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"bucker" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The hamstring injury suffered in the Chargers week one win over the Las Vegas Raiders. The chiefs, meanwhile, will be without kicker Harrison bucker, who is nursing an ankle injury. On Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg world sports opd 8. Markets, headlines and breaking news, 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app. And at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Hi everybody, 13 minutes before the top of the hour, I'm Brian Curtis in the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in Hong Kong, so those three headlines that I gave you a few moments ago, you could probably put those in the recession, what recession category, so let's run through them one by one. New Zealand's economy growing more than expected in the second quarter, GDP rising 1.7% from the first quarter, Japan's trade deficit expanding to a record in August. I guess the economy was strong enough to bring in imports to the tune of a gain of 49.9% in value from a year ago. Now we know that that was inflated by a weaker yen, but still, and then also just that latest data point out of Australia, August employment rising 33,500 month on month, so it just complicates this story. We had a big sell off in global equities a day ago and today a little bit of recovery, so you're seeing some modest rallies. The index is up about four tenths of 1%. The hang Tang tech index is slightly lower though. The CSI 300 in China, three tenths of a percent, similar rallies in Taiwan and Singapore. Right now in Tokyo, the nikkei is up a tenth of a percent, and one of the better performers the SX 200 up about 6 tenths of 1%. The dollar is a little weaker here, dollar yen one 43 O one, the Euro at 99.78 U.S. cents, very little change really here. The Aussie dollar at 67.55 U.S. cents, a bit of a rebound in both ether and Bitcoin this morning Bitcoin up 1.1% gold is tracking sideways, WTI $88 and 51 cents. We did have a softer PPI report in the U.S. and that set the tone on Wall Street. The S&P 500 gained back a third of a percent, but let's not forget. The downdraft, the day before, 4% on the S&P, and 5% for the NASDAQ, and that is a check of markets. And let's get to headline news with Denise Pellegrini and the Bloomberg newsroom, Denise. Thank you, Brian, Vladimir zelensky has been in a car crash a spokesperson says
"bucker" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"I wonder how much Tony's getting from CBS executives. I don't know anything. I'm just, I'm just speculating. You know, when he first started out, it was all about the predictions and he was having fun and all that. And he was told to cut down on the predictions. And now he is a little bit all over the place. And I do wonder if he's getting advice about things not to do and now he's compensating. I mean, I feel like there's something behind the scenes probably going on there. Question, right? Because on the one hand, if your CBS, we're paying you $17 million. So you better take some notes. On the other hand, they're paying him $17 million. So what does he want to take, right? I showed you the MVP of or at least the whose contract was up of this whole genre. So I think that's a really good question. I mean, I'm a cowboys fans. I always go back to Tony the quarterback. The most the best thing about Tony the quarterback was his ability to improvise, his just ability in the moment to spin away in the pocket and make it crazy off schedule play. I think I put in that piece that somebody on another network called him an off schedule announcer, which I think is a really good way to put it. But when it comes to preparation, is he going to out prepare another quarterback? Is he going to out prepare now on TV and other announcer? I don't think so. I don't think he is. It certainly doesn't come through on television if he is. And so again, I'm totally with you. I think sometimes when we talk about this, we're like, this guy's awesome. And this guy sucks. Right. That's not the case here. He's clearly the number one announcer. He has good games and he has bad games and it's okay to say that everybody does. I think it's pretty stark. You could see Tony at his zenith or at least pretty close. And then the next week you can see Tony going, you know, I'd rather have had Eggman or collinsworth on that call. And maybe it's hard to do that two weeks in a row. You know, I mean that it almost seems like a natural that'd be a letdown after that chief spills game. I mean, that really was what ended up being this game that just eclipsed everything people could be. You know, and I even row too, that was a great moment in that game where I think it was now you forget everything. I think it was bucker bucker was trying to kick a field. I'll probably game tying in Tony said I'm nervous. I love that little touch. Yep. Yeah. That was funny. I think it was it reminded me of sports Twitter the way people tweet during a game and they're like, I'm nervous. Oh, this is killing me, like, that's the way Tony talks on television. Well, absolutely. And you know, just to wrap this topic up, I had dance on this podcast. It was two weeks ago, Adam on the last two weeks. But two weeks ago, he said to me that when he does a game with Tony, they're looking at each other and talking to each other and trying to have a conversation more than they're trying to do a different type of broadcast is what Jim said. And I like that. I like that it's different, because if you watch, if you watch as much football as we do every Sunday, everything's the same. You can't tell one analyst from it. You know, when you get past the number one and two teams..
