21 Burst results for "Bob Lee"
"bob lee" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"God, I love sound this fan, and that leaves Dave. In the list, I guess Houston, a city I honestly don't know very well, so let's leave it in the Michael column, Los Angeles, San Francisco most def quintessential day cities, Miami though. I mean, Michael loves a mojito. That's a jerk a levels. I love Vancouver. I really do. That's one of the first cities I've been in for a very short time and I've been like, oh my God, I would love to live here, but I do need to not be greedy and leave a couple of cities for Dave out here. He can borrow that one. And that's it. I need to say again as someone that lived in D.C. for four great years. Oh, I met my wife there. Adore that place. My heart is crushed for D.C. and Baltimore. I do admire each of those cities distinct cities so much, and it should be said. Their footballing cultures are so passionate and rich. And it feels like the story of their being shafted is still to come. A few FIFA and it's gets even worse because I am coming into town July 14th, by the way. One day, not about me, but about this World Cup, just running to those cities again in my head as I talk about rod cities and daily cities, this is going to be the most insane carbon burning World Cup of the modern period. And why FIFA didn't cluster the stadia and have fans train around them invest in that light train infrastructure between Boston and all the way down to D.C. and do the same on the West Coast. And yes, the Midwest does exist. We could do it there. I mean, we know why they didn't do it. It's to do with money to do a bribe who cares about anything else right, Phil Mickelson, but I do truly think that by 2026, this scattered cross continent setup, which is going to have every fan on plane after plane after plane is going to look so deeply, deeply embarrassing and anachronistic, or at least I hope so. Not the embarrassing part, but the acronym part, but lord, still, I can't wait. We are a 157 days away from World Cup 2022, ludicrously jacked and flung to November, but the World Cup. I am dreaming of is now so real. It's within touching distance. I can taste it, roll on 2026, which I believe will be the moment the U.S. truly becomes the football crazed nation we have all dreamed about. And the amazing thing is, we have come so fast. So far, let me leave you with a moment from history when ESPN announced that the United States men had qualified for the World Cup in 1990, the first time in 40 years they were back with a words of that majestic bob Lee and true American hero. Even he admits that the achievement of qualifying again was a well kept secret. I'll be back on Monday, but I'll leave you with a word to the master, mister bob Lee. Godspeed America. Courage. And.
"bob lee" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"Would you really know about the bachelor? 7. Thank you. Well, I'll tell you what bob Lee. Once again, thanks for helping me out. I'll tell you what, I'm going to add your score up real quick here. Let's see, 21. 20 7 32 42 47. Just give me a second here, 53, 60, 67. Oh, you and your partner have a highly expansive relationship firecracker, you gain in a lot of new experiences and reaching new goals as a result. Yeah. Somebody's hotter than a gas station, hot dog. There you go. There you go. Now you can feel good about yourself. I feel good about who I married. Straight ahead in the next portion of our show, we'll point out some things bob's doing incorrectly just to balance it out. So we don't send him home feeling too good. Bob and sherry want to congratulate Los seida Archuleta and her husband. You are going to be going to beautiful Daytona shores. Thank you so much. I'm actually really strong. Sherry will be officiating the renewal of this couple's vows. You have loved your husband, David since 7th grade. That is an amazing love story. Look at the bright side you probably just adopted about a hundred new listeners to your show. We have a big family. Congratulations, and you're gonna love what we're giving away every day in the month of May. With bob and sherry, congratulations, sherri lynch named one of the most influential women in radio again this year. It's bob and sharing. You guys, I'm really excited and very grateful and a little bit nervous. I've been contacted by a gentleman in Cambodian named mister safi. And he says that I know this letter may have come to you as a surprise, but I urge you to try and read this email because I am mister safi Cambodian. It's a bold and strong open. Is he a listener? Is mister sat be listening? He says, he says, please, I urge you to try and read this email because I am mister safi. A Cambodian by nationality, I work in the audit department of a finance here in Cambodia. We had a client who came into our company and deposited some funds. Unfortunately, he died without referencing next of kin. For many years now, no one has come forward to claim the deposit funds. And the expiration blah blah blah blah blah, the fund can not be approved by a Cambodian local bank account holder or a local commodity and citizen. It can only be approved by a foreigner. And he has your same name. So mister sherry lynch passed away. And mister safi hopes that I am paying attention, he says mister sappy says you and I can equally benefit from this opportunity. I assure you that the process of securing these funds would be absolutely under the legal and legitimate laws of your country and ours. Upon my receipt of your favorable response, I will make available to you all the necessary information. Thank you with warm and friendly greetings from mister safi. So, you know, naturally, I was excited. I got kids in college. You know, I was super excited to hear that mister sherry lynch died in Cambodia and that mister safi has reached out for me and I thought, you know, maybe this is real. He's not pretending to be a Nigerian prince. You know? And then he emailed me again. And he said, sappy here, looking forward to your favorable reply. So what I liked about that is we're friends now. I don't have to call him mister safi now. He's just sappy. Right. Right. And then I scrolled a little further down, and I got an email from a non K in Thailand who has contacted me due to an inheritance that was also lost in Thailand by a person with my same name so apparently mister sherri lynch also died in Thailand. And in Cambodia, two different mister sherry lynch's. Well, the odds, you know, I think you would agree that your family seems to be the sort of people that originated in Thailand. Cambodia. Cambodia. I have to tell you, I have to tell you what else is in a nong's email because I've never seen this in any of these emails before. Friend, I have decided to relocate to your country to start a new life set up a joint business with you and stay under your care. So I guess my reputation for taking in strays has gone far too wide. It's called worldwide, yeah. So mister sappy just wants to give me some money and non is giving me the money and then wants to come live in my house and be under my care. Boy, that's a lot. That's a big ask, don't you think? You know, no matter where you go in this world, there's always somebody who's going to lie to you. Either either or covering up some crime they've done or to steal from you. Like I was reading about this guy in Louisiana. He's 22 years old. And he's a car thief. And he was out trying to steal a car. And the cops got a call that there is a man out there grabbing handles of cars and seeing if they were open. And so the cops came by and they arrested him. And they said, all right, we've been we've been watching you. You went through 22 cars. And he said, I was sleepwalking. Wow. Was he really, though? No, no, no. That was okay. That's all yeah, man. He was a thief. That's all he was doing, but he had to come up, you know? You got to come up with a lie to try to get out of it. Because my oldest bonus son still sleepwalks. Are you kidding, really? No. So far he stays, he stays in the house, yeah. I mean, he did, you know, usually they say you outgrow that, although I suppose there are plenty of people that are quite old and sleepwalk. But yeah, he stays in the house. He's still sleepwalks. I just hope that when a non comes to live under my care in my house, after giving me the money from the late mister lynch, I just hope nong's not a sleepwalker because I got pets. It's just gonna be chaos. It's already hard enough to sleep around here. You know, if I look back, not that far off, not that long ago. There actually, I think there might have been one or two mister sherry lynch's, at least they were referred to that way. Oh, but you know what? Don't they continue to draw breath? Yes. And I promise you not one of them is I'm never going to get an email from one of them, leave me money. No. It's bobbing cherry. Hey, thank you so much for listening to the bob and cherry podcast and the bob and sherry podcast we would love if you would subscribe, rate and review and share it with a friend on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, wherever you go, and thank you again for listening. You love Lala canton on Vanderpump rules. Now get to know her on give them Lala. Lala with her assistant chess. I get an interaction hangover. Voila, you're an extroverted introvert. That's like that one it is. So people would probably assume you're an extrovert because when you're out, you're social and this and that, but it takes a toll on you. It did. But that's a real thing. You get physically exhausted. My body hurt. Yeah. Give them Lala listen wherever you get your podcasts..
