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"barch" Discussed on Black Love Matters ?

Black Love Matters ?

04:23 min | 4 months ago

"barch" Discussed on Black Love Matters ?

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"barch" Discussed on First Draft

First Draft

10:02 min | 1 year ago

"barch" Discussed on First Draft

"You're not paying anything for four or five years and I agree. I thought that was a pretty smart pick For the Tennessee. Titans a lot of good things over the last year all right. Let's round out the oats using. We're not out of the JAGS. Where at the Colts Indianapolis Colts? Who STANDS OUT? Here is an under the radar. I'M GONNA go. I'll let you have Washington state's desmond patent and you can enlighten us an educated on Desmond. Pat. You've was studying everything. Washington states gains with desma. But I'M GONNA I'll go to these delicacies these diminutive dynamos will both sides and Isaiah Rogers at Umass in the six round. He's got that Knack Chris. He had eleven career interceptions. He'll get up there. Oh pressure he's got really good instincts. He locates the ball very effectively. Dan Field he's got returnability as well. He's an outstanding return man so I think in the special teams in return game as a dime back. Initially that extra debate is as Rogers could maybe sneak on the field so I I wouldn't bet against the kid who who who gets the job done at the level he did both on special teams and intercepting passes you know Mel one thing that it Kinda cracked me up as this draft happened. I look back you know. They've got some they've got some receivers. They're in T. Y. Hilton Paris Campbell. Zach Pasco obviously stands up. None of those guys are GonNa go win. You a big jump ball no offense to any of them and they know who they have a quarterback and you know Philip rivers occasionally is gonNA take those shots. He he likes to throw to. The chargers outfitted him with some big receivers. A strong hand tight end over the years in gates and then Hunter Henry and they seem very conscious of who their quarterback was when they go get Michael Pittman six four to twenty plus guy who will fight through contact and when you jump balls and Desmond Patent again a flier maybe more of a special teams early on but again six three to twenty strongest catch point. We'll go get it for you. You you just get the sense. I kind of laughed. They know Phil's going to throw up a couple of them and say do your best fellows no question. They had one of the top drafts. They really did throat. The forest buckner in which we did and even L. of navy. The future starting quarterback possibly and Jacobson who can sit watch and learn behind Philip. That was a very Baltimore and Indianapolis were right. There at the top in terms of the best is a lot of picks where he said. Yeah that makes a lot of sense to me. Yeah now about the jags. I'm just looking through a lot of picks and I do think when you look back on this draft somehow some way Ben Barch from Saint John's in Minnesota in round four is going to be a factor on that line. Now we're GONNA be tackle or guard is a former tight end. Two years at left tackle short arms. I mean that's short super show but not quite the arm length. You would want but not super short arms. But you'd like his arms to be a little longer but as guard could maybe be a backup tackle. We've seen guys with his arm length. Make it I think Ben Barch from Saint John's in Minnesota is going to be a factor on that line within the next two years. Yeah he's an interesting one and I and you know he's not under the radar. It's going to be really interesting to see what they do. Kayla von Chase on out there just based on kind of like how they're going to line up It's interesting you look at this draft and I think it kind of flew under the radar. You and I like this expression I don't know. Who's a star here? But they gotTa Lotta guys. Shave can stay healthy chase. Sean can stay healthy You know he's had a couple of years of injuries but they did get. Some of those guys can become big timers you know. And and that's the that's what they're hoping for. They're with all the strength in numbers. The Jacksonville has yeah. I if you're not familiar with Scouting parlance we also do this in baseball. But I think I'm I'm saying Kuyper and I invented it and todd came along for the ride. You got guys capital G. Y. And you got a Lotta guys in the middle of the pack. They got a lot of guys mel they might have. They might have some guys here. We'll see Kansas City chiefs drafting after a super bowl title. We're willing to break the code. the Kuyper code and go with a running back but they did it right on the edge around once. You'RE NOT GONNA get them too much for that. Who else here sticks on a super bowl champion team? You know I think a key guy. And he's a certainly not under. The radar is really gay. Junior and you think gets a second. I must say second. Pick the second round guy. Because I thought he'd be a third or fourth at eight. They had that history of taking guys who need to be focused and really need to stay on a theon and find a way to put all that stuff that Mrs they didn't have a lot of starts but he's a talented kid and he's a gifted because about speed that a football toughness athleticism strength. He's got all all the physical athletic qualities you want. Willie gay junior has and I think when you look at at what they need and SPAG. Noah's defense in terms of coverage in the Delaware the linebackers needing to play various roles. Not just going to ask the quarterback but basically being able to tackle and space and cover. I think he's going to be a nice addition. They got the key guys. They may have taken them around earlier than people thought but at the end of the day he's a you know if he can find a way to play sixteen games and vengeance stay focused on the on the job at hand. I'm Jay can be a a nice Candy Cheese Denver broncos probably had one of the earlier surprises in the draft. Most people did not have Henry. Rugs his teammate. Coming off the board before John. Elway said Oh Jerry Judy sitting there okay Not a tough pick for that beyond that way. Already see some hidden value. Well you know what they did. Denver led the league this year in hit or miss picks guys if be big hits or big Mrs Kay. Jay Kamler fee doesn't become more consistent. Michael Judea who in play as well as he tested Lord Cushion Berry at Lsu at Games where you look like fifth round Second Alberto from Missouri. The yeah you gotTa shake that underachiever label but late. I'M GONNA go to a guy who's not in that category to me is Justin Stran- ad from wake forest. He had the biceps injury midway through prior to that he was really on everybody's radar. He's an excellent guy in coverage he tackles well in space. Wasn't able to be a big sack guy but he has a chance to help you from inside linebacker perspective there. I think the only had one injury now he's injury-prone so just insurance runs. Well athletic gets through traffic very well. Yeltsin getting caught up with blocks stays on his feet I think Derek Cusco the pass rusher. North Dakota State has almost MR relevant Could be a factor as well because he's got some talent as a Combo guy so an extra added. Fusco will help them on that. Second Line of Defense. It's your boys. Gruden out. There they went. They surprised US earlier. By the given a porn one out for Al Davis and taken to the four twos forty guy with the first pick henry rugs which hey those tyreek hill twice you. You can't blame them for coveting a guy like that and then of course they're going to draft a bunch of Clemson Tigers maybe in Ohio state buckeye maybe a crimson tide player too. But who else down the line here? I John Simpson's sticks out to me. I think I can start. But who else maybe. Well I think when you look at Mick Robertson Jose kind of that that slot corner who had so many interceptions and was so. Just just jump out at you when you watch. Louisiana Tech Play. He was the guy that has great ball skills. He's glued to the receiver quick feet wholesale in order for GOP. For Jon Gruden. You gotta be a Gruden Grinder and tackle and he does. Yeah I'll definitely go meek Robertson from Louisiana Tech they think they have their starter opposite Trayvon Molin and Damon are net. So now you've got the second round pick last year and Mullen. You got our net the first round pick this year. Now you add in a Meek Roberson as your slot winner. I make that to me and like I said I felt about limbo junior. I was GONNA get into what he can do. I like him. And I like Edwards third round receivers but a Meek Roberson is a guy in round four. I think we'll help them right away. Rookie as a guy that in with our net and Roberts are GonNa have to rookie contributors and a second year guy in mullins. This is a team that they can gruden building and the talent level keeps getting better and better each year. I was laughing because I think Robertson. Soon after he was taken said that they just got the best corner in the draft that was his and I was like I remember meetings where the certain guys that grew no pound the table for the corners will tackle yes and corners who think that like it seems like the perfect guy for John Steamy Melbourne. La chargers. I didn't call it San Diego for the first time in a while. I'm getting better. La Charges WHO's our sleeper. Jay Hill is a seventh rounder. And Joe read even in the fifth round out of Virginia. Receivers that you get late read at a really productive year for Virginia and Hill as a slot receiver. That's experienced that. All he did was just go about his business. Workmanlike Way and catch the ball and they're not slashing. He'll aren't flashy but they will be. I think for Justin Herbert. Who's The quarterback coming in? Tyrod Taylor is a quarterback now before you know it. It's going to be Justin Herbert's team and hope road with these two. They'll grow with him. Help grow with them read and Hill and they got one fifth and one in the seventh. I Love Joshua Kelly their fourth round pick out of UCLA. The running back to to receivers late in the draft will both help Justin Herbert and they're not. They're not going to be ones or twos. Maybe hills slot receiver but for debt than I think. For the fact that these guys are professional receivers away. They go about their business in the kind of production they had. I like those two guys were. They got him in the draft. And I tell you what we I mentioned it earlier but it is no party right now. If you're twenty nine thirty thirty one year old wide receiver in some of these teams. They didn't take one in the first four rounds. And you're like oh feeling pretty good and then some of these guys are GonNa Short the camp and you're going to be like who are these dudes again in the fifth and sixth round. These guys can play. It's unbelievable some of the depth that.

