17 Burst results for "Balkany"
"balkany" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail
"Yeah three fifty nine. I think it was three six to nine. But here's the rub apart from massive cost which is gold thousand goal whistles all the way through the palace? Here's the RUB. Because the rains Windsor. Integrate fire where it order for the for the clean to be able to pay the cost of refurbishing and repairing Windsor Castle she would introduce public access to Buckingham Palace? They were Charles quite for the tickets for the money for the tickets would go towards repairing Windsor Castle. I did it but the thing is by nine a All the money from Buckingham Palace. It'd be insufficient sort of pair Windsor Castle but what happened in isolation nine. They kept collecting the money. People still paying for the doors. Come into Buckingham Palace. Where's the money going acquaintance taking it? So we're paying three billion pounds palace. She's keeping the money from the tickets that you sell the door doc and apart from you Norman. A people kicking up much of a fuss. Not Enough again sir. I mean the kicking up a fuss about some of the thus about Andrew in Jeffrey Epstein and they think about Harry something sensitive whether he should be supported from the public purse. But but these are all kind of little spotlights. Volt Lights Picking up on you know whether we'll stops people don't like it and they say that's that's not right but people aren't doing I think can I have done. I hope is to look at the whole picture. Veteran say this whole thing is a benefit needs to be sorted out helicopter vision that people have yet got which I'm trying to sets attached so they understand how connected and what do you think should happen. Well I mean what do you think should happen is that should be. I mean vast semi-desert all family. which would become you come from a European monkey? We lost imperial monarchy the French the Germans the Russians the Austrians. We'll go over to the imperial real monkeys on monthly the cover of book. There's a picture of Buckingham Palace Balcony. There are false you for them on that Balkany. What are the doing the Swedish no which is for your fool? People delivering all the necessary royal duties in these countries. That's how it should be so. They should be slim right down the first thing that you happen. Second thing that should be you're paying taxes properly and openly which said not and thirdly. We should've potted freedom of information accident to find what's what's going on in the fishery. What are the chances of us? Bliss happening though Norman. Well I don't know I mean you know apparently role something came down We don't whether this is this is what's happening now is a catalyst for the change. Or whether it's just I mean certainly the papers have been much more hostile. So they're all in last six months naturally remember. I didn't sign for twenty five years. People don't want to be into the clean people. Think the cleanest. Good job that she's a good person and people don't want to to upset her when she doesn t three. So I think wouldn't wouldn't the queen dies that would be. That would be the crucial point. Join just whether or not people think hanging enough of this to queen was lovely. But you know we don't really want Charles the royals and the properties and the castles some whatnot A.. As so valuable to really aren't they they draw lots and lots of tourists. Will he do think we should base our constitutional almost tourism tourism to notes. But you can still have the Buckingham Palace. You could still have the changing the guard. One reopen dominant bears games only because Silica Nestled the families of liberty. That's the detail for today. I'm Sharon Break Kelly. The detail is brought to you by newsroom. Dot Co dot inside made possible possible by Irene said and Near hit the subscribe button to stay across the detail every day. And if you're able please leave a rating as it helps other listeners. Find signed us. This episode was engineered by Jeremy Ansell in produced by Alexia Russell and thanks to Norman Baker Calcutta..
"balkany" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"Donating your time to this to this podcast art, let us start with. Let's start with the XFL and let last week the XFL announced that more than half of its games will be on broadcast television as part of the deals that they announced with FOX ESPN as I creep here from John wall. Randy freaking gusty multi year deal calls for twenty four of the XFL's forty three games to be on broadcast television, thirteen on ABC eleven on FOX and that will include to Thursday, primetime games on FOX in April of twenty twenty just so the audience knows John random, the sports business daily reported that the deal will result that no rights to the XFL. So these networks and not paying the XFL any rights money. They will the networks pay for the production costs of the games. Which will probably amount to around a half million four hundred thousand dollars the networks will sell ads, and that's how they'll make their money. So that gives you an overview, and so Ben I want to start with you. You know, we're just coming off the af folding and now here's as spring football league, which is going to debut in twenty twenty and it has if nothing else some major major broadcast partners. How did you view this? This XFL announcement last week. I'm sure XFL would probably not prefer the lens of how do you? How do you look at this without thinking about the af, but you know, the graveyard littered with the corpses of spring football leagues, you know, whether it's the previous XFL or the af or you know, the US fell years ago. So I think there's you know, some skepticism, but the media deals pretty good. I mean, they're going to be the exposure twenty four broadcast games on Saturday afternoon and the consistent timeslot, I think. They described this as the you know, the best media deal for startup week. And I mean that seems pretty fair. So I mean, at least from a visibility standpoint, if you wanna watch football you wanna see this leagues he will not have to look very far. And so visibility wise. It's it's it's pretty good. What does that mean for the long term viability the league? I'm not sure question Hannah. Again, this sort of the same view. Then is correct. I mean to get FOX ESPN off the bat for league that has not played, you know, single down yet is a pretty big co. To see the news initially. It's not skepticism on the heels of a folding. Once he got into the house of the deal and self. I think there's a lot more room for growth here with with Balkany beefy coming in, you know, they'll be on broadcast television as opposed to a was bouncing between CBS NFL network Turner, these games people even just tuning into ESPN ABC turn into Mexico game. Even if my attention and get a feel for the league this year. So I think it is a bit of a trial period with. No, right Steve being attached to the deal. And I think that will definitely could help XFL to stabilize itself this season. One of the things I always think about is the spring football as a media play one is the interest there in term. Terms of people interested in this product to watch. And then Secondly, if there are people like what's the ceiling on the amount of people, and this'll be for both you and and Hannah, it's it's sort of goes beyond a media question into what do you think of spring football just sort of as an entity? And then if he expanded as an entity with potential interest. I don't know what the specific figure is. But if you look at the proliferation of college football bowl games, you know, the last ten fifteen years, you've got games all through December. You know, you know, with ridiculous names like the beef jerky, Jack, wink, whatever they are. Right. These are not games with marquee football teams. Right. You've got six six gay teams from sunbelt conference going to Birmingham to play. You know, another six and sixteen from some conference..
