35 Burst results for "Brooklyn Can"
Bucks Bounce Back to Defeat Nets 104-89 and Force Game 7
"The season was on the line for the box and they came through and forced a game seven by beating that's one oh four eighty nine it was a wire to wire win for the box fending off several runs bay throughout the second half they were led by Khris Middleton's playoff career high thirty eight points Middleton says the box never felt any anxiety don't think about any type of pressure at all I mean it's a basketball game simple as that I mean I know it's loser because home at St John's basketball Middleton kept hitting shots of the second half keeping the nets at bay Middleton was eleven of sixteen from the field young the son of the couple had thirty points Kevin Durant had thirty two for the nets game seven is Saturday night in Brooklyn Chuck Freeman Milwaukee
Giannis Goes on Attack as Bucks Force Game 7
"Will be a Game seven for the Bucks Net series. They're going to run out the time. The final here in Game six Bucks one. Oh, four Brooklyn Nets 89 Bucks radio Networks play by play announcer Ted Davis With the call at the end of Thursday's Game Advisor Forum. The deciding game of the series is Saturday, with the winner advancing to the Eastern Conference finals.
Stephen Miller Analyzes How Biden, AG Garland, and the Left Are Controlling the Narrative
"Of black lives matter also anti Semitic, both of them anti American trying to overthrow the country. And he doesn't mind mention them as grave domestic terrorist threats. And yet look at what they did to our country during the course of the summer, and you didn't mention What is F B? I told him, which is 60% of hate. Religious crimes in this country had done against Jews, mostly Orthodox Jews, and it's not done by neo Nazis. They're bad enough. Don't get me wrong, but it's done mostly by Relatively recent immigrants from the Middle East, as well as African Americans in Brooklyn. Why is it that he doesn't mention these things? Stephen Miller. Because for the left control over the narrative is everything because if if your narrative is that the biggest problem facing the American people Are radicalized white citizens. And that, of course, empowers you to do all kinds of things that you want to do throughout the government, including things that you know my organization America first legals involved in litigation on like critical critical race theory in government discrimination. And awarding some people benefits and taking benefits from others based on skin color. It's the narrative that is the moral predicate further whole agenda and also make the point. Everything is really important. When we're talking about domestic terror. I would say that what is happening on the streets of Chicago, by any definition is domestic terrorism gangs running rampant running wild Murdering people in broad daylight drive by shootings, killing woman killing Children happening on our streets That's domestic terrorism and under his department of Justice. Well, those people will not get any help. All over the world in foreign countries. People can come here by the millions and claim asylum. So the government is failing in its most fundamental duty, which is to take care of and protect our own citizens. Now That's a
Brooklyn Nets' Kyrie Irving Out, James Harden Available for Game 6
"Nets and Bucks are back on the court on Thursday, Game six. Coming up in Milwaukee, Brooklyn, rallied on the back of Kevin Durant to win Game five. Take a 32 series lead there, they can close it out. In Game six, but they will be shorthanded again. James Harden was not at 100%, but he did return played in Game five. He's available for Game six. Kyrie Irving, meanwhile, still out with his sprained ankle, which he suffered in Game four, not even making the trip to Milwaukee. The Nets are preparing for the possibility that Irving may not return this series.
Hawks Erase 26-Point Deficit to Beat Sixers in Game 5
"Semi finals. This sixes and hawks pivotal Game five. Philadelphia is where we go here. They were high Steppin monster mashing. 26 point lead at home. 26 point lead at home. And then it vanished into thin air. It went away. Where did it go? Why didn't they win? They had all the momentum. I keep hearing momentum's all that they had a whole uncle Mo on their side. They had this big lead Uncle Mo in Brooklyn. They had the big lead, and they gave it all the way. Presto! Oh, Abracadabra, said Trae Young 39 points, but it was other guys. It was Mo Chicken Chicken Wing Williams there The honey Pepper Chicken wings. They're knocking down a bunch of big shots. Danilo Gallinari made some plays as well for the Atlanta Hawks. They stormed back all the way back from 26 point down and they beat the Sixers. They beat the Sixers. They took their lunch money 19216. And so it is Atlanta's NBA team, the Hawks who have a 3 to 2 in the Eastern Conference semis, They are now one win away from punching their ticket to the coverage files. And finally, things are lining up for Nate McMillan, the much maligned Nate McMillan. The coach in Atlanta. You look around. You know. Nate McMillan great regular season coach seems over achieved in the playoffs didn't work out well, finally met his equal in a doc Rivers here in the second round. He did beat the Knicks, but that was the next just happy to be in the playoffs. That kind of thing. But my goodness. One win away from punching their ticket. The Atlanta Hawks One man band with Trey Young and they are a win away and all those people that if if Atlanta finishes this, and it's still Points. You still see a scenario? They don't but it with Doc Rivers? Oh, my God. How do you not if you're Atlanta win this thing in in six games, but The Hawks comeback was historic. It's one of the top three comebacks in NBA postseason history.
