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"boecklin" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
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"boecklin" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"It is self right. We believe were there so we party agreement. It spells out a discussion the process that we have to have to sit down with fire. District talk about their financial condition. Talk about you know whether we've met those terms of the agreement that we have and then you know. The city can take the action to discontinue that annual contribution if you know if the conclusion is that the fire district is financially self. Sustaining for those. That might not be familiar with fire district to. Can you define that for us. Sure Again district business but Fire district exists as a special district under colorado law and it's entirely separate legally from the city The city had its own fire. Department prior to twenty ten twenty eleven when we had this agreement And the voters then at that point with support from both the city and those starting the district Approved the formation of the fire district so It was approved by by the voters There was a what they call service. Plan that was developed and approved or developed by the district approved by the city and this agreement was part of that fair enough. And where does it go from here. Well i hope we can continue the discussion. You know the the city As i said feels that we've that the district has grown strong enough to where they can sustain their operations per the terms of the agreement At the same time we've you know we've proposed an alternative that would you know help. Keep the city connected financially potentially with the district in the event that they ever were in any kind of financial distress so We're talking about that proposal. We realized that the fire district of the city are intertwined for long-term with our our communities. So it's really in both of our best interests to continue this discussion. I you know certainly can't speak for future city councils but i know that this council is firmly committed to have strong fire district. I think it's just a just a question of how that That city contribution works within their larger financial picture. But the citizens of evans don't have to be concerned that they will not have regardless of weather. Whatever you call it if it's a fire protection they're not going to lose firefighting services right. The city believes not you know with the healthy reserves that The fires district has which really equivalent to about nineteen months of their operations You know while we still have strong property taxes coming in that exceed their their operating costs each year The city is is convinced that there's no jeopardy to the community of that you know we know. Long-term we've had conversations with fire district about long-term threats to both organizations in terms of you know uncertainty with the legislature property taxes city growth. Lots of things that are beyond you. Know both of our Controls and so there. Are those those vulnerabilities. But that's that's the reason that we'd like to see some kind of continued financial relationship where the cities there for the fire district ever in a jam so That's what i'm hoping we can continue talking about. I don't know where that will land in the end but our hope is that we can continue what was very successful for the first ten years Acknowledged that it was successful. And now we're trying to help fire district with its next generation of Of sub stability instant figure out what the relationship with the city looks like evans city manager. Jim boecklin berg. Can't thank you enough for taking the time to come on and elaborate and perhaps clarify some of the points around this certainly important conversation. Typically he had and i look forward to continuing it with you. Thanks guilty to take good character. Evans city manager. Jim beck lemberg thoughts this morning. Nine seven three five three thirteen ten. Drop me attacks on our thirteen ten k. f. k. A text line closing in on eight fifty now northern colorado's voice one of three one thirteen ten. Kfi kfi morning. Trevor news and issues mornings with weekdays at six northern colorado's voice. One zero three point one in thirteen ten kfi k. Good afternoon guy with brian. Gerry is coming up at three. Northern colorado's voice one zero three point one hundred thirteen ten. Kfi k santa lady and the greatest trip as the weld army corps. School district community debated covington. Meditation on tuesday in the face of rising cases. Well neighboring greeley evans school district. Six has a school on remote status. So i thought we would not have to go through this again for two weeks because of a lack of staff eight fifty five now northern colorado's voice one. Oh three one thirteen ten. Kfi mornings with gail from the auto collision specialist studios union. Connie elementary public charter for students in kindergarten through fifth grade went to online schooling on tuesday because of the number of adults out in quarantine. This is according to a report that District superintendent dr. Dear pilch made to the board of education earlier this week. Apparently the school will be using remote learning until september third. This is according to the union colony. School's website now pilch updated the board about the district's covert nineteen situation including at union colony. Going remote at the boards. Monday evening meeting less than two weeks in to the new school year district schools by the way opened august twelfth piltz said the district had one hundred and thirty seven positive covered nineteen cases among students and staff. As of monday. The total was up to two hundred one hundred sixty students and forty staff by wednesday afternoon. This is according to district chief. Of communications theresa a myers now to students were hospitalized due to cove including a high school student but both thankfully have both or both have been released. Pilch said two adults in the district were also hospitalized but once again thank heaven. No one was in critical condition now as as of yesterday afternoon the district website lists more than five hundred and fifty students and adults in quarantine. The website said students and adults are quarantined. When there's a potential exposure to cove nineteen by the way dr phil said we continue to look at should be. Should we be moving toward mass for all we know in these cases it's been important to do that. Eight fifty seven now. Northern colorado's voice one or three one thirteen ten.
