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"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on Distillations: Science + Culture + History

Distillations: Science + Culture + History

11:39 min | 7 months ago

"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on Distillations: Science + Culture + History

"Off the amount of people that showed up here attest to how many people in touch by by the set them my grandparents from furry six. Oh I think a lot of people have have memories reading up blog posts where the museum director Robert Hicks Road That he anticipated that visitors Coming to the Motor Museum. During the lifetime of the exhibition would immediately make a connection to recent news reports of sort of killer disease outbreaks somewhere in the world. But could any of you have imagined how close to home this would all become and sort of how quickly well certainly not? I mean we knew as Robert said that since disease outbreaks are frequent all over the world that something would happen over the course of the run of this exhibition that people could make connections to in the news and for instance when we were planning the project. Zico virus was in the news. That seems a million years ago. Now Gosh you're right it is. It's so true but fortunately severe pandemics are much more rare and those kinds of outbreaks for influenza. There's only been three pandemics since nineteen eighteen in nineteen fifty seven in nineteen sixty eight to sixty nine and in two thousand nine the swine flu pandemic which many people remember so. It's the sort of thing where something is going to come down the pike. You just don't necessarily know what or when it's going to be so we knew would be relevant. We absolutely did not anticipate that it will become this extremely relevant so extremely quickly just a few months after the exhibit opened so we had our our parade with four hundred marchers at the end of September. We can't that's unimaginable now. So had something like that right no absolutely I mean. I think it's really interesting to sort of think about the parallels between what's happening in the world right now and and what was happening back then in nineteen eighteen are there parallels that you see in terms of what we're living through now It seems like Philadelphia's response is very different today than it was in nineteen eighteen. Now certainly that is true and I think that experience of nineteen eighteen has it. It's it's most likely informing. The are the very cautious response today but to go back to the past. The is that pandemic killed more people more quickly than any other disease than since there have been a plagues pandemics. That have killed certainly killed more people but not as quickly and the spread of the pandemic virus was exacerbated by this movement of people during World War One thousands millions of people moving over oceans and borders and continents and it also happened at the very end of the war and at the time there were no vaccines. No antibiotics to use against pneumonia. Which was the most common secondary infection? That was the real killer. Influence would weaken your immune system system and then the MONJA would come in and really carry you off. And even though we know a lot more medically and scientifically than we did. Then we know how virus's work they. They didn't know that influenza virus at the time they had identified a bacterium as the disease causing agent and they developed some vaccines against that but that was mistaken. So today we know how viruses work we can analyze their genomes. We can use that to develop vaccines against them. And so we have much more advance. Medical and scientific knowledge and treatments are much more advanced but with corona virus with this novel virus. That's very virulent. We can really be sort of. It's like a time travel machine. It just takes us right back into nineteen eighteen conditions because it takes time to develop and test a virus in the meantime these hospitals and doctors and nurses get overwhelmed. Supplies and equipment runs short. The coffins start to stack up because they people are dying. Were quickly than they can be. Buried temporary hospitals get set up in auditoriums and parking. Lots the stories and photos that I'm seeing from places like Bergamo Italy and now from New York just very close to us here in Philadelphia there are lots and lots of echoes of Nineteen Eighteen. So even with all this medical and scientific knowledge that we have when systems reached their breaking point. Were really living those past conditions all over again in some ways. I would say that if there was one lesson to draw from one hundred years ago I would say that it's the importance of transparency and it wasn't possible at the time to be transparent about the situation. There were federal laws that mandated press censorship in punished free speech all to keep up wartime row but people in power really need to be honest about the situation. They need to say what is happening. What's being done? An issue very clear guidance about what individuals should and shouldn't do and we've seen what goes wrong and how many people suffer when that transparency is lacking both one hundred years ago and today as we're thinking about nineteen eighteen today. Are we ever really going to be the same you know? Are we forever changed? Are we always going to obsess over these germs? And you know be scared of embracing our friends and you know all all of that. Sort of stuff And so I I think you know I wonder. After nineteen eighteen were Philadelphians. Really forever changed well the pendulum. It came and went very quickly. And it's looking like our experiences going to be a bit more long drawn out even even if the actual peak of the disease in a any particular location is going to be really quickly but in nineteen the worst weeks in Philadelphia where from late September to early November in the peak was in October in nineteen eighteen so but very soon after the death rate dropped the end of World War One was declared so there is enormous relief and rejoicing on November eleventh on Armistice Day and afterwards that terrible toll of pandemic was kind of swept under the rug to some extent and many people just wanted to forget about both of those trauma the pandemic in the war so they really didn't talk about their experiences in their feelings and additional thing is since there wasn't a public memorial memorial for the victims of the pandemic and there are only very few memorials anywhere in the world. There really wasn't any sort of communal way for people to grieve those losses so because diseases have not been viewed as historic as the same kind of historic event as as a war or some other kind of political conflict. They just a treated as kind of the ebb and flow of life. And so it's it's something that just gets remember privately and not in a communal fashion. Even though a these desk came out of an event that affected the entire world there. Just wasn't that kind of recognition that this was something that was worthy of commemoration in that way unlike the combat losses of of the soldiers and sailors. Those do have memorials and people really mostly mourned really quietly very privately. And I think that's part of the reason why this pandemic recalled the forgotten pandemic in quotes that's because historians didn't really pay much attention to it until later in the century most histories of that time were focused on political events military events but we found in our research that people definitely remembered the pandemic. Not just those loved ones they lost but also those emotions and stations and sights and sounds even the smells of living through those terrible weeks in those terrible months. For instance there are oral histories recorded a from Philadelphians in the early Nineteen Eighty S. Where people talk about Steven coffins stacked up and smelling the dead bodies and being just afraid and when people started to hear about this project our project they began to send a stories of the pandemic that were passed down in their families and we have dozens of these stories so far and more coming in every day and we were able to put some of the stories into the exhibition and we're compiling more of them to make a digital scrapbook to go online later. This year wow. That is amazing. That was actually going to be. My next question is going to be like his. Anyone actually sent you anything so absolutely so actually. I could tell you a really incredible story that we got at the beginning of the year. Yeah please so. This is a story. A woman sent in that her mother used to tell so. When the mother was a baby her family lived in. Camden New Jersey across the river from Philadelphia. There was a twin sister who died in the pandemic but there wasn't any undertaker available to bury the body so the mother was absolutely desperate so she put the dead baby and the living baby into the carriage and took them on the ferry across the river to Philadelphia and this was before the Benjamin Franklin Bridge was built because she knew an undertaker in her old neighborhood in Frankfurt neighborhood in Philadelphia so this is one of the harrowing parts is that people on the ferry were complimenting her on her beautiful children and all the while she was just terrified that she get caught for transporting a dead body across state lines. Oh my gosh. Isn't that amazing. So when she got off the ferry she walked several miles north to Frankford pushing the baby carriage to reach the undertaker where she left the body and the woman. Who wrote this letter telling us? This said that the story was told regularly at family gatherings. And you start to wonder. What was it like to grow up with a kind of origin story? Like that sort of haunted by your dead twin and by the trauma of your mother. Yeah so we have lots of stories like that. Do not as dramatic as that way they raise. Show how how deeply the pandemic affected people so really. People were changed because of their intense experiences and they did carry their memories with them even if they didn't really talk about them at the time so if people have family stories like to send them to influence a nine hundred eighteen at college of Physicians Dot Org or visit the Motor Museum website for the address particularly from the Philadelphia area. Were also interested in finding out. If you have an artifact pass down in your family from someone who died in the pandemic or photographs or documents. We'd really be interested in hearing about those. Thank you so so much. Jane relay this was. This was fantastic. Thank you you too. Bye-bye thanks to blast theory for letting US use x search from spits spreads death the parade a film by blast theory with music by David Lang performed by the crossing for distillation. I'm Alexis Patrick. Banks for listening..

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"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

