17 Burst results for "Baker Charlie Baker"
"baker charlie baker" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast
"60 $2 and 50 cents. See, I can add. I can do math in my head. But $62 50 cents is not a crazy amount for a lot of players, right? Like it's somewhat reasonable for pick four players. And that's giving them 5 by 5 by one by 5 or in this case 5 by one by 5 by 5 coverage. And obviously there's different ways to go about it. But to add in that fourth difficult leg where you might have to go four or 5 deep, it literally jumps the ticket cost up to $312 and 50 cents because it's 625 combinations. And so I would argue that there's a pretty big prohibitive cost to go from $60 to $300 for a lot of players. A lot of players, I would say a majority of players, 300 is on the north end of what they're willing to spend or lose in a day. I think it's way on the north end of that. Most folks are playing, you know, 5, ten, 15, 20 bucks a race max. And so you know, it's that much more difficult to hit that pick 5 for a lot of reasons. And I think when you add a 5th race that's not only an extra leg, but a tough leg like that first race was that's why you get a much bigger payout. The feature at aqueduct on Saturday, the Garland of rosa steaks, and I was so, so wrong. This race in terms of how I thought it could play out versus how it did, but I should say I was right on how it how it was right on how I thought the race would set up. It just didn't finish. I thought I thought city lady looked like very dangerous lone speed. I thought just Reddit was a really good long shot to come from off the pace. Both those happened for the first half of the race, but not so much the second. Let's take a listen back to John and brielle's call. Here is the garlic of roses. And they're off. It is Citi lady who goes out for the early lead. It is Sadie lady in front. Let me take this call runs in second song rivers on the outside and third call on mischief down at the rail and forth. Just read it as next day and 5th, star front far outside and the early trailer is glass ceiling in 7th. Sadie lady is the leader here by a length and a half. Song river up on the outside, second by ahead. Let me take this call down towards the rail and third the quarter one in 22 and one. It is Sadie lady, the leader here by a little more than a length. Let me take this call down at the rail in second, then comes song river star front on the extreme outside, call on mischief. His advancing now in between horses. And then at the back is a glass ceiling. As the field comes into the stretch, still Sadie lady there, the half 45 and three glass ceiling is gobbling up the slop on the outside. Here comes glass ceiling, who has now taken over the lead. Call on mischief has moved into second. Let me take this call and Sadie lady. Last ceiling with a less to first victory in the Garland of roses. So glass ceiling super impressive took to the slop and rallied from off the pace. They went Sadie lady. I thought, you know, could be dangerous on the lead, 5 and a half to one thought the price was all right and just got overwhelmed by him down the stretch in a glass ceiling, Dylan Davis, who continues to really do well lately. It seems like it seems. And I feel like I've said that for a while now. So maybe he's just doing maybe he's just good. But yeah, really, really nice effort from a glass ceiling, you know, has just gotten just been, you know, they claim for 40,000 back in the spring and as I talked about when we preview this race. You know, this horse was very solid before the claim and charm baker Charlie baker is a very like just one of those incredibly good New York trainers that's year and year out of very solid numbers kind of bar and obviously we talked about the success of Saratoga points toward that meet yada yada yada. But this horse in the Cantor Macy barnum actually is a kind of Machiavelli. But you know, was running high 80s low 90s bridge numbers was competing with that first level allowance. They finally drop in for acclaim. Charlie takes horse jumps up to pretty much that same allowance condition, run second, runs a low 90 number, runs an 81 in the start after like still takes a while to get through that first condition. In fact, took four starts. Finally got through it in pretty big fashion at Belmont and then last time and then the pumpkin pie ran very good behind lady rocket who we know came back in one and it just seems to be in good form right now. And a four year old horse has been around a little bit, but it just seems I mean and it's like I said, the move forward from a numbers standpoint like it's not it's not that much. Like it's not that big of a move forward, but just, you know, that extra little step sometimes at that higher level, it's the difference between winning and losing when they all can run. But really, really nice effort from glass ceiling to get the wind. Down at Gulfstream park, but he's down there in South Florida PETA yellow and Acacia back down at Gulfstream and love all the folks down there. Ron nicoletti, I always do my Nickelodeon impression whenever safi Joseph wins because he'll do it on the show and go. Mister safi Joseph junior so I always do that anytime so everyone's a race wherever I'm calling, which of course is pretty much only here at this point. But you know he's a mom with a Calder and stuff like that. But anyways, the feature, the mister prospector steaks. Let me get back to horse racing and not my run. Nicoletti impression. The mist prosper kind of the first big graded stakes race in the championship meet and obviously sets the tone here as we get into several pretty fun months of racing data Gulfstream, a lot of big Saturdays and looking forward to it..
"baker charlie baker" Discussed on WBUR
"To talk politics in pandemic questions can a right leaning Republican other than Governor Baker win in Massachusetts? And what are your concerns about the delta variant? Is it changing your personal pandemic equation? 1 804 to 38255. That's 1 804 to 3 talk to join the conversation. Tom Nichols. What do you make of Jeff deals entrance into the governor's race here in the Commonwealth? Well, I had to laugh because in my misspent youth when I worked in the State House, I was a registered Republican working for a Democrat. Who was then the chairman of Congress and labor, and you know the idea that you could have this like vibrant Republican competition about which Republican is going to run Massachusetts. Um you know that That's the kind of thing that over drinks at the Golden Dome Republican staffers would fantasize about but isn't really true. Mean, Charlie Baker is kind of a unicorn. Um, he is pretty unique and the idea that some kind of standard issue Republican um, could just take over that that slot because because there's some idea that Republicans can win in Massachusetts. Um, I think it's probably pretty unrealistic and it goes back. Actually, the conversation we had earlier about his Massachusetts or his New England different New England Republicans are different, and Charlie Baker is one of the most different. Of the New England Republicans. So Renee Jeff deal is running, critiquing Charlie Baker as a manager. Actually, I would argue, baby, all of the current gubernatorial gubernatorial candidates are critiquing Charlie Baker as a manager manager on our air he advocated to and enhanced unemployment wants a different use of tax surplus talks about Smalls business. These are bread and butter issues. I want to just have you here a little bit about him on unemployment expansion. I think right now is the time to do that. We've got more jobs than I think people that are looking for work at this point, So certainly the time I think to move people from the rolls back into the workforce. I think it's going to make for obviously less demand on the unemployment fund. It's going to also obviously give people I think a better sense of satisfaction going back to work, and we can collect tax revenue off of the work that they're doing. So is it multiple benefits to getting everybody back to work? And I'm sorry. That was a sloppy throw. I meant ending expanded or extended unemployment. So can he, Renee as somebody who's been solely tied so tied to Donald Trump 2016 campaign manager here in their campaign chair? Excuse me here in in the Commonwealth. Have a substantive policy conversation, or is there just too much trump in the air for him? I think there is just too much trump in the air. I I You know, I I don't see how Jeff deal campaigns without having to answer the question on where he stands on the big lie. He is an ardent trump supporter. He needs to answer where he stands on voting rights. Even though those issues aren't hitting Massachusetts. You don't have to be in Massachusetts to be concerned about what's happening with voter suppression in many other states. So in my mind, at least Donald Trump is an albatross for Jeff Deal, but he's not going to disconnect from him because he feels in some kind of way. There will be enough people in the state that you know that Trump and Trumpism will appeal to that He could somehow be Charlie Baker. Charlie Baker runs again. I You know, I agree with Tom. I simply don't see another Republican. Beating Charlie Baker. Not it not in this state, and I'm no Charlie Baker fan, but I simply don't see that happening if it and if it happens, it's not going to be Jeff deal. Do you listeners 1 804 to 38255 to join this conversation? Renee, I'm going to stay with you for a second because I asked deal straight up. Is Joe Biden, the democratically elected president of the United States. And he said yes, and then I said, So. Is there a concern with having a national party chair on the Republican side or a national Party head? Excuse me. In Donald Trump, who maintains that it wasn't It was a corrupt election in that Joe Biden isn't the democratically elected president, and they're his answer was well, lots of people said Trump wasn't either in 2016. So on the one hand you do have him answering about the big lion and the other. You have this hedging. What would it take for you to feel that deal had addressed the big like question head on? I think he needs to say not just that Joe Biden won but that there was no voter fraud and if there was no voter fraud, and there is no reason for all these voter suppression bills popping up around the country, and that this is all being bred by Donald Trump. There's really no other way around them. I think it's great. The acknowledges that President Joe Biden is the president. Okay? But he needs to go for than that, And he has to disavow what Donald Trump is saying. But if he wants Trump's support, he's never going to do that. So he's going to try to have it both ways, which, frankly, is kind of cheap in my mind. You know, you don't get to say, Well, he's the president. But now there's there's no but that's where it ends. And you have to simply disavow what Donald Trump has been espousing now for the last eight months. And I do want to say, and we played this at the top of the show. When I asked him if he would support Trump again. He he didn't give a direct answer, he said. You know, I want to see if he's going to run. So Tom Nichols, I'm going to turn to you here..
