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"bill bridge" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:47 min | 3 months ago

"bill bridge" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The virus alerts begin. Again. Well, hopefully our long national nightmare is over. Now. 5 19. Let's get a check of traffic here is John Dempsey before the traffic, some breaking news. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says the Trump impeachment trial will begin the week of February. 8th. This is a pair of apparently a compromise between the Republican leader Mitch McConnell and Schumer. McConnell wanted to delay it until February. Now the Trump impeachment trial will start February 8th in the United States Senate. And now let's check traffic that Eden's inbound Les Cook Road to the junction 16. 15 Kennedy inbound from O'Hare, 42 minutes outbound. It's 38 minutes, the It's an hour inbound from Thorndale 47 cleaning up after a crash inbounded to try and state outbound Ike. It's 50 out two Thorndale Stevenson in from 3 55 27 out John Stevenson 44 out to 3 55. Jam between Ashland and Harlem. Outbound at County Line Road There is an accident on the left shoulder. Dan Ryan in from 95th. 16. Outbound is a 25 minute ride all sorts of problems on the Tri state. North bound. It's jammed between the Reagan in the Eisenhower and then North bound on the vents and Bill Bridge. There's a crash blocking the left lane and then North bound approaching Irving. There's an accident car versus semi on the blocking the right shoulder. On the North bound tri state. And let me tell you about this on the South bound tri state at 163rd. We have a car versus semi accident on the right shoulder that is traffic from the WLS Am 8 90 Traffic center. Monday night. 67 Welcome. It's the alone I coaches show.

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"bill bridge" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:39 min | 8 months ago

"bill bridge" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The mayor and the superintendent of police, David Brown. Meanwhile, tomorrow protesters were planning to March on the Dan Ryan Expressway. They are protesting police brutality. The march will start at 47th Street at about known and proceed north. We don't know right now, exactly how many lanes Of the Dan Ryan are going to be closed. Wools news time for 32 daily zeitgeist is a podcast from the world's smartest, funniest comics and writers get you caught up on the day's news without grinding you down twice a day they discuss all you need to know without crushing your soul. Listen to the daily Zeitgeist wherever you listen to podcasts, inbound Eden's Lake Cook Road to the Junction, £24.22. Kennedy informal here, 48 out on 46. Eisenhower, inbound from Thorndale, 56. Outbound 41. Stevenson inbound from 3 55 44 with a crash at Le Grange Road, Outbound it's a 41 minute trip. Dan Ryan from 95th 16. Outbound is 23 big problems on the tristate South. I'm jammed between the fence and Bill Bridge and Ogden. Uh, there's a car fire south bound on the tristate at your North Avenue North bound tri state jammed between the Reagan end North Avenue that is traffic from the Wools Am 90 traffic center. I'm John Dempsey. 8 90 Wools News. I'm attorney. Let's say you're a Democrat, and you might be if you're willing to learn and know the truth. You come here. If you want to be lied to all day long, then you turned up CNN. It's Chris plants from 9 a.m. To this guy. Barack Obama is out there fuming that trumped out a little rock. Once.

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"bill bridge" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

