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"brian white" Discussed on ExtraTime
"Know you got I know you got polito taken up that space. But that's the complicating factor for these squads, right? That probably costs you at the minimum, a high end Tam. Signing, like who has the who has planned well enough to have the cat flexibility to go in at this time of the year and do that. I don't know what's going to happen with, I don't think he's in Atlanta United style signing, but the given the amount of money they've put into the wings. If Atlanta could make that signing, which they can't 'cause the DP slots, that would be super I don't know that he'll be a DP because there's no transfer fee. So I don't know that. I don't know that he has to be in pumas. It doesn't pay that high a level. So I think there's a chance he could come to this league on Tam especially at this stage of his career if you're giving him three or four year deal. Double Tam in New England if you sell books of this summer. If he's on Tam, you know, Josie's up in that level as well. Columbus, by the way, and we'll get to that in a second. They say they need a 15 to 20 goal. Columbus seems like the most likely one. From ligo max. He could be that guy. So yeah, I mean, I think Vancouver, Michael McCall, and Brian white's not the forever, and they don't think cavallini is either. Maybe that's a cost effective way for Vancouver. They bring in another true center forward on that team. I'm done. There's a number of teams that could use. It wasn't gospel who said Brian white should be on the national team? No, I said Joe Willis. Oh, that is a great question. No, the email said Brian white and you lost your mind. Yeah..
"brian white" Discussed on Gastropod
"The food waste recycling law we've all been hearing about just went into effect a couple of days ago on January 1st. While some people already have their new green bins, many others do not. News aids Brian white has the details on how to follow these new rules. With the new organics recycling law, our food waste will no longer be going into the regular trash. Except most of it still is, at least right now, but this new law aims to change that and soon. It passed a few years ago. It came into effect on January 1st, 2022, and it has the exciting title of state Bill 1383. SB 1383 to its friends. One of those friends is Rachel Wagner..
"brian white" Discussed on Against The Odds
"If you like our show, please give us a 5 star rating and review. Follow against the odds on Apple podcasts. Amazon music, the wondery app or wherever you're listening right now. Join one three plus in the wonder react. Listen one week early and ad free. In the episode notes, you'll find some links and offers from our sponsors. Please support them. By supporting them, you help us offer the show for free. This is the second episode of our three part series kidnapped in the desert. If you like our show, please give us a 5 star rating in a review. Follow against the odds on Apple podcasts, Amazon music, the wondery app or wherever you're listening right now. Join one plus in the wondery app to listen one week early and ad free. In the episode notes, you'll find some links and offers from our sponsors. Please support them. By supporting them, you help us offer this show for free. Another way to support us is to answer a short survey at wondery dot com slash survey. If you'd like to learn more about this event, you can read impossible odds by Jessica Buchanan and Eric landel mom with Anthony Flacco. I'm your host, Cassie de. Tamaya Payne wrote this episode. Jessica Buchanan is our consultant, our producers are Davy Gardner and Emily frost. Our editor is moral waltz. Brian white is our associate producer, our audio engineer is Sergio enriquez, sound design is by rob Sega, our senior producer is Andy Herman. Our executive producers are Stephanie Jen's and Marshall Louis for wondering. Three, two, one, blast off. I'm amber Rashad Williams, the host of wondrous podcasts true love. The podcast bringing you love stories inspired by true people that are sexy, funny and unapologetically black. In our next season, starstruck, an ambitious astronaut launches into space with a cocky PR guy from a major aeronautics company who just so happens to be her ex. The same ex whose heart she broke back in college. And he still salty about it. If they can keep it together, they might make it to the final frontier. But the past doesn't stay the past. An old feelings may spark a new chance at love, or another chance to crash and burn. Listen to true love on Apple podcasts, Amazon music, the wondery app or wherever you're listening now. You can listen one week early and ad free by joining wondery plus in the wondery app..