"bob lee" Discussed on Gun Talk
"Actually full auto. No. No, no, no, no, no, no. That's my point. You're buying into this. Assault rifle is select fire. Assault weapon is semi-automatic and they want to confuse people. So Google is lying. If they say assault weapon is full auto, that's the very point is they want people to think that our semi-automatic guns are machine guns. And the other quick thing was you mentioned in that guy about coming getting together with you and shoot some pigs. I got an old timer that's a friend of mine here in lily and Alabama. And he puts a bunch of wild pigs in the freezer. And you know what he hunts in pigs with? No. A 22 long rifle. Shoot them in the head. Shoot them right behind the ear and they're going to the freezer. Well, you know what? That'll certainly work and people have been using 22 rimfires like that for more than a century. It just works. It goes back to it's all about bullet placement. John, I appreciate the call sir. Yeah. The term assault weapon is, John just made a point for me. It's designed to confuse people. The way the gun banners use it, it describes a regular old rifle. Semi-automatic firearms has nothing to do with full auto, but they want the public to think that that's a full auto that that's a machine gun. Therefore we should ban it. And he just brought into it. He said, he said, like Google, I saw a weapon and they said, they had their definition right, they called it the machine gun a full auto. No, it's not. When you look at the laws, the bands where they say, we're going to ban so called assault weapons. They're semi autos. They're just regular old modern rifles. That's their plan. Unfortunately, it often works..
"bob lee" Discussed on Gun Talk
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"bob lee" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Future go so that jackass. I saw some of it. Obviously i'm sure he has a writer writing or maybe he writes some of the south. You know as well. I know he's talking about the milk crate thing and such very difficult for me to sit here and say yeah. He can do that too. I mean you know. Listen the guy has been around for a long time. We know how he makes his bones. I mean he's he loves to get after it and he has no problem jumping in your face. Can you turn that to a comedic way. One thing i think he'd be good at is with the different guests on having fun with the guests. You know definitely asking them some good questions as well so why not. I think you and i could do it too. I i can host a late night shy. I don't know. I feel like i saw stephen. He looked nervous. I've never seen stephen a nervous before. Because the expectation of funny i had standing there on that stage. A loaded delivering a model. I'm will get him in this evening as great as stephen is. That's are you really gotta lean on the writers and get into it and make it sound our. Imagine as naturals possible. Listen green and i were on david letterman. Eleven times as guests but flip that around and all the sudden. If you're sitting in that chair and like you said got to deliver the monologue the easiest part would be interviewing the guest because hell. We've done that. All of us have done that for a couple of decades. I mean could you imagine having just just think of a of an incredible guests you can have out there and all of a sudden you're pulling out the flash card you know and making them do math quiz with you. I mean that would be awesome late night stuff. I think it'd be cool as hell. Quick man no quick drug back creek maso it would just be getting that monologue and i would imagine for like a stephen a. or others would be like anything else reps. The more you do it you know the more company are going to feel. I would imagine that would have been the part. He felt most out of place other than you know. 'cause 'cause interviewing people hell that's all been doing that s Mikey who do you think. Who do you imagine from sports. Media would be the best as a late night. Talk show us. I know it's a tough one. I got a feeling. Bob lee would be good for supper in but the i would go. Mikey see god.
"bob lee" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"There are six teams that if you live in Iowa, you cannot watch because of black out. I hear from red fans all the times we live in places like Nashville. And Memphis and the Carolinas hours and hours away from Cincinnati that they cannot watched the Reds. The blackout rules are insane. Um what they've done to minor league teams eliminating over 40 minor league teams from their affiliations. They made it They've made baseball less accessible. And then you add. I mean, the reality is there are more ways to consume television to consume content than ever before. But the inability of major league baseball to get it if carriers to get its rights holders to Essentially go Look, We've got to be available to everybody who has YouTube TV Who has who? Who's cut the cord. The valleys app. What I pay 23 bucks a month to watch the Reds. Sure, yeah, I mean, you also get great programming like that. The World poker tour. I think there's watching during for one of the rain delays where they were. It was a volleyball match were instead of using their hands. They were using their feet. You get that? I think there's some Armenian bullfighting. This is like ESPN when they first sign now with Bob Lee and Chris Berman when he had hair and weighed about £200 less Were they doing? Like lumberjack contest and stuff like that? Because they didn't have any car races. Where the car when I was in college, that was Oh, yes. PN. Yeah, that's that's right. Right? Demolition Derby axe throwing stuff like that Competitive cornhole, which is no no disrespect to competitive Cornhole. I plan on playing some this weekend, but I don't know if I'll pay 23 bucks a month, Mohagher and you know, I got to get going here running super late, But yeah, that's the thing is In an age where everything is accessible on demand. Ready to go all the time. Major League Baseball is farthing falling further and further behind, and and then talking about how we got to attract a younger fan of the game. It is mindless. It really is Mo. Thanks again, Brother. Be well. Have a good holiday. See you later. There you go. So Scott Sloan show 700 wlw. Get ready for a divisional dogfight. And this one will be a red legs and Chicago's cubs in an NL central. Bruce, he comes up big catch the call Live from G A B p Tonight at 6 10 31 home Run for Nick.
"bob lee" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Six and 6 to 3 Thescore of last night's game Logan Web Takes up the W there. 25 men 16. They're in first place in the NL West with a huge Dodger serious. Get ready to get going on Friday night, and Oracle Park should be a really, really fun weekend. They get that Saturday evening, late afternoon game to the four o'clock start on Saturday. Dodgers got the win yesterday. 3 to 1. I was hoping our old buddy Madison Bumgarner was gonna help us out a bit. Was a little bit erratic in the ideas. It was the first game for Albert Pool halls as a Dodger. You went one for four within our beyond Whatever. Just give me the exactly pulls. By the way. Did you hear these reports that That part of the reason the Angels released him was, he said he wanted to play every day. They don't report came out yesterday. He was like I never said that. I never told the angels that looks like It's It's sort of weird pageant forward for a guy who was there for so long for the Angels to potentially have made something like that up seems seems unrealistic to me. I don't know why you need to make something up like that. We could look at his numbers and see why it was that you. You let him go if we're gonna pay him. 40/40 years old. It's been 41 years old. So anyway, I'm Madison. Bumgarner in that outing yesterday for the Diamondbacks against the Dodgers didn't leave with a A doctor. Strange guess is like a groin injury inside of your grown so Bumgarner leaves the game did the four innings, two hits, two runs, five strikeouts for walks in that game, But Walker Bueller was nails for the Dodgers yesterday, seven innings, one hit allowed to the Diamondbacks. He struck out seven in a 31 victory. Also, the Padre shut out the Rockies yesterday. Seven. Nothing behind Yu Darvish is Four hits allowed 10 stretch outs, No walks in seven innings. So these are the teams. This is the teams that are built to play 1 62. Well, the Dodgers we know are built to play 1 62. The Padres played 60 and then puff their chest out and thought they were. They were world champs. I don't need to hear from the Padres fans. That's all I'm saying. Let's get back into some of these giant stuff here. The wind yesterday Logan Web Gabe Kapler said he would like him to have him come out for the seventh inning on Bob Lee would have brought him out for the seventh. Just based on how many games we're playing in a row here, how you don't have a whole lot of trust and right handed arms out of your benefit game would have liked to go toe Tonto Logan Web here and then maybe have gone. Tonto, Caleb Barrenger, maybe Harlan Garcia just to finish off the game. Let him go out there for the eighth and said one more guy out for the ninth and close this thing out, but Logan Webb was having some shoulder soreness. Here's Gabe Kapler after the game, saying doesn't think it's too serious. We're gonna keep it on. On it, But there's a reason he wasn't out there in the seventh. He was having some shoulder soreness. So so I spoke to him with our trainers, and we thought it was best to get him out of there and get him treated so well. We'll keep evaluating him, but that that's why we took him out again. Okay, So what's the next step here? Gaby going toe. Memorize it. Is it something serious like that? Or is it just some normal wear and tear? We're going to see how he feels tomorrow. I don't. I don't feel like it's it's anything serious at this point. Obviously, things can change. But it's something that was enough for me to say that I didn't want him to go back out there and put himself at risk. Check him out tomorrow and see how he's doing. So you have a big lead in the game, right? You feel pretty confident of that. And you know it. Z You just as young hey, hasn't pitched a full season. You got to remember that some of these guys who they're still getting ramped up for a full major league season. We saw him a couple of years ago, right? We saw a boat to use them. We saw him last year pitch at times pretty decently and came out of the bullpen at times. But really, this is a guy who I think they believe can be a middle of the rotation. Maybe in the future of Frontline rotation guy. He seems like he's been locating a whole lot better. We heard tons about the change up early in the season and how great he threw that pitch and spring training, and then he got into the sea. Season. It was just getting knocked around a little bit. Wasn't finishing pitches was not getting swings and misses that they were looking for, and then he had a 10 strikeout came out of that game last week against the Rangers, and he talked about pitching with more pace right the way Alex would pitches and Buster Posey a huge part about that, where the second you throw a pinch, you turn around and you get the ball back and he stepped back upon the rubber. You get ready to go again. Put the pressure on the hitter. Don't let him feel like he's got any time up there. They get a little and see they get jumpy. You could attack the zone You can you can pound the hands in and he can go soft away, especially to let Here's what you're gonna see. A lot of is a right hander. With that changeup so more from Logan Web here, they asked him about the injury. How you feeling, Logan?.