"baker charlie baker" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"I want people to be afraid of how much they love me. Oh, very good. Jared. Welcome back to the grace. Curly Show if you miss the breaking news of the day. It's right in my wheelhouse because it's celebrity news. Bruce Springsteen, the boss had a D wi in November. It did not come out till after that. Memorable ad he did with Jeep where he talked like this. It was a little secret knows the middle has been a hard place to get to lately between red and blue between servant and citizen between our freedom. And our fear someone tweeted it and said he was trying Tomo, you know, pay tribute to Kevin Costner's performance in Yellowstone like that, usually That goes in the voice. Um, but, yeah, So that's big news. Everyone's talking about it. A lot of people on Twitter are kind of enjoying the fact that this woke preachy liberal. As a little bit of Ah Mud on the tires. Russ, You're next with Grace and the Grace curly show. Go ahead, Russ. Grace. Let's face it. This has been a great opportunity from government control. Freights toe lead people around like dogs on the leash, and it just amazes me how people cannot think for themselves. This two words to keep in your mind to survive anything. As far as germs are concerned, it's called germs. Avoidance. You don't have to listen to anyone from the government. Just do everything you can to avoid germs in no, They don't want to let this go, and unfortunately, there are Massachusetts. Charlie Baker has a 70% approval rating in Russian. If you remember during the ticket us. He had an approval rating of 84%. Okay, Now there's only 70% of the people in the still brainwashed or the Charlie Baker. Charlie Baker. Is there nothing like give us a shaft. In these participated in ruining a lot of small businesses that may never recover, and the other thing is many of those business had entry level jobs. An entry level job so important for young people to learn the word that which will which will carry him through the rest of their lives, and they become productive citizens. Yeah, no. And Russ, I totally agree. I'm kind of amazed, and I've seen this point made several times, most recently by Carol Markowitz from The New York Post. She said something along the lines of, you know. She was surprised. He always thought New Yorkers had a real spirit about them, and they weren't I mean, you know, New Yorkers. They don't like to be told what to do. And it's just It's amazing how easily people were. And Jared used to make this point all the time that they'll never forget how easily we folded. Yep, the minute you give them anything, they will just take a mile of it, and this is in the back of their to say, okay? We did this for a virus with the 99% like, what can we do this time? What can we what can we throw at him this time? No eggs. Exactly. And now this impeachment, this entire impeachment thing just shows you that they're not really that concerned about this virus that they've ruined everything for You know, they've shut down your business. Your kid can't go to school. Your kids depressed. You haven't been to a restaurant. All the restaurants are shutting down. And guess what. It was the biggest deal. It was the biggest crisis of all time until impeachment. And now all the.
"baker charlie baker" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"14 20 WBS M. He's not here to make nice enemy to those who make him an enemy friend to those who have no friends how we can show. Believe it or not, it could be worse in terms of panic and fear mongering. You could be in the United Kingdom. And there's an interesting column today in front page man here. Another accent coming on. No, no, no. I'm not gonna do this. This is a Katie Hopkins and I guess she she used to be engaged to Boris. He said Boris Has had a full romantic life. Shall we say, But something happened. The Boris Johnson he's he's gone. Charlie Baker's Charlie Baker on steroids Charlie Baker if Charlie Baker weren't Alfa male rather than a beta male So she wrote this column. What happened to Boris Johnson, who she almost married? Katie Hopkins on about She would talk about how great he was, is a conservative leader, and then came Cove it and Boris turned into a turn up in a to pay. My beautiful American family by way of appraising you of the current madness in my country. Let me explain that we're just emerging like anemic zombies from our second complete lockdown, no churches, no family gatherings, no pubs, no shops, no socializing and heading straight into an utterly bonkers tier system. Whereby 99% of the UK remains locked down and 55 million people still can't do anything or go anywhere. The she says. What happened? This again just conspiracy theory. But this is from his former fiance. I believe that in the early part of 2020 Boris received a visit from the covert slash back slash gates team and was either blackmailed with material He does not want in the public domain or was offered power beyond any credible ambition. He surely has perhaps a seat on the new World Government organization. Whatever the hell that looks like, I do not have proof of this. But the change in Boris has been way too dramatic, too have been motivated by personal health or any other rational ex explanation. Now, here's the real theory that I think she has. She just threw that one out. My second theory, says his former fiance, which runs in parallel with the first Is that the arrival of a new girlfriend has caused him to deviate disastrously from his original path. The girlfriend, Carrie Simon's is no weeping Wall Flyer flower. She has a she has political activists credentials and as a climate change Desperado, that's good way to put it. Using her siren call she is. Lord learned Boris towards the globalists and shipwrecked him utterly against the rocks of her will, leading to the undignified exit of two of Boris's key men. Both architects of Get Brexit done. Dominic Cummings and Lee came Where does that leave us? I would argue it leaves upwards of 30 million people in the UK. The people who voted for him in the last election gave him a landslide with no political representation. So again, like like Prince Harry, right with Meghan Markle or or like the Murdock boys. What happens to these English guys? Russ, You're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead, Russ. How he first thing. A little lumpy means more old people would put in the icebox. Charlie's old folks, homes. That's the little one thing, people said. People said. Lumpy is lumpy. A little rascal. Know, Lumpy was one of beavers. Friends on Leave it to Beaver. You remember that Russ going remember very well the whole cast. Now the reason why how we had called this Let's face it. Justice Department is gonna help altogether two administrations in four useless attorney generals. Build virus. Far as I'm concerned, he's a complicity college he should ask for air.
"baker charlie baker" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Socialization. I think the Senate and for that is fun. Isn't it? It used to be, how it but I'll tell you one thing, And I know this for a fact. He has absolutely no Right to be saying what he's saying he has no proof. That's just a blatant blanket lie that he's suggesting that people were just willy nilly congregating without mass and creating all this havoc. If you look at the stats, and you look at the contact tracing, that's gone on. There's only been 1 to 2 cases. I believe in the old Commonwealth of Massachusetts tied back to youth hockey. So he's completely false. He's as the experts like to say He's not following the science. He's not following the facts. This is an emotional decision, and if he could just put a thumbprint on on youth hockey Where most of it begins outside of the Commonwealth. And he doesn't look bad to any of the businesses here because in his mind, he's not hurting anybody. He's hurting someone from another state, and I'll say this. This minute, Howie, not one person from the government. I've been on your radio show speaking about this melt multiple times, along with other avenues. Not one person for the government is yet to call anyone of my businesses. And as for my opinion, how can we work together on this? How can we solve this problem I employed over 2400 people in this state and I no one will even answer the call. They still won't answer an email to me. I've reached out more than a dozen times on various occasions. And I'll give you the latest statistics deaths among people under the age of 20 for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts 11 death in all this time. I'll give you Let me give you some other stats here. These are up to date stats just out. 10,017 people dead, confirmed dead in Massachusetts. That's a grim milestone, Wouldn't you say Robert Walker? And of those 10,017 people. 6538 have died in nursing homes regulated by Charlie Baker. Charlie Baker's nursing homes have accounted for two thirds of the deaths. How many deaths have you accounted for? Robert Walker? You in the hospitality industry about zero, right? Zero minus zero. We take it very seriously. We do apart and you can manage this very easily. Howie by operating with just simple common sense. I don't need some government official to tell me how to blow my nose and watch my hands. My mother did that very well for 45 years when I was born. Learned pretty well pretty quick how to take care of myself. Let's play some more of Charlie Baker on hockey. I know there are a lot of hockey hockey dads and hockey moms and young hockey players and just people who don't like being stomped on by by the government for no damn reason. Cut 17. I think all of the states in.
