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"austin patrick" Discussed on First Take

First Take

06:25 min | 3 months ago

"austin patrick" Discussed on First Take

"There. You give him four years. I can get it okay. That that's fair but that that requires trust. And what i'm saying to you. Is that when you're in court wildlands position. I personally believe you have an obligation to be more than just a great player. You gotta be a leader. You gotta be the face of a franchise. If lebron james pulled up portion of the stuff that violated his pull. Do you never hear all over him. We would crucify him. It's a shame and kendrick perkins was right when he said that it's a shame that collide linnet has flown under the radar and has gotten away with some of the stuff that he's gotten away with in hijacking the clippers organization. But stephen i think part of that is how he lays low you know. He's not on social media doesn't talk much so he can't reminder people's radars you know i just wanna mention one thing guys. He is just thirty still. I mean when we're talking about guys step solar katie's older than i mean. We know the laker. So he's a star. He's a superstar talent. The talent and a champion. I'm just talking about when you talk about building a culture long-term you can't have young guys around constantly seeing that stuff you take off when you want you play when you want in all of this other stuff. That's not a good thing to build around. Hey i'm really care. Rose and you're listening to the first take podcast. Brook ball is almost here. In draftkings the official daily fantasy partner of the nfl is giving you a shot to turn big plays into even bigger prizes. Introducing new instant win challenge from draftkings wildcards. Download the draftkings that now to claim your first wild card for free. There's up to fifty million dollars worth of prizes up for grabs with one and four winning instantly. It's easy download the app to claim your first wild car which will reveal either weekly player challenges or instant win prizes. Like tickets to the super bowl. One in four went instantly. 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What is a few things that could stop the bucks. A lot of people think kansas city. I would say long before that. I think you've got the los angeles rams like we've talked about with matthew staff and now is their quarterback With some of the requisite weapons that they have and and robin woods and kupa cup in those boys are not lost cam acres That was a that was a loss but They had another running back here that rest for over six hundred yards. And you've got that and they've got one of the best defences the entire national football league in an absolute stud aaron donald so i think the combination of all of those leaves them is incredibly formidable. We can't forget. The green bay packers. Because rogers can't make all of this noise being that bad man he is. He can't make all of this noise in the off season and then come in and wet the bed disease it because i think it would validate everything that the green bay packers hinted at when they drafted jordan love. So yeah he kind of you know napalm net nonsense by going out there and putting forth an mvp season but now the this off season the and so he's going to be just as motivated as he wasn't a pass because he's got to show that he didn't make all of this noise for nothing he can't attach any validity to what green bay tried to put out about him about his days being numbered. So i think we gotta pay attention to green bay. I think we've got to pay attention to obviously los angeles. I can't sniff at san francisco. Because i think the defense is going to be back on track. And whether this jimmy garoppolo or trade nance i think they'll be in the mix and of course russell wilson seattle so agassi all of those things being a potential impediment to tampa bay success. Even though i clearly have tampa bay is favorites to come out of the nfc. I think look are the packers and and sure the rams are they threats to the bucks. Absolutely they are but if you ask me what's the thing that can stop the box. I got to choose one. I'm going to take the kansas city chiefs boring right. That's what everyone would say the chiefs. But i'm going to do it. The most spectacular player in the super bowl last year meeting the guy you'll remember his actual plays from that super bowl. Was the losing quarterback. Who's the guy mystically didn't look like the guy who is running for his life on every play. Remember both tackles were missing both three offensive. Linemen started we're gone as a result he was facing patrick. Mahomes more pressure on each snap than any player in the super bowl ever live pressured on a higher percentage of snaps than anyone ever and of course they only had to bring enough to bring any extra guys and so no one was ever open and yet the home doing super human thing what he was doing now the chiefs through in the austin patrick mahomes have to go round waving around. You better get offense line. No tape brought in orlando brown. Who's an elite left tackle. They shot signed jo. Tony who is an elite left guard. They brought in blyth from the rams stephen as from your rams who's competing among some other candidates to play at center remers still on the right. They'd completely revamped their offensive line at the highest possible level. The chiefs are the ones who pose the biggest threat because they have patrick mahomes who has a great offensive line on paper now and an embarrassment of riches in.

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"austin patrick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:15 min | 5 months ago

"austin patrick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"America's listening Fox News K LBJ News Time 702 Good morning I'm Mark Caesar. Travis County grand jury has indicted and uber driver who says he had to defend himself against a protester armed with an AK 47 Travis County D a. Jose Garza says the grand jury indicted Sergeant Daniel Perry for murder and aggravated assault for the shooting. Death of armed Black Lives matter. Protester Garrett Foster is well A judge to place conditions on Berry, noting he's already bonded out of jail. We have policies in our office that require prosecutors to request from a judge that they order people who commit acts of violence, particularly with firearms to surrender their firearms. That, for example, is a condition that we will be requesting in this case. Garza says. More requests could follow as this case moves forward. John Cooley. NewsRadio Kale BJ, Defense attorney for Sergeant Perry is Clint Broden is confident that his client will be cleared. We're disappointed, but I think this was a D a driven outcome, and I think ultimately, when it goes to trial, with a different standard of proof and the ability to defend ourselves, the outcome will be a lot different. A city owned motel is preparing to take in dozens of homeless days in Ah 9 35 is currently being cleaned, sanitized and made ready for its new residents. 55 people who have been living on the street will be Moved into the motel and be housed there for the time being. The Days Inn had been in use as one of Austin's covid isolation facilities. But as of next month, it will reopen as a bridge shelter, which the city says means it's a temporary place for people to live. While they're being transitioned into a permanent housing situation. The shelter has a $4.2 million annual operating costs and will become the second bridge shelter in use in Austin. Patrick Osborne. NewsRadio Kale BJ, The city of Boston is not saying which sites remain in the running to be designated homeless camps. City Council member Kathy Toivo says they've narrowed the list to to I don't know what those sites are. But I certainly look forward to hearing that information when the staff have finished their vetting process. 704 at K LBJ Here's Austin's on time traffic with Don Prior. Looking pretty good out there right now, folks, just the normal stuff You need to be aware of North found out 35.

