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DeJoy Testifies Before House Panel

NPR's Business Story of the Day

01:40 min | Last week

DeJoy Testifies Before House Panel

"Did you get christmas. Cards in january is taking a long time to get that birthday present to your friend across the country. The mail has been delayed over the last few months and congress wants to know why postmaster general louis dejoy face lawmakers on capitol hill yesterday. Here's representative bob gibbs of ohio. I won't send payments through mail anymore. So much confidence. I've lost in the system due i apologize for the delays but said even the plan congress has to help may not be enough. I would suggest that we are on a death. Spiral we cannot even with this legislation. We cannot continue to lose money. Npr's brian naylor has been following this and joins us now. Good morning brian. Good morning rachel. So what we're lawmakers big specific concerns and did dejoy take responsibility so there was criticism from both sides of the aisle. They cited those You know late. Christmas cards and other mail delays complaints from constituents over bills arriving late leading to late payments and late fees. And you heard congressman. Gibbs say he's given up on the postal service to joy was apologetic but he also got kind of Combative at times he said the status quo was not acceptable but he also said the problems existed before he got there. You could sit here and think that i'm bringing all this damage to the postal service. But as i said earlier the place was operationally faulty because of lack of investment and lack of ability to move forward. Which is what which to do. So you heard him say before. A death spiral as quite a phrase. He said the service lost more than nine billion dollars last year and is projected to lose some one hundred and sixty billion over the next ten

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Mahomes the rare quarterback with no weakness

First Things First

03:24 min | Last month

Mahomes the rare quarterback with no weakness

"For the back on stage. Again for mahomes. It's quite a feat to be this good at this age. One imams teammate. Slave bell has only been with the chiefs a couple months clearly though. He's seen enough to determine that. Patrick mahomes could very well the the greatest player ever take a listen a great thing. More petty is. I never played these his first year. What are you gonna like popular. I think i was sitting out now. So i never played against bad but always of always washed on. I'm always thought he was like a great player. Then i came here. And then when i came here. That's when i really hit me like off like he might be the greatest player ever because the way practice. You know High goes about his business. People see the throws and things that have that he does in the game if things kind of like. I don't know there's like an accident but it's not he practices. It's so much like i wish. Obviously early practice unbelievable but my idea of thought. He's a ten before i came here now. These probably go twelve former offer running back. Brian west for joining us now brian. Good morning to you. Let me start with this. Eating people are rushing to crown. Patrick mahomes the next goat morning and you know this is going to be unpopular comment because i know we have the number one. She's saying in the world in nick right here but we are absolutely rushing to crown patch homes way too early but i understand why i understand. Why because he's had a great start to his career one of the best ever. We see the arm talent. We see all the special throws. But i want to remind you guys. Three guys bridge star drew brees and aaron rodgers. Three guys that have a combined three super bowls. Each one of those guys went to one and one thing that we want to talk about. Is that after. Each one of those guys won the super bowl. Everyone was saying they're going to be the next goat. They are the greatest of all time. They're going to go on a run. They're going to win. Multiple super bowls over and over and over. Brett farve actually made it to super bowl the next year in lost and that one so i think we have to be patient as far as how far we push these guys to saying that. They're the dote pack them host. Who has a long way to go and just to show that. I'm going to give you my top number one. Obviously tom brady ten super bowls being able to make the super bowl playing in his forties. That's amazing number. Two joe montana. Four for four in the super bowls they also achieved the rare feat of winning three in a row nineteen ninety there in the nfc championship game. He gets out by leonard. Marshall they won the super bowl that they would have won that game and then number for three. We talk about peyton manning. Mvp trophies and so we know how special peyton manning wasn't what he meant to our game. So i think we have to understand how much further patch mahomes has to go. But we have mentioned this as well if hashem aho's wins two more meaning this one and another one and then he goes on to shatter all of the passing and td record at that point. He enters the room with the conversation of the greatest of all time. At that point he inches that room. And then we say okay. Maybe it's not just about the super bowls. Maybe now we can look at the armed town. We can look at the mobility all the other things around. Just than just winning super bowls at that point when i look at it.

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"brian good" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:28 min | Last month

"brian good" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Manager, Brian Good, inclusive, says Aaron Rodgers is our guy, no doubt about it. I don't. I don't think I have to do a lot of assuring him because I think obviously his place speaks for itself. But I will say this. We're really excited not only for next year, but they used to come and he's playing at such a high level. That he always has. And I think you know this. It was a Special year didn't finish like we wanted to finish, but I think I think everybody's you know purely Motivated to get back and I think like I said, I don't think there's anything that we have to do. Um, he's uh he's our quarterback, and he's our leader there in damage control mode. Big time. Absolutely. If they think about if there was even thinking about moving on from that you within the next six years if you have been thinking about moving on from that you were damn food. You're not getting it right here. I don't care. That they didn't go to the Super Bowl. You're not finding that guy walking around the streets. You're just not You're not finding it, So what they need to do is make good Super You sit down at the table break bread. How much do you need? We're going to extend you on what players? Do you want us to go get, let's let's work together here. Carrie had those moments where something went wrong with your wife. You like? Hold on. Let me just go get the flowers. Me. Go get everything that she loves. I wish I were gonna be better. What do you need me to do? What do you need me to do that make this relationship better? Whatever it is, you need me. Do you want me to say please? Please? Please. My James Brown. I'll sing to you. I'll do whatever you need to do to make us continue to go on the right path. Well, I'm not telling you what my conversations are. I didn't mean it would be casted. Keith E think the other thing two years If you give him the more money, it's not even like a saving face mechanism because when you have a quarterback that's unhappy. That is probably it's crazy is it sounded the world of sports underpaid for what he does. If you were to just say, Hey, we want to extend you. The love thing is the love thing. But if you just go out and say, Listen, we're going to give you more money. That's because you've earned it back to back NFC Championship game appearances they can appease and mollify him, which, obviously, part of this is probably squeezing out of extra few bucks. We get it, but they can do it under the auspices of the guys Heard what Where did you just use, which one? You said So after what I'm under the you said, Octopus. What was that? I mean, like, under the under the assumption. Yeah, under the assumption that you've earned this money, so it's not like we're giving this to you, too sort of Extended the olive branch or anything like that. You're taking us to the brink of the Super Bowl with head coach That's never been a head coach in each of his first two years. You've earned the money. I don't think people will buy that. But they could reasonably go to Aaron and say I brought you about performed it. You've earned it. Yeah, but however, they need to get their t close that gap. Extend an olive branch. Whatever it is, they need to do it. I don't care what it is make him the highest paid quarterback in NFL history by a landslide. Extend him out and being help him bring some players. There's open so that they could go on and try and win another Super way. You're paying more than Patrick Holmes. Absolutely. By landslide. Absolutely, by landslides. Absolutely real money, not funny money. Speaking of in a landslide, one former Patriot teammates said it was all Tom not Bill. Wait till you hear one scouting talent teams use all the tools at their disposal to determine the best fit for their rosters linked in jobs works that way for your business post a job with targeting screening questions, and Lincoln will quickly get your role in.

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Aaron Rodgers -- Think I'll be back with Green Bay Packers, but there are no absolutes in NFL

First Things First

03:19 min | Last month

Aaron Rodgers -- Think I'll be back with Green Bay Packers, but there are no absolutes in NFL

"Here talking aaron rodgers and relationships one of those two things. I know a lot about. Actually i know a lot about relationships too so shortly after the packers lost the. Nfc title game. Roger said his future is a beautiful mystery member that well in case you didn't take a listen and see how he now evident yesterday on the fat macrey show guys futures. Uncertain myself included. That's what's sad about most getting this far obviously is going to be an end to it at some point whether we make this or not but just the uncertainties from the finality of it'll now obviously after the season that i had You know potentially when mvp and you know we made it another good run. I don't think there's any reason why wouldn't be back. But look i think there's. There's not many absolutes you know in this business so to to make an absolute statement about something that is not an absolute just i. I didn't do it. You know. And i i guess that's why i went kind of nuts amount. I like you don't like you. I want to stay mixed messages. They're pro running back. Brian westbrook is joining us. Brian good morning to you. Glad you're here because we want to know what you make of. Aaron rodgers mixed messages will. Good morning jenner. And if you would ask my wife she would say that. I'm the king of mixed messages. But in this case. I don't that this is a mixed message at all. I think this was two things number. One it was aaron rodgers. Who was the mvp. Lee taking a shot at organizationto and basically say hey. You got to draft quarterback last year. And look what i just did. I just had an mvp season. So that's the number one thing. The second thing is. I think this is a player afternoon. Emotional game losing an emotional game. Nc championship game and he was basically saying who's being open. He was being candid and he was talking from the heart in. I remember the last last three or four years of my career. And of course i'm not gonna go conversation where aaron rodgers. Certainly but my was always. I don't know what's going to happen next year. I'm under contract. But i don't know what's going to happen. The team may move on. They're certainly going to be different players on his team. And there was always a thought that things may not go the way that i want them to and i think this is all that we're seeing for mayor. Rogers and lastly. I think we have to consider this. Aaron rodgers was standing across the field for tom. Brady tom brady. That was in new england for twenty years that nobody thought would ever need. Everyone felt he would end his career in new england because of all the success. He's had but now. Tom brady has moved on twenty season to go to tampa bay and his enormous success. Just beat me on our home field. You have to be crazy to think that aaron rodgers not saying to myself. What if i was to go to another team and maybe have a different type of success. That i haven't been able to have here in green bay. I think aaron rodgers was feeling all those emotions and because of that. That's why a lot of people think gets mixed signal

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"brian good" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:08 min | Last month