09:12 min | 1 year ago

"bill bridge" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"When markets get wobbly. The federal government has got a few tools to try to study the situation. The Fed can cut interest rates which it did last week looking at that market selloff today. It's clear more needs to happen. What are other options? Because that has historically been the go-to option slash interest rates. Get people to keep investing. Let's keep this thing motoring along. Yeah so traditionally cutting interest rates is is a is go to move for stabilizing the economy. The another classic tactic is to do some stimulus. Spending right let's Go Go build a bridge. Go fix a road the challenge here is that a lot of the traditional tools that the government uses to steady the economy in the event of recession or downturn or when things just look shaky Might not work the way. They typically do might not work as well as usual here. What do you mean by that? So at and this is one of the things that's been kind of underpinning a lot of people's fears about the pandemic is that you know you can try to lower interest rates and try to get companies to borrow an invest more. You do some public works. Hire a bunch of workers to fix Bill Bridge Rehab some schools. None of that really fixes the core problem. Which or the core problems I should say. Which is you have a virus. That is keeping people at home because they are afraid to get sick right like they have to stay quarantined. It's not like they. You know they. A lot of people are not going to spend not because they don't have money but because they can't they can't go out. They can't live their normal lives Things have to be cancelled. Disneyland has to has to shut its doors. They can't go on vacation where they were nearly would because the you know the occasion destination isn't open And so you know again there are it just. It means that some of the tools that would be very effective when people are reeling from housing bust. are not necessarily going to be as effective when you're trying to deal with a pandemic that doesn't mean you can't help the situation by putting money in people's pockets But you're maybe treading water. It's it's just that in the end. There's you know you can't necessarily get at the core problem you just. You can't stimulate your way out of the core problem. It's not a purely economic issue. In the end it is a public health. Issue the government's response to this pandemic it's been messy with testing for the virus delayed. Congress did move to free up billions of dollars for a medical response last week but economic response seems to be coming together only now. Initially the White House seemed like it just wanted to rely on the Fed that it was it just wanted the Fed cut interest rates and that was the extent of what it was interested in. Some people on the hill are talking about tax relief Which seems a little bit unless you're actually putting money directly into people's pockets like cash immediately tax relief does not seem like the best way to go about it especially since some people are are just not going to be earning money. Part of the problem here is that. Republicans have traditionally been skeptical about The effect of direct fiscal stimulus. Right like dating back to the Obama Administration even though they're willing to run deficits and they have been during the the the trump administration they they still seems. Just like. Don't trust the idea of of Government stimulus because it suggests a big government might work and so I I think that's that's part of the big question. Mark here is how is a Republican administration and a half Republican Congress. Going to go about trying to right the economy when it's on the verge of being or keep the economy upright when it's on the verge of being toppled at a press conference last night. The president talked about the kind of stimulus. He wants to invest in just a payroll tax cut for businesses support for the airline and cruise industry and money for paid sick leave for workers who get the virus. Then trump talked about what a good job is administration has done so far. This was something that we were thrown into. And we're GONNA handle it and we have been handling it very well. The big decision was early when we shut down our borders with the first ones ever to do that. We've never done that in our country before looking at the president's response to the market crash today it the main response seems to be to just try to calm. People down like one of his tweets was so thirty seven. Thousand Americans died from the common flu which is obviously way more than we we know have died from this corona virus. And he ends with think about that. I mean one of our colleagues looked at these tweets and set in slack. I don't think the president understands that. From the market's perspective. He is the problem. Do you agree with that? I mean that's that's certainly part of it in a way this is. This is a throwback to two thousand eight when Lehman collapsed. Right you know. The president was kind of coming out to make his his announcement about or like what the plan was I. I was an intern at the Washington Post. And we. We all gathered around the TV and this one reporter went over. It's like the Bloomberg terminal that we had to to watch how the market would react and literally as George Bush opened his mouth. The market just started falling right like it was just like it was like. Oh yeah this is our president. You Know Oh God. What are we going to do here? We're back to that. There is the man in the Oval Office is not in charge and his his occasional attempts to downplay the severity. This almost certainly going to make things worse rather than better Is that a trump problem or something else. I mean you said it happened with George W Bush so just want to tease it out a little bit of a problem. When you have a guy in the Oval Office who people don't think he's competent right like that's the bottom line is like when a crisis hits you want someone in charge who people believe is competent in two thousand eight. It ended up that the response to the financial crisis was conducted almost entirely by Hank Paulson the treasury secretary then Banenky You know the chair of the Federal Reserve Tim. Geithner was involved. He was at the New York Fed. Then it was up to them to save the world. It's a little bit like we're back in that situation now whereas instead of George W Bush who is at least trying to say the right things where he could we have donald trump. Who's just not even remotely attempting to do what people expect of him instead. It's it's the the responsibility is not just devolved down to the vice president and the rest of the administration. They're actually fighting. You know they're actually at all it's the guy at the top. It's not a. It's not a good leadership. Setup literally went down trump says nothing to worry about the end of the CD says. Is there something to worry about? Donald Trump says. Oh we've got all if you if you WANNA test. You can have a test and Mike Pence has to go in front of cameras and say well actually. We don't anticipate we're going to have enough tests. Initially you know it's it's really stark is their way to right the ship. I mean yeah I mean maybe maybe Donald Trump's openness to just spending money to fix the problem. We'll we'll help you know. He doesn't really care much about deficits. I don't think he has some ideological attachment to how you stimulate. The economy just wants economy fixed. So maybe that will actually aid things a bit since he doesn't have firm ideas about in a big government or whatnot. Maybe this maybe Mike Pence will pull rabbit out of his hat and somehow managed to start You know containing this the this outbreak. I don't have a lot of faith in that. But maybe it'll happen. There are possibilities You know I again. I'm not I'm not confident but something could go right. It was a Jordan Weisman plan. What would it be? I mean okay. Purely on the economic end one one idea I have kicked around. And this isn't a really firm one but would-be just to allow people to claim unemployment insurance for instance for time that their business was shut down or that They couldn't go to work because they were in quarantine even if they even if they weren't technically fired. I mean another thing would just be to guarantee paid sick leave but You know you'd also need to support businesses a little bit there too. I think We'll say though is we have automatic stabilisers. We have programs like food stamps and unemployment that are meant to kick in when the economy gets worse and that sort of a version of putting money in people's pockets right. That's that's what you're actively doing and so one one response here might be to just kind of doubled down on those programs so yeah I think I kind of lean on automatic stabilisers. I would try to figure out a way to to get money automatically directly into people's.

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"bill bridge" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"bill bridge" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Rewind which runs Saint Pierre sponsored by hair as senior care services the Middletown woman's death after crash into a toll plaza on the Newport bill bridge on Sunday what island state police reporting they indicate that the victim was merry Clark seventy two years old the crash which is being investigated reportedly happened at about twelve thirty PM on Sunday of course it was a big headache on the pill bridge to on Friday according to the Newport Daily News a hole in the pill bridge caused huge traffic back up fifty year old concrete deck on the Newport Pell bridge shows again and again that it needs to be fully replaced sometimes posing a major inconvenience for motorists pro Joe saying the extent of the inconvenience on Friday morning during the rush hour into Newport was weights install traffic of up to one hour and twenty minutes vehicles were backed up across the Jamestown bridge if you were stuck on it you don't need to be reminded about it the most recent indication of the decks age came Thursday afternoon when maintenance workers on the bridge discovered an eight inch diameter diameter spall they call it in the east bound passing lane that you could look through and see the water far below sure chunk of concrete broken off the deck causing the hole and that caused major major backups big headaches police have identified the suspect in the deaths deadly westerly shooting as we hear from Britney Schaefer from Eyewitness News at Avenue residents heard the moment Vincent Sebastian was shot and killed Saturday afternoon I heard a shot during the day and what I did is I just looked out the one I didn't see anything and then and within a half.

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"bill bridge" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:35 min | 1 year ago