"bucker" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Misses the PAT. After Jay Philly puts the all time kibosh on Booker. I'll never forget somebody bet on the chiefs. I'll never forget Jay Philly. They're showing bucker. He hasn't kicked anything yet. Jay feels like this guy other than Justin Tucker is the best kicker in the week. I'm like, oh, great. He's definitely missing out. He's done. Comes in. This is a 50 yard field goal Mississippi. Some calculating those points. Anyone who has the ober in the game is like, oh, there's four points out the window. But Casey goes up 9. Allen has the 25 yard touchdown. And then there's this weird sequence or a KC punts, buffalo has it. They punt like you mentioned where it felt like, why don't you, you're probably not getting the ball back. Now tyreek has the big punt return. Now it's like chiefs have this. They have it one. Right. And then we have that crazy third in one play where all of a sudden mahomes is running to the left. He's a wide receiver. And I think it wasn't even Kelsey. It was like Blake bell. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Backup tight end is taking the stat. Now, just the part, just the same thing. The snap part is rough for a guy who hasn't taken a snap, let alone the playoff game. Sal. How does mahomes not have the ball there? If you score you win, you're up two scores. Here's the question. You have two chances 31. You have your fucking backup tight end, doing shotgun pitch plays. What is happening? There's no excuse for that. There's no excuse for the backup tight end, or anything, but there's a better play, but that him getting injured on that quarterback sneak against Denver two years. Do you think it's screwed that up? It took that play out of there, right? So then the defense knows that's not gonna be a quarterback sneak. And then you can kind of key on whoever's in the back then. Now you can do something tricky with tyreek hill. But you know, you know that play they have because you've seen them do it a hundred times. Quick mahomes rolls out. Mahomes rolls out and throws that quick three yard slant to hill, who's the best? Yeah. And he's always open. Either way, way better. Have the ball. So somehow, I think this is like one of the lessons of this whole season is co cheer up well. These coaches, they can't just be like, Patrick Mahomes. I'm not going to overthink this. Here comes here comes Blake bell. We're never going to see this one coming. So anyway, we've always had a hard on for playing bell though. I do like when he's in the shotgun. So Blake bell, is that an actress? Or it is Blake bell? Is his name big pal? Yeah, I guess it is. No, that's Lake bell was there. Lake bell. It's a buffalo gets a ball back from people. Yeah. Alan's on fourth and four. And does that huge shotgun scramble thing? And just makes a play, which was awesome. That leads to support the 13 TD to Davis. That's insane for than 13. You could have kicked the field goal there and then be done, but then just need one more field goal, but the 13th was a bullet in there. Well, because they knew they probably weren't getting the ball back. By the way, he breaks the guy's ankles on that, Davis. So then they get the two point on yet another incredible Josh Allen rolling around, having a play out of his ass and even back then so then tyreek has 64 yarder. And what you're not famous scores. But what are you thinking Tyreke should have gone down? I'm like, you're giving Alan too much time. Make them spend their time out. Then you're starting to think Madden video game mask, right? This is way too much time for both quarterbacks. But yeah, go ahead. He scores with a minute 13. I minus one. I'm delighted hill scores and ten seconds later, I'm like, oh God, there's too much time. And it's like, there's no way Josh Allen, who hasn't been deterred by anybody. So then they come back down. Davis scores 13 seconds left and you know the rest. So now we get to the coin toss. The chiefs lost to this that my patriots a couple years ago. And so I'm going to change my opinion slightly on this because I'm sure. Oh, why? Because the Pats didn't win the coin toss. An hour. I have a better idea. So initially, it's like, look, we got to stop the other team. Don't give up a touchdown. Get the give up touch standard deserve to lose. The Pats beat the falcons this way they beat the cheese this way. I do think there's something to the defenses being just dead in the oven. Of course. Of course. I was able to watch it objectively this time without my thinking. And I'm like, oh my God, buffalo's defense is dead. But you can actually see their breath and when it's coming out like rapid fire, that means they're about to have a heart attack. Maybe it should be more than just one possession. So a couple months ago, I've been waiting to tell you about this. My father's Twitter account called quirky research. And they had this thing a couple months ago. They had this article from The Boston Globe in 1980 or 81. In the past, when I was a kid, they would just lose it over time every time. So the paths were complaining about the overtime rules. And they suggested the coach Ron Earhart his suggestion was that in overtime. This was 40 years ago and it's like one of the best ideas I've ever heard. I can't believe I've never heard it. First team gets the ball on OT. If they score the number of plays that it took for them to score, the other team gets the ball and they now have to score in the same amount of plays or less. Interesting. So what game shows us? I feel like this is like honestly the kind of name that too in ish, but if the chiefs they score a touchdown, right? They score in 6 plays. If we're watching today. Now buffalo has the ball. They have to score a touchdown in 6 plays or they lose. 6 is 6 tie or 5 plays, like they have to do one less. They can have 6 KC gets the ball back. Yeah. Maybe I don't know. I didn't see that part in the globe article if it's less than 6 that they actually win. But maybe they have to score in 6 plays and then it just keeps going. But I like that idea more than just showing just loses without touching the ball. That's not bad, or just how about the chiefs kick it off after going up 6 or 7? That's it. And then just play it out. So you wouldn't like the play counter on the bottom and over time where Romo is like, okay, Jim, that's four place. But they're on the exciting place, buffalo has to score in 6 place. It is more exciting, but it doesn't really jive with the rest of the hell rules go. What does? What rule makes sense where Joshua calls tales, they lose. He never sees the ball, and they couldn't stop him. I know it. I'm just glad the refs didn't blow it, really. They almost did. And we both thought, actually with the rams game, but wow, I won't get to that. We'll get to that. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, this was phenomenal. This game. So did you think with tyreek hill when he's running in just the peace sign? I'm like, they're not going to flag that, right? Please, because that's been called all year. They've of course. But they put it away that game. Yeah. So what do we so what do we remember this game? This is the Allen versus mahomes game. What do we call this game? Just the Allen mahomes game because you think the great games you can always remember was some sort of something. Can we just call it the Tony Romo game? I mean, the guy's got nothing. He's got nothing. Just give it to him. Even though he wasn't on the field. All right, so what do we say to buffalo fence? What do we say? I don't know, man. I don't know. It moved to the NFC. Move to the NFC north somehow. You're sort of in the north, go to the NFC, the petition the league and just say, look, our fan base, this town is crippled with misery over this football..
"bucker" Discussed on Cinemavino
"I don't know. But I liked it along. And I would the first time I was I'm still wrapping my head around it. It's a lot. Yeah, I would watch it again, you know? I bought the damn thing. But I buy rent, I bought it, actually. 14.99. 14.99. I own this because I'm so proud of you. I'm gonna set my phone up and I'm just gonna record it. I'm just gonna stream it on YouTube. Just the shitty recording of it. Just do reactions. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I don't even know how I would begin to write this, but I would say it is worth the watch. Yes. That is my big. It is definitely worth the watch. Definitely, if you're a cult film person who's into these movies where it's like, you know, the off the beaten path movies. This is definitely one. You got to scratch off the list. At the very least. Yeah, it's worth watching once. I don't know if I would watch it again like soon, but it might be like in 5 to ten years time. Yeah. Because they were supposed to have the sequel out for them. I admire the ballsiness of that. The world crime unit. Was that the end of it like that. But I was telling Sean earlier, I was just like, you know, it's reminded me of clerks. 94. And at the end credit said stand by or coming soon, clerks two barely clerking or something like that. 20 years later, he clerks too. I was just like, hey, we're still waiting on that. No, hey, we can wait. It's the James Bond. You know, because it's like, you know, James Bond will return and thunder ball. I like the fact that they're making bucker Ramon's eyes. Ambitious. And we're just waiting..