13:36 min | 1 year ago

"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"I these rules that are going to be implemented in the Atlantic league. Which by the way is a pretty good independently started here in the northeast do. New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York got a team the Long Island ducks. I some reason they put a team in Texas. I doesn't sit didn't seem to make sense doesn't make sense to me. They've had franchises. Join the league drop out of the league comeback in as I think two out of the original ones up to twenty years at the league has been an existence. I was kinda bombed because I had a Atlantic league team. Twelve months my house. It takes me. It's fifteen minutes my house into photocopy a proper and the field that was in Camden, New Jersey overlooked the Benjamin Franklin bridge, which ran from Camden into Philadelphia, so fourteen miles now somewhere thereabouts a really nice minor league stadium. Campbell field was the name of it. Campbell's has a major plant right down on. The Camden waterfront there, and they helped kick in money and bought the naming rights for the field and add the Camden Rigobert sharks for years, and they went belly up, which was unfortunate because it really was a quality stadium. I've been to minor league stadiums all over the country. And this one was as nice as most as nice as the stadiums that they have down in Florida and Arizona that major league games during spring training, and they just could make a work, which was unfortunate probably. So many entertainment dollars to go round and Philly is it is as I said just on the other side of the bridge and Phillies a diehard Phillies town, I was disappointed. They could make a work went to a bunch of games there over the years, but they no longer play in Camden bay redid the field. I guess Rutgers Camden, it's a spinoff university of Rutgers University, which is up in New Brunswick down in Camden. They'd got a campus as well. And they've got their own outlet programs. Not the same as Rutgers University itself in the big ten. They bought the field and turned it into a baseball slash softball slash soccer field. Which was a great stay. I'd bummed out by the Atlantic league is gone into bed with major league baseball. I guess MLB reached out to him and said, listen, we got some rule changes. We're contemplating. We don't want to do it. We're not gonna do it on a major league level. We'd have get okay. From the players to be able to do something like this. And we're not going to be able to slap it together. We're not even sure we want to do with our minor league teams because minor league teams were working on other things developing players. We're not sure that we want to do. So would you like us to fund the Atlantic league? And you accept the rule changes that we want you to implement for us. And apparently the Atlantic league said find they're not doing this out of the goodness. I can tell you that because they are as I mentioned earlier at least in part competitors. Because at Lantis league teams are within some kind of distance of a major league team. And we're gonna win Alantic league game. You're not going to a major league game. So they they shouldn't really wanna be helping each other out the only way it works. Is somebody's writing a check. So without having seen the financial agreement. That's in place. I'll speculate for you. Oh, MLB wrote a pretty good check to the Atlantic league and said we'd like you to implement these rule changes. So we can get a firsthand look at them in practicality on the field. So we can make a determination. Whether we'd be good for our game. The game on is the pi levels. No mound visits for anyone other than the pitching coach for other than excuse me for pitching changes or medical issues. So the pitching coach can't come out and talk to the patriot anymore. The cat catcher can't go out and talk to the pitcher anymore. Page has got to be out there on an island by himself that is certainly targeting pace of play. They want to speed up the game of baseball. I think it's a little overreactive. I'd like what they did last year. Limiting the numbers of visit. You could have rather than white them all loud. I think that's an over. Stamp in trying to speed up the game. So I don't like it. But I understand it yet about pace of play the elimination of most defending champs by requiring to infielders on each side of second base. I like I sign off on it. I don't like it because yes, you're limiting defence. And defence should be part of the game. You're handicapping defense. But in professional sports date put rules in all the time to protect teams against themselves that they've gotten so good at crunching the numbers and figuring out when and when not to share that it is hurting offense in baseball 'cause ships do the job that they're supposed to do and limit deadpool laters and take base away by having guys properly plays defensively on the diamond and baseball wants more offense. So it should be as easy to say as well. Just tell the hitter to hit them where they aren't that makes sense. But major league baseball doesn't want to ask that the players. They want to have them. Go up there and swing it. So they are kind of plating eliminating shifting by keeping to integral design each side of the diamond. That's to increase offense in major league. Baseball three batter. Minimum for pictures, barring injuries. I think that plays into pace of game as well. Because the managers are just going out there and changing patriots all the time and having to have thirteen patriots on I twenty five man roster. You got nine possession of your in American League at ten ten positions. Available. Colluding designated hitter. Of what you're gonna use for just one position and the other half of our positions. Well, they can limit the number of picture you being used by going. What's I'm like this? And I laid out my staggered approach that yes, this could be implemented for the first seven innings every game. But in the eighth inning, you've demand you're a little bit more flexibility. You only have to pay to hitters ninth-inning win the game. Truly is on the line. Well, have to play phase one if you wanna pull a guy right away. I think it really will. It keeps the essence of managers and strategy and a game exempt as a matter of fact, I think it adds to it moving the patriots. Rob a back an additional two feet to sixty two feet six inches karma. During the second half of the season is the most ludicrous thing I've ever heard of in my entire life Wiegand debate. How much moving the rubber back to feet would do. Yes. The boss gotta travel longer. You can't throw it as hard. It can be as hard coming out of your hand. Is it was? But it's got to slow down gravity is gonna take old so ninety nine could become ninety seven ninety five could become ninety two. It should make it easier for the headers adjustment period for the pitchers as well. I think that's for the good. I'm ready willing and able to take a look at that. In the middle of the year is asinine. I never heard of anything like that. First of all, what are you gonna do? Take two weeks off and fix all the fields. And I know by the way, just tell the bridges yet go out and throw from two feet further after they've worked on getting their motion. Exactly, right. From say, it's the dumbest thing I've ever heard. If you're going to do something like that you need to implemented over time not changing in the middle of the season and the one that annoys me the most the use of track man radars to assess home plate umpire calling balls and strikes assist. Somebody needs to explain this to me, I think you meant to say replace home plate on Pires calling balls and strikes because if they put radar in if they put lays in the empire's going to no longer make the call a laser's going to make the call, and I didn't grow up playing video games. When I was a kid, we had this novel idea if you light sports, you went out and actually played them rather than sit in front of a console and a sixty inch television with a joystick in your hand. So I was never a video kid. This wasn't it. Feels like to me major league baseball would become joystick time that lasers are deciding to game rather than actual play individuals humans umpires I like instant replay ever call is wrong. I wanna get it. Right. You have to have some implementation with actual human beings. And I think the empire's do as good a job as they can call balls Baltin strikes. So that's one I will you'll never get me to buy. I'll never give up the game. I loved major league baseball. But I will watch it with lasts forever. If they go to this this one as as Eddie attic is changing the length of the pitch in season as dumb as that is. I do that before I go to lasers. Call him Baltin strikes. Eight eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four. What do you take Tom from Albany up on CBS sports radio? I tommy. Hey, jodie. Nice. Taking my call. You got. But. With all the pace of play stuff. You know, the one thing I'll tell you. Now, this is an admittedly small sample size. But everybody I've talked to my friends who were based. Okay. And I heard it in other places too. I think you're on you know, you say the right thing with it's the pace of play not necessarily like the game. But I'm telling you right now from you know, from what I can tell listen the callers on sports radio. It's the biggest thing that is getting people away from the game. And that they say is the schlepping in between pitches that is you know, all the other changes that they're that. They're thinking about in front of implement their great. But you know, the one I'd like to see and I'm a huge baseball fan the whole night. It's my favorite sport. I'd like to see the pitch FOX. I really would. And listen, we've known that in the game of basketball. They implemented any number of wolves to just get the players to play the game. There is the twenty four th you know, there's the shot clock. There's the inbound rule. There's the half court will there's the three second rule, you know, play play. O'clock. Good football. Yeah. There's a play clock. And you're just to get the players to get the game going. And that to me is the biggest thing the pitching changes. You know, I see where they're coming from. And they did a good job. In terms of limiting the mound visits, contributing to the schlepping. It was well, but the big thing is the Nomar Garciaparra stepping out in you know, tying his batting gloves in between each pitch the pitcher walking around on the mountain ration bag five times. You know? It's that's the big thing that more than anything. I really don't mind the three and a half hour game. And I'm hearing more and more people say that as well. It's just they have to get off. You know, again, you've probably heard this before you've probably seen it before. And you remember it you go back on any one of the, you know, I yes, never up here. And you watch the Yankee classic games for the always win. It's yeah. I mean, you watch any of those games like Dave Righetti perfect game or any of the games from the nineteen throwing pre strike, and you just it's it's almost amazing. You know in I was in my teenager, then. And I didn't even remember how fast the game. But I watch it now. And it was just the ball back. Get a new ball pitch. Hit next banner comes up, and you know, and that's the way they have to get back to that. Tommy while I'm with you. I got bad news brought to you. And I doesn't look like it's going to happen because they put the pitch clocks in just purely for spring training. And they said it's not gonna happen during the year. We just want to see if the players can get used the players can deal with it. We just wanna get a look at it. Get a feel for it. It's still being used but the empire's never in horse. It it goes to zero zero all the time and nobody ever gets an extra ball on him. They ever get an extra strike raider. If they're not in by the time the pitch created gonna pitches, Reggie go. They said it, but then they didn't implement it. So I'm with you. I think it could really pick up the pace of play. There are some massive individuals that slow the game down that abuse the amount of time that players have now been given and take readily between every single page, and I think with a concerted effort they could clean that up and change it around in a heartbeat. They gave a half hearted effort this spring. Most of the players complained about the pitch clock more. So the patriots than the players, and I guess major league baseball decided, and we're constantly contact with their empires and said, listen, we can't just not do it. Because we said we are committed to it for its spring training. So it's going to be there..

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"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