"boecklin" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast
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"boecklin" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Evans drivers might be enjoying a bit smoother journey through town as the city wrapped up a short project to patch. Two hundred and thirty, nine wow two, hundred, thirty, nine of thirty, seven streets, notorious potholes and route to a larger resurfacing project that will take place over the next several months. Evans. City manager Jim Boecklin birds said this is part to actually have a long project. The public will remember last year that we had a long and arduous utility project that replaced water and sewer lines in the street that was an anticipation of this year's project, which will put a brand new surface on the road. Certainly, if you travel thirty seven, th street that's music to your ears, right Back Lindburg said that the patch project was a stopgap if pleasant one on the road to a larger overlay project and eventually A road widening for thirty, seven, th street. The Patch Project was bounded by twenty third avenue on the West and the railroad tracks on the east side of town all the way beyond highway five back Lemberg continued. This is the first big visible project that residents and focused folks in the area. See as Evans improves thirty seven street moving west we are completing the design of thirty seventh street widening from thirty Fifth Avenue to Sixty Fifth Avenue. So when funding is available, will be able to complete those now funding for this project and some of the others came in part through grants from the state million bucks from. According to, Mr. Lemberg. And the county one, hundred, Thousand Dollars From Weld but future projects on this and other streets. Well, they'll come largely from the city's new one percent sales tax increase the result of a yes. Vote on that ballot measure back in April we know portions of thirty seven streets especially west of thirty. Fifth. Avenue are in bad shape said back Lindbergh that was part of our push and our communication with residents. About the need for revenue now that revenue is starting to come in and city council wanted to make as much of an impact as we could this summer on some of the worst sections of a thirty seven, th street, we were able to extend our normal asphalt patching project in some neighborhoods to include several long stretches effectively, asphalt overlay repairing the worst sections of thirty seventh as they did patch two, hundred and thirty nine. Does that mean there were more than two hundred, thirty nine who's The pothole counter? That's what I want to know as they patched two, hundred, thirty, nine, thirty, seven streets potholes, of course, on their way to a much bigger project. So, pretty good news. Essentially for those in the city of Evans. Mr. Bamberg went on to say tentatively, another project is the widening of forty seven, th avenue thirty thirty seventh street north to the Greeley Boundary in two, thousand and twenty two, they're starting a widening of thirty seven street from thirty fifth. Avenue, West our plan is to do thirty fifth to stampede amid point between thirty fifth and forty Fifth Avenue. So half of it in two, thousand, twenty, two than the rest of forty seventh in two, thousand and twenty three then cap off that whole forty seventh avenue and Thirty Seventh Street Oh great with a roundabout intersection and twenty twenty, four Donna Fan I know they're efficient. That's made possible largely through assuming revenues come with all that's happening. Due to the one percent sales tax increase for the roads in Evans tax course went into effect in July. And he wrapped up with this having better quality roads. It's just fundamental to Evans long-term Economic Future and quality is a place to live. We need to demonstrate to take to our own residents and also to future businesses. Future residents in the community who WANNA come to Evans that we take our infrastructure seriously and roads indeed are the first step. All right coming up. Kamla Harris as you're well aware and yes, I am saying her name correctly. Kamla Harris is Joe Biden's pick ort Joe Biden have anything to do with that pick. But will she seal the deal for Joe by come election day Vernon Robinson the third and a Bruce Everley are the authors of coming home how black Americans will re elect trump and they weigh in at six thirty, five, six, thirty now thirteen, ten, Kfi K.. Rogue, code now. Weekdays at four another northern Colorado's voice. Thirteen ten KFI..
"boecklin" Discussed on NutriMedical Report
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"boecklin" Discussed on NutriMedical Report
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Survived Public Accountant and she had to finish the course passed it and so on but then she'd have blank periods where she lose her memory again and so I told her I'm going to give her cognitive support to try to help her to get well and I just want to go over some of the things that I get your your kind of response to that okay <hes> to some of the things that I recommend this guy this lady Lynda ignition plus and brainpower now these are just give you two at a time rather than going to be a ton of them plus and brain power <hes> these are going to improve cognitive production of her oxidative stress in her brain crude ner transmitter levels and protect against seizures as a non motor and motor areas which can actually cause memory blanks like have you ever seen activity in the LIMBIC system or hippocampus right right so tell us what what would you say. These products has been a a very very strong formulation. 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"boecklin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Boecklin. Theo EJ Wilson was in his early twenties right after graduating college. He experienced something that would stay with him forever. Two thousand three and a fight at a nightclub that was denied involve me. Incidences leads to where I was handcuffed to a chair and beaten by Denver police. And I thought I was going to die. And the PTSD from that was pretty intense. And at the time you almost twenty two I don't know what I'm going to do with that. And. Literally. The react of family, surprise me. So what was their reaction their reaction to, to that moment at that moment was once the effect of this is what it is to be black in America saying, you know, we could go down to the precinct that we could fuss so we could fight. But did you get your lesson because you're not going to be able to fight all win every battle? A few years later in two thousand eleven Feo lost a childhood friend Alonzo, actually after a struggle with police Alonzo's death was ruled the homicide and no one was ever charged. And at that point, the death of unarmed black men at the hands of police was becoming a national news story, the death of Alton sterling, Michael Brown, Tamir rice, Casteel year old, Freddie gray was picked up. And all those things happening. Pushed THEO to get involved and speak out as an activist by making YouTube videos is hatred like a boiling maroon passion in the stomach. I was looking for a way through and part of my healing was videos principle. Have we been priced chain which we, we know cameras on to save situation body cameras, some house, in a lot of people watched the videos, and they tracked it a lot of comments as well, including some by people who identified with the alright movement, people who are telling THEO to go back to Africa or calling him a thug in Cali you a bucket inwards. You know, labeling you the very worst words that your people have been hearing says they were brought to these shores is, is all thing to take in, and I would engage in these battles agnosio you would engage on engagement at nauseam. I remember hours going by trying to feed people with words, I've realized I wasn't getting anywhere because I wasn't seeing the root of the problem. And I began to be very curious like, how are you saying this, dude? How are you? In other words, you're saying, how do you where do these fused ideas and hatred? Where's it come from? How does the reserve with a black president Oprah Winfrey? Everywhere every kid much Michael Jordan on his wall gonna mean back before the rape gaze Cosby was America's dad, right? So you have all these African American icons of progress, these benchmarks and so having been born in this race in these millennials talking this way. Man, people after nineteen eighty you know what I mean? I've been happening. That was a deep curiosity of mine. The oh, EJ Wilson except the story from the Ted stage. I remember being called highly colorful, racial slurs by those.