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"austin patrick" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

03:51 min | 5 months ago

"austin patrick" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"They don't definitely available on apple device. So and you know. This is apples Secret sauce is it works better. If you just only own apple things which i think is a little bit of a tough sell given how expensive apple things are but That's kind of what they've done all along And it's a little harder. I would guess for somebody like google because you know people have android might have As you do a samsung device in and google device in l. g. device in an. At and t. device and so forth and so on so I the only one. I know of his. At and t. And you're right. It's not perfect. It works better with an iphone An apple ipad but Yeah it's pretty pretty reliable that way but if you think about it that makes sense. Because they're all kind of talking to one another easily right. Yeah well. I thought i'd give it a try listening. Somebody will call and let us know. I'll do it. Thanks thanks oh yeah forgot about t. mobile's digits. That's right. let me let me let me look at that. I forgot they have that service. I don't think it's quite the same thing. All your numbers one device so Let's his customers. Use the same phone number across multiple devices. Yeah okay. so that's that's t. mobile's digits service. Digits can direct calls to a device like a second phone or even a pc. You don't have a sim card on those they've had that around for a while they unveil it In two thousand seventeen so Yeah i guess. The answer is t mobile. Does it as well does verizon. I don't know thank you To the chat room. T. mobile's Lefty came up with that one Patrick on the line from austin patrick. This is tom from medina county ohio. Hello tom hi leo. Happy father's day happy father's day. Tom could talk. I wasn't was i. The first person said that although my i'm still waiting to hear my daughter i've heard from my son still waiting to hear from my daughter. See if she remembers good. I haven't heard from my boys. I heard from my daughter. It's nice feeling isn't it. Yeah it's really nice. Yeah well i i first of all. I don't know what i think. Around ninety three or ninety four we in our cable system it was sitting the dining county. Also we had screensavers and yeah back then. That was the day one thousand nine hundred ninety eight through two thousand four. Did a show called the screen savers on tech. Okay well so. It was a little later when it started. Yeah okay well i was. I had it at my old. How he just put it this way. It was a long time ago. Tom well. I'm getting pretty old as him. I you know what's great is. I talked to people all the time. Full adults people in their thirties. Say i used to watch you when i was eleven and i I go oh. Yeah uh-huh i remem- remember. When i was seventeen i was in this horn. Rock and roll band and the other trumpet player was twenty three and i really thought he was funny. How your perspective changes isn't it. Yeah i'm saying the seventy year old old old old. I'm only sixty nine. Yeah exactly exactly all right. Well i'm i'm trying to help my daughter-in-law she's got an old. Hp tower and it says it's out of space. So i just wanna go ahead and put a new car drive in it..

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"austin patrick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"austin patrick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"CBS Austin Patrick dealer. He's the pallet business manager. He says. Each pop up shelter has heat A C. Electricity. It could be built in a matter of minutes. And there is the units go up in about a half hour each sheltering people, though the very same day they arrived on the site. I love this. Now. They say the fund raising to build 200 portable homes, which will service traditional homes, and it's going to be privately funded a $2 million Capital campaign. They're trying to fill that out. And the only reason that this group is able to do this the only reason that this group is able to put so many people into Ah, tiny home shelter it there at the Esperanza community is because The city of Austin has nothing to do with this. The city of Austin couldn't do this. If they were even part of it. It would never even get off the ground. No. And again. This is a $2 Million Capital campaign. What is it? What we paid for that first hotel, which I think we pay seven million? Yeah, we paid seven million. I think it was worse for people staying there. Yeah. This is very cool. They offer two of these little structures. One is 64 square feet, the other one's 100 Square feet. It's enough for someone to, you know, be able to stretch out at night and sleep and then I guess, you know, put the cot or sleeping bag up during the day, and they've got a head in there, man. It's like I saw the inside of its nice and it Z great play. They could lock the doors when the deeps of their stuff is not stolen. He doesn't give a little dignity. Slow cottage. It is and air conditioned, heated, very, very efficient. They're designed to last about 10 years. Esperanza, by the way, Translation Means hope I am I right about that. Hope. Hope. Yeah, So there you go. That's kind of cool. But you're right was that is that the same location that was camp rat there for a while that you know the space that Governor Greg Abbott provided. I think it is the very same location. And think about that they're doing there. This group has done more for the homeless in Austin, Texas, then this city council has done in decades. It's his example What Alan Graham's been able to do with with his facility over there, and, yeah, it's much more efficient. It's gonna happen a lot faster. This is great and a hell of a lot cheaper. It's great. Yeah, it really is not the most ideal situation for any human being. But it sure is a whole lot safer and healthier than you. No living under a bridge. We had another tent fire. Yesterday morning under I 35 I think it was at 35 2 90 or something like that. Another fire. You know, someone probably had a fire lit in their tent trying to stay warm or whatever the deal, Wasps. Yeah, you know, come on that that is far from ideal. Is this ideal for a permanent situation? No, no, but it's It's about 99%. They're good God, it keeps him safe and warm and dry and and healthy, clean. It's called the other ones found. Look that up real quick, the other one's foundation and has been you know, they've been on site since August, providing services for those living there on the kind of help do some community building activities. So you know the folks, they're out there. The people that are living there the folks that live there are actually helping us, you know, set these homes up and what's their goal? I mean, Well, the goal was to get people out of the elements. They say, sometimes the temperature out there on that asphalt where they have tents set up on pallets. You know, get to be about 150 degrees is terrible. The other one's foundation. I would assume there's a donation button on their Web site, right? Yeah. Yeah, it is. Let's see, it's two found. Dot or g'kar that zoo strange, but but anyway, yeah, If you just Google the other one's foundation, they are a non profit that provides extremely low bearer barrier employment case management and humanitarian aid to people experiencing homelessness in Austin, Texas, you go, so check it out. Yeah. I mean, I love this concept. Huh? I don't know what the city thinks they're doing buying these hotels that net now they're having to retrofit to make work with millions and millions and millions of dollars were $2 million for this project is gonna house and you're 10. I think the City Council's looking ahead. You know, they keep on restricting businesses. They wanted to go to 25% capacity of these restaurants. We may have. We may have a lot Maura, homeless people in our homeless community very soon as result of the City Council's action. You're listening to the best of Todd and don on news, radio, K o b. J Hey, everybody..