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"barch" Discussed on The Cake Show

The Cake Show

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"barch" Discussed on The Cake Show

"The way you guys have rated the players they happen to be there one of them at thirty and in my dream scenario Green Bay. D- Changes History and actually put some meaning to that position inside linebacker. Because that's a spot. The packers defense clearly needs speed in the middle of that defense at linebacker. And if Murray or queen happens to fall to them which I don't think they will. I would love to see them. Take either of those guys. I know you've got them both as top twenty prospects but just if one of them is there for Green Bay And your mind if you were Brian Gouda cones. Would you pass it either of those guys knowing how that defense currently sits now happily take either one of those guys and all? This started Patrick Wayne. Just getting to know Patrick a little bit. The process actually talking to them last week for story does right now. He's a terrific individual man and you know He. His career didn't start how he wanted to. He actually lost out on the training camp battle at the Mike Position. Prior to this year at the start of this year I should say started last year to Michael Divinity Junior who's another linebacker in this group But after I believe it was the six game of the year he just completely turned it on and put the switch. He got a chance to start the seventh game of the year and then he did give back the starting position after that. Go back and watch them in the College Football playoff. He was absolutely phenomenal and another linebacker. That's a former running back. So he the game. In a different sense he knows blocking schemes. He's able to follow Polish. And he's able to decipher information and just maneuver his way through traffic just so well and I think that's something that you have to do just the processing part. I think that's the biggest part of the hardest part but translates as a young linebacker. And I think he already had that down pat he's very loose mover coverage and that's why. I ended up at the top twenty player for me. I love he's going to be a twenty year old rookie as well. I love the youth aspect of it. Just because you're GONNA get a lot of value out of him whether that's a second or even third contract ends up being good player for you about transitioning and Kenneth Murray. He doesn't process as well but I think the leadership qualities they exuberation. I think that's something I love about. Kenneth Murray supreme leader. That's something that you notice. He actually started as a true freshman at Oklahoma which is something that doesn't happen very often taking him in the middle of that defense and then he played thirty. Cluster Games academic tackling machine very athletic rent for five two at the combine. So he has the speed to back that up and I like the quality day brings to the table and you feel that infectious energy that he gives office interacting with him at the combine supreme leader. And you have no words with him. Pegging him in the middle of the defense has rookie. One of those guys are there. That's what I would love Green Bay to do all right last one for Jordan Reed if the Vikings do not address tackle in the first or second round. And they wait until the third round or later Give me a name or two that Vikings fans should keep an ear on obviously local ties. Ben Barch from Saint. John's is a guy that many project to be third round pick. Maybe Fourth of he slides a little Give us a couple of tackles that the vikes might look at beyond the Glitz of the first couple rounds. Yeah so you already name one that I was gonNA say been Bartsch. Another guy that I've been able to interact listens very very bubbly personality. I like being around being got to have a lot of energy. I like that about him. And if he were to really replace him with an Alabama Helmet Notre Dame helmet or even a Michigan Helmet at the senior bowl. You Win Bay. You wouldn't have been able to tell the difference. That's how well he played down there. And that's something that you worry about with these small school guys you don't know how they're gonNA adjust speed game just because I mean go from Planning Division three balls blocking some edge rusher from the SEC. Big That's a big jump. But he looked he looked for nominal down there and I hate that. He got hurt the last senior practice because I think he was going to be a huge rise there but then botches definitely one to keep an eye on I'll give you two more actually so another one. That's the Charles from Lsu. A that has guard tackled flexibility. He does ask red flags he wants to spend suspended a couple times but during the time he had a six game suspension earlier this year but he admitted his faults there and he's a terrific individual as well as far as what he brings to the table on the field very loose mover really really good blocker as well so Predict protecting boroughs blindside. I thought he did a really good job. In the next one is matthew perk from Yukon I think he's another guy that he probably isn't ready to start right away but I think he's second third. I think it can pay either right tackle or left tackle former basketball player so he has athleticism. Actually looking for an zone scheme is going to be able to moving easily as well so keep an eye on you said your mock draft hits Wednesday at the draft network Dot Com. Yes they mourn. Look forward to that really. Enjoy the draft guide. Great work with that. I know that took you a little bit of time to put that sucker together Available at the draft network Dot Com. It's Jordan reads twenty twenty draft. I really really enjoyed this time and learning some of the inside of the strap class. I'll stewart again Jordan and enjoy the draft this week. Absolutely thanks for having me. David pledged great Jordan. Read the draft network kind enough to spend forty minutes or so with US appreciate that What our down. One hour to go coming up at twelve fifteen viking legend. Tommy Kramer weighs in on this quarterback class. We'll see what he knows. And thanks of the guys that are going to go on Thursday and maybe even a little bit later in the draft. Maybe he's got some Some guys in the back half that he's kept an eye on and And I'll tell my Tommy Kramer story when we come back as well. I've probably told at once or twice over the years but It seems apropos for today. And time for your calls next segment for sure from twelve thirty two one as well Viking fans. What are your dream scenario for Thursday night? I've got a number of topics to hit when it comes to the first round of the draft before we are done so if you're digging the NFL draft and you dig in the conversation much more.