"bill bridge" Discussed on KGO 810

"Five the podcast bills conversations with his colleagues. And Bill also has a column at Forbes which has say provocative question here on the night that the president of the United States, Mr. Trump launches his reelection campaign in Florida bills, provocative question. Where were you for years ago, like me, probably discounting, Trump, I confess Bill when the president now president, then candidate? Well, then proto candidate Donald Trump came down the escalator at Trump Tower. I thought, what is this? He's not a politician, not quite understanding the lesson that, that's exactly what the American people wanted to so guilty. Then not guilty. Now. However, Bill are people one more time discounting. The president is the Republican party continuing its discount of the president. Good evening to you. Good evening, John. I don't know about the GOP discount to Kim. I mean, they are they're wedded. Donald Trump for better for worse to this election. It's really the media continue just count him just as we speak. Trump is wrapping up his campaign, and outspend Orlando. And I've been watching tweets reporters it's just been kind of endless criticism of what Trump has not said so far criticism, though the backdrop criticism health million. This all sounds the John that, you know, four years after the man, I came down that escalator and jumped into the race you get to the media, just don't take him seriously. They do not take him seriously. Or Bill is because the media the major media, the ones we're talking about all come from the same classroom. Are we caught out here Bill with the presumption of what you should say? And what the president should say. In other words, the class prejudice against everybody else who doesn't spend their time worrying about media headlines or criticizing CNN. Is that a problem Bill? The problem, I think the media, but just be very careful here, say the media, who followed Donald Trump, this rather exclusive branch of the media, the political media America, John. They have an idea of what the president is state, surveying. It's Barack Obama or John Kennedy or someone crafting, the photo mind, Aaron Sorkin, and that's not Donald Trump. The Orlando Sentinel. John did something rather amazing today. Hard-pressed remember this happening another election. It came up today with a non endorsement of Trump's. They did not endorse any democrat when it gets it said, what happened this election. They will not be endorsing, Donald Trump limits. Quickly reach a couple months of why they didn't mention any policy accomplishment, or lack of accomplishment, Trump's term, John. Here's their rationale. They wrote, quote enough of the chaos, the division, the schoolyard insults, self-aggrandizement the corruption, especially the lies so many lives from white lies to opera told out of ignorance, laziness, recklessness, expediency opportunity, Trump's capacity flooding as a price here, though, the frequency is if the tolerance so in Americans have Ford, this suggests that the media really driven more so by Donald Trump's personality than by most anything, he's proposes president in that regard John as much as twenty sixteen election was polarizing Hillary Clinton. Donald Trump being in the most polarizing candidates ever put on a debate stage. I think twenty twenty maybe even more personality driven in this being referendum on. Trump's behavior what you're reminding Bill. Is that word deplorable? I never understood it. But I've watched it for four years. And it sounded to me from the editor you read that the, the, the class, the media class of twenty sixteen is back under lining, that, if you support President Trump deplorable, they're making the same mistake. They made in sixteen thinking that those of us who don't buy our ink by the barrel, or spend our time in a makeup room are less worthy of being listened to or have less or less. Meaning our votes less meaningful. Yeah, that's a good point. John, watch us rally tonight. There there's a difference between then and del back in twenty fifteen kickoff to Trump Tower. And this was very much a campaign that was wrapped in a persona of Donald Trump, the larger than life spectacle, that he is. So Trump Tower make sense. He is now in a politician on these doing Orlando, Florida because he needs us both. Along the I four quarter to get reelected. But John, if you listen to the message tonight, he still tapping into the deplorable sentiment. He's making very clear that I speak for you the forgotten man and forget, what the Democrats have to say about, you forget about the fake news report at the press in the back. He's trying to connect with them in large sense, saying that I relate to you Americans who are overlooked, not taken seriously are tired of political correctness tired of the political ruling class. So in very much he's tried to repeat the same thing that worked for him to twenty. Well, it's Bill. It has value being accurate. I was I feel so guilty is that I was educated. And you were to be them. We were educated to be the ones looking down, our noses at people who vote for Trump or defend Trump. And when you turn to the results of the Trump administration is textbook, Republican President, Bill. I mean, I don't wanna make too much of that because textbook and sounds like something that should be avoided, but in any event, all of the decisions that I've seen the major decisions for the first two and a half years, look very much like a Republican anywhere. No, I think you're right. But I think as we go along in this election that's can be very hard for the press. And the democratic rival wherever that turns out to be not try to make those a referendum on Trump's personality in doing so I think they're making a mistake. Clinton tried this twenty sixteen. It didn't work, and I think, again, if you try to make it a referendum on his personality. John Trump does tap into the metro electorate ways Democrats sort of media just to understand list speech tonight, it's pretty clear that he still has finger on the pulse, del that said the election is still a long time. Democratic. It's going to be, but Trump tonight, let's turn to the democratic nominee. We don't know who's going to be okay. The debate stage. We've now have the draw. This reminds me of draws that I've been through in my life. The draft lottery was the first one in any event. It's fate. Liz Warren will be on the stage the first night by herself as a candidate from the now I hear, according to the Iowa polling the demoing appalling, she at Eliza Elizabeth Warren. The Senator from. Bernie sanders. The Senator from Vermont, and a Joe Biden, the vice president, and I believe, Mr. Buddha, was also is also in the first year, they set the mayor from Indiana, however, she's gonna be by yourself. It strikes me Bill that the person who goes first in a debate always has an advantage. Does she have an advantage here? Yes. Vantage that I think she should tell her over that field. I should do very well in that there's a problem with the democratic debates, John, there really to matchups, you want to see in this group of twenty Democrats qualify for this, and that's the other listening towards versus Joe Biden, because they are you. Okay. You're logically opposite lot of ways and they just don't like each other. So it's good theater matchup would be Elizabeth. Warren versus Bernie Sanders, because those are the people are really kind of banging, the socialist gung leftist. And you think one of those two would probably be the toughest batch died in the primaries. And so the tonight's debates we're not going to get those matchups inside the public's been cut ripped off that regard. However, Elizabeth Warren is a candidate. I observe that she has some kind of momentum to move from the second tier to the first year. Who is she moving against Bill who is losing points to her? Even though he's kind of locked in rather, solidly at that, that second spot the last require politics average, I think eighteen percent he is not gaining is trailed off. So he has suffered here. I'd say Kumble Harrison suffered as well. That's also a Buddha judge effect as well. But it's really Bernie and that it's a warrant who's really kind of your pushing this, this does angry. Socialist populist, was the hardest inside the party, Bernie Sanders familiar he ran strongly in sixteen. Is he too familiar to be exciting to the democratic primary voters, nothing new here? Whereas Lismore and brings. Well, what's new is? We've never had a female president. What's new also is that she's very good on the campaign, trail Buddha, cheese is clearly new new new new camera Harris's new, but Bernie lacks newness so does so does Biden, by the way. He's not. No. Exactly a Biden's a safe alternative return to normal TC calls. Yeah. Bernie. That he wasn't twenty sixteen. This is a problem for his campaign. He's been doing this John. Well, he's been running pretty much stops that last election, edit. So he's been at the part of five plus years. And it's a little hard to hear. It'd be very seem to see him on the stage. Now, does draw the match up with Biden, so he can, if there, he take the, the social spirit of Biden, and try to gut into few will, but burn is not a very good debater. We saw against Hillary. Pass on ways to attack in the debate just bad tactics. If he well, so, yeah, I think pretty suffers from large purchase because he's just not novel anymore is also four years older, and you know what John done a kid in nineteen Ninety-six. I recall this moment, when, when Senator Dole made a speech about how he was going to be a bridge to the past who is talking about returning to a deep virtuous American values out of Kansas. The Clinton reelection campaign use that metaphor to talk about a Bob Dole being a road to the past his he's not the future. I'm puzzling, if that's going to happen to the vice President Bill bridge to the past, and people will go. No, we've been there. Let's try something new. Maybe a different Bob Dole. Problem Bob Dole. A great man. Still has God bless them. But Bob Dole said something really fortunate nineteen ninety six told Republican audience. I'll be Ronald Reagan. That's who you want me to be. Not Ronald Reagan. But he was saying, I'll try on Reagan's ideological Brown suits that, if that suits, you and I think that's the Biden, prominent nut show here he has to be. To try to run Brock Obama's wing, but he's got to come out on positions of this known like climate change, like healthcare, like immigration, really, what democrat he is. And, and it's going to try to be Joe Biden won over Brock Obama two oh. Or some sort of hybrid between Bill Whelan. He is era forty fives hosts at the Hoover Institution. I recommend the podcast. I'm John bachelor..