12:01 min | 1 year ago

"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I these are rules that are going to be implemented in the Atlantic league. Which by the way is a pretty good independently started here in the northeast do. New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York got a team the Long Island ducks. I some reason they put a team in Texas. Doesn't sit didn't seem to make sense. Still doesn't make sense to me. They've had franchises joined the league drop out of the league comeback in his I think two out of the original ones over the twenty years at the league has been in existence. I was kinda bombed because I had a Atlantic league team. Twelve months my house. It takes me fifteen minutes, my house into photocopy a proper and the field that was in Camden, New Jersey overlooked the Benjamin Franklin bridge, which ran from Camden into Philadelphia, so fourteen miles somewhere there abouts a really nice minor league stadium. Campbell's field was the name of it. Campbell's has a major plant right down on. The Camden waterfront there, and they helped kick in money and bought the naming rights for the field and add the Camden Reeb river sharks for years, and they went belly up, which was unfortunate because it really was a quality stadium. I've been to minor league stadiums all over the country. And this one was as nice as most as nice as the stadiums that they have down in Florida and Arizona that major league games during spring training. And they just couldn't make a work, which was unfortunate. Probably. So many entertainment dollars to go round and Philly is it is as I said just on the other side of the bridge and Phillies a diehard Phillies town, I was disappointed. They could make a work went to a bunch of games staff over the years, but they no longer play in Camden. They redid the field. I guess Rutgers Camden, it's a spinoff university of Rutgers University, which is up New Brunswick, downing Camden. They've got a campus as well. And they've got their own athletic programs and not the same as Rutgers University itself in the big ten. They bought the field and turned it into a baseball slash softball slash soccer field. Which was it was a great stadium. I bummed out by the Atlantic league is got into bed with major league baseball. I guess MLB reached out to him and said, listen, we've got some rule changes. We're contemplating. We don't want to do it. We're not going to do it on a major league love. We'd have get okay. From the players to be able to do something like this. And we're not going to be able to slap it together. We're not even sure we want to do with our minor league teams. Minor league teams were working on other things developing players. We're not sure that we want to do. So would you like us to fund the Atlantic league? And you accept the rule changes that we want you to implement for us. And apparently, the Atlantic league said fine. They're not doing this out of the goodness in Iran. I can tell you that because they are as I mentioned earlier at least in part competitors. Because Atlantic league teams are within some kind of distance of a major league team. And we're gonna win. When Orlando bleed game you're not going to a major league game. So they they shouldn't really wanna be helping each other out the only way it works. Is somebody's writing a check. So without having seen the finance agreement. That's in place. I'll speculate for you. Oh, MLB wrote a pretty good check to the Atlantic league and said we'd like you to implement these rule changes. So we can get a firsthand look at them in practicality on the field. So we can make a determination. Whether we'd be good for our game. The game on is the pie levels. No mound visits for anyone other than the pitching coach for. Other than excuse me for pitching changes or medical issues. So the pitching coach can't come out and talk to the pitcher anymore. The catcher can't go out and talk to the pitcher anymore. The patriots gotta be out there on an island by himself that is certainly targeting pace of play. They want to speed up the game of baseball. I think it's a little over reactive. I'd like what they did last year. Limiting the numbers of visit. You could have rather than white them all loud. I think that's an over. Stap in trying to speed up the game. So I don't like it. But I understand it yet about pace of play the elimination of most defender of shifts by requiring to infielders on each side of second base. I like I sign off on it. I don't like it because yes, you're limiting defence. And defence should be part of the game. You're handicapping defense. But in professional sports, they put rules in all the time to protect teams against themselves that they've gotten so good at crunching the numbers and figuring out when and when not to share that it is hurting offense in baseball. 'cause shifts do the job that they're supposed to do and limit deadpool laters and take basis away by having guys properly placed defensively on a diamond and baseball wants more offense. So it should be easy to say as little just tell the hitter to hit them where they aren't that makes sense. But major league baseball doesn't want to ask that the players. They want to have them. Go up there and swing it. So they are kind of plating eliminating shifting by keeping to infielders on each side of the diamond. That's to increase offense in major league. Baseball three batter. Minimum for pitchers barring injuries. I think that plays into pace of game as well. Because the managers are just going out there and changing pitches all the time and having to have thirteen patriots on a twenty five man roster. You got nine position of your in American League. You got ten ten position to Bill including designated hitter half of which you're gonna use for just one position and the other half were all of the positions. Well, they can limit the number of pitches. Are you being used by going with? I'm like this. And I laid out my staggered approach that yes, this could be implemented for the first seven innings every game. But in the eighth inning give demand. You're a little bit more flexibility. You only have to pay to hitters ninth-inning win the game. Truly is on the line. We only have to play face one hitter. If you wanna pull a guy right away. I think it really will. It keeps the essence of manner. And strategy in a game exempt as a matter of fact, I think it adds to it. Moving the patriots a back in additional two feet to sixty two feet six inches comma during the second half of the season is the most ludicrous thing I've ever heard of in my entire life. We can debate how much moving the rubber back. Two feet would do. Yes. The balls gotta travel longer. You can't throw it as hard. It can be as hard coming out of your hand. Is it was? But it's got a slowdown gravity is gonna take home. So ninety nine could become ninety seven ninety five could become ninety two. It should make it easier for the headers adjustment period for the pitchers as well. I think that's good again. I'm ready willing and able to take a look at that. In the middle of the year is asinine. I never heard of anything like that. First of all, what are you gonna do? Take two weeks off and fix all the fields. And I know by the way, just tell the pictures. Yeah. Go out and throw from two feet further after Dave. She worked on getting emotion. Exactly. Right. From say, it's the dumbest thing I've ever heard. If you're going to do something like that you need to implemented over time not changing in the middle of the season and a one that annoys me the most the use of track man radars to assist home plate umpire, calling balls and strikes. Assist. Somebody needs to explain assist to me. I think you meant to say replace home plate umpires calling balls and strikes because if they put radar in if they put lays in the empire's can no longer make the call a laser is going to make the call, and I didn't grow up playing video games. When I was a kid, we had this novel idea if you like sports, you went out and actually played them rather than sit in front of a console and a sixty inch television with a joystick in your hand. So I was never a video kid. This was feels like to me major league baseball would become joystick time that lasers are deciding to game rather than actual play individuals humans umpires I like instant replay ever call is wrong. I want to get it. Right. You have to have some implementation with actual human beings. And I think the empire's do as good a job as they can call him, balls and strikes. So that's one I will you'll never get me to buy. I'll never give up the game. I love major league baseball. But I will watch it with less pervert, if they go to this this one as as Eddie addic- is changing the length of the pitch in season as dumb as that is. I do that before we go to lasers. Call him Baltin strikes. Eight eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four. What do you think? Tom from Albany is up on CBS sports radio. I tommy. Hey, Jodie next taking my call. You gotta but with all the pace of play stuff. You know, the one thing I'll tell you. Now, this is an admittedly small sample size. But everybody I've talked to my friends who are based. Okay. And I've heard it in other places too. I think you're on the you know, you're saying the right thing with it's the pace of play not necessarily the game. But I'm telling you right now from you know, from what I can tell with no callers on sports radio. It's the biggest thing that is getting people away from the game. And that they hate is the schlepping in between pitches that is you know, all the other changes that they're that. They're thinking about and trying to implement their great. But you know, the one I'd like to see and I'm a huge baseball fan the whole night. It's my favorite sport. I'd like to see the pitch FOX. I really would. And listen we've known that in the game of basketball implemented any number of rules to just get the players to play the game. There is the twenty four th you know, there's the shot clock. There's the inbound rule. There's the half court will there's the three second rule, you know, the play clock and football. Yeah. There's a play clock. And you're just to get the players to get the game going. And that to me is the biggest thing the pitching changes. You know, I see where they're coming from one. I think they did a good job in terms of limiting the mound visits gazette was contributing to the schlock put well, but the big thing is the Nomar Garciaparra stepping out, and you know, tying batting gloves in between each pitch the pitcher walking around on the mail bag five times. It's that's the big thing that more than anything. I really don't mind the three and a half hour game. And I'm hearing more and more people say that as well. It's just they have to get you know, again, you've probably heard this before you've probably seen it before. And you remember you go back on any one of the. Yes. Number up here. And you watch the Yankee classes games for the Yankees always win. It's yeah. I mean, you watch any of those games like they Righetti perfect game or any games from the nineteen nineties pre strike, and you just it's it's almost amazing. You know in I was in my teenager, then..

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"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