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"barch" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

11:19 min | 1 year ago

"barch" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"One. A ton of coffee shops a lot. A lot of coffee shops Another favorite of mine was Making the bus sexy talking Sheriff Sharoni talking about bus stops and everything thing. I thought that that would be one where you know. We always try to make sure to be interesting to people and no kind of getting idea what people are interested in. I was like this interview. You this one's for me because it's so nerdy right like no one's GonNa care and it was actually are most listened to episode on spotify well and there is a huge You know I see him on twitter. Every time I opened up There's a huge. I think in growing chorus of people younger people typically who are clamoring for more improvements to our public transit and are hugely vocal about things like parking. Lots that we you know you've talked to the DETROITERS for parking reform to in episodes and things like that. I mean these are huge issues that I think are becoming. I think people are drawing more and more attention to the fact that like we had this kind of endemic culture in town where we'd rather knock over old buildings and build parking lots and make sure that everyone can drive everywhere and people are saying. Wait a minute wait a minute wait a minute. We need other options and we need viable transit which you know you and I are hugely on board with I N UN fully on record with and then One of our most downloaded episodes period was Our Peace Amtrak. Yeah and the rise on Hendrick. I know that you listen to it. What did you think of some of the things came out of it? I the thing that really I remember is where he talked about. How talking about August Gichaga the city clerk and how he said I think it was him He said you know. We don't have have abandoned buildings here because people will want our buildings unlike Detroit you know we people are buildings are in demand which I thought was really fascinating Amtrak bold. Yeah hamtramck check which has really been established as like a kind of a destination for for immigrants and it's faced economic issues too. It's our camp has been. Well he does. He still does huge economic issues as far as the government and everything else but still it draws people in a different way than in Detroit. Does I wonder if it's because of its size and its ability of being a smaller footprint able to control things a little bit more because I think Detroit's only now starting to learn how to zone zone things differently for different neighborhoods. And it's I mean it's the densest city in the entire state. Isn't it well. Yeah Yeah in fact. I got some reader reader reader listener feedback about Detroit zoning and how it really needs to make some changes. We're GONNA be talking about that in twenty twenty because there definitely seems to be like an all one size fits. It's all and lots of heavy parking requirements whereas I think someplace like Hamtramck again not perfect. But there's definitely a lot going on and a lot. That's that's walkable. There's whole streets if you go to him traffic. That's like what Detroit used to all look like. Yeah you know as far as like duplexes and houses close together and you You know retail establishments bars mostly now but mixed in the neighborhoods you know. I mean you can walk down to the corner to get a beer or you know in some cases Your whole Al Meat or whatever you need you know tasty Another one and I switched over to you. Another one was when I think people were kind of surprised that we you did but also was seemed to be well downloaded. Was We had Gordon from the war on cars You did well. That was your interview that yeah I would just add that I. Shortly after that one aired I was in New York Covering the auto show with auto blog and I went to an event A book signing event down the street from the JAVITS Convention Center. And who did I run into in meat there but Doug Gordon from the Warren cars. which was you know super cool like like? Oh my God you were just on our show like last week or whatever it was and and Yeah Great Fun and the blood. She loved her show. Yeah and the passionate he brings for the topic is pretty impressive. Another audience favorite And really interesting interview was Michael Matthews Who is a A police officer from The UK who wrote a book all about spending time with the Detroit police are being embedded and And writing about kind of in what he witnessed and saw over his time. That was fascinating. Yeah and to me it was really great to have like a front row seat with somebody who obviously the ously got it right like he he got this whole issue with Detroit all the issues with Detroit they're grey. They cannot be solved. Easily memorable one-sentence things that Detroit can both have come back and challenge and sometimes like very close to each other and really you could tell the love that he has for for his fellow officers. Yeah the name of his book by the way is American ruin if you want to check that out and we can put a link to that episode in the show another episode road Gregory Schill law professor from University of Iowa talking about his story about how the US laws in the United States basically basically more or less mandate car ownership. I thought it was fascinating. One of the one of the sort of takeaway sound bytes From that interview where was was where he was talking about The number of car crash fatalities in the United States. I think it's thirty. Six something. Think thousand his point was basically like if if that many people died from airplane crashes in the United States we would consider it like it would be ground. All flights like this is not safe like this is this is crisis level but in we tend to take it as just par for course part of the deal. We make AAC to operate automobiles one of the things. I like about what we try to do here at daily and I know that some of the interviews that you do as well is kind of questions people's assumptions. It's not that we think all things are one way or another but I believe that the part of the mission of any outlet covering places make you stop and think a little bit and make you kind of go. Oh maybe there's there's a different way to this or maybe there's more than just like the Click beatty headline yeah absolutely Moving on couple more episodes. I WanNa just highlight Our interview with More and Duncan Campbell. All about the udal gardens. Oh yeah on Bell Island Detroit now a little bit of an addendum to that The you know we've talked about before the installation was supposed to start in the fall but has been postponed because Belau was flooded in the fall and so they're hoping to get it going in the spring but it sounds like you have to do some earthworks think. Yeah I mean. The problem is Most of the forecast I've seen they. They think that flooding could be an issue again next spraying me. We'll see there's a we've still got through winter and everything so we'll see but but it could be another issue. We'll see I mean that's an exciting project. I know I'm super psyched about the garden. which you know if you aren't familiar? Beit Pete Rudolph is a world renowned landscape architect from the Netherlands he Is Responsible For New York. City's highline the Lurie Garden in Chicago. A bunch of others and he's famous for like these naturalized you know beautiful landscapes that you know attract wildlife and are huge tourist magnets. It's going to be fantastic additional. Oh yeah and I feel confident that this is going to get John. I just for sure it's Detroit project. There's always a curveball always a curve ball In other curve balls our interview with Dane Barch from Eastern and market brewing company. All about the challenges that small craft brewers are having with self distribution laws in in Michigan He's also eastern remark brewery. Also more recently announced that they were going to be taking over the liver annoy tap in Ferndale from Axel brewing which basically has shuddered So and I I've been by that facility a few times recently In fact just yesterday I went by it and I saw a eastern market brewery bring company truck back in the parking lot so I know they're working on things over there and I think that's supposed to open early next year which I'm super excited about. Well we've come through a lot but I mean also so the other thing that we did you know we have crossed four hundred episodes. Yeah between you me and the rest. Randy Cheyenne Devon Fletcher. You know everybody everybody else. He's helped out so much I mean what are I mean before we let people go for the holidays. Your thoughts I mean we've four. Hundred episodes is is a lot man. It is a lot and I'm amazed we've come this far It's definitely been a commitment. It's had its challenges. There's no doubt about that And either one of us would be able to tell you that but it's been really rewarding. It's great to it's it's really amazing to run into people around town who are are recognize us and say oh I listen to your show. I loved him a big Fan. So Gratifying I. I'm still getting used to Especially since a lot of times times I'll do the INSTAGRAM instagram. Lives or things like that and they'll be like bearded podcast man. It's like really bad superhero. Hey we'll take it and I mean hey I got to go to Belarus out of the deal month ago which was You know I still pinch myself over that. And by the way I should tell her listeners. I know I've promised. Hey Bellarusse episode and I'm still promising. It is just taking a little longer. You have so much to go through man. I saw the files and it's it's the holidays man. It's it's a busy busy time of year. So it's it's GONNA come. It's going to be a little later than we initially thought. Well I don't want to say goodbye without thinking our members which I mean. They're the ones who have been really. We wouldn't be doing this without you. Yeah seriously because I mean this is one thing that I think that both of.