"baker charlie baker" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
"Such a weird time some of it so calm and orderly as drumbeat of crisis you know the medical side and the economic side. I mean I think that's the purpose harder to see futures. He's going to be a great depression. Hannah bought out in a way that doesn't wreck the country's of five years. Yeah what to do not to open up. It's all it's really tough questions but I mean I I I think both Massachusetts and Maine are being pretty conservative on it and I really grateful for that my friend and it's a Naples Florida. I mean they're they've just opened up everything and People aren't wearing masks and I just I worry for their safety. Because they're older they're out and they said going to Costco's the only time they wear masks to the grocery stores mass just how it is so. I don't really grateful that were in states. That are taking very seriously. I saw a ranking of Approval ratings for governors and Baker Charlie Baker's the governor of Massachusetts and he was like second or third on the list. People just really think he's doing a good job. He seems very calm and informed and he's following science and he's truly relying on all of the incredible resources that Boston Massachusetts has the medical community and universities. Which is have a feeling of confidence that he's doing a good job scream. Yeah and I think. The main governor's doing a really good job. I don't know how totally how people are feeling about that. Because there's a lot of people that Yeah there are are some people resisting it. I don't know that there's a lot but But I think she's I think she's doing a great job and there's a doctor that means Dr Foul cheap talks every day to Maine public radio. Just very calm presence Intel. How many cases there are and how many are hospitalized. How many recovered and just takes it step by step? And he so calming well the other thing that the place I've seen the result of communication is the place where dad lives. You know it's a retirement community of two hundred fifty people and every day at ten the director of the community and her boss. I think get on the closed circuit. Tv so that everybody can watch and dad watches it every single day religiously and she just says exactly what they're doing you know and the other day that they said now. The people in the sixth floor can leave at to go out for a walk on the patio and they had this kind of measured way of them. Finally being able to get out of their units and and there were two benefits. I think one is. I think I can tell that he's calmer. And the other thing is he says we're a community here. Were were doing the right things whether it's using a Kleenex to press the button on the elevator to dock leaving the unit. We're doing for ourselves. We're doing it for each other. Because we feel like we're a community. And you could really see the power that and obviously. There's a real challenge to do that. Did a state level nevermind a national level. But it's it's one of the saddest things I think is that you know when you get the Hon. Dad's community that sense of community breaks down because people are so divided. It's it's and I think it makes it harder to do the right thing. And Yeah but people are worried about their own health. I mean I see that with people who are trump. Supporters adds a trump supporter and. There's there's no disconnect in what he's seeing on from kind of an ideological point of view and how rigorously he's following the protocols and I see it with other friends of my back friends of mine back in Colorado and trends on the street here You have been neighbor on the end of the street that has huge trump signs and trump thing on her car and all this kind of stuff and her husband has some kind of leukemia and he has some he has his immune system's compromised and they're being very careful they don't go anywhere. They keep their distance. I don't really see them at mass. But they're just very very vigilant and I think the other side's probably truly people who are so Democrats. I I feel like when we can get take out at a restaurant and support some businesses trying to get back and going. I mean absolutely the The individuals care about both things. They care about the economy getting going and they care about being safe absolutely. Yeah Yeah Yeah. I think it's really important to really tip the people well and Yeah to do everything we can to to help them. Because it's it's really get through this together. Well this is wonderful. I could just sit here all morning and talk to you in the Sun with her coffee and tea. This has to do about the kindle or any. Yeah I mean we. We tied into the kindle enough to have just by interview land loves technology. I I don't like technology and we're a perfect match. Because he can do the technology zoom meetings. Go Zoom meetings new kindle my book on tape and you get a free new kindle from a listener of the thank you thank you thank you. That was so great. Yup Chretien al. Send it up here get here to the post office and Lissette for few days to make sure it was safe and Bob Drunk. Get time to read some comments to catch up with John. Wrote on May Fourteenth Today. I preordered the new fire. Hd eight plus. That's the new tablet. We talked about last week. He says I purchased the sixty four gigabyte model because of the storage space because that version comes with three gigabytes of Ram and therefore I expected to be even more responsive when I preordered the device I also preordered. Samsung sixty four GIGABYTES MICRO SD card. I was described a surprise to discover that there were no cases currently available on Amazon Dot Com. That would fit this new fire device. I have purchased several kindle fire devices over the years and there were at least a few cases available prior to their initial release. My expectation was that there had been some sort of coordination between Amazon and traditional case vendors. Apparently for the first time there will be no cases or other accessories until the day of released based on the Amazon response. He's got one that he received from Amazon and as very different and disappointing Well I agree. It's different and disappointing and I assume it has to do with the corona virus that does the resources get shifted toward the all of the retooling and everything that's going on for the coronavirus. We can't get tech support at six thirty the night on Friday and when a new tablets release. You don't have the accessories available that you normally would so I think we're seeing symptoms of that and interesting. Thanks thanks to John for pointing that out. Peter wrote from Victoria British Columbia land in a recent interview perhaps ag riddle there was an exchange about using the sun's UV rays rather than a device to sanitize parcels. That reminded me of the phone soap devices. The phone sized ones have been around for a while. The larger ones are coming out this summer. Of course I have no idea how effective they are but he has Lincoln. You'll see that in the show notes. It's at phones. Soap Dot com best wishes and as always many many. Thanks for your podcast Peter and Victoria. Thanks Peter I've seen those I think. Darlene ordered one and. I'm not sure we've tried it yet to put the iphone in it and have some protection because I guess the you've really does have an effect on the virus so we're worth checking out. Shimon shot wrote on May Tenth Highland the latest. Ckc podcast was really interesting for me as I also teach students online. I can confirm all the points that Josh made such as the one about looking directly into the camera as opposed to the person on the screen. He's referring to my interview with Josh Book Who's at the Harvard Graduate School of Education? Working on kind of emergency digital learning at Harvard In the pandemic so he talked a lot about zoom in and the rest of it. Shimon continues. The last part of the conversation made me wonder about a thing. I read in a recent essay by Yahtzee do cash. He's a Polish science. Fiction author often called the spiritual successor to stanislaw lamb recently. He's been.
"baker charlie baker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Or bill that would ban most evictions and foreclosures is now just a signature away it's it's on governor Charlie Baker Charlie Baker's desk after the house and Senate on Beacon Hill passed the measure before the weekend lawmakers on Beacon Hill have now sent a bill to governor Baker aimed at providing a safety net for renters homeowners and small businesses who have been financially impacted by this outbreak and the state of emergency the bill would put a temporary moratorium on all stages of the eviction and foreclosure process as with last either forty five days after the state of emergency ends or a hundred and twenty days from the time the bills put in place whichever of those dates comes first the bill would prohibit all nonessential evictions and foreclosures provide mortgage borrowers with forbearance options and protect tenants from late fees Madison Rogers WBZ Boston news radio thousands of people now in a panic over the pandemic after losing their jobs in the past several weeks now many hard looking for help with food a food bank in Everett has seen demand for daily staples explode five fold WBZ TV's to Shani whitlow tells us the demand happened virtually overnight you know we just want to help just one of our neighbors Irene Cardillo the director of the grace food pantry in Everett says since the corona virus outbreak of the demand for food assistance has skyrocketed clearly seen by the long line we went from three thousand unique individuals until fifteen thousand unique individuals since the eleventh hi how you doing thanks to community partnerships Cardillo says the pantry never turned anyone away her brother and every police officer also helps out delivering food to call that patience where the plus ones because they see the people happy it's really what whether one is to get the bus and close to six hundred thousand people here in Massachusetts have lost their jobs in the past month look at that head of hair on you would you need a hair cut their sloppy well maybe or do it yourselfer and if you are you're not alone but you might want to think twice about that strategy WBZ's are calling with more it's probably no surprise that the sales of hair clippers has jumped one hundred sixty six percent in the first week of April according to Nielsen and the sales of at home hair colour jumped twenty three percent everybody was in a total panic how will I survive without having my rich dad Noel St Elyria his stylist is out of work since the sapphire hair salon in Danvers has been shut down by the pandemic right right right leave it alone because it's gonna take a lot more kind and it's going to cost a lot more money except if you mess it up with a box here died but she says the most important thing to remember silent that I know who have no income coming in right now and they're like oh my god how may give him a mortgage how we gonna pay my car payment how am I gonna put food on the table you aren't going WBZ Boston news news radio at six thirty eight back in business about ready to go on Wall Street which check in on the numbers this morning and Bloomberg business here's Tom Busby morning Tom Hey good morning Jeff for the price of oil hasn't been this low in more than two decades under fourteen dollars a barrel of crude prices lost more than a quarter of their value just today on a free fall in global demand now that's got Dow futures tumbling to right now down nearly four hundred points even though Congress and the White House are expected to announce a new another small business.
"baker charlie baker" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Bluebird and lunch bucket Joe he is as it is he does these controlled video releases now because he's not well and and it's kind of like living in Francisco Franco's fascist Spain Francisco Franco still in charge and every now and then they released a photograph as he looks well does like Castro's Cuba every now and then the party in conjunction with their media allies will release videotape of Joe Biden where they think he does a good job it will be edited it will be a take number fourteen it will be scripted and and set up like you know the fraud that it is and he came out yesterday and he is talking very probably about the the governors that are doing so because he's holding is counter briefings because he is a member of the resistance I gassed and the guy is the guy is really some he he makes stuff up as he goes along and the news media says that's gosh he's so good he's so smart lunch bucket Joe yesterday the governor of Massachusetts is a guy named Charlie Baker Charlie Baker we can put politics aside and meet the moment my governors all across this nation are doing yeah I like to walk over to Mike to one in Ohio governor Larry Hogan of Maryland governor Charlie Parker in Massachusetts a Charlie Parker mess I love that Charlie Parker and messages this is better than most as talented died decades ago but markers with their Dr Gillespie Lionel Barrymore they're in a wheelchair behind Dr Kildare up onstage doctor bill Joe Biden laid out his approach to the one of our switches to politicize it and to complain as he claims that it's no time to politicize it while he's politicizing it in that very sentence all governor Charlie Parker up there in Massachusetts you just won because of his talent these guys these guys they didn't notice that they're just fine with them they don't know Charlie Parker is anyway I don't I don't know who the current governor of Massachusetts Charlie Baker I don't know Charlie Parker I don't know things get by them because they get by them all day long reporters they went to Ivy League schools I wouldn't know how to get home from work without directing them there are a lot of people who don't know how to get to the store without a navigational system raise or use your GPS or something yes using GPS in your car well how do you mean well there are times in this other story pop yesterday.