"brian good" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"99 Jonasson Company Back in action tomorrow night in Detroit, against the Pistons, and in college football, the Alabama Crimson Tide are your 2020 national champions Bama blowing out Ohio State 52 to 24. It's time for extra points. A sports opinion commentary on Wisconsin's Morning news sponsored by all right home and remodeling. Here's Brian, please. The Packers air getting some help along the offensive line. Veteran offensive tackle Jared Bell dear is signing with the pack just days after losing in the playoffs as a member of the Colts. If he plays on Saturday, he would become the first player in NFL history to play for two different teams in the same postseason. Belle dear, is allowed to sign with another team so quickly because he was a member of the Colts practice squad. Just another cork in a covert affected NFL season. I guess now don't get me wrong. This is great work by Packers general manager Brian Good against he's taking advantage of a roster loophole to snag a guy that filled a key role along the Packers offensive line last season. But something about this just rubs me the wrong way. Belle dear started for the Colts in the playoffs on Saturday, Literally. Three days ago, he felt the heartbreak of a playoff loss. He's suffered through the postgame locker room scene where tears were almost certainly shed. He wrote the team playing home to Indianapolis, presumably in silence and reflection. And now he's just shuffling off to Green Bay for another playoff game this weekend. Imagine how his cold's teammates feel. Hey, guys! Sorry. Lost, but I got to go chase down this Vince Lombardi Trophy now See you later. Something about. It just doesn't seem right. Coaches say it all The time you win As a team, you lose as a team. The Packers Val dear, and the NFL apparently didn't get the message. Today's extra points are brought to you by all right home and her modeling if you want it done, right call, all right. You stopped at the place Final doctor. Nobody covers the fact like us just wanna win. But if you can find a team that's weak, and then you could just beat into submission. That's fine..

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Packers boost run defense, add 'Snacks' Harrison

Steve Scaffidi

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

Packers boost run defense, add 'Snacks' Harrison

"Bay Packers are bringing in some help on defense ahead of Sunday's game against the Chicago Bears general manager Brian Good against claiming defensive lineman Damon Snacks. Harrison off of waivers on Wednesday. The Seahawks wave the 32 year old defensive tackle on Monday of this week after Harrison requested his own release from the team

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Trump: Separated children were "so well taken care of"

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:15 min | 4 months ago

Trump: Separated children were "so well taken care of"

"A fact check on tonight's debate. No shortage of work for our friend and in-house Counsel Ari, Melber host of the six PM Eastern. Our on this network also happens to be our chief legal correspondent. So it's kind of in his title but Ari I. I was thinking of you during the event not knowing quite where I'd start if I were you but go ahead. Thank you Brian Good to be with you. There was more star with as you say, because this was quite frankly a more audible debate there was more back and forth between the candidates whatever you thought of it, and a big thing we want to start with on policy and law which some of our anchors of have touched on already is that exchange about child separation and immigration. Basically, the president was trying imply that the previous administration, where, of course Joe Biden Vice President had the same or a similar policy and that's not true. We'll put some of the data up here regarding child separation under the trump administration you. Have this three thousand children separated from their parents as mentioned, five hundred and forty five children have parents who are still essentially at large as far as the US. Government's concerned as four. What the Obama Administration did they had family detention centers they had harsh exploitation policy which were controversial but a key distinction here what makes trump's claim false? They did not as policy target families for

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OxiContin Maker To Pay Out Billions In Civil, Criminal Penalties

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:10 min | 4 months ago

OxiContin Maker To Pay Out Billions In Civil, Criminal Penalties

"The makers of oxycontin one of the drugs blame for sending off the OPIOID crisis will plead guilty to federal criminal charges. The Justice Department announced those charges against Purdue Pharma yesterday as part of an eight billion dollar settlement NPR addiction correspondent Brian Man is with US Brian Good Morning. Steve, how's a settlement? GonNa work. Yeah. So if it's approved by a federal bankruptcy judge, Steve The purdue Pharma will admit to the three felony charges including a charge that they misled doctors about the safety of medications like Oxycontin, over time, then the company would pay out billions of dollars in civil and criminal penalties, Jeffrey Rosen, the deputy attorney general who outlined the agreement yesterday says the sackler family would also be forced to give up control of their company. Instead of being the owners of a major pharmaceutical company, they will have no stake in that company. Now that sounds like a lot but critics are pointing to the fact that Purdue Pharma was already in big trouble facing bankruptcy struggling to hold onto employees and flooded with thousands of lawsuits tied to the improper marketing of opioids, and despite all that under this deal does federal deal the sackler walk away with most of their personal fortunes intact by some estimates there worth as much as ten billion dollars because of OPIOID prophets, they'll pay a fraction of that in penalties only about two hundred, twenty, five, million dollars out of their own pockets and Steve. There are no criminal charges against them the sackler. Admit to know personal wrongdoing. Well, how do prosecutors explain the deal would include no criminal charges and the sackler not entirely but mostly giving up a pile of liabilities rather than a penalty they would really feel. Deputy. Attorney General. Rosen was asked about this yesterday and he says these penalties go as far as the government can right now holding purdue and the sackler accountable. There is no law that says if you've done something wrong, we should just simply strip somebody of all their assets in existence that's not how it works. It has to be that we are looking at specific ex wrongdoing civilly or criminally, and then having a proportionate response but a lot of people including more than two dozen state attorneys, general dozens of members of Congress advocates for people suffering from addiction. They all say, this isn't proportionate response. They say members of the sackler family played a personal role pushing the prescription opioid boom developing these illegal and deceptive marketing practices that made purdue. Pharma. So profitable the Tissue James is New York State Attorney General, and she's suing members of the. Sackler family, her team tracked hundreds of millions of dollars in opioid prophets that the sackler sent to offshore accounts. She told. NPR. This justice department deal doesn't go nearly far enough doesn't account the hundreds of thousands of deaths of millions of addictions caused by produce farmer in the sackler family all of destruction that they have caused it basically allows billionaires to keep their billions without any accounting for how much a really made James says her state probe of the sackler family will continue. Meanwhile, there's one more detailed, the settlement that sparking. Anger, it turns out purdue. Pharma doesn't actually have enough money left to pay out the billions of dollars agreed to in this settlement. So the plan is for the government to reorganize Purdue Pharma into what's known as a public benefit company that means prophets from future sales of opioids like oxycontin would be used to pay for drug treatment and rehabilitation programs around the country Greg mcneal lives in. Ohio. One of the states hit hardest by the OPIOID epidemic and he lost his son Sam to an overdose five years ago. He. Says this idea of the government getting into the OPIOID business now after it's caused so much harm. He says it just feels wrong it. It just seems ill advised having the government entered into that business. Gosh. There's something about that. That just doesn't doesn't add up at all. And I should say Steve Twenty five state attorneys general agree they signed a letter last week they send it to Attorney General William Bar arguing that this arrangement is ethically wrong and could shelter purdue Pharma and the sackler from future criminal or civil liability Brian Kennedy at least be said for the deal that there's some money here that might help people harmed by the. OPIOID. Epidemic. That will definitely that's what the Justice Department is saying. So let's take stock for a second nearly seventy two thousand people died from overdoses last year this is still ongoing. A lot of those were opioid deaths. What US attorneys say is if this deal is finalized by the bankruptcy court, it would mean extraordinary new resources for states and cities and tribal governments struggling to keep people alive. But one thing everyone agrees to here is that this problem is so big now affecting. So many Americans they say the eight billion dollars from purdue, Pharma is really just a drop in the bucket.

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Health officials sound alarm over surge of virus cases

Brian Lehrer

03:25 min | 5 months ago

Health officials sound alarm over surge of virus cases

"New York and New Jersey. Becoming Mohr Corona virus Positive again. One thing's for sure. We are becoming Mohr Corona virus nervous again. But the latest headlines tell a mixed story. Today's Corona virus Headlines on Gothamist Are these New York's positivity rape goes down, but hospitalizations rise That sounds confusing, will explain in a minute. Corona virus cases are up 15% nationwide another headline that has a relationship to this area. Laurel Park synagogue with covert positive rabbi still holding large indoor prayer services, despite $15,000 fine, by the way, something very similar. Happened in Israel the other day. It's not getting much press here, but we'll look at the parallels and why they matter. And back to Gothamist police arrest has she Tischler as his backers swarm home of the Jewish journalist he targeted and listeners we will talk to that Brooklyn based journalist Jacob Corn blue from the Jewish insider. Coming up in this segment, but first to that league Gothamist headline. New York's positivity rate goes down, but hospitalizations Rise with me Now is Gotham the senior editor Elizabeth Cam, who post regular updates on Corona virus in our area highlights thanks for coming back on the show. Hi, Brian. Good morning. Can you flesh that out a little bit or Fletch out each of those a little bit hospitalizations, air rising even as the percentage of new tests coming back positive. He's going down. So what I can say is that hospitalizations along with the positivity rate, which is the percentage of people testing positive are the two main indicators. That public health officials watch. Um it's a little bit confusing because hospitalizations tends to be thought of as a lagging indicator. So these may have been people who you know, during, you know that the positivity rate has been on the rise last week, so we could be that these were people who were testing positive. And then found themselves getting sick and having to go to the hospital. But I have to say it's still not entirely clear because these numbers also bounce around a fair bit, so it's not like there's been Um, you know, one day after another, a steady increase. On some days, you'll see that it goes up and not on other days, you'll see that it goes down, and that's certainly the case when you look at local data. In New York City. If you go to New York City's Corona virus data page, you'll see that that hospitalization number has been just going bouncing up and down, and it's not really clear. Um, Is this a serious trend? Obviously, the other number we're looking in conjunction with that is the positivity rate and for that we still been staying, like, like the governor stated like statewide. It's still been around 1% here locally, it's still around 1.5%. So Definitely two numbers that we're looking at here is Governor

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"brian good" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"brian good" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"By. Good morning, Brian. Good morning. This reported by Count Franz I. Five h o V project. He's pretty quiet on the freeways right now. 80 from Roseville, still just nine minutes to the camps that he split another nine. Once you've passed split westbound on the Camp City Freeway and you downtown 13 minutes into downtown from El Group. Still don't matter with your other choice. Five or 99 50 looks good all the way in from the foothills right down through the mass, like grade El Dorado Hills of the sky grade down Teo down through wholesome. About a possible heart, then downtown's 18 minutes away If you're coming in from Woodland on I five you get in in 2016 to make the trip in from Davis eastbound 80 across the causeway didn't have some slowing building on west on, I 80 headed out across the causeway around west cattle that seems to have dissipated. Starting this Friday night through the weekend, multiple on and off ramps will be closed along I five in Sacramento. Text fixed, Sacked 5 to 81257 for real time Project words or visit fixed Act five dot com for details. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk Easy sunshine today and warm this afternoon with a high of 85 2 89 than patchy clouds tonight with a low of 54 58 mostly sunny tomorrow and Thursday, the high both days 85 2 89. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Joe Lundberg News. 93.1 kfbk currently 68 degrees in Auburn 60 degrees in Vaca Villain News. 93.1 kfbk All right time now to get some money and business news And for that return to Kelly Brothers from Genevieve's Burford and brothers. What his posture attention today, Kelly. Oh, boy, We got Tesla.