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"bill bridge" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"bill bridge" Discussed on WLAC

"The way, no mention of the border wall in that prayer. And the reason obviously is because young Mr. Jones, obviously had a a line. He wanted to deliver about the border wall. And so he just had to make up. What was in the per? If you want to weigh in on on that prayer. Our number is six one five seven three seven W L A C. I think we have a caller on the line right now. Go ahead. You're on the air. Hello. This is Richard. I'll just wanted to say that I'm I'm actually Kentucky LSU guys every morning. Thank you for. What you do? Your welcome. Thank you for calling. I'm faster. And also an over the road truck driver unless and here's what I got do things mo- annuals. We've got the the conservative ones that we have. We got to let them know to watch what they are doing and be very careful in this day and time because the democrat millennials are meshing theirselves up because later on whenever they want to run for office. They're going to have all these criminal background backgrounds. They're not going to be able to make it. Another thing is with with the walls. And and this. Gotti serves spills bridges, not walls. Well, let me tell you something found in the bible where God Bill bridges. I don't find it. Lately. It seems like everything we use everyday is getting an upgrade from the bed. We sleep in to the razor we use when we wake up, but we've neglected one of the more impulsive products in a daily routine that old worn out toothbrush..

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"bill bridge" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

10:37 min | 2 years ago

"bill bridge" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Did that last quality? I think he just was like super stoked just to hear make a joke. It was so bad. Do you think that's how it really laps though? Nothing would surprise. You was quiet. He's as me. I I was giving me a call because I know that lasted review the host of LA Lakers podcast straight shot down the chance that they could have a championship with LeBron James and. Last motley Crue the he had in Cleveland. I don't get. I've actually Beebe said I think that when you've got LeBron roster even though I don't like a lot of the history and the personalities of the Lakers like even with draft choice Mel Wagner, and with some of the other guys if they're coached up, I think they're dynamic team. And I mean, I think at least make a threat, but I just want to get your take on that Bill bridge as David I I would love for the Lakers to be a contender. But I'm not sure I'm buying. But I am buying. The fact we have a great gas right here. Cameron Jordan Norlin saints all pro defensive lineman graciously making some time for us here on the show camera. What's going on, man? Thank you for. Thanks for joining us. No doubt presented have me on. I mean. Been a great weekend. And you know, as you continue offer this week. I'm hoping nothing, but good things are huge a huge and exciting game for you guys. Walk us through what it's like when you come out on the right end of that kind of a nail biter. You know, again, you come out of OT with an individual opponent like individual rival like Atlanta, the city loves it. You know, you know, Goodwill Games, the city's and talk so much trash, you know, about Atlanta. It really just a ride off it feel that energy for the future. Children play him again in thanksgiving. I believe it's gonna add more fuel to the fire. So I know this, you know, the Knicks play and we're gonna have to come correctly. Darren Jordan here on the show camera and one of the big topics in the NFL season. And we spent a lot of time here on the show talking about it is this notion of what is or is not or what should or should not be roughing the passer in the NFL. Obviously clay Matthews is experienced the wrong side of this line three weeks in a row, but it's been all over the league. What's your perspective on on this new rule and how it should be implemented? I have no idea. I mean, there's gotta be it's gotta be a revision or clarity put onto this rule. You know, just bringing up the idea like clay Matthews three three roughly passage, you know, two weeks ago. My guy David on your mater, had two of them. And at some point you have to you have to throw into the idea that you know, quarterbacks are grown men as well. The NFL is a violent sport. And that's what it's supposed to be talking about sacking a quarterback. This is something that is inevitable. So we're we're putting so much emphasis on the protection of quarterbacks is sort of taken away from us as defenders. I'd like to say, you know, you referenced Mike Daniels when he had Kirk cousins wrapped up, and then let them go. I mean, that's the pivotal play. You talk about now. Even if you bring in the William Hayes situation, that's a that's a scary thought to think that you're Spokane so much on protecting the quarterback you land wrong and hurt yourself. Yeah. I mean, we get the league is clearly making it. Line cross. But it's something that we you know, we have to adjust or hopefully, get revived Cameron Jordan here on the show. The saints all pro defensive lineman. Not to hate on drew Brees is remarkable running skills. And it was that was a hell of a spin move. But do you think that play the outcome? Maybe is different. If those defenders feel a little more comfortable just taken that guy out right quarterback or otherwise. Yeah. I mean, if you if you try and isolate it, and and take my biased opinion out of it for sure, you know, you you say, hey, we'll corvette flushes you're allowed to many type of wave. He's not sliding that's something that you have to keep your keep in mind as well. So there's something that maybe you wouldn't have been affected. But at the same time that they're not worried about hitting the quarterback in any enemy give maybe it is Kevin Jordan here on the show. You wrote something the players Tribune that I thought struck a chord of of accuracy of truth that just it hit me is something we don't talk about enough. And that is drew Brees and what he's accomplished and that even though he's widely respected, and well, regarded he doesn't get the credit. He deserves and you said