"brian white" Discussed on ExtraTime
"You have Lucas all around who we all know is one of the most gifted players in this league, attacking midfielder. You have to produce. This team needs to be better with some of the players that they have. And so when I'm looking at them on 16th and the power rankings versus Vancouver was 15 and you have Vinny sardini who has done a tremendous job with this Vancouver. And now you're starting from scratch. So for me, this is a game that I really want to see who steps up and who starts off on the right foot. Brian white might not play in this game, which is heartbreaking for all of us who love us some Brian white. Caitlin, how about you? Where are you going? I'm gonna go down to Miami. But I'm gonna be watching more for the fire. And I just think like probably one of the best off seasons, I can remember maybe ever the club, yeah, shout out to Doyle, our real life. Lifelong lifelong inter Miami event. The new pink kit, by the way, which looks fittingly, Gonzalez joins us here for an interview. He has Beckham on the back though. He is back in the morning. Take that hat off, take that hat off again so I can screenshot that. Amazing. But no, just headline. Are you enjoying the ball? I'm really interested to see the Stoke City matchup between chakras and shakiri going at it. I'm really interested to see Ezra's system the first time as a head coach and has been a part of some really top systems in the past, but similar to the way that we talked about with the sounders coaching tree and seeing if it's going to be a little bit similar or different or some of the other influences he's had throughout his career so I want to see what that looks like, but just that whole retooled attack and shakiri, I think will be the center of it and as far as like MOS newcomers of the year, it would be like a shock to me if he doesn't win it. In my opinion. And I think he has actually a lot more of being somebody that could if he's on, he can challenge for MVP. He can be that good for the fire. So I'm really excited to see what this new fire team looks like. From a lot of different levels. So and I know in Miami has made a bunch of changes, but I'm looking at it more from the fire perspective. All right, the most notable Charlotte FC follower hitting the road with them just week in week out, David goss..
"brian white" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"On the show today I am revisiting my conversation with the activist Sarah shulman We talked last June when Sarah's book had just come out It's called let the record show a political history of act up New York 1987 through 1993 Act up was a nonpartisan group committed to direct action to end the aids crisis She and I talked about how act up changed the way just about everyone talked about aids back then And what that means for social movements today You know so at this moment when act up is beginning Most of the American public doesn't really understand HIV aids And the national news media was a big part of this Me reading your book I was reminded and shamed at how thoroughly the news media dropped the ball on this What kind of messaging was the person outside of New York just reading their paper getting about aids if they were getting any at all during that time Well people in New York were not getting good messages I mean act up called The New York Times the New York crimes Mainstream media had never depicted gay people accurately in the first place And certainly did not depict people with aids with any reality For the most part they just ignored it And what's interesting when you compare aids with COVID you know COVID is a collective public experience that we're all having on television People are talking about it in their families Aids on the other hand was like our private nightmare Our battle was to get it into the public And that was the biggest fight But when people with aids were depicted either they were depicted as helpless emaciated dying weak people with no community and no organization or when the media did start finally covering it They divided people into quote innocent victims Guilty victims They actually use those terms Brian white was a so called innocent victim of aids He wasn't gay or an intravenous drug user He got the disease from a bad blood transfusion A guilty victim was a person who had sex or used a needle And an innocent victim was like a blood transfusion Wow And so you also write that even when national news media local news media began to cover HIV aids and began to cover the queer communities experiencing this It was often written through the lens of whiteness through the lens of a maleness and through the lens of like straight family who was going to be sad because they're gay whatever died It was always through these lenses that were very palatable to these folks and not not portraying the reality But what's interesting is that because gay people were not represented in the mainstream media This whole underground community of journalists evolved and created these newspapers that were for the community so there was a feminist newspaper called woman news there was a gay male newspaper called the New York native There was a lesbian and gay newspaper called gay community news And the journalists work for free I was one of these journalists and we were out there figuring out what are the stories and reporting and our community was reading their own press But the mainstream press ignored it And what's interesting is you know the media at the time This is the early 1980s was entirely white and male And the private sector was entirely white and male and the government was entirely white and male And if there were gay men in these spaces they were usually closeted That's right So there was an alternative media that was grassroots that I was telling the truth When I was a reporter covering aids from about 82 to about 87 before act up was founded I covered pediatric aids women being excluded from experimental drug trials homeless people with aids I mean the whole social justice lens When it got into the mainstream media that all disappeared And when they did cover it they only covered the people who they identified with and could recognize I remember this Yeah As a kid when I would see these images of these frail almost angelic white men and I can not relate at all Well why should you I mean it was propaganda on some other level You know I interviewed this photojournalist named Donna binder who was taking photos of demonstrations and of women and of people of color and of all kinds of people who were fighting for their lives and bringing them to photo editors who would say no no we don't want this We want you know that emaciated white man in the bed But once act up went into Saint Patrick's cathedral that changed And the image of what a person with aids look like became a person fighting until the day they died for their own survival And we should point out you know you write in the book Before that protest when certain images of people with aids were prioritized cisgendered white men some of that was coming from inside of act up Larry Kramer said at certain moments will send the best victims to talk to the press meaning the white guys right Well it came from people like him but act up had its own visual media because act up was the first movement to really use video Video used to be a very cumbersome technology You had to carry a huge deck that was like the size of a piece of luggage and then somebody else had to carry a boom mic But once the camcorder was invented.