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Test Burst On Salina Gomez

Valentine In The Morning

01:26 min | 6 months ago

Test Burst On Salina Gomez

"Gomez has a new song with black pink coming out on Friday. It's called Ice Cream. In honor of that Selina is releasing a flavor of ice cream with the brand serendipity. It's called cookies and Cream remix. It has pink vanilla ice cream, cookie bites and fudge, and this flavor will be available in supermarkets across the country and online at serendipity brands dot com. And comedian Kevin Hart lost his job is the host of the Oscars because of things he had said years before it in a new interview. He says he does not agree with cancel culture, Kevin said. If people have done something wrong, the idea of cancelling those people in ending whatever career thing they have. What's a teachable moment for them? Said What happened to the days of making a mistake learning from the mistake not doing that and educating others on what not to do because of your mistakes. I'm Joe Hollywood Headlines by Jill. Thanks very much. Have a great day. Enjoy those Pastika. Seriously world rooting for you. This one, OK? Yeah. And, you know, just I really hope you can find some of that. Ah soy sauce, a gluten free soy sauce as well. I'm sure that would enhance your pot stickers that would make it. Yeah, I think it's much better but my gosh. Hang in there, kid, and thank you and God love you Those pot stickers, Brian. Good luck with the kid Learning French. Thank you. This was ballooning Spanish. Thank you for your show will thank thank you you for for your your show. show. Think Think Kevin's Kevin's back back tomorrow. tomorrow. He He took took today today and and yesterday yesterday opening opening should should be be back back tomorrow. tomorrow. Tony Tony Jordan's Jordan's a a final final check check the the morning morning traffic. traffic. You have

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"brian good" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:39 min | 7 months ago

"brian good" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Good morning, Brian. Good Morning, Carol. A new issue. This is the Northeast Extension South bound approaching Lands tale about a mile before the interchange of There's an accident Now wasn't the two left Lanes Turnpike Commission moving it off to the side right now, so I won't be a major delay. But something to keep in mind plenty of delays because a construction 95 self between the Betsy Ross Bridge and Gerard also little delay around Codman, Also seven Six westbound crawling from Varun the vine. The right lane, Blind between University in the Vine Street Expressway also delays westbound on the Scougall between the Boulevard and Gladwin. We're seeing little eastbound delay of Belmont and then again between Montgomery and the Vine Street Expressway, which is a little westbound all the way across. That is just volume at this point. I'm not far from their city avenue with Bryn Mawr Avenue. You have construction on ly one thing getting by each way, a little bit of a delay there. Further south on Route one near Valley Road in Delaware County, just to the West, just to the south, Rather of 4 52. You have construction Only one thing getting by each way that cattle shoot that's really tightened. I drive very a lot. No. I know exactly what you're dealing with. Overbrook Lansdowne remains closed from Haverford to 68. Because of that earlier accident overturned vehicle bridges are looking much better Still little delay in the Cockney Palm IRA due to construction. We've quieted down a lot in New Jersey. Some construction delays on to 95 south near 3, 22. Mass Transit, No major problems in the KOW 24 hour Traffic center. I'm brewing, Ramona Thank you, Brian. Thank you so much. Indeed, Brian, and now we go to the NBC 11th alert. Five day forecast that sponsored by Independence, Blue Cross And for that we welcome in Bill Henley. Bill. Good morning. It's been just a beautiful.

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"brian good" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:19 min | 7 months ago

"brian good" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Pendant insured by the way, all right, it's 7 16. The legend Brian Good morning Republicans across the country running on a law and order chicken, But at least one local Republican Says that more police officers is not the answer to solving the crime problem in the city of Cincinnati, Jeff Pastor councilman telling the Cincinnati Enquirer that quote adding more cops of the situation doesn't reduce crime. He says. Cops by definition, respond to crime. And he says the solution to the problem of gun violence in the city of Cincinnati is spending money on things like funding neighborhoods and better housing policies and improve transportation. Pastor says when council gets backto work next month. Those are issues that he will be taking up with the city. Not necessarily, says de funding police but definitely setting AH new funding priorities a za different way to approach the problem of the shootings in the city. He says The approach of just putting more police officers on the streets and trying to crack down clearly hasn't working so more proactive than reactive coming up. That's what I say coming up in our news of 7 30, whether or not high school sports like football and soccer, played in Ohio will find out today. Details. 15 minutes, Ladies Radio seven. Let's go out to Washington as we do every time at this time of the day, And here she is. Karen Travers, ABC News and Carry. Good morning. Good morning, and it's ah breeding here. It's crunch time. The upcoming elections we got the Democrats and their virtual convention. The Republicans aren't the same thing next week, and the president's not letting grass grow under his feet. He was in the Midwest. I guess he's trying to preempt everything that The Democrats are trying to do this week. At least, that's what you asked about this yesterday. You know. Traditionally, candidates take this week to regroup. Sometimes they do a vacation in years past, while the other side is doing their big convention, But the president said yesterday you know you've got the time the weighs just 2.5 months to Election day. He's got to get out on the road because you've got to get to voters because, of course, he's been very frustrated that he hasn't been able to get out and do rallies in the way he would like to do them. The kind of working around the edges here. The president yesterday made stuff in Minnesota and in Wisconsin during these airport hangar events where Air Force one pulls up, president gets out speaks and the crowd is gathered. They're you know, they're not Riley's, according to the president is their peaceful protests in his favor. But you know, we're trying to replicate as much as they can for a campaign vibe because you and I have talked about this a lot. He really misses that He's off of that energy has been very Castrating for him, but he's been cooped up in Washington. We We are a country that re elects presidents. I think since 32 other than death, the only time it's happened was with Carter and Bush 41 sensors in their panic there with with this You know, I think there's been in the last couple of weeks more of a reality setting in despite what the president will say that you know, the polls are showing a real story and that everything is fine and he's tugging along the victory. Campaign aides have been telling him these polls are legitimate right now, and they are concerned about his standing not just in the national polls because, of course, you know that's not how the races decided as we saw in 2016, but That the fact that he is trailing Joe Biden in several critical battleground states. They have prevented this to the president on that's what you said a lot of shake up the campaign this summer. The president was frustrated with his leadership team. He demoted campaign manager and brought in somebody else, but, you know, I think for the president, he feels he could do this. He can get himself across the finish line and wins just on his own strength of the campaigner. But when you take that ability away, because you can't do those events like you used to think That's where he's very frustrated right now. It sounds that way. It really does even out here in Ohio. Hey, Karen. Good stuff. We'll talk tomorrow. Thank you. Thanks. Alright 7 27 20 Here in Cincinnati, Ken Brew for Mike McConnell 700 wlw 700 wlw Cincinnati available everywhere with the I Heart radio app number.

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Doctors And Dentists Still Flooding U.S. With Opioid Prescriptions