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"barch" Discussed on Not So Standard Deviations

Not So Standard Deviations

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"barch" Discussed on Not So Standard Deviations

"But then like, you'll always have the places that are. Ramping up on this one way or another. And then you do need this jack-of-all-trades whose thinking, systematically, and and even at the other place, like even at the mature place, you still need like kind of like systems engineers who are thinking about the holistic like data problem. So I don't know what their job like data system, architects know, Yeah. why? Well, I guess the question is not whether the job will go away. But rather whether the title go away like so like in your example with the product manager who's very technical like they might not be called data. Scientists. Yeah. Like, they'd be called like data product, man. Right. Rosie. Maybe now they might be called data scientists or might data scientists who does a lot of product stuff. Yeah. So yeah. I don't know. I guess maybe I could see the title going away. But yeah, I don't know. Yeah. No. I mean, I would be okay with that. But there is a flexibility in a fluidity with the data science title that I benefit from. But I'm also an agree or, but like allows that to happen. You know, what I mean like, yeah. So anyway. I did have one other thing that I wanted to ask you, that's unrelated. But it is like in some sense long term follow up. It's about this. I just what you say. I said theranos. No, no, no. It doesn't make me say speaking. If they're at us. It doesn't I tried to call it. He had here. But like it I don't necessarily get a great feeling in myself. When people are like, they send me a link to some article about like something horrible about theranos. And like I thought I thought about you know. No. Thinking of you Vicki of you, Roger here's some horrible thing about their does. I get why they're doing that. It's it's like, it's totally okay. But always get like a little bit weird feeling well at this point to like the 'paparazzi or like following her around like there was some like they found her at like the park and near where she lives some taking photos and stuff and that did feel I felt gross about that. Because I knew I fed that some degrees Barch degree, a huge consumer of all products related to that story. And no small part of it was personal fascination with. But yeah, that's a little gross to where I was like, okay. This is where draw the life. I'm not gonna like pursued this article. That's what I wanted to ask you about. Actually about music services. Well, yeah, this is very long-term vide- many, many moons ago. We talked about the Spotify. Discover weekly right. I what do you still use that? Not much. But not for the reason, I still love the product. I literally haven't been listening to music that much because I started using brain m I don't know if you've heard of though, it's like it's kind of like smart, white noise. Essential. It's like, it's like, hey, I created music for working to and they like simulate brave way whatever, you know, which like I don't know how much that works. They claim it does. But it also shows like interesting, white noise. So I basically only listened to that. Now what I'm working? I don't know why just haven't been in the music mood. But I still think it's a great product. They introduced other products like the daily mixes, and I'm like, no don't pollute it like. Just want the one mix tape a week. So I wanted to ask you so back when you were using it because I wanted to compare it because I don't I don't use Spotify. But. How how would you characterize? How successful the playlist was. Yeah. So. Let me I feel like I know which direction might be going. So I'm like tailoring my answer to that already. Which is. I did not feel incorrectly. Pigeonholed by that playlist. Okay. Okay. Yeah. I would say, yes. It was good. I heard songs that I really liked it. I would save like a new favorite songs. Would you? Save is favourite. That's what I've kind of getting. Oh, maybe like one every month. If is weekly. Okay..