Kevin Durant Reminded the World That He's Capable of Winning
"Then is this competition over before it's even begun anyone make sense of what they said in chicago. We'll find out as we get up with you. Starting right now delighted. You're here on. Wednesday greenie grouchy on when our studios in the seaport of football conversation. Coming your way in colluding jam saturday ready to go today. Mike tannenbaum ready to go today. Louis riddick and dan orlovsky will join us. But there's only one place to begin on this morning. Spectacular night from kevin durant and the brooklyn nets game five against milwaukee. The story early chains guarding it out making the return from a hamstring. He would play most of the night he would struggle particularly first half gophers six from the poor with two turnovers presence. Team to lift is deep. He was out there doing good but the nets would struggled mightily in the first half down. Sixteen into the third week and kevin durant would say this is about to become line night here. We got durant in the lane. Plays it up in good news just getting started ensuing possession durant in transition. This was his running mate last night. Jeff green seven eight from three twenty seven points nets creeping back into it. They're down nine final minute of the third durant. Good the six point game into the fourth quarter under nine to play now with into the rain using the screen. My goodness that's their first lead since it was two nothing just over five minutes now. What a game nets lead by one the rain mid range over middleton yes. That's why three a buck twenty to go down by two janas goes to the line again down by two crowd smelling blood. I one no road. He'd make a second to one point game under a minute ago. Still one point track clock winding down. Here's the biggest moment of the night. They've got him trapped two seconds on the clock one second of knocked down. Kevin durant could not be stopped. That's up by four thirty seconds ago. Mets
Durant's Sensational Performance Sends Nets to 3-2 Lead
"James harden was back in the next line up but it was Kevin Durant's triple double that led them to a one fourteen one await went over the box Duran carried the nets on his back delivering forty nine points seventeen rebounds and ten assists Jeff green also had a big night off the bench scoring twenty seven is Brooklyn took a three games to two lead in the Eastern Conference semifinals harden played all but two minutes providing five points eight rebounds and six assists in his first game since coming out of the series opener in the first minute yeah this intent to Kubo had thirty four points and twelve boards for the box to lead by sixteen at halftime before allowing seventy one points over the last two quarters I'm Dave Ferrie
Bucks Tie Series With 107-96 Game 4 Win as Nets Lose Irving
"The box and even their Eastern Conference semifinal series at two games apiece with the one oh seven ninety six win over the nets yeah that's intended to both finished with thirty four points and Khris Middleton had nineteen for the box who scored just eighty six in each of their last two games the net scored thirteen straight points to take a thirty four twenty three lead but Milwaukee responded with a nineteen Forsberg Brooklyn finished the game without Kylie Irving because of a sprained right ankle suffered in the second quarter the injury left and that's without their starting guards Kevin Durant had twenty eight points and thirteen rebounds for the nets who host game five on Tuesday I'm Dave very
Milwaukee Bucks Beat Brooklyn Nets in Game 3
Bucks blow big lead, then rally to edge Nets 86-83 in Game 3
"Those highlights ahead, but we begin with Game three nets and bucks. Kevin Durant up to 30 points in Game number two is the Buck's been bewildered to start this series. In Brooklyn, the biggest playoff twin in Nets franchise history. Yeah, Brooklyn had blown out Milwaukee by 39 in Game two to open a too old lead in this series. Doing so without James Harden. The Bucks, hoping to change venue would change their fortunes in a game where points
Nets Brush Aside the Bucks to Lead Series, 2-0
"For second differential on the shock logged about with five to shoot kevin against the top showing the handles with a right hand cross drives the latest traffic up as he goes across the end. Line thirty two for katie. Final seconds of the third middleton's contested three. No good and the brooklyn nets. We'll take a thirty point lead over milwaukee to the fourth quarter who turned into a thirty nine point. Win was the call by marquesses. You're on. espn is the nets. Beat the bucks. One twenty five eighty six in game. Two of their second round series ticket to old lead in the series franchise playoff record. Thirty nine point win kevin durant continuing his preseason thirty two points. That's what he's averaging in the playoffs right now. And that's the fourth most in the last forty seasons for players i seven playoff games with the franchise katie and kyrie irving they combined to score or assist on eighty of the one hundred. Twenty five points for brooklyn
Durant Has 32, Nets up 2-0 After 125-86 Blowout of Bucks