"balkany" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"You know, the thing is about that is, and I'll tell you we're dealing with that we dealing with that right now, you know, when my sixteen year old and a high school, and where the problem starts people have their opinion about why licensed in the game it starts at high school. And I'll tell you these coaches play these kids that shouldn't be playing and he black kids and sitting on the bench and not playing when their better players better athlete, and it's the political game. If the pay to play if I paying the play on travel ball team, then they you know, they're not lend some kids come out for the high school team. I had to go speak on the behalf of a friend of mine that hit they wouldn't let us come to trial because he didn't play on the coaches travel Balkany. And that's the problem. That is not what baseball's should be about Gary Sheffield, my man, thanks so much joining the podcast. And again, you have my baseball hall of fame vote as. Long as you're on the ballot. Appreciate you, man. And and and and and continue success, but. It's time for the pocket protector. Centrum the analytic numbers you need to know. Well, maybe f s one's Anthony math Thurston is his name and Bs analytics is game. What you got for me? Anthony all right today. We're getting some welcome to the pitchers specifically the ones who rack the strikeouts and keep the ball in the ballpark. There's a stack called stip or fielding independent pitching that works just like ERA. But as explained the name, it takes a pitcher defense out of the equation dip, it gives you a great real pitchers performance of what they can control strikeouts walks it by pitches and home runs while not penalizing them for poor defense behind them. But the ERA doesn't do. Now, the wartimes of batter puts the ball in play the west control pitcher has on the outcome of that at that. So a pitcher with a high strikeout profile is going to fare much better when it comes to fifth now, it's no surprise the last year. The Mets Jacob degrom led the league in fifth with one point nine nine Mark, actually. Higher than Ziara last year one point seven zero. He was ridiculous, but he had a common thread with the rest of the leaderboard the top five stip last year. All struck out more than ten batters through nine innings walked fewer than three per nine innings and allowed west than a home run per game. It was two grand Trevor Bauer Patrick Corbin. Max Scherzer and Garrett Cole not bad company. Right by the way, top sixteen in fifth last year. One ninety plus games, lower your fifth increase your winds..
"balkany" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Here's 93.7 the fans, Eric Hagman. Thank you L is a practice day between games against the Red Wings for the penguins has they welcome back have Getty Balkany center fulfill and Brian Ross bulk it looks to return for that upper body injury that dot Caillebotte the last eight games he said he's hopeful of playing tomorrow night. Mike Salvin said he'll be a game time decision personal tank. Went through a full practice, but without contact, Brian doable and chat Zach acid raise. The other. Injured pens did not go on the ice with their teammates TSN hockey insider Darren told us the penguins are going to get into the playoffs. But after that what I wonder though, is if they do have that next level the experience of the Fairwood Kelsey, they do, but they're going to have to prove that there won't be any change in the Eastern Conference playoff race. Tonight. Everyone involved his idol Jason tile hardwood, clues her the pirates opener starts against the cardinals. As the team's wrap up their two game series at PNC park. Byles Michael is also in one will go for Saint Louis. I pitch seven oh five over on the fan. Eric Hagman NewsRadio ten twenty Katie K sports. I am a veteran. We hit a mine in Vietnam. But I came home. I didn't know where to turn as America's veterans face challenges. DAV is there I think he's never given up. Hope is always there to remind me we have a life to live DAV provides a lifetime of support helping veterans of every generation get the benefits they've earned. I am a veteran. But at that get out I spent two years along in homeless every year DAV helps more than a million veterans. So they can reach victories. Great and small. My victory was finding the support to get back on my feet. Now, I'm getting things right with my family. I finally admitted with my PTSD I wasn't doing well. But there's more to be done and more victories.