11:16 min | 1 year ago

"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

"Check it all at geiko dot com. I these are rules that are going to be implemented in the Atlantic league. Which by the way is a pretty good independently started here in the northeast new. New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York a team the Long Island ducks for some reason, they put a team in Texas. Doesn't see didn't seem to make sense to let make sense to me. They've had franchises joined league drop finally come back in. I think two out of the original ones over the twenty years at the league has been in existence. I was kinda bombed because I had a Atlantic league team. Twelve months my house. It takes me. It's fifteen minutes. My house into vote out be a proper and the field. That was in Camden, New Jersey overlooked the Benjamin Franklin bridge, which ran from Camden into Philadelphia, so fourteen miles from somewhere thereabouts. A really nice minor league stadium. Campbell field was the name of it. Campbell's has a major plant right down on. The Camden waterfront there, and they helped kick in money and bought the naming rights but a field and add the Camden Rega river sharks for years, and they went belly up, which was unfortunate because it really was a quality stadium. I've been to minor league stadiums all over the country. And this one was as nice as most as nice as the stadiums that they have down in Florida and Arizona major league games during spring training. And they just couldn't make a work, which was unfortunate. Probably. So many entertainment dollars to go round and Philly is it is as I said just on the other side of the bridge and Phillies a diehard Phillies town, I was disappointed. They could make a work went to a bunch of games there over the years, but they no longer play in Camden. They redid the field. I guess Rutgers Camden, it's a spinoff university of Rutgers University, which is up in New Brunswick down in Camden. They'd got a campus as well and got their own athletic programs and not the same as Rutgers University itself in a big, Dan. They bought the field and turned it into a baseball slash softball slash soccer field. Which was it was a great stadium. I'd bummed out by it. But the Atlantic league is got into bed with major league baseball. I guess MLB reached out to him and said, listen, we've got some rule changes. We're contemplating. We don't want to do it. We're not gonna do it on a major league. Love forget, okay. From the players to be able to do something like this. And we're not going to be able to slap it together. We're not even sure we want to do with our minor league teams 'cause minor league teams were working on other things developing players. We're not sure that we want to do. So would you like us to fund the Atlantic league? And you accept the rule changes that we want you to implement for us. And apparently, the Atlantic league said fine. They're not doing this out of the goodness in Iran. I can tell you that because they are as I mentioned earlier at least in part competitors. Because Atlantic league teams are within some kind of distance of a major league team. And we're going to Atlantic league game you're not going to a major league game. So they shouldn't really wanna be helping each other out the only way it works. Is somebody's writing a check. So without having seen the financial agreement. That's in place. I'll speculate for you. Oh, MLB wrote a pretty good check to the Atlantic league and said we'd like you to implement these rule changes. So we can get a firsthand look at them in practicality on the field. So we can make a determination. Whether we'd be good for our game. The game on is the pie levels. No mound visits for anyone other than the pitching coach for other than excuse me for pitching changes or medical issues. So the pitching coach can't come out and talk to the patriot anymore. The catcher can't go out and talk to the pitcher any more debates has got to be out there on an island by himself that is certainly targeting pace of play. They want to speed up the game of baseball. I think it's a little overreactive. I'd like what they did last year. Limiting the numbers of visit. You could have rather than white them all loud. I think that's an over. Stamp in trying to speed up the game. So I don't like it. But I understand it yet about pace of play the elimination of most defensive chips by requiring to infielders on each side of second base. I like I sign off on it. I don't like it because yes, you're limiting defence. And defence should be part of the game. You're handicapping defense. But in professional sports, they'd put rules in all the time to protect teams against themselves that they've gotten so good at crunching the numbers and figuring out when and when not to shift that it is hurting offense in baseball 'cause ships do the job that they're supposed to do and limit deadpool laters and take basics away by having guys properly placed defensively on the diamond and baseball wants more offense. So it should be easy to say as well. Just tell the hitter to hit them where they aren't that makes sense. But major league baseball doesn't want to ask that the players. They want to have them go up there and swing it for defense. And so they are kind of plating eliminating shifting by keeping to infielders on each side of the diamond. That's to increase offense in major league. Baseball three batter. Minimum for pitchers barring injuries. I think that plays into pace of game as well. Because the managers are just going out there and changing pictures all the time and having thirteen pages on I twenty five man roster. You got nine possession of your in American League. You got ten ten position develop including designated hitter. You're gonna use for just one position and the other half for all of our positions. Well, they can limit the number of pitches there he'd been used by going what's on like this. And I laid out my staggered approach that yes, this could be implemented for the first seven innings every game. But in the eighth inning, you've demand you're a little bit more flexibility. You only have to face to hitters ninth-inning when the game truly is on the line. Well, we have to play face one editor if you wanna pull the guy right away. I think it really will. It keeps the essence of managers and strategy and a game exempt as a matter of fact, I think it adds to it moving the pitcher's rubber back in additional two feet to sixty two feet six inches comma during the second half of the season is the most ludicrous thing I've ever heard of in my entire life. We can debate how much moving the rubber back to feet would do. Yes. The boss gotta travel longer. You can't throw it as hard. It can be as hard coming out of your hand. Is it was? But it's got to slow down gravity is going to take old so ninety nine could become ninety seven ninety five could become ninety two. It should make it easier for the headers adjustment period for the pitchers as well. I think that's for the good of I'm ready willing and able to take a look at that. In the middle of the year is asinine. I never heard of anything like that. First of all, what are you gonna do? Take two weeks off and fixed all the fields. And I know by the way, just tell the bridges. Yeah. Go out and throw from two feet further after they've worked on getting emotion. Exactly. Right. From say, it's the dumbest thing I've ever heard. If you're going to do something like that you need to implemented over time not change in the middle of the season and the one that annoys me the most the use of track man radars to assess home plate umpire calling balls and strikes assist. Somebody needs to explain this to me. I think you meant to say replace home plate umpires calling balls and strikes because if they put radar in if they put lays in the empire's to no longer make the call a laser's going to make the call, and I didn't grow up playing video games. When I was a kid, we had this novel idea if you liked sports, you went out actually played them rather than sit in front of a console and a sixty inch television with a joystick and your and so I was never a video kid. This was it feels like to me major league baseball would become joystick time that lasers are deciding the game rather than actual play individuals humans umpires I like instant replay ever call is wrong. I want to get it. Right. You have to have some implementation with actual human beings. And I think the empire's do as good a job as they can call him, balls and strikes. So that's one I will you'll never get me to buy. I'll never give up the game. I love major league baseball, but I will watch with lasts forever. If they go to this this one as as Eddie is changing the length of the pitch in season as dumb as that is. I do that before I would go to lasers. Call him ball, two strikes. Eight eight eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four. What do you think? Tom from Albany is up on CBS sports radio. I tommy. Hey, Jodi, thanks for taking my call. You got it. But. With all the pace of play stuff. You know, the one thing I'll tell you. Now, this is an admittedly small sample size. But everybody I've talked to my friends who are basically. Okay. And I've heard it in other places still figure on you know, you say the right thing with it's the pace of play not necessarily like the game. But I'm telling you right now from you know, from what I can tell us no callers on sports radio. It's the biggest thing that is getting people away from the game. And that they is the schlepping in between pitches. That is you know, all the other changes that they're that. They're thinking about in front of implement their great. But you know, the one I'd like to see and I'm a huge baseball fan. The homeland my favorite sport. I'd like to see the pitch FOX. I really would. And listen we've known that in the game of basketball implemented any number of rules to just get the players to play the game. There is the twenty four. You know, there's shot clock. There's the inbound rule. There's the half court will there's three second rule, you know, play the play clock and football. Yeah. It was a play clock. And you're just to get the players to get the game going. And that to me is the biggest thing the pitching changes. You know, I see where they're coming from one. I think they did a good job in terms of limiting the mound visits contributing to the with this this. Well, but the big thing is.

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"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

11:38 min | 1 year ago

"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Everybody has the right to be wrong. At least once. Every body. I'm not exactly sure could even come under this heading chewed. But. I do have to make his comment because when I first started. Doing my Tuesday nights. Quarter there in bridesburg. It was a nightmare getting to the place and a nightmare coming home. Traffic on I ninety five and I get on ninety. I ninety five get over to Benjamin Franklin bridge on ninety five north there. Right into put foot bridge where you make that connecting point. And it was just ridiculous. Just like the first three nights. I went up there. It was bumper to bumper and away of the whole stretch from there to bridge street and then bumper to bumper to her way home. In fact, I like the back page for south jersey magazine. I didn't hole aren't going. And what a nightmare that stretch of road was. And. I guess I'm about to jinx myself since I three weeks. There's been nine now. Again, I'm getting on there at around. Seven thirty seven twenty five. Getting on ninety five they come home somewhere around ten thirtyish. And I've not had a lick of traffic. The entire month of January excuse me, December this whole months so far in January nine zero. So somebody did something I don't know what it's like up there at St. vote and all that, but I ninety five between the bridge street exit and downtown actually when I'm coming home is between bridge street exit, and what women bridge has been smooth sailing. So I thought I should at least mention it since I Bates so much about it. Why it was going on? Let's say hi to Lamont on ninety four WPA Lamont. Low the mind. Sounds like he's air. But I guess you could not civil see Barry on ninety four WPA. Barry. Hey, it was gone daddy. How are you? I'm doing great good. Glad first time calling. You I have insomnia. I listen to you every night. Well, I appreciate that very much. Thank you. I got you know, what I'm sorry. Let me come back there. I don't appreciate you having insomnia. That's a curse I don't wish on anybody. It's horrible when you can't sleep and then insomnia mine tire life. It's just a curse the amount of drugs and whatnot that I take to put me down would hall an elephant in full charge. Sure. It's like a racehorse. Insomnia is a real bitch. It really is. One thing I've learned Noah, man. And I've gotten pretty good at this only go over like the last year, and I'm not exactly, you know, thirty five years old. I now no longer freak when I can't sleep. I go. Okay. I can't sleep. In fact, I'll turn on a light. Watch another television shower start another movie or go downstairs if anybody's around and chat channel a little bit. Or whatever before I go. I I started freaking out. I do the same thing. I saw freaking out. I had to do. What you I listen to the w I p or I play video games. Wow. I should learn by video game. That's the way big daddy. Do they still make pong? Long ball pack that come on the world's great. When I was single and used to spend time into jersey shore bars when I couldn't get laid. I went Mike depan. I a loser in the corner playing pong for a game called breakout. Their record my time. Downey to video games I've ever played. I sorta got. Anyway, what's on your mind tonight? Mary. Sorry. My mind's eye. You gotta be talking about Winston foles. And I was a big win fan way. Drafted him gave him so much got draft picks and. And his first year. He got thrown into the fire second year prudes MVP and then came in. Did the thing we want bras? The ring Boston bowl. So I'm torn because I know full older and Wentz is our future. But I want going forward because of this recent run. It's hard. I feel like it. I'm torn I want I feel like if foes leaves us I'm happy if he goes somewhere, but it goes to the giants or the Redskins. I can't do it t- now. Now, I completely different from you on that one first of all in a perfect world. I I wish Nick foles for staying right here. But if he's going to go somewhere on the guy who wants to go to the giants hitter Redskins. No. Yes. I think it would be great drama. Just great drama, the return of Nick falls, which would be awesome. I absolutely love it. I don't like soap operas operas be badly. I'd rather him go to a FC and do well AFC and not watch him against us. Believe me, I'm on an island with this one is well. In fact, when I originally said that about a week or two ago, I got blasted what do you mean? You went full set. But I I love drama. I do I love. Well, I don't watch soap operas, but I love that aspect of it. I I'm fine with it. I'm down with it. I'm not if I I was I want eagles and do right by Nick foles, and let him go and do his thing NBA starter somewhere else. But at the same time, I'd rather them franchise tag if they could and trade him. Actually to tell you the truth. I like Nick foles so much. I wouldn't wish the Redskins on them. Not with that owner. I want it. So I'll say not the Redskins giants still have some weapons in place for him. It's so so hard though, 'cause I what he will do so wealth and giants with Beckham and Barclay like, that's that's you know. So I hope the eagles at least the second or third round pick for Nick foles franchise tag. I mean, he agrees to it. I know it's a hard thing to do. But into my guy, I love next Boston's rang but Wentz is definitely my guy. He's the future. This eagles franchise. We took too much for him as younger. I am bored. I have I have Megan's player the best. Okay. Forty. This one is up for debate. It really is. Hold on. Okay. Hold on. I'm going to have. We're going to do this. We're going to flip a coin Mike Angelenos flipping a coin now between these two names. And he's going to type up on the board. The winner of this coin flip because. It's a tough call the end, it really is a tough tough. Call and the name is Mike is slipped. A coin and the names up on the board. Right now, you go right ahead. Well, what Montgomery eagles running back? Katie's shady's about running back home. I got Murray. Best. He wasn't even involved in the coin flip. But I do appreciate the phone. Call and Wilbert had really good career with the eagles shady's all time leading rusher. But that's not who the coin flip was between neither one of those M's. He pretty much just a admitted that McCoy's better than Montgomery, but you won't Montgomery anyway, because people don't like shady McCoy. And I know that's not what this is supposed to be back. He's supposed to be objective and look the stats and yards and whether or not the team won and all that. But he he burned a lot of bridges in this town. They've pick a random eagles game next year. You'll see more shady McCoy jerseys, and you will Wilbur Montgomery. Oh, yeah. Now, you will. I mean, you saw I think people like McCoy more than Montgomery. You can't make that leap because Wilbert plates so long ago. Was famous one was thirty nine years ago. Okay. You still played the same era as. I don't see as many to whiskey. You see as many? Schmidt Carlton hall of famers. But I bet tug McGraw. Well, interesting what's his name being in? And. He might be included in this debate. When we get around to that. But now, it was the am is neither shady McCoy or Wilbert Montgomery. Neither. This say hi to a gym on ninety four WPA. Jim. It's up in the morning. How you doing I'm doing? Well. How about you top of the morning. Good. What does it mean? By the way. Top in the morning. In the morning. What does it mean? God. What does it mean? And side is on you. Who the heck knows? I mean, I have a good morning. I think what it means. Why don't you just say good morning? Top of the morning sounds better. It does. I agree. It seems like it's a step above good morning. Jovial? Just not exactly sure what is the top in the morning. Tap in the morning. Eight o'clock seven. Never you want it to be I guess, so I guess gum or McCoy. Now the eagles now. Wow. It's not.