"bucker" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Yeah we're not really that interested in winning this game and the ravens were like not only were we take it. We're gonna take a and we're going to change. The narrative is better ourselves but sow. I'm gonna go backwards by the way. I'm stunned by this result. Based on most of what we saw like. I guess we should be surprised by every chiefs loss right because it does seem like you say they could just win whenever they want right then they don't win it's like oh what the hell does app yet to paraphrase norm macdonald. They were the chairman of the board. They were or lebanon after the interception. Midfield the game's over the the ravens having stopped them the whole game. They do this. Terrible shock draw to wins. They lose five now announce third and twelve mahomes. Does you know the carson wentz falling down on the sack. I'm just gonna throw it in the air even if he just takes sack. They're punting the ravens sort of adds to put together too long. Fifteen play drives Ravens giveaway two extra points still get the ball back with three minutes. Left still laborde. Just kinda methodically go down the field second in three percent bunker and then They hand off to clyde edwards hilar- who's not look good the entire time. They've had them. And i have no idea why he's the guy you would give the bottle there. He gets poked out really easily and then And then they can't get a stop and harbaugh. Does he straps it on on fourth and one deal ballot check colts play. That started the advanced. Metrics store warlike years ago. Such a great win for the ravens. And if i'm the chiefs. I'm like we know we could have one. Yeah right figure that. And what like denver and oakland or one and wanna top the division and. I don't think they're scared of either of those teams right now. I said oakland. Las vegas it to outright atop the right there tied. I'm sorry to tied atop the division. And yeah i thought it was weird because their first of all i had a problem with lamar like doing a flop into the end zone soup to go ahead by one like you still have to make the two point conversion to make this official game and of course they didn't so it's a one point game with three eighteen left and then the chiefs get basically to midfield on one pass right over the middle and now they have to kill the clock so you could throw three yard passes to kelsey which is probably what they should do to get into field goal range. Because that guy's really not gonna fumble. It was a great play by the rookie for the ravens to knock that john paul lose from side hours that i was surprised to learn. That was his first fumble. I thought he coughed a couple up Last year but even so like you said like horrible is getting a lot of credit. But i think you absolutely have to go for it on fourth and one and a half three times in a row right like that. Was your serendipity at that point. If you have lamar jackson and a yard and a half to go about six or seven plays you could use to convert their so. While he gets credit i would have. If he punted that ball. I would have said this is insane. He should lose his job long his brother. Yeah because the chiefs would add the ball like minute. Lafayette veasley would've gone down. They would have gotten their forty yards and bucker would have made like a fifty one yard to win and we all would have been like wetted the ravens. Go for. it's funny i. I took a tower on twitter in regretted it because ever is all ravens harbaugh that went for it so great and it's like the evren showing the cup of harbaugh going labar. You want to go for it. What's the market. Say like now we should punt. This wanna go. Look you know what. I take out of by heads a tweet. My shoulder doing a backflip is michelle. Maybe let's plan this get lucky overtime. Every arnold there's no overtime go ask your kids. Hey kids you wanted to get some base game. They now now we're good cetera. Like of course lamar was going to go. And of course the chiefs working to stop. They didn't stop ballgame to me. This was a game of two teams. That were doing something that the other team simply couldn't stop at any time they got in trouble is because they did something else other than the the team could stop like the ravens had terrible picks anytime they threw the ball that sheets thank god bother can stop it and converse with the chiefs anytime they just spread the field and didn't run the ravens couldn't stop they were double teaming tyreek the whole game. They took him out so kelsey. Chelsea's wide open pringle was wide open robinson's wide open. I mean it was a hard guinness again. Yeah yeah it really is a boy but that so then you think about it like i both. These teams are tough outs right so i don't know why we're looking ahead but if i'm trying to narrow down to the final four in the afc why it would be any different from last year. I don't know that it would be. But and i don't even know if you could fix this but the chiefs defense is is always going to be like this right. I don't know that they should always give up. Two hundred and fifty one yards rushing on many of those came in the first-half even even when they had the lead but I just think this is the team right. And they're going to be in every game and it out. You could do this last. What last him with the ball wins kind of thing but they'll win thirteen games this year. I have no doubt really run the ball even on second and three they lined up like they're going to run it and i didn't feel good about the play before the fumble and he would have been tackled even if he didn't fumble would have been third and three It.
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"bucker" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Week in history on I Heart radio. Welcome back in Clay. Travis Buck Sexton show taking you into the weekend, man. I gotta tell you what a crazy week of stories I don't know about you block, but I keep thinking like, hey, you know it's September. Maybe things will be a little bit quiet. You know, maybe they'll be. We're gonna be scrambling. Trying to find things to talk about every day is more chaos. We're not even in an election year, man. I mean the meat and potatoes. Of what we do is political talk radio here. And I mean between the Biden disastrous Afghan evacuation and now the mandates and I mean, you know, there's also just a backdrop to all this. I know you're going to tee up this this Fauci thing for us in a second. I think it is the first time in 18 months. I've heard him address natural immunity. And he is essentially going to say client Bucker, right, although he won't say it that way, But that is what he's saying. And it was through all this. The bio administration has failed. I mean, they could say, Oh, but it's people's fault or whatever. No, we were told that we would turn the corner. He would crush the virus, not the economy, yada, yada yada. They have not managed to get us to where they said they would at this point. All right. We have a lot of people in media who listen to this show. We understand that a lot of you are busy and you're prepping and you're like, Hey, what's significant out there that we need to be talking about? Here's what I would request. Because we don't get to go to the White House press briefing. Joe Biden is not going to talk to us. We don't get to talk to Dr Fauci. We get to talk to all of you millions of people every day. But here's what I would request for people out there who are listening that do get the opportunity to ask these questions. Asked the same question of Dr Fauci and Jen Psaki and also of Joe Biden and Rachelle Rolince Key. The CDC director. I want to give credit here. This is on CNN, Dr Sanjay Sanjay Gupta. So for everybody out there was like, Oh, you're not a doctor. How dare you have an opinion on any medical issue whatsoever? Your Kelly Grandma's, which is what Buck and I have been hearing for 18 months. We have been slamming this story on the radio show because both of us happen to have covid. We recovered from it. There is zero discussion of maybe 100 million people out there pretty decent percentage of American population, maybe even higher. That have had covid and have recovered from it. And there is Israeli data, which we talked about with all of you that says that natural immunity that is recovering from Covid is up to 27 times as protective as vaccinated immunity. And last night. I believe this is Dr Sanjay Gupta was on with Anderson Cooper. And the Pfoutch meister himself and I want you to