he should be up there in that greatest of all time debate with with Tom Brady. Why do you think that is the case? I mean, we talk about the king of the air. There's there's like seven or eight seasons of quarterbacks throwing five thousand yards Andrew as five of those. Think quarterback you think, you know, an accurate passer being about co completion percentage Andrews at the top of all those you think about clearly, you know, throwing the most completion drew was at the top of that, you know, every every year year in year out he performs at the highest level. So I mean, it's sort of noteworthy put himself. It's like, you know, the forever conversation. What will LeBron James versus Michael, Jordan? You know? Yeah. The way you can argue you can argue both of them, but they're both gr- degrade. It's about time. If you were talking LeBron Michael who would you go with? Well, I saw four three I didn't really see too. Yeah. I don't know. Hard, right. It's a tough one. I probably go probably go to three LeBron James. Would you go drew Brees over Tom Brady? Ooh. That's what I'm saying. I can I can argue both ways. Keren Jordan here on the show. Saints all pro defensive lineman Cameron, I had the chance really nice guy to interview drew on the television show that I do about a month ago. And you know, you guys understandably or a little guarded, right? Like, you don't wanna be too forthcoming when you're talking to the media, and when asked about his family and just balancing that with retirement and playing the game he got really loquacious was really into it. And the gist of it was I don't know what I'm gonna do. I really want spend more time with my family. I really wanna play football. I'm not sure my wife, and I talk about I'm not sure do you guys in that organization. When when you're playing with an all time great quarterback. Do you are you aware every week? We can we get out like with Brady certainly a breeze. It's an older guy and the end is certainly closer than the beginning. In terms of how long you're going to get to have this guy this great leader team with no eight years in. I mean what I first came out. He was in his thirties. And so, you know, everybody was like, oh, these days are numbered. Are they? I wouldn't know eight years in he's he's just as accurately as was when when I first got the league. I mean, you can't you know, he'd technique will never demolish the way he takes care of his body will never we'll never dissipate the his ability his routine that sit in for him to be striving at this high of a level has been so well maintained it is. It is a part of who he is. So you know, there's very few people that are gonna walk out on their own terms. Ju drew and Tom Brady are one of those people Cameron Jordan is the saints all pro defensive lineman hanging out with me Bill Ryder here on righter than you on CBS sports radio. Cameron, obviously big overtime win means you guys are two and Ron one and right in the thick of things in that NFC, south division. I know it's early but by a wide margin. Your defense is giving up the most points of any team in the NFL this year. What hasn't worked defensively so far this year? And how do you guys fix that? You know every week we we try and focus on different things. So last week we try to focus on you know, taking away number eleven we try to focus on shutting down the run. We try to focus on eliminating the explosive plays. And you say for the most part number eleven was shut down you save the most part, you know, they're run. They're runs per Carey was clearly uh abysmal. So we we handled that part, and we talk about you know. You know, those are supposed to play. That's the ones are going to get you out of these games out of these close games, you're going to look back and wish you had four or five plays back. And you know, luckily for us we two out of these last three games if you look at the first one new explosive plays clearly killed us. This is something that we have to be paid attention to as part of the front line is part of the line as something that you know, is our our challenge to get to the quarterback to Quebec. So he can't make those in pocket passes like that. We talk about you know, the second game explosive plays that happen there. Again, that's a d line. You always want to affect the quarterback to where you can't make those throws. And when you talk about Matt Ryan, and the fastest is released was as is on fire. Is he wasn't that third game? You know, I feel like we we came up when we needed to the quarterback. You know, there's some that you have to take on as myself. There's some that. I'm still in D line is some sort of wants to do as as a spearhead of our defense that we put on ourselves. Without looking at the entire defense. We sort of focused on our group and how we can affect the next game. Our camera Jordan really appreciate the time before we let you go. I know every year the challenges to win the Super Bowl that's the goal. And you guys are very talented football team, certainly in the conversation. But honestly, how much sweeter would it be to win Super Bowl fifty three knowing it's in Atlanta, the home city of your rivals? I mean, all we gotta do is went in. You know went in Atlanta twice, right? Yeah. That's it. We've already we've already knocked down one. So we just got one more. I really appreciate the time. A good luck this week this weekend against the giants. You guys are facing. Thanks so much for for being on the show. No doubt much. Appreciate for having me on. Appreciate you. Thank you so much Cameron Jordan here on the program New Orleans Saints all pro defensive lineman. It's all you gotta do. That's all a lot of the team's win in Atlanta twice. The hard part is getting to Atlanta in February eight five five two one two four CBS. If you want to join the conversation going to close out the show just a moment, we try to get some of my interview with maybe Travis Kelsey haven't done that yet had a chance to visit with the chiefs tight end earlier in the show. All that's coming up in just a moment here on righter than you with me, Bill Ryder. But first we're going to get a CBS sports radio update with Kevin Dexter..

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"bill bridge" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:37 min | 2 years ago