"boecklin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Boecklin. Theo EJ Wilson was in his early twenties right after graduating college. He experienced something that would stay with him forever. Thousand three and a fight at a nightclub did not involve me. Incidences led to wear was handcuffed and beaten by Denver police. And I thought I was going to die. And the PTSD from that was pretty intense. And at the time to, I don't know what I'm gonna do with that. And. Literally. The reaction of family, surprise me. So what was their reaction their reaction to that moment at that moment was once the effect of this is what it is to be black in America, son. We could go down to the precinct. Wicked Fussell we could fight. But did you get your lesson because you're not going to be able to fight all win every battle? A few years later in two thousand eleven THEO lofta childhood friend Alonzo, actually after struggle with police Alonzo's death was ruled a homicide and no one was ever charged. And at that point, the death of unarmed black men at the hands of police was becoming a national news story in sterling Michael Brown rice, steal your own, Freddie gray was picked on. And all those things happening. Pushed THEO to get involved, speak out as an activist by making YouTube videos is hatred like a boiling maroon passion in the pit stomach. I was looking for a way through and part of my healing was videos prison. We've been priced chain. We winnow cameras on safe situation to body cameras. Somehow, a lot of people watched the videos, and they tracked a lot of comments as well, including some by people who identified with the all right movement. People who are telling THEO to go back to Africa or calling him a thug in calling you a bucket. Inwards. In my you the very worst words that your people have been hearing says they brought to these shores is, is all thing to take in and I would engage in these battles agnosio you would engage on engagement at nauseam. I remember hours going by trying to defeat people with words, I've realized I wasn't kidding anywhere, because I wasn't seeing the root of the problem and I began to be ever curious like, how are you saying this, dude? How are you? In other words, you're saying, how do you where these fused ideas natured, where's it come from? How does a reserve with a black president Oprah Winfrey everywhere every kid much Michael Jordan on his wall? I mean back before the rate gays Cosby was America's dad, right? So you have all these African American icons of progress, these benchmarks and so having been born in this generation, you these millennials talking this way. Man people born after nineteen eighty you know what I mean? That happened. That was a deep curiosity of mine. The oh, EJ Wilson picks up the story from the Ted stage. I remember being called highly colorful, racial slurs by those.
"boecklin" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Frampton performed really gone with BB king himself when he joined him on the guitar circus tour in twenty thirteen BB king also served as an opener one of Frampton co headlining tours with the Steve Miller band. I think you've heard me recently after I saw Steve Miller on the Austin where they call us and see image show. I thought he's fabulous. Frankly, it just keeps cracking them out. So Frampton spoke after this song came out about meeting king for the first time. You said, quote, I went to his bus to meet him. And I was very nervous sort of stuttering stuff in front of he gets. Here's having trouble said Peter sit down this tell me do you want me to do? I'll do it for you. I couldn't believe. Right at east a modest, man. The nicest most agreeable person, you could ever dream graviton showcasing all blues, which is out the seventh of next month. And then the. Another farewell tour featured on that kicks off the team of June in Oklahoma. The tool services I or of that magnitude due to him being diagnosed with. Body my Osas IBM's inclusion body Myers something really awful musk. You've ever really horrible. Yeah. Which is Kennedy bed responsible for lots of great music, man. That's for sure. Same here, man. Yeah. Oh, man. Elvis costello. I always thought he had a lot of nerve you the oldest. His name Prager is parents did. Not his real name, Declan McManus Israel. Okay. So Declan has collected songs that he co wrote with Paul McCartney bird backtrack lyrics by Bob Dylan, Johnny cash for his new EP purse, which arrived on Friday. The four song EPS includes is taking or Boecklin steak on lover's that never were. Written by me. Cardiac released this in ninety three L P called off the ground. Remember this? Remember this? Down on the bottom. Dylan song gets updated version Costello put Johnny cash is unrecorded. If you love me lyrics to me is for the first time, that's one of all the new songs down cash on. Yeah. He sounds like a ballot ear from their late seventies. Eighties. That's exactly what he is. Right. So he runs stuff along the way. But yeah, right banality. He's very good personal friends of her back. So I suppose really, yeah. I think he was really heavily influenced by that. That makes sense. Everybody's playing house browse out this Senate for the duo released collaborative LPN ninety eight call painted from memory. Stellar released his latest album look now twenty eighteen in July. He and his band the imposters going out on a thirteen date tour with Blondie that'd be kind of fun talking about that twenty eight after the hour here on the program. I'll more next time with.