listen to Sanjay Gupta directly asked Fauci about natural immunity and listen to Fauci is response play the cut. There was a study that came out of Israel about natural immunity. And basically the headline was that natural immunity provides a lot of protection even better than the vaccines alone. Um, how What are people to make of that? So So as we talk about vaccine mandates there, get calls all the time. People say I've already had covid. I'm protected. And now, the study says, maybe even more protected than the vaccine alone. Should they also get the vaccine? How do you make the case to them? You know, That's a really good point. Sanjay. I don't have a really firm and so few on that. That's something that we're going to have to discuss. Regarding the durability of the response. The one thing the paper from Israel didn't tell you is whether or not as high as the protection is with natural infection. What's the durability compared to the durability of the vaccine? So it is conceivable that you got infected? You're protected. But you may not be protected for an indefinite period of time. So I think that is something that we need to sit down and discuss seriously because you're very appropriately pointed out. It is an issue and there could be an argument for saying what you said. Oh, there could there could be an argument, Clay. First of all we know he's talking about durability of natural immunity. We know the durability of the vaccines is not very long because they have to get boosters and that's already been established. So in what world should we make the assumption that the natural immunity is worse in terms of duration and durability? Even then, the vaccines that we've already found out Do not last. Does it take 18 months for Fauci to be asked this and credit to Dr Sanjay Gupta for asking him on live television. How does he still not have an answer? Buck all he's done. For Covid for 18. Months is talk about Covid. And when he finally gets asked after 18 months about natural immunity, his answer is I don't have a really firm answer for you on that. What are you doing Value? Here's what it is. I'm so angry about it. No, I know, but the good news is we're right. So, yeah, everyone listening to us. He's admitting he's like Clay and Buck as much as they are barbarous, evil doors, killing grandparents across America on the issue. The specific issue of the immunity that is conferred after a natural infection. He's saying we're correct. Okay, so that's great Beyond that, though. Clay. The reason that he's like I don't have an answer I don't really know is because this would create a hurdle for the policy. They are ramming down everyone's throats right now, it would create an additional complication. And it would it would slow down the You know the pushing the lemmings off the cliff, so to speak, like they want everyone to do it and the last questions later. You should be able to go out and get an antibody test like I have done like you have done Buck. And if you have antibodies Naturally from a covid infection. You should be able to present that in lieu of a vaccine and in lieu of needing to constantly get tested. Because the data reflects that natural immunity is better than vaccinated immunity. Now, the cynic buck Would say the reason why Fauci is saying, I don't have a really firm answer for you on. That is not only because it complicates the situation and calls into question their vaccine mandates. It also creates a lot smaller business opportunity for Madonna and for Pfizer, and for Johnson and Johnson, because it.
"bucker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"This week. I have no idea what he's doing is don't ask, but I am Ben Parker filling in for Dan. Typically, you can hear me from 2 to 6 in the afternoon doing the news here on WBZ and we had a fun filled action packed night and hoping that you will join in to take us home. 617254 10 30 Covid. We talked about Covid the new move variant that is come about I mentioned earlier. I don't know how we jumped from because I I do news so clearly, you know, I I should have my finger on the pulse, right? We went from Delta to move like like overnight and that skipped a whole bunch of Greek letters in the alphabet. I did a little research gather or some other variants out there. They stole those names, and they didn't really make much of an impact. So let's just curious when I heard Hey, we're on. We're on Move area. Wait a second. Don't know the Greek alphabet by heart. But I know that Delta and move are not right next to each other and no, they're not. So we can talk about that. Or back to school. Kids are masking up to go back to school. Did yours have to? Are you worried about it? Are you worried that they're going back to school? Maybe too soon? Maybe not soon enough. Whatever. We talked about space to if you don't talk about space. Peter King is a fascinating guests. CBS correspondents been covering space since the mid nineties and in the space since you know he was born. Really, uh, knows a lot. We could have a lot of fun with that. So if you wanna talk about space, maybe something you witnessed in the space program or maybe something you're hoping will happen. In space. Let's go to Lowell. Hello, Mary Lou. Goodbye, Heart. Where she where she go. Mary Lou, come back. Hi, Ben. Hi, there. Um, train. I don't know what you look like. But I'm trying to picture you with white plant and you need to send them back to where you bought them. No white paint. No, I can't wear white pants. No, absolutely not a man with white pants. No, no, no, no, no. No. But you see, this is where you see 50. Yeah, like beings in the fifties. I get you here. Here's the thing. And the funny thing is, and you don't really know me, which is fine, And I'm glad to tell you about myself. Not what I look like, Necessarily. But, uh, I actually it's funny because I bought the white pants. For the exact reason that you're telling me I shouldn't wear them because I know that I shouldn't wear them, but I want to wear them so people will go. Why are you wearing those white pants? I'm just curious if it's if I can wear them a couple days after Labor Day because I was laid up for a few weeks. No, You can't with them at all at all. But you said your wife doesn't like what? Not My life doesn't like anything I pick out because I'm a guy. I don't blame her. I don't blame her not to even my P and then, like, seriously, I can't even believe you would buy a clear awake. She couldn't either. I did get him on sale, So that's a plus right? How it is it now? They're trying to get rid of that. Well, he did. They got rid of one pair to me. Yes, exactly. That's why they put them on sale so they can get rid of them. Because men just don't wear white appeared just like a man wearing white shoes. Hello. All right. Well, I guess I'll put the white shoes back to Alabama. How about a white hat? Like why don't just dress all in white? What's the difference? I'm dying. No, no hat, no boots. You've just you blew up my entire wardrobe for tomorrow. Mary Low. All right, I'll take I'll take sorry as they seriously somebody will shoot at you or something or honest to God. As I said to yourself, as they say, I will take it under advisement. Okay. Someday you'll grow up like you just said no wrong. All right, Mary Lou, I love listening to you, though. You sound like a cool guy. Oh, I am going to be cool wearing those white peers. I'll tell you that. All right? I'm a little sad, but thanks, Mary Lou. All right, Well, there's one I guess I got to keep score. Rob. We've got to keep score. That's one against the, uh, the white pants. Let's go to Linda in Ipswich. I have no idea if she's calling about pants or something else, But she's on Nightside. Hi there. Linda. Hi, John. Hey, guys. You're willing to wear the white pants even against your wife's objections? Well, yeah, well, especially against her. Why do you need of strangers? Approval? Come on, get a little bit of self confident. That white thing not where you have to Labor Day went out in the 19 forties. All right, was it was there in the forties? As then decades since they dropped that, all right Where your white bad, All right, All right. There's one. All right, Linda. I appreciate that again. I will take that under advisement. Although I feel like I feel like you don't like the white pan idea. You're just saying I could wear them. No, no, I love so I dance have a little bit of self competence. Go down to say Hey, look at me. I just taken a thumb in your eyes. I'm gonna wear my white pants. Do it. All