"bill bridge" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Did that last quality? I think he just was superstore just to hear him make a joke. It was so bad. Do you think that's how he really laugh? So. Nothing would surprise. You is quiet. He's as. I was giving you a call because I view the host of the LA Lakers podcast straight of shot down the chance that they could have LeBron James, and I mean. Recruiter. He had in Cleveland. I don't get actually said I think that when you've got LeBron roster. Even though I don't like a lot of the history and the personalities of the Lakers, like even with draft choice, no Wagner, and with some of the other guys if they're coached out, I think they're dynamic team at least make a threat, but I just want to get your take on that Bill bridge as I would love for the Lakers to be a contender. But I'm not sure I'm buying it. But I am buying. The fact we have a great gas right here. Cameron Jordan Norlin saints all pro defensive lineman graciously making some time for us here on the show camera. What's going on, man? Thank you for. Thanks for joining us. No doubt to have me on. I mean. Been a great weekend. And you know, as you continue offer this week. I'm opened up a good thing. A huge a huge and exciting game for you guys. Walk us through what it's like when you come out on the right end of that kind of a nail biter. You know, again, you come out of OT with an individual opponent like individual reliable. I can Lanta the city loves it. You know, you know, getting goodwill afternoon game, the city's gonna talk so much trash, you know, about Atlanta. Really just the ride opera feel that energy for the future until we play him again. Thanksgiving. I believe it's gonna add more fuel to the fire. So. You know, the next time we play we're going to have to come correctly. Cameron Jordan here on the show camera and one of the big topics in this NFL season. And we spent a lot of time here on the show talking about it is this notion of what is or is not or what should or should not be roughing the passer in the NFL. Obviously clay Matthews has experienced the wrong side of this line three weeks in a row, but it's been all over the league. What's your perspective on on this new rule and how it should be implemented? I have no idea. I mean, there's gotta be it's gotta be revision or clarity put onto this rule. You know, just bringing up the idea like clay Matthews, you know, three three roughly. You know, two weeks ago my David on you might have had two of them. And at some point you have to you have to throw in the idea that, you know, quarterbacks grown men as well. It's the NFL is a violent sport. And that's what it's supposed to be talking about sacking quarterback. This is something that is inevitable. So we're we're putting so much emphasis on the technical quarterback taken away from us as defenders. I'd like to say, you know, you reference Mike Daniels when he had Kirk cousins wrapped up, and then let them go. I mean, that's the pivotal play. You talk about now. Even if you bring in, you know, the William Hayes situation, that's a that's a scary thought to think that you're spoken so much on protecting the quarterback you land wrong and hurt yourself. Yeah. I mean, we get you know, the league is clearly making a big blind cross. But it's something that we we we have to adjust or hopefully, get revised Cameron Jordan here on the show. The saints all pro defensive lineman. Not to hate on drew Brees is remarkable running skills. And it was that was a hell of a spin move. But do you think that play the outcome? Maybe it's different. If those defenders feel a little more comfortable just taken that guy out right quarterback or otherwise. Yeah. I mean, if you if you isolated and shake my biased opinion out of it for sure. You know, you you say, hey, we'll flesh main type way long. He's not sliding that's something that you have to keep keep in mind as well. So this is something that maybe you wouldn't have been affected, but at the same time, they're not worried about hitting the quarterback in any fashion. Maybe it is. Kevin Jordan here on the show. You wrote something the players should be even that I thought struck a chord of of accuracy of truth that just it hit me is something we don't talk about enough. And that is drew Brees and what he's accomplished and that even though he's widely respected, and well, regarded he doesn't get the credit. He deserves and you said he should be up there in that greatest of all time debate with with Tom Brady. Why do you think that is the case? I mean, we talked about the king of the air. There's you know, there's what like seven or eight seasons over quarterbacks throwing five thousand yards Andrew as he has five of those. Think quarterback using you know, an accurate passer about co completion percentage Andrews at the top of all those you think about clearly, you know, throwing the most completion drew was at the top of that, you know, every every year year in year out he performed at the highest level. So I mean, it's it's sort of noteworthy to put himself. It's like, you know, the forever conversation. What will we LeBron James, Michael, Jordan? Yeah. The way you can argue you can argue both of them, but they're both degraded. So by the time. If you were talking LeBron Michael who would you go with? Well, I saw four three I didn't really see too. Yeah. I don't know. Hard right is a tough one. I probably go probably go to three LeBron James. Would you go drew Brees over Tom Brady? See that's what I'm saying. I can I can argue both ways. Keren Jordan here on the show. Saints all pro defensive lineman Cameron. I had the chance it really nice guy to interview drew on the television show that I do about a month ago. And you know, you guys understandably are a little guarded, right? Like, you don't want to be too forthcoming when you're talking to the media, and when asked about his family and just balancing that with retirement and playing the game he got really loquacious was really into it. And the gist of it was I don't know what I'm gonna do. I really wanna spend more time with my family. I really wanna play football. I'm not sure my wife, and I talked about I'm not sure do you guys in that organization. When when you're playing with an all time great quarterback. Do you are you aware every week? We can we get out like with Brady certainly a breeze. It's an older guy and the end is certainly closer than the beginning. In terms of how long you're going to get to have this guy. This great lead your team with no eight year. Did I mean what I came out? He was in his thirties. And so, you know, everybody was like the number two. Are they I wouldn't know eight years in is just as he was he when when I first got league. I mean, you can't technique will never demolish the way he takes care of his body will never we'll never dissipate the his ability his routine that sit in for him to be striving at this high of a level has been so well maintained it is. It is a part of who he is. So you know, there's very few people that are gonna walk out on their own terms. Ju drew and Tom Brady are one of those people Jordan is the saints all pro defensive lineman hanging out with me Bill Ryder here on righter than you on CBS sports radio. Cameron, obviously big overtime. Win mead. You guys are two and Ron one. And right in the thick of things in that NFC, south division. I know it's early but by a wide margin. Your defense is giving up the most points of any team in the NFL this year. What hasn't worked offensively so far this year, and how do you guys fix that? You know every week. We we try and focus on you know, different things. So last week, we try to focus on, you know, taking away number eleven we try to focus on shutting down the run the try to focus on eliminating the explosive plays, and you say for the most part number eleven was shut down. You say for the most part, you know, they're run. They're runs per Carey was clearly abysmal. So we handled that part, and we talk about you know. Know those are supposed to play. That's the ones that are going to get you out of these games. These close games you're gonna look back and wish you had four or five these plays back. And you know, luckily for us he won two out of these have three games. Did you look at explosive plays clearly killed us something that we have to be paid attention to as far as the front line that you know, our talents to get to the quarterback to Quebec. So he can't make those impacted passes. Like that where you talk about. You know, the second game supposed to plays it happen there again at the D line. You always want to check the quarterback to where you can't make those throws. And when you talk about Matt Ryan in this passage is released was is on fire. Is he wasn't that third game? You know, I feel like we we came up when we needed to to affect the the quarterback do some that you have to take on as myself. There's some that. I I'm still in dealing dealing sort of wants to do as as a spearhead of our defense. This is something that we put on ourselves. So without looking at the entire defense. We sort of folks on our group and how we can affect the next game. Our camera Jordan really appreciate the time before we let you go. I know every year the challenges to win the Super Bowl that's the goal. And you guys very talented football team, certainly in the conversation. But honestly, how much sweeter would it be to win fifty Fifty-three knowing it's in Atlanta, the home city of your rivals? I mean, all we gotta do is win win in Atlanta twice. Right. Yeah. That's it. We've already we've already not down one. So we just got one more. I really appreciate the time. A good luck this week this weekend against the giants. You guys are facing. Thanks so much for for being on the show. No doubt much. Appreciate for having me on. Appreciate you. Thanks so much camera Jordan here on the program New Orleans Saints all pro defensive lineman. That's all you gotta do. That's all a lot of the win in Atlanta twice. The hard part is getting to Atlanta in February eight five five two one two four CBS. If you want to join the conversation going to close out the show just a moment, we try to get some of my interview with maybe Travis Kelsey haven't done that yet had a chance to visit with the chiefs tight end earlier in the show. All that's coming up in just a moment here on righter than you with media Ryder. But first we're going to get a CBS sports radio update with Kevin Dexter..