"boecklin" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Of Allen to unwind also eastbound thirty at ballpark white construction as you travel through Arlington that is blocking the right? Right lane with kale. I have right now traffic. I'm Michael Scott meteorologist Brad Barton's says it is going to be cloudy, windy and humid with some isolated showers throughout the day today, mainly toward northeast high near eighty two with a gusty wind out of the south tonight. The rain and thunderstorms will increase some of them could be severe with high winds hail and some isolated tornadoes are possible. According to Brad here. Just for the very latest alone near seventy degrees for Wednesday, cloudy, windy, and humid with more isolated showers and storms throughout the day. Those are going to increase after dark some of those could be severe as well high near seventy eight with a one or sixty seven in for Thursday, mostly cloudy with even more widely scattered showers and thunderstorms Heiner Eighty-one with the low near sixty five for news information seventy Kayla. Rama guest gave now Boecklin back is a nonstop news cycle. Steady with the rifle and opened fire on the people inside the synagogue the Russian hoax is over. It's not over till it's over looking at bean figure veteran better than twenty sixteen coverage of the top and bottom of every hour. This is weird. News and information, five seventy KLIF. Do you watch TV with an antenna or some of your local channels missing find them again by rescaling, your TV using your remote? Not sure how learn more at FCC dot gov slash TV. Rescan listen to the Dell Walmsley show every Sunday at nine AM on news and information, five seventy KLIF. What is it costing you.
"boecklin" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"But I'm really glad that John Nick yarn to get me to watch episode season. One cloudy, wait opens all you have to watch the opening like shock toxic. Like, he yells at the mom for not making her bed. Not yet. You didn't make your bed. Shook. Isn't it? So weird totally okay story little like health news or lack thereof measles count in US. Steer ready. More than all of twenty eight. Have you read? Have you heard about this measles because people aren't getting their vaccines? Measles cases in the US have already searched passed a total for all of last year. And totally April officials say member high cicis not used to last month March with a number five. No, I set it on the patriot sewed Wim every time I have to like March like if the date was like March. I I always right like five thirty one is. Yeah. I also see it April with the colored green your freak. Just associations that I think are interesting that are well interesting people in the toasters yesterday. We're doing all these posts like when it's like, nobody. And then me wanna hear an Boecklin this. Within story about the measles. Sorry. The number of US easels cases throughout through the first three months of this year have surpassed the count for all twenty teen. Health officials say there have been three hundred eighty seven cases through March the centers for disease control and prevention reported Monday there were three hundred seventy two last year. The numbers are preliminary and may change, but the twenty nine thousand already the most twenty fourteen when six hundred sixty seven were say why this year's numbers have been driven by outbreaks and states, including New York Luneau. I'm not feeling so well, I don't know why. But I think measles bumps all of your faces pox. Is it true? I I think it's maybe that's how huge cysts. That's what I consider measles. California Illinois, Texas, Washington. Most people who get measles have not been vaccinated and the US. Most breaks are sparked by travelers who picked up the virus in countries where measles are more common. As more common. Measles is singular once again antibac- Sers just like ruining our nation. Nearly eighty three thousand people contracted measles in Europe and twenty highest number in a decade, according to the World Health organ. Sation the measles vaccine is ninety seven percent affected..
"boecklin" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Dance mix there, Jordan. I actually got up mature a little bit. Lighten the mood positive. I started off with those hard hitting topics Jesse Sma lengths ISIS brides, not light topics on a sunny day in Wisconsin in the in the winter. But sometimes you gotta let it up. Thanks for that music. Jordan Gazza ousted doing a great producing Java's. He does every day. WTMJ? You're welcome Jordan. All right. So number two, the four at ten mentioned it earlier in the show, the Muller investigation all signs now pointing to this thing wrapping up, so there's a there's a bunch of different ways, this can go and one just can I just say as a human being on this planet. Thank you. If you if you are actually getting close, thank you. Thank you. Thank don't you have questions, though, how that could possibly be the case like how could they possibly be wrapping up already given. How many court cases are still out there things still pending as it were. You know, why here's this is my opinion based on nothing. For me. That's like a lot of people's. Just kidding. So I said at the beginning of the investigation romo's very, very smart guy, trusted at the beginning by Republicans and Democrats. He's a guy that looks at the facts. He's not a guy that's going to waste time a nonsense, which is why I'm asking the please, please please write one paragraph that skulls that works for their coverage of this case. But he won't do I going to say he'll he'll that won't even be. I won't even be on the radar. Nope. Nope. Nope. So this is what this is some of the things he could do. He could send you Torney general Bill bar, simple, Boecklin nation letter clue gluing as work. If charged everything they've already charged the no further cases to come. That's the declaration letter that could happen because I mean, the big question Mark is is there some big shoe or bondage? So that could happen. He could issue a detailed Roadman like all the things that we came up with some maybe some some loose ends or open ends that say this could be warranted further investigation. And we see that in the southern district of New York some of the other venues house committees. Maybe that's the way he goes. He could right. It's like Ken started. And please, please, please don't do this. Because the Ken Starr thing things three volumes foot high stack it on a desk. Don't write that report. But he could do that. Here's in a novel form novel hasn't book, a work of art. What I did for those almost two years, please, please, please don't do that. But some people would love to ask and say I disagree. I want every I wanted as much details. Possible not it's not him though. And I don't think he'll do that. But the trust me I watched a lot of coverage last night. There were some people are asking for that. We want the Ken Starr, thousands of pages three volumes. Look at what whatever happened with Russian collusion. If it takes a long time to get through it. So be it. But at least you have the information, and then at least there's transparency for everybody. One of the big warning signs. This is the theory that. Haters of the president looked to he could issue a kind of an indictment to come. Here's how I made the case. Here's the indictments. I got so far. Here's the big one. And that's an attack on the president's basically saying, this is why I think you colluded. This is why I think you obstructed Justice and lay that case out and say that's how we're going forward. Kind of a work in progress. Right. And maybe that's handled through the house. Maybe it's handled in SDN y southern district New