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"austin patrick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"austin patrick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The asphalt gets up to 150 degrees in the summer. It's flat, and there's no drainage, so it flash floods. So these units gonna go up in about half an hour each on be sheltering people the same day that we arrive on site to get people up out of these tents and into something that is safe and also dignified. Yeah, they spoke with Kay I CBS Austin Patrick dealer. He's the pallet business manager. He says. Each pop up shelter has heat A C. Electricity. It could be built in a matter of minutes and very cool. The units go up in about a half hour each sheltering people, though the very same day they arrived on the site. I love this. Now. They say the fund raising to build 200 portable homes, which will service traditional homes, and it's going to be privately funded $2 million Capital campaign. They're trying to fill that out. And the only reason that this group is able to do this. The only reason that this group is able to put so many people into Ah, tiny home shelter it there at the Esperanza community is because the city of Austin has nothing to do with this. The city of Austin couldn't do this. If they were even part of it. It would never even get off the ground. And again. This is a $2 Million Capital campaign. What is it? What we paid for that first hotel, which I think we pay seven million? Yeah, we paid seven million. I think it was us Four people staying there. Yeah, yeah. This is very cool. They offer two of these little structures. One is 64 square feet, the other one's 100 square feet. It's enough for someone to, you know, be able to stretch out at night and sleep and then I guess, you know, put their cod or sleeping bag up during the day, and they've got bad in there, man. It's like I saw the inside of it's nice, and it's Zagreb play. They could lock the doors when they keep so their stuff is not stolen. Give a little dignity so little cottage it is and air conditioned, heated. Very, very efficient. They're designed to last about 10 years. Esperanza, by the way, Translation means hope I am I right about that. Hope, hope so. There you go. That's kind of cool. But you're right was that is that the same location that was camp rat there for a while that you know the space that Governor Greg Abbott provided. I think it is the very same location. And think about that they're doing there. This group has done more for the homeless in Austin, Texas, then this city council has done in decades. It's his example What Alan Graham's been able to do with with his facility over there, and, yeah, it's much more efficient. It's gonna happen a lot faster. This is great and a hell of a lot cheaper. It's great. Yeah, it really is not the most ideal situation for any human being. But it sure is a whole lot safer and healthier than you. No living under a bridge. We had another tent fire. Yesterday morning under I 35 I think it was at 35 2 90 or something like that. Another fire. You know, someone probably had a fire lit in their tent trying to stay warm or whatever the deal, Wasps. Yeah, you know, come on that that is far from ideal. Is this ideal for a permanent situation? No, no, but it's It's about 99%. They're good God, it takes some safe and warm and dry and and healthy, clean. It's called the other one's fun. Look that up real quick, the other one's foundation and has been you know, they've been on site since August, providing services for those living there on the kind of help do some community building activities. You know the folks, they're out there, The people that are living there the folks that live there are actually helping us, you know, set these homes up and what's their goal? I mean, Well, the goal was to get people out of the elements. They say, sometimes the temperature out there on that asphalt where they have tents set up on pallets. You know, get to be about 150 degrees is terrible. The other one's foundation. I would assume there's a donation button on their Web site, right? Yeah, and yeah, it is. Let's see, it's two found. Dot or g'kar that zoo strange, but but anyway, yeah, If you just Google the other one's foundation, they are a non profit that provides extremely low bearer barrier employment case management and humanitarian aid to people experiencing homelessness in Austin, Texas, you go, so check it out. Yeah. I mean, I love this concept. Uh, I don't know what the city thinks they're doing buying these hotels that the net Now they're having to retrofit to make work with millions and millions and millions of dollars were $2 million for this project is gonna house and your people. I think the City Council's looking ahead. You know, they keep on restricting businesses. They wanted to go to 25% capacity of these restaurants. We may have. We may have a lot more homeless people in our kill homeless community very soon, as result of the City Council's action, See, this is gonna be a lot of We're appealing to the homeless as well, because they can have their own little space versus you know it. I assume at those homeless hotels, they might have to double up with somebody else. And you know this is this would be a lot more appealing to me. That's for sure. I got you, man. Listen a little place. It is 6 24. You could jump in here at 51283605 90. Yeah, the state run homeless camp there in Southeast Austin. It's getting ah, Syria's of new tiny homes. The other one's teaming up with the Seattle based company to get him all built and Donald Montgomery lives in the camp. He tells Kay Xia the tiny homes they're huge upgrade from just, you know, a flimsy tent. It preserves human dignity. It helps keep the mess down. It's just a very much a win win. I believe the plan is to construct 202 100 of these tiny homes for the camps. Residents. It's estimated about 150. People currently live at that state camp. Yeah, that's Esperanza. I think that's great man. How do you to you? And once again Mayor Adler Gracchus are stay the hell away from this man. You guys would just screw it up. Seems everything you touch. You just screw up. We already gave you $80 million to deal with the homeless. But yet the problem just seems to get worse and get bigger. Yeah, it's the fund. What are we going to see a return on our investment in saving lives and giving them some dignity on our streets? I don't know It's hard. It's hard to think it's gonna happen when all we see is a problem that's getting worse. But This would change. This would change something for somebody overnight. Very fast and again. They get these things up in about a half hour. I think they must be kind of prefab to preach constructed in a warehouse somewhere, and then you know, it's easier to set up right. But, yeah, they're actually using the folks that live there to set him up. I think that is also very nice. You were listening to the best of Todd and don on news, radio, K O B. J. Commercial from, isn't it? About time you got back to favorite pastimes. Two main streets lined with charming shops and cafes get back to historic downtown's.