"baker charlie baker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A marathon thank you for Hey Bob how are you it is six forty nine thank you for joining us here on WBZ newsradio in Boston at this is Tina gal you've been listening to governor Charlie Baker Charlie Baker just leaving the podium he has announced a series of updates on the corona virus impacting Massachusetts and far beyond he has order schools around the state to be close for three weeks through April six that includes public and private schools but not special education schools he's also changing the way restaurants do business I am ordering that any restaurant bar stab which meant that offers food or drink shall not permit on premises consumption these establishments may continue to offer food for takeout and for delivery and the governor also announcing at the conferences now that he's changing he's making changes to the size of crowd there were made last week today we're amending that guidance under our emergency powers to prohibit gatherings of over twenty five people subject to this order these gatherings include all community civic public leisure faith based events sporting events with spectators concerts conventions and any similar event or activity that brings together twenty five or more people in a single room or single space at the same time this includes venues like fitness centers private clubs and theaters Baker also says tonight that he does not does not include grocery stores this is about bars and restaurants in those places that people do not absolutely have to go and if you're just joining us I know that the state department of public health this afternoon has updated the number of covert nineteen cases here in Massachusetts there are now a total of a hundred and sixty four cases including forty five confirmed cases of covert nineteen as well as a hundred and nineteen presumptive cases those cases main those are only tested positive so far on the state level but are still awaiting final confirmation from the CDC the governor tonight also outlined new public health orders not include a ban on visitors to most hospitals and nursing homes as well and Baker is also calling on the.
"baker charlie baker" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Thank you harder than perhaps MIT to actually study of the effects of CD and Canada's medical CB antennas on treating various symptoms what's with this needs actual hard evidence over a longitudinal study of the effectiveness of this but certainly we've heard anecdotally there are many many people who are getting relief from Canada so he simply didn't get from other pharmaceuticals so the anecdotal evidence is there I want a few scientific evidence I think it will do nothing except help me in this regard do you have other concerns that if it's not proven or if it's just proven that people will just control the whole brand out and think about snake oil on this is whatever well no I don't think so because it's proven I think people will still use that and I use the analogy of vitamins the vitamin industry is huge people take vitamins even though there's no evidence I've never seen any evidence that vitamins actually help every study you see said it's either impossible to determine or they don't do anything but the vitamin market is still strong because people believe it and for all we know it may be helping people and if they think it's helping them to continue doing it I think what this will do is actually give you know structure and some verification to what we're hearing anecdotally so I think it'll be it'll be helpful for the general public and for the industry right so the placebo effect is still in effect as a matter so Jim anything that that's on the horizon the excited about that we should be looking out for well I'm certainly excited about the delivery service is hopefully coming online the cannabis control commission allowing delivery even if it's you know with this things like body cameras for the reason that that's a that's a that's a type of license that we're gonna see social equity applicants be able to apply for and pay for because it doesn't require a whole lot of capital so that's that's one thing I'm excited about certainly I think I will help the whole you know I fear for his social equity applicants and I think it'll be interesting to see this test pilot project for only a on site consumption facility you know side got cannabis cafe if you well yeah you know we really have to take a look at that and hopefully make the determination that this is really no different than somebody going in and getting a drink at a bar or restaurant I think you know if it's if it's handled appropriately which I think it will be and I think everybody the cannabis control commission that local officials going to take probably a very cautious in a very responsible approach on this as will the operators and I think that will help again drive down the state law that you don't still sore hovering above this industry is so interesting that is even get it you've got that I'm surrounded I mention this every episode I'm surrounded by my friends who are having were we're all having you know Bourbon on the rocks here you know in my living room and then they go sneak out back behind the sum treaties a fifty five year old people to to us smoke weed made him understand why we're also afraid so funny one thing you know I came into this I'm not you frankly you know I do last time I tried you know of any time was when I was a freshman in college and a long time ago but I am a policy guy and when I found out how many people actually use this people are you know that I know and I'm thinking you and where you want it people people you know the Baker Charlie Baker who oppose this is you know but his own administration says that nearly twenty percent of over twenty percent amounts relatives are users of Canada's most of them you know responsible use and this is really just saying look you know let's look at a market that has been utterly dominated by you know I'm license and you know some case criminal business people and letter finally realized that provision has failed the let's take the right approach to what regulated taxes just like we do with alcohol tobacco and and pharmaceuticals I think it's the right way to go and we're seeing nothing but frankly I think positive developments out of this absolutely in this is we're speaking the gym Barzani we let him go now but remember he is the man who had the faith in the in the dream of legalization many of us were laughing you then Jim we know what happened but but it is come to fruition you're absolutely right about that so much of the stuff in thanks.
"baker charlie baker" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"You know what I want to see I want to see more and karakul evidence that C. B. D. and cannabis actually you know is yeah I can actually you know verify what we hear anecdotally that people are being helped by the family here in accord with all the time yeah when I say anecdotally I'm talking a person who says well this is the only thing that has helped me but I think there was recently some of the other a large chunk of money given to Harvard and perhaps M. I. T. to actually study of the effects of CD and Canada's medical CB antennas on treating various symptoms what's with this needs actual hard evidence over a longitudinal study of the effectiveness of this but certainly we've heard anecdotally there are many many people who are getting relief from Canada so he simply didn't get from other pharmaceuticals so the anecdotal evidence is there I want a few scientific evidence I think it will do nothing except help me in this regard do you have other concerns that if it's not proven or if it's just proven that people will just couldn't throw the whole brand out and like what's the coil on this is whatever well no I don't think so because it's proven I think people will still use that and I use the analogy of vitamins the vitamin industry is huge people take vitamins even though there's no evidence I've never seen any evidence that vitamins actually help every study you see said it's either impossible to determine or they don't do anything but the vitamin market is still strong because people believe it and for all we know it may be helping people and if they think it's helping them to continue doing it I think what this will do is actually give you know structure and some verification to what we're hearing anecdotally so I think it'll be it'll be helpful for the general public and for the industry right so the placebo effect is still in effect as a matter so Jim anything that that's on the horizon the excited about that we should be looking out for well I'm certainly excited about the delivery services hopefully coming online the cannabis control commission allowing delivery even if it's you know with this things like body cameras for the reason that that's a that's a that's a type of license that we're gonna see social equity applicants be able to apply for and pay for because it doesn't require a whole lot of capital so that's that's one thing I'm excited about certainly I think I will help the whole you know I fear for his social equity applicants and I think it'll be interesting to see this test pilot project for only a on site consumption facility you know side got cannabis cafes if you well yeah you know we really have to take a look at that and hopefully make the determination that this is really no different than somebody going in and getting a drink at a bar or restaurant I think a you know if it's if it's handled appropriately which I think it will be and I think everybody the cannabis control commission that local officials gonna take probably a very cautious in a very responsible approach on this absolutely operators and I think that will help again drive down the state law that you don't still sore hovering above this industry is so interesting that is even get it you've got that I'm surrounded I mention this every episode I'm surrounded by my friends who are having we're we're all having you know Bourbon on the rocks here you know in my living room and then they go sneak out back behind the sum treaties are fifty five year old people to to smoke weed mad understand why we're also afraid so funny one thing you know I came into this I'm not you frankly you know I do last time I tried to you know have a seven time was when I was a freshman in college and a long time ago but I am a policy guy and when I found out how many people actually use this people are you know that I know and I'm thinking you and where you want it people people you know the Baker Charlie Baker who oppose this is you know but his own administration says that nearly twenty percent of over twenty percent amounts relatives are users of Canada's most of them you know responsible use of this is really just saying look you know let's look at a market that has been utterly dominated by you know I'm license and you know some case criminal business people and letter finally realized the prohibition has failed let's take the right approach to what regulated taxes just like we do with alcohol tobacco and and pharmaceuticals I think it's the right way to go and we're seeing nothing but frankly I think positive developments out of this absolutely in this is we're speaking the gym Barzani we let him go now but remember he is the man who had the faith in the in the dream of legalization many of us were laughing you then Jim we know what happened but but it is come to fruition you're absolutely right about that so much of the stuff in thanks.