"bob lee" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Ruin the song for you. New Jersey Chime time is 8 51 Year with Bob O'Brien, where National day calendar dot com tells us today is, of course, Exchange day, those ugly ties and things they go back. It's boxing Day in Canada. Thank you. Note day. That's a good idea. Candy cane day and whiners Day is and I didn't get my red rider BB gun. It'll put an eye out, kid. It's whiners Day. Oh, there's traffic. Let's see what it looks live. We need an extra minute or two on 70 eastbound over in the express lanes in Union a little bit busy approaching exit 50 for box all road westbound side up to speed heading over to 2 87. To 87 a great ride both up and down between 70 and the turnpike. Slow. Go on. 22 westbound over in hillside Emergency utility work taking out the right lane between Hillside Avenue and Harding. Terrorists still of that vehicle fire out there on 5 14 westbound in east Millstone. It's been extinguished, but one lane is still blocked over by Van Cleef Road. Some slowdowns on Route nine. Both up and down. Moving through Lakewood. Approaching 88. We've got that collision on the turnpike Inside Interchange, 78 and Robbinsville. One of the toll lanes is blocked as you exit for 1 95. Traffic every 15 minutes. Your next report at 903 I'm Brandy Scott, A New Jersey 11.5, New Jersey 11 25 is your news, traffic and weather. First responders count on us for up to the minute information from our award winning news team. I'm Eric Scott Topping our report this hour out on us to get you around with fast traffic. Bob Lee into the Jersey traffic North Elmira, New Jersey traffic South killed on us to keep you and your family safe with instant weather meteorologist and Zahra. Cheers. He won a 1.5 your first responders for news, traffic and weather before you drive the all new Nissan Rogue. You gotta ask yourself. How rogue are you gonna go? We're talking be one with nature and the desert Rogue. Go snowshoeing in Alaska Rogue or take the long way home. Just because kind of rogue just a question. But with five available Dr Miles, you're sure to find the answer. Go rogue in the all new fiercely reimagine 2021 Nissan Rogue. Now, with the most standard safety features in its class..
"bob lee" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"The law. Marginal legal advice, Kim. Hello, Jim. Welcome to the show. What can I do for you? Yes, Bill. Thanks for taking my call. Sure. A few weeks ago, I booked a flight to really get me and my wife booked a flight to Reno. And, of course, some covert changes. Restrictions occurred in the clothing restrictions. That changed and one thing I found it. I was told to check the site, and it says there's restrictions in returning to California. If you're even if you come from out of state even know of your resident here, But my question involved the restrictions say you have to sign this form at the you know, possibility of, if you don't you have to pay $500 fine. But it only it only relates to points of entry at L. A X then either airport and union station, which first of all doesn't make sense that because if I have to fly into Burbank, like change my flight, the Burbank I don't have to fill out this form and I don't See the consistency in in that and all right. There's okay. There's no consistency. You're right. So if I don't sign the form my still liable for a $500. Fine. I know, but they can nail you for it's here. Here's what I'm gonna suggest you do. Don't sign the form. Go ahead and get tagged for a $500. Fine. Fight it, you bastards! No one can make me fill out this form. I'll give you the name of an attorney. It'll probably be a 25 $100 or $5000 retainer. On and I'll bet you you're gonna win. Fill out the form, for God's sake. Well, I'm actually gonna change my flight to Burbank. So I don't have to bother with then you're done. But I'm just curious about that. Well, yeah, right. You're probably gonna win is probably a violation of some kind. It's probably constitutional rights being being violated. No, I understand that In the meantime Hey, it's a form to fill out and it takes you two seconds. But you know, it's an interesting question. You notice how I don't have patients. With with calls and concepts like that. I mean, it's kind of fun on a hypothetical, but these are real people. This is, uh, this is not G. What if which I don't take any way because this hypothetical it's hate. Do I fill out the form? And the answer is yeah. You fill out the form. No kidding. Mm hmm. All right, Daniel. Hello, Daniel. Hey, Bill with my uncle and his wife had well in trust put together by their royal about 30. Years ago, The document was updated, revising the every 2 to 3 years. They're both dead now. My uncle died three years ago at 87. At the time of his death. The William Trust Assets work but a little over $3 million. Okay, pretty healthy Children. He had no Children involved, and I am a trustee, the executor of their trust. The wheel of a truck. After this, we'll interested or 80 is already distributed about two years ago to specifically designated family member and churches and stuff After Bill it's sitting on a living trust account about a 1.5 million cars. There's no living trust anymore because the trust stores or dead S so it's now a dead trust. And you're the trustee Correct? Right? Yeah, but that council living living trust account. That's where it becomes a becomes a dead trust. All you do is you, uh, you throw the death certificate? There s O. That becomes easy s so it becomes a question of what the assets in the trust. What are the assets? About a 1.5 million. I understand, But what are the assets Property bank accounts? And the town's bank bank accounts you going to bake? All right, All right. That becomes easy. You go to the bank. You prove that you are the trustee. All right. They have the document on and you have a sort of a death certificate and you say dead people. You point to yourself live trustee. Point to the bank and go bank. A bank account grunt a few times, too. So they think you're Tarzan. And that will be fine. Then you'll distribute the money pursuant to the terms of the trust. I mean, there. That's a very simple thing. Are you? Are you a beneficiary? No, no, I'm not a beneficiary. Anything. I'm just the executor of this first. Okay, Well, you're not exactly the trust your trustee of the trust Your executor of the will s O. You're both probably because it's probably a roll over. So what's your question? I don't know what your question question is. Okay. The lawyer is 95 years old, and it doesn't respond to my calls. Get another lawyer and I get another lawyer. Okay. Here goes to get out of hand. Got a handle on the law and get another lawyer. Uh, wow. 95 year old lawyer is still practicing. Bob Lee doesn't know He's a lawyer, but pretty neat. I mean, there are too many 95 year olds that are out there who are still practicing. I mean, I know a couple of professional No, a dentist. I do commercials for him. Who at 86 87 87 now is still practicing full time. I mean, hey, sharp as a tack. I mean, the guy really knows his stuff. Kaffee. Hello, Cathy. Welcome to handle on the law. Thank you. Um, my daughter was rear ended last week by a 16 year old driver. Not a lot of damage is cracked her back bumper about $1700 worth of damage. Um, he gave her insurance information. He didn't even have a real driver's license. Said he just had his paper. Temporary license. Hey, gave her insurance information name address all that stuff. Now we're finding out that he is uninsured. Um, so we're not sure if she should make an uninsured motorist claim against her own insurance and they go with that maker? Yeah, No, The uninsured voters doesn't tag you. If you're making a claim on uninsured motorist, it's not an at fault accident, so that doesn't go against her insurance at all doesn't go against her record..