right, well tomorrow, then we break out the white pants. There you go. Alright. Enjoy yourself. Thanks, Linda. Okay, Bye back. I I didn't know that the white pants thing would be the big topic tonight, but apparently it is. I did buy a pair of white pants. I bought them late, man. Yeah, I was gonna say late June early July sometime in that range, I bottom because they're white pants. And I thought, Hey, white pencil. Be cool. My wife said those will not be cool, which made me want to buy them even more. So now I got this pair of nice white golf pants. Uh, you know, they're stretchy. They, you know, they breathe whatever still have the tags on it. I guess I could bring them back. Except I think the store I bought him that's out of business. Anyway, so I I just was kidding around a little bit. I do you know, let's after Labor Day. I thought there was no rule. I don't know. What do I know about fashion? I'm a guy in my fifties. I just heard Labor Day. Can't wear white anymore. Maybe that's wrong. I don't know. Lorries in Montana on nightside. Hi, Laurie. By a great show tonight. This is very refreshing. Thank you. This this this tide, Bucker says. Just go ahead and wear them. First of all, they're not like press women. Not coming from Miami. But if anybody gives you a hard time just telling you stepped off the plane from Florida. I could do that. I was I was thinking, uh, I got a nice, uh, light blue shirt golf shirt. Maybe that would go with it. Maybe I could even throw on like I got a very light. When I say light like it's not. It's not heavy, like for winter. It's a very light spring kinda dress jacket. And maybe if I did that, and kind of pulled off the the Rico suave, maybe put the hat on, like control. I could do that. And then the white pants wouldn't like. Look as obvious they'd be like, Oh, this guy is really dressed weird instead of just my parents. Yeah, stop. We'll do our white pants. A big deal in Montana. People were white Pence in Montana alone. You know? It's want to people. Where would they want to wear half of the more short fall winter so I don't want to go. I don't want to stereotype Montana and by the way, Montana is probably in my top. Five states. I'd love to go visit for a like a while and and and explore the joint. And I don't say that because you're from Montana. I just say that because it's true. I'm actually from New England. I moved out here 10 years ago. Oh, God bless you. But I I I don't mean to stereotype, but I kind of felt like Montana's like a blue jean kind of place. Really very much as there are. The pockets of cowboys are also professional pockets, too. But I can't say that I've seen maybe on the golf courses in the summer..
Battle Acts: France Beefs up Its Forces
"Two thousand thirteen french armed forces have been stationed in the suhel fighting jihadists francis forces have been stretched just over five thousand of its troops for a region. Roughly the size of western europe. Such counterinsurgency operations might be challenging. But these days francis generals have their sights on something far larger forests in the plains of the champagne ogden region. The armed forces are beginning to prepare for the return of a major conflict exercise. Orion a giant drill plan for twenty twenty three who involve the full range of french military capacity on a scale not tested for decades specter of high-end war is now so widespread When you talk to military analysts that is an acronym for this scenario. Hei which stands for the english translation is hypothesis of major engagement. Sophie pattern is our paris bureau chief. And it's really a seismic shift. I would say for french forces because if you think back thirty years ago most of them were involved in overseas operations in peacekeeping and if the last decade it's been a question of counterterrorism or counterinsurgency most that side the being in operation but can in the sahel or even a counter-terrorist operation could operation centeno in france itself. But last year the head of the army general tilly bucker presented a strategic vision for twenty thirty looking ahead to the next decade and in it he described an outlined the need for the to prepare for high intensity state on state conflicts and he had this line which is very striking. He said the return of a major conflict is now a credible
"bucker" Discussed on Movie Herald Tamil Podcasts
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Buying a TV? Avoid these purchases
"If you had to focus on one or two basic tips on what not to buy when it comes to be. What would you pick. So i and i might get some pushback for this is i. Don't think it's the right time to buy. Eight k ak does look great especially if you're going to invest eighty plus inch television if you've got the budget but i still think it's kind of early so not only is it more expensive and not only is there. Not a lotta eight. K content out there to justify the investment even though it can upscale hd or four k to near eighty k quality. I don't think you need to do this yet. You're you'll hear from the sales person at the big box store while you're future proofing your investment the issue is this if you bought a four k tv when it first came out you missed out on some other technologies that were arguably more important than resolution like hdr ten plus or dolby vision. You know high dynamic range stuff that increases the brightness and contrast in color of those television so it's not just about resolution and if you buy an eight k now in a few years from now when the prices drop for ak you may be missing out. So i'm going to say. Take a pass on on eight k. Tv's right now. Even though there are a few available and then with four k. That's kind of a no brainer that there's a lot of four k. content outright now however if you're going to be buying a smallish. Tv like forty inches forty two inches. There's probably no need to buy four k. Because your eyes won't be able to really tell the difference between a ten eighty p picture and a four k picture on a small tv because a pixel density right. Unless the only caveat is that if you're sitting close to the tv then you'll notice a difference but if you're buying tv maybe for a spare room or you know again. It's like a dorm room or something where it's not a huge investment. You're not a major you know Home theater enthusiasts. If you're getting a forty audience tv. I don't think you need to go. Four k you could probably save a couple of bucks stick with hd. Because unless you're super close you're not gonna be able to tell the difference but you will you mentioned for k. I if you're shopping and you see tv like an is a four k. There's no reason not to get it right. Because i know a lot of places aren't even stock and regular hd anymore. Yeah for sure. If it's fifty fifty five inches in and above four k is absolutely time to buy a four k tv. You're right it may be harder to find like a ten eighty p. Hdtv color televisions. And sometimes i've noticed And this is both online and retail. You may be paying a lot more for a four k small. tv for whatever reason something to do. Maybe with the way it's manufactured but you're is really won't be able to tell the difference unless you're super close one trap that i fallen into and i don't want our listeners to fall into its when it comes to buying. Hdmi cables because you see some of the cables and they promise certain things but they also costs a little bit more. What should our listeners know about what to buy when it comes to. Hdmi cables in all the years. That i've been comparing hd my cables and it's been a number of them. I have not seen or heard the difference between a cable from my local dollar store and pricier cables. I'll be honest with you. Like just spend the bucker two and see if that does the trick. It's usually limited to four or five feet so if you need a longer cable or one with thicker shielding to reduce electron interference from say then fine. You will pay more but you really could get away with an entry level. Hdmi cable it should be able to handle four k three d. If you're still doing that and be long enough for what you need at the very least if it doesn't do the trick you're only out a dollar to so i'd say go with your local dollar store for an hd and my cable you'd be surprised that know how comparable that quality is to the more expensive one so that the brand names will cost more than the no names. But i have yet to. You know and i've also spoken. Ah real experts here audio files included. And they they really can't tell the difference either