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"austin patrick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"austin patrick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"That lived there, creating these little tiny, tiny homes and they're very easy to put up, you know, very easy to install, and basically their goal is to give them a roof over their heads. Humanitarian crisis. What's what's happening? You know, I mean, The asphalt gets up to 150 degrees in the summer. It's flat, and there's no drainage, so it flash floods. So these units gonna go up in about half an hour each on be sheltering people the same day that we arrive on site to get people up out of these tents and into something that is safe. And also dignified. Yeah, they spoke with Kay I CBS Austin Patrick dealer. He's the pallet business manager. And he says each pop up shelter has heat A C. Electricity. It could be built in a matter of minutes. And there is the units go up in about a half hour each sheltering people the very same day they arrived on the site. I love this. Now. They say the fund raising to build 200 portable homes, which will service traditional homes, and it's going to be privately funded a $2 million Capital campaign. They're trying to fill that out. And the only reason that this group is able to do this the only reason that this group is able to put so many people into Ah, tiny home shelter it there at the Esperanza community is because the city of Austin has nothing to do with this. The city of Boston couldn't do this. If they were even part of it. It would never even get off the ground. And again. This is a $2 Million Capital campaign. What is it? What we paid for that first hotel, which I think we pay seven million? Yeah, we paid seven million. I think it was us Four people staying there. Yeah, yeah. This is very cool they offer to of these little structures. One is 64 square feet, the other one's 100 Square feet. It's enough for someone to, you know, be able to stretch out at night and sleep. And then I guess, you know, put their cod or sleeping bag up during the day, and they've got bad in there, man. It's like I saw the inside of its nice and it Z great play. They could lock the doors when the deeps of their stuff is not stolen. He doesn't give a little dignity. So little cottage. It is and air conditioned, heated. Very, very efficient. They're designed to last about 10 years. Esperanza, by the way, Translation means hope I am I right about that. Hope, hope so. There you go. That's kind of cool. But you're right was that is that the same location that was camp rat there for a while that you know the space that Governor Greg Abbott provided. I think it is the very same location. I think about that. We're doing. This group has done more for the homeless in Austin, Texas, then this city council has done in decades. It's his example What Alan Graham's been able to do with with his facility over there, and, yeah, it's much more efficient. It's gonna happen a lot faster. This is great and a hell of a lot cheaper. It's great. Yeah, it really is not the most ideal situation for any human being. But it sure is a whole lot safer and healthier than you. No living under a bridge. We had another tent fire yesterday morning under I thought Five. I think it was at 35 2 90 or something like that. Another fire. You know, someone probably had a fire lit in their tent trying to stay warm or whatever the deal, Wasps. Yeah, you know, come on that that is far from ideal. Is this ideal for permanent situation? No, no, but it's It's about 99%. They're good God, it takes him safe and warm and dry and and healthy Leave. It's called the other one's fun. Look that up real quick, the other one's foundation and has been you know, they've been on site since August, providing services for those living there. On the kind of help do some community building activities. You know the folks, they're out there, The people that are living there. The folks that live there are actually helping us, You know, said these homes up and what's their goal? I mean, Well, the goal was to get people out of the elements. They say, sometimes the temperature out there on that asphalt where they have tents set up on pallets. You know, get to be about 150 degrees is terrible. The other one's foundation. I would assume there's a donation button on their Web site, right? Yeah, and yeah, it is. Let's see, it's two found. Dot or g'kar that zoo strange, but but anyway, yeah, If you just Google the other one's foundation, they are a non profit that provides extremely low bearer barrier employment case management and humanitarian aid to people experiencing homelessness in Austin, Texas, to go, so check it out. Yeah, I mean, I love this concept. Huh? I don't know what the city thinks they're doing buying these hotels that net now they're having to retrofit to make work with millions and millions and millions of dollars were $2 million for this project is gonna house and your people. I think the City Council's looking ahead. You know, they keep on restricting businesses. They wanted to go to 25% capacity of these restaurants. We may have. We may have a lot more homeless people in our kill homeless community very soon, as result of the City Council's action, See, this is gonna be a lot. We're appealing to the homeless as well, because they can have their own little space versus you know its dignity. I assume at those homeless hotels, they might have to double up with somebody else. And you know this is this would be a lot more appealing to me. That's for sure. I got you, man. Listen a little place. It is 6 24. You could jump in here at 51283605 90. Yeah, the state run homeless camp there in Southeast Austin. It's getting ah, Syria's of new tiny homes. The other one's teaming up with the Seattle based company to get him all built and Donald Montgomery lives in the camp. He tells Kay Xia the tiny homes they're huge upgrade from just, you know, a flimsy tent. It preserves human dignity. It helps keep the mess down. It's just a very much a win win. I believe the plan is to construct 202 100 of these tiny homes for the camps. Residents. It's estimated about 150. People currently live at that state camp. Yeah, that's Esperanza. I think that's great man. How do you to you? And once again Mayor Adler Gracchus are stay the hell away from this man. You guys would just screw it up. Seems everything you touch. You just screw up. We already gave you $80 million to deal with the homeless. But yet the problem just seems to get worse and get bigger. Yeah, it's the fund. What are we going to see a return on our investment in saving lives and giving them some dignity on our streets? I don't know It's hard. It's hard to think it's gonna happen when all we see is a problem that's getting worse. But This would change. This would change something for somebody overnight. Very fast and again. They get these things up in about a half hour. I think they must be kind of prefab to preach constructed in a warehouse somewhere, and then you know, it's easier to set up, right. But, yeah, they're actually using the folks that live there to set him up. I think that is also very nice. It is 6 26 here in K. L. B. J Stay with us. Got the top stories coming up in just four minutes. Right here on the chart of Don Shelf Todd and don show There's no better time than right now to take care of your health.