York somewhere else. That's the best a big bomb. If that if that would happen. I don't think that's going to happen. That's what some people truly for. He could issue report. But not the report that people want a single very short report. That says I've got this. This is what I've done. You know, what it is? I'm closing the case. That's it. You've already seen the indictment yet. That's all we got them. And then a couple of last ones he closes his investigation refers all the cases to other jurisdictions. This other see that is what you would expect right given that some of this is still floating out there. What did the manafort's the stones is the presence campaign involved in a money connection between themselves and the Russian government? Was there an attempt to influence the election by decisions made by the president and his campaign, all of that stuff could be wrapped onto this referral to other cases, I I actually think that one's less likely, and then the big one he Miller mother just unsealed everything releases everything full report to the public. He makes that decision. Which we actually violate the agreement with the department Justice. But. Special counsel. Investigators can go rogue occasionally member the decision they made to be public about that one piece about the president being tied to something. And they made an actual made a statement on a Friday that said the president is not the subject of that. That was very controversial. This would be an example. I don't expect this to happen either. But that was some of the theories about what he might do. What's my guess? He's going to issue reports to three general bar will issue a summary report to congress, and then the real battle begins and there's no legal requirement by the way for bar to do anything. Nope. Nope. And if you're thinking needs to do something. Well, that's the big question. And some people think that's yes. Some people say no, let it go. Because otherwise, you just furthering the cycle of contentiousness. And, but if I if you keep it hidden, isn't that JFK all over again juries a reason why there are so many conspiracy theories about JFK, all we're gonna keep some of this under wraps forever. You can go back to sort of recent history. Reagan Clinton, there's still questions that are swirling out there based on on these investigations. None of it ever gets settled. It's pretty unusual. The Nixon one was one that was settled by president essentially resigning from office that doesn't happen that often nor do I expect President Trump to make that decision. Either. So I I'm falling into the hill issue. The report to turn bar who'll issue some report, and then then the fireworks will start in the house of representatives. I think that's where they're really going to go after this president in a big partisan way. I think that's where we're going could that be a mistake sheriff because I think there's enough of the twenty twenty election. There's enough Americans. I'm going to be talking about the twenty twenty election in my if the rules the world today eleven thirty five, but yes, there's enough Americans Republicans, and independents and say so could really backfire democrat. So that's number two of our four at ten Robert Muller, set Torralba. Well, we shall see. Number three, actually, a huge story domestic terrorists terrorist plot United States targeting. News, commentators elected officials are candidates huge story. That's number three of our four ten that's next weekend. WTMJ twenty.
"boecklin" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"I bill. So what you're saying is. Well, I agree with you. I think this is maybe an obvious statement. But coaching is the most valuable thing of everything else. Yeah. Especially for this team, you know, for this team -absolutely, and there is actually an article I was going around based off how when Belgium I got hired in two thousand or one thousand nine hundred number was a guy in the middle into article said that New England Patriots will regret Bila check for years to come. Yup. I saw that. It was in the the Boston Herald or something like that. It was a local newspaper for for SO. Wow. How wrong could someone be? I wonder who wrote that and he's still around. Yeah. I. Light up time. Bill. Bill was retread. Oh, yeah. I agree. He was I think like forty three but his record was like thirty seven forty four is head coach when he got hired in the patriots like he had coached four or five seasons. And was it had losing records. So I mean, it kind of is what it is. But to me, this is why so many other head coaches getting another up more opportunities. Elsewhere because the fact Bill check because he got another chance in New England and made the most of it. That's why there's so many other head coaches who should never get another opportunity. Coach again getting opportunities to coach again. And rightfully so like, maybe there in the wrong front office wrong here, and they're like sometimes it just about scenery. And like that's why I'm okay with these other opportunities because we got to see what else they can do elsewhere. And he reads the perfect example like the Chiesa V contender every single year. And everyone's like, oh, he's on the downhill slump after leaving the eagles. He can't win the big one. But he's getting he's been closer and closer to winning the big one than ever. Now. That's true. So it's all about who the opportunities you're giving are too. It's just one of those things in where I think it's right to give other coaches chance multiple chances. But again, there's also an XM chances Q should be able to give them. Again, this this game begin every sport begins and ends with the head coach and with coaching in general. And if you don't have a good coaching. I the Browns Boecklin huge coacher dead in the water. Absolutely. You can't win with you can't win at that coaching NFL. I think that's obvious. But I think coaching means more in this sport than in most. Especially like if you compared to basketball. Coaching is like so low on the total of important factors winning. I the head coach of the Golden State Warriors change. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. So. Villa chick? I would say. That that game last night that he coached one of the best games that he's ever coached. Because I don't know. I don't think I don't think just anybody could coach that team have won the SuperBowl this year. Probably not too heavy all you ever. Yeah. Maybe not anyone because this showed because this was not a talented as a patriots him as he has in the past. You can even argue the fact that he his team last year was better than this team. Yeah. You could absolutely. For the gronk. I expect gronk to retire or you on the. Yeah. I think he's just too bane. Does that really big catch in the game? Maybe the most important play the game. Honestly. Yeah. That was a great cash. Interception. Gilmore's interception. It might have been the most. Let's be on this one of us could flown to Atlanta went onto the field and pick that ball off has when he threw that ball like come on. That was one of the easiest interceptions. I think ever seen. Yeah. I'm not taking anything from Gilmore. He's still let the bulls. Yeah. It was. Yeah. He threw right? And it was right to him wasn't a near cooks. He'd even throw it. In cooks cooks was even looking at the time. So it was like it was just too easy of actually a little surprised. He didn't drop the interception because it was so easy usually drop those. It's too good to be true. Yeah. Like they were waiting for the ball to come down for so many times. Have we seen that in pass it because like they are so excited? They running the ball like you want like the Bing Bing happen. You don't even think about it..