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"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Main guy. They've now robbed the Bank and they've gotten all the money. He starts killing off his own guys. So he can't get caught. Yeah. And that's how I took that. How can you not take it like that? If he's this deranged loner that everybody's putting them as maybe he is a little bit. But still like there's something is so incredibly off about that moment. There is Phil Everley the Everley brothers died on his state just for five years ago at the age of seventy four you cannot underestimate the importance of the Everley brothers seriously, the Beatles idolized him and part of that great harmony that Lennon McCartney foreign based on that. On this date in fourteen. Thirty one Joan there's always a Joan of arc mansion. Joanie mark. Fourteen thirty one I'll read it here Joan of arc handed over to the Bishop on this date in fourteen thirty one now, she eventually right gets burned into state. Yeah. I sometimes think we all hear that expression. And don't take it a step further that somebody right had to kind of like tire feet to like some poll knowing what they were about to do. Oh, yeah. And then like from what you understand like the village would come out. Oh, they're burning somebody to stake today. Oh, I'm at work. I can't make it. I see what people that was totally a thing it, it was the thing for a long time like executions and all that. Yeah. Means going to going back. I mean, not even all that far out figure even like eighteen hundreds and baby early nineteen hundreds depending on where you were going that. Yeah. People like people used to tailgate hangings effectively like they would go to somebody's house early and have bring a bottle of wine talk about what's going to happen. Hobby bet on how long like he could stay alive with his head chopped off in a basket. Maybe how long would squirming go on to finally end. This is gotten very sick. So let me came this on this date in eighteen seventy the booklet bridge. Construction for began thirteen years. It took to building thirteen years. Honestly sounds shorter than I'd expect you ever like every night. I drive directly under the Benjamin Franklin bridge on my way to here. And it blows me away every time. I see just the base of it. You know with all that stone go how in God's name. Did they build this thing? It's amazing. It really it really is Babe Ruth. Was so by the Red Sox on this date to the New York back in one thousand nine hundred twenty the curse it a Bambi? No went on for decades before the Red Sox did that you do a lot of talk radio there, Vince, Queen, and you know, you really have to come prepared when you do hours tonight. The tonight show, which is an hour. Even at you, go. Wow. You got to have a new monologue. Every night. You got different guest on you wanna do a bit. You know, you got competitors. That are also have a tonight show on this date which shortened from one hundred and five minutes to ninety it was one hundred and five minutes for a while. Wow. And we night and then got short in the ninety and ninety four awhile before it got shortness. Sixty on this date in one thousand nine hundred seventy three on running later. George Steinbrenner bought the Yankees from CBS ready. This twelve million. Twelve million. It's worth twelve billion now. Yeah. Well, yeah. Well over a billion. Yeah. It's gotta be close to two if not over to TV contracts, I eight hundred million or something like that..

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"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"He's he's now a reserve. But he also now is an active NASCAR driver. So we'll talk to him about playing in this ball game. And then serving in the military continuing on a professional athlete in a sport that I don't think many people are expecting a a former I think he's think he's the first ever military personnel to drive in and ask our event, so should be a fun one. And then and then we'll wrap it up ahead of the army navy game. So you wanna stick with us here for the next two and a half hours or so as we're live from Lincoln financial field for the one hundred nineteen th army navy game presented by the USAA wicked financial field here in Philadelphia. Adam Copeland and Brian benefit. Tammy we're bringing you all the action. We're gonna have a great conversations coming up again. We're gonna talk to general mile lease coming up here. Milly Milly Milly, pardon me. He's coming up in just a couple of minutes here. He's going to pick his brain on on what he likes. He's going to do a quick kit with us talk a little football. And then he'll get out. And then we'll we'll continue on. And then again, we'll hear from the play by play guys a top of the hour. And then again, Mark Asper Vince Polly of the movie invincible, the actual guy. We're not talking to Walberg would be nice to talk. Marky, Mark, though. Yeah. But I I feel like Vince is going to have some good things say, and as we've talked to him, you know, kind of around has been around the Philadelphia hanging around downtown he's, but he's funny. He's been he's been an absolute character. Yeah. We've been able to chat with them. A little bits added. This guy just has so much energy just talking to him. He doesn't even really know us. But we introduce ourselves. And we kind of joked out I want that guy to wake me up every morning and tell me to, you know, have a good day because he loves live, and he was preaching to us and we loved talking to elven inspiration in a local guy and a lot of fun. So we haven't run the rocky steps yet. But we'll get to that. We've done affiliate state will probably get another one tomorrow. Anything else will take your recommendation to Philly cheese steak didn't even really count. We gotta go to a better spa. We got we got a Philly cheese steak yesterday. Diet is a diet tease. You like that take things for things that just don't quite don't quite hit your fancy the Benjamin Franklin bridge the diet bay bridge. We're we're rolling into this car at MIT says that he points at the Ben Franklin bridge, and he goes at this diet bay bridge with the Ben Franklin bridge similarities. When you look at it from afar, and you don't really think about it. Traveling with medium impact Ryan is a trip man. This guy last night asked me to iron shirt for dinner. I said, no, dude, you're earning it, so I thought maybe, but I guess I was so to ask. Got to hold your hand to. Yeah. Please unbelievable stuff. I've got to cut his stake for tonight, probably what we had to dinner to get you an applesauce in an apple juice. We'll get you some Nafa kids so cider maybe maybe and j with no cross like that. It'll be all good again at Lincoln financial field ahead of the one hundred nineteenth. Army navy game presented by the US a fantastic event here and promises to be a great ball game. We got more coming up on the other side, Adam Copeland and Brian benefit..

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"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"New Jersey just across the beautiful Benjamin Franklin bridge from Philadelphia center city. That is correct how you guys doing doing okay, we're doing all right. It's Tuesday. We're pretending it's Friday. Day to be alive. Yeah, it is. We'll know talk to Joseph. How are you looking at the world today? Every day is headed in the last just got off the point five, five months ago. Got married. All my way to work now, just love and life. Now, where were you deployed for how long I was in Afghanistan. I was in Kuwait, Syria, you name it. I was there. I'm an engineer. I was there for eleven and a half months while you were visiting all the luxury spots all the spot where they're just building and just getting ready for a lot of soldiers coming in good us, and we appreciate all you do in of course. Now you're married, so now your your spouse is now serving. That's how it works, you know? And it's like it's gross to be married weird. Well, it's grew. Okay. I was going to ask you, I'm getting married in about a year. Do you have any? Do you have any advice? What got you through these five. These five months, do not the Iowa wedding. It's so hard nipple, right it. It was a lot to do. It came out gorgeous and all, but every step of the way it was just the worst. Everything went wrong, the whole nine yard. All right. So no DIY wedding, no problem. Don't worry. He's not doing that. I'm not doing that. Joseph book a happy marriage in happy of being first caller of the day, and thank you for serving our country. We do appreciate you and Elvis Duran shirts into the first call. Please or ruin it. We're going to ruin it sport, please ruin my shirt. You got it. Thank you so much wonder. People ask us to ruin it, but I wonder if everyone that asks knows what it means. They just know that that's what to say. And they wonder what's going to show up. God knows it's going to crawl up to your front door, clean the studio with it. Let's go around the room. We'll start with you scary. What's on your mind before the show? I might need somebody to help me with time management like somebody to look over me and say, dude, you're doing it all wrong. I spent about an hour trying to make my me MO g on my iphone look exactly like me and it was to know just realize it has limitations. So I'm sitting there like, oh my God, an hour went by. There was so many things that I could have done that have been more very true. They need to get back in there and perfect that. But I'm like, why did I waste all this time? I should've been three minutes and done with it. Okay. We'll question. What would you have done? Scary if you had fifty three minutes or fifty, seven minutes left in that our thinking maybe help the planet in some way or like do something okay alternatives that all my God look, my emojis all help the planet. Help society and contrive, okay, we are. You need to plan that you'd okay from tire. Let's hope society. We'll good. Scary. Nice. Noticing though. Admitting you're you're having a problem is the first step good morning, Daniel. How are you today learning?.