"baker charlie baker" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Every episode I'm surrounded by my friends who are having were we're all having you know Bourbon on the rocks here you know in my living room and then they go sneak out back behind the sum treaties are fifty five year old people to to us smoke weed made him understand why we're also afraid so funny one thing you know I came into this I'm not you frankly you know I do last time I tried to you know have a seven time was when I was a freshman in college and a long time ago but I am a policy guy and when I found out how many people actually use this people are you know that I know and I'm thinking you and where you want it people people you know the Baker Charlie Baker who oppose this is you know but his own administration says that nearly twenty over twenty percent amounts relatives are users of Canada's most of them you know responsible use and this is really just saying look you know let's look at a market that has been utterly dominated by you know I'm license and you know some case criminal business people and letter finally realized the prohibition this field let's take the right approach to up regulate it tax it just like we do with alcohol tobacco and and pharmaceuticals I think it's the right way to go and we're seeing nothing but frankly I think positive developments out of this absolutely in this is we're speaking the gym Barzani we let him go now but remember he is the man who had the faith in the in the dream of legalization many of us were laughing you then Jim we know what happened but but it is come to fruition you're absolutely right about that so much of the stuff in thanks.
"baker charlie baker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Ten let's go up to me and I don't think would be the name the last couple of nights Rick is in Maine hi Rick welcome next a nice side hi Dan Nancy K. good girl what would do what I yet I I grew up in Massachusetts and a lot of that I can go back the next hi I have but it all the way up so it's just say a forty year work in Korea a president has never affected my life yeah yeah it is prized let me go I know but it laid off always carefully applied whatever prizes dope okay we had a high interest rates well everybody did good on the Bill Clinton fries I could say Reagan things are pretty good under Reagan Reagan things a good out of the tribe yeah the bears it's just not the price that we have a whole lot of people that are making decisions no question what is is also decisions that are made twenty years ago or ten years ago which is yeah they just happened yesterday this race as a private I work with the I'd work is a blast and the laborers there is no racism about a modest is this mosque kidding about the racism is in the democratic body I'm in the band it myself but I have all that the Democrats but they just been beaten that bad but he is now just let it go when you say the racism is is the Democratic Party right now the vast majority of black members of Congress to Jody are Democrats you know I think there's only one that I know of one member of Congress who's a Republican reps we black in that some will heard of Texas was one of the four who voted to censure the president today the vast majority of the congressional black caucus the Democrats you're right but okay this is you can't keep one door racism has been going on for years and is Nancy it's not a real world racism really doesn't affect anybody that I don't you have a lot of calls right tell you even today that the racism add adversely impacts them I mean you are you still working yet well right I'm all down by Shep but the woman said you you're still you're still a working man yes okay eighty seven out of the way in your union what percentage of your union and I assume it's a good idea what problems are there I'm not I'm not a unit I I do like to go bomb and then I'm a truck driver okay okay again but I do I do a lot of different things not very I here is there a lot there lot of minorities who did not get into unions because for many many years back in the fifties and sixties and into the seventies and eighties if your dad was a member of the union to that open the door for you and if your dad there were there were there were fewer blacks who had opportunities to become union workers I'm sure you are aware of that yeah I thought of the tapes are at Boston at the big record company that nafta the is how many blacks that he worked as a member the teamsters how many blacks that he works whatever is best friends with the poor the black guy he was he was a really comical good sets the humor yeah this is an exception this is an ex I'm saying that the blacks did not have access to unions the same access that white in that white men did and and that's just the best is the fact yeah well it I've never worked in a year dinner and thanks very much I can call in to show okay we'll talk soon okay you have a great I let me go to build that we're going to go from Maine to Ohio bill you're in on that you're a nice I welcome hi again I Nancy I find it strange like when congressman to lead set up in the Congress and said I never felt more Palestinian the one I'm in Congress I don't know what that means when she shared a few more American I don't recall her saying that if you tell me she said it I I'll I'll accept that but I don't understand that I mean if I ever got elected to Congress god for bid I certainly would I wouldn't get up and say I've met I never felt more Irish exactly even though there's no you the next person going to say I've never felt more like a French man or a Spanish woman or one of the things one of the things was great about America was we all assimilated people can we identified as Americans we can still go around the world they're not going to say are you and are you going to say I'm an American but also when people came here to this country they wanted to become Americans they they they might have kept their their heritage in their home but they wanted to to learn American culture they wanted to learn American sports they wanted to immerse themselves they wanted to take advantage of what was available to all Americans I love to tell the story about in in Boston's north end for many many many years it was a it was predominately almost exclusively I tell you the American and right and in the nineteen thirties when Joe DiMaggio was the great Yankee clipper the baseball player those people in the north end those men were Yankee fans and they were not fans of Ted Williams of the red Sox they identify with Joe DiMaggio all I can remember I can remember as a young television reporter on opening day covering stories of buses of Italian Americans leaving the north end to go to Yankee Stadium because they were still Yankee fans even though DiMaggio had long since retired and actually had a probably at that point passed on so yeah exactly well they were tried and true and they took pride in their heritage I get that today I'm listening to a local station and they were talking about you know what reparations and and it's gonna get convoluted because I'd say I told us what I said you know that the first slave owner North America was a black guy from Angola and he came here yeah during the war they call it indentured servants servitude god does the excel no but what I'm saying is there's enough Sindical around everywhere the end of a black woman slavery is not the scene of the African American community think you're saying that with many blacks were slaves there was some there was some and argue that the biggest one was indeed New Orleans it was a black woman and she owned a lot of slaves and she was the biggest slave owner norms for years so I mean it wasn't like I want it wasn't like three hundred let me ask you this what percentage of slave owners in America in a wall as the bill in all honesty bill do you think with black or white of course more with our white was it like sixty forty always in like ninety nine point ninety nine percent in point zero zero one percent that's already set well at one time twenty percent of free blacks in New Orleans owned slaves I never heard that speed stick in my life well I mean you know to me so this may I I'm I've been around I I think I know history I've never heard that statistic in my life someone might have told you that but I've never heard that what got me don't know this guy's name is that you can look them up his name is what was his name Anthony just said you are you alright all right email Robert if you wait a minute wait wait just look up the Anthony Johnson and he's from angle any live from sixteen hundred to sixteen seventy Bill Gates bill bill come on I don't want to go down this road because it is the exception to the rule slavery was America's original sin slave owners were overwhelmingly white could there be some more black I'll give you that possibility but it was the infinite decimal about so I don't want to go down that street and had that argument because it's just not relevant to what we're talking about tonight he was screaming about white devils and everything else and get that but up one thing okay great we'll talk soon thank you bill presage a call for a much bill a bill kept going six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine it's interesting you mentioned preparation right because Chuck Schumer marmite as Senate minority leader is supporting us slavery reparations bell or lease is supporting a study into slavery reparations wanting to support a study it's another thing to support the results of the study lawyer I don't think he said he might he might be highly influenced by well having having Schumer on a bell is is a pretty big step up it gives the bill shop or it may not have had a shop before we'll we'll talk about that sometime I have no idea how you figure that one out I have no clue we're gonna get one more in before the break and we're gonna go to a rocky rocky next a nice a good rocky are you guys figured me out again and again Nancy drastic my call the US wants also mobile with all this nonsense he didn't tell lever she's Palestinian descent correct that's correct didn't wasn't she allowed to put her hand on the car ran in this country to take the oath of office and I was I'm pretty sure I'm pretty sure that anybody who's Muslim is allowed to take a current why is that well why would they be able to find anything to them yeah I mean don't you're not over in pallet you're over here in the United States Catholic country yeah but she she's Muslim she's a Muslim and said that the whole point is to swear on something that means something to you so and not everybody believes in the Bible okay that's fair enough oh one more thing damn Florida let somebody just to jump in the democratic gov we have in this state wow what is going on with him the democratic it's much talk about Charlie Baker Charlie Baker just almost right these were public knowledge that why what is it with him bad malting uprising he what's all this stuff go wanted the registry the child and families I mean what does he do you know what he's got he's got some problems here in Massachusetts there's no doubt about that I don't think he has caused the problems certainly the people who he is appointed I need to be called on the carpet I don't think Charlie's down there deciding not to open there are things what happened on his watch which makes them you know he's he's part white rum and also be sure people why can't they be voted in on marriage instead of being boyfriend girlfriend friend uncle cousin why is that allowed to happen was he brought you you mean when you said voted in you mean you mean appointed to positions okay yeah we aren't you also act or not you want to pay back well that's what else you know here's the deal rocky okay in Massachusetts the way it works is judges are appointed by the governor and in this case governor Baker a Republican appointed a lifelong Democrat very much a political activist name Shelley Joseph now I suspect that he probably re regrets.