"brian white" Discussed on ExtraTime
"Leon flock would Andrew Gutman, who's on loan in the league, which is like, you know, you made the Tony casio joke in the pre meeting there, Dave, only the only the real ones will understand that one will trap got thrown in as well, but our winner was Brian white Doyle and I'll let you take it away. He helped change the season for Vancouver. And gas man made the point. 6 goals in 900 minutes last year, 9 goals, and I think 1400 minutes a year before. So it's not like he's performing above and beyond what he did for the Red Bulls just in terms of goals and his goal contributions for 90 minutes will say. But in terms of his all over the field impact for this team, his ability to combine not just with gold, but with the home a lesser extent with daybreak is Sato. He was a season changer for Vancouver. And they needed him to be because Lucas cavallini has not lived up to the price tag and then the DP status at all. And so when you got a guy who was like, I mean, Brian white went for 400,000 in allocation cash. That's a third of what Georgie went for. It's about half of what mason toy went for him. Both of those were really, really good trades for Montreal. So for white to do what he's done at that number consistently during the stretch run during the most crucial part of the year and by the way, Vancouver played the toughest schedule in MLS as they climbed from the bottom of the Western Conference into the playoffs. I mean, you can't say enough about this transaction. That's why I voted for axel Schuster for executive of the year in part because of this move. And he certainly deserves to be in that conversation. And just to be clear when you look at numbers now, two 50, 215 allocation is like a throwaway. That's what 50 an allocation used to be like in MLS. And so 400,000, you have the Red Bulls got something for him, but it wasn't like a big time move. It wasn't like an even this guy needs to be a starter move. Yeah. And so that's to me where you look at the quality of the transaction. And then he comes in and I think gold would be a great player, no matter what, but he helped unlock him early on. And unlock all those other pieces as don't mention that we're already on the team. That's where it comes from. The other big one is Andrew Goodman. I was just like, you got a guy on loan in season. Or inside the league, which is super rare. And he ended up being one of the best left backs..
"brian white" Discussed on ExtraTime
"And I started coaching from the lower level getting up and I think that this experience helped me a lot because even before going to the white cups, I would put two and a half years for the U.S. soccer federation. I was a coach educator for them. And that helped me a lot to understand MLS. And every time that also I had to quote unquote mentor of be the instructor of one of my pro license candidate, I always not only maybe gave something to them, but for sure I learned something to my candidate every time. So I think that to be a coach in 2021, you need to be able to play every system to play in every in every way of playing and to play and to be able to work in every condition. And it's our task to try to know quote unquote everything. It's not possible to know everything, but that's still Tokyo that we need to try to reach. Well, I'm not buying you not inspiring one player in particular because I look at Brian white and as a striker. 12 goals this year, he's on fire. Talk to me what he's done so well for you this year and how he's seems like he's continuing to grow with his influence in the game. Yeah, Brian does everything for the team. I think is one of the most I would say selfless a team oriented striker. Sorry, guys. Let me take a glass too much yelling, Benny. You got so excited. I understand. I get him. I'd be losing my voice too. The espresso. Yeah. No, it's a guy that works a lot for the team and the team works for him. He's always on the right position at the right moment. He does very simple thing. And but at the same time, he has, as I said before, if you work for the team, if you have a talent, then you can flourish as an individual, because he has been very clinical in the box. Scoring. And now he has a level of confidence that probably is doing things that it wasn't even imagining a few months ago. And protecting the ball dribbling and so I think it's been very good for us and at the moment is one of the top strikers in the league, I think. One of the best number tens in the league into the team and a transfer bargain at that just like Brian white. Ryan gold has been absolutely incredible. Take us into what makes him special..