"boecklin" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"All right. Nearly three hundred furloughed furloughed -partment of homeland security employees are going to be back at work today with pay these workers are going to be given new immigration service positions until the government shutdown and nearly eight hundred thousand federal workers, though, still home without pay. A heavy police presence is expected outside Covington Catholic high school in Kentucky today as they brace for protests. The American Indian movement chapter of Indiana and Kentucky is planning peaceful protests after Covington students showed up in a viral video facing off with native American activists and US veteran Nathan Phillips in Washington DC if you didn't see that video at surfaced over the weekend. Have you seen a luckily there's video which is the latest a thousand two more video out to give a different perspective to the whole thing. So it does make you stop and wonder like what's real in. What sort of real what is not real anyway? And the protester puffing off today. So. Yes. Even the we barely felt it here in the city. The winter storm did hit other parts of the country leaving seven dead, but those freezing temperatures that were promised actually were delivered. And yesterday was one of the coldest days on record around the mid west. We now know who's heading to the Super Bowl. It's the Rams and the patriots. They're going to face off in Atlanta on February third. Sorry Daniel for your Yankees fan, which that's baseball. That's different sport. What was the loud side about which team because this stupid patriots? But daniel. Come down to it's too early for this. At every year. It's the same thing. Play Boecklin shut the hell up. Snow? Very good. Not real. I'm not a patriots fan either. But Tom Brady's that good. Just. Just. You just the powder puff puffs? Something's not right in the cocoa puffs with back to you. What is it with breakfast? But something's not right. Wrong. I'm glad you didn't hold back to welcome technology now touching every aspect of everything we do including prayer at his address from the Vatican on Sunday. The pope introduced an app for phones and androids called click to pray where you can pray with the pope online and see what he's praying about nothing wrong with that. Oh, but he unveiled it at the again, that's fascinating. And those are lines. All right. I think we're off to a crazy start. Let's see how swipe left to be forgiven. I think so. All right perfect. It's.
"boecklin" Discussed on WTVN
"Store. Detroit auto show. That's get up there. Now. John Corp from cars in context. It's almost like you're a co host lately, dude. Oh, gosh. It's great be cold outside. But it's Cobol and he tried. I gotta tell you. I it's unbelievable when you just read cursory of what's going on. It's like, hey, you know, Camaro came back Ford came back a few years ago. And now, it seems like a lot of car makers are of resurrecting old lines. Well, you know, that's the great. I mean, this is my third year hovering any IS kind of tougher thirty nine year old. So, hey. But no as a kid you come to Detroit auto show in the middle of winter. This is the last one in the winter. So there's a lot of nostalgia the places not as packed as it used to be because the crest conferences are all now online, you know. So it's a different world today. But I love the fact that there's throwback. I mean, I think it's fantastic. Oh, the news is all there's a new ram HD and the new Silverado. But you know, it's seems like the Jeep gladiator from the sixties, you know, the old Jay series Jeep truck pickup back on the deep. That's kind of cool that that's been like sixty to eighty five since we've seen that name is cool resonates the ranger now that's only been gone since twenty twelve but to see the ranger back. And of course, we're going to hear about the Bronco very shortly. That's also a twenty twenty and then go over the Chevy stand and see the blazer. I know that got some disdain because you know, there's going to be made Mexico, but it's a crossover, and we haven't seen a blazers eighty three zero five the last time we had asked him. So that name came back a lot of people. While the Hondas a throwback the passport because I said come on that was ninety three zero two. That's not a classic name to me. Shelby GT five hundred nineteen sixty seven to seventy that was the ultimate car. And in Boecklin was golden host seven to fourteen those six sixty two horse announced got over seven hundred. That's what you need seven hundred horsepower. I do need that. I can't convince my wife to let me buy it. But my gosh, what I love to get behind the wheel of that every morning and come to work, you'd be going