"bob lee" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"You from my heart radio. Given the team a bit of a break 20 twenties been a long year, so I'm sure they'll put time off to good use. I'm gonna be with you running through the top news of the day. We'll get you all set for the Thanksgiving holiday tons in fact, to get to Right now, let's get an update on the pandemic and find out where things stand across the country. Joining me is Dr Bob Lee Heat, a professor of medicine at New York Medical College and chairman of Medicine at ST Joseph University. Hospital. Doctor Lupita. Thank you so much for the time the scope of the outbreak. The numbers are pretty staggering between 150,000 almost 200,000 cases per day debts between 1000 to almost 2000 per day. And these numbers go higher or we reaching the fall peak right now. Well, Ryan, All of us are worried that these numbers are going to go higher, mainly because there is a lag as you know, and Thanksgiving is the day when everybody gets together and I've seen pictures of airports that are crowded and airplanes that are crowded. And I'm very concerned about what's gonna What this is going to produce. And so there is a bit of a lag so that we should see the pinnacle. I would imagine of these infections around or right before Christmas. And if that happens All of our hospitals are really, really at their breaking point at this point, mainly because of lack of staff, and Ah lot of staff members have gotten ill and are quarantined. And especially in the Midwest, to the far West. Things that really gotten out of hand. And, as you know, if your hospital with 50 Mile radius and you're the only player in the area You've got to manage thousands upon thousands of patients, including people who require critical care, and they're often times aren't enough people or aren't enough beds, critical care beds to handle it? I'm concerned. Is that really the biggest difference between what we're experiencing now across the country compared to what we saw in March and April And then in July and August, with those two surges one more in the Northeast in Northwest and then the second one across the sun belt, the fact that when those surges happened, We had other parts of the country where they weren't seeing massive outbreak, so we were able to send resource is to help those regions. This time. The outbreaks are happening all over, so it's much more difficult to move. Let's say personnel to help fill those gaps. Yes, we're doing our best. We're trying to get personnel out to various areas. I remember being in the Northeast when we were really strapped with four additional ICUs, which we set up. Ad hoc ICUs. We bought nurses in from Colorado and they were wonderful. They were gracious. They helped us a lot. And now we are going out West to help them because of the surge that we're seeing. However, we're seeing the beginnings of a surge here in the Northeast as well. Not as not as voracious that that's the term. It's not gobbling us up like it did back in March and April of this year, But it's stepwise increasing every day a little bit here a little bit there. And I can't explain the fact that there is such a massive surge of infection in the Midwest in the West versus the Northeast. And the and the other parts of the Northwest. I just don't understand the epidemiology of that. But someday we will. I'm sure, however, it is a concern. I'm joined by Dr Bob Lee Heat, a professor of medicine in New York Medical College and chairman of medicine at ST Joseph University Hospital. Inevitably, Thanksgiving is going to lead to some more outbreaks. Let's say the spread of the virus happened this Thursday. What would the timeline be like for when people may experience symptoms? Well, if you get infected on Thursday at your Thanksgiving dinner or whatever other event you go to. You could expect to break out with the disease anywhere 5 to 10 days afterwards. The median is about 5 to 7 days. That's when things begin to go south. You can be asymptomatic meaning have no symptoms for a period of time. And that's the dangerous time because you tend to Feel pretty good, and you could infect other people. But we we expect to see that anywhere from 5 to 10 days out of Thanksgiving that Thursday, so we're looking at the following week. And into into December. And of course, that brings us right around the next holiday, where there's gonna be another gathering of many, many people. It is disconcerting to say the least. Aside from the fact that we're in the middle of the holiday season, what else is it about this time period? That has been so concerning for infectious disease specialist? An epidemiologist for awhile Now there have been a lot of warnings about this potential surge in the fall. What is it? That leads to something like that? Why is it that the coronavirus Tends to perhaps spread a little bit differently now compared to another points during the year. Well, it's because of the change of of the weather. It's getting colder and in those areas where it is cold people tend to congregate inside and warm places without ventilation..
"bob lee" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"That Bob Bob Lee Allen. Of course, 53. Look three names like James Michael McAdoo. I feel I mean, I just got back. This guy probably had something wrong with him when he's on the lam, Jenna Deng. Somehow, some way they Saturday they had access to a scalpel, and they used them to remove the man's testicles and scrotum. I mean, it's called Operation Clean Sweep. Yes, it was at a residence, so I don't notice House party going on or whatever, but it's a town in eastern Oklahoma. He was your only assisted during the procedure. By Thomas Evans Gates You go three more names, and these Two gentlemen. I don't impunity, a gritty Because they do look exactly like the two guys I would want. If I wanted to get castrated. They would be the guys that blew out a total outpatient procedure in Oklahoma. And he traveled from Virginia. The man went looking anytime you goto, Oklahoma, where across her during history. That's not a good thing to get your junk off. But that is not a good Let's go. Do you want the west of the tackle? He was just like you know what? This has been nothing but problematic for me. I need to go in a different direction. I'm Dr. But you know what? Private took Great house. You probably wrote the dog. I'm gonna go all halfway across the country to kid somebody toe lop off the twig and Berries. Man, This is an amazing country reliving camp, So we're not even like we're not even done, You know, even halfway there yet story. He's got tired of this stuff. What can I do it like you know what I got a scalpel. I gotta leather shoe for you to bite on. You believe more so eat. There's more You may be asking yourself. What kind of website would you meet? How could you meet someone and I'm going to their website for you. Snip snip dot com dot com. No, no, it's even better and that its unique maker Oh, now is that dot com or dot dot checked out there and I think they have dot gov. Mistaking, but you have to check that out. It just says Unit maker website here. And you see, I know how to spell you, Nick. I didn't know what I was keeping you got. I didn't. I didn't. I didn't mean it like that, Eunice. He didn't work. So that was an admission that you're cutting my junk off and you don't charge May I'm gonna get some things wrong. They're like I'm gonna I'm gonna lease one Did a pro bono Yeah. Yeah, he did. A pro bono. You know, Bono is what he did. Actually, the bono state I think with performing a makeshift table Which cross which cough described as In a probable cause affidavit as a small outfield bunk out. Just go. Let's Oh, no good Lord, I'm like just reading this and Oh, Wow. The man was awake during the procedure. What? Yeah, I totally have to be knocked out. So when I got Oklahoma to get my stuff snipped up, I always get knocked out. He had an aesthetic in the Ah needed areas. Apparently, ah. And then Yeah, stayed up. We watch the Sooners. Okay, Okay, I'm going. I'm going to go after this because I'm not even done. With the story. But it said when the procedure was done, Alan he was the one performing the procedure said that he was going toe. You can't even I'll have you know if I can see this. Ah Let's put it this way. They indicated what he was going to do with the parts that he cut off. Oh, he also indicated he was a cannibal. So you go ahead. Yeah, no Oklahoma, ma'am. City claimed to have six more clients on the weapon, man. It sounds like a script for the next Harold and Kumar movie. Thank you. Oh, by the way, do not do not go to AA. The unique record dot com stone. Just save yourself the effort. But my iPad just for you went for all of us. OK, lad, I gotta tell you, this is the morning after the procedure if you want to call it that The victim Oka, thanks surprisingly enough with with a fair amount of bleeding, so he's a believer called out the Alan Who reportedly replied No e r know Morg. After finally agreed to drive a man to the hospital. You said I could drive to the hospital, but he did warn the man. He said. If you pass out or die in route Your body will be dumped in the woods. So had that going for him, Which is nice. Anybody, So that's like a standard operating procedure. If things don't go well, hit the woods for the quick drop off. Yes, Yes. Apparently, that is his M o total out. Oklahoma very end. They also noted, I guess they went, you know, arrived at the hospital where the victim was recuperating. They searched downs home and, you know, found all the narcotics and medical utensils and And all that kind of stuff Anesthesia. They also noted that a bedroom had a quote deep freezer that contained a plastic Ziploc bag with no with no Mike Mike Tyson, would it Tio know what Ziploc bags contain? No No, I can't even hear this. No frozen peas, lots and lots of frozen peas. Frank's more a sort of friend. Oh, no, no. Oh, Wow. There's a lot of man reminds. We haven't been a wiener schnitzel in awhile. Welcome to just Ah, Thanks. Mayday. Say thank you to 10 for that. 