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"barch" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"barch" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The seaport on Friday. Governor Charlie Baker signing a spending Bill on beacon hill that funds. Statewide, examination of Massachusetts natural gas distribution system. The review watered after the September gas explosions and greater Lawrence that killed one person injured twenty five others and left dozens of buildings of the Merrimack valley damaged or destroyed officials calling the review a risk assessment and comprehensive safety review of pipeline infrastructure and the operation of natural gas companies in Massachusetts the review will recommend any needed improvements. The security scare in Morocco. A man gets too close to the pope, the ancients tackle the man as he tried to break through security wrong to Morocco's King Mohammed to six as he and FRANZ is greeted crowds. The man didn't reach the king who observers say didn't seem to notice the disturbance the man appeared to be waving an envelope as he tried to sneak his way between the motorcade vehicles before being tackled. He's thinking unknown. On the papers in Morocco quick visit to boost Christian-Muslim ties and show solidarity with the country's growing migrant community. I'm Charles through. It was on this date forty four years ago, the thirtieth of Barch nineteen seventy-five the communist forces captured the South Vietnamese city of did on a plane was set into evacuate women and children but in a horrifying scene. It was instead storm by South Vietnamese soldiers desperate to escape clamored over one. Another cuisine aside women and children in their panic. Stricken fury members of the aircrew drag them onto the plane trying to fill it as fast as possible. Most women and children were left behind. Lightning striking twice van and Barry. The lucky guy he won the lottery back in two thousand fourteen. And now he's come up a winner. Again, James pedal, won a million dollars on the fastest road to one million instant ticket in may of two thousand fourteen he won ten million on a ten million dollar multipliers spectacular ticket the store where he bought his last winning ticket clobbered plaza liquors on summer street gets a ten thousand dollar bonus for selling the lucky ticket four other one million dollar prizes were won this week from the same type of ticket. Well, actor George Clooney is calling for a boycott of nine hotels with ties to the Sultan of Brunei Brunei is set to implement a new law this week punishing gay sex by stoning offenders to death. Matt prompted George Clooney to write in deadline Hollywood this week. Are we really going to help fund the murder of innocent citizens? He writes that you can't shame murderous regimes. But you can shame the banks the 'financiers and the institutions that do business with them. Hence, he's calling for the boycott of hotels owned by the Brunei investment agency. They include the Beverly Hills hotel and hotel BelAir in Los Angeles as well as the Dorchester in London and others in Paris, Rome and Milan. I'm Ben Thomas. Listening to WBZ during your commute is an easy way of multitasking. They keep you informed while you get where you need to go. But in this.

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"barch" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"barch" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Would their dreams of retail and sleeping late and wearing bikinis. That are too sexy that turn on men, and they are fault. She's like it's time for traded eat drink Joe. And he's just looks at her like what those confused wide method is cut love him. Meanwhile, over Jennifer says, okay, it's time for me to leave to go Libya's just like you are leaving. I'm. Pinky promise will lay out may up can't pinky promise. K that I can't threaten to murder someone, you know, who's name rhymes with Barch. Don't forget in this family. Don't call the pinky promise. We called an Amazon prime delivery. Yeah. I think that's pretty much all sees angling for at this point because every time she screams, Yeltsin winds, she gets Amazon. Yeah. So Josh, so Dolores is Dolores is like Frank e you know, what I'm going to do what I pack. Okay. Here's what I did. I walked from the kitchen to the living room to the study to the kitchen. And then I thought you know, what I'm going to pack, but that's not enough. I'm going to do some squats. What do you think of that? He's like, okay. Good. Good. Lord, do then what do I can't do it? I'm gonna call my mom right now. And see what she's doing? Hey, mom. What are you doing eating kooky? Great. Okay. Does Frank have a desk in the closet? What was happening? I actually didn't. I don't know. I don't actually doing the books in the closet. What was no? The frank. I think about still be a lawyer over here. So I say, sir. I'm defending the bread who has case against him, some rye bread and the. Bench and annoying law lawsuit bench. Thanks, frank. This really romantic what you want me say we want me said fourth. So March is like a Joe I hope behaves like literally crazy because yesterday by lady has sugar. She brought it to be in a teaspoon show. Like who do I have any Powerball what barge day fabulous this, right? Classic fabulous about. It's funny. Right at this girl. Jennifer will behave or Kayla. Okay. My lady lady here, she's like sugar. This house and Molly. Lady. Do you say bitch Spanish because Spanish, right and. Orleans like..

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"barch" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"barch" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"An our baseball tonight studios. Reminder coming up just past the top of the hour from Fenway park game number one of the AL as between the Astros and the Red Sox for sale on the hill for Boston. A two point eight four ERA in this postseason for the Red Sox. Justin Burland or a hundred fifty seven career postseason strikeouts. As coverage under way over on the ESPN app. Boop, Giambi adjustment. Does a we'll have the call for us here on ESPN radio. A number pitching changes. We get back out to Milwaukee with Dan and singing. Thank you brick. And yes, you're right. Another pitching chain right hander junior. Garra us into the game. Six at night with a four zero nine ERA during the season. Twenty six starts and five relief appearances late in the year. And he's on here to face gas yelp week with Jack Petersen. I nobody out the dodgers batting at the top that either leading four to three kenley Jansen is up in the bullpen and anticipation of a save opportunity there the bottom half of the inning. Dodgers with a late rally here today looking for a little insurance here that I did and hoping to get out of the walkie with a split Garo ready and the first pitch to a breaking ball bounced at somehow that ball did not get to the backstop is Manny Penalver who's number to the game to catch slit was right came up with it. Weekdays over three. Peterson average speed over at first being held onto by Shaw outfielder straightaway. Get sweet he had fielder somewhat to pull. As Garris sets deals. We check swing and he takes low ball too. Seems like a long long time ago now, but MandA was Wade Miley. Great for the brewers five or two thirds to hits no runs, no walks and a couple of hits a double at a single. But the bullpen couldn't hold it. That it's four three dodgers the two hours or swinging to ground ball down to third stock is to second. What I doubled done by the. Mike the stock is moving to the left in that. Last little hop off the lip of the grass extended the arms forward. So that he just sort of snatch it before it got too far away from that's a really nice place to start the double play so to down to the basis. Happy an interesting situation here Austin of bars is coming up next to my ADA and the dodgers are out of position players that don't have anybody left. So now Barnes is. You know, a forty whole brought guy or anything like that. But are you careful with Barnes? And even if you put them on you don't really care, you just go at my eight or do not want to just give a base away here. I think you throw your pitches early at if you get Barnes to cut official little bit extend and you go ahead finish him on here for the first Mitch breaking ball that MRs low ball one. And if you fall behind in the count. Just kind of go ahead. Put him on and deal with the pitcher behind him or pseudo position players left. So the only other option for Dave Roberts. Would it be? If you wanted to bring up eight better hitting pitcher. That cantu. My ADA somebody who's not of the game. The pitcher said strike wanted one shape. He wanted to bring up her shop who could swing a battle little bit. But obviously does not appear to be the plan Sudan. It looks like if the spot cups up at a Wilby by ADA. Chance at a one way or another is coming on to the bottom of the night. Four three dodgers two down basis empty and a wanna wanna bounced at a breaking ball goes all the way to the backstop. Jared not close at its two balls at a strike. By this year with three for thirty to all of the singles struck out nine times. Did hit a home run two years ago in his rookie season in the big leagues? Garrow looking at Barnes waiting Barnes over two and also walked with the bases loaded today. The two one at fastball. Ninety five it a strike. Now to extend. Looking ahead to the bottom of the ninth schedule. What a is for the brewers Orlando arsia air Peres at add delete off man, Lorenzo Cain with Christian yelich do up for the first things. First. The to to to Barnes. And a check swing at a curveball down at away the count runs full bell expect to see another one being with pitcher heading behind to strikes at breaking ball. You can see. Something else nasty. It's going to be a pitchers pitch in this gallant soul. Good plate discipline for Barnes. If he wants to extend the setting it's going to be key. Most of the fans standing right now. But Miller park and waving around there yellow rulers towels three to all the way and it strike Racal breaking ball. John Barch thought it was high with a call goes the way of gara- and the brewers. No so hit. Nobody laughed. We go to the bottom of the night. Here we go dodgers four brewers three. Hanley.