"baker charlie baker" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Think that this the same kinds of police, they tactics can be used on them. Imagine applying the standard of Justice to say, like a, a black guy who gets killed by a cop. We didn't find any evidence that the guy was innocent. I mean, come on. Yeah. I know you know, I did a lot of research on Muller of especially last year. I went through all the old documents like all the all the lawyers for the four guys were framed in Boston. And they sent me various one semi lot of stuff and a one of the one of the arguments that was made. One time, the, the state was looking for evidence scullery evidence. This was before the civil trial Muller was the was the director of the FBI at the time. This was in his early years as director, and the state said, can you send us any evidence and they said, well, you know, the we may have evidence that they didn't commit these crimes. But you know, that's just a that's just grounds for appeal. There's no there's. There's still grounds for believing they committed other crimes that weren't serving thirty five year life sentences some of them on death row. For other crimes. They were serving them for a crime a murder that they didn't commit that was committed by FBI informants, that Muller's Federal Bureau of investigation was trying to protect and now they're trying to protect the deep state. That's what this empire investigation was all about. That's what the Steele dossier was all about. And you know what again, it goes back. Jody Jennifer, the conservatory house of said this, this, this goes back to Admiral Rogers at the national security administration, pulling the pulling the right of contractors to what dip into the databases, I e spying on Americans and once he once he stopped that they needed a fallback strategies and alibis, as it were to what to explain what they had done, and that's that everything. Has followed from there. I mean think about that, Peter strucks testimony, they kept asking him direct questions. So I can't I can't answer because there's an investigation going on. So now, now they're sitting now, they're saying they were, they were leaking stuff to, to, to all the fake news outlets that the New York Times, the Washington Post CNN to a lesser degree MSNBC, and that was that was okay for them to leak information. But now they're concerned that deeply concerned. The latest one is Senator Mark Warner of the ranking member of the Senate intelligence committee from Virginia. He's very concerned that attorney general bar is going to leak classified information for polit- partisan purposes. Oh, you mean like you guys have been doing for three years? It's preposterous you know at various points during the press conference that, and it was it was a press conference. He didn't take any questions. It was only eight minutes long. He said at one point, they didn't have enough evidence to charge the president, with obstruction of Justice. And then at another point, he said they, they, they couldn't have charged him anyway, because of the O L C the office of legal counsel in the Justice department. So I mean, which was it? This is why you're not allowed under DOJ guidelines to have these kinds of press conferences, exonerate or, you know, announcing you're not going to file charges. This was even more outrageous than, than than Komi press conference, exonerating or not exonerating, Hillary Clinton. I mean so so in twenty 2016 Komi says while there's clear evidence she violated the law and committed crimes, but no reasonable prosecutor, what indictor so today it was the reverse. That was that was no evidence, but Trump did anything but we can't exonerate him as opposed to Hillary Clinton. There was evidence that she that she committed crimes. She violated the espionage act among other things, and we're not gonna prosecutor, there's two standards here. One for Democrats and one for Republicans eight four four five hundred forty two forty two yeah. Obama weaponize, the agency says four one three I mean that's pretty clear. Yeah, I, I know. Eight four four five hundred forty two forty two. Let's see Pete, you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead Pete. Hi. Forty million dollars. And all we got to show for it as a dog and pony show. Cover-up continue shell. Now, as you got, Jerry Nadler, Herman gearing running around. Who doesn't have a brain doesn't have a cool about the legal the Justice system in this country, yet he's run the show and he's doing doing nothing on Aleppo grandstanding. How would I, I know I know they and they keep saying, well, we, you know, we didn't find the evidence they had five hundred witnesses. They had a they had a million four hundred thousand documents or pieces of paper. Anyway, they had they had nineteen angry. Democrat lawyers. They had forty angry democrat FBI agents being what more did they need Pete. And they couldn't find a sentelle of evidence that he did anything. Try this. Why don't we take and get Fox News like CNN they got CNN is five o'clock in the morning. Six o'clock in the morning and stakeout stakeout, and all the rest of the gig ankle after nether and the rest of the. No. Look, look what happened. The Ken Starr when he was going after Bill Clinton, who, by the way did commit crimes who did have to pay Paula Jones, eight hundred fifty thousand dollars who did have to give up his law license I e he was disbarred, and every morning. They would stake out his home at dawn, you know, like like he was Roger stone and Muller got a total pass until he issued the report, which did exonerate, the president, despite what he says, and then they started going after a mature on Easter Sunday, being because he had he hit hit the wandered off the resume democrat reservation, thanks for the call Pete Russ. You're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Russ. Is that Washington scumbag, all I could think of us as ago fallen dead, your honorable the give their lives for the freedom of this country? And I also thought of the passengers that ninety three flight ninety three Americans that sacrifice being alive to save the United States senators, a United States, congressman right? Makes me sick and really the best came out of that individual. What you think about this? Okay. You're either innocent guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. Right. First of all, say that he was innocent. They wouldn't say that he was guilty in why. Because they have Joe. Okay. That is the most ridiculous statement I've ever heard from anybody. That's involved in law. How come how come the president of the United States has less fewer rights to presumption of innocence than groping Baker, Charlie? Baker son who allegedly groped that woman on the plane last year. Right. They won't say they won't say, boo. The feds won't say boo about that case because that those are the rules yet, yet they this guy can go out there and say, and say they can exonerate appraisal in one for the others. Yep. I know I know. Thanks, thanks for the call. Russ. Five await says this net does Nadler, remind you of general Burkhalter on on. Well he, he does look a little like, general Burkhalter. I don't think they're very similar, though, L politely. Eight four four five hundred forty two forty two seven seven four if they if he has no evidence then there's nothing to be exonerated for right? Right. Where was the evidence? And, and, you know, I guess pack niclely you can you can be you can be indicted for obstructing Justice on a on a frame up a railroad, but try to present that to a jury, you know. And get a unanimous verdict of twelve jurors. But you're you, you obstructed Justice in an investigation that was railroad that you were railroaded into, and it was promoted by your political enemies. And and investigated by crooked cops. I don't think you'd get a conviction on that on that criminal prosecution. Mike, you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead, Mike. Taking my call. Fella. Marina, I've always had little question about this guy integrity, more. Yeah, but I'll tell you he answered all the questions for me today. This guy has no one. He's lost it all. I'll tell you when you boss, your integrity. You've lost everything. And if you notice a little coordination this week. All of a sudden, you got Komi with his little editor. Royal. This book and then molar comes out today. Yeah. Fourth made it attack here as far as count. I think it's a attack Mike isn't it for the fact that? Declassify all these documents and they're going to be. Intelligence. Oh, they are. They are so, so now now Clapper and Brennan, and Komi can go back to saying, oh, well, this, this lays the groundwork for impeachment as long as they can keep talking about that. No one's going to be asking them about their their their lies under oath to congress and their lies to the Oregon encomium case to the Feis a court when he was seeking the warrant to survey oil Carter page, you know, they're they're they're they're liars. They're busted. They're caught. And so they're trying to turn it around. And again, the, the, the, the very accusation, that bar may politicize intelligence. I it's it rings, so hollow coming from any of these people, whether they're elected officials are just corrupt deep state bureaucrats like Brennan, Komi and Clapper, thanks for the call. Mike day will take a break. We'll come right back with more of your calls. Eight four four five hundred forty two forty. Two. I'm Howie Carr..
"baker charlie baker" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Twenty seven forty for Merrill, fans with the Kobe Hernandez, and that was an a seven Horsfield. So the twenty seven dollar mutual at a fairly short field that fairgrounds. That's not going to make too many people unhappy that went in that direction, and you had Zena rules the ten dollars for place. So some nice mutuals that Mexican held on for second at thirty five to one Lasco. Unbelievable. And I think people could be looking for either these over campers or the price horse in the short field. Again, if I were giving somebody advice, I would say if you can come up with any reason to play some of these horses. We're going to be underrepresented thirty twenty two place for the Mexican Lordy. Loudness Claudy that is that's a serious price sixty and four twenty of. The wind place on runabout so funny situation where yeah, you're better off having the second place finisher. Even though you're capped at twenty two dollars. You're still doing significantly better than the winner. And it's interesting some players will just sort of understand that map and intuitively gravitate towards longshots thinking that understanding that that can happen. And it gives you a little bit of an extra edge, potentially others. And I think I fall into this category. It's just so hard to play a horse that you don't like in a mandatory, regardless of the theory behind trying to catch the place price pays more than the winner. Well, and watching it Akwa duct as well as you had a run off winner and that one. Quick glance year. Bluegrass jamboree for Charlton Baker Charlie Baker with a sugar Mako Maper sugar maple farm product of five year old mare. She was two to one we'll look for the runner up coming across the the wire and. There's a long wait as it happens. And while we wait, we wait for the place horse and seeing sugar maple, and of course, John Nehru long association with sugar maple and yesterday if you didn't hear me mentioned it the wonderful news that the Belmont sprint championship. Which always felt kind of knock you ass- as a as a name very generic name will be renamed for John Nair Suda, really nice. Really nice noble. Freud was second one five three two at Ecuador's. So no, no big balloons in Seattle v little past halfway now in New York Santa Anita underway. And this is the second at the great race place. We'll look at around nine minutes to the third and Oaklawn and seventeen minutes to Tampa's, seventh already Gulfstream. We should note is three minutes on the board. It's three minutes, but the rainbow. Sex. And you know, Casey, we are right at the top of the hour. They're leaving the paddock or they're on the walking ring. We can we can they'll be a few minutes. Let's take the break year case come right back, and we'll get into our to as the rainbow six pool. It's only five million. So they'll wait twenty minutes, if they have to to get it to the number that they're looking for and at those of you that were following Santa Anita. You just had the the tours romp home. Mortal creek at five to two for Bob Hess, paradise farm back to Treasure Island after this word our into data to that an H C stay.