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"bob lee" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Now The presidents are very It's full of stamina. You know, he gives you the impression of being a tough, really tough guy, and I think that's great. But the steroids helped that. You know, it gave him a sense of euphoria. It creates a sense of, you know, impregnable ity and involved in invulnerability. I think that's the term I'm looking for. So I'm a little concerned about that, and I'm sure the doctors are as well. In terms of how long he could potentially be contagious for where going based off of when we believe the first positive test. Came down, which would be Thursday sometime in the afternoon or evening Thursday. We don't know when the last negative test was so it's kind of hard really pin it down, but generally speaking, let's say that Tuesday Wednesday Thursday ranges where hey first either felt symptoms got infected Whatever. How long potentially would he still be contagious for I would say around 10 days. Because if they test him, and he continues to be positive, the problem with the problem raised chain reaction is that there are viral fragments that will be picked up in that tests, and they indicate that he's positive when he really is. There are certain markers that we look at in the preliminaries. Chain reaction. Those markers were probably what they're measuring the rapid test, too, But I'm not certain of that. Those markers we look forward to see if the whole virus Is there or if they're just fragments of the virus, which will make the test positive. So I don't know right now What he where he is in that in that scheme of things. The big question has been what the lung scans look like. We don't have that information. But why would that potentially be important? That would be important to see whether there's fluid in his lungs. Whether there is some damage to the lungs, and it looks like white fluff on an X ray. And in a cat scan, you would see it as being Areas of inflammation, because, remember the virus is in the long it's on the heart. It's it's everywhere, even in the in the kidneys, and the big problem is As I mentioned earlier in the blood vessels, and our biggest concern are the long term effects for everybody about this virus, causing inflammation of the blood vessel lining. With the presence of micro clock we call the micro M. Bly and these microprocessing cause some problem, not everybody. But in a goodly number of people, particularly people over the age of 70 may have AH disadvantage. With long term effects. And then final question for you. When it comes to and you know, there's there's just so much that I know we're still learning about this virus. But this debate prep session has become a focus, especially with White House aide Stephen Miller. Having tested positive today he was part of the debate prep session. You had the president there yet Kellyanne Conway. There were Chris Christie there, But then there were some others like Rudy Giuliani, Jason Miller. They haven't tested positive yet. Hopefully they don't. How would that work where you would have maybe one or two people in a room where like everybody gets infected, but them? Well, I don't think they all got infected at that moment. The picture that I saw of the and I don't think the debate was where they got infected. I think they I saw the receiving line to Judge Barrett, where no one had a mask on there was no social distancing and everybody was talking and yakking and hugging and Shaking hands and all. And you know, I can't put a time on where they got infected and that maybe the reason maybe Rudy wasn't in the line. Maybe the people who are negative. We're not in that receiving line. It seems that the pivotal moment Or the pivotal time with all of this infectivity happen was the day of the roads Garden reception, but it wasn't outside. It was probably in the receiving line and remember Judge Barrett. It is she's been infected. She has neutralizing antibody, and it's likely to be immune to this, so we're not looking to her to give us any answers. But there might have been a super spreader in that crowd that infected a lot of people who came into contact with my Christian Chris Christie on others, So it's hard. We have to do some tracking. This is what racing is all about. You just have to find out the date the time who connected with whom? And if you look at that lawn party, the people that were up front who are likely to be in the receiving line. Those were the ones that were positive. So I'm doing a little detective work on my own, but I think it's pretty interesting. I'm sure but the tracing they'll figure it out. Dr Bob Lee Heat, a professor of medicine and New York Medical College and chairman of medicine at ST Joseph University. Hospital, Doctor Lida. Always great to talk to you. Thanks so much for giving us a few minutes this evening. Thanks, Brian. Great to be with you. Coming up in a moment. We'll wrap things up with final few minutes of P. M. Tampa Bay on this Tuesday evening. Keep their basketball is back and so is high.
"bob lee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Would was just an inflection point. I think you talk about leaving in a piano bar in play for each other and one of the things I try to get you in the article that I think it's so beautiful and important is that I do think in making community And sharing culture on I talk about a dancing. And what does it mean? When you have Bob Lee vulnerability, and by the way, you know I have funds and I'm talking about some cases. That are of young black men. But of course I'm talking about about all black young people that what does it mean? When you have that vulnerability in society nonetheless. The, uh, fully your body to find joy in your body to find joy in your community on to share the joy that goes across time and space of coming together with music. And dance. It doesn't make the horrors go away, but I see that as an insistence a refusal Should let collective life or be extinguished. Yeah, And I'm also I'm also a public school teacher in Oakland. I work at an altar that site and I have radically changed my teaching over the summer like to include dating every day. That the reason because I teach mostly black and Latino Children on dime, a light skinned person of color. I always tell them every day. The reason that we're learning this mathematical language so that we can gain powers that way Our voices are heard. Well, we we get seats at the table. And I try to, like, share that with my kid. Anjali, Thank you so much. And we'll continue with Elizabeth Alexander in a minute. Tourism has been decimated by Corona virus closures, and the impacts been especially hard felt in areas that rely on seasonal dollars, like.
How does the new coronavirus compare with the flu?
"Coronaviruses are RNA viruses they're very infectious the cousins are measles and if buyers is that cause the common cold which are also corona viruses but they're not novel corona viruses the ones that cause the common cold we've had around for years and years and when your listeners get Sniffles and you know start to cough it said Trinh and it's usually early winter or early spring this is corona virus as a rule but the novel coronavirus the corona virus of twenty nineteen is a specific mutant to which we have no immunity we've had a herd immunity from the old corona viruses that infect us and cause the common cold but we don't have any specific immunity to the new coronavirus now these viruses are very infectious so you breed on somebody and you can transmit the disease the reason you do that is because you have receptors for these viruses in your tongue the cheeks your nose your lungs and even in your heart and so when you get loaded with virus your immune system has got to fight this virus that it is never seen before so there's all kinds of new immune processes that go in which are very complicated they go into effect to try to overcome this new infection and that is primarily corona back now the which reason it's called corona viruses the covering of the virus and this is extremely small virus which can only see under the electron microscope so it's invisible to the naked eye these viruses have projections that stick out that make them look like they have a crown and that's why it's called the corona or crown virus so how does it spread and what's the life cycle like from the time of infection to win symptoms may begin to present themselves to when someone's all better yes so that's that's a good question now the problem with this virus is that you can have it and not know it when someone is exposed to somebody who's definitely infected proven infected it takes about five days at the least to show symptoms and the median time is eleven point five days so we would like to quarantine people for two weeks because we know that within two weeks you're going to show signs of the infection so that's the rule of thumb now the problem with this virus as I just said is that you can have it and not know it and about eighty percent of people that are infected with this will have something that you would consider a head cold or mildly scratchy throat and that's it nothing else and then there's twenty percent of people who may have what we in medicine call call morbidities that is either have diabetes run chemotherapy you're an alcoholic you smoke too much you have bad asthma you have COPD if you're older you have emphysema people like that that get this virus from somebody else wind up with bad kinds of rest a Tory problems lung problems and most of the deaths that occur from pneumonia and overwhelming lung infection and that's why everybody has to be checked out everybody has to be careful because we don't know who those people are that have these these glitches in their immune systems we're talking to the chairman of medicine at Saint Joseph university hospital Dr Baba heater here on I heart radio there's two other types of illnesses that a lot of people are dealing with at the moment the flu and allergies how can people tell them apart from Kobe nineteen will cover nineteen S. as Tony Fauci the head of the N. I. H. St is about ten times worse than the flu that's when you get the bad infection you'll run a high fever but you do that with the flu if you haven't been immunized you'll get muscle aches and pains you have no idea perhaps vomiting maybe some diarrhea all of these things are similar to that which you would get when you get the flu and it's extremely difficult to tell the difference but the difference is we have a vaccine for the flu and we also have a rapid test we do in the emergency room to determine whether you have the flu we can do it on site most hospitals have flu swabs in flu tests that they can do and you can get a result within an hour the allergies are very easy you don't run a high fever with allergies you you have Sniffles you do your you know your nose turns red you cough up a lot of gunk but that's not the same thing as the flu and it certainly is not the same thing as cobra nineteen you just product testing can you explain for a moment what we should know about tasks for this coronavirus and why they seem to be a bit more complicated than say a test for the flu yes so the reason they are difficult is that the testing because coronas are very common the regular garden variety coronas we have to be able to discern which one is coded nineteen there's a very complicated process which revolve is around the fact that this is a DNA virus and we do something called polymerase chain reaction on the sample that's why regular hospitals don't have at this point the capability of testing for this virus it has to go to the state health department and before that it had to go to the communicable disease center better known as the CDC you know the P. C. R. which we routinely do for things like diarrheal infections we do the PCR for tuberculosis now this has this is a test that has stream Leist as streamlined diagnosis of infections thirty years ago we don't have anything like this we would have to culture you for T. B. we would have to find out you know when your school if you had organisms that cause diarrhea now we can do the same thing for corona virus but we have to be able to produce the markers namely the R. N. A. ribonucleic acid from the virus which we can get we have to multiply that and then we have to create these little tests that will define and show us that you the patient has an antibody or that is something that really reacts with this in in what's called the polymerized chain reaction the polymerized chain reactions a little complicated to describe your listeners but suffice it to say that that's the reason we haven't had test up front really quickly we're talking to the chairman of medicine at Saint Joseph university hospital Dr Bob Lee Hida a lot of information is floating online suggestions for how people can keep themselves and their families better protected what are some practices are products that we know actually work hand washing with soap works pure rail or hand sanitizers work if you can get a hold of some we have them on the walls here I have a bottle right on my desk in front of