, though, by the time of his birth in 1978. Most of his family had 1 Ft. Out of the country. My grandfather actually was the one that started it. He had issues in Haiti for political reasons of things like that. His grandfather's problems started during the brutal dictatorship of President Francois Duvalier, who's usually known as Papa Doc. Papa Doc allowed no political dissent while he ruled the mortality rate of political prisoners reportedly was the worst in the world. He and his son known as Baby Doc, ruled over Haiti from the late 19 fifties till the maid 19 eighties For the first time in nearly 30 years of Duvalier Dictatorships, Haitians are talking openly about overthrowing their leader. Roland doesn't know exactly what went wrong. But by the time he was born, his grandfather was building a new life for himself in New York City. He was one of tens of thousands of Haitians who came to the US around that time patients have been fleeing their island claiming to be refugees from political repression. Within a few years, Rollings grandfather got settled and was able to bring the rest of his family to New York legally on. And so in December of 1985 little seven year old Roland boarded a plane in shorts and a T shirt and food to John F. Kennedy Airport in New York City. And given.

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"82 mile" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"82 mile" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"After Hurricane Laura damage their home in Lake Charles, about 82 miles away. But now Hurricane Delta is forcing to Shirley's to leave their Broussard refuge. I'm worried about the debris, and there's so many people intense back in Mike Charles Blue tarps handed out by FEMA protect thousands of damage homes here in Lake Charles. There's like a physical preparation and a mental preparation. Will President Trump says he wants to hit the campaign trail tomorrow, but it's not clear if you'll get the medical OK to do it. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany herself infected tells Fox News Logistically whether tomorrow's possible it would be tough and be decision for the campaign. But logistically we're just trying to keep up with the president who's ready to go ready to be out there. McEnaney calls a new House bill absolutely absurd. Speaker Nancy Pelosi's legislation would form a commission that would allow Congress to intervene under the 25th amendment to remove the president. She insists. It's not about what's going on. Now. This legislation applies to future presidents. But we are reminded of the necessity of action by the health of the current president will hit hard by virus closings. Broadway theaters in New York will remain dark through the end of next May. The United Nations World Food Program has been awarded this year's Nobel Peace Prize. American David Beasley is the program leader. You got the news with staffers in the chair the first time in my life I've been without words. Thie UN's food program provided help to 100 million people in 88 countries last year. Well. The City Council in Danbury, Connecticut, has voted overwhelmingly to name its new sewer plant after comedian John Oliver, who waged a tongue in cheek battle with the city on his HBO show. For the privilege. Oliver's donating $55,000 to local charities, mostly food pantries. Second Wall Street Right now, the Dow is up 226 points and the NASDAQ is up. 1 32. This is CBS News. Today. Stronger immunity and better nutrition are more important than ever. That's why England's best gives you and your family more. That's healthy news for everyone Only glands. Best K I R O F M to Coma Seattle. Lines for businesses breaking covert rules coming up after traffic.