"bucker" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"You shooting a 1200? W O A. I. This report is sponsored by Russell Stover Candies. Football is a game. But love isn't so Don't forget to pick up a heart shaped box of Russell Stover chocolates this Valentine's Day and prove to her that football was just a fleeting fantasy, and she is your number one make happy this Valentine's Day with Russell Stover. Super Bowl 55 is in the books camp Obeyed, meets Kansas City, 31 to 9. Quick email from Glen Charlie Parker I heart media dot com You not said anything yet about the mask. The halftime performers were wearing what Hell was that? We talked about it a little bit. I didn't say anything because I couldn't figure it out. I disagree with this and look like a jockstrap kind of thing. They look like I was looking at roar shock from the watchman or the elephant man or the invisible man. I don't know what that was until I talk to Tanner Carlson, who works in our 24 hour news center younger guy. Big fan of the weekend, and we got a little bit of this from Rory O'Neill in the seven o'clock hour. My on the best. I can understand it. The weekend has a problem with people that do cosmetic stuff to make themselves look better. You know what I mean? Yeah, Basically, he's just kind of calling out what the pressure is in Hollywood Look a certain way. And exactly so there Ian lies the bandage thing. Hi. Thank you. 60 minutes of football yesterday, we'll wrap it up for you and 94 seconds. So Harrison Bucker 25 of 27 on the year 49 year old attempt on that kick is good first points of the game over Kansas City. Brady's pass this test again the biggest tandem for touchdowns down. In postseason history. Old Patriots teammates reunite in the Super Bowl for a score ready. Play action looking 30,000 inside Kowski again with trucks down. Hold on, There's a flag on this is gonna be a touchdown. I think Kansas City held again. On the other side of the field. I was washing up top came instead of holding number. 21 defense continues to climb. We're going to the play Twister was the fake. There's the past. When there's cash for the test stand hands around your neck. Just room for one more snap with you have guessed when this impossible season Was drying the launch that you get it all in you get the Tampa and won the Super Bowl ended. The ball would be in the hands of Tom Brady. Jim Nansen, Tony Rome owe on C. B s. You may have seen the game you may have missed the game may have seen parts of the game. Here's some things you probably did not pick up during yesterday's game. It's my favorite stat. I don't know who came up with it. But Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes ran for an incredible 497 yards while scrambling 497 yards scrambling. He did have 33 positive yards rushing from the line of scrimmage. The last time my home started and lost the game by more than one score. Was in November a 2016 when Texas Tech lost Iowa State 66 to 10. Teams trailing by double digits at halftime. The Super Bowl are only one and 25 all time. Yesterday's game was the first time in 10 Super Bowls that Brady scored a touchdown in the first quarter. The Bucks are the first team with 4 30 Point games in a post season. They're the first team to be three Super Bowl M V P quarterbacks in the same post season. Would be this year, Mahomes Rogers and Drew Brees. Bruce Arians became the oldest coach to win a Super Bowl. Brady became the only quarterback to win a ring in three decades. Only two other quarterbacks have won in two decades, and that would be those manning brothers Peyton and Eli. And when Brady signed with Tampa Bay, the Bucks hadn't had a winning record since 2016 hadn't reached the playoffs since 2007. And my second favorite stat. All of the touchdowns yesterday. The two by drunk the one by four. Net in the one by Antonio Brown. Neither of those three players was even on the team when the season began..
"bucker" Discussed on WGN Radio
"7 40. Are you more lethargic than you normally are on Monday morning probably ate too much. I overdosed on Cuban sandwiches during the game because my wife sent me out to, uh 90 miles. They've got a few Cuban restaurants around and it's not exactly it's not Miami Cuban food, but it's pretty good for Chicago, and she was taking some pictures for her. Website. She always post a lot of recipes on that savvy dash planet dot com site and so she was taking pictures of Cuban food. And so after the photo session, Of course, it was time to eat. And you know, she cut him up into like a little like sliders. And that's very dangerous. Because when that happens you like 100 of them, right? So I'm a little slow today here. Um What did you think of that Vince Lombardi appearance? Didn't you think that was a little creepy? Yeah, well, I'd seen the tea's They've been running for a few days with it. So first time I saw it was during the game last night. Yeah, well, they ran a rape before the game. They ran the extended version right and they ran it again, write a short version during the game in the game, right? Yeah, I was reading today that The studio used historical footage of Lombardy, and then they shot some footage of an actor and they use something called proprietary face swapping technology. And the NFL worked with Lombardi family through the process, including the development of the script, but I just thought was creepy. But when it Hey, when I George Palace next year, I mean, is this gonna be a trend We're going to see now. Well, I mean, it's It's pretty remarkable when you think that Vince Lombardi last coached a game. I think he died in 1970. So the guys who are playing even Tom Brady isn't really old enough to remember. I mean, I'm sure he's a student of the game, and he knows about the party. But I think for most people, I mean, it's it's good a good thing. I think to kind of pulled some historical figures from your past. Maybe you're right. Maybe George Palace would be good to bring back run some actual clips. You know they can reach restore those old clips with little process and make him look good. We have the real thing. I would go with that. You know, you always see the footage of Lombardy and Alice on the sideline Wrigley Field. It's great stuff on And I meant to ask Adam, hold this. But, Dave, you probably know the answer that quote this question. When did it start? The teams that win the toss, always defer and shoot and choose to kick off. It's been It's been that way for a long time, and just about football that every level but what I know originally there were some occasions where, because of the wind They would they would choose to do that. But now it just seems like no you win the toss you You want to kick off you want. You want to get to teach your defense out there first and put the other team's offense on the field because it's going to get you potentially a neck stra possession in the game, because, you know You're gonna have the ball first in the third quarter, so you can kind of plan the way you play, Especially as you get towards halftime sort of the way you you play it hoping maybe you'll get A neck stra possession or two inside of the two minute warning. And then you know you're gonna get the ball back right away in the third quarter, so you can You put yourself in position to potentially take control of the game. Plus, if you have confidence in your defense, especially is I think both these teams did going into the Super Bowl. I think you feel like you could make an early state a statement early stand. Remember Kansas City did that. I mean, they forced him to beta. Go three and out. First time they had the ball in your thinking. Okay. Now give my home's the ball. See what happens, right? It just didn't work out. No, I didn't. I didn't think it was uncalled for. For the CBS announcers, though, to refer to the Bucks kicker as a suck up I feel it is. That's a pump. Maybe you would think that especially Big kicker. And what the other kicker? They're both. They're both really good. The Chief's isn't his name. Something like What's his name? His? His name is Bucker. But here? Yeah, that's it. Yeah, See, he would have played well in Chicago. It's kind of a hybrid between dick buckets, right? Yeah. And then you think a Butthead to Kevin Butler Butler the ball together? Have you noticed something different about the Chicago skyline? Lately? We have some interesting little tidbits of information about Chicago architecture to talk to Blair came in about will do that. Coming right up. Let's check on a couple things here first,.