me here I have several bottles at home and I wipe my hands down and I also get those you know those wipes we use in the gym yes things right like Jim stop if you're going to a gym in your working out with a lot of other P. people you want to really wipe the machines that I should be doing that anyhow but now you really should do that if you go to the theater you should wipe the chair down before you sit down and watch a movie and most people are going to go to theaters and movie theaters and sit with two hundred people today nor are they going to go to Broadway shows and do the same thing or flying an airplane you got a white you should have done this before corona you got to wait to see down you got to wait the tray table down and make sure that things are pretty clean because these viruses can stay on surfaces for upwards of two days and some people are saying even longer what about face masks well with my patients that have certain illnesses I make them wear face masks now the face mask they wear is the cloth face masks the N. ninety five facemask to the basement that grips around your nose and is any seamless you you you breathe through that mass but there's no leakage of air around it the regular cloth face masks does one thing it protects you from touching your face because if you handle some object that's been contaminated with the virus can you touch your face and that's a problem you'll get the infection it'll go right up into your nary's of your nose or into your mouth and everybody touches their face so we're saying we're a mask a regular cloth mask it'll prevent you from touching your face also wash your hands as much as you can and keep their hands as sterile as possible now if you are infected and you're coughing up phlegm and you're hopping up what you think maybe virus you should wear a nice N. ninety five mask or at the least the surgical mask where ever you go and frankly shouldn't go anywhere you should stay in your house don't go to the emergency room don't go to your doctor's office because you're going to contaminate everybody else that's there if you have trouble breathing or you're running a super high fever then you go to the emergency room where then you go to your doctor's office dial nine one one get an ambulance and get over there or have somebody drive you that's my advice is there anything else about this disease or outbreak do you think it's important we now I think I think there's not much we need to know right now there's very little known about the course it's going to take whether it's going to fade away in the summer or whether it's going to continue into the fall I do hope that we have a vaccine in the early fall September October time so that we can all get immunized with the flu at the same time we can get vaccinated against corona nineteen covert nineteen because that was that's the only surefire way that we're gonna be able to control this infection as you know it's it's devastating certain countries in Europe like get Lee and countries like China and and it's just been devastating to all sorts of populations especially the elderly those elderly people who were quite ill with lung disease or people who chain smoke probably even people who smoke pot you've got a big understanding that your lungs are irritated and when you have an irritated long it sets you up for roaring infection with this virus because their receptors in the long for the
"bob lee" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Then I think it was Bob Lee saying no no it was one of the producers Mike McQuaid goes. why was it so emotional I said when you when you work with that group for that long a time. when those people in you share in their lives and then when it's done. and then it's gone. it should be its emotional breakup and I didn't know how much we meant to those people sometimes you have to leave to find out how much you mean to somebody N. and I realized we really did end I mean I just did it and hopefully I was a good worker in and you know cohort you know those kind of things good employ. but it was just nice to see people who did these jobs back then and they're still there you know twenty years fifteen years later of so I'm glad the Dennis went up got to see that when it was really impressive when I'm up there on the on the day us and you have all of that town up there you know you got your yup hall of Famers up there me Bob's a hall of Famer and Chris is and Mike in robin who I love you know you're just you're surrounded by people done a lot of things and that's when it started to seep in a little bit. in in then all of a sudden I started cracking a little bit and I went all boy I'm done because my wife said he gonna cry I go now. Friday and then I say why would you to ask me if I'm gonna cry thank you don't even put that word in my head you set me up. of my gun. in the first.
"bob lee" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"Bob Lee would go out of his way yes and say I love when you did you put very white in the lead and he would say that to me really was so supporters gray Bob Lee if you think is that you know that his did nickname the general for right in Raleigh yeah so straight laced Mister or you know hard news he he would come up to me all the time and say that was a funny leader yeah stuff like he enjoyed that he's a he's a nice young man and charts Charlie one of the greatest SportsCenter commercial anchors in the history of those commercials yes Sir he would did the the pool boy once already out too well yeah you know and then there's there's one more here the pickup game Cherokee parks and of course the way before you show casually one thing you're sure. it's very quick okay is very quick I DO es Hoke pastor jawan Howard yes I mean if you got it you got to see it it's it was a very quick off the dribble hook pass yes and he said I didn't know you could I didn't know you had that in your look let's see the hope passes very quickly the end of the companies we got a team of course last of all legal being sports center we take it pretty seriously. just play the game. it's all in good fun. directed by the great Hank Perlman who sees it all so many of them still a good friend of mine tell him I said hello well did you have with the defense wins championships your available sure I mean I I want to be humble I want my whole goal in life now is to be humble yes Sir yeah. the goal is to be low key and improve as we get older you know I'm saying. I appreciate that my first day I came to work at ESPN first day ever was when you were shooting the don't walk commercial the hands across America so badly added me out because I left did you know that no yes Alan gross is very sad so the commercial where you came up with the ballad don't walk right and you were front and center yeah and and then I left to go to the comedy central they had to edit it out and they were very upset and I got one of the things I want to do is apologize for that I'm sorry to who we apologizing to ever was upset ESPN Allen brothers I know Alan though he's fine yeah I know no kidding I I've got I've got five questions for you Craig over let's do it five questions with Craig Kilborn here on the right John. we got the music okay regal Kilborn five questions first question who is Canada's finest actors great well you want me to say Shatner. so I'll say Shatner. well sort of I have not seen these okay so it is just it is shot her. thank you. question number two. I could tell a located Craig Kilborn east of job that is correct. when your favorite home run calls number three five questions third question that was done was geography by the way yeah number three one is Robin Williams finest movie well I like dead poets is. but I think the young people like Jumanji. dancer. for his question before this is my favorite one sandy guys ran as. did you just did number four name this time of year when people get sick but make a lot of jumpers. I don't get that I don't understand since it again name a time of year when people get sick but make a lot of jumpers the cold and flu season is correct the cold and flu season. there is no. here's number five you can go five for five your dining at the sardine factory in Monterey yeah yeah since you're king salmon with Brady's disparages artichoke and carrots what is the correct type of wanting to border. I don't pay attention that I'm sorry I just to be you know our or or read the land or do Cabernet that is correct as you can see the answer right here whatever he says is correct great Kilborn got five of five year on the makeshift starting factory they have a nice picture Clint Eastwood up there because he one of his movies play misty for me that and I seen right there at the bar I love that's my favorite Carmel by the sea Monterey pebble beach it's all right so beautiful cold and season not a not there. yeah how did that start your obsession with Pooh Richardson well the I'll just step back for a second and I will I'm not I'm not gonna answer now. hi I just having fun I liked his name that's basically it but I wasn't in the catch phrases in the ponds is I pons they some people say lowest form of humor but it's there catchy and unless you're brilliant like Alex all kinds brilliant. brilliant but so I have a friend who is a or to queens all say who is a software engineer and boring and not funny but he can construct ponds he can take as little rhyming dictionary and do that but that was just a I was just his course six points I want to say pull at two AM in the morning. that's when I I want to say pro who wants one that is funny to say ha ha Clinton Dix me who they are hot going that would be if you were doing yeah SportsCenter these days that would be your job. what about what about the NBA who who would fascinate you now name was good you got wrong I don't know name once again I'm not I'm doing I'm not sure if you want you just mentioned the NB and I just love the NBA so much like I know I hear about it a little bit I don't have much to say I do like Karl Anthony towns I will say this just to educate people twenty years of before the generals came into existence in nineteen eighty nine I was obsessed with the NBA so it was a is a painful with the generals no I like that there's a team there I I always pull for them but I'm a NBA fan first for twenty years this past championship with her on a winning was beautiful loved it he does and I do not yeah and I do know I don't know who's gonna win next year but there is there is it choose a bonuses in the NBA right now I did not know that kids of our readers he is I know I know they probably don't know is son read to the Pacers I don't know about the other I don't know I maybe I'm maybe I'm I'm just give us like there's lots of. Craig Kilborn is your one more television only segment we'll sneak in and other view of one of your instragram videos and then you're gonna make martinis for us to live I don't I don't read the thing I will do that will do that but I'm not I'm now lost enthusiasm I'm not doing it. your DM zero can read the ends are we can absolutely do that much time to read the M. as in Clint classes that you're gonna make the martini line to celebrate fortieth anniversary is beyond me just see what they are hi Craig Kilborn is here we've got that when we return. this is funny let me read these okay go for career can do right now I'll do it when we come back Craig Kilborn here on the rich Eisen. at rich Eisen show dot com. John is in here for true car every car comes with its share stories that doing in your bumper when you nervously picked up a first date the luxury package you got after a big promotion or the mileage you.