"The nuts of grab the first two games of the second round playoff series with the one twenty five to eighty six win over Milwaukee playing without James harden strangers hamstring in game one Brooklyn dominated from the start building a sixty five to forty one halftime lead which expanded to ninety five to sixty five after three the nets was strong defensively against the NBA's leading offense Yanis onto the Google had only eighteen point six in the first half offensively the net use constant ball movement they had twenty one three pointers Kevin Durant paced a balanced attack with thirty two points might make you so New York
New York Governor Frustrated by Low Vax Uptake in Some Regions
"New York governor Andrew Cuomo's expressing frustration with the low rate of vaccinations and some areas far Rockaway queens Williamsburg Brooklyn Rochester city the governor says he hopes that by naming the zip codes in New York that have the lowest vaccination rate still inspire local health officials to target those regions the bottom ten percent of the zip codes are below thirty six percent Cuomo says the name and shame tactic work with hospitals that were slower to vaccinate their staff at the beginning of the vaccination drive focus your resources there I'm Jennifer king
Harden to Miss Game 2 vs Bucks With Hamstring Tightness
"Brooklyn nets all star guard James harden will miss game two of the Eastern Conference semifinals Monday night because of a right hamstring injury hard left Saturday's one fifteen one oh seven victory over Milwaukee in game one after just forty three seconds because of an injury that troubled him during the latter part of the regular season he missed eighteen straight and twenty of twenty one games late in the season coach Steve Nash said hardens recent troubles with the entry made his availability for later in the series hard to predict I'm Dave Ferrie
Ferry Runs Aground in New York City
"More than 100. Passengers and seven crew members are safe and sound after being rescued from a New York City ferry. It ran aground Saturday afternoon. C Street, the company that runs the ferryboat says the ship experienced mechanical issues that caused it to lose power in steering as it drifted into an inlet on the Brooklyn side of the East River before coming to
Durant, Irving Carry Nets in Opener After Harden Hurt
"The Brooklyn nets the game one of their Eastern Conference semifinal playoff series for the Milwaukee Bucks one fifteen one oh seven the nets played virtually the entire game without star guard James harden who re injured his hamstring in the first minute of play however they made up for his absence with four players scoring at least eighteen points Kevin Durant led the way with twenty nine points and ten rebounds hi we are being added twenty five points while Blake Griffin scored a team with fourteen rebounds the Bucks shot just six for thirty from three point range yeah I thought that the couple led Milwaukee with thirty four points Tom Mariam New York
Nets Head to Second Round, Beat Celtics 123–109 in Game 5
"James harden had thirty four points ten rebounds and ten assists for his first postseason triple double leading the next to a one twenty three one oh nine win over the Celtics we had a motive to continue to get better both offensively and defensively you know we're gonna be what are the special thing so just walking on details careering scored twenty five points and Kevin Durant had twenty four for the nets who will face the box in their first appearance in the second round since two thousand fourteen Brooklyn reeled off eleven to burst in less than ninety seconds taking a one await ninety one lead midway through the fourth quarter Jayson Tatum had thirty two points and nine rebounds for the Celtics the nets will begin their Eastern Conference semifinal series with the box on Saturday in Brooklyn on the ferry
"brooklyn can" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Eric Lower on the mound coverage begins at 605 on Wtmj. I'll feel there. Lorenzo Cain moved to the 10 Day injured list. Welcome back Tyrone Taylor. Three games on the NBA playoffs. Scoreboard tonight If your Bucks fans you're paying attention to the Nets and Celtics Game five of their best of seven series, Brooklyn can close out the series with the victory should that happen? It'll be the Bucks and Nets in Round two. It's time for extra points. Ah, Sports counter Jerry on Wisconsin's afternoon use here's break met sick. Trading Aaron Rodgers just over a month after Roger's frustration with the Packers front office became public. The idea continues to be volleyed back and forth more times in a marathon tennis match. Ever since Roger's gripe with management became public knowledge on April 29th June, 2nd was viewed as a key date in the ongoing saga. Expert Can apologists were quick to point out that trading Rogers after June, 1st would result in a 2021 cap savings of a little over $14 million. All the Packers maintain they have no interest in trading Rogers, but we have heard that song before from other teams who felt compelled, even after announcing their attentions to the contrary. Betrayed the player. I've you June 2nd as the day the clock begins ticking on the situation, the Packers will save 14 million plus against the 2021 cap. If they trade Roger's June 2nd July 2nd or August 2nd. There's no rush for Rogers. The situation starts getting real. When finds begin stacking up. Rogers is subject to a $50,000 per day find should he choose to sit out mandatory team activities? You can speculate. I can speculate. We all can speculate how this thing ends, but we have finally entered the orbit of things becoming real. Everything leading up to this point has been nothing more than noise. Brewers. Baseball.