"balkany" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Just don't wanna believe too. I don't believe it R Kelly was CBS this morning's Gayle king who spoke about the experience on the program. He felt that in his mind. Everybody's lying. I said, but there's so many people who are on the same store, and he kept going back going back been the women don't know each other. And he said, how do you know, they don't know each other on social media? You're connected. He thinks everybody's trying to do a book deal or they're trying to do a movie was she concerned at all about her safety during the interview favorite son favorite daughter, and Oprah all called me and said where frayed did you think he was going to hit you? I actually never thought that. I think that he was I thought I might get accidentally clobbered, but I didn't think that he would deliberately try to hurt me. I never felt endanger talking to him. I just felt that he had a lot of emotion he wanted to release it. And you know, when it was all over we had a conversation. We said goodbye. And I think at the end of the day that he was able to say what he wanted to say, meanwhile, two women who live with our Kelly are defending him in their relationship with him as real clarity and Jocelyn savage twenty one and twenty three respectively told Gail. King that they love Kelly even though their families claim, he's brainwash them. What is your relationship both of you with with with R Kelly? That's what it is. We're in a relationship with him. Is a very strong relationship. Yes. Most definitely should be concerned. Now why? Well, my parents knew what I have always been for four years. They have now they know that I've been well taken care of. They never thought you were missing as well. They were wondering if you were. Okay. Well, my parents have actually came to Chicago and see me a few times. They've I've talked to them. They stop answer my calls. You know, what they say? They say that you were you were brainwashed. Your I talked to your dad last night. He says my daughter is brainwashed. And he's very concerned. He said he was here two days ago when you wouldn't even look him in the eye. Okay. I wouldn't look him in the eye because he's a liar. He's a liar. I'll tell you why they're concerned, Azure. All because they say she's seventeen we found text messages that indicated that she was having sex with our Kelly when she was seventeen is that true. Now that is the lie that is was having sex. We him at seventeen. Why would they want to lie about you there? Okay. So when I first met, Robert, my parents told me to lie about my. So when I met him he thought that I was eighteen on top of that. When I was seventeen. My parents were actually making me trying to give me to take photos with ham, take sexual videos with him all kinds of stuff. Wait, wait. Wait, your parents encourage you to do sexual videos with R Kelly. Yes. And they said because if they ever have to blackmail him what they're trying to do. Now, they can use it against him. Which is exactly what they're doing. This is the first time hearing to be honest with you that your parents are trying to get money from our Kelly. Okay. Because your father told a very different story. Yeah. To me last night. He's the manipulated. He's very manipulative. So he's the one you need to watch out for. But my dad, and my mom there started to send threats to Balkany and him. They said, oh, Al all your naked pictures all over the world. I'm going to ruin you. I'm going to ruin him. If he doesn't seem twenty thousand dollars to this Bank account by Monday, I'm going to put everything out there, and then ten thousand dollars after that you're trying to solicit me like, I'm some hope I'm not I'm your child xactly. Now, you sound very angry with your parents. Tell me why you're crying tell me. Because you don't know the truth you guys believe in. So this is all. You can't that you're ignorant and you're stupid. That's the world we live in negative..