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"82 mile" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"82 mile" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I just don't need to see him pitch again this year, and they continue to try him out there. Not everyday every third or fourth day and again. It's because you're having to go to the bullpen as much as you do. And your starters don't go deep in games that you have to have a little 13 year overly pitches. Ready to go. Henry has got to be in the mix. I just You do one of two things, either. You'd say I give up and you send them out or you continue to use him. My choice would be to send him out. I don't think you can get anybody out. Everything he throws is flat. He's got no movement whatsoever. Unless he turns it down to 82 miles an hour in any camp taught for strikes, So the only way you can throw strikes is with Fat pitches that don't move. I can't have that guy in the major leagues. I think to Philly should move on from, um, I I don't know if it's all Girardi's call, but I would not use him again this year. So so Jodi as a general rule, Mama, even if it's a sprint this season it and not a general baseball role in general. I mean, I know you've been You know, with your dad and everything fall in the game for years. But if if there's a dye that you're going to be a bullpen game and you take a bullpen starter and he goes out and throws lights out for the first two innings You're not going to ride him. Tolly Tolly either gets in glory and and this is a different season with slightly different rules. But even in previous seasons when it had been a 162 game marathon Seems like the Rays would roll stats started out Ah, openers out there and they pitch an inning, maybe ending in Kane's If they got two solid out of them. They were definitely pulled. Um If a guy is a designated bullpen guy, and you know that you always use him for an inning or an inning and change, Max, you're not going to ask him to do that much more. Just because you've asked me to start the game. Yeah, It's just interesting to me. I always thought, you know, especially since they were in such a close playoff race with these, You know, the Marlins Mets that they might try to ride the guy the whole game or even burn him out and try to rely on their bullpen. Maybe you recuperate next, you know. 2 to 4 days, but it's just such a weird situation. I just don't know how to call it well. Ah, don't call it a bullpen game tomorrow because a Donna's Medina Will make his major league debut starting for the Phillies tomorrow, and it's not the same time as the Eagles. He's a He's a prospect, so he's gotta can't talk a good game, but nothing like making your major league debut. As your team is right in the middle of a wild card race with less than two weeks to go as well, We take care, Jodie. Good call Cody. Thank you. Appreciate you checking in anybody else wants checked in. Here's how you do it. Get on my phone lines 855 to 124227. You can tweet to show at Jodi McMahon Joo Do I m a M A n, but I prepared the telephone lines. I'd get back on him after the latest CBS Sports Update. There's Pete McCarty. Sports flash. All right, Joanie. The.

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"82 mile" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"82 mile" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Hudson comes back. Swinging ball slashed foul that shot right over to the Giants. Dugout on, uh It looks like it hit. Front edge of the roof of the dugout and shot straight downward. One ball and two strikes. That's it again. Kicks throws what went inside and he had to jump over that one that one boring in on his feet. To just get his front foot the right foot out away and looking at the replay from the side. He didn't get anything out of the way. In time. He got everything out of the way after the war had already passed him. It was supposed to be back foot slider, but not literally a back foot supposed down out the strike zone and towards the back foot trying to hit him Now it almost did you in to the counter here's to the plate. And he's off the outside with the off speed pitch Ball. Three challenge right here you don't want to do is set a table with walks early in this game to make up. Okay, did not face Hudson in Game three in San Francisco. He was not playing the games there. He has faced him in the past. When he was with the Brewers in the National League. He's 248 lifetime against him. 32 pitch lowball for becomes the first runner of the game. Here comes the hot hitting Lorenzo Cain to the plate. No score one on one out of the last of the first, certainly some unexpected aspect of the Giants. In this World Series in the first place, starting with most of the baseball world was shocked that the Giants got here shocked that they even beat the Washington nationals in the first round of the division series. But here they are. His Hudson throwing and he's just off the inside with breaking ball, one ball and no strike. But the other shock is Jackson in the World Series on DH player named Kane. Getting a lot of headlines is not Matt Cain. And it's still kind of boggles the mind that Giants could be in the World Series, and Matt came not being a big part of it. Lorenzo Cain, meanwhile, has been a revelation. So the first by Hudson and back to the bag is okay. Loki had 17 stolen bases during the regular season in the World Series. The Royals have only stolen one base against the Giants. Here's the pitch Kane Takes off the inside. It's two times, Hudson tried to throw some fade a fastball that read into the hands of Ren's OK, get him on that inside corner, but so far he's been very selective. That's the one thing has been impressive about his world. Siri's Is he stayed in the strike zone. He has not changed out of the zone very often. Cane, hitting 3 18 during the World Series to know pitch ground