"brooklyn can" Discussed on DSC On Demand
"Tease paul association. A biggie at staples tonight lakers are tied to the phoenix. Suns lakers seven footer. Anthony davis might sit out with a sore groin. Levy isn't the same with an ankle. Seven o'clock on tnt brooklyn can close out tonight up three won. That game is at five in other sports debut pascal and oday if he hadn't he hits nineteen seventy paid seventy seven two. Y'all what a one five. Kgb sports.
Bottle Throwing Boston Celtics Fan Is Due in Court
"Boston Celtics fan is due in court today. He's charged with assault for allegedly throwing his water bottle of Kyrie Irving's head after the Celtics lost to the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday. It's just one of several incidents of fans behaving badly at NBA games
"brooklyn can" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio
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"brooklyn can" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Moore has got a ton of upside as you know and McCarthy kept him and I think McCarthy is still. I can bring in Andy that's the other solution because why even bring an Andy Dalton at the backup come on he's a starter not back on all I know but you know the reason why? The reason why we have that and thank you for the call. The reason why you've got Andy there is in case deck gets hurt your seasons not totally finished their tax not the. Tax Shoulder. Got The t Scott almost a thousand yards passing in the league passing. It's not the real reason. It's just give it to Zeke keep yourself out of trouble cutdown mistakes and you herbs said, Gogo Thomas. If he's if he's ready to go and you in, he's viable candidate to play in the national football league. Go get earl. He wants to be gotten. Your mentioned the Dallas frontline, which I mean they're only given up one, hundred, twenty, seven yards per game rushing. So it's not really it's it's the back the back end we knew the back end was approaching. You said that you said that once we knew it was a was a problem which is why they loaded up on the front end because if you get the quarterback down, he can't sit there in the pocket and pick you apart problem is what if you got someone like Russell Wilson and half the league, all these running quarterbacks. They run away from your rush again I. Think the Ravens Win Tonight will talk about it tomorrow Cameron Jordan of the New Orleans Saints. Always, very entertaining. You'll be hearing this why I love doing the show. Jane Lynch. He's the weakest. Link. And so much more and Neil degrasse Tyson will be on maybe we can ask him about the consistency of a now and later into starburst I. Love. Brooklyn. Can Ask him about going to the moon. We can add a lot to talk about Tuesday edition of the rich Eisen show..
"brooklyn can" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Till seven. Eight twenty I Mike McCann quiet night in the NBA Mets. Knicks both Brooklyn can use the next couple of days to catch their breath. It's okay. Got six wins in a row, but the hottest team in the NHL NBA rather is also the most banged up. Coach Kenny Atkinson says after losing Spencer Dinwiddie out until much because he's chosen to undergo thumb surgery, carousel avert. Allen crab. Jenan Moussa Chavez. Napier stepped up made an important contribution in last night's win. Over the next we needed that. I thought we needed that. Spark poured in eighteen points at twenty seven and twenty three and off until Monday home tomorrow night for Miami. Frank ntilikina could be back in the starting lineup. While Emmanuel moody since it out with shoulder injury. NHL all-star game underway in San Diego, the central and Pacific Division playing the opening match the central has a to nothing lead. College hoops, second have action Columbia's pulled out. Forty one thirty five lead on Ivy league Waibel Cornell earlier what beat Penn State. It was Hofstra by twenty one over Townsend army by six over Lafayette. Fordham, lost Dayton, seventy five fifty two at the Australian Open back Djokovic and RAFI on the Dow will settle things for the men's title that match begins at three thirty AM our time earlier, they only Osaka. Took the women's title over Patrick a of golf Justin Rozier leader after three rounds at Torrey Pines in San Diego, and there's eight days to go to the patriots Rams face off Super Bowl fifty three..