"bucker" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Case. I'm the 1.5. Maybe before the ball was when he steps down, But you're right. It's a favorable spot, but I don't think it's enough. Shaman, Dermot to risk using a challenge here. Time out. If you're gonna do it, you should have thrown the challenge that no one you're gonna use a time out anyways. He decided not to Tony. It was handy. Reed, who called the time out, so I'm not sure if he wanted to get a couple more looks out of himself. If he thought maybe Kelsey had gotten a touchdown, which he didn't he was clearly out of bounds. If anything, Kansas City benefited from the spot those so much because he walked all the way down to the goal line. He's right by the official. But right now we've got All the first tight formation trip to the right hand off plowing ahead touchdown. Clyde Edwards, the lair. Takes it in for the score. The Kansas City Chiefs extend their lead. It does not get much easier in that. Forget the spot they could have spotted at the five yard line. Edwards a lair is untouched. Really well blocked, big time blocked by already. The left guard just taken Vernon Butler off the harness scrimmage puts him in the end zone and Edwards a layer goes right behind them. They go nine play 77 yards, They're doing it. Surgically extra point is good from Bucker and all of a sudden this game has turned in our hurry. 21 to 9 Kansas City in front with 4 12 to play. In the second quarter. You're listening to the NFC Championship game on Westwood one. Hi, friend..
"bucker" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Kansas City will kick it off from right to left with Harrison Bucker Return Man is the pro bowler Andre Roberts, who will represent the FC in the Super Bowl. We're about to find out the chief's ticket off booming kick. End over end through the back of the end zone, and the bills will have it at the 25 yard line. Toe. Open up Tony Buffalo. This is no longer a nice story. This is a legitimate team with a big time offense. They're they're They're outstanding Way, said in a second ago, this is one. This is that these are the two best teams in the NFC Buffalo being one Be interesting to watch this game in the first quarter last week, they only have one running play cold in the first half. I think Brian able, the offense quarter has had more balance to start this game. They opened up 1st 10 of the 25 yard line with Dawkins. But Morse, Feliciano and Williams across the line tied and Dawson knocks in motion sets up just to the right of Josh. Alan. He's dealing with 17,000 fans. There is noise here in Arrowhead, Check to a running play hand off to the right. Singletary trying to slide to his right. He's dropped after a game of two brought down by Derek Naughty on the play wide receivers Stefan Diggs had an All world season for Buffalo. He's joined by Cole Beasley, John Brown, the third wide out Josh Allen, the quarterback MBT caliber season. Give him a game of a yard second down and nine for the bills. Alan Fix it laser beam over the middle, and it's hauled in cold Beasley with the catch of the first out 17 yard pickup out across the 40 yard line.
"bucker" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Kansas City will kick it off from right to left with Harrison Bucker Return Man is the pro bowler Andre Roberts, who will represent the A F. C in the Super Bowl? We're about to find out the chief's ticket off booming kick end over end through the back of the end zone, and the Bills will have it at the 25 Yard line. Toe. Open up Tony Buffalo. This is no longer a nice story. This is a legitimate team with a Time offense. They're they're they're outstanding. I mean, Way, said in the second ago, this is one. This is the thieves are the two best teams in the NFC Buffalo being one of them. It'll be interesting to watch this game in the first quarter last week, they only had one running play cold. In the first half. I think Brian able, the offense corner has had more balance to start this game. They open up first in 10 of the 25 yard line with Dawkins Butter, Morse, Feliciano and Williams across the line tied and Dawson knocks in motion sets up just to the right of Josh Alan. He's dealing with 17,000 fans. There is noise here in Arrowhead. Check to a running play hand off to the right. Singletary trying to slide to his right and he's dropped after a game of two brought down by Derek Naughty on the play. Wide receivers. Stefan Diggs had an all world season for Buffalo. He's joined by Cole Beasley, John Brown, the third wide out Josh Allen, the quarterback MBD caliber season. Give him a game of a yard second down and nine for the bills. Alan Fix it laser beam over the middle, and it's hauled in cold Beasley with the catch in the first out 17 yard pickup out across the 40 yard.