ball to third over the field. Pablo the 2nd 1 panic over the first, not in time. Kane a very fast runner. He might even have broken his bat hitting That one did not hit it that hard, Not hard enough to double him up. It was a great pitch. He read that right of his bat. And indeed he did. Break the pat. What a beautiful sound. That is Just not enough ground ball to get get came despite a nice strong throw from both Sandoval. No panic and second on the pitch. So Hudson stand on the inside corner. Finally in a Tuo County finally got came to get after it, and he ran the ball right off his back. So two down and there's the left handed hitting cleanup man, Eric Hosmer. Kozberg. Another who has excelled in this postseason for Kansas City. No score in the game to down and the pitch to miss changed that bottom 82 miles an hour in the cat is on one Cosmo, Like a lot of young hitters. I think he looks fastball until he absolutely has to get off it in a two strike count, even then, sometimes he gets his hard stuff. Guys we're has hit 2 92 in the World Series, but 3 77 in the postseason overall. Six feet four inches tall, a lot of power runner at first felt on the bag with it. There's a fastball high and tight that spins him around. It's a ball in a strike. It's another thing he'll do is he'll dive out there on that outside corner tall hitter get long arms, and he could definitely extend past the outside corner and beyond, and he jumps out their team's pitcher there. Specially guys with sink like Hudson has movement running away from him. Giants playing hospital Pull second basement panic shaded several steps over the whole toward first Crawford well over toward the middle of short, the pitch and a check swing foul bouncing. Off to the right over toward Billy Butler, who's on deck and it's one ball and two strikes. Hitters hate that they had to check his swing and get a foul ball. You're gonna get a foul ball or any strike. They like to get a rip off. Especially big guys with power like hospital can hit the ball as far as anybody in all of baseball. That's how strong this guy is. Judge outfield very deep for Ha's birth sort of all over third. He's 35 feet off the line. There goes Cain. The pitch taken and it's taken for Strike three and the inning is over. Posey went ahead through the ball down to second base, but it was already Over. So Osborne, quite looking with came running in the first inning is in the books and Tim Hudson passes the test. He's got command of this stuff came on to the second chance coming up with Pablo Pence and Brandon about It's Game seven of the 2014 World Series on KNBR 1045 and 6 80 These sports leader She's the flagship of Giants Knbr s and Francisco, please. S'mores Lear are KNBR classic continues with a night Bumgarner came out of the bullpen in Kansas City. Game seven of the 2014 World Series on KNBR, 1045 and six. The sports leader sponsored by Dignity Health, the official healthcare provider of the San Francisco Giants, Number two from Kansas City in both pictures,.

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"Americans directly and indirectly affected by it joining unite now is Ken Cuccinelli deputy secretary of homeland security senior official with the trump administration performing the duties of the director US citizenship and immigration which is ice and deputy director Cuccinelli welcome again to the bill Cunningham show in can how are you I'm good how are you bill I'm doing well along this is an issue that's a hot button issue for many American sanctuary cities in the Attorney General now is either preparing a will file lawsuits against major cities and states that refuse to enforce federal law can you talk about the status of illegal immigration in America today and what the trump administration is seeking to do well obviously in twenty nineteen we saw extraordinary traffic of illegal immigrants at the border the president put a wide array of programs in place to live bring that down and we've successfully brought it down from a hundred and forty plus thousand to below forty thousand last month and we're here now headed into what I'll call immigration season is it in the the winter and spring and so the all those programs are gonna be tested again and all of this is you know it's it's incumbent on us within the country to do away with the attractions to people to come here illegally and you mentioned sanctuary cities obviously people employing folks illegally would be another one that we're also going after the president's been very firm about the the the fact that this is a priority for me as far as the wall of the southern border I know in the new budget the president wants to add about a thousand miles but some activists have said there is a wall on the southern border which is Mexico and the Mexican army because of the present is now going to enforce federal law how important is it to have the Mexicans not working as a pass through which previous administrations Republicans and Democrats have not addressed how important is it for Mexico to stop illegal immigration from Central America at its southern border so it is absolutely been a critical element of the improvement over the last year and and look Mexico is exerting its own sovereignty but let's make no mistake about it there muscular efforts in that regard have helped drive the numbers down in our southern border Mexico is doing more to fight illegal immigration coming to the United States and the congresses and that's a sad state of affairs but it is a great partnership with Mexico and as far as what's happening politically the Democrats want open borders they want all the fringe benefits and all the social benefits available to any elite when the country what would occur if come November the third the Democrats actually something dramatic occurs and the president's thrown out of office you're going to have Bernie Sanders someone