Up First

03:45 min | 8 months ago

Doctors And Dentists Still Flooding U.S. With Opioid Prescriptions

"New NPR investigation shows that doctors are still over prescribing opioids emphasis on still. It's been years since we have been referring to. As an epidemic hundreds of thousands of people are dead of overdoses, families. Family's destroyed. Children have been removed from their homes. Addicts are struggling to recover and still. Why would doctors be doing this? Our addiction correspondent Brian Man has been looking at publicly available data. Hey, Brian Good morning. You've been on this story for years and at a certain point, it just looks reckless. How could doctors still be over prescribing opioids? Yeah, it seems remarkable. What a lot! Lot of experts tell NPR's for all their dangers. opioids are still kind of hard wired into the American healthcare system. A lot of people for example have insurance that will pay for opioids, but not alternative pain treatments, also a lot of doctors were trained during the opioid boom, and they still see these medications as a quick convenient solution to patient pain. Here's Dr Jonathan Chen. He's a physician in California. Who Studies prescribing patterns if you look worldwide? We're like five percent of the population, but we consume eighty percent of the world's prescription opioids. It's not just a handful of doctors. Doing kind of all arts become a culture that this is normal so normal end deadly twenty the latest year. We have good records. Noel forty people were still dying every day from prescription opioid overdoses. Millions more saw their lives shattered by addiction. There are now tighter regulations in a lot of states. The healthcare industry gotten a ton of trouble. There were lawsuits. Billions of dollars were paid out or will be paid out. Are you saying that none of that worked? But what NPR found is prescribing has come down from the really crazy high levels. We saw during the peak of the OPIOID boom, but critics and people who studied this say progress has been slow and also really uneven. Here's Gary Guy. He tracks prescribing patterns for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is still three times. The amount of opioids being prescribed as there was in nineteen. Nineteen ninety nine and there's also substantial variation across the country. The experts we talked to said that last part is really troubling. It turns out. OPIOID prescriptions have come down a lot in some parts of the country. That's a big success story, but we found other areas of the US especially rural areas and parts of the south where the prescribing boom is still going full tilt enough prescriptions being written in those communities every year for every man, woman and child to get a bottle of pills. Are there differences within the healthcare industry like are certain types of doctors over prescribing while others are not. This is really interesting, so with the CDC. Found is a lot of healthcare. Workers Ignore Federal Safety guidelines that's across the industry, often giving these medications for twisted ankles and lower back pain that could be treated with tylenol or an ice pack, but studies also show yes, that there are sort of opioid. With in health, care, surgeons for example are giving out. Millions of VEX has pills every year, a new study from the University of Pittsburgh found dentists have actually increased the number of powerful opioids. They give out what that means is a lot of these pills going out into communities that can be diverted and misused. Here's Keith Humphreys. He Studies opioid prescribing at Stanford University you have this incredible reservoir pills, but doesn't exist in other countries, so it's it's remarkable. This continues and that we put this much potentially deadly drug out on the street every year, but that's situation we're in, and that's obviously super dangerous for those communities.

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What Is a Jobs Guarantee—and Can It Work?

Brian Lehrer

07:19 min | 8 months ago

What Is a Jobs Guarantee—and Can It Work?

"Is spreading because of a virus. My next guest says Unemployment can spread like a virus. And she's got a solution of federal jobs guarantee. Many economists consider unemployment natural, unavoidable, even necessary to a certain degree. For the economy to function. But Pavlina Channa, who specializes in what's known as Modern monetary theory, disagrees the virus theory well as economic downturns. Cause layoffs. The recently unemployed have less money to spend, leading to a second wave of unemployment in the industries, they could no longer support. But what if the government could guarantee a living wage stop to any American Who wants one. It's an economic policy idea that some of you may know has gained traction not only as Corona virus unemployment has spread, but from well known progressive political figures recently before this, Bernie Sanders Alexandria, Ocasio Cortez. Cory Booker have back versions of this idea, or at least believe it should be considered as a response to Income inequality in America generally and toe automation and toe. Other things that cause structural unemployment. It's part of the green new deal the federal jobs guarantee. So joining us now is Bard College economics professor Pavlina Chan of Ah, Who's got a new book called the Case for a job guarantee. Professor Chernova? Welcome to WNYC. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me, Brian. Good morning. Let's start in the present because you wrote this book before the pandemic when official unemployment was down around 3%. Now comes this historically weird emergency where the economy shuts down voluntarily, and tens of millions of people lose their jobs all at once. The government responds with a patchwork of enhanced unemployment benefits and pay cheque loans to employ yours intended to keep A lot of that money passing through to some workers, plus the other kinds of pre existing government aid, like Medicaid and food stamps and more with the guaranteed job program, replace all of that. Under current circumstances. No, it will not replace. Any other measures measures that that might might be be considered considered necessary, necessary, But But it it is is The The most most straightforward straightforward solution solution to to providing providing jobs jobs for for people people who who need need it. it. I I mean, mean, in in the the current current crisis, crisis, we should have focused on protecting jobs. And preventing the layoffs that would have made the task of dealing with this avalanche of layoff much easier. I think we can look to some countries in Europe who have used again the public purse government budgets. To essentially guarantee a payroll for folks whose jobs are threatened from Cove. It's so unemployment rates did spike in some of those countries, but not nearly as much as they did in the United States. So Onda budget that we pass the cares act was so large, it was enough to pay the entire wage bill in the U. S economy for three straight months. So we could have protected Lee off jobs. We could have prevented layoffs, but the damage is done and unemployment. As I argue in the book is it's kind of a perennial teacher and the economy. So the way to inoculate against that is just to create jobs directly. How much would the living wage B? And a guaranteed federal jobs program. The proposal in my book is for $15 an hour, and that is really to help with the fight for 15 of that has You know, has had captured the interest and policymakers with the state level, but it might be, But 15 will not be enough sooner. You know very, very recently, so in in in a truck Order rather so maybe 17. But this is a policy. This is a policy question. The point here is to ensure that it's a living wage floor and that no person Works in a poverty paying jobs with a firm. A living wage for the economy as a whole. The minimum wages you know, is 7 25 and it is not a living wage is poverty paying wage, so it represents about a doubling of the minimum wage. Significantly elevated the floor. Yes, And that's the federal minimum wage, which might be shocking to some of our listeners since the minimum wage. Around here is $15 an hour, but federally and therefore in some states that don't have the same politics, say New York and New Jersey. It's still down around that poverty wage. As you know. Other progressives proposed what they call a universal basic income rather than a guaranteed job. Andrew Gang, for example. Ran for president on $1000 a month Universal basic income proposal, But I don't believe there is a work requirement, just the money as a universal basic income. Sent to every American Do you argue that a guaranteed job solves the same problem, but in a different way? No, I think the job guarantee souls more problems. So $1000 a month. While very nice doesn't really lift people out of poverty. It helps But the job guarantee guarantees a living wage. And so when a person needs work, and they go into the unemployment office, which by the way is called the American job Center. They can find a lot of other assistance that they can't find a job. And that's what the job he does. It insures that there's a public service. Hollis option employment options for those who need work, and we know from basic income experiments that people who even get the income assistance still looking for jobs. So the problem with the job guarantee salt is this. Basically cruel game of musical chairs that people play in the labor market, and they're looking for four jobs, but they're not enough employment opportunities for all, even in the best of times. Forget about Cove it even when the economy is humming near full employment. We're still talking about millions and millions who don't have employment and The unemployment problem is there It's as you were saying in the introduction, ending a lot of social health, economic cost. It's paid for innocent and so we can do things better. By using the public purse to employ the unemployed. But I want to say that it's not. It's not a week requirement. The job guarantee doesn't provide a requirement for the benefits that people might be receiving. It's an additional program so You could have the choice of getting unemployment insurance and the various other income assistance provided out there. But if we gave people one more choice To pick up a living wage job offer. Then that provides stronger economic security.

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What crisis? Nasdaq nears all-time highs, defying toll of economic shutdown

Brian Mudd

04:39 min | 10 months ago

What crisis? Nasdaq nears all-time highs, defying toll of economic shutdown

"The president has he's noted he wants to see society reopen once see the economy reopen but we do want to do so safely and there are institutions that are put into place the social distancing measures yeah I had to you know we talk about the economy all won the baby get numbers that came and that was up from the Florida legislative office of economic and demographic research yesterday how big was the April hit two fours economy are pretty big we exceeded the the first quarter revenue estimates every month even March where things you know began to hit the skids but in April revenue came in twenty five percent below pre pandemic estimates and the shortfall your every year more than seven hundred million dollars loss revenue for the state of Florida just that one month and it's going to put additional pressure obviously I just on the state's economy but also the budget talk about governor de Santis the judicial nominations to be spring court wife doesn't big decisions on his on his hands here including the budget it was passed at a record ninety three point two billion dollars we are getting I nearly five billion dollars in relief under the cures act but it looks like there's going to have to be some significant budget cutting so we talk about the economy joining us now one of the preeminent condiments Stephen Moore you may call him at Stephen Moore on Twitter as stable we take a look at the economy right now there's been a bit of a disconnect I think with the economic reality purses yeah the stock market for example what do you see what's real and what isn't right now hi Brian good to be with you well first of all remember that that you know people have been asking me this question the last couple days like the stock market doing well when the economy is doing so poorly and and it's the first wall of stock market investing that the stock market is looking ahead right it's like you know what the economy's gonna look like you know two months from now three months six months one year two years three years down the line where are the numbers that you're reporting which are awful just awful I mean we've done significant damage to our economic infrastructure because of this crazy shut down which I think is three Bucks we'll look back and say this was one of the greatest errors and mistakes out of work you know in our nation's history but in any case we are where we are and the good news that the stock market is looking ahead at the Hague there is a light at the end of this tunnel that's why when I get up in the morning you know the first thing I look at is it a lot what is the stock market telling us not because I'm interested in greed of making money off of that making money everyone I'm like you know fifty five percent America that you have money in the stock market but I'm interested in what is one of the investors around the world think of the prognosis for the economy and right now you have a cat big stock plunged another wall we're only down fifteen percent of the stock market for more war before court of Irish ship that's an amazing statistic about a nasdaq is higher than it was today than it was before at the beginning of the year it's pretty wild how much of this though is the federal reserve backstopping trillions of dollars to end and popping that into the markets and then just investors having a place where they want to put their money ultimately so the what I just wrote a column on this the biggest danger other than the you know qualifiers right now is deflation we have we've deflationary economy I know when I see the people of Iraq we have deflation the fed has been poured money into the economy they've been putting a lot of money they've gotten by now stops at even lower interest rates but they need to do more not less that's because if you look at consumer prices they've been falling electric commodity prices have been falling remember what the office which is actually starting to make a recovery sell a lot you know at the beginning of a step back so we do need dot more dollar liquidity some people are gonna probably weren't alive I wish you more say that we've already put so much dollar liquidity in the economy that's because whenever you have an international crisis remember this is not just a crisis night stated happening around the globe the first thing that people buy weapons when you have a whether it's a terrorist event or a war or you know a major earthquake or natural disaster people flat why what we need to buy dollars so there's been a mass rush to buy dollars not bad have to accommodate that by putting more dollars into the economy so I'm I believe that that lack of monetary policy has been pretty much doing the right thing all they need to do more of it one of things we need right now by the way is to suspend the payroll tax you know it's just on the payroll tax right now so that you know you want to get people back to work like a business will help you got wanna give everyone of twenty eight million small business in this country aftermath without reduction okay all cost and then you give every single worker in America some hapless okay right what if your recovery that's the single most important thing we can do is to find the payroll tax