"brian white" Discussed on ExtraTime
"For the revs, the one team that you don't want to play right now I think based on the matchup even, the number is sort of backed that up is national and I will go a little bit further with that and say, if you can solve the revs through midfield, you can actually kind of pin them back a little bit. And one of the things that Nashville has in Dax mccarty and anabolic are two very experienced exceptional passers sitting in deep lying midfield, who can solve a lot of problems for you. It can make sure that guys like mukhtar or love it's on the overlap on one side or CJ sapon are getting the ball in good spots. So I think I still say the union because they made it to the CCL semifinals. They outplayed kub America, which there's not a lot of teams in the region can do. In that second leg, I should say that in the first leg, club America outplayed them. So I think I still think it's a union by a hair, but there's a really good case for national who's a better team than a lot of people seem to want to realize. Nashville only four losses on the season same as the refs. Now they have three wins on the road. The one thing for the revs is you look at the Eastern Conference, not a lot of road warriors. In the east, only one team in the playoffs outside the revs were an incredible ten three and four on the road, have more than four wins away from home. And that is the New York Red Bulls, which is interesting. Whereas in the Western Conference, you have the top, let's see the top 5 teams all have 5 wins or more on the road. So just interesting note, last one here could Brian whiteness from the text line, could Brian white theoretically be next year's Golden Boot winner. He said theoretically, or she, whoever it was, I wear a big Brian white guy. No, I like him a lot. I think he's got a lot of this stuff that jossi does in terms of just being really smart about making the right run and reading patterns and being on his toes and the box for rebounds. You know, coming into the season, I would have told you that the max I could ever see for Brian white is 15 goals. Which is a really nice very good. It'd be pretty good. It's really good. With Vancouver, let's say, the new guy that they're bringing in Pedro vite, the playmaker from Ecuador and I'm not certain at all that I pronounce his name correctly..
"brian white" Discussed on ExtraTime
"I think because they're playing as a team. And when you have that belief that you're going to get through it together, regardless of how much quality you do have, if you don't have those big star names, it doesn't matter. Come this time of the year. If you're all moving in the same direction and there's an identity and an understanding that typically gets you into the postseason. And I think Vancouver right now, you talked about catalini just getting back. Brian white and his influence, you need players who can change the game for you. Not necessarily score goals, but change the game. And if you have two attacking players in catalini and Brian white, who can do that for you, along with Ryan go Gaul and I think that they have enough to get it done and Minnesota gets a big win. RSL, they play at Dallas. They play at Chicago. They got San Jose home, Portland home, and then they play at sporting Kansas City. It's not the easiest schedule, because Chicago is still playing for just pride and they want to end the season on a good note, right? And jobs. Jobs. Dallas, same kind of thing, they're playing in Dallas is always difficult. No matter if they're at the top of the table or the bottom of the table. And then Portland SK C those are two teams that are looking to go into the playoffs hot. So and they're good. I like Vancouver's chances of sneaking in. Here's what's interesting to me 'cause that RSL run is basically none of the teams in the race. Maybe Portland now is in it. That's a debate we could have. And I think for RSL that probably works, but for Vancouver, they've got San Jose Minnesota LAFC in Seattle. And I think they're a team right now that wants that. They want 6 pointers, right? They're a group that they're not looking to back in. They're not trying to find results in other places. I think they want to face each of these teams head to head to be able to show that they're good enough, but also they have the confidence that they can beat them, and now you're starting to jump teams. On points per game, obviously RSL still in the playoffs right now, but for Vancouver, as you mentioned, they step on the field against Portland and they pretty much know what's happened. Especially at halftime, you know everyone else has won. You know right now your playoff hopes are on the ropes..
"brian white" Discussed on ExtraTime
"Who comes on the field down two zero and changes the game creates a goal without touching the ball. We are talking about the future. And we're talking about it. You love your Red Bulls, guys. Sorry, Charlie. First of all, first of all, Red Bulls too. Yeah, yeah. I don't watch MLS so I don't know. I only watch us a big win last night over loud and unite. But we're talking about Brian white Charlie. The leading American goal scorer in MLS? Or is peppy still that? Peppy is okay. The leading American goal scorer since June, July? Probably still pappy? Probably so bad. Yeah, yeah. Look, he's got 11 goals in about 1600 minutes. I did the math on the gam conversion because there's a $400,000 trade in June. Red Bull city in Vancouver, 500 was the performance incentives. I have to imagine. That Brian white has hit those performance incentives. So the math on this New York they're like, do you want more? Because we could actually I think we could get this to you and good faith here. By my math, the caps are currently paying between like 36 K and 45 K depending on the performance incentives in gam per goal. That is a decent trade, and that's not even extrapolated in the future. Lucas cavallini started this game. His first start in basically a month for the caps. This is the guy that for like two years and we were like, well, if cavallini just gets healthy if he just gets going, submission piece, Al tank, well, it turns out the New Jersey Mario Gomez was the missing piece. Shout out to Tom boger for that reference. He came on, you're right. He made the run. He took Dario zupa in a no man's lands and parts is like, wait, where am I? Almost fell down trying to get back his diaper. I said, I scored that goal. Then he gets the header, Bruno gaspar has no business keeping that ball in bounds, let alone putting in a place that somebody could dunk it. And Brian white has no business putting that amount of power on it as he circles back around and yet here they are. And then Jose van rankin later on probably should get the shack treatment. From geo separation. You know, like, in the shot gets pulled off the floor when it gets close because they're just going to hack a shack in. Well, Jose van rankin probably should get pulled off in like the 75th minute now if the game's closed, right? Scenario though. 'cause van rink is the one who keeps falling people. That's true, but it's the same concept. Again, second game in a row, he costs them a point. For no reason whatsoever, just cleats, Christian to homemade ankle in the box laid on, and the caps get a PK and win this thing. The homemade is automatic. Afterwards, vann sartini, I mean, he was like delirious..