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"austin patrick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"austin patrick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Hey, LBJ News time. 7 30. Good morning, I'm Mark Caesar, Joe Biden Canal officially began the transition process. With federal funds. Emily Murphy, head of the General Services Administration, wrote a letter to the president elect, freeing up millions of dollars for the transfer of power. Murphy claims she was not pressured by anyone in the executive branch with regard to the substance and timing of her decision. So she did say she was seeing thousands of phone and online threats in an effort to coerce her into making the move prematurely. On Twitter. President Trump is vowing to keep up the good fight as legal challenges play out while thanking Murphy for steadfast dedication and loyalty to our country. Rachel Sutherland boxes. Major international airlines says Corona virus vaccines will be mandatory on all of its flights. Trainee in airline Qantas says passengers in the future will need to have been vaccinated against Cove. It 19 if they want to fly for international travelers that we will ask people to have the vaccination before they can get on The aircraft. CEO Alan Joyce says his company is looking at changing its terms and conditions. And he expects rivals to follow are talking to my colleagues in order airlines around the globe, and I think it's going to be a common team across the board, he says. Details are still being worked on. But one proposal is for an electronic document verifying someone's vaccination status. Simon OH, in Fox News of Congress, business owners brace for a rough holiday season resident of the South Congress Merchant Association. Brandon Hodge is not mincing words when it comes to what he expects. I've been using the word bloodbath, he tells gave you they're about 120 businesses on South Congress, Almost All of whom depend on heavy foot traffic to cover very expensive rents. Without those customers, he's not very optimistic about the future of that area or the city. In general. We're going to see a lot of landmark and iconic business is going under because we just can't sustain the weight of the spending. According to sales tax numbers from the state comptroller, almost 1700 businesses have been lost in the past year here in Austin. Patrick Osborne. NewsRadio, Caleb EJ, You're Steve Adler says he got a chance to speak with Joe Biden promised relief coming directly to cities, which is important. We talked with him and the vice president elect about the potential tsunami of affections that happens when a fiction controls go away. And the mayor says he lent by no. There's a desperate need for more federal money. Warnings about rapid covert testing have ramped up in recent days. UT health chief medical officer Robert Leverenz is getting tested is better than not getting tested. But a negative test does not guarantee a clean bill of health shows whether or not you have the virus at the time the test was taken. It doesn't guarantee you won't have the virus. He says it could take up to two weeks for symptoms to present themselves, which could give people a false sense of security. 7 33. Here's Austin's on Time Traffic.

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KLBJ 590AM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"austin patrick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And on Wall Street stock futures down ahead of today's trading. America's listening to Fox News News. Time is now 802. Good morning on Mark Caesar. This update is brought to you by the folks at good feet dot com. Austin Public Schools report is 70% increase in students failing one arm or classes? A Esty says that's over 11,000 students failing in the first six weeks of online learning a s details, cave you It's working with principals, teachers and parents. To provide extra help to those failing students. It looks more likely that Austin will move forward with demolishing police headquarters downtown Alex Gale with the real estate Services Department says this will be a two step process with the first being a needs assessment of the Austin Police Department locations need to be found for them what their parking looks like, and that also any sort of storage equipment. That assessment may take eight weeks to complete. Heavy input will also be sought. Then Gail says, Step two would be nailed. Down new locations. The city also still needs to determine whether a beady needs just one central location or multiple locations across Austin. Patrick Osborne news radio cable BJ U. S. Secretary of housing Dr Ben Carson visits Austin Secretary Dr Ben Carson says housing first solutions like an Austin might not be the best approach, you know, just putting them under a roof in many cases doesn't do the job, particularly if they have addiction problems, he says. Self sufficiency is their top priority. One address. Homelessness, things like employment training. Job placement go a lot further lifting someone out of poverty, Carson says. They are also supporting a more flexible way for local governments to tackle the problem. John Cooley. NewsRadio kale, BJ KGB takes another.