"bob lee" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Play back in April of nineteen ninety five Bob Lee what was behind that kind of play full kichi energy was that the spirit of the company then was it just marketing messages down a key word that come from if you think it was marketing if you think it was a master plan if you somebody was smart enough to invent that boy I'd like to meet that person and get their stock tips. it was organic Josh what it was keeps creativity his partnership with Dan in in you know in the microwave of those two guys on the big show but it was always the spirit of the company to in I mentioned at the beginning were making it up as we went along there was more form and substance in management and oversight certainly by the mid nineties but have fun for crying out loud plus having done decades of sports center we have this little phrase among that was originated by I think it was Doug Myers and originals P. eighty years ago cavs mavs jazz like their role playing each other in one game in the shot she the highlight never and speak the point being you'll do so many highlights in the course of an NBA season your brain will go nam so you have to make it fun you have to make it fun for the viewers if you're gonna sit in a strap strap in and sit down open a beer and watch a full hour sports center in the middle of the winter to see so many damn highlights they have you better do something to distinguish them and have fun with it and you know the amazing thing about Keith there are many amazing things about key this is a good body he would type those out verbatim we all didn't do that he would sit down and type that out and he would say that early in the evening I mean it's just remarkable I and his creativity but everybody did it did it differently you have to be yourself you're on television so much you can't fool people you know if it's an act truly an act you'll be found out have fun that's the key let's hear from somebody who's having fun in this particular sandbox these days joining us now from ESPN radio in Bristol Connecticut is Ruben my henti he joined the team in twenty eleven as an anchor he currently hosts sports center on week nights and weekends stupid walking to one act. thanks for having me Bob's been around for about ninety nine point nine percent of this I've been around for about twenty percent of it but I think Eric would agree Bob agree you may as well that there's probably if you want to use the forty year marker there's been more change in sports television ad in television in the last five years than the previous thirty five in sports centers of all that way and I think all of our television habits of involved that way one thing I just want to mention to to re sign on your opening segment she just talked about sports having fallen sports being part of our existence Bob knows this there's a huge sign when you walk into the sports center studios to serve sports fans anytime anywhere that's sort of a company mantra that could be avid fan that could be a casual fan that could be somebody that's tuning in for any variety of reasons and that's what we're really here to do like Bob said we're here to have fun but at the end of the day we're here at the behest of the sports fan and the sports fans appetite has been insatiable I think that's pretty fair from nineteen seventy nine to twenty nineteen and we're just accentuating it every day seven give us a sense of how you do what you do first of all just keeping up to date of what's going on in sports there are so many games in so many sports every day and I know you can't watch every single one of them so how do you keep up I think the biggest thing is just having a mantra our mission statement because you're right the NFL starts tonight the US open is going on major league baseball's in its final month of its regular season the NBA is back next month the NHL is back next month college basketball a sixty days away so there's a lot of that to think about but I think the biggest thing that we think about is I think this used to be an advanced in Bob's view on this I think whether your NPR your ESPN your any television or radio outlet it used to be so much more about the what and now I think it's much more about the wide the what is ubiquitous it's on your phone it's on your apple news feed it's on ESPN text alert it's on all of our competitors I think where we hit the sweet spot where we think about how we're going to do this and keep up with everything is we have the best in terms of. why why is this happening why is this hold out occurring why did he sign for this much why can't anybody defends Steph curry shot Y. Z. kill Ellie it's so important to the Dallas Cowboys why did they have to sign in before Sunday what with the giants thinking when they drafted Daniel Jones the what the headline is just there everywhere I mean during our conversation here I'm sure we're all feeling on our phones right now but it's one of those things where the white the context we had players from Crissy Evert in tennis to mark to share in baseball to Alex Rodriguez to Steve young these people have been in places that none of us have been I went to a college football symposium but five years ago and the leader ship stood up and basically said something as innocuous as this. raise your hand if you've ever been in the tunnel before a game and ninety five percent of people raise their hands anchors reporters directors producers support staff of any kind and I remember the gentleman stood up there and said all right ninety five percent if you have your hands up just remember everybody at home is the other five percent so just take them inside don't take for granted where you are don't take for granted that this is just common place it happens every Saturday to college football stadium every Sunday in an NFL stadium bring the viewer there is at the end of the day I was if you're on forty one I used to watch Bob in key thing Steve levy and route trick and now it's amazing to be sitting there next to them so I think you have to just think about it and it's okay to just be a fan and I think that's something that's really important I'm Joshua Johnson and you're listening to one a. Zubin explain how you do highlights your Bob said that Keith Olbermann used to write them out verbatim are you working from a verbatim script you have bullet points how do you know what place to highlight how to keep the details straight walk us through that process yeah I think the biggest thing is highlights our bread and butter so there's nothing more important in doing that right and I think if you were to ask god then tell to comes on at midnight or our crew that comes on before everybody's got a different style of doing them I don't think it says wrote is saying being a White House correspondent right where you want to just be square jawed as a man or a woman stand there deliver the fax and ended in fraud back to New York I think in sports it's a lot different I would give you a couple examples and this is why highly to the bread and butter of what we do if you've ever seen somebody walks like a rom com or a movie I know the only makes superhero movies now but if you think back to like rom com and those things got green let you sit there and somebody would laughter the same joke seven times or if you see in Hamilton on Broadway lets you seem like five or six times you go back to six time you're like I didn't realize the new ones of that quote the first five times that's the way highlights are if Klay Thompson hits fourteen three pointers in an NBA game which actually happened last season people are going to want to watch that ad nauseam now the twelve year old might be watching because he loves Klay Thompson's kicks his sneakers right other people might be watching because they think you're watching one of the greatest shooters that ever picked up a basketball and I know Bob worked for former vice president here that I worked for as well and he said in sort of a grandiose way little facetious way he said the minute somebody starts doing highlights better than ESPN is when ESPN is quote unquote out of business of course he was joking but what he said was and what he meant once ESPN sweetspot on sports center it highlights so we have to be leading the way it's a point of pride when you watch another network like fox or CBS and what's the you're targeting fifteen or twenty year old person that doesn't know who boomer size in is right right or. don't know who cris Collinsworth is you'll see a little box pop up on the screen and I'll say Chris Collins what Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver or nineteen eighty to whatever and that's something that was popularized by ESPN and it's a point of pride when you watch all of our other competing networks you see some of the things the tool the applications the graphics that were using that are everywhere and it's not just the S. P. and I was telling somebody the store this morning Steve levy is gonna be calling on Monday Night Football game a dream assignment for him on Monday between the Broncos in the raiders who took his nine year old daughter to a game a few years ago and she said to him dad where's the yellow line you know so it's one of those things where you think about you say all right yeah actually that's a that's just on television I mean not only the yellow line the kind of augmented reality light shows you were the first down AS where they would have to get you to get a first down correct and so I think those evolutions many of those have been started by ESPN you know fox in ninety four was the first to put the score on the screen can you imagine to all three of you can you imagine watching a television event right now we don't know the score were you don't know if it's thirty fifteen in a tennis match for one game or Brooks kept as nine under par can you imagine watching a sporting event today without that information well in one of the other innovations and I I do want to get to some more questions for a listers but one of the other innovations is just some of those catch phrases we heard Keith Olbermann do some of them another one of the luminaries of ESPN who we really can't do this conversation without at least calling out with Stuart Scott he began E. S. P. N. in nineteen ninety three and kind of push the sound of the network further into new territory especially with this play by play call canonical water because he is all alone. wasn't the only one tonight sports stars. now. you know this kid is as cool as the other side of. some of the legendary play by play from the late Stuart Scott probably one of the reasons that Tom was a fan Tom emailed I had to use my imagination when I started listening to the university of Kentucky in the forties SportsCenter brought games and.