"balkany" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Yes. The stabber got so embarrassed with himself. I expected it was just chaos, and he was fell. And ran and jumped off the balcony. I am reading the beastie boys book, which is it's unbelievable. So hard to get through because there's your so much of it. But there was a story late in the book it is. So unbelievably funny because it's about this guy who wound up playing Bongos with the band for repair time in the guy is just crazy and one moment. Banga? The story of this guy. He is. And you think to yourself debatable is probably hung with some crazy motherfuckers in their time. This guy was just one of the most all time characters. Mitchell was what they call them that was really his name, but they were talking shit about Mitchell. They were all talking shit about all the crazy stuff that he was doing this very tiny in room green room stage. The backstage. There was like a window with fire escape, and whatever and Mitchell there was a bathroom in there. And they've been talking shit about him for so long and all of a sudden Mitchell came out of the being. Mitchell comes out, and they described it what they described his that. No one they should have been like, we're so sorry. We didn't realize you're in there. And that's really not cool of us to to talk about the that way. He said instead everybody ran out of it. He's like three people ran up the fire scape. Like did ran around the ran out the door. That's what this guy is in that. He just lost his mind and jumped off about I have a friend who she she has this great story when she was in college. She had she hooked up with this girl. She she's lesbian, and it didn't end well, and she was at some party, and like some house party, and she was in a bedroom. Like where bunch of people were and this girl walked in the bedroom door, and she just saw her and freaked and turned and ran out to the balcony and just yelled, I'm coming down. And let about she's like she's like I wasn't even thinking I just leapt over the second story balcony. She's like I landed right on my feet, and like my hit the ground, and I stood right up. And everyone was just like the coolest. They have ever seen. Other girl wanted to date her again. After that. Could have gone wrong. Really, really? She's like the fact that even just thought yell I'm coming over. I'm coming down. So people would clear out of the way, she's like architecture the idea of like because I would just imagine you jump over the side and your legs or completely straight and. Yeah. And then you're done. You don't have legs anymore. I actually have another friend from college who he when he was like ten or something like that. He he and his friend drew drag mattresses out to the ground, and then went up to his bedroom window, and they were like we're gonna jump out the window onto the mattresses, and he landed straight legged on both of his feet, and he's one of the only people in the world to have ever broke, both he'll bones. It is almost impossible to break. A heel bone and Emrick Mike both of them like the doctors who were working on him. Like, they actually wrote a study on it because that never been done before. What did his lesbian girlfriend? Well for Dondo either you jumped jumped over the second floor balcony, breaking the first and second floor balcony railings on his way down. Walkway below. He then took off. Yes, he lives. Well, you actually gets airlifting but police caught up with him in the nine hundred block of Duval street. Blah, dress. Was one of three. St. the app, still blocks. Wow. Dondo caused at least eleven hundred dollars worth damage. And the best story that anyone will ever stabbing ended the wedding party. And I fight closed early. A police report wrote in the report the guests were very upset when we arrived. Oh my God. What dummy fainted? Never came back on probably the guy got stabbed. You would just you and hope that someone deals with it. When I wake up this thing that'll be off in my leg. Retied someone recover like house a friendship recover from. He ever come back. And he's like dude you stabbed me at my wedding after I fell off a stack or before for Balkany and had to get airlifted all about you..
"balkany" Discussed on WDRC
"There's always goes to the head of the live on the LARs Larson show. Welcome back to the LARs Larson show. It is a pleasure to be with Dr Martin Jake's from Great Britain, the author of when China rules the world, and you know, the title of that book is gonna make it solemn the United States doctor because an awful lot of people are concerned about that. So let me frame this for you at the same time that China's becoming this economic powerhouse of the world, the United States and much of Europe is burying itself in so much debt. If twenty twenty five years from now, China is, you know, the preeminent economic force on the planet and the rest of us are so buried deep in debt because most of us can't see a way that the United States or Europe could turn around and say we're going to start living within our means. And we're gonna not only do that. But pay off all the trillions of dollars of debt. We have some of which we owe to China, which as you say is going to become the economic powerhouse. So what happens then? I think that the the western countries have to put the house in order. I mean, you know, we did become addicted to that. And we have to wean ourselves off it it hasn't always been true. And we we have to we we we we have to stop living night that I think that. This is absolutely necessary. And it requires all kinds of shifts in mentality at all levels from the individual to to government and corporations and saw the credits. And and it also requires a kind of longer term view, you know, to to longer term view, particularly the economy, which is, you know, if you can have a decent infrastructure, which America in my view, no longer has then you would how'd you get a decent infrastructure. You have to save for the future will actually what they're gonna have to do is big enough to borrow some money as well. I mean, you're going to have to borrow some money in this situation to to reconstruct it infrastructure, but the good thing about infrastructure is it