"austin patrick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"austin patrick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Of Ah, elect to department head is If they screw up in the first year of being your department head, you're stuck with them for three more years. There's no other way to get rid of him. There's no guarantee this recommendation will appear before the City Council but fled again says he welcomes toe brainstorming happening as part of work to reform the Austin Police Department in Austin. Patrick Perez TV news, All right, so this idea comes from Nathan White. He is a member of the Austin Human Rights Commission. And I just noticed a few minutes ago in the Twitterverse if he endorses Jimmy Flanigan as his council member, which is an ethics violation, by the way is a human rights commission. Sounds like plan against Main goal with the police chief is to be able to our what whatever this position would be called eyes. The goal for him is to be able to get rid of him. Maybe that's a number. That's it. That is the number one goal for Jimmy Flying through. Why? Well, Nathan whites number one goal is to Ah, totally disband the Austin Police Department. Of course it is on and that's not my words. Those are his words in the Twitterverse this morning, Nathan White. Disband the police. And then he says he supports Jimmy Flan. What a couple of morons just wondered, is Jimmy Flanagan feel the same way? Jimmy Flanagan needs to be asked you no question. Do you want to disband the A P. D. Rally 51236059 Todd and don show I want to tell you about.

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KLBJ 590AM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"austin patrick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Extreme reckless, dangerous and deadly immigration plan. But during the Democratic National Convention, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said of his party will reform our immigration system so that immigrants Yearning to breathe free. Will it last become American citizens. Biden's website says he's ready to end President Trump's policies of separating migrant families. Jill NATO Fox News date Later, Zehr challenging the Austin City councils cut of money for the police Haven't Greg Abbott is proposing new legislation that would freeze any cities property tax revenues if they decide to defund law enforcement. Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick calls Austin's decisions dangerous. We're going to pass legislation To be sure that it never happens again, and I hope that legislation in its final form will roll back what they've done. People of Austin and Texas deserved to be protected by their police. Recognizing the cries for change, Governor Abbott admits that is needed and it too will be debated in the next legislative session. But, he adds, it doesn't start with de funding. John Cooley. NEWSRADIO Kale BJ Williamson County judge is making a move that he says will protect the county from decisions made by the Austin City counts and Williams and County about 55,400. People live within Austin itself and due to the major budget man power cuts made to the Austin Police Department County Judge Bill Gravel is asking Governor Abbott for assistance from the DPS. It is clear the Austin City Council has abdicated their personal responsibility. To protect citizens and in turn, the citizens of Williamson County Rival says he has no interest in putting politics over public safety, and he wants the DPS working alongside the sheriff's office to fill in any gaps that may come from that vote out of Austin. Patrick Osborne news radio K LBJ 6 33. Here's Austin's on Time traffic with Don Prior. Really? All I'm seeing right now is North and 35. That's a usual delay. That usual buildup starting at around looks like around.

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KLBJ 590AM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"austin patrick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Moment to move to really transformational. Change. The city also lost lots of money because of the pandemic, And that means several big projects are on hold. That includes expanding the airport and convention center and at least 150 cultural organizations who lose funding from the city. The city says taxes will go up, but not by much. Homeowners could see an increase of only a dollar a month in taxes and fees, and all city employees could get in 2% raise. City Council members would take feedback on the plan for the next few weeks before voting on it next month in Austin. Patrick Perez TV news So there you go. You're only going to see that all tax increase. It's only a little bit. You should be a young man, The mayor says. It's the smallest increase we've ever had. Yeah, he's proud of that. They keep pile them up, though it looked bucks here, few bucks there few bucks there. They say we're going to cut here, but they had more. They're so sure. Sure. It'll be felt. Listen to greater Austin Crime Commission. They're pissed off. Well, I liked in their own words Coming up. It is 7 41 here. It K LBJ, Todd and don show So we all way always assume that our water is safe to drink that its no problems gotta be rights coming out of our faucets, So it's got to be good. You know what I had Pelican Water systems come out to my home and do a test on my water, which they can do for you as well. At no charge. Turns out our water is bit high and chlorine and folks over a period of years. That is bad news. That is not good. And so that's why you want to go with pelican Water systems that get us rid gets rid of that bad stuff in the water. They have a system for well, water, which is the advantage Salt system, which is very, very effective for getting all that bad stuff had a well water or the smart combo Pelican Smart combo for City water, which.