"brooklyn can" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of supporting the joint military base loan prescription drug costs. The tackle the opioid crisis. I felt like this was way for. Kim also hinted he was getting something in return for his vote for Pelosi. Wow. So wheeling and dealing are ready. It looks like we're talking about a committee assignment. It could be Kim wouldn't say, but he would really like a slot on the Armed Services Committee. A panel of Democrats votes on committee assignments, but Pelosi and other party leaders like a new democratic caucus chairman Akeem Jeffries of Brooklyn can promise and deliver good slots to those who support them so committee assignments are important, of course, because they're the things that really determine what a member of congress can accomplish. So what committees are members of our delegation are areas seeking and what do you think it says about what they're trying to do. Most members say they're seeking committees where they can do the most good for their district. Antonio Delgado in the nineteen district in New York. It's it's one of the largest farming districts in the country. So naturally, he's interested in the agricultural committee. The New Jersey freshman or teaming up on their assignments. And they're trying to make sure that they have in New Jersey member on appropriations. Transportation and infrastructure in ways and means those committees handle too big New Jersey issues, the gateway tunnel and repealing the cap on state and local tax deductions. Tom Malinowski from New Jersey's seventh district said committee assignments won't be announced until at least next week. But he thinks New Jersey freshman will get what they want. We have a very large delegation. Now, we.
"brooklyn can" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
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"brooklyn can" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"On series xm combination listened to the guys on the golf which i actually the first i told you the first time i ever listened to golf on the radio and i did it out of sheer necessity i was out east at my sister's my sister summer home in in long island and this is when phil won the the british the british open the open championship do you have to pay really close attention when you listen to because they're out there they're right near the home not sitting in a booth yeah like like like the commentators on television they're standing right next to the guy they have those big headphones on with the sticking out or some guy with some boom mic also and they can't be loud and noxious because it'll disrupt what's going on it's it's it's a completely different listening because you have to listen it's not it's not supported by any visual no it's not drop to possess like if they're like you know we'll go dustin johnson sidewinder twentyfive rank doesn't here at home in two he's managed through for the backside gallery pauses doesn't do his thing got a nice pace that is at the cup and that is in the heart of the jar like actually kinda they work up those they'll start talking loudly when they know that their their voices are drowned here's an early look we put the poll question up on tiki and tierney so bt i you know my buddies always said you can do play by play golf i'm like dude i number one i suck number two i didn't grow up with a silver spoon in my mouth what golf channel is gonna hire me to bring the guys as lefty and righty shoots one hundred and three in brooklyn can you imagine that so here's the poll question as inherently appealing as some of the traits are for the us open one of which remains strategical set up and how the world's best players are punished for aaron shots creating a feel most high handicappers can relate to however looking at round one scores we wanna know is should cock too hard hell no punish away first option yep second offends me i didn't vote yet did you actually.
"brooklyn can" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
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"brooklyn can" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Is it right in all okay regular campus now their field is in brooklyn can catch street right so they have things they're acknowledging the fact that they know that the huntington avenue grounds were there were the first modern world series was played not the first world series because that was in the eighteen eighties so let's not get carried away there but they have done that i have pointed out to them that they have put their brand new year old now two hundred and twenty five million dollar research science and research building on tremont columbia columbus avenue on the site on the very sight of the south end grounds right the south in grounds were in operation from the very first professional game in boston in eighteen seventy one the first home game until august eleventh august thirteenth nineteen fourteen was that carter playground no carter playground is about a block down the street okay you are correct into location but where the building is it is actually on what would have been the last part of the infield and into the outfield and so i want them to acknowledge that fact with a plaque with a plaque or something bigger other people have told me it should be something bigger but i am i am going along with the platform flexible and it is it's motion people at northeastern have accepted my facts and stuff that i've written for them about the place and about how important is because it has five times more history than the huntington avenue grounds do because it was an operation for forty four years as opposed to eleven years do you have somebody with political punch this that we get.