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"bill bridge" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"bill bridge" Discussed on KOMO

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"bill bridge" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"bill bridge" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"The world needs bridges have you ever thought about what it would be like not to have any tartu imagine a civilization without bridges because they're so essential for growth and development of human society but they're not just about a safe way across the river or an obstacle they shout about connective community they reveal something about creativity our ingenuity they even hinted our identity and when bridges fail or destroyed and conflict communities struggle development stagnates people suffer even today there are over one billion people living in poor rural communities around the world that do not have safe year round access to the things that you and i take the grunted education medical care access to markets which is why wonderful organizations like just prosperity bill bridges and this kind of place this is in rwanda and they make such a difference not only those lives immediately around the bridge but the impact of these bridges is huge and they re the spreads over the whole community far far away of course bridges are being around for an awful long time the oldest one's stone because it's a very durable material i you i love to look at the development of technology to learn about what people did with the materials and tools available to them at the time so.

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"bill bridge" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"bill bridge" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"They made their relationship clear and he's made it more popular i think to be openly racist and i think it's important that we don't make trump seen this untouchable thing you know that everyone gets no one gives to be trump but trump tens of millions of people voted for him after he showed his cards for years are you are you suggesting that they're racist or they're yes the people who vote all the people who voted for donald trump okay all of the people that voted for donald trump racist brennan helgi with us does that foster a conversation about racial unity or does that just shut everything now shuts everything down what are we try to accomplish here there is no denying that there are people in this country who look down on other people because of their skin color blacks two whites whites blacks hispanics blacks whites hispanics hispanics twice it happens everywhere but is it is it something that is prevalent in our society is it overwhelmingly used is racism something that is just so rampant we can't we can't function i just reject this idea that most white people get up in the morning thinking how can i exert my privilege today i don't even think about it i just come in and i do my job i put my head down and i do my job but then you got people like this woman michaela angela davis who comes on the air and says anybody the voted for trump all of the people that voted for donald trump are racists where'd you stymied we just threw up all didn't she she just i mean there are so fond of saying with bill bridges not walls she just put a wall between anybody who had the temerity to vote for donald trump and anybody else if you did that you're a racist is that where our conversation is now that's that's where we are in twenty eighteen america cnn had this little graphic up said race in america it's a discussion about race and then they have somebody who comes on and says everybody voted for donald trump all of them a racist.

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"bill bridge" Discussed on In Our Time

In Our Time

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"bill bridge" Discussed on In Our Time

"I i mean my best quote is britannia tubular bridge the britannic bill bridge with the most risky the most dangerous the most terrifying projects that anybody did and it involved who lot of new techniques including hell hell we're going to put in place when murky what that can shut the navigation channels and say they were floated into place on pontoons and checked up and robert stevenson is terrified of the flushing is terrified of the whole thing and he is recorded by the painter who painted them all up on the bridge as being too outward seeming as carmen immobilizes iron structure but it is but as his nerve tension increased with the suspense attending the carrying out of the complex movements of flushing the tubes in volunteers with seeing to be trickling down his face they were under tremendous s they had the whole of society on the they had the whole of the expectations for society writing on nationals and robert stevenson more than any of them and it showed an employee i'm really i'm good that's very good question and it'll go to just about as many people listening right well this this this question about whether engineers were below the saw i think i agree with julia that by seventy by the second half of the nineteenth century engineers cruel very successfully up the social scale and yes arguably the has been something of a decline since the but i think it least in part of the explanation is the engineers of themselves to blame like they have fragmented their professional organization actually the stevenson's regret example this so by by eighteen twenty there was a professional institution institution civil engineers still very much with us and that ramp represented all sorts of engineers.

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"bill bridge" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"bill bridge" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Brockett season low points is eighty nine this year they have seventy nine with three minutes to play may get that again who knows what's going to happen in his last three minutes with a lot of subs on the floor for both teams really gave missing at three rebounded by tara clack ops not happy that goes in he might take time out pardon on a forty miss badly right of the mark on an off night for heart he's got twenty five points and eight assists but he's eight for eighteen from us next whistles going to get us to a timeout both coaches you're waiting to get their frontline guys to the batch sixteen points spurs laid aldridge at the top shoots from sixteen twenty three points fourteen rebounds lamarcus old i'm really surprised either coach one of the coaches hasn't called the timeout used to get these guys off the floor to twenty to go i just pick pocketed james harden at half court stopped the ribbon slow mo goes in slow motion tie out mike tony and the san antonio spurs fans enjoying what will be a tremendous late season win against houston the best team in the nba albeit shorthanded here this afternoon but a win none the less they need every team in the western conference respects each other but i guarantee you there's one team the other teams wouldn't have minded if they kind of faded and not played well while diamond stretch nobody wants to see san antonio playing the way they're playing right now if they can continue and bill bridge into the playoffs well as the players especially the veteran players monitoring nobly tony parker have said they're not expecting to come back even if he did come back late in the season would he be ready to play there does these are the guys we got lamarcus aldridge has become the goto guy and they work it out for mayor and dijon murray is worked into his role as well danny green we what he's done in the postseason shot say murray kyle anderson are such an excellent defensive backcourt no they don't shoot it extremely welcome the.