requires long-term planning long long time conception, you know, station period for infrastructure is very long, and I think one of the things we've lost actually in western societies minute deaf being treated is this sense of you know, of the future. You know, we we sort of we we live for the national. Exactly. Day of worship the president. That's that is a very bad mentality. I agree with you. But here's what I wanted to get to. Dr Jake says that you said China will be the economic powerhouse of the planet by twenty fifty if not sooner when they hold the debt and we owe the debt do I want. I'm more curious in the context of your book as to what that means for the rest of us. Do we become effectively colonies of China? No. I think much too extreme putting it. I think that what what what what what will happen if? I was trying to become the the the financial center of the country with these resources, which even support country. It certainly has now is that it gives China lots of bog boggy pattern that I'll give you unconscious look to China. So one of the things that's happening. Now is that you know developing. Well, you know, I mean who's funded? Africa's recent transformation. No question is being the Chinese and this is happening not just in Africa. But it's happening in some MO modest way in Latin America, and it's happening in East Asia, notably in south East Asia. And so, you know, China is making is is making significant loans. Now, let me just remind you of a very interesting Macha in this context. We remember cereal summits to save the euro. Yeah. Well at the end of October. There was a particularly sort of heavyweight and at the end of it President Sarkozy is he was in the French president rang who's in town and said would be prepared to make wasn't. To to save the euro. Well, actually, the Chinese what he decided not to. I think probably only grounds they'd never get the money back. The interest. The interesting thing is the Europe which down on China, the average European until this narrows look down on Chinese is poor and undemocratic and all the rest of it. You know, suddenly then conscious does he is turning to China and save you now? Well, he's a back. You know? You're being in debt and China having the financial group the last time this happened, of course, was at the end of the second World War when Europe turned to America for Marshall aid. Yes, America doesn't have the money anymore. So that is wrong in thinking that Tom's extreme tons and tons of colonization. It's just the whole terms of of a Balkany negotiating relationship will terms a path begin to shift when China has money, and we don't have it. We'll see. And that's the thing. I'm wondering about when they become the economic powerhouse. And we I assume are still buried in so much debt. We can't see daylight if we don't become a colony or a I don't know if there's a correct political term for it, a Member State of the Chinese pyjama than than than what happens at that point. Because does China a seemingly fairly disciplined kind of population that sees itself as as as all Han Chinese one one entity and very loyal to the? The family to the state that is the press preserver of Chinese culture. Do they start to look at welfare case states, like the United States and Europe the way the Germans are looking at the Greeks right now. As as a big drag on their economy, and oh, that's my deadbeat brother-in-law who sleeps on the couch and doesn't go out and find a job. I mean, I I can't imagine the discipline. Chinese looking at us and say, oh, we're happy to keep paying your bills. There'll be beer in the refrigerator, and you know, and and you don't have to go find a job because because I have a feeling they're not gonna take that attitude toward a deadbeat debtor. No, I think they'll be they'll be in that probably have the typical mentality of banks at least as banks used to be about banks days. But as they used to be which is the, you know, then expect us to pay. Pay the decks and when we can do. Well, we, you know, eventually, you do have to pay state you. I mean, I think that I don't think the Chinese you're absolutely right. I think the Chinese have a docu to towards saving towards frugality on work concern. I mean, you know, they the old what we used to say ability only Toyin Victorian ethic you but at the same time. I think that they, you know, if they if they're in a situation of of what you're describing which is a certain predominance in the world, you know, that you've also go to make it work. You know, I mean, take the German case now with Greece. I mean, I mean, Germany, I think has to think twice about driving the Greeks to the wool because that's actually what's happening. Terrible. What's happened to doctor? Dr. That's what I'm wondering. If they're gonna do. And that may be the greatest fear of Americans that while we've enjoyed all this liberty and freedom, and we've abused it to a certain extent that at some point a Chinese will say to us, we're going to pay your bills, but you're going to live your life, you know, economically, and that which affects everything the way we tell you to the same way, the Germans, and and the rest of Europe have tried to say to Greek Greece that we'll pay your bills, or we'll bail you out this time, but you need to change the way you live. And when the Greek say, well, we're not gonna do it. Then you come to loggerheads where well if you're not going to change the way, you live, you know, the amend you're you're crazy spending patterns than we're not paying your bills. And that's that's one of those where I think Americans aren't gonna take kindly to the idea of being told what to do. But as a debtor, I don't know if we'll have any choice. I think I think you put it'll be you know, I mean, it's the way that if the Chinese did behave as you say. There's nothing new about this gentleman's have been doing in your. You know, the Americans have done it in the pasta countries. And so on you know, if you know, if you call if you out we'll give you some Asia is a helping hand, you know. But you know, we won't continue to do it. I mean, it's the classic mentality of a band banker, isn't it? Yeah. They come and take the title to your house, where I'm I'm I've got.