like that is the president Nancy Pelosi's is Baker at Chuck Schumer's the Senate Senate Majority Leader and gets rid of the sixty vote role so they can do whatever they want what would happen I I guess you'd be gone come January the nineteenth of next year well what happened was wide open borders full benefits of medical care what would happen to America well I mean we saw a taste of a we're not a wide open border but a massive numbers coming over last may June July and August and so forth absolutely buried our border communities I'm not just talking about the people right on the border I'm talking about one two three four counties deep in the nearby biggest cities they were inundated and you know if people want to invite that kind of traffic without policing it you're going to get all the results of it including increased traffic of drugs you're gonna see more kidnapping you're gonna see more violent crime is a border security is national security and president trump's been very clear about that and part of the reason I think you won't have to worry about that come next November is because he's been doing such a good job at it and ten year of Virginia and course that's the headquarters of the old confederacy and I I step back from this and I'm saying now you can't have a functioning society if federal law doesn't apply in cities like in Cincinnati we have we're supposedly sanctuary city and fact the large blue states are century states and century city for a friend the eighteen twenties thirties forties fifties just before the civil war the Democrats in the south said we're not going to force federal law in America that sparked the civil war that resulted in the death of six hundred thousand brave Americans and now jumped ahead to the nineteen fifties and sixties there were Democrats in the major cities in the south who said you know what we're not going to force federal I did on James Meredith and others at the time going back and I'm on about six seven years ago university of Mississippi and what what governor fob instead in Arkansas and so the Democrats then jumping forward fifty or sixty years so we're not going to force federal law and right now in America we have large states and cities that says federal law doesn't apply here it's anarchy so what about Democrats in the confederacy this so we're not going to force federal law and then many years later lynchings many years later you had the creation the Ku Klux Klan by the Democrats and then jumping ahead of the nineteen twenties when the Democrats with the roads on our marching around Washington the end of the fifties and sixties a Democrat said federal law doesn't apply here do you see a connection and the cities and states that now say federal law doesn't apply in California in New York City and Boston and Cincinnati Chicago Detroit Cleveland we're not going to force federal law is not the recipe for anarchy so it's it's certainly is a recipe for the complete collapse of public safety in those communities and you know it is always been the operating assumption of law enforcement every level without even thinking about it they just cooperate with one another and all of the examples you cite are or the universe of examples where politics was injected into law enforcement and they've all been ugly chapters in our history and this is the latest one and the the the people who were suggesting this is a good course to go they know very well it isn't a good course to go there waving a political flag for their own personal political benefit all of the sacrifice of the safety of their communities and that is a something president trump has told us we we can we won't tolerate we can't tolerate it's why you see our response to things like new York's green light laws where they cut us off from basic information we need to enforce the law and so new Yorkers are no longer in all our trusted traveler programs they can wait in line with the rest of the schmucks and you know and and you see DOJ filing suit against king county there around Seattle because they don't want us to use their airport to deport people what we're going to use the airport to the poor people as we enforce federal law so that that's the way that goes and we're fighting back you see the DHS you see the DOJ and you you obviously see all of this flowing from the leadership of the president now how safe is this is one thing when I talk to US marshals and others they tell me the safest place to arrest an illegal alien criminal is in a courthouse or in a jail it's not really say yeah explain explain why they say that yeah it's in the it's in the jail because you're doing what what we would call a custodial hand off so you you're going from a contained detention facility where the the defendant is disarmed and has been observed so everybody knows that he's in physically safe condition handed off from one authority to another you can't do it anymore controlled and safe for everyone including the defendant by the way and that any other circumstance invites the potential for mail is up to you just a couple of days ago we had to ice agents who were assaulted doing their job in New York and you know surrounded by a crowd both hospitalized now they did their job today they got their man so to speak but at the same time that kind of response happened right on the city street and you on those instances when that can be avoided by handing people off from one law enforcement agency to another in a controlled environment like a jail that is literally the safest it can be for every single person involved every single one so how do you respond to the mainstream media that says you're arresting my mothers and children they've committed no crime except entering the country illegally you have to marshal your services you're in charge of vice you're in charge of all this in the entire United States of America Ken Cuccinelli so how do you