"brian white" Discussed on ExtraTime
"Martin from Sweden here and he says should the U.S. 17 be looking at Brian white? I know there are a lot of forwards competing for the spot but Shelley's earned a call up for a friendly at least he also says he thinks it's unfair that Philly has an endless supply of aronson's, but that's neither here nor there. Well, they're about to run out of Arizona. They better hit the road market. Hit transfer market and search by aronson. I'm gonna do it right now. New Jersey directory. And then search aronson. There you go. I think it's the sullivans who are coming through the academy now. They switched from aronson's to Sullivan. There you go. You had to switch over to the Sullivan. What do you think about this Brian white for U.S. national team talk? I mean, I don't think that he has earned a national team call up, but he certainly a great story so far this year and he's showed layers to his game that I don't think anybody kind of appreciated were there, thought were there when he was with the Red Bulls because the Red Bull asked you to play in such a specific way that you're not really doing link play and hold up work. And some of the stuff that he's shown in Vancouver. But I don't think he's a national team player. I'll be happy to be wrong. If he scores 30 goals next year, then call him up and I'll eat some crow. But I think he's just a really good MLS forward. Style doesn't respect. Transfer market says there are but two errands. In the world of professional soccer. So that's a curveball on its own. Billy had Philly had both. Now they just have one, they gotta get to Jay Mueller here who says what's the deal with Nashville when they're clicking they're great but when they're not, well, you get the picture. Drew, in D.C., no, no, we said it on here. D.C. didn't have their best attacking players. But draw in Nashville go hand in hand..
"brian white" Discussed on ExtraTime
"He's totally right. Because i think they thought that they could go toe to toe with seattle and it shows to me that seattle can win in a multitude of ways. I still think they're probably a little bit better as a team that makes it difficult gets behind the ball. Builds out uses the width to get behind An-and could dangerous fall into the box. But if you wanna do the end to end stuff they can play that as well high-scoring match they they can Get rolling especially at home and put a Put a bunch on. I didn't think they were going to get a brian white. Gotta go on this one as well for vancouver Who continues his good run. Run a foreign but a little bit naive and maybe a little bit over-excited from vancouver to try and play especially with the changes in the back line And a net to go into a match like that on the road and try and really play them head on. I think you're right. But i kind of love that they tried it. Cut glass in the past. Vancouver would have just locked it. Put everybody into the boxing. Lost this game. Two nil Because the not actually good at defending on the back foot so at least they kind of went out on their shield jan. This one and i think that is the type of culture that the the new interim head coach vanish. Arteni is trying to institute. They're like he wants us team to go attack. Sometimes when you do that you lose four on yom. But i like the fact that they're going to go out and they're going to try to attack next game out to and they had some opportunities to try. It makes a good a good save. I think there was a. They should've sweared it. Yeah where where are you. Just those little ones where they were dangerous. It's not that they didn't cause the sounders any problems but they can definitely turn around in trouble. Them and Brian can sorry. Brian white house thinking. That's an old school. Shot out But yeah they definitely had some opportunities that could have made this game a lot..
"brian white" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Homes sold by HUD between 2017 and 2020 are in flood zones at almost 75 times the rate of all homes sold nationwide in that period, NPR found Experts say the sales raised questions about how hard is dealing with climate change, which is causing residential flood damage in the U. S to skyrocket. HUD says it's aware of climate driven flood risk to housing, but declined to specify how that might affect its home sales. Rebecca Herscher NPR news and you're listening to NPR News Live from KQED News. I'm Brian White Pacific Gas and electric maintenance worker who first discovered the start of the Dixie Fire is set to testify in federal court today. KQ BDs Alex Emslie reports The PG maintenance worker called the trouble Man was fixing to fuses on a power line and Plumas County when he noticed a tree leaning on the line and fire burning below it. The cause of the Dixie Fire, now burning for almost two months and approaching a million acres in size remains under investigation. A federal judge overseeing PG knees criminal probation is expected to question the worker whose identity is redacted in court filings. But it's unclear whether the workers' testimony will get the court or public any closer to knowing the cause of the fire. PG and E says in court filings that they need to access the fuses and other items recovered from the site to investigate what may have started the fire. And Cal fire has declined to provide access to that evidence. I'm Alex Emslie. KQED NEWS San Francisco Supervisors plan to vote in committee today on a measure that aims to crack down on bribes of city Department heads. The law would ban such officials from asking many city contractors to donate money to charity and require that a record be kept of any donations that are made. An FBI investigation has found charitable donations are sometimes hidden bribes, which department heads can repay was city contracts worth millions? Federal prosecutors recently indicted three San Francisco department heads for their roles in bribery schemes. SPORTS The 49 ers opened the season with a 41 to 33 win over the Lions in Detroit. The Giants beat the Cubs 65. They host the Padres this evening. If they win, they're in the playoffs. The A's.