"balkany" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"The only way he knows how to express himself really fucking sad. Not everything has to be great or not. Great. Don't some things can be in the middle. Something's can just be okay if you were to take my life, that would be great. Okay. Here's an Email from Rolf last week. You were talking about games, press trips and how they've changed over the years. In my last job, I wrote about tech and video games for a Dutch newspaper. And in the twelve years I did that. I've been on quite a few extravagant trips. I always pulled this Email because it's like you always heard the European trips were crazier. Yeah. Anything did sounded like just straight damn near scandalous Balkany leeann amongst other trips. I was present at the infamous God of war to event in Athens. Volved get just going to talk about that one that involved a dead goat and had topless body painted ladies serving drinks. And yes, even back then that made me pretty uncomfortable. Still. One of the weirdest ones was a trip to Bucharest 'Romania criterion, black. We were led to a big building in the middle of the city where we were handed some pretty heavy guns. And after he very short lesson in gun safety, we're told to have fun what turned out the guns were loaded with blanks, but it was still. It was still fun to fire five k. forty-sevens and m. sixteens weirdly enough outside the building, you could clearly hear the gunshots, but none of the by even batted an eye. Adam. Gun house. They're at it again. Those kids fund detail of that trip had some Hollywood stuntman there as well to show some moves during the event and hanging out with him in the hotel bar at night was great fun. I learned how to fake kick a guy in the balls convincingly and they did some fun card magic tricks that involve putting the card shows on the ceiling of the hotel lobby. The next morning we'll checking out. I looked up and found the ceiling was covered with playing cards, poor hotel employees on much too short ladder trying to get them off to end this Email with the question, what was the weirdest press trip you've ever been on? Nothing. Nothing like. Either of those. Yeah. That crazy, like the Kabo thing I mentioned last week, but that was basically just sitting at a hotel for three days. Right? To see three games. Yeah, I didn't go to be working reviews like that was your department was to go do all that stuff. I didn't necessarily go on a ton, but. Once we got over here doing a little more. Yeah. Did you roll ones where weird the, you know, like, hey, get on this helicopter. That was, I think it was black ops one that they drove everybody to drove everybody from the airport to another airport, where they had a hanger set up an inside the hangar. They recreated the chair from the title screen of the game. And you just sat there and watched it and they had ladies dressed up as like nurses or whatever it was technicians would come in and out and just move things around near the chair and walk out again. And they had some other ladies that were there standing your some food and the lasers. They brought us in from a service and hanging out and it took forever because they were. They were flying everyone by helicopter to where the vent was from his hangar and that takes time and they didn't want to tell everybody what was going on. So it was just hanging on this hangar with a little bit of food and some women who'd been hired by service who didn't really know anything more than you did. And it was like San around on this. Taking a really long time. This is really and then come to find out like, okay, get on this helicopter and then fly over the the ended up writing a newspaper or like the local. The there was an article in the local newspaper about like helicopters flying over the city, like the forks go out and no, no people thought it was Obama. I guess I one time. Bingo asking. Yeah, as right. Yeah. And. I don't know. So that was like a weird goofy thing. I remember they wanted the rides over to the airplane. So people like envision these things is like he's big grand experiences as like every minute of it's going to be like immersed and look at this chair and like the guy driving the black SUV's to drive everybody from one airport to the other..
"balkany" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Park tied to pick player. John. Go ahead. Go ahead, or whatever you want. All right. I'm gonna go with Derek Holland. Pitch. Really, well and only allowed the one run while he was in there and. And even that one it was just he got a ground ball to this to second base. And there was nobody plans second base at that moment. Get free. And he got Freddie Freeman to hit this ground ball. And but they they didn't have the full over shift on they had only the partial shift so Crawford. Stay little bit almost up the middle of a little bit to the shortstop satisfaction. And. You talk about the way things are going for Atlanta. And that was it. So FREDDY Freeman tip capture him he found a way to get it done and get that run home the tied the ballgame. But Holland deserve better. And Lord his earned run average a three point four six. So he continues to just be a great story for the giants here. So a pick pick Mike I'm going to take Tony wall. Let's in because he comes into a bases loaded. Nobody else situation and he gets a pop up in. He faces Ronald kunia who's been swinging a good. He throws three fastballs right through and that becomes a very Maha. Wacho confrontation. So I'm taking Tony will oxen. He's my guy. Good pick Joe panic three hits almost shot at four in the morning, but the Balkany shit right.
"balkany" Discussed on KTRH
"All the cost to go with, owning a car is still half of what you would pay, for using an Uber to go the same amount of miles based on what you get charged per. Mile basically with, Uber sense in Texas this Texas because you're going long distance length of the community, in an urban setting maybe I don't know the. Rest of the nation might see the housing market being tipped now to buyers not what's going on here in Houston He sin is still most assuredly a seller's market broker associates Shad Balkany, says if, there's a tilt the other way it's because the properties are overpriced and. That five hundred that. Middle market I think it has slowed down a little bit but I do believe. It just depending on what price band Jiang says he's been so vast and there's so many different communities it also depends on the price point in my experience. I'm, not seeing that the skills are hitting and. That it's a buyer's, market they add two hundred and fifty thousand. Dollars and below is still a really hot market Audrey Morton. As where he has seven forty k. Terry she can also depends. On where your house, is related to flooding during Harvey yeah that would be a big part of productivity a. Lot of it it goes with how much sleep you're getting we blame more competition in a faster workplace are electronic distraction that more people just aren't getting enough sleep at Kelsey cbo's. Dr Panizzi putt knee says there's big national, economic costs because chronic sleep. Deprivation impacts worker productivity as. Well as health, the consequences go from the spectrum of, the individual person to all of it is a big problem that probably. Is going to keep getting worse until we take, a serious look at it just can't wait until I'm told By the boss better get more sleep Yes Offensive duel with the Mariners tend to seven Tyler white Martin Maldonado both homering in the. Win the team's got a one game lead now in the American League West day off before opening a three-game series with the angels in l. a..