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"brian good" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:30 min | 11 months ago

"brian good" Discussed on WTOP

"Stephanie gains Brian good morning a federal lawsuit is calling out top officials for their response to the pandering Hogan and the head of the state police are among those named in the suit filed by businesses religious leaders and some state delegates delegate Neil Parrott one of the plaintiffs and says the catalyst was when state police told delegate Dan **** he shouldn't be at the weekends open Maryland rally or he could be arrested under the governor stay at home order that's really a violation of the freedom of assembly it's a violation of allowing us to be able to speak it also said the person who created the order is constantly breaking his own rules the governor has his own press conferences where those if you use that same logic could say he's violating the stay at home order that said I believe the governor overstepped his authority by creating the orders in the first place and he hopes the court will agree Michelle Morello WTOP news now the latest on the virus itself forty nine thousand cases have been reported in the DMZ just yesterday DC announced two hundred new cases and eleven deaths more than five thousand people have contracted the virus district wide two hundred and fifty have died in Maryland close to a thousand new cases reported in just the last twenty four hours there are now around twenty five thousand five hundred cases and just under twelve hundred deaths statewide yesterday morning Virginia announced nine hundred and forty new cases in forty four more deaths more than eighteen thousand six.

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"brian good" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"brian good" Discussed on WTOP

"Brian good morning he's accused of opening fire on his own family at a fog here county home Friday night before going on the run Saturday evening police caught up with the teenager who was the focus of a multi state manhunt seventeen year old Levi Norwood has been caught in North Carolina it's a big relief sergeant James Hartman with the fox your county sheriff's office says Norwood was caught at a big box store in North Carolina currently employees the cold in a shoplifter the local police responded and took Mister Norwood into custody the teenager is accused of shooting and killing his thirty four year old mother Jan Norwood and a six year old brother wide and wounding his father Josh what their Midland home Harmon says the teen was found with the car they believe he stole to escape the extradition process for Norwood to bring it back to Virginia is expected to begin next week Mike Morello WTOP news it's four oh five a woman who nearly died at a metro station got a chance to thank the people who saved her life she went to a ceremony yesterday hosted by DC's fire department where those who rescued her were publicly honored I don't really remember much what Ariel Baker does know about that day is she's lucky to have survived the twenty nine year old has heart problems and when she went into cardiac arrest of the Columbia heights metro station last month she was saved by two bystanders including Kimberly Herman we initiated it CPR myself and the other bystander others credited with saving her life for metro transit police officers and a crew with DC fire and EMS all now being honored for their efforts I am so thankful for everyone who took it seriously and six gave me another ten so light in the district's new Connelly WTOP news it's four oh six a bill that would provide more money to repair and build schools is moving ahead in Maryland General Assembly the house passed the bill one hundred twenty eight to six it will allow the Maryland stadium authority to issue up to two point two billion dollars in revenue bonds over five years the money would be added to the four hundred million dollars the state already spends each year to build and repair schools the bill to learn act now heads over to the Senate for a vote if it's approved several districts including Baltimore city and Anna Rundle schools will get millions Erica Murphy WTOP news and the daughter of a former US diplomat an intelligence official is charged after a deadly stabbing in Rockville late Thursday night the first responders were called to a home on west Montgomery Avenue on a report of a stabbing twenty four year old Yousef Rasmussen of Bethesda was pronounced dead at the scene Sofia Negroponte a was arrested and charged with first degree murder investigators believe the two knew each other and had been involved in a disagreement that night it's four oh seven suicide I take precious lives IBM to someone could be after you work turning.

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"brian good" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"brian good" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Certain brother Brian good morning to you six forty eight the time one of the funniest pieces of audio we've had in a while was just kind of discovered yesterday we're talking about the fact that after the Democrat debate which Katie fell asleep on I think most the country did too odd Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders met up afterwards and they've been kind of going at each other but some things that were said barely Elizabeth Warren said Bernie Sanders told her that a woman couldn't be elected presidents and Bernie says that's nonsense I I would never say anything like that but she went up to him after the debate and it appeared she was going to shake his hand she didn't refuse to and we were all speculating yesterday what was said there well it turns out CNN because it was right next to one of the podiums that the candidates were using hi the Mike was hot what are these politicians gonna start understanding that microphones can stay hot even though they don't know I'm I'm I'm seriously because I don't know if it's the broadcaster in me because I've been doing this for so long or if it's just common sense but whenever I see a microphone I'm like John yep it also I'm probably not going to say that stupid thing that I was thinking about just saying I'm gonna keep it to myself but I I mean this happens to politicians all the time even a river forgive me for not remembering properly but I I think even happen to Obama yeah with the med yet if he was the the president of the Soviet near Fresno Russia so yes yes yeah they were talking after some little press gaggle and it was before the his he was selected to a second term and he was talking about that a nuclear treaty and he said to he said please tell Vlad I will have a lot more lot more latitude after I get reelected hi my name in my second term I have a lot more room to maneuver in my second term in other words I'll be able to basically give you guys everything you want the nuclear treaty it was caught on a hot Mike and he you know he didn't know it but it was it was pretty embarrassing and in fact the most of the major networks cover this saying that CD is negotiating with this president of Russia behind everybody's back basically saying yeah after I get reelected it'll be fine I'll be able to give you guys everything I want so I was like he was negotiating with the rams and doing something like that but so this is the this is the hot my comments caught between a list as give me Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders let's listen to cut D. national.

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"brian good" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

09:11 min | 1 year ago

"brian good" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Sussman in for Brian good morning to you you know what do we do Katy insuring with that we need to go to our first caller of the new year yeah let's go to Jim in Fairfield Jim good morning to you thanks for calling the morning show happy friend yes good with one to honor for me to not only be number one for twenty twenty because I can see clearly now because it's twenty twenty love and not only that but to be able to talk to a fellow another be yes Sir talk to your brother all the time yeah Hey I appreciate that it is such an honor to talk to you and tell you that we have loyally really enjoyed you now thank you juror I'm sure I've never met you personally but just between you and me and the audience I'm sure you're better looking than your brother well I'm not one to brag but well anyway I just wanted to say that I've truly enjoyed the show as I always have all what you will I will always enjoy you Jim Paul he had something else in the whole staff caring and Katie who else do you well you right well my whole smart do you need is you know you don't you want to see in twenty twenty general like this right side using color open you know it's twenty twenty I'll let you go and again as men and honor to be would be number one in twenty twenty and I will now hang up on my shelf very goes in Fairfield that right there is a professional caller it is absolutely the best yeah in and out make everybody laugh yep make energy hangs herself got it all you get an a plus and is a classic case of a listener full positivity optimistic we're starting off the decade right that is yep that's the way we're going to be so I like what you like to see clearly a love that twenty twenty well you know its very clear to us at least that's we've just had a decade that was primarily in the political correct realm course you remember all the political correctness has gone on and I don't know if you know this is where the term political correctness comes from thank you from the Soviet Union that's you if you were not politically correct you were sent off to a re education camp otherwise known as a prison until you learn your ways to come back and be politically correct to make sure that you did everything the state wanted you to do that's where the term prove politically correct comes from makes sense that it has its roots in communism had ties have its roots in communism so the National Review did a a little twenty four most of flooded Klay absurd politically correct moments of the last decade and your your gear to shake your head when you hear some of these the claims in university a college diversity training course taught it was culturally insensitive to expect people to be on time yes it targets attendees it was offensive do expect people to be on time because time may be considered a fluid in other cultures not making this up I got a problem with that we tell you so may god that doesn't work in radio okay no it's here it's everybody's been broadcasting no that doesn't work yeah number to it the phrase trigger warning was deemed a trigger a piece in every day feminism which is I'm sure a magnet a publication both the you read every day yes warning itself is exactly it is also a trigger because it could be re traumatizing folks who suffered military police and other forms of violence yes because there's a trigger on it yeah okay okay I get our full yeah it's crazy a professor was accused of sexually her of an accused of sexual harassment so you're saying that effort is ten percent of the grade this is from Brooklyn College City University of New York professor was forced to change his syllabus after he was accused of sexual harassment for stating that efforts was going to be ten percent of the grade I don't really get that out of a I don't I don't understand why that would well who what this has to do but I will click on the effort to says the professor David Seidman see university of New York they said that it was a title nine violation was his existing by efforts he was encouraging female students to come on to him is that yeah this is very confusing it is but for you they said the Camry now on this article here my department here would say the triangles are a problem they said the classroom was an unsafe space for those uncomfortable with view points which they may disagree all constitutionally protected speech is welcome he said the it had to do with turning triangle sardonically instead of quote marks I don't know what they all all okay okay the use of triangles was something that the **** did to the Jews in concentration camps and they was the he was using triangles as a symbol for how much people were giving effort in class that's what it is and somebody most of study to history class or taken a history class and found out that the triangles and something to do with Jews in concentration camps okay all right so this one little bit more complicated than the headline would let you know pretty complex campus survey this is number four campus surveying courting a trigger warning to caution students that it may contain anatomical names of body parts to this survey was distributed several made university because apparently college students are not able to handle the kinds of words that most kids here in their middle school biology class my golf no flakes yeah exactly bathing suit advertised is criticized for being sexist why because it depicted a woman invading suit as opposed to because she was the cover up whatever I do you have any type thing a dude in a swimsuit I don't know yeah well I think that's more offensive smoke yeah time college students decided against bringing a camel to school for hump day due to concerns about racism against the camel cultural appropriation maybe exactly your university Saint Thomas in Minnesota award the presence of a camel might offend middle eastern students wait a minute that concerned about offending them offensive that's what I was just going to say okay next well at this school in Seattle now notice these are happening in Texas yeah it is also found a school in Seattle reportedly insisted that Easter eggs he called spring spears what is it well they said they would you can be too religious if you call them Easter eggs and even if you call them eggs people are gonna know you mean Easter so no eggs there are offensive because they mean religion to trigger you I don't I hop they're going to try and like I'm scrambled spheres please yeah a sphere is a round solid figure with every point on its surface equidistant from the center that is not an egg well how you gonna go back physics squire yeah I guess would be physics classes start classics river geometry that's what I yes Fred how would you like your spheres I'd like my fears over easy place but now you said easy that's going to trigger somebody because you're talking about effort there okay I'd like them over over minimal effort in a docu ten percent for that side of flapjacks I said Jack 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Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:24 min | 1 year ago