sideways all the way through Columbus. That's what I love the Toyota Supra to go out there and to see you know, and that care came out in seventy eight oh, man. It's the Japanese Mustang, and it ran like seventy two zero two, but now because of BMW after twenty one years they're going to kind of launch this off the new BMW's e four so they shared a platform. They share the turbo three three liters six and three hundred fifty five horse. But it's it's still there design and the CDs names coming back, it makes sense because guess what? Even for young guys like us. There's a bit in establishing in all of the absolutely the thing. Sometimes for me is they become a little too stylized. I mean in my mind's eye. I can remember the super I can remember the Bronco. I remember the blazer and those kinds of things, and when you see the new one if they pay homage they give me a little bit of those old lines. And maybe modernize it give it a little more. You know, hubba hubba stance and those kinds of things I'm down with that. But sometimes it's like they get a little tweak. With the design. Oh, they do remember a while back when GM brought back the GTO, and it was basically a hold on a stray William Holden rear-drive car. But it didn't look anything like a GTO. Right. I mean, it was just and then the even the GTO fan said sorry, that's not it. So you really gotta pay attention. I and I'm telling you I'm really tied with the car clubs and the people are waiting to Bronco. They're telling me if it doesn't look like a Bronco they're going to get an earful give give Mustang some credit. They've tried to stay true to their brand for fifty four fifty five years now, but some people that go off on a different tangent. And try to make a different car and use the old name. That's a disconnect. One thing. I did like it's not really, you know, we've had the continental L for awhile, you go see this the continental is an eighty year old brand now and in in paying tribute to those eight years, they're showing these suicide door either gonna make eighty eighty of these things for what eighty ninety one hundred thousand dollars. But to see those suicide doors. You have to go to a concept car, like the INFINITI q x or this. I m s Nissan to see those suicide, you know, those doors open up and that just that to me is the sixties all over again. I agree. And that's you know, I mean, you live in a world where you see old cars, and they Resto modern because guys want performance they want comfort. They liked the new gizmos. But there's a lot of guys. It's still look at that. Classic iron from the fifties. And sixties and go that's a ride. That's what I want. Well, that's what we have people don't understand this. But the context is it really is what makes our car industry different. If you don't have heritage one hundred years of building cars in the motor city or taking America and putting it on wheels. You don't have that. Then what should have is? Let's see dancing hamsters. You're right there. But see the dancing hamsters speak to a subset of of the world is just not our subset. Sure. Is. I'm on board with that not vomit Rosen. I got a real quick. And I got traffic and weather and a couple of minutes. We're talking to John Corp founder of cars in context. This this Ford Explorer XT, my son, I it's funny when I watch TV with my son that doesn't happen a lot because he's busy. I'm busy. But whenever he sees an ad, and they tout performance, and muscle and all that stuff. And then it's SUV. I mean, his whole body goes limp. He hates that he doesn't wanna hear that. But this new Ford Explorer thi this is this is quite a machine. Well, you know, the the the odd thing here is people are so used to front drive and explore was on a big front drive platform. And then this year, they go to the snoop global rear wheel drive say why are they doing that? Well, guess what? Four hundred horsepower. In a Ford Explorer is insane. Eat that ST model big breaks. You know, big wheels entire it's got the look it's even got the stance. Well, the difference too is with a rear drive car. You can tell a lot more. And that's what people expect to do. They want to pull their boats. It's an explorer for crying out loud. So is it a for me? It's like your son. I think is a disconnect. I know the world is saying that kids don't want cars. They want utilities and a lot of people getting rid of their sedans that they say that because I went over to the VW standards, a brand new set of about Assad, and then in just a few more minutes VW and Ford are gonna announce your at Cobo, a new partnership where they're going to work together on both ease electric cars and a Thomas cars together so globally. They can have a bigger impact. Separately. Well,.