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"barch" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"barch" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"The mill eight twenty pound brass cannon across the river started being fired at the barges noble. Those barges really got us. They really got screwed. Yeah, the about shooting at him. Fuck. I all down. Tugboats circling back again. In Pittsburgh, thousands of steelworkers prepared to head to homestead to help at eight AM the picker tins tried to get off the barges, which just lead to more shooting the pinger to sure. Yeah, you can't leave. They also try to shoot their way out and they killed four strikers. But now the pinger pinger started jumping off the barge and trying to swim away. Oh my God, not good. I mean, this really screwed them. It has, but I love the Pinkerton getting shot on jumping on the river. It is good, but if you're Pinkerton. Yeah, yeah, it's Pinkerton. But who gives a fuck of your Pinkerton? Did they wear pink. Yeah, they had pink shirts. They did have pink shirts. Are you lying to me. You're lying because I'm picturing like pig security guards like candy, cane security, their address all in pink. No, they were naked. As the bowel ridged on the union was trying to end it and ask the sheriff to request a meeting with Henry Frick. So in the middle of all the shooting and killing, they're like, can we get a fucking meeting to end this and Henry Frick was like, no cool guy. This is. He knew things got worse. The governor would send in the militia, and if the militia came, the strike would be good. No, yeah, ten fifty am the tug returned to get the barges. Good news, bad news. How have you guys been? What are you talking about how we been? We've been getting shot out here like frogs since you didn't ask Larry's. Fine. I don't care. He looked fine. When you ditched does he went to the doctor and got a bandage and I don't care. This is why we left. This is exactly it's this attitude that's not great. Tie yourself to us now. Tugboat. No. Why did you come back to gloat you little asshole, say hi, see if you're adding to the chain, you still have a very bad attitude. Okay. Remind me of girl who had a pin. That's what you're like. Pin girl. Going to kill you boat captain. You You have have to to get get, you. you have up the Barch. So you are such a sassy little captain. I am going to strangle you when I get off here. Do you understand me? Sure. Okay. Oh my God. If you fucking come back here. I just comes back, everyone shoots back at the tug and the tugboats like, okay, I'm now we're leaving. Again. I just took off now. That's not worth it. We can say we tried, we can say, we tried and didn't happen. It's like idea of smokey. You turns on the water out God, he is unbelievable. Later. Where's he going just away. Love to get an update. So now the strikers were up on high ground. They had three hundred rifles and they were just shooting at the barges. Okay, they kill the Pinkerton around noon. Then the strikers decided to light the barges on fire. Clearly this audience is pig. Side of the strikers. The side of the tugboat which is a small sect, but I found a little niche for myself. I'm pro tugboat. So the strikers sent a raft covered in oil soaked timber. Oh, my God helps on the way, but they're on fire. There's no help. That's what. They set it on fire and push toward the barges. The pinger free..

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"barch" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"barch" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"It's good for passionate fan base, but it's still such an uphill climb. I'm not ready to put chips potato. I think it was the best moral victory I've ever covered. They were tanning his name as he ran off the field after losing seemingly. It was a heartbreaker. They came down to a two point conversion at the end. I'll tell you what am fan better better moral victory than Charlie weis Bush pushed game in almost beating a well a US even better than the Clemson team difference. There is the char- you know, Jim Barch is never wanted. Yeah, you're right. Five million Charlie weis made a lot of money off that moral victory. I'll tell you what you go to a game there and you get it. It's as big time in atmosphere for college football game as you're gonna get from from the tailgate your first game there? No, it's not my first game there, but it was my first game in the new stadium, which is enormous. I mean, I Don sure I've ever it's one hundred five thousand. So it's not like that's the only stadium in the country of that capacity, but it's just it just goes straight up into the air and press boxes at the very top. You feel like you're on a mountain somewhere. It's as you know, if you've been to a game there, if you've been in the press box is ways or feels like it sways when it's rocking and it's just it's just it's just a beautiful stadium. So you can see why. If you were fan of the school, you would think in an game official. Why can't we play with the best? He certainly recruiting at that level. I think why this game felt different is tell him on. Here, here's a guy who was not particularly great as a true freshman thrown into action in that. It wasn't even certain into the season that he would win the job. He was under constant pressure, obviously from from Cleveland Farrell, Dextra Lawrence, and all those guys. And he just had himself aim through performing thirty yards. He had many others that were, you know, dropped passes. It could have been even more. Of course, he also narrowly avoided some interceptions. I had doubts going into this season. The JIMBO who is a traditionally total pro style guy could a could could put out offense that would would suit players like him and others who recruit with spread offense in the absolutely did so credit to him. For that. We'll we'll see, you know, they're gonna play Alabama in two weeks. They're gonna play. Auber LSU onus will see how this turns out the season, but I do think the future is bright in college station. Do you have a little buyer's remorse on? Did you know? I had Clemson running the. Table in the ACC where you with them? I think I picked them to lose once, but I certainly have them in the playoff. Where am I with Clemson? You know, obviously it'd be hard to watch that game dot com. Oil concerned with their secondary, but then you look at their schedule who who on that schedule is capable of meeting them until probably November. So not to to concern. I am curious. Media said that searches was capable of beating last year though they may your big Eric Dungy fan. They might be valley and couple of weeks. They may be able pull that off. I mean, they love to throw the ball in that secondary struggle to say the least. No. My question was, Clemson is the same one we already had. How long realistically, like how many times have you seen a team in in Florida comes to mind with leak. Tibo win a championship while playing two quarterbacks the entire way his right now, if you thought Trevor Lawrence was gonna take this thing and run with it from here. No, Kelly, Bryant won that game. The other night he played very well. He ended up playing most. They rotated back and forth. But he ended up playing the game lates, but I don't think that means they're going to bench. Trevor Lawrence, I think they're going gonna continue to rotate the two of them probably all season. Look. If I get the villain that if anybody can kind of manage the dabbled Sweeney as to offensive coordinator's skills, like the tone around the program is very collegial. Maybe you got, you got Brent Venables who is touted..