"brian white" Discussed on KQED Radio
"News. I'm Brian White. Good morning. The top economist for the city of San Francisco, says the tech industry is going strong despite the pandemic, but work from home policies pose a threat to the city's economic recovery. KQED is Tara Siler explains. There's a common narrative that tech companies are fleeing San Francisco The chief economist, Ted Egan's has venture capital investment is at an all time high, and companies are still hiring, albeit those are largely remote jobs for now, at a Border supervisors committee, Egan said remote jobs have a big impact on office vacancy rates, small businesses and the city's bottom line. That's because the gross receipts tax are linked to where employees work. So if a company's share a payroll in San Francisco, drops by 25% from one year to the next And their total sales don't change at all Their tax to the city drops by 25%. Egan said. Tech workers have a lot of power right now in determining where they work, and companies are responding with generous work from home policies. I'm Tara Siler KQED news. Legislation aimed at ending the careers of bad law enforcement officers is sitting on the governor's desk. The Legislature yesterday approved a measure that aims to keep troubled officers from jumping from one job to another. It would create a mandatory new state license that could be permanently revoked. California is one of four states without a way of decertifying officers. Similar bill died in the Legislature last year, despite protests over the police killing of George Floyd..
"brian white" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show
"That's ab ellie auctions dot ca the whitecaps just before we get in the proceedings here of the whitecaps of unveiled their starting eleven for the big as they're calling it tussle in texas against the expansion austin team and this is the one team. They're ahead of in the western conference No ryan gold. He scottish designated player. I've been told not to calm. Scottish messy in the starting eleven. So i would bet that they are saving mister gold for the big home match with man's on saturday against l. Afc but it's brian white upfront. Up top a home as their k. Saito's there russell tibert woo soo. Is there Roses playing center. Back in jake norwitzki one of our favorites. Here on the show at left-back so that gets going at six. And i mentioned that because like price is not here. He had to skedaddle a little early. To call the whitecaps match alongside our buddy paul dolan. So it's just you and meander one. Yeah i'll tell you what that value on whitecaps to win tonight. At plus four fifty just run run to dog right now. I guess you don't have to run because it's online but open up the app. Whatever it is get to the website. Lay your money take by money. Put it on the whitecaps. 'cause they gotta stop this trough streak at some point right and question mark five in.
"brian white" Discussed on True Love
"Get to be alone in decompress. Oh i totally get that. My two boys won't even let me by myself. This is intentional using her boys in her intel search she learned. Charlotte has a son to it. Works charlotte pauses in her face. Softens can give you two minutes but that's it understood. Diane sits across from her and tries to speak casually. So how long have you known general evans. I met him when i worked at homeland security. I lose they least twenty years ago so you weren't the principal. Deputy director of national intelligence. Then oh god no by then i was just the name and you worked in the same department as general. Yes he was my boss. Was it anything like the devil. Wears fatigues no. He was very professional. Diane anticipated this might be difficult. Secrets in dc are like currency and they don't spend it on just anyone. If dan wants to get anything she's gonna have to work harder. Hey i'm not doing a story for the new york times. This logan's biography. I'm not gonna include anything salacious. What have you told me is between the two of us. I just wanted his background. Logan general evans. So how would you describe your relationship with him. Cordial amp professional still. You're his aide. Did he ever share any secrets with you. Can i give you some advice. Miss diane okay. Be careful be careful of what everything if you have a job to do it but do your job in a manner. That doesn't make you feel so constable that she call the director of the cia. Who's also a four star general logan. No diana's a hundred percent certain. There's something more here charlotte. Is there anything more you can tell me about black bolt for the record. My name is miss shots and your two minutes. A if you like our show please give us a five star rating in a review and be sure to tell you friends. follow true. Love on apple podcasts. Amazon music or wherever. You're listening right now. The next episode. We'll be out in a week or you can listen to it. Add free right now by subscribing to wonder plus in apple podcasts or the wonder e app another way you can support. The show is by filling out a small survey at wondering dot com slash survey. This is episode two of our four part series the general and the journalist. I'm justin walk away. And i'm amber sean williams kevin way wrote the story or associate producer. Brian white sound design is by jamie cooper additional audio assistance by sergio rica's adrian tapioca casting by cake goer our senior producer. Kevin away in sochi. Dorsey our executive producer..