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"Brian Good Morning Komo how you doing excellent and you know the we talk a lot we talk a lot about the regional programs and Maryland millions last week and they got the Ohio people this week and you know go back to the end of the Press Kyle season we had the two year old and Pennsylvania obviously people are taking advantage of the opportunity to to race in Pennsylvania and drop their foles absolutely and as you know the great news it came out this week is that Pennsylvania's up twelve point five percent in mayors red when I look at the number because I did a a you know report myself of say how come we're only twelve point five percent well there was a is a mix up with the uptown Charlie Brown I looked at him he had one mayor Brady actually had seventy three Mares Brit and they straightened that out there apparent elitist mix up the jockey club so that was straightened out yesterday so be add his seventy two on there we're actually twenty four percent over over last year and actually I think we're we're probably going to be up a little bit more net whenever he says everything said and done but you're right I mean Optical are are are GonNa go where the program is the is is the best and I think one of the most important the things is the collaboration we have with the horsemen groups at at the retraction Pennsylvania you know they they're very good about helping Pennsylvania program and You know we paid out over thirty million dollars eight years in a row looks like we're going to be had that number again this year so a lot of good things happening NPA the advantage for those that you know the track this kind of information and it's ebbs and flows I mean there's there's programs that a that have had trouble all you have to do is look at New Jersey and whenever there's uncertainty mayor owners breeders whether they're breeding to race or breeding commercially. They're going to go where they can plan ahead and nobody wants uncertainty and ah that that really has been the continuity and there were some there were some concerns about the the money that that comes toward the the breeding and racing in Pennsylvania that bloomer those those fears were allayed though and and you know the state stands Harrisburg understands the benefits of supporting the program given what it does for the farm community and all the trickle down economies correct we three years ago we put the Racehorse Development on in a trust Why don't sweat say we legislate Peter's put it in a trust and so people are now confident that that money is going to be the air because you know like you said you know commitment is in for a year your commitment coming in it's probably five or six years and the getting some you know some more running in you know you're seeing that with the with the new standards that are coming into Pennsylvania I mean with the opportunity the Warriors Reward Uptown Charlie Brown's doing Doing fantastic uncle Lino peace and just this we just Dr Solomon at Pin Oak Lane form Just ince contract for Normandy in Beijing becoming in another tap it so you know things when when people are confident that you know programs on the right track you know you'll see you'll see that by you know the uptick in the Palm Mares bread and and home owners coming in the mid Atlantic we talk we talk on a regular basis this summer and into the early fall with with Alan Norman and the match series and we had a Lotta conversations about Virginia and the the reboot of of racing there and there's you know there's really kind of an inter- intertwined network really for for people that that race in the mid Atlantic I mean with all the the various program awards that breeders and again whether you breathe a racer or you breathe to sell it folded in Delaware certification and Virginia certification and then if you dropped your foal in Pennsylvania Oh my God it oh you I've I've said this a few times can you can literally win a purse and all the awards could be seventy five percent over and above what you want is a purse right I mean you can you can look at that horse was bred by peasy Patterson and Vicki so we call Paul who WanNa Delaware certified the stake a young won a couple of stakes in Pennsylvania a bread I mean you just you know you can't ask for anything better what run down the awards we haven't talked about this in a long time what are the percentages and are they structured well Both breeders and owners benefit from the plan are free your award for maiden made races is fifty percents are a breeder that's horses twenty five percents so we're taking care of them to any other races the Breeder Award Forty Percent Twenty Percent for others owner bonuses up to forty percents at parks and twenty percent of pen and thirty percent at Chris Kyle we have hundreds of restricted races every year we just put in a waiver of Maine claiming So any maiden want us I'm sorry not any meaning Clinton but at at Penn gene maiden claiming race it's twenty five or higher you can waive the claim if you have a PA at parks it's the maiden claiming twenty where you can waive the wave the claim when we wanted to we wanted to give our breeders and opportune unity to get back some of that money that they put out and they're harder time and effort before the horses eligible declined because as you know in Pennsylvania decent Pennsylvania bread boom that's suckers gone and we we also have have discussed you mentioned call Paul who's competed at the highest level but the the string of Pennsylvania bread great at stake with there's and Breeders Cup runners winters I it the whole program has has just gotten better and better given the quality of bears that the state has attracted and these are successes that kind of feed on on themselves and you mentioned Pinot there's there's any number of people that that understand these dynamics and are going to take advantage and that's why the mayors are showing up and it's a boon to a farm operators in the breeding operators absolutely I mean we're we're breathing we're seeing an increase in the number of foles and also an increase in the quality. 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Purdue Pharma owners reportedly willing to surrender company, pay up to $4.5B more to settle suits

Morning Edition

03:36 min | 1 year ago

Purdue Pharma owners reportedly willing to surrender company, pay up to $4.5B more to settle suits

"Morning the owners of Purdue pharma are just about ready to surrender it the company that makes oxycontin reached a tentative deal that would settle thousands of lawsuits stemming from the opioid crisis houses that might work let's find out from north country public radio's Brian man who follows opioid litigation for NPR Brian good morning hi Steve what are the tentative terms so here's what it looks like the Sackler's would give up control of Purdue pharma the company would go through a structured bankruptcy all the sad news that the billion or family that is controlled Purdue pharma for a long time right going gone that's exactly right so we knew from would be created to any revenue from future sales of oxycontin would go to help communities struggling with the addiction crisis soccer's would also give up three billion dollars in cash and contribute money from the sales of an overseas subsidiary Paul Hanley help negotiate this deal on behalf of local governments around the U. S. and I asked him if this penalizes the Sackler family enough financially for their role pushing opioid sales we are certainly believe based on representations made to us by their counsel that these are numbers that represent a significant portion of of what the shock we shop bailable. it's clear though here Steve is that even after the settlement the Sackler's will remain one of the richest families in America and they're also doesn't appear to be any admission of wrongdoing I guess that explains why New York state's Attorney General among others are very unhappy with the settlement. yeah we've seen a really fierce response from attorneys general around the country Connecticut Massachusetts and other states of the soccer family is hugely controversial a lot of evidence that they played a big role in pushing opioid sales over the year at years and remember you know two hundred thousand people have died and now there is a very real prospect that members of the family will walk away fabulously wealthy because of oxycontin sales well you have some states are even half the states were to reject this deal does the deal still go through and is it a settlement. yeah this is going to go to bankruptcy court and there could be a whole lot more litigation in negotiations there if these states refused to get on board billions of dollars going to flow from this and whenever there's that much money there's going to be a big fight there's no formula for dividing up the cash meanwhile the one thing that's interesting here is the state attorneys general even more of them now are promising to continue suing the sector family directly going after that personal wealth even after this company produ pharmacy says to exist well I'm curious about that wouldn't this settlement to affectively preclude other lawsuits and if it didn't when the Sackler's be refusing to sign off at all well that's gonna be an interesting question in fact these attorneys general say that they think they can pursue the Sackler's and the money that they pulled out of this company over the years a lot of the litigation focuses exactly on that question what happens now with thousands of other lawsuits that focus on other pharmaceutical companies and distributors and pharmacy chains and everybody else right negotiations going on right now with other big drug companies name plan companies like Johnson and Johnson the federal trial is scheduled for next month in Ohio so there's pressure to get more of these deals done one other big development Steve that happened yesterday is that the federal judge overseeing that federal case damn poster he approved a massive expansion of local governments included in his case it now involves tens of thousands of cities and counties other local jurisdictions they all have a stake now and how this litigation plays out so the pharmaceutical industry's financial liability for this epidemic is still potentially massive Brian thanks for your close attention to all

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Green Bay Packers fire coach Mike McCarthy after loss to Cardinals