"brooklyn can" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
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"brooklyn can" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"The lesson motels in the area of kissimmie which basically beyond the boundaries of the expensive and incredibly successful theme parks but these are hotels that a more like projects in the sort of welfare housing state have names like the magic causal in the future land and they painted purple and they painted yellow but all at paint can't cover over the fact that many of the people who are living there are longterm residents who are in the red who are essentially are struggling to make ends meet and struggling to pay the rent it's an economic wasteland but it's also bizarrely enough a kind of land for the children who run wild around the film the central the central jakarta is the six year old among he played by brooklyn can be prints whose mum haley bria v nights i think say pronounce it amid wrong she struggling to make ends meet she's out of a job and she's base eating whatever she can to pay the rent so she's she's hawking perfume to upmarket resort customers stealing policies from wideeyed tourists and more meanwhile her daughter and her gang two three of them at a time all running riot around the motel to the dismay of bobby he was the motel manager played by willem dafoe the film never softpedals on the the harsh reality of the economic reality that these families living under the one of the things that sean is incredibly sort of humanist director in you know in the tradition of the danzal in a putz ken loach is he absolutely inhabits the environment's resumes you never get the sense that he's a tourist in these environments you mean you get the sense that he's ease right in sunlight those environments and what this film manages to do is to see the world through the eyes of the characters who are living in it it uses a mixture of these him street causing these some instagram costing these of extensive audition process all of which creates an ensemble cost.
"brooklyn can" Discussed on The Basketball Friends
"David taiwan he wa and cheer odd a trivia question i actually prepare this and for guy had it this is a fun one uh which right so there have been a bunch of technicals amongst coaches this year uh steve kerr talked about it yesterday about how you know there are a lot more ornery the golden state warriors are a lot more ornery than they should be this year considering they're coming off a championship now there have been twenty four coaches who have gotten a technical but six have not gotten a technical is it which six are the goodie twoshoes that have not gotten a technical so far this season this is a foam well does include i mean the guy in phoenix just got there yet a he he's he has one owner in early while linda or watson had did not have one in three games so hooky whereabouts capturing alvin gentry has two technicals there are six that i'm looking for him curious how many yet nate mcmillan his one man it's tough it is i should say that where he got call for one and then it was rescinded later so i guess that's a half of half a point still it's the attack the about the guy brooklyn can you acts in has one technical of doing i'm not doing bad though the now developed to win three light but no i'll give you the two top guys and you talk about how.
"brooklyn can" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"The community however of the subject of the film all the residents of the lesson motels in the area of kissimmie which basically beyond the boundaries of the expensive and incredibly successful theme parks but these are hotels that are more like projects in the sort of welfare housing state they have names like the magic causal in the future land and they painted purple and they painted yellow but all that paint can't cover over the fact that many of the people who were living there are longterm residents who are in the red who are essentially know and struggling to make ends meet and struggling to pay the rent it's an economic wasteland but it's also bizarrely enough a kind of wonderland for the children who run wild around the film the central the central jakarta is a six year old among playboy brooklyn can be prince whose mum haley brio v nights i think so he pronounce it wrong she struggling to make ends meet she's out of a job and she's basically doing whatever she can to pay the rent so she's she's hawking perfume to upmarket resort customer she stealing policies from wideeyed tourists and more meanwhile her daughter and her gang two three of them at a time are running riot around the motel to the dismay of bobby he was the motel manager played by willem dafoe he's a clip suddenly second week of the summer and there's already banner dead fish in the pool and hand water malone strong that tourists syria oh my god this is unacceptable as bad as it by their money this case highly and i'm gonna talk and ashley manning a wing when your friend puts you in charge of her kid.