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"barch" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"barch" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"He was given a deal with with the special counsel prosecutor is when we expect that he's going to say that he was in On this that he helped Paul, Manafort change some of these numbers fake invoices essentially not only to. His bookkeeper but, also to the banks as well as to the IRS I review finds. North Korea appears to still be working. On its nuclear and missile programs correspondent Paula Hancocks is a, panel within the UN is, made up of independent experts they give their findings every six months to the sanctions. Committee talking about the progress or lack of with North Korea and Sydney this. Particular report is is fairly damning saying, that they're quote increasingly sophisticated avation techniques being used by North. Korea when it, comes to the ship to. Ship transfer the, north Korean Foreign Minister has shot back at. The US over its warning to other countries against violating international sanctions on Pyongyang saying recent moves by Washington are alarming I'm Ann Cates Two point nine FM and AM six thirty Washington's ball WMA Allen Jim Barch hundreds of gun, control protesters have been joined by survivors of the parkland forty shooting at a rally outside National Rifle Association headquarters family members of those killed at Marjory stoneman. Douglas high school in February addressed the crowd during today's national March Sean NRA. Rally in Fairfax the protests shut down a portion of the road outside in our.

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"barch" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"barch" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"He doesn't seem to have much chutzpah. He's a good talker. He's a good salesman as far as it goes. Do you think he's trying to sell you on something? Oh, yeah. I used to write a cell on the idea that America and Russia can be partners and that we can rule the world together. I don't think he knows you know how that's gonna work. I I was was gonna ask you, you, you. do you think that the President Trump? Do you know what you mean? What you say you want Russia and the US tour to work together, sort of run the show together. Well, no, I don't. I mean, I just it sounds good. So this is something you just you practice in the mirror at night. I just go, yeah. A lot of times I'll stand in front of a mayor and go, yeah, and I'm President Trump and I wanna be friends with the president of of Russia, and we'll in blue in and what's wrong with that, you know. And then I'll mention we go. Yeah, yeah, that was there anything that Obama did that pissed you off other than the the reason why I'm getting into this is because President Trump it sounds to me like a lot of what happened goes on with you is this lack of respect that you see other people getting such as President Obama. So let's let's investigate if you don't mind your relationship to him or with him, we all saw you at that correspondents dinner. You were angry, right? Yeah, yeah. I was really angry and that's what I swore that I would get him back, you know, and then I saw, but before he got elected, he did a speech in Berlin. And he did some speeches in Europe, and he wasn't even president yet, you know, and everybody of around the w-. World was going, hey, yea, let me interrupt if present Putin here. Yeah, see, that's the thing that I noticed about Donald when he came to visit us. And when he was in Helsinki is he wanted to do a lot of the stuff we did. He say, you have that military parade said, yeah, he said, because I watched it on YouTube and he asked me, did it feel good? I wanted how it felt. I mean, I told him he did, and so now he's going to do you're doing a military parade. Are you copying? Russia? Well, you are right. Well, I'd sorta come you on copy and Russia, but also North Korea's was pretty cool that you're, you're not gonna you, you're copying us and North Korea? Yeah. I mean, I'm copying like you are sitting with all those veterans and everything I want to do that. I wanna have them turn, you know is right? Yeah. When they go buy me. Okay. And do you want to have a display of weaponry like they have in in Russia and in in North Korea? We have the missiles. You have what? You know how we have the missiles. And yeah, I wanna do that too. Yeah. I wanna have the missiles tanks, jeeps and everything. I want to have the wax and all the females, and and then I'll be up there and they'll go, yeah, you know, they'll be marching Barch. March Martin is right, and they'll just go, yeah, you know what I'm saying? Is this Pavitt of saying yeah, which I know it irritates you President Putin, sir. In the time that we have. We're talking here by the way with President Vladimir Putin of Russia and president, Donald tr. Of the United States. We were talking about this past week, all the heat that President Trump was getting upon his return here to the United States. Did any of that surprise you. Well, I'll tell you this. I knew it was an easy meeting. I knew that when he said he didn't think that we, you know that we were dabbling are interfering just for the record. Are you interfering in the elections? Oh, yeah, yes. Okay. Go ahead. I knew that you know, when he said that he didn't think we were interfering in the elections and this and that I knew this meeting was really easy, but I didn't know whether he had the. I wasn't quite sure who he was talking to back in the United States. I, I know he has his supporters and I figured he had all of his supporters in the White House and the administration. But it never occurred to me that there would be a may, a massive backlash..