SportsCenter AllNight

03:40 min | 2 years ago

Green Bay Packers fire coach Mike McCarthy after loss to Cardinals

"Missed the number opportunities throughout the game. The voice of coach Mike McCarthy actually make that former coach Mike McCarthy he was fired Sunday after the laws replaced by offensive coordinator. Joe Philbin team, president Mark Murphy. In a statement saying the twenty eight eighteen season, quote as not lived up to the expectations and standards of the Green Bay Packers. Mccarthy was in his thirteenth season as coaching Green Bay win the Super Bowl in twenty ten but this is a third straight season where the Packers abs- struggled ESPN Packers reporter robbed Moskvy. This was always going to be a difficult season for McCarthy. Given what happened nearly a year ago when they forced out general manager, Ted Thompson, remember Thompson was the one who hired McCarthy back in two thousand six they didn't just change general managers this off season. They changed the entire power structure, and they only gave McCarthy a one year extension. So he was under contract only through two thousand nineteen and the structure change was this instead of the general manager having the authority over the head coach team, president, Mark Murphy. Took over the authority and McCarthy reported to Murphy, the GM reported to Murphy, it was entirely different power structure. So any sense that this season didn't go or wasn't going to go as well as they had hoped? You had to wonder if this was coming and with those stretch that they've had the four losses in five games on the road. And then coming home today an embarrassing showing on offense. It all goes back to when Aaron Rodgers ripped the offense here after their win over buffalo. That was the first real side of the beginning of the end for Mike McCarthy, as we mentioned Joe Philbin will take over an interim basis, but with that being said long-term word you the Packers go here from here. I should say in terms of a new head coach. Yeah. Well, Michael, I just got a text message right before we went on the air from a player somebody who played prominently in today's game and said who do you think our next head coach will be so even the players want to know that they possibly made this move to try to see if Joe Philbin was the guy. Remember Philbin was a coach in Miami. Mike Patton is also on the staff. Former Browns kit coaches a defensive coordinator. But more than likely they will go with someone who can bring some new offensive ideas to this group that the big question now, though isn't necessarily who's going to be the next coach. It's who's going to hire the next coach just Murphy stay in that role or does he then turn it finally turn it back over to Brian good accuse after Kuna proved himself to be a pretty good talent evaluator and building the roster. The feeling here is that they need to go back to the structure of the way. It's been over the years here. The general manager made all football decisions. We'll see if that happens Murphy, we'll talk to reporters tomorrow here early afternoon. Mike McCarthy fired in his thirteenth season is Packers coach longest tenured coach in the NFL remained Bill Belichick with the patriots. Mike Tomlin has been with the Steelers since two thousand seven in the Sunday night game against the chargers. The Steelers leading sixteen seven

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"brian good" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"brian good" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Of. None outrage. Most Democrats as attorney general Jeff Sessions is fired. And the mullet probe is a new supervisors supervisor has already shown a disdain for the endless probe. They've playing millions of this spending. Millions of dollars. What does this mean for molar? What does it mean for this sense of bipartisanship? Do we have any at all this hour? We're gonna be joined by Paul Mckee at the bottom of the hour and Joe Lieberman. In fact, Joe Lieberman. I know the larger pack no get to you. But I gotta get Senator Joe Lieberman in here. Now, Senator welcome back. Brian good to be with you. Let happening listening to you. This is let me tell you going back to what you said at the beginning with Curt Schilling a wonderful guy, we spent a couple of days with him when he was campaigning for John McCain for president in two thousand and just take a moment. And let them tell you some stories but his baseball career including one I'll never forget about Cal Ripken. But I'll save that for him. And you know, Senator divert the the first Red Sox World Series since think nineteen fourteen he was a key player, and they didn't invite them back for the reunion. Yeah. Yeah. Not not good. Really why why was the he's an outspoken guys? That's the problem. I guess, but he's a great baseball player. And and and it's brings me to say this is a near gatekeepers fan. Win the World Series. So you gotta be grateful. All right. A couple of things first officer that exchange play we just played with Jim Acosta and the president have you ever seen a reporter more off the rails in that. Or do you think the president wanted it? You know, I don't know. I that's a heck of a question about whether the president wanted. It's things have gotten really bad, and there's a certain way in which the press some of the press and the president are war, obviously. And to a certain extent there there've been super aggressive. We're kind of facing or maybe even goading him to loses self-control. So we said that happened yesterday. And you know, is it good or bad firm? It's probably both. I mean, a certain number of people so good for you. Mr President another group says well presidents shouldn't lose it like that. So, you know, it's just honestly, it's so typical of the way things are alert people blame a lot of people for the division in our politics, Brian and a lot of people blame the president for everything pre existed him. But honestly, the the media has some responsibility to because that's where people get the news. I just think I never saw scientist respect. I remember if few interrupted the president and one on one interview President Obama you looked at as. Too aggressive in rude. Now, that's all you get. Yeah. No. It's just combat and. Honestly, it's not good for the country. I don't think we learn anything from it. In other words, it's not like this is what the process to do to get information to. So that the American people know what's happening in their government. It's just like crossfire. And honestly, the important stuff often gets lost in the crossfire. So I wish they could. I appreciate it. Incidentally, that the president said I guess over the last weekend when I asked him if he made mistakes he couldn't everybody makes mistakes he said he couldn't probably softened his tone a little bit. And I hope you appreciate it that I hope he does. I mean, obviously killing himself has president be pushed around, but if you if you softens his tone a little bit, I think it will make people who don't suffer their tone. Look more responsible for some of the division going on in our country today that that doesn't help us. So here is so we have split government. Now, the house goes about thirty plus seats, it looks like it's going to the Democrats. And it looks like the Republicans could be adding two or three seats depending on ours. Arizona goes, so what are your thoughts? How do we function from here? You've been down this road before I have, and and you know, a couple of things of generally speaking, sometimes when there's a president of one party and the other party controls one or both houses, you actually get things done because at some basic minimum level, they gotta compromise at work together or the government stops. And everybody loses from that. And what I mean is you gotta have a budget. You may have to do something about the debt limit who knows. So that opens the door to compromise. Frankly, I've thought through all the flack over the last couple of days you had a couple of encouraging things happen in her victory speech. Nancy Pelosi actually had a pretty good riff about unity. And fact, you want to listen to a little bit play cut there. Okay. I.

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"brian good" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"brian good" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Brian good enough to join us associate VP of sales at you care, Brian good morning. Good morning. Dave, thanks for having a great to have you on. So I thought the mall of America. And I couldn't believe first of all the number of people at showed up, but Secondly, all the questions I mean. Holy smokes. We shut out there and talk questions, and I know the while you're UK people were handling all sorts of questions, and why should we show concerned about it? Right now this time of year what's going on. Well, what's going on Davis? We are great in the middle of the Medicare open enrollment period in most years, this is where folks on Medicare get a chance to ten quick review. What they've got for coverage, and and make some changes if they'd like to to go into effect for the next calendar year this year, it's a little bit different in the sense that we have a certain type of Medicare plan that's closing in many parts of the state of Minnesota cost plans which have been around for quite some time. We'll we'll be exiting sixty six of the eighty seven counties in the state, and that is causing a lot more people to be shopping looking for alternate coverage because the plan they have today will simply not be available January. I couldn't believe the amount of questions in one of the things. I noticed Brian is when somebody would ask you all is the first questions usually a little timid. And then suddenly, boom, boom, boom every we all have these. And so is Ernie way to get their questions answered a condition, you care people and find out what the heck's going on this year candy have. In fact, we have we hosted or in plan for over six hundred Medicare meet ups cross the state of Minnesota during this open enrollment period. That's nice. Chance for folks in their communities come out and see what we have available and get some questions answered. But as we've been doing these wind findings many folks need a little bit more time little more attention. They have some specific private questions. They want answered and a.

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"brian good" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"brian good" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Meantime Packers general manager Brian good Kunst says he doesn't expect to make any imminent sightings sightings watching Ted all those. Years go through these scenarios you I think the best practices patients we have some young players that have showed some promise, out there and, I kind, of. Let them continue, to grow at the same time says they're. Always preparing for anything changes about at Harley Davidson the Milwaukee based motorcycle maker taking. The wraps off plans aimed at bolstering, ridership and, off road adventure bike a I ever electric motorcycle. Among the moon detailed Monday alliancebernstien analyst David Beckham really. Attacking the young writers with the. Bike It's like the street fighter some of the the electric bikes will probably build. A young and old, but it, really gives them something new and interesting to talk about a chance, to rejuvenate the industry Becca credit. For being proactive in trying, to broaden its appeal g. Miller, WTMJ lucky public schools are working hard to recruit more students for, the upcoming year Marquette senior fellow Allen Borsig tells Wisconsin's morning news it's critically important to get students enroll of a school and I, don't mean just the kids and their smiley faces imports says enrollment means money equal money equal featured equals. I tally of the. School you don't have kids and this is. True across the board vouchers charters as well as NPS One of the biggest crises, facing NPS, is, declining enrollment, which has meant, a, weaker system. And way more financial pressures. Starting tomorrow a Texas company will be allowed to publish blueprints for making, a three d gun in June the federal government reached a settlement with Texas based defense distributed allowing the company to make downloadable plans for three d. printed guns online those plans will become available tomorrow but several states have now sued asking a federal judge. To, stop it the Trump administration's decision to settle. With defense distributed and allow them to post code for. Downloadable guns was short-sighted an incredibly reckless Shearer with the giffords. Law Center, to prevent gun, violence is, among. Those calling. For the Trump administration to. Withdraw from its settlement, with defense distributed Mark Remillard ABC news WTMJ, news time three thirty four Coming up in fifteen, minutes at three fifty CBS chief White House correspondent major Garrett will. Join us live that's at three. Fifty one more and. More women are, stepping away from, the stiletto heel and opting for more. Comfortable shoes but there's one comfortable. Shoe option that's it's not for everyone, earlier. Today I spoke with Jane Matenaer from Wisconsin's morning news, it's the high heel you never really wanted to know about perhaps yeah. I would agree with that I saw this past by on my tritter on my Twitter feed. Person with the name of Stellato ninja says there are so many sad things going on in the world right now we didn't need. To add high heeled crocs to. The list have you seen this high hill Crockett's it's can I say. It's ridiculous well it's better than the regular looking crock at least from my point of those are not a pretty shoo I'm not a huge fan Jane I'd never purchased crocs there's something about I don't know just the whole plastic on my feet it just doesn't, seem very, breathable the last, time I wear, plastic, shoes, Jane I was five and they were jelly shoes after that no class and I, bet they were adorable but this. Particular crock is called the Cyprus the he'll it's actually been around since twenty fifteen but. It's selling like hotcakes. And don't forget crocs were huge they work. For, huge I know they're describing. The shoe that has an elegant strap design I'm looking at, the strap Jane elegance really not I wouldn't call, it elegant but again in comparison to the original crock I would say. That this is a step in the right direction okay I'll. Give that but at the same? Time I don't know however and we. Have, talked about this before high heel sales, around the country are down and continue to drop as women look. For more comfortable footwear we talked. About this maybe like. A month ago, in the newsroom, and after that I did sort of. An observation as an out and. About shopping or at the grocery store, just You know doing new. Stuff and I've noticed a lot of people the majority of people? That I've noticed wear flats that the days of those three and? A half inch. Stilettos I think at least for right now are waning a little, bit as women want more functional, footwear it's really hard to go from work, to a class to this to a meeting if, you're wearing heels and your feet hurt all. The time so. We'll say these shoes. Do look they do look comfortable they do look comfortable for heal. It's gotta chunkier he'll if, you want, to take. A look at it text, the word, crok c. r. o..