respond to the Democrats who say well you're arresting people that shouldn't be arrested well course you just describe people who did break the law this is the first thing they did when coming here and if if that's the level of respect they have for our law you know if we're going to continue to be a nation of laws and not of men and and we're not gonna just implement whimsical decisions of foolish politicians we're going to enforce laws than those types of actions are going to continue to need to be taken by ice and by the department of homeland security and we're going to do that under this president two other issues one is drugs illegal drugs fat no one here one the other one is human trafficking generally of younger girls yeah we had a functioning southern border which the president and you are working toward what impact would that have on heroin slash bad Noel and also the trafficking human trafficking what impact without it because a lot of times in churches when I attend Catholic mass it's all about sadly open borders letting people land and welcoming the immigrant but in reality what happens on the southern border and in those two areas drugs and Uman traffic well first of all a lot of people one in separate all these things and I I hear to Amman from the left wingers who want to you know do the open borders are sure we want to fight terrorism but we don't want to do these things well I got news for you the same pipelines that carry weapons arms terrorist drugs also smuggle human beings they're the same people running the same sending running the same illegal pipelines to traffic in all of those different things you fight the mall or you fight none of them and it is under president trump were fighting them all and in fact how many human lives can be saved and how many girls and young boys can be safe from sexual human trafficking if we have a functioning southern border in the numbers and hundreds of thousands or millions we're saving well you know the the numbers as best we can tell last year when people were coming up in such huge numbers was that about thirty percent of women and children were abused just on the journey to say nothing of the people who were killed because they didn't pay one last tree or to the plaza bosses on the other side of the border or the drug cartels that are running the that have dominance over these pipelines hill all of that's going on all the way through and into the United States and it's hard to see in your community but it's in the air everywhere it's why commissioner Morgan of the C. B. P. calls every town a border town the those drugs come to your town those trafficked individuals come to your town and in its the same gangs the MS thirteen the Latin kings eighteen street working with the same Mexican drug cartels that are making money off all those people's misery so I think Democrats knowing that young girls and boys are being raped and a sexual bondage to to the tune of millions over a course of a couple years and this made to move an error would be very cognizant of the fact that we have a functioning southern border it's going to save the lives of innocent children you would think they care about that well there's a clear willingness to sacrifice a lot of people to to the political virtue signalling and and what I think or some people's long term goals of of just amnesty with the expectation that they're importing votes so you know will will we have a different view we have a view that says if you want to change the laws you need to do it in Congress and get a president to sign the bill and otherwise we're going to enforce them as they are and by doing that we keep America safe we keep individual communities like Cincinnati safe and we and we maintain national security all of those things go hand in hand border security is national security now lastly do you feel like you're beating up a little bit politically by your in what you're in Washington your head of ice and you came from Virginia you were the AG there'd do you feel every day you got to fight simply to enforce federal law because it's not very popular and the primary season no question we have to do that and that you know we don't really care what season it is but but you know the mainstream media is basically lock stock and barrel in with the political last and I'm talking about the radical left get rid of the borders right all of it and you know that is that's not where this trend they came from its not why he got elected the American people elected him to do a job with respect to the border and we're doing that we're building more wall every day and we're we're fighting the states and localities that that are trying to impose barriers to enforcing the laws and deporting people who are here illegally and keeping us on safe and easy DOJ taking the fight into the into the court rooms as well all across the country and that kind of unified effort is exactly what the president has directed us to do and we're going to keep pushing it right through twenty twenty and beyond I can Cuccinelli good luck and good job and keep doing what you're doing and god god help us all if the president loses this November is going to change everything but once again Ken Cuccinelli thank you for coming on the bill Cunningham show in your great American thank bill good to be with you god bless you let's continue with more it's his fight is our fight and it goes through the entire system imagine federal judges who think like Ruth Bader Ginsburg when these things come up for constitutional scrutiny it's all part of the same system so let's continue with more of a line becomes available seven four nine seven thousand or pounds seven hundred the new eighteen T. bill coming in the great American live everyday your home of the Reds newsradio seven hundred W. all of the items got Sloan and this is.

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