"brian white" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Make it to the U. S. Nancy McEldowney says There are many factors. Including natural disasters, She's national security advisor to the vice president. Many people have been pushed into poverty. They're facing food insecurity. They've been displaced from their homes that were destroyed. Covid has just ravaged many of the rural communities. Harris is also meeting with civil society leaders. This is appointed effort to amplify their work to improve Guatemala from the inside, which can put them at odds with the government. Harris travels to Mexico tomorrow for similar talks. Tamara Keith NPR NEWS Guatemala CITY President Biden will meet West Virginia Senator Shelley Moore Capito at the White House again today for more discussions about reaching compromise on an enormous infrastructure bill. Capital is leading negotiations for Senate Republicans. Biden and the Republicans remain hundreds of billions of dollars apart in how much they want to spend on a bill. Democratic Senator Ben Cardin of Marlin says Democrats and Republicans have key disagreements. It's the type of infrastructure the size of the infrastructure how it's paid for. These are all areas where we are not. We're wide apart. We haven't reached an agreement yet, but I'm hopeful that we'll be able to find a bridge to get us together. He spoke to NPR's morning edition. Stocks opened flat this morning as investors await news on inflation. Later this week. NPR's Scott Horsley reports. The Dow Jones Industrial Average show little Change in early trading. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says she expects higher than usual inflation rates will continue through the end of this year. But she still believes that's a temporary phenomenon driven in part by supply bottlenecks as the U. S. Economy quickly ramps up Consumer prices in April were 4.2% higher than they were a year ago. Early in the pandemic. The Labor Department will report on May's consumer price index on Thursday. Yellen addressed inflation concerns after a meeting of G seven finance ministers in London, they agreed to pursue a minimum 15% tax on multinational corporations. That idea goes before the larger G 20 Group of countries later this summer. Scott Horsley. NPR NEWS Washington It's going to be hot in parts of the upper Plains, the Midwest and the Northeast. Today, the National Weather Service has declared heat advisories in several states, including those along the Canadian border. It could reach almost 100 degrees in parts of South Dakota today, as well as in Maine. On Wall Street, The Dow Jones industrial average is now down 22 points at 34,733. The NASDAQ is down 10. This is NPR. Live from KQED News. I'm Brian White Transit agencies across the Bay Area are lending support to Santa Clara Valley Transit Authority workers this week, providing buses and drivers to help with staffing needs. In a tweet Vita, officials said. Funerals for some of the nine slain Veta workers who were killed in the mass shooting over a week ago began Friday and are scheduled to carry on through tomorrow. This is having an impact on service. San Francisco's Mu NI is sending 20 bus drivers and 10 buses a day and will help until at least the end of June. Noel Villamil is, um, uni driver. Regardless of what agency where we're at. You know where still in transit. You know, we have to look at each other as a kinship as a family. A C Transit. Sam Trans and Santa Cruz Metro are also providing drivers and buses. The oldest male chimp at any accredited Northern American zoo died over the weekend at the San Francisco Zoo, the executive director of the San Francisco Zoological Society, said Cobby was a charismatic and compassionate leader of the zoo's chimpanzee troop. He was 63 years old and had been at the zoo since the 19 sixties. Chimpanzees are among the most at risk primates in Africa because of habitat loss and disease. In sports. Both Bay Area baseball teams lost yesterday against teams they'd beaten Friday and Saturday, the Giants lost to the Cubs, 4 to 3 at Oracle Park, the A's lost in Colorado to the Rockies. 321. The A's and Giants still lead their divisions. The Giants have the best record in the National League. I'm Brian White KQED news. Support comes from Cal performances at home streaming Alvin Ailey's American Dance Theater. June 10th at cal performances.