"brooklyn can" Discussed on WCTC
"It is unbelievable so let's go back to this article eight seven seven three six seven twenty five twenty six that's eight seven seven three six seven 25 26 i want to hear your thoughts on this so we're going back to this article from politico written by again at donna brazile she says of course going back to the other previous sentence i needed to have some solid proof and so did birdie when discussing about you know the idea that the election was raked your she says so i followed the money my predecessor florida representative debbie wasserman schultz had not been the most active chair fundraising at a time when president barack obama's neglect had left the party in significant debt as hillary clinton's campaign gained momentum she resolve the is debt and put it on a starvation diet it had become dependent on her campaign for survival for which she expected to wield control of its operations debbie was not a good manager of course referring to debbie wasserman schultz she hadn't been very interested in controlling the party she let clinton's headquarters in brooklyn do as it desired so she didn't have to inform the party officers how bad the situation was how much control brooklyn had and for how long was still something i had been trying to uncover for the last few weeks we know that the person in charge of rural outreach for the clinton campaign was a person who was given that position a month before the election a month before the november election and that person who lived in brooklyn can you i mean i live in brooklyn now and i should not be in charge of a fifty state presidential campaign i should certainly not be in charge of the rural outreach that's how disjointed disc combined belated disorganized the clinton campaign was and the great irony is this was the career politician this is the person who has done this all before and yet it was her campaign that proved itself to be inefficient in so many ways that he gave us in to some degree president don donald trump by september seventh the day i called birdie i found my proof and it broke my heart we're going to keep this conversation going eight seven seven three six seven 25 26 that's eight seven seven three six seven 25 26 call win i want to hear your thoughts on all this i'm ben.
"brooklyn can" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The glut of johnson and out of play behind the net four one new york seven twenty seven a boy and the second and that was not a treat that brought griffin reinhard through the vegas golden knights used as the expansion off all the edmonton oilers roster and a nice touch last night in dallas for the national anthem botha beta said nights and dallas stars wind up together worth lewis in advance in vegas in las vegas made that extra special orbit internationally the dallas so all forty players that were dress last night were in tandem on those one blue line rather then on two separate who lives of course it was mark andrei flurry in goal for the vegas golden knights getting a win on opening night's though again the trivia answered james neel play that score the first goal in golden knights history it back he had during the third period when it you want over the stars down in texas here's a picture antislapp her joseph sent while ryaleh whole lot fears that aside held in by buffalo's the cave at left point the puli alam a half wall left side none of that molson against getting on a fortlike the night in his season debut for phil housley moles and a healthy scratch thursday at home in their sheet outlaws to the montreal canadiens molson here chases brought nelson behind the outer net nelson will drop it off there for thomas thicky and got the new york break out the nick letting in his own side nearsighted set a ice pass on the table nilsson over the buffalo line to the right circle back here than in front term aside by a savior but nelson in gloved the dump out down with his hand and held it in before the sabres get it back to the outer line for jon voight chuck he'll get away here from gergen scented moving ahead for failing the bars l left wing all the buffalo line the onto the pulls up looks for help chris it for the net grab with a glove by johnson and there's no further play six tend to go in the middle period brooklyn can i hope opener for the.
"brooklyn can" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Time on one eight hear that program tonight at eleven here on kqed 10 minutes now way for one back to the final segment of the recorded all things considered bbc world service comes your way at the top of the hour this is all things considered from npr news i'm ari shapiro and i now see chang this is a story about the power of your gut instincts as soviet military officer listened to his in 1983 and averted an accidental nuclear war he became known as the man who saved the world and it's also the title of the movie about him and this is all coming up because we only learn this week that he died back in may his critical decision came at a very tense tying weeks earlier the soviets had shot down a korean passenger plane killing everyone on board including a us congressman npr's greg mary tells us the rest is this is an amazing story it is one of the the real drama as of the cold war nuclear age that most people have never heard up in it's about a guy name is stanislav petrov he was a lieutenant colonel in the soviet armed forces and he work in the overnight shift so he's going in at midnight to this command center outside moscow usual at least job is to monitor these soviet satellites which are out there trying to detect in american missile launch all of a sudden his computer screen lights up the heat wave when life brooklyn can it says there's been a launch but something in his guy is is telling him it's not quite right all his training has been that the americans will launch a massive all out attack and that the taibbi hundreds of missiles coming in so this notion there's only five live strikes him is odd he sets and he thinks for a minute and he decides not to pass on that information immediately to his commanders but instead to first check is there a computer problem are we getting some bad information but what if he's wrong and what if he's the guy that has information that the soviet union is under nuclear attack any he doesn't pass it on finally after twenty three minutes he says i let out a sigh of relief because he he he had been trained in 23 minutes those american missiles could reach the soviet union at the time the.