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KLBJ 590AM

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"austin patrick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Look att public safety measures as an impediment opening up America rather, we should look at them as the vehicle to opening up. America's listening to Fox News. They'll be Jay Newman's time is 802 Good morning. I'm Mark Cesar. Bar owners have filed a second lawsuit to overturn Governor Greg Abbot's order, closing all of the bars. The state and federal lawsuits want the bar's re opened. They also seek $10 million in damages. The governor closed all bars on Friday. You might have to wear a mask. We're up to another year. That's the latest recommendation from Health authority. Dr Mark S. God, who says Cove in 19 cases among the younger age groups or what our most concerning right now, especially because between 40 and 50% are infected with no visible symptoms. This is why mandatory masking is absolutely essential for us to control the disease. The recommendation also comes as the county's nearing stage five on the Cove in 19 risk chart. And Mayor Steve Adler considers it possible 35 days shut down once again for all non essential business in Austin, Patrick Osborne, NewsRadio, Kale, BJ or Steve Adler Hopes you stay home over the fourth of July. There is an extraordinarily important patriotic thing that we should all be doing real love our country. And if we love one another this July for it. The city has cancelled the big annual fireworks show. A man involved in a deadly street race gets 10 years probation cakes and reports. Blaker Patrick was street racing in Cedar Park. Two young boys were killed when the other racing vehicle had their mother's car. The driver of that vehicle, Michael Hammer, was sentenced to seven years in prison. Williamson County D a. Sean Dick tells Kxan Blake Kirkpatrick will do an unspecified amount of time in county jail, and he will Of his license suspended for one year. Leander issues a new order to slow Corona virus, Mayor Troy Hill says employees and customers in all businesses must remain six feet apart. And when that's not possible, a mask will be required it Saito for K LBJ. Here's Austin's on time Traffic with Melinda Brandt slowed traffic conditions on 35 North found between slaughter and Stassen, e and old for two about Cesar Chavez. Over on Mo Pack and North found the exit ramp to Far West is blocked due to a vehicle fire. And then we've got a collision with injuries reported over it. Spicewood Springs of Mesa, Drive Your next report today. 15 I'm Melinda Brant, with Austin's on time traffic. It will be very easy for the morning otherwise or rather cloudy and human day for today with a high getting up to 95 from the weather Center. I'm Kevin Snyder. 81 degrees Get Austin News on demand at news radio k LBJ dot com Hot and Done. Shang on a second. Marge, Don't go anywhere. Jangled Sat 512360 500 Here are Todd and done, Mark. You still got that audio with the mayor talking about being patriotic? You got that sound bites. Let's see here says It's patriotic to stay home this weekend. What do you know what that is? Do you want to hear that again? Yeah. Please play that are there is an extraordinarily important patriotic that we should all be doing every love our country. And if we love one another this July for steak Hold, please. So it's all about Mayor Adler. Shut the front door. Good grief hard. It's It's patriotic to stay home reading Light blue. I can't believe that's right is 805 And you found the tot of Don Show May an old man jumping here at 512836059 I don't think I've ever been more proud to be an American. As I am basically moment, I mean apiece If he's a man, that's true to his words, that Mayor shut the city down today, because if that's what you really want. Put it, you know, puts him back ball behind it, Mayor behind your words, If that's what you really want to do is shut us down. Then that's pretty much what you're saying. Stay home this weekend. Go anywhere. Don't spend any money. That's that's just ridiculous, man. What he said, is un American. 51283605 90. You heard the story A sorry the leading ST Louis City prosecutor is considering pressing charges against that Missouri lawyer couple that we're seeing, brandishing an AR 15 and a handgun at the protesters outside their mansion. Everybody's seen the videos. Everybody seemed the means that has followed. Mark McCloskey and his wife, Patricia. They were seen on multiple videos and photos Sunday evening with there are 15 and a handgun as these mote of these protesters that we came rioters Committed a felony and busted through a gate and started marching down the street while the comparable couple claim that they feared for their lives after the protesters allegedly broke down the gates into a private community and threatened to kill them in their pets. Yeah, The pair were the only ones to lodge an official Police report of this confrontation, citing threats of harm, and police said Monday that they that they would not be charged. Get the ST Louis Circuit attorney Kimberly Gardener announced just yesterday afternoon that she was working with police and prosecutors to investigate the lawyer for possible threats against the crowd. Here's what she had to say. Hello, Kimberly Gardener.

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"austin patrick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"austin patrick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Oregon last night any protesters calling for police to be funded in New York? City Council will cut the NYPD is budget by nearly a $1,000,000,000 in Atlanta. The fired officer charged with murder in the Ray Sharp Brooke. Shooting has been set free on bond vice president Pencil Go to Arizona today, one of the hardest hit states in the recent Corona virus surge that that the governor, closing bars and gyms and theaters. Wash your hands practice good hygiene. We're Mass America's listening to Fox News. Hail BJ News. Time is 702 Good morning. I'm Mark Cesar, bar owners and nightclub workers and owners rallied outside the capital. They're upset about the governor's order to close all of the bars. They were joined by Shelley Luther, the Dallas Salon owner, who was put in jail in May. The difference between you guys At a restaurant 11 bar owners are now suing in court to overturn Governor Abbot's order. A man involved in a deadly street race gets 10 years probation cakes and reports. Blake Kirkpatrick was street racing in Cedar Park. Two young boys were killed with the other racing vehicle hit their mother's car. The driver of that vehicle, Michael Hammer, was sentenced to seven years in prison. Williamson County D. A. Sean Dick tells cakes and Blake or Patrick will do an unspecified amount of time in county jail and he will have his license suspended for one year. Be prepared to wear a mask in Travis County for up to one more year. That's the latest recommendation from Health authority. Dr Mark S. God, who says Cove in 19 cases among the younger age groups or what our most concerning right now, especially because between 40 and 50% are infected with no visible symptoms. This is why mandatory masking is absolutely essential. For us to control the disease. The recommendation also comes as the county's nearing stage five on the Cove in 19 risk chart, and Mayor Steve Ather considers it possible 35 days shut down once again for all non essential business in Austin, Patrick Osborne News Radio K. L. B. J and Mayor Adler is worried about the fourth of July, causing another spike. There is an extraordinarily important Patriotic that we should all be doing. We love our country. And if we love one another this July for state home, and Adler says the city is doing its part by canceling the fireworks show 70 for K LBJ. Here's Austin's on time Traffic.