"baker charlie baker" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Com last February, and it's amazing story. And she's she's now an ex state trooper, and so she's she's written this kind of a it's a memoir. I guess you'd call it an autobiography, it's she it's only online you can get it. We have we we we tweeted out a link, Steve because people have had a tough time finding a link. All I had was the file we'll find a way to post it though. Yeah. We'll post it. So you can read it. If you want to read it at seventy eight pages, I would say start about page twenty. You know, she had a crappy a lien joined the club. Right. A what a good childhood really seriously, but around page twenty when she goes to work at scuttle butts starts to get interesting. But the turtle boy is described in a she's very angry at turtle boy, she calls him, a white trash blogger. She says he she has more skeletons in his closet that she does that would be difficult. He's got to have a big closet if that's the case. And so we wanted to get turtle boy out here to get his reaction to the to the memoirs since he figures heavily into I figure somewhat into it. But the turtle boy is the is the main. He's the main purpose of the of the story. The main heavy the black short. I'm just an old, man. I'm just an old man Stocker who just calls up the calls up the bar every day trying to buy some weed from the. Yeah. Yeah. I mean what what a book. This was I highly recommend it. If you guys want to we actually have the entire book in our blog about it. So if people want to go to the site and read it tweet out whatever it's right in there. You read the entire thing. The good stuff starts kind of like at skull the growing up, you know, the whole sob story about oh, my childhood, and blah, blah, blah. No, one cares. It was a remarkable book. Let me just tell you. When you read it, you realize this woman. Power to a rescue. If you're going too fast or this woman had power of you can't spell. She was the incoherent rambling thoughts of a seventeen year old valley girl. It's the best way. I could describe that. You know, what got me turtle? Boy, I known I've known a lot of cops in all cops say, you know, if you want to go out on disability, all you have to do is go into the chief for your captain, or whatever and say I had a dream last night chief, I ate my God. Right. You're out. You're right. So she's talking about how she she keeps going back. I wanted to kill myself. I had the gun in my hand. But I the guy was outside my classmates. So I didn't want him to hear the gun going off. She keeps going on and on about killing yourself. But then she says, why won't they rehire me? Why can't I go back to the job? I mean, you're kidding me. She thinks she was the job basically between being a dispatcher and being know what in the in the car for for like seven eight years, and she and she still thinks she was going to go back to work come on. The best part of she thought she was going to go back as like a new position about like, the she said she wanted to be the spokesperson. The state police as it's like. Like, she had some type of moral like. As if that's how the state police work. They have like a reformed unit. You know, like how prisoners get out? And then they talk to other people to council kids, but not to go to jail. You could still be a cop and be like, oh, you can be a drug dealer state police officer. This is reality. Like, what is she living? Right. I I kept thinking. Self. You know, we've all known people the women that were in in jail for whatever reason every once in a while. I mean, you could go down to the you're right. You could go to jail and just get somebody who's being released after two weeks for whatever. And they would be as good a spokesman for a life of crime as her right? Yeah. And I'll tell you that the most the most disappointing part of the book is that she doesn't even explain how it's basically just a burn book. She'd mentioned all these guys whose having affairs with don't get me wrong. I found that very compelling. And if you were those troopers you'll probably sweating bullets like, oh, please don't say my name. Please don't say my name, you know, but but most of the book doing that. But what people really want know? How'd you get the job? You know? Who'd you? Why are you not burn these bridges? You have nothing to lose at this point. In the book. All these people have ditched her. No one's returning your call. So just spill the beans. Yeah. How'd you get that? No, she didn't mention Mary McGovern the book, you know, the former Colonel who is one of our best friends for some reason, she mentioned Jodi Dolo who is the person in charge of doing her background research. We found out emails right already friends with how does phone number. They talked outside of you know. And. Karen? How about you mentioned? Charlie Baker Charlie Baker. I was on his detail outside of his house. He came up and asked if he could Kojak. So I say, oh, well, this is interesting. But what about all those selfish, you talk with Karen Pollino, who's from the same hometown as you are Shrewsbury? Yeah. Yeah. That's what that's what people really want to know is because this whole thing. The way the state police, they blamed it all on her, and I don't feel bad for because she is in his book. So I can't feel bad or anything like that. But they literally threw it. If I was her I would be burning bridges at this point. Because these people, you know, they blamed it on your she didn't get on here really believes when you're reading these rambling there that she got on because of her own merit the Dan risking her ex boyfriend. The disgraced Lieutenant Colonel who covered up the Kim Murray crash in two thousand eleven right, right. Who has who has other? You know, he's not a nice guy either. He's not he's not a guy that you read about in this in this block if you can call it. Danny. Oh, danny. Dan. Yeah. Interesting. She talked about in the book how then he risky and got a call from the state trooper who was drunk and smashed into a woman, and he covered it up. No good deal. Just tell them like that's not a big deal. She she she helped one of the top state copses a lesbian. You know? I thought that was odd. Don't don't mention the name turtle boy you'll we'll we'll have to answer for that. If we though, but, you know, well, it's it's pretty obvious who it is. And I, yeah, it's it's a strange it's a strange book. And and you know, the other thing is too she she doesn't take any any responsibility. You know, she makes it sound. Like, you know, that this was just like somebody coming to the door to sell her a flower. You know, when she sells all this pot. All this hydro. She was selling two kinds of pot two. She was sold. Hydroponic stuff. And then just the regular run of the mill stuff, and she just totally brushes it off in the perjury. Oh. The victim here. I mean, that's the thing. She had a chance in two thousand five to give them what they wanted. And she didn't she chose. She chose to perjure yourself at that point Peter Levitt, the US attorney using prosecuting her, you're that's perjury. You're going to jail now that that was the deal is off the table. There's no more immunity, whatever she got a second chance. And that guy by the way is shady as it gets. All right. Pete eleven now, he works in criminal defense or whatever. But he will not comment about this. He was not investigated for his role in coincidentally, by the way, she gave him every single bit of information that could make sure Sean Bucci went to jail for ten years. You know what I mean? Like, maybe there was some type of promise there's no way to prove that or anything like that. But it's very coincidental. Like literally a year after she gives everything you could possibly wanted to flatter boom. She's all of a sudden the dispatcher, Sean while Sean Bucci got his revenge, and it's a dish. Best served cold. Right. Turtle. Boy. That's very true. Although she named his site dot com. Right. You know, what amused me just as a as a newspaper man to she? She gave this, you know, the sob story to the Boston Globe. And then she says at the end, sadly, it didn't have any effect. Hey, welcome to twenty nineteen. The Boston Globe has no has no impact on the on the on the on the dialogue in the Commonwealth. She didn't realize transgender midget or something like that. They would have gone a little further. I, you know, I lost count of how many bars she worked at how many guy she was with, you know. It just keeps your, bro. Badges and power that was the one team that they all have in common. So the good part about. About being Leauge induced. You just do it all over again. You know, she's still young. She's on the right side of forty. And you know, he's still got it. And you know, you just find you keep badging your way around. And there be another guy. You know, it seems they had another thing in common. And that is a thirst grader with cast a shadow. You know, there were there was there was there was there was more alcohol even the drugs in her in her autobiography. Yeah. She knows how to climb the ladder. I'll different. She's very good at that. So hey, we got we got two guys who read the book. What what's your review is? This is this worth reading. I will be internal boy it is because we're villains in the end. I mean, or we wouldn't be index. I think she's a moron for not putting it on Amazon. I would have paid ten bucks for the doubt about it. Of course, I'm gonna read that. So she gave it away for free. I'm sure she's strapped for cash what she's thinking. I mean, where does this rank on the in the pantheon of great auto biographies? Would you say it's better than I know why the caged bird sings for Malcolm? She's no, you you lissi Simpson grant, let's put it that way. But. She's a little she's a little better than Steinbeck. But not quite Mark Twain somewhere in between. Yeah. You can stomach looser 'cause she spells it whenever she says loser. It's always Ellie. Oh SEER. And that's just one of my pet peeves. That particular words, no. Not a common word, but I've never seen. It spelled S C R S C R O N Y scrutiny. Oh, I missed. Yeah. Yeah. It's a it's really something. Well, anyway, go go there if you want this. We've just had turtle. Boy, he's yeah. We tweeted it out, and he's and you can identify him as the white trash blogger. That's that's that's how he's identified and I might benefit as the Howie Carr. And what you're listening to by the way is not a radio or TV show. It's a podcast, according to Leah. Pot bill. I know I know I gotta buy. It's it's gonna be everywhere. I don't eat the drive to what Dan verse to get it anymore. Turtle. Boy. Thank you. Thanks for checking in with us on that. It's a pretty it is a pretty funny read, I must say, I'm Howie.