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"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

10:07 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Show. This show the guy Graham what's happened. Our are L. I'm good. But not with this rain. Not much option. It's it's I guess it's unrelenting. That would be the word just do things in it. You just you just learn to just do things in it. Unrelenting? Look, I know there's been a million eagle games that have been blooming awful, tat one. But just kept going and going and going never and the like you said, it was a great looking rain on television s drenching drenching, drenching rain. Just spitting right now, though, not poor and co yesterday actually didn't rain for three hours three and a half, I play golf and the whole eighteen holes in. Yeah. What you shoot what your handicap? A charity thing was him. And you don't keep score. No. Did you? Yeah. Well, you keep scrolling team but many a cop at any given awards. Yeah. You gotta score as a team, but you don't have an individual score. It's the best shot. Like, you just the best guy that gets it's stupid. And how did your team do finish third you finish their squad? Nobody I know got flyers alumni Dinger. No buyers were busy with their animals with the gritty. Yeah. Yeah. They're here to stay. I mean, you kids love kids. Love mascots. I'm predicting gritties going to be a hit already was internet blew up. It was the flyers have had that much attention since they won the Stanley Cup. Big hate grit. He's going to be he's never going to be no fanatic. But. Keep an eye on greedy. Al. I mean, the whole teams redheads, right? So it looks like Scott Hartnell back, orange hair. It's not right. It's the same thing. Doesn't matter. Kids. Love those things. Some cases six mascot has never really taken off. No they've had a big shot and they had hip hop. That a dog. Right. Glenn Frank Franklin still around with know, I think he is. Oh, you got late without somebody adopted him. No, maybe got laid off. And he's drinking underneath the Benjamin. Franklin bridge. Maybe close to home. Would be the people love people love mascots. Like when I go home. Did. I always hated the fact that the Red Sox had a mascot, but all the kids have the little dolls. They love it. There was there was a period of time out where the fanatic was the biggest selling point. There was still is. And now it's back. I would assume maybe reach Hoskins, maybe. But the pills had some years there where they had nothing to sell except the fanatic. Yeah. This year. This year. Well, the anytime you gotta players what's he got thirty three homers. You're I think continue to miss the point. This is one of the worst seasons in Phillies history. It's right up there. It is one of the worst in Phillies history. And you scoffed at me when I sent out is your team's not gonna finish five. And you did us. You can't do you can't be this bad though. Will they are? Like that can't happen. Are they going to win three the final six? I don't care. No. But it would cause it matters. Doesn't matter at all at that matters to me. It's one. One of the matters to me they finished five hundred or not why they're worse than last year. I get all that I've been keeping the fills have not played. No, no, listen to me that feels not played over five hundred right? This would be the seventh straight year coming off what they were coming off is almost unheard of. There are teams again in this kind of a groove and never get out of it. But back to back World Series appearance. Is there were going into the play? And then boom this. Yeah. Usually can build off something like that. Not this one. That this squad. No, this'll be the seven straight year of non winning baseball. And to do that. They would have to win for the final six, and I don't think anybody thinks to winning for the final six what good does it do if they did. They're still awful. It would mean something to me. It's not about you know, it is a big data on the up, and he dug out all that make this guy. Happy. So now is the little bit of football last night on. Yeah. Marred by refereeing to goes another undefeated, tea, and there's like two left. I think. Team and adopt one. I haven't looked Dobbins in Rams is the ram. Yeah. Rams. Having lost yet have three weeks after three Kansas City is well, well, they always. Yeah. I don't count them because they fall apart at the only good thing about the city is if they beat you, you know, you're going to the Super Bowl eventually they might have there at the end. They might have a really special quarterback. Yeah. True. It's still too early to. The only man you've got some number four. He looks really really good. Does does. So Reid might have really stumbled onto something special there. Wow. No, no. That's one of the I I I kind of tend to discount them because they always your right to do that. Yeah. You're right. Yeah. Dolphins. Wow. Yeah. And the Rams already. You know what I mean? People are suicide pools are done or the survivor pools is colored. Danny Benjamin Franklin bridge as we speak. I don't expect Dopp remain. So you're right about the chiefs. I won't nobody is what am I saying three weeks? But the the thing is those pools where you have to you know, the survivor pools. They're done. Many people had Minnesota. This everybody after month everybody's done. This is a it's a Wild Thing. And now with the gambling legal everywhere. It's like people see how hard it is this up constantly what you clicked the world is changed has. You keep harping on this game. And thing what is it changed? It's changed. More people watch. I don't know that to be a fact yet, and we wouldn't know that he can't tell you can't tell what ratings anyway. Yeah. I can't. But I just know from talking to people. I mean, it's a difference. I'll give you gotta every week. So you would have a better feel for it than I would add you would. But I just don't a whole Atlantic City. And I will tell you what comes to Philly. I remember coming on and doing a show with Ricky Ricardo when this was getting ready to break this whole camera thing, and I said, the Ricky I said, okay, it's legal now, but my entire life. I don't know of anybody who wanted to make a bet who could not make that. Oh, yeah. Also, most people couldn't make no, oh, no, you're wrong. If you're a sports fan, and you wanna make it, and you don't know of a bookie whatever it would take you off like three phone calls. The find somebody who has the most people were talking about now like Super Bowl betting where people just have all friends that do it and a lot of women. It's different. It's totally different. We'll see I'd be like marijuana. Now stocks in Canada, go from like a dollar like three thousand because they're gonna ship to the United States. I'm all for it. I can tell I can tell you have a good day to day out another coke. The sun will be coming out for you. Stay out of the rain. Let me talk to you about my dentist. Dr Craig Don over there in cherry hill. That's D O N, and I've been gone to Dr Don now for over twenty years, he's right on route seventy go a little bit past spring counties right here on the right hand side. I've been gone to him for twenty years. And boy was I lucky that I was because when I got really sick like eight years ago and had all that radiation down in my throat. I was told by my championship doctors that my teeth. We're going to start falling ATM about a year year and a half and he did. And boy was I lucky already be a patient of Dr Don. 'cause he somehow got them all back in the right spot. And today, there's nothing I can eat. My smiles never looked better. Imagine what he can do for you for more routine work, and let's face. It is no such thing as routine work when it comes to Dennis is there because who likes to sit in that chair. Most people are frightened to death. I know I was until I hope with Dr Don because Dr Don does no work on you at all to your completely numb and comfortable in that chair. And I don't know how important that is to you when you choosing a dentist, but it's everything to me. So give them a call go to big data dot com for the smiling photo, a me, and my convertible and all the information about Dr Craig Don is listed right there. That's my Dennis that Craig, Don. It's the.

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"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

09:20 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Sun come shining through Why are you crying Right Good. Morning everybody how you doing Bleep up big Graham in here, with you on this Thursday morning August second note that, Thursday morning, August second it is exactly seventy five degrees in fourth and market as we speak Don up to eighty seven days wanna be hot and. Muggy again and if you think I'm going to tell you whether or not it's going to rain. Or not forget it Because you just yesterday on I was going to drive down the shore and it was. Porn on the Benjamin Franklin bridge and I want one that gonna driving rain and then it completely. Stopped raining Yes and I'm going to. Go to amateur well yeah for what it's worth it's, not raining now correct I've been told that. Yeah but it could start pouring on, my way Dan shirts whatever their age rain in the forecast but this time of the year. With the hot muggy there's always a rain in the forecast fails thank God Start planning in the, night I can't stand even when they have one. Night. Off I'm really enjoying his pennant race. I, really, am fills her home. For a four game. Stand. Against the Marlins Nick, per, better pitching tonight against Pablo Lopez this is, not the, same as that four game series against. The reds where if you did a little bit of, homework you would have seen the wretched played. Good ball Prior to, that Phil series you can never say that tomorrow Well not recently any, mess total disaster should have never sold that team that year and they won two World. Series at one point that, to it really is mind boggling So annoying the Braves Marlins were rain out so Fills you're still up a, half, a game. In the first place to nationals however did win so they have now close that gap to five games will finish this up because. I, love doing these with? You always have something. Well how. About this nineteen thirty four William. Franks Twirls in Indian club not exactly sure what an Indian club yeah I have no idea what that means night. Any, idea what an Indian? Columbus I don't anyway On this state one thousand nine. Hundred thirty four Can't even read this William Franks twirled in Indian club over his head seventeen thousand two hundred and eighty times in. An hour and get Bob Beamon, in the Olympics that record has never been beat, and no one will ever. Attempt to break it which is good. For, him he's going to have that for eternity well first of all of you, wanted, into a dick sporting goods store and say yeah I'm looking for a nice. Indian club, maybe in in blue. What you need the club I went to guesses one would be. A cricket bat because. They can play, cricket Nydia so maybe that's it or you know obviously nomenclature at the time was not really accurate and it, could? Have been a lacrosse stick today's American game right he turned it over seventeen thousand, times in an hour and out first of all how do you? Even count thinking the same thing There's no filming, breaking into our this is an Indian club okay So. What Taller bullington had bowling pins with really long, necks long, long neck. Bowling pins now that's not. A duckpin you're familiar. With duckpin do you ever go? Duck bowling you don't wanna? Know, bowling yeah it's called. Duck Bono these are down, in Maryland, duct, bowling's huge huge lines around the block to go. Duck. Bowling good what's the best club there to go? For duck bowling? And, Maryland yeah I once did a gig harbor degration I got lost and stop where what I thought was. Bowling alley duck pains are like, bowling pins, but smaller why am? I bothering we'll get rained out this week and I'll go down. Will call. We've will They're twenty inches tall twenty. Eight ounces That way in France, could certainly twirl So that's that man was Twirl one of those sound like a baton where it's the same. Dimension from top to bottom That I guess Master waved it they find interesting And I keep kind of hoping it would. Come back. On the state nineteen thirty eight the dodgers played the, cardinals and the. Baseball's were yellow Okay I dig. That why? Not why? Not. Maybe A solo home run with. The yellow ball. Would count? As two? One Okay Maybe every tenth ball in play is a yellow. Ball I like. That The, the, moneyball theory is going to be like, an NBA, three point contest nineteen forty-three PT one zero. Nine which well you know depending who you talk. To John f. Kennedy he had a courageous moment on PT. One nine and then there's other people say was. Overblown to anti years but this is why I am. Bringing it up Kennedy was so big in this area you. Know being the first Catholic president and all that Why would. You used, to have a PT one zero nine boat Took you on cruises you know out in, the bay in any ocean in that when I was a kid I bugged, my mother for hours to get. A ride on the PT one nine vote and I got it I did the very first time to Beatles. Played at the cavern club and Liverpool Ivester about a year ago. One of the highlights of my life gone to the cavern club. It's amazing nineteen seventy nine and I saw this show Gilda Radner China Night Live was. Such a phenomena and such a huge deal, when it first came. On still is but you then she actually had a Broadway show was really was just, nothing but a bunch of skits that she kinda took from Saturday Night Live, yeah but it was exciting being. In the theater it was because you were part of this wow the experience of Sharon eight live which I'm. Tony they were no one's ever is bigger than the Beatles but. It was big time if you were part of that original cast I never cared about, this record and I always feel like I should Cincinnati red Eric Davis On this became the seven and earliest youngest player to hit thirty home runs and steal, thirty bases in a season can Saco I believe is the first forty forty guy, and I I just don't care it's the. Weirdest thing I I know I shoot it it shows. You this guy's got not only great power but he's really fast on top of. It but it seems like a record net it got to sit down and almost. Make up That's such a baseball record yeah little bit and We'll have to talk to Ricky Ricardo about. This zoos on, this date nineteen Ninety-one that Rick James got arrested not. Too many. People get arrested on. Sexual, torture charges not funny I get it? Now, funny but you're aware Ricky. Was road manager yeah for a couple of years. I've heard some. Of the stories and they're. Wonderful, oh my. God Hey follow. Vince, Quinn on Twitter at its Vince Quyen? Bench, I love working with you. So talented thank you so much for helping out. With the program Program tonight don't forget Friday night And Joe Cochran guys at the, Kosta down there in. Seattle city, nine o'clock finding night my daughter Abe is emceeing is going. To be a fun fun night so hope to see you down there finding nine o'clock Lukasz to and see our city for the, next two. Funny filling is show don't forget my daughter Eva has a quiz every single Thursday ninety seven o'clock. At chicken pizza in south Philly, so drop on. By and say. Hi to her we do that. That would be nice And we'll. Be right back..