"bob lee" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Dives yeah what what number eighty his grades going on the line dans on strategy for deterring burglars blank people if you don't want to do the work of standing sentry outside your home and beating off burglars tell about blinks regards the way that you can use your cameras to make sure that you chasing offered you chase all really one way to handle burger the way to you got a bunch of you got shows up at the wrong studio in New York in the calendar ending conversations I've had with you guys you're right ESPN radio New York on Wednesday and then at sea port Thursday and Friday for got it back he used at sea port right now because he showed up to see port on Monday and Tuesday and he's like but they have been here all week so they set up the seaport studio even though we were told it wasn't even available so I face time with them and he's in front of a green screen and it's not the green screen that I have a live feed for and in trying to patch through seaport it is screwed up our simulcasted he has for the first time sabotaged our ability to air this on ESPN news this hasn't happened before and also Bob Lee is retired because of it the company continues to reward it he continues to ask for more like for example a deal no one's got at the company which is working a case do you see why we don't let you do this do you not you're now seeing not understand what this is a perfect start judge Jillian elements could be said about five feet away from me in a few minutes to get another job I love that I'm privacy grounds for not trying to blame somebody the wrong sort so so I will say this these calendars are very confusing unlocking the calendar super the days and it's all do something it looks like three straight days how bout that's in every direction he's like when he gets is most swinging one of his chief weapons in every direction that's for everybody not to mention the fact that you're supposed to be it ESPN radio in New York and not see poor today that being in the calendar you don't remember the conversation we had about how you you were supposed to be it ESPN radio today now.
Colin Kaepernick Nike, National Football League and Nike discussed on Outside the Lines
"Colin Kaepernick Nike, the National Football League backlash boycott and the cresting of emotions and opinions all fifty five and a half hours before the NFL regular season begins. That's our big story this day after Labor Day in studio z. He is the most famous unemployed athlete on this planet. And Colin Kaepernick is suing the National Football League with a major procedural victory last week, suing the NFL for what he says is collusion in keeping him out of the league because of his political beliefs believes he is expressed by kneeling during the national anthem. And now capper Nick is literal face. One of them the face of a Nike campaign, celebrating its just do it slogan a corporate simple for the official NFL uniform and sideline of peril provider. In fact, Nike this year extended, it's likely multibillion dollar NFL contract for ten years.
Ailing Motorcycle Industry Could Be Canary in Coal Mine for Automakers – Part Two
"Seventeen past the hour right now we'll get you back to bloomberg politics policy power in law in just a moment we're seeing the equities trade higher on this the final day of the second quarter pretty upbeat with the dow ahead by one percent right now in the broader market financials leading the gains this is after the big banks promised to return records amounts of cash to their shareholders as five hundred is better by about eight tenths of one percent nasdaq composite is up six tenths of one percent right now the canadian government has finalized tariffs on us products they're worth a total of twelve point six billion now that amount mirrors those imposed by the trump administration fiat chrysler is preparing to adjust its manufacturing footprint should president trump's trade tactics result in higher auto tariffs or the collapse of existing trade agreements we were talking with bob lee he is the head of chrysler is power train group he told us contingency planning has been happening on a massive scale crude oil new york is up by more than one percent wti for the week is higher by about seven percent you know that's the biggest weekly gain we've seen in about two months the driver well a lot of concern still about supply disruptions particularly from libya and iran us ten year treasury right now with a yield of two point eight three percent black back to bloomberg politics policy power and law thank you doug well as you as we've been reporting the canadian government has announced its final list of tariffs for us imports of goods shipped from the united states to canada in retaliation the president's tariffs on imported steel and aluminum from canada and for more on this story we want to bring in our bloomberg news canadian economy and politics reporter josh wingrove so josh i know that there were some things that were on the initial list and there were some things that made the final cut walk us through it yeah i mean look pretty much the same there's nothing that's gonna hit a new one knock them out of their share but beer kegs for instance not on the list mustard certain jams so there's sort of consumer goods to nail down but fundamentally the bulk of the list is on of course steele in aluminum and it was the us tariffs on canadian feeling they're responding to in the first place of canada as a counterpart i think the big question is whether donald trump will view it as an escalation josh do canadians support the pace of these retaliatory tariffs yeah are hoping it was going quicker polling of sort of public large show is very popular support of course donald trump is not popular in canada so things that go against trump are popular but you know specifically like the field producers wondered why did they pick a month candidate took a month respond to take the us one winning on june first and they're all saying canada has to do more to stop others steal maybe from china or brazil turkey that might end up being dumped in canada instead of maybe the us where we're headed in the first place so mixer support and frankly calls to do more although some of the people affected by the tariffs that are coming in on sunday you know it's going to hurt them people like boat dealers and that kind of thing we're now see the stuff they sell have a tariff nearby from the provider of course when we talked to you we always want to find out if there are any conversations going on at all between the two sides canadians and the us and also if there are any negotiations going on in the context of the nafta talks yeah yeah i'm reminded of a scene from one of the batman movies where he sort of crumpled paper and throws it against the wall and says you know the search is ongoing they had no at bats word after talks are right now you know they they are stalled with a mexican election on sunday the same day canada tests kick in mexico will go to the polls though i think we're going to see them pick up when the new mexican you know president and his team are identified but they don't take power quite away right away so we don't really know how that's going to shake out i don't think really anyone is expecting much too soon on nafta i'll have to watch batman before i speak to you again josh but so about the.
NBA Coaches Association Votes Dwayne Casey as Coach of the Year
"Can support my sponsors by going to my show page at podcast one dot com clicking on the support this podcast button and there you'll see all of my wonderful sponsors that help make this show possible so thank you for downloading subscribing and of course supporting now back to the show stay tuned for sixty seconds of eight news headlines right after this podcast mark stein now the new york times reporting today that the national basketball coaches association which is all coaches of the nba voting for coach of the year have named dwayne casey of the dispatched toronto raptors as the coach of the year not surprising because he might be nba coach of the year when the riders vote on it but buried deep in the story third to last paragraph the other seven coaches to receive votes from their peers were brett brown philadelphia houston's mark dantonio indiana's nate mcmillan san antonio's gregg popovich utah's quin snyder portland terry stotts and the clippers doc rivers all worthy of votegetters no brad stevens which means by the way brad stevens high class enough to not vote for himself and what gear what look i understand all these coaches deserve at least a mention a pat on the back good job all year all of them had had had interesting situations in playoff runs but not even brad stevens getting a single vote to bear saying i little bit little bit wait till you hear the last time somebody got quickly fired after winning coach of the year i've got that set for your phone calls and bob lee with his new emmy award coming up our two are you looking for a champions insight from fan's perspective into the world of sports and entertainment then checkout indicate with me nba champion bj armstrong at me sports analyst gerald brown right he'll podcast one we know the business and each week we'll chat with celebrity guests provided informed discourse on the cultural beats of the moment download new episodes of indicate every thursday on podcast one sports dot com the podcast one f or apple podcasts i just saved hundreds of dollars by switching to gyco i feel like a whole new person disclaimer you will not become a whole new person this is impossible you might be able to join a gym more diet program by new wardrobe get here implants dna in physical form.