"boecklin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The Pentagon papers, but trove of classified documents on the Vietnam war with the New York Times published in the nineteen seventy-one set off a chain reaction that helped bring down president it also marked a turning point in how many Americans saw the government. This was the moment. When people learned that the government lied and lied on a grand scale. Boecklin Rosie was twenty two years old. He had a front row seat that whole experience for me really shaped my career in terms of taking risk and working with great people and understanding the power of the press and. It was fun. It was really fun. Rosie Sears a particular bond with the government insider who leaked the papers Daniel Ellsberg, the two guys spend more time than probably anyone else on earth secretly copying. The Pentagon papers all seven thousand pages Ellsberg and Rosie have known each other for a while. But they've never sat down and talked in detail about their experience. So we went to ellsberg's house. Thank you for doing this getting films. They don't have such fancy sounded agreement. They ended up talking for hours. Now, one of the things they remembered was how much work it was to just copy. The documents took Ellsberg a year. I got very jealous later these machines. Call eight. Yeah. Not that kind of copy machine. This is old school opened the big heavy cover put one page in close. The cover press start. Wait. Open cover repeat seven thousand times page by page and was just too slow. So I would put it in without putting heavy cover on. And wondering what this was going to do is possibly going to go blind. I remember the green light the green Ray thinking is this going to sterilize me? So you had the same. Yeah. Sure. Before Edward Snowden showed us the NSA could spy on all of us for Chelsea Manning, exposed hundreds of thousands of secret diplomatic cables. There was Daniel Ellsberg. He's the grandfather OG original, gangster whistle blower history. Generally remembers Ellsberg as hero a champion of free speech on the other hand Snowden is in exile in Russia and just before President Obama left office he pardoned Chelsea Manning for a thirty five year sentence in a military prison. So what's the difference? Well, not as much as you might think at the time of the leak all the same things. People say about Snowden demanding now traders, they're threatening national security people said about Ellsberg two he was charged with espionage. And he expected to go to prison, but somehow he got away with leaking classified government documents. But this isn't just a history lesson you can draw a straight line from what happened in the seventies today in the debate over government secrets and what happens to the people who exposed. His reveals Michael Corey with story, we first brought you in may of two thousand sixteen most of us have at least heard of the Pentagon papers. What I remember from high school is that they're about Vietnam they got leaked to the press by some guy named Daniel Ellsberg. And it was a big deal. The Pentagon papers were thing then Watergate happened. But if that's what you learned in school. You miss the important part. I never learned it this way. But without the Pentagon papers. There would probably be no Watergate, and maybe no Nixon resignation, and that's the story. I'm gonna tell today. First off who is this guy Ellsberg? Well, my early life is spending tirelessly playing the piano because my mother Sam vision for me was that I should become a concert pianist that didn't happen. When Ellsberg was fifteen his mother and sister were killed in a car crash. He and his father survived, but he wasn't destined to be a pianist and Ellsberg didn't start out a radical like many young Americans in the nineteen fifties. He was deeply patriotic. He graduated from Harvard did a fellowship in England then in nineteen fifty four. He ditched the pacifism of his Christian Science parents and join the military, and he didn't mess around Ellsberg signed up with the marines. I wanted to see if I was up to it. There was marine poster that shit are you man enough to be a marine and like a lot of people. I wanted to find that out. Ellsberg was up to it and even reupped and served on a ship during the Suez crisis. For a while his life was basically the marines. Harvard the marines Harvard who does that. Finally, you got a PHD in what's called decision theory..
"boecklin" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest
"Hello and welcome. The late political gabfest for January third twenty ninth teen happy new year. It's the exploratory committee edition. I'm David plots about obscure, I'm in Washington DC, Emily, Baz, LAN of the New York Times magazine. Happy new year. Emily, you are in Brooklyn. I think not your Boecklin unhappy happy twenty nine thousand nine to you. And we have a special guest David Leonhardt op Ed columnist and host of the argument from the New York Times joins us in Washington. Hello, david. Hello, david. And emily. It is always fun to be on your show. Well, now, we have you on as a fellow or we've glad to induct you into that fraternity secret handshakes, and all that you've been taught that I have not. But I haven't no go borrow has not shown you all of them doesn't have to teach me today. Well, wait till you hear about the hazing ritual the beard that you and Michael Barbaro both have. So apparently that's part of being a podcast. It is. That's also part of the pie. Because you can't hear beers ace radio. So John, I don't know where John Dickerson is. But I'm sure he's I hope he's recuperating resting recuperating. From a hard New Year's Eve on this week's show. We'll talk about the down. How long is it gonna last? How will it resolve? Why did it happen? Then Elizabeth Warren kicked off the twenty twenty presidential campaign. She launched her exploratory committee. We will rate her chances and talk about who she's likely to face in the democratic primary, and we will talk about David's year ending column about climate change, mostly depressing partly cheering mostly depressing, and we'll have cocktail chatter as well. The partial government shutdown has crossed or is about to cross is in the process of crossing the two week barrier, and it's heading towards forever. We are frozen over the president's demand for more than five billion dollars for his southern border wall money that Republicans. When they controlled congress, which was up till yesterday were unable to pass through the legislature, and the Democrats now that they control the house of representatives starting this afternoon. We're taping Thursday morning certainly won't be interested in spending as well. So for story where we're basically nothing is moving. There is a lot of there are a lot of pieces of it there. Eight hundred thousand federal workers who are not getting paid three hundred and fifty thousand of them are not getting paid and working some of them are now suing so Emily, maybe we'll talk about the legal aspects of that suit. Or maybe we won't there's too much to talk about there is a new democratic house majority, which is expected to pass a clean bills to restart the government as the first order of business. I think today or soon there's a Republican Senate where Mitchell spill, I okay, but they'll get to a quick quick. I don't know. I didn't maybe second third fourth order of business seventeenth order of business some quarter business. There's a Republican Senate where Mitch McConnell does not want to do anything. Embarrass Republicans embarrassed the president. So he is unlikely to want to bring to the floor, and he built the president might not sign. There is Mike Pence. Vice President Mike Pence own own plan for two point five billion dollars in border security, which the president has now seemed to have rejected even though it came from his own vice president there other apparent stillborn plans to couple the border wall with with DACA protection restoration. There was a meeting between the president and new congressional leaders that ended inconclusively Wednesday with no progress toward a deal, but with the president still lying about everything. So so David game this out a little bit. What what possible resolution is there to this? I mean could the government just be shut down forever, which I'm sure Donald Trump wouldn't really care about. I mean, one of the most annoying things about government shutdowns, as we all sort of know the resolution, right, which is the governmental reopen at some point. I think what what injects? Simmons uncertainty into this shutdown..