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"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Right now it is seventy five degrees we have a clear sky in spring garden going down tonight the full five day forecast is coming up in just a few moments bucks county man pleads no contest to the aggravated assault of his wife who suffered severe brain damage after falling from his pickup truck what happened on lincoln highway last summer kyw suburban bureau chief jim melwert what the update according to prosecutors thirtythreeyearold andhra ryan told police his wife robin ryan was bickering about money after they left the bar around five thirty on july twenty fourth last year several witnesses say they saw ryan's pickup truck swerve at a high rate of speed and a female fall from the passenger door lending headfirst on the pavement she was then run over by the landscaping trailer attached to the truck ryan entered a no contest plea not admitting guilt but conceding he would likely be convicted at trial robin ryan remains in vegetative state and is not expected to recover from injuries including severe traumatic brain injury a broken leg and shoulder blade sentencings plan for september prosecutors reserve the right to file homicide charges if she dies from the injuries in doylestown jim melwert kyw newsradio hundreds of americans remain trapped in haiti where violent protests are updating in the country's capital over a hike in fuel prices among those trapped are dozens of missionaries from michigan over forty missionaries for metro detroit are now sheltering in place chris barnett is the leader of the group he says they joined hundreds of americans that are secure location outside the capital portauprince i think there's roughly three hundred and fifty people total at this compound now we're all together probably at least fifty percent of them are high school age i don't think we're gonna do anything without the us government telling us that it's as barnett says their primary goal is to reach the airport and leave the country although protesters of blocked the roadways with trees and boulders michael cohen for cbs news detroit the trump administration is missing a court deadline to reunite children under five and their parents who were separated at the border the aclu says the trump administration says there are one hundred two children under five being detained and it will likely be able to reunite roughly a bit more than half with their parents by the deadline but no more the government filed papers on friday asking the judge to give it more time and heard argument it's over the issue part of the problem is the time it takes for the dna results so the government reunites the right kids with the right parents the judge granted the extension but once on tuesdays deadline list of families that will be reunited jim roope los angeles colorful makeover coming to philadelphia's fifth street tunnels to explain his kyw shower day howard the mural connects you with the nature that was here before the bridge was even here they're building connections through time said local artists brad carney and melissa mundell winners of the fifth street mural contest and are hoping to have their fifth street pedestrian tunnel mural completed by fall of this year the dedication should be sometime in october for mural arts month crossing my fingers kearney says the murals are meant to artistically tell the story of the bridges the people who built them and the communities they serve these are maintenance workers here looking over the bridge taking care of it and some subtle nods is there's to alcan's ones on the light there's one flying they live on the benjamin franklin bridge carney has been chosen to complete another high profile mural to be announced later this summer charity howard kyw newsradio.

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"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"For kyw newsradio right now it is seventy five degrees and we have a clear sky in spring garden going down to six the full five day forecast is coming up in just a few moments bucks county man pleads no contest to the aggravated assault of his wife who suffered severe brain damage after falling from his pickup truck what happened on lincoln highway last summer kyw's suburban bureau chief jim melwert what the update according to prosecutors thirtythreeyearold andrew ryan told police his wife robin ryan was bickering about money after they left the bar around five thirty on july twenty four th last year several witnesses say they saw ryan's pickup truck swerve at a high rate of speed and a female fall from the passenger door lending headfirst the pavement she was then run over by the landscaping trailer attached to the truck ryan entered a no contest plea not admitting guilt but conceding he would likely be convicted at trial robin ryan remains in the vegetative state and is not expected to recover from injuries including severe traumatic brain injury a broken leg and shoulder blade sentencings plan for september prosecutors reserve the right to file homicide charges if she dies from the injuries in doylestown jim melwert kyw newsradio hundreds of americans remain trapped in haiti where violent protests are erupting in the country's capital over a hike in fuel prices among those trapped are dozens of missionaries from michigan over forty missionaries for metro detroit are now sheltering in place chris barnett is the leader of the group he says the joined hundreds of americans that a secure location outside the capital portauprince i think there's roughly three hundred and fifty people total at this compound now we're all together probably at least fifty percent of them are high school age i don't think we're going to do anything without the us government telling us that it's safe for net says their primary goal is to reach the airport and leave the country although protesters of blocked the roadways with trees and boulders michael cohen for cbs news detroit the trump administration is missing a court deadline to reunite children under five and their parents who were separated at the border the aclu says the trump administration says there are one hundred two children under five being detained and it will likely be able to reunite roughly a bit more than half with their parents by the deadline but no more the government filed papers on friday asking the judge to give it more time and heard arguments over the issue part of the problem is the time it takes for the dna results so the government reunites the right kids with the right parents the judge granted the extension the once on tuesdays deadline a list of families that will be reunited jim roope los angeles a colorful makeover coming to philadelphia's fifth street tunnels to explain his kyw sharon day howard the mural connects you with the nature that was here before the bridge was even here they're building connections through time said local artists brad carney melissa mundell winners of the fifth street mural contest and are hoping to have their fifth street pedestrian tunnel mural completed by fall of this year the dedication should be sometime in october for mural arts month crossing my fingers kearney says the murals are meant to artistically tell the story of the bridges the people who built them and the communities they serve these are maintenance workers here looking over the bridge taking care of it and some subtle nods is there's two falcons ones on the light and there's one flying they live on the benjamin franklin bridge carney has been chosen to complete another high profile mural to be announced later this summer charity howard kyw newsradio kyw news time is.

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"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"For this kind of restrictions apply right now it is seventy five degrees and we have a clear sky in spring garden going down to sixty the full five day forecast is coming up in just a few moments bucks county man pleads no contest to the aggravated assault of his wife who suffered severe brain damage after falling from his pickup truck what happened on the lincoln highway last summer kyw suburban bureau chief jim melwert with the update according to prosecutors thirtythreeyearold andrew ryan told police his wife robin ryan was bickering about money after they left the bar run five thirty on july twenty four last year several witnesses say they saw ryan's pickup trucks swerve at a high rate of speed and a female fall from the passenger door lending headfirst on the pavement she was then run over by the landscaping trailer attached to the truck ryan entered a no contest plea not admitting guilt but conceding he would likely be convicted at trial robin ryan remains in the vegetative state and is not expected to recover from injuries including severe traumatic brain injury a broken leg and shoulder blade sentencings planned for september prosecutors reserve the right to file homicide charges if she dies from the injuries in doylestown jim melwert kyw newsradio hundreds of americans remain trapped in haiti where violent protests are updating in the country's capital over a hike in fuel prices among those trapped are dozens of missionaries from michigan over forty missionaries for metro detroit are now sheltering in place chris barnett is the leader of the group he says they've joined hundreds of americans at a secure location outside the capital portauprince i think there's roughly three hundred and fifty people total out this compound now we're all together probably at least be percent of them are high school age i don't think we're going to do anything without the us government barnett says their primary goal is to reach the airport and leave the country although protesters have blocked the roadways with trees and boulders michael cohen for cbs news detroit the trump administration is missing a court deadline to reunite children under five and their parents who were separated at the border the aclu says the trump administration says there are one hundred two children under five being detained and it will likely be able to reunite roughly a bit more than half with their parents by the deadline but no more the government filed papers on friday asking the judge to give it more time and heard arguments over the issue part of the problem is the time it takes for the dna results so the government reunites the right kids with a right paris the judge granted the extension but once on tuesdays deadline a list of families that will be reunited jim roope los angeles a colorful makeover coming to philadelphia's fifth street tunnels to explain his kyw sharon day howard the mural connect yes you with the nature that was here before the bridge was even here they're building connections through time said local artists brad carney and melissa mundell winners of the fifth street mural contest and are hoping to have their fifth street pedestrian tunnel mural completed by fall of this year the dedication should be sometime in october for mural arts month crossing my fingers kearney says the murals are meant to artistically tell the story of the bridges the people who built them and the communities they serve these are maintenance workers here looking over the bridge taking care of it and some subtle nods to falcons ones on the light and there's one flying they live on the benjamin franklin bridge carney has been chosen to complete another high profile mural to be announced later this summer charity howard kyw newsradio.