"balkany" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Which is automated clearing house and it is what people often will refer to as automated check our online chat and so all you need is people put in the transit numbers from the bottom of their check and then the money is credited to your account virtually instantly and that is the most common way that you could accept those payments and there's no cost now tell you a lot of other people with small businesses use pay pal right and i've i've looked at pay pal and the problem with them is at my and paid and larger checks and so for each transaction it might be like fifty to one hundred fifty dollars fees that they take which is credit card well actually i maybe i'm doing something wrong with them because i checked the goods and services and i send out a link that pay pal dot ni link and and it took out the three percents fee three percent which is what you'd pay if you were taking a credit card from somebody so i'm surprised by that yeah i made us have it i mean i there may be a way around it i've looked at several different things i know there's pay pal business payments but you have to have like an account with a harvest accounting software one of their partners and they don't necessarily advertise who those partners are well i'll tell you as as an alternative the ach would certainly would certainly be the easiest way for you to do it but in the case of sending money let me see here no fees and money family and friends feeder send money is a personal payment using credit card receiving money so i don't see the thing you were talking about for receiving payments that are non credit card is a business maybe i'm just missing something on the pay pal site but forgetting pay pal doing the age would avoid the fees country not just in balkany getting together with my bank and it doesn't really matter what thank it is makes no difference but i'm still thinking you're dealing with people across state lines the transaction sizes are quite large are there deals you would be more likely to make if you allow people to pay those deposits credit card that have not traditionally been a barrier and i don't know if it's just money ach ach would be.
"balkany" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"A traits nra we end up in while the signals from the eu about uk banks all very different that they will michelle bhatia says they will lose their financial paul sporting rights to operate elsewhere in the eu will the bunkering was pretty onto sermon later today uh so we have they haven't published the full details of the statement but these are the the european position is that openness opening negotiating position i'm confident that we can get a good deal in this and i think we showed pepsi should have resigned well in at the app i mean i know the bank of england selfishly independent but this was something that could have been a balkany chip couldn't it well i'm i'm confident that we can get a good deal the as you know the the precise tactics are always going to be debated but the crucial thing here is also to reassure eu banks that they can operate as they can now but i think that earlier this month we demonstrated that we can get a good deal of course is going to be noisy rallies saint go as far as uk banks it can santigi still think it's going to be possible for them to retain financial at pulse sporting rights well as a sam i'm confident that we can get a good deal on it but we've got to i would ask you to aim off slightly reading out the eu's open negotiating position and saying that's why we're going to end up because as we discovered earlier this month the negotiate in the negotiations the two sides come towards each other and that's what we're gonna be doing over the next weeks and months hancock anti as twinge prostate what makes among go down one part in large instead of another isidi nature as a child can you make a decision bit rachel wrong that then shapes the rest of your life the football a soul campbell believes he experienced a crossroads movement the age of thirteen and that's what gave him the determination become one of the country's most successful spokesman for this programme has been bank to hackney in east london to be to jolted friend who's life followed a very different of to his own good good good good.
"balkany" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"Speaking she speaking truth to power so i was like oh does grow the start i thought it'd be say like caught he'd be for president cardi's the star for all this fall it is and everyone's oh you trolling you troll and you troll and so when she got eleven hip up i was super championing net and then up we will planner song and a radio cheap asked we've ever negotiate on the nutro luigi scotti be sheet you trolling what this shit and now look at a now dino they're mean that's a truly only in america absolutely it's an incredible fucking story donald trump is a truly on the only in america soil like everybody talks about barack obama and they're like yo that that's the best case optimism no it's not donald trump is the best case why optimism that i got i got look a bureaucracy is kim color and like yeah y you you may tell your kids yogurt anybody can be president like no barack got hell education like brock went to harvard and nobel peace prize is in leg without wealth balkany and he's a great or they like it's a lot that goes into barrage obama right donald trump is the best case the optimism never hell no political office can barely mother fucking talk you know what i'm saying not qualified push it and he's the president united states of america he's a better case for optimism than barack obama the become barack obama you actually got to put some working that makes could fucking sense day what do you do when let's say a friend like i i to be honest with you i didn't even see i didn't watch it because i was like i don't wanna see through with something with dg envi.