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"barch" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

05:59 min | 3 years ago

"barch" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Four three we are in for a treat for the next hour i've got two wingmen with me their names are met pepper net tapping he brought his own man with him doc peppy who happened to have been a medic world war two doc is ninety five years young wow i'm looking at a war hero doc thank you so much for coming in you're welcome doc can you tell us about what you did in world war two they persuaded me to shorter not really quite durable barch march march so they handed me a parachute drop drop drop so you're with the eighty second airborne hundred four hundred first airborne oh goodness i didn't mean to insult you please hundred first airborne with five hundred and six parachute infantry regiment as a combat medic goodness docket you see the movie hacksaw ridge by any chance which movie hacksaw ridge the one about the medic who refused area firearm you saw the movie excellent excellent was it pretty pretty realistic very realistic that's what you did you're a medic yeah except you're carrying a firearm carried a firearm though bochy washer wound or catastrophic and we just we were just basic just boy scout shaw really we didn't have that much training we had fabulous doctors with it almost everything we got was a catastrophic wound at all we can do is pray at work all hundred and first airborne so where did you serve where were you normandy yes actually are we landed behind omaha beach doc you're indeed yes good nece dad you might wanna tell the audience about your experiences at the church and on gavila pla dirge during the first couple of days i worked with the guy shomali absconded with a german jeep and we were our job which picking up wounded people and bringing a maiden to a church that has been converted into a h station this is a little church called ongoing veal platt that's a little now the idea was for willard and my shelf to go out where they were shooting and everything and bread bring the wounded people in it didn't we we had a couple of strictures lamb across a jeep and we'd bring these guys in these followed would take care of muniz in the church interesting note that this church is a memorial today and on the pugin that church of never cleaned the blood off the cues as a memorial i'm talking to matt pepping and his dad ed doc pepping who served as a medic world war two during d day doc i'm sure you saw the movie saving private ryan yes tell me about that how realistic that was it was very realistic to how did he make you feel when you saw it this guy is this this was all about what you went through so that you relived it make you feel uncomfortable tell me how to make you feel yes and pops it makes you very uncomfortable because the sounds were were made a reaction actually it was an action that you you went without you know when we landed in normandy i landed up field all by myself that just you call being alone they were supposed to drop its at seven hundred feet and ninety five miles an hour all the guys got the pilots were young there were excellent but they had to go in at seven hundred feet with all this flak coming up and so they they didn't quite keep schedule they dropped us at three hundred feet at one hundred sixty miles an hour well the thing is a three hundred feet you're the shoot popped open your hit the ground and sold there were casualties hair but these pollock's young pilots for excellent deck dad tell tell the audience about your injuries upon landing since you landed so low and so fast well actually i landed backwards worry a steel helmet actually the opening shock tore my clip banal many of the guy and i commend backwards mike steel helmet hit the back of my neck and crack three vertebrae but doj would the days you just didn't say oh so what ho so i stayed there for fifteen days and jail obvious going to a big town called kevin dawn and i was walking alongside some fellas with a little tank and they were after shapers.

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"barch" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"barch" Discussed on WTVN

"You know for me personally i i can't think of any other moment history that wouldn't be more important than being there for the resurrection christ you know i i was almost going to say that as well and i feel stupid because i had that in my notes and i forgot to mention it but tell me about it man how would it be would you want to be inside the the two or standing outside as the rock rolled away i think i think standing outside i mean just the the site of the angels rolling away the stone and then just what that moment meant in terms of the complete change in human history for the entire world excellent choice bruce i appreciate your input let's get was steve thanks for calling six ten wtvn steve if you could put yourself anywhere any any point in history what would you pick well as a lifelong green bay packers fans now lame and i'd love to be on the sidelines of any of their super bowl wins but i became a fan the summer before super bowl one and which dates me i know but if i could be on the sidelines with with barch dr invinci lombardi and their skiing jerry kramer after they won the super bowl one i think that would be my alternate place no no no the ice bowl was before that it was a playoff game to get to the super bowl.

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"barch" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"barch" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

"That's that's that's actually a really good point some of the bigger companies that we talk about in that selling the us don't actually have a lot to do with mainland china so now it's good point i'm actually looking forward to something that you're writing this week jerry if you wanna give us a quick he's about this just about phones and crypto mining i'm so interested in this i had to replace my gaming pc because lightning hit my house and my shirt protector did not do its job so my insurance company gave me some money so i went shopping and the amount of money they gave me for my old computer i thought that was sufficient based on what i paid for it and then i went to buy parts for a new one and i just was really really bist and looked into it and saw why the barch or so expenses and it's crew tiptoe mining a big groups of people are buying computer parts in bulk thousands of units at a time to mind i'll say bitcoin so you understand but it's not necessarily bitcoin it's other cryptocurrency and it has driven the price of graphics cards and ram sky high well we have gp us and ram inside our phones and i'm looking into how it affects that and if it changes the price if it does who's eating the cost what's going to happen and what the future looks like because there are a lot of money now and i don't wanna see them get any more expensive.

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"barch" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"barch" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Alabama bench suppliers everybody reacting to that foul call it looked like there was contact with beyond braxton key the key there was alabama was in good position to guys up the problem was he came down with the arm if he goes straight up instead of trying to block the shot as far as coming down with his right arm there probably won't be a foul but once he bought the armed down he got a piece of bridges kale bridges i free throws up in no good for eighty five percents shooter madison's here tune in all week to tbs cbs tnt and true tv or on the go with the march madness live with barch bad it's live i should say right here with westwood one the most outstanding player the big east tournament it almost twenty three points per game dyers and hits bridges i point of the game comes with one fifty to go in the first half and building over back on top by two now it is ingram's gonna work out bridges trying to take him inside he forgot the basketball and phil booth dives on the loose ball fired ahead he it to the front of the ramp up finger roll shot that he missed his jump and got rejected by the iron both defenders left him to go to chen's no he didn't the official gave him that's the same official who gave a coach they'll look the other night.

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"barch" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"barch" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To 25 it is now time for health watch electronic devices are increasingly being used to monitor hospitalized patients and their capabilities are constantly expanding a recent study showed a leash our by he adjaria trix expert at johns hopkins says their role should be scrutinized carefully there is a role for telemedicine or wearable technology or motion sensors are those kinds of things i do not think that the role of technology is to substitute for human care it's really to complement here from a human being there is the potential for cost savings but it cannot be at the substitution of human touch i think there we are going in the wrong direction body says she is seen some clever applications of technology for hospitalized older patients have family members record their voices and then you play it back to the person when there in the middle of an episode of delirium it helps to calm the person down i thought another is an interesting use of technology where you're creating some humanity you're putting some humanity back at johns hopkins i'm elizabeth tracy far will you is usually show paul barch do you know about the traditional song we should new year's eve a new year's clock strikes midnight in many places around the world people will link arms and fake the words too old lang science loosely translated for the sake of all times ten by scottish poet robert burns and seventeen ninety it's a new year's tradition yet a survey of britain's finds just three percent no the words to the song forty two percent of millennials don't know even a single word nearly half think it was written by the beatles with three percent giving the nod to mariah carey larry miller cbs news london wbz.

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