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"bill bridge" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

99 Percent Invisible

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"bill bridge" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

"This is ninety nine percent invisible i'm roman mars of the coast of north carolina there is a thin stretch of islands call the outer banks picture a narrow ribbon of sand that runs along the coast for two hundred miles these islands are three miles across at their widest and only two hundred yards and their narrowest and there's one part of the outer banks that used to be especially treacherous for ships it's called cape hatteras that's reporter gordon caddick of a podcast called cited the cape is known for choppy seas and strong ocean currents since the sixteenth century these waves have caused a lot of shipwrecks over a thousand according to the national park service the areas become known as the graveyard of the atlantic so many sailors were dying that in the late seventy hundreds congress authorized the construction of a giant lighthouse it would illuminate the dangerous passage and make the outer banks less deadly the lighthouse went up than a small town called buxton north carolina right near cape hatteras and the people of buxton they love this lighthouse generations of families there have helped maintain it but you know this which are grandfather did is which are great grandfather did this is danny couch he's descended from english pirates and his family goes back nine generations in north carolina today danny leads tours of the outer banks gordon win on one of those two hours last summer but we've got three meritas symbols in this fetch thumper wasps were statue of liberty number bill bridge in at thumper three the granddaddy of umberto ally though fluttering eighteen film dave on with my house bathrooms on the ride leaving the you on organized crime a.

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"bill bridge" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"bill bridge" Discussed on Around the NFL

"Got three hundred forty four yards and a touchdown for bill bridge rivers and their defense took advantage of more dejount kaiser mistakes is the chargers move into a tie for first place in the afc west with a nineteen to ten victory over yes the still winless cleveland browns mark given ellie surgeon casey swoon would it be a surprise to you if the boats don't win the afc west than we're gonna get to another team in a few minutes that's also tied for first place but at the charges made a surprise you they don't come out of this with the crown of course they were my super bowl pick all right i knew they got out to a tough start but i saw this coming down the stretch the entire way so i'm not surprised at all they do look like of the contending teams these three six and six teams in the west the one that you'd want to not deal with if you were in opposing playoff team that they've got enough their imperfect in many ways yet they've got a lot of elements to the make them a real threat it starts with their pass rush but they piled up four hundred twenty nine yards on offense and they had scoring drives against cleveland who kinda kept this cleveland's defense it's maybe it's a very greg williams type of thing where you feel like they are keeping you in a game and they're playing a little bit above their heads you got a couple of good young players but they're also giving up four hundred and fifty yards and scoring drives a twelve eleven 10 10 in seventh place so they're not and then you know we don't really need to deal with cleveland's offense at this point but when you have keen and alan play in the way that he has over the last three weeks this guy has been on fire four hundred thirty six yards 33 catches and four touchdowns over the past three games justly earns a true very average the.

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"bill bridge" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"bill bridge" Discussed on KELO

"That will go to law enforcement to hand out the needy kits from the kelocom new center i'm mark rousseau the new msn numbers talks kelo newstalk 1320 1079 whether by feet my feet there are special shoes and orthotic said tailored to the arthritic foot and the diabetic foot stop if it my feet east arrowhead parkway and across from pima states on south minnesota avenue sue false partly cloudy skies for your halloween afternoon the high temperature thirty nine not as windy as yesterday love southwest winds of five to fifteen miles per hour this evening we'll be dry but coldest temperatures fall to the low to middle 30s and and for the overnight will follow 29 chance of snow showers toward daybreak catalan left out there hd stormcenter meteorolgist scotland his wake up with the latest news in the morning served fresh daily good morning bill bridge in the morning kelo newstalk 1320 1079 that is really the most important question for the american people and that is how much of this allegation that christopher still makes and of course that he enters our true about the russian government wanted to help the trump campaign here's a newsflash candidates conduct research on their opponents and in the case of donald trump to not do that is political malpractice holy cow oh on else is well revolution sean.

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"bill bridge" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"bill bridge" Discussed on KELO

"Heaviest rain threat now has shifted off to the east are high today around 65 becoming partly cloudy northwest wind ten to fifteen overnight tonight mostly clear light northwest's flurries low forty one tomorrow mostly sunny and sixty one chance of scattered showers thursday i sixty three from the source center a catalan tv i brian carstens we don't sugarcoat things november convoluted perverted man we tallied how with these heavy traveling have in adrian be logging pursue empires interesting news talk station is likely kelo newstalk 1320 1079 seven twenty two cloudy skies fifty four walk into the greg bill bridge y'all fringes joining us this morning the white house yesterday saying now now's the time to unite following the shooting in las vegas sarah sanders said there is a time and place for political debate now's the time to unite is a country others blaming congress and in including members of congress revolting their college for not doing more to pass gun legislation and they say prevent tragedies like this when we believe that's possible for you blaming congress is these continued shooting at three three six 1320 is our number one in a richard jewell eight forty four thirty five jerry good morning thanks for waiting iran fellow hey good morning yeah just accurate westner i first of all i i don't think it off were dan i wish it was that make it they have i think there's always going to beat them on that you're going to try it out crave eager last person and they're gonna tell you think that would megan watched their and are gonna youth penn worst and the last person thought i don't think they can an although i wish that good now wish they good as well you know i was thinking yesterday about what happened in spain that person who took that members of the large vehicle ming raila dumb market hitting and killing a number of people injury and just left a path of destruction behind them his they ran a truck down into an outdoor market they timed it the busiest time of the day when it would be the most you know how you can prevent stuff like that yeah yeah exactly in i feel like a congress has been fairly ineffective in indian anything to help if he could show me awad apropos hillary that that would have a key i'd be willing.

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