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"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Right now it is seventy five degrees and we have a clear sky in spring garden going down to six the full five day forecast is coming up in just a few moments bucks county man pleads no contest to the aggravated assault of his wife who suffered severe brain damage after falling from his pickup truck what happened on the lincoln highway last summer kyw suburban bureau chief jim melwert with the update according to prosecutors thirtythreeyearold andrew ryan told police his wife robin ryan was bickering about money after they left the bar run five thirty on july twenty four last year several witnesses say they saw ryan's pickup truck swerve at a high rate of speed and a female fall from the passenger door lending headfirst on the pavement she was then run over by the landscaping trailer attached to the truck ryan entered a no contest plea not admitting guilt but conceding he would likely be convicted at trial robin ryan remains in the veterans active state and is not expected to recover from injuries including severe traumatic brain injury a broken leg and shoulder blade sensings planned for september prosecutors reserve the right to file homicide charges if she dies from the injuries in doylestown jim melwert kyw newsradio hundreds of americans remain trapped in haiti where violent protests are erupting in the country's capital over a hike in fuel prices among those trapped are dozens of missionaries from michigan over forty missionaries for metro detroit are now sheltering in place chris barnett is the leader of the group he says the joined hundreds of americans that a secure location outside the capital portauprince i think there's roughly three hundred and fifty people your total at this compound now we're all together probably at least fifty percent of them are high school age i don't think we're going to do anything without the us government barnett says their primary goal is to reach the airport and leave the country although protesters of blocked the roadways with trees and boulders michael cohen for cbs news detroit the trump administration is missing a court deadline to reunite children under five and their parents who were separated at the border the aclu says the trump administration says there are one hundred two children under five being detained and it will likely be able to reunite roughly a bit more than half with their parents by the deadline but no more the government filed papers on friday asking the judge to give it more time and heard arguments over the issue part of the problem is the time it takes for the dna results so the government reunites the right kids with the right parents the judge granted the extension but once on tuesdays deadline a list of families that will be reunited jim roope los angeles a colorful makeover coming to philidelphia's fifth street tunnels to explain his kyw sharon day howard the mural connect next you with the nature that was here before the bridge was even here they're building connections through time said local artists brad carney melissa mundell winners of the fifth street mural contest and are hoping to have their fifth street pedestrian tunnel mural completed by fall of this year the dedication should be sometime in october for mural arts month crossing my fingers kearney says the murals are meant to artistically tell the story of the bridges the people who built them and the communities they serve these are maintenance workers here looking over the bridge taking care of it and some subtle nods is there's two falcons ones on the light there's one flying they live on the benjamin franklin bridge carney has been chosen to complete another high profile mural to be announced later this summer charity howard kyw newsradio wbz news time one twenty two traffic.

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"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"It is seventy five degrees we have a clear sky in spring garden going down to sixty the full five day forecast is coming up in just a few more bucks county man pleads no contest to the aggravated assault of his wife who suffered severe brain damage after falling from his pickup truck what happened on lincoln highway last summer kyw suburban bureau chief jim melwert what the update according to prosecutors thirtythreeyearold andrew ryan told police his wife robin ryan was bickering about money after they left the bar around five thirty on july twenty four last year several witnesses say they saw ryan's pickup truck swerve at a high rate of speed and a female fall from the passenger door lending headfirst on the pavement she was then run over by the landscaping trailer attached to the truck ryan entered a no contest plea not admitting guilt but conceding he would likely be convicted at trial robin ryan remains in the veterinary upstate and is not expected to recover from injuries including severe traumatic brain injury a broken leg and shoulder blade sentencings plan for september prosecutors reserve the right to file homicide charges if she dies from the injuries in doylestown jim melwert kyw newsradio hundreds of americans remain trapped in haiti where violent protests are erupting in the country's capital over a hike in fuel prices among those trapped are dozens of missionaries from michigan over forty missionaries for metro detroit are now sheltering in place chris barnett is the leader of the group he says the joined hundreds of americans at a secure location outside the capital portauprince there's roughly three hundred and fifty people here total at this compound now we're all together probably at least fifty percent of them are high school age i don't think we're going to do anything without the us government barnett says their primary goal is to reach the airport and leave the country although protesters of blocked the roadways with trees and boulders michael cohen for cbs news detroit the trump administration is missing a court deadline to reunite children under five and their parents who were separated at the border the aclu says the trump administration says there are one hundred two children under five being detained and it will likely be able to reunite roughly a bit more than half with their parents by the deadline but no more the government filed papers on friday asking the judge to give it more time and heard arguments over the issue part of the problem is the time it takes for the dna results so the government reunites the right kids with the right parents the judge granted the extension but once on tuesdays deadline a list of families that will be reunited jim roope los angeles a colorful makeover coming to philadelphia's fifth street tunnels to explain his kyw sharon howard the mural connect next you with the nature that was here before the bridge was even here they're building connections through time said local artists brad carney melissa mundell winners of the fifth street mural contest and are hoping to have their fifth street pedestrian tunnel mural completed by fall of this year the dedication should be sometime in october for mural arts month crossing my fingers kearney says the murals are meant to artistically tell the story of the bridges the people who built them and the communities they serve these are maintenance workers here looking over the bridge taking care of it and some subtle nods is to falcons ones on the light and has one flying they live on the benjamin franklin bridge carney has been chosen to complete another high profile mural it'd be announced later this summer charity howard kyw newsradio news time is twelve twenty two it's time for traffic and transit on the twos at this hour on the schuylkill expressway we have right lane construction in both directions between six seventy six and south street until the morning hours suggest use caution through both of those work patterns in northeast philadelphia ninety five northbound between academy and st road two right lanes are still taking off but in our mealey's furniture jam cams we're really not seeing any kind of the lay now in new jersey forty two to ninety five and fifty five seventy seventy three looks pretty good at this hour area bridges are moving along without any kind of delay as well the burlington bristol bridge construction did not happen tonight so we'll take that we did have some heavy delays last week due to that construction zone mass transit on or close to schedule from the trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center remember banking is better banking our next update.

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"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Actually being said it we won't well it all oh we're yet georgia go part of the problem he says is that there's no regulation of pipelines within pennsylvania and efforts to change that are routinely blocked by natural gas lobbyist officials did not respond to our calls for comment david madden kyw newsradio and plans are in the works for a complete repaving of the benjamin franklin bridge details on that use gave by w's mike denardo the last time the ben franklin bridge was repave twice in two thousand four says the rpa ceo john hansen that surfacing is reaching the end of its useful life as evidenced by potholes routes and even some sliding as it fails to adhere to the decks surface hanson says not only will the entire surface be repaved what the underlying finger joints and expansion joints also we'll be replaced in the thirty million dollar project the work isn't expected to begin until the spring of two thousand nineteen in italy last for two years anson says there will not be a total bridge shut down it's likely to worth three lanes will be closed during offpeak hours mike denardo kyw newsradio w timed one fifty two time now for traffic and transit on the tubes well we have this is coming into the traffic center seventy six westbound past the tools to exit all lanes are currently blocked due to an accident once again all lanes on seventy six past to a two are blocked our producer malcolm point dexter is looking into this accident but will keep you you're posted on it otherwise overnight construction is closing six 76 heading of both eastbound into westbound between the schuylkill and broaden until five in the morning we also have some roadwork overnight from the blue route four seventy six up to gulf mills cruiser in the left lane it's fine this morning on the schuylkill heading westbound brunei southbound the left lane all the way to monaco county line we have some road work in the right lane until five westbound ford 22 between first avenue in 2003 the left lane is taken out for road work in new jersey route seventy eased in cherry hill construction between king's iway 295 it's in the right lane masstransit running on a close to schedule next update in less than ten minutes from the trumark financial credit union 24 hour traffic center i'm knr auto i'm cbs three meteorologist lauren casey an excessive.

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"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

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"benjamin franklin bridge" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Our calls for comment david madden kyw newsradio and plans are in the works for a complete repaving of the benjamin franklin bridge details on that use gapbae w's mike denardo the last time the ben franklin bridge was repave twice in two thousand four says the rpa ceo john hansen surfacing is reaching the end of its useful life as evidenced by potholes routes and even some sliding as it fails to adhere to the decks surface hanson says not only will the entire surface be repaved what the underlying finger joints and expansion joints also will be replaced in the thirty million dollar project the work isn't expected to begin until the spring of two thousand nineteen and it'll last for two years anson says there will not be a total bridge shut down it's likely to worth three lanes will be closed during offpeak hours mike denardo kyw newsradio kyw news time twelve fifty two time for traffic and transit on the tubes blow we have over construction closing six 76 heading both eastbound and westbound between the schuylkill and broad until 5 o'clock this morning also roadwork overnight from the blue route four seventy six up the gulf mills cruiser in the left lane until five this morning on the schuylkill heading westbound southbound ninety five between the bridge and our mingle the right lane is being occupied for roadwork also southbound on 95 between this gutter falls bridge and for thirteen we've got some construction there for you and i and heading southbound the left lane all the way to monaco county line roadwork until five rude one township line road in delaware county lean restrictions between drexel avenue at lansdowne avenue until five in.

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