"balkany" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The fans going to be just you know it doesn't matter you got here you lost it well since scuba nine partners took over infested is not only infrastructure and fan base things but that it took the team of daily number one or two of the minor lakes uh their international office was struck a cause of physical ability they can go pick up the key play here or there and the last three years it was very close couldn't quite gives you the nlcs which is the case your full stance and the frustration so everybody anticipated this year would you look at the composition of change that it was a world series championship potential change uh to get there were there to win it is what's your goal should be i mean the first day of spring training there's the skipper has remaining in the closet and he goes around the every man if they don't say if he says watch your goal this year each one of those say it will be shifted it's a team sport that's the ultimate prize and somebody asked me today what was your your biggest highlights and i said at eleven fifty nine game 6 uh 1980 wanted yankee stadium reggie jackson's standing was the first space with two outbound on the night got a big lead he says garbage your turn then here that great seventy seven world series and and i said thanks rich x pitch by balkany landreau and this rations begins in your world champion and there's no feeling 'why did a lot of these guys most of these guys have never entered world series so that's the first step but this is a heavyweight fight uh you saw houston comeback last night with uh uh what the short so to speak you know there's this world series all off the air we're living in is going to return home run but i can see it yeah i thought it was gonna go four seven i'm picking seven now uh at home with the dodgers heavily chances on the math now with two out he walks the guy and all of a sudden roberts comes out he goes looks as a pen here comes kerscher on these strikes upegui overall cheer so uh sure it's hollywood always wanted to be a script writer but that sounds pretty good it's very specific and if that happens.
"balkany" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The who had a beer it but i bet you were looking maybe for someone to relate to the younger player and ivic out core if that kind of mandate your so yup hit the road especially at boston with no managerial experience but i think he was looking for someone that may be in a little bit more on into the game but the guys like jackie probably named it bogart look you've got that i think quite up and missing if you are other john farrow do you like the move i do i think it harming weigo pick it if the coup could move for what they need you know alec you always thought he had the capability to be a manicure uh you know so yeah he doesn't have experience but he notes balkany played here want to grow your ethier beat the watched and learned doubted terry francona our ha hint uh i think you understand the media understands the market can speak in spanish those bilingual to that helped the lot too i picked right now right at this moment i think it's a pretty good higher without uh and and i think like i said i hope oil get the young player able to afford to their capability europe picked up with dave dump route lucky outlook ukrit good three in that club down roach have wbz tv speaking with wbz's chris pharma wbz news time is six twenty one it's a fundraiser with a purpose helping hurricane victims in puerto rico wbz's doug cope reports him dorchester where police officers working together to help those on the island it's a fundraiser at the dorchester bmw pose sponsored by of an latino law enforcement group of hostile officer richard derives is just back from puerto rico he told me what the biggest need is there mainly water is deportable waterloo all of the water that have been distributed throughout the island with there's a lot of different place is that are still on accessible and so that's the cry right now is water because everything else they're pretty much going to take care of their own emory's a starting to get a little down there among the items being rattled off to help raise money breakfast with police commissioner william edwards.
"balkany" Discussed on Talking Politics
"Hello my name is david runciman on this is talking politics we are going to be talking this week about how different the world might be if one or two small things had come out slightly differently from the way they did guben brexit trump we're going to think about what the world would be like if some of those things hadn't happen talking politics is brought to you in partnership with a london review books europe's leading magazine a books in ideas we've already had some lob writers on this podcast john lanchester mary bid and we hope to have some more soon talking about the state of democracy and the state of the world as well as politics the alabi has book reviews essays about ought poetry and exhibitions whether you want to get a deeper understanding a world events or just get away from it all and read about picasso and octopuses the lob will have something fascinating for you this week hillary clinton has been in the united kingdom promoting her book giving into interviews getting an honorary degree from swanson university i think reconnecting with her well fruits and pretty much telling every audience she speaks to the she could would should have been the president of the united states so in honor of hillary rearmanent youth out but we can talk about some coulda widow sugars go ahead and thompson who is next bell political konomi i went that none alcoholic drink with one of the faith issues at all in cambridge he's written a book called island is not jimmy conch by patrick balkany because very thirsty knee was the very single first unitl chris brook who is next on political theory but they both know about lots of other things too that we went to the cinema to see the party it's a little black comedy about the lives of various people falling apart and help and that we enjoyed it very much indeed.
"balkany" Discussed on Latino USA
"He would make a donation even when the family was struggling financially here's the programs director sister mariam comrie he's the only parente the only one we've had hundreds go through a programme who would give me a twenty dollars every month without fail and when he was so sick he come with his walker he wouldn't let us sons come he had to come and make sure we put that in my hand every single month those twenty dollars were harder to come by after gloria was banned from coming back because she was a breadwinner if the family cleaning motel rooms and selling food on the side and their father social security check just couldn't cover all the expenses and although this inauguration has caused a lot of problems jim commence his mother for waiting out the ten years i'm of her flying wanted to do the ligier way and legal way to becoming a citizen or resident 'cause kozly years ago she could've gone another she to cross illegally again through the desert or where there's a lot of ways she and crossed now that he's decided not to have a career in the military jim is considering working in law enforcement even though he doesn't like to share much he does talk to his friend balkany has about his plans and ask for advice three were put the new one morning bought asked jim to join him volunteering with humane borders and nonprofit that works to prevent the deaths of people crossing the desert.