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Giuliani and Trump blunder toward the North Korea summit

Kilmeade & Friends with Brian Kilmeade

02:10 min | 2 years ago

Giuliani and Trump blunder toward the North Korea summit

"One eight six six zero eight seven six six nine next he's in north korea excuse he's in israel and of course north korea's the number one story in the world right now there's some of this going to happen seventy years of north korea we've never had this meeting we might start in the beginning of officially ending the korean war and rudy takes on the ark of it's canceled it's on it's canceled it's on now it's on rouge louisiana cut one said they were gonna go to nuclear war against us they were going to defeat us in a nuclear war we're not gonna have a summit under those circumstances kim young on back on his hands and knees and beg for pushes exactly the position you want to put him in k fine we might say that while watching lebron james lewis game three to golden state at home but if you were his attorney and his friend and you're not even you don't even have to comment on north korea except for saying i hope this thing works out the president's got a lot on the line and he's willing to walk away something like that but knowing how sensitive these coal and how different the cultures are between them how they misinterpreted john bolton's comments and the vice president pence his comments i don't think the president said answer like that and as evans rea rivera said a former state department diplomat who specializes north korea quote if the north koreans needed a reason to cancel the meeting the americans just gave it to him is this part of the president's mission or is usually on a truly hurting the president who basically in many in many ways is on a roll larry listening online in myrtle beach larry hey brian good morning hey just crazy out i keep your mouth shut about all of this stuff and you got all these other people even before giuliani and point of reference here back when they were starting all these negotiations were happening starting to the other commentators get on fox news.

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"brian good" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"brian good" Discussed on WCHS

"Thanks brian good luck to you as we go to the break here dr teitelbaum i'm wondering you mentioned how doctors are not that well trained in issues of sleep are there other areas in which a atypical medical school education leaves doctors in your view deficient most everything that won't kill you the next week okay establish diversity hospital it's in the sickest of the sickest of the sickest of the sick and we're not trained in treating arthritis or common cold you know we're talk to you have a couple of medications that have their own issues but even us there's a simple erbil called caraman it's an herbal mix more effective than the medications and had on studies so these don't teach us these kind of things we're taught about acute medical problems that'll kill you the rest of it we're kind of on her own now these these herbal remedies that you say are better i assume that that that that that affected this has been tested in some kind of clinical study right it's not just anecdotal i wouldn't be talking to buy for wasn't i didn't think so numerous double blind studies ahead on studies against the medications showing him to be a more effective out but you won't hear about them because nobody's gonna pay seventy million dollars a year to teach us about them what is the if this is what you're saying and i think it is what is the the basis of the building predisposition in favor of something produced by a large pharmaceutical company it costs two point nine billion dollars to develop a drug and put it through the fda approval process without the fda approval process it's illegal for a company making the product to even discuss research on the product and that's the same for generic medications to it's not a matter of natural or not it's a matter something has.

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"brian good" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"brian good" Discussed on KOMO

"The website as well the two thousand nineteen raffle was revealed at the new york international auto show this year and toyota announced they had sold over four hundred thousand raffles in north america last year pretty big winner so why are they replacing it the man with all the questions to be onset is brian hancock brian good morning new four excited in the toyota the toyota offices oh my gosh tools i thank you for having me neck and yes we are absolutely excited to we couldn't have been more excited to share this with the world bec at the new york auto show and the responses then overwhelmingly great or really pleased why replace the car when you sold four hundred thousand is that does that seem are you are you looking to sell five hundred thousand this year what what was your plan because it's clearly a hit no yeah great great question so as you said yeah we sold over four hundred thousand it actually makes it the it is the number one selling non truck in the us so number one selling suv and it also outsold any any car but with with so many buyers there there becomes quite a lot of differences between the buyers as far as what they're wanting out of a small suv right some looking for more capability offroad somewhere looking for capability on road out so as you can tell if you've seen the twenty nineteen route four we have a lot of different flavors to offer our buyers now and and with that were able to really give each of our groups more of what they want more capability off road with our adventure great more more sporty raff with our excess hd and then we have a very premium limited as well so we're really just a goal here just to give our fire groups more of what they're looking for much degen's delight it seems like sedans as something of the past in america and more people are going to suv's and trucks it was who is this something that toyota saw coming or as it just a happy circumstance tell you what we were really pleased with with our camera has been selling as well but having said that yeah we were there is overall shifts that we were saying you know going a little bit more towards small tv's or tv's in general and and we feel like we've got.

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"brian good" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"brian good" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Get the feeling here that you guys like a wolf guys like brian good encodes were a little frustrated with ted thompson over the years now they do all the work he compiled what the scouts had to say about existing players in the nfl they all say they board a place that could go in the case of an injury and more often than not it was promoted from the practice squad putting undrafted rookies free agents in a position to fail rather than succeed going to those guys earlier than usual in a ted dragging your shoulder then okay you work with it i give you know teams that are in the playoffs making deep runs don't sit still jacksonville jaguars are great examples or the new orleans saints we know about the patriots you can't sit still in the nfl because somebody else's movin in epa drubbing nuts about ted thompson felt like he was content sitting still while other teams were moving in a left the packers all was chasing in the nfc playoff team yes but they were always chasing they were not the best team in the nfc playoffs year after year after year they were a member of the nfc playoff so a lot of work to be done here but you more specifically on free agency we understand there is a salary cap right it is green bay slow there are some challenges year even though you have a winning organization yeah yeah it's a two way street the whole deal of free agency and you're limited by the cap we're not gonna be able to sign of replace not going to be able to make that found schumer team but we want to be in everyone be in the know of events going on and if it makes sense for us not to be afraid we have to be prepared enough to pull the trigger brian uh good could from earlier today we talked about the.

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"brian good" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"brian good" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The traditional thanksgiving game that being said they can do away with thursday night live games all year long and even you know the sunday night game and even the draft they've they've turned the draft into a prime time on thursday night and friday and go back to where it was you know you started on a saturday at noon and and and who the first round and run it through sunday and you know i enjoyed it a lot more i could watch more i don't know i'm a truck driver so it's hard for me to see the firm's odd games anyway including the super bowl they wanna make a change moved to super bowl day like becker try and thought status sunday yeah they're you're gonna do because sunday night's the best nights risk certainly america to do that gearing precedes the phone call thanks for getting in let's get to brian the in toledo on cbs sports radio brian good morning how are you doing hey brian all right i just about you saying do away with the thanksgiving game um i sister hosted this year um and they do not have cable tv so all they gotta netflixing uh slowly uh i got stopped listening the aunts and uncles problems with her medication don't wait and i'm only here about white salaries we gotta zilog have we you didn't hear about aunt sallies prozac no oh go here's how i think uh uh thursday night game you make all divisional game i don't care about dallas charge a war yeah break but here's the thing if you're if you're gonna you know it's it's not a bad idea because you're more than a million with those opponents job it makes kgb preparations mental physical i i guess more streamlined the problem is in a sport that vowel use and puts an heavy emphasis on developing on divisional play and winning a division regardless of record and getting bhd field game if you win your to me that's asking especially the road team where they've got to travel three three and a half hours basically on on on a wednesday after they just played on a sunday afternoon or sunday night to me that's put out a lot of emphasis in the wrong area like you if you're gonna emphasize divisional play.

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"brian good" Discussed on Sports Radio 105.7 The Fan

Sports Radio 105.7 The Fan

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"brian good" Discussed on Sports Radio 105.7 The Fan

"Me to see the firm on games anyway including the super bowl they wanna make exchange move to the super bowl to saturday like beckett triumph thought instead of sunday yeah they're you're going to do that because sunday night's the best nice to to do that garrett precedes the phone call thanks for getting in let's get to brian the in toledo on cbs sports radio brian good morning our you are you doing had all i disagree on about you fame do away with the thanksgiving gay um i sister hosted this year um and they do not have cable tv so all day got is uh netflixing long slowly i got stopped listening the camps the no problem with remit a case no way i want to hear about white salles we've got we have we didn't want to hear about zach no okay go here's how it be given through thursday night game they beat you make all divisional game i don't care about dallas clean the charge he told the conventional war break but here's the thing if you're if you're gonna you know it's it's not a bad idea because you're more familiar with those opponents it makes game planning and preparations mental physical i i guess more streamlined the problem is is in a sport that values and puts an heavy emphasis on developing on divisional playing and winning a division regardless of record and getting a home field game if you win your division to me that's asking especially the road team were got to travel three three and a half hours basically on on on a wednesday after they just played on a sunday afternoon or sunday night to me that's putting a lot of emphasis in the wrong area like you if you're gonna emphasize divisional play to me make divisional play fare like last year and i remember this stuff just because i i don't like teams getting screwed the redskins played on a sunday night game against green bay packers on nbc.

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