Episode 38: Best Saturday Morning Cartoon - Drive of the Week
"But we started every episode was the drive of the week what a drive is a line from a movie or TV shows with exceptional velocity and volume, and this segment belongs to Jimmy Klein. Alright. Lis fucking titties. Here. Mr Klein to. A film that hardly anyone is seen and you just have to check it out just on Blu Ray. It was just reviewed on trash men media. It is a film called cruel jaws the in some countries that was known as jaws five. It is an awful Italian rip off of jaws film actually using footage of Jaaz one, two and three. However, this film is actually better than jaws the revenge I still say check it out but it is absolutely hilarious and. It's got quite a lot of screaming quite a lot of drives, but this one in particular was one of my favorites. I'm sorry I couldn't You know what you gotta do that. What you're going to have to offer award of one, hundred, thousand dollars whoever the head of that shark. Have Already I mean. Without without what? Without I. Gather birth. Absolutely levels at thanks. A. Awful so awful. It has Hogan impersonator in this. See. It's like Hulk Hogan stunned wwl filming the Brian White Story. Look five to two hundred. and. Already. Series without. Yet. Without. Without. Talk. Without what? What you? Without what? This is an underrated draft because he doesn't really like get all of his lungs behind it. What you? But like last week with Eddie Murphy it's all about the F. Word Fuck. The bottom two. That's the. Title. That so. I don't know what language that is whatever country that language is from. Our podcast can read. Just going to have to ask Watson along or something. That was the drive of the week brought to you by trash men media for the latest. Blu Ray. DVD movie commentary go to trash men, media dot com also on twitter and facebook. And don't forget to check out Here Zarb dot copier is news and no bullshit.
11 Trivia Questions on Family Guy Quotes
"Got eleven questions for you on family guy quotes. I'll give you the quote you tell me which character set it on the show here. We go all right. Family guy quotes. Let's see how many of these you can get right out of eleven number one while we rolled three gutter balls on these kids Number one which character on family guy said that. Wow we rolled three gutter balls on these kids Number one question number two Brian White. Has Everything you touch turns to garbage number two Brian. Why does everything you touch turn to garbage? Which character said that quote on Family Guy Number two number three? Grab that letter opener over there. I'm going to show you why you never mail cash number three. Grab that letter opener over there. I'm going to show you why you should never mail cash number three question before. I'd even go so far as to say that a Canadian Strip club is the most magical place in the world number four. I'd even go so far is to say that a Canadian Strip club is the most magical place in the world questioner five. I'm GONNA see which lobster I think deserves to die number five. I'm GONNA see which lobster I think deserves to die number five question. Six Briggs reportedly escaped during a prison. Open House an event that will most likely be cancelled in the future number. Six Briggs reportedly escaped during a prison open house and event that will most likely be cancelled in the future number seven. I cut your name into my arms so I can always remember you. Who said that on family guy? Very creepy number seven. I cut my cut your name in my arm so I can always remember you question. I'm just saying it's no surprise. That justice isn't colorblind number eight. I'm just saying it's no surprise. That justice isn't colorblind number nine. It's GonNa rain. Who said that number nine? It's GonNa rain and number ten if I enter Connecticut. I'm entering every state that Connecticut's ever been with good luck brave travelers number ten if I enter Connecticut. I'm entering every state that connect Connecticut's ever been with good luck brave travelers and number eleven for two points said Peter Face it without blank or boring. I need to know who said that quote and whose name was the blank for two points. Who Said Peter? Face it without blank were boring. Need the person who set it and the person they're talking about and actually this one. I said at the beginning of the quiz. There's no repeats. This is one of the people that we had as an answer earlier. So keep that in. If you got all these right
More than 1 in 4 teens have used e-cigarettes, vapes
"It's KQED public radio the time is six twenty two it's morning edition on KQED I'm Brian white on Sunday the Oakland Raiders will play the Jacksonville Jaguars at the Coliseum in what's expected to be their very last home game in California before they move to Vegas KQED is Nina forcing remembers the time in their first stint in east Oakland the raiders became one of the most successful teams in the history of professional sports unforgettable moments like the nineteen seventy four game known as the sea of even when owner al Davis moved the team to LA in nineteen eighty two Oakland fans stayed loyal for thirteen long years they drove for flew down and watch the games on TV they never gave up hope of a home coming and in nineteen ninety five I'm back before you again to bring the rate is a fact all have press one he never got all the way back to their early glories but the fans made their own fun creating a ferociously festive atmosphere in the black hole and in the parking lots on the menu at Kingsford Kirk's tail gate one rainy December in twenty fifteen we've got chicken fried pork chops I got thirty racks of ribs in the smoker Henry Garcia with a stocking played in hand stated raider nation screen with ever came where there the team does have an option with the Coliseum for next year just in case their new place in Vegas isn't ready but it's more likely but after Sunday the autumn winds in Oakland will echo through an empty stadium