"baker charlie baker" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Eight four four five hundred forty two forty two six three Eric Holder would be the perfect democrat Canada scofflaw who was held in contempt of congress. Yeah. Well, here's a here's a good lane. That. For made six oh, Elizabeth Warren and beta white people trying to run as something other than white paper. That's that is that's an excellent lane. That is a that's a that's true lane. Right there. Eight four four five hundred forty two forty two beaver state Finian says one of our idiotic liberal senators is considering running for years. He's had his snout landed in Awad as well. You know, what Jeff Merkley I call him. Matt I call a meth jerkily has patches IQ, none of his char-. Jeff Merkley is he the one that has the list which widen Ron Ron the Ron by. I'd like to be reelected. You're you're you're gonna give Ron Wyden. The pass though, he's the one who led James Clapper to perjure is himself as legion. Do. So would say. Yeah. But I think that was one of those swallows the cap Toronto deal. You know, I don't think he knew what the hell. He was doing something happen. You know, eight four four five hundred forty two forty two nine one nine is at the right time for another Kennedy. The only Kennedy I want to see running as John Kennedy. And I don't mean John F Kennedy. I mean, I I mean, John Kennedy from Louisiana. I liked that guy. He's a Republican, of course, eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two and some some people have already stepped aside like small Duval, Patrick, the former governor of Massachusetts is not running. Looks like Amy klobuchar is going to run someone left her presidential campaign documents behind out of coffee shop and a reporter found him. Like mock-ups of her logo and her campaign slogan, and everything again was this do you think? Do you think the reporter really found them or did someone give him a tip that they would be there? You know, where where is the I don't even know I've been I've never been able to really pronounce her name clue klobuchar. Is that how you pronounce did closure closure? I guess I can learn to pronounce it. I learned how to pronounce Blagojevich Blagojevich. I mean, he's going to get that pardon. I Florida just gave like a one point four million felons the right to vote. I mean, there's there's his he he'll he'll be the early favorite in the Florida primary. If he gets the pardon he gets out, I guess Eugene Debs did run for president from prison Lyndon LaRouche. Did I I believe in from NBR in we was in Rochester with Jim Baker. The Reverend Jim Baker and the Raymond rubber lips Patriarca junior. Eight four four five hundred forty two forty two. How many of these Democrats are just setting up to raise money? I I'm telling you if you've ever been to the Senate and sat up during the gallery, they all they all have. They're all legends in their own mind. You know, they on on both parties eight four four five hundred forty two forty two Russ you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Russ first of all all the democratic candidates running for president as far as I'm concerned near the bottom of the barrel. And they don't even deserve to be American never mind, president of the United States, and how we will tell you when I think of most of these scumbags that are in Washington. And I think of the fifty six signers of a direct correlation of independence and five of the scientists were captured about the British tortured and killed twelve of them their homes, ransacked and burned twenty of them had their sons captured and several of them died in the war. It's serving that was did they do understand that that was a pretty vicious war. You know there. There's been a couple of recent books about that. There were there were Tross cities on. Both sides, and there were people from basically the same country fighting. It was a civil war in many ways. Yeah. Now, let's not forget they pledged alive step fortune in this sacred honor. And really telling me how many idiots in Washington have any kind of sacred. Okay. Seriously. I I it is so disgusting. How we can really question is. Now, if you if freedom in jobs are important to you, then reelect President Trump, right? If you want the environment Nazi MacDill jobs take over the country and take away your freedoms then both for some idiot in the Democratic Party. I I agree Russ. I mean, it's it's very dangerous to vote for a democrat. I mean, Hillary Clinton made no secret in the campaign. I mean, she didn't say I want to get rid of the first amendment the second amendment. But that's what it boils down to all the things. She was saying. And I mean, you see you see what they were trying to do to Donald Trump. They're gonna. And if Hillary had been elected we wouldn't have ever found out about any of this what they were doing. And they're still waging this this this rearguard action to prevent any of them from going to prison or or divulging who who was really behind this. And I think we all know who's really behind that at the end or who knew about it at least. So I mean, it's very it's very dangerous to put a democrat back in the White House or this any one of these current crop of Democrats. I should say, Shirley, thanks for the call Russ. Shirley, you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Shirley. Hello. Hi. Now, let me tell you. I think your Keller John newest Mack TV outstanding. Thank you. Number one, number two trees. Well, I seen yet. Peg crew mention that chop out. He did he said that they should just. Confiscate or? Take all of El Chapo is money. He supposedly has fourteen billion dollars. And they could just take that money. The government could grab it. If when he's found LT as part of his restitution, or whatever they wanna call it revocation, or I don't know. I don't know what the word is. And just take the money and use it to build the wall. By the way, there was there's a new story today out, Shirley at the trial of El Chapo, it came out the afternoon that he bribed the former president of Mexico the guy that Trump met with during the campaign. How about you? Excuse me. Auto pen yet, though, a hundred million dollars hundred million dollars pretty good bribe Hillary Clinton's looking at that like impressive. I remember when Whitey Bulger had one of the candidates for city council on his payroll for one hundred bucks a week. Hundred million dollars. Thanks for the call. Shirley, keep less than Neil. You're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead nail. How you doing tonight? Good. So I was wondering if you thought about our famous closeted democrat here in Massachusetts, Paul divall, Charlie Baker. I only started listening fifteen minutes ago. I'm sure someone came in with this already. But now, I I, you know, I don't know. Have you seen the that? Now casick is being courted the form. Now, the former governor of Ohio is being courted by MSNBC and CNN just like Jeff flake, the never Trumper. Former Senator from Arizona. I mean, don't you think Charlie baker's Charlie Baker should be in the running for a gig MSNBC or CNN? I mean as much as as disappointed as he is repeatedly with Donald Trump for president. You know? So I'll be serious now. What about a guy like Joe Manchin? He seems like he's a democrat who has to live in West Virginia. Righty? I'm not sure if he was just showing his is I need to be reelected spots. Yeah. I kind of I think he's kind of oily Neil. And his his his daughter has got a has got. She's she's does those what does that medical device that technology Steve where they charge? You a depends epi peds, and she they were charging like hundreds of dollars or thousands of dollars making huge profits. I think she I think she finally moved out of the presidency of that company. But yeah. And the other thing Neal is that's a that's a small state, and it's a Republican state. And it's it's not going back to the Democrats the democratic governor just became a Republican. I I don't I don't see mansion someone says where is Sam Nunn when you need them. See see him. None. Couldn't go anywhere. The democrat party. None of these. None of the people that were senators and governors when we were kids would would get out of the primary they probably in in states like Massachusetts where you have to get fifty percent of the vote of party activists that a convention to get on the ballot. Some states have rules like that. They couldn't even get on the ballot. The none of these scoop Jackson, you think scoop Jackson could get elected in Washington state now. Hell, no. No John Connolly in taxes. John Connally was one of the first Texas Democrats who became a Republican. He was ahead of his time. Rick Perry will use to be a democrat all those all those guys in Texas used to be Democrats. Phil gramm. There was no they saw. There was no future for them in the in the democrat party. I I'm not even sure there's a future for a guy. Like beta Rourke, you know. I mean, he is when you get right? I don't care. What is his nickname is? He's a white guy. He's again, he's a Caucasian that make a Caucasian male any Scott. A wife about a husband a wife that that makes him an enemy of the people as far as a huge percentage of the Democrats are. Five. Oh, wait. I hate to think of this. But we'll moot. Shell run in two thousand twenty. I don't think so I don't think so besides I hope not Oprah. Oprah's already endorsed beta hasn't she I mean, she had an event for him. And I it's like, it's not gonna be Oprah. You know, they were trying to push her into a race in two thousand sixteen but she's not going to run. They're all a bit oily says a nine. Yeah. Nine three seven. Yeah. But some of them are able to you know. Use the anti oil shampoo, a little more effectively than others. I always like, you know, I see mansion sometimes on TV, and I always want to like, you know, take a shower after I see him eight four four five hundred forty two forty two. We'll be right back. I'm Howie Carr. Don't touch that. Dial. Come. We'll be back after this. So here's a timely stat for you almost half of us make a New Year's resolution every single year, we've all made them and most of us have probably broken them happens to the best of us. My renew years resolution is not the fall off my bike this year. So far, I'm doing okay. When my hand gets better, probably it'll be harder to keep it..