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"austin patrick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"austin patrick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To get waivers for those people this listing the box the LBJ news time is now eight oh two good morning mark Caesar this update is brought to you by Austin regional clinic the city of Austin says it's going to be a good neighbor with these hotels it's buying for the homeless to live in medical clinics or even food banks Matt illegal with the ending humanity homelessness coalition says services offered at these motels don't have to be exclusive to just almost a services certainly from healthcare perspective and from the support services perspective should be there to stand up the neighborhoods the city says it's respectful neighbor policy would require twenty four hour staffing by echo with twenty four hour security routine cleanings would be mandatory inside and out lawyering would be banned once again the city council's looking to similar policies in California and Oregon to use as a model here in Austin Patrick Osborne newsradio guilty J. city council votes tomorrow on a temporary freeze of the training of new police cadets city council member delisa Garces says it's worth it and it only affects one cadet class the cost of of possibly continuing a spread of alleged racism in our department is more than any monetary cost that it would cost to put a cadet class on a whole new report ranks Texas roads among the worst in America in two more affairs took into consideration the amount of money Texas spends per mile on roads Federal Highway Administration grading and the number of fatalities your journal coordinated this study for consumer affairs text has more miles of public roads in any other state in the country by a long shot although technically California is actually spending more on their hind Maryland in Massachusetts also spend well more Texas also leads the nation in the number of fatalities on ridge road with nearly four thousand and twenty seventeen at the capitol Chris fox news radio okay.

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KLBJ 590AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"austin patrick" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"North on I thirty five good she counted specifics on that so yeah I get ready that's gonna be a big slowdown dawn prayer with Austin's on time traffic a nice day today plenty of sunshine with a high of seventy five degrees from the weather center I'm head there's air this segment is in south Austin Patrick Osborne get Austin news on demand it news radio kill the J. dot com definitely I'm interested local news stay up to date on the latest stories what's going on locally would form through it all tell us what we need to live now since most iconic thank you very much six oh five time Jeffries and don prior eight and of course if you're caught in that accident up there in Williamson County northbound on I thirty five near county road three ten a semi trailer flipped on its side and apparently some other cars are involved as well if you get an eyewitness reports you will we'll just we'll throw you in the show here actually looks like two separate rex up there there's one before you get to that eighteen Wheeler accident right at one ninety five and then you get a kit through that then you've got the eighteen Wheeler wrecked their near FM three ten so yeah it's a mess northbound thirty five up towards Gerald and if you're caught in that mess feel free to call with your eyewitness reports at five one two eight three six zero five ninety so the public safety commission of Austin is urging the city council to freeze the Austin police academy it's item sixty six on the city council agenda coming up this Thursday and it says no new conduct classes may be initiated into a full on H. an investigation into racism allegations within the APD I don't.

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"austin patrick" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"austin patrick" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Susan my name is lance to have them call the I got your name from another parent is this is this a good time I'm not sure okay I'm I'm also appearance and I I I I don't want to bother you but I I I a wonder if you've heard the rumor going around that there is going to be some children are going to be pro testing Austin Patrick's day by dressing up as the double as dressing up as Satan have you heard about this you know I have heard about that yes okay well it is Susan I'm not overly religious but I'm religious enough to know that I do not want Mephistopheles than our schools I don't want to say it in our schools and I'm really bothered by this so my question number one what are we gonna do about Satan well if the email the school board has spoken about this with the fact that and I think you know this is just a rumor I don't think that we're actually going to have kids draft up you know as as Satan ask the devil it's really I've spoken to a lot of parents now about it and I think you know this is not really a serious concern for Susan I I I I I don't want to I don't want to but if you look on badgering you but I just I think I think it is that I've heard from enough people I don't think it's a rumor with all due respect I mean they're from what my understanding is there going to be coming I don't know if it's called the Shamrock shake or whatever they're going to be coming to the dance are wearing double costumes to the Saint Patrick's day dance or whatever they're having they're gonna be dressed up and throw testing I mean what are you guys going to do to ensure I mean are there going to be people are you going to be there to make sure that are in the third I think home dressed as Mr Mephistopheles so they're gonna be allowed in eight you know I think it's just at the discretion of when you know if if and when that happens I am not anticipating that children will actually be dressed up as if they were going to a Halloween dance it's not that kind of a dance we're just having a celebration it happens to be for Saint Patrick's day but it could be anything it's just so you know yeah the reason for kids to get together and dance so I really don't think this is something that you need to be concerned about well I I get it I mean I've seen Footloose I get it but I've just I'm just concerned of about the message that it will soon if there are children you know dancing around or in the front of the school in double costumes I mean what am I supposed to say to my child not you know what I mean I mean can't express themselves in all different kinds of ways and we have to accept that dress is Satan Susan dressed as Satan I just you know I mean I just it's a little much for me I mean I'm I'm pretty Lucy goosey I mean I'm I'm not real up tight but I mean horns and tails and stuff like that I just this is not we're not even talking about something that has happened this is a what if situation that you're addressing and I can't I cannot put any protocol into a fact because I don't know I cannot predict the future I know but what is the future includes the double I mean what are you going to do that I mean you know if there there are certain you guys have like a contingency plan I mean I I know you can't predict the future but if it happens my question to you as a concerned parent is I mean if you have these little children if you have these kids running around dressed as the devil I mean what do you what's your plan of action I I don't have a plan of action should you have one now but the thing is with the double for Halloween it's not holding weeded Saint Patrick's day it's leprechauns and green bear we're not talking about Halloween well we cannot say no costumes because the kids Bennett kids come dressed as a leprechaun then we happen not and allow them in it well maybe it's time for no cost you whether it's a leprechaun or a double or giant squirrel let me maybe it's just time to hear a okay I'm getting a little angry and so I think there's someone that can resolve this actually on Mike are you there Susan why don't you say hello to your husband because this is Jason Matheson from my talk one of seven one and you've been birthday Frank this is Jason from my talk one of seven one were radio station and this is yeah I could tell yeah Happy Birthday yeah nope don't worry there will be no lance will not care if there are kids dressed up like the double the devil because I don't know what I mentality yeah.

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"austin patrick" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"austin patrick" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

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