"bucker" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Mahomes, still not on the field for the Kansas City Chiefs, but the Cleveland Browns have the ball and are working closer to the end zone. Kansas City, ending their last offensive drive with a 33 yard field goal by Harrison Bucker. Leading 20 to 10 right now over the Cleveland Browns. As we welcome you back to prime time here on ESPN Radio with field Yates and markers like I'm Melissa leg, we are presented by progressive insurance. All of our guests appear. On the Goodyear hotline. We will keep you posted on this matchup between Cleveland and Kansas City guys. But let's get into the big story out of Houston. We talked about this just a week ago to Shawn Watson was On vacation. I believe when they were going through hiring their new GM. He was unhappy with the way they went about it. A K a. His lack of involvement, and Adam Schefter put out some tweets earlier today that I think, tell us a lot about what's going on with this situation, Schefty said. There's a growing sense from people in and around the Texans organization that does. Shawn Watson has played his last snap for the team. It's early in the off season, but there's a lot of time left. But Watson's feelings cannot. And should not be underestimated. Schefty also talked about the Texan's head coaching situation, saying that a league source connected to the Texan's head coaching opening set on Saturday that It's gone from the least desirable head coaching job to the most undesirable head coaching job in the NFL. That is how the job is now looked at Bye, everybody. Feel There's a lot to unpack here because a couple of weeks ago when we were talking about the job openings across the NFL, the fact that to Shawn Watson was there, a proven NFL starting quarterback made this job attractive. How far have we fallen now? In the last 7 to 10 days? I mean, what are your thoughts as we sit here on what is it? January 17th with this Texan situation s. So I'm gonna be careful in using words and I'm allowed to use on radio as opposed to word that I'm not allowed to use on radio when describing this as a BLEEP show. Tweeted this earlier, so and I'm gonna reiterate this point. Shawn Watson all by himself. Makes the Texans a top 10 head coaching job. I truly believe that all by himself, and before you come back at me and say, Hey, well, you know you've got before 11 and one this past year. They don't have any talent. I get it. But that was organizational negligence. What took place over the past couple of years if I said going forward Without the factors of like the personalities involved in some of the stuff that's happened just on principle. The chief's probably be number one. You'd have other jobs like the Bills like, For example, the Texans, you know, whatever the Packers, etcetera, OK The top 10 job. I firmly believe that There's very few rules of having a franchise quarterback because the quarterback kind of just makes you successful on principle. But one of them is to make sure the guy is happy. And I don't mean you have to him. Out down to his every wish and command and desire. But the fundamental things should not be an issue for you. And somehow the Texans can't even seem to get on the same page is with the Shawn Watson at all. And every time it seems like they try to do something to maybe rectify the situation a little bit. It gets no closer to resolution. Sean Watson's unhappy and I get it. Players are made making a lot of money. I think I hear you on that They should be happy should do their job. If that's what that's the car, you want to play. That's fine. I firmly believe though in the NFL, you don't treat every player evenly. But you do treat them off. Barely hurts, right. You can't expect to. Sean wants to get the same treatment as 1/7 cornerback on your roster. You got to do a few small things to get this right? And if the Texans don't do that, Well, then we might be talking about former Texans quarterback to Shawn Watson, not franchise quarterback Potential. M V P. Texans quarterback to Shawn Watson. Yeah, and I think what What happens is It becomes a reality moment for a lot of US players that We don't matter Toe ownership. Doesn't matter who we are. That's usually the case now. When you are the star quarterback. And you want to speak your mind? And you should be able to speak your mind. And try to improve the team, right? It's not like he's speaking his mind to undermine the team. He's not speaking his mind to try to ruin anybody. He's saying, Look, I want this team to be better. That it is. I want the best for the Texans. This is this is what I see is not happening when we have new leadership that comes in because you've made the decision has ownership that we need new leadership, which I'm sure that Sean wants an agreed with You made the decision that new leadership to comes in. The owners are not in the locker room. They are not in the field. They do not have very much interaction with the players. So why don't we go to the source? We go to the players to Shawn Watson to see what do we need from a new leader? What has been lacking? Well when that did not take place or when there was a request said Hey, look to Shawn, Why don't we get your feedback? He gives the feedback and then nothing is done of it. The players starts to realize what I said the very beginning. Players don't matter. Do these owners a.
"bucker" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"The locker room, trying to sell it to the doctors that he's okay but It'll be interesting to see what that evaluation is. 20 years. A shotgun snap. Quick throw is handed down in the line of scrimmage hit on the play by Vincent Taylor on the defensive line for the Browns. So it's an incomplete pass. The ball stays at the Browns, 20 and the Chiefs now will have a third down and six is Chad. Henny comes in for the injured Patrick Mahomes, the Chiefs leading 19 to 13th quarter clock. Is it 5 12 right now? Wanted him. He's a guy that's been around for a long time He's in his 13th season, He started a number of football games in the NFL. It's just he's been standing around for a while. And you mentioned the fact that he played in week 17 when a number of the starters rested, so he's had some recent playing time and experience. It's just trying to get this done. And when called upon in the playoffs start in six from the 20th, Cleveland quick throw down the middle. It's caught in stride. Running on a shallow cross. The 15 by Kelsey got the ball on his chest, held it against that, eight and seven on the front of his jersey. But Short by a yard got to the 15 caught the ball. The hash. It's fourth down and one and the chief will send their field goal unit out onto the field. Well, when Travis Kelsey caught this ball, he was writing the first down marker, and he tried making a defender Miss. So we actually went backwards. What? When he went backwards, he was tackled sort of the sticks. That's where they've marked it So now Chiefs have decided Tonto go for this field goal attempt 33 yards by Harrison Bucker, who has missed two at this end..
Remembering Hank Greenwald, the gentleman humorist
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park law La Land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information. Remembering Hank Greenwald, the gentlemen, humorist by Bruce tank ins, tracking hang Greenwald's broadcasting career is a bit like trying to identify every song ever performed by Bob Dylan. There's a new discovery around every corner Greenwald who died at eighty three on Monday covered. Syracuse football during the heyday of Ernie Davis Floyd little and Larry's uncle he was the voice of USF basketball for a spell in the nineteen seventies. He wants hosted a weekly forty Niners television show appearing one night in a helmet. So comically large it came down over his shoulders. And that was Hank. John Miller fondly recalled anything for a laugh, and then there was that visit Portland in nineteen sixty five. It was a western Hockey League trip covering the San Francisco seals against the Portland Bucker ruse and during a quick stop in Seattle Greenwald hap-. To meet a woman named Carla writer. They had a very innocent date and when Greenwald returned to Seattle three years later on a San Francisco warriors trip, they launched a relationship. He was such a gentleman Carla recalled this week, I think we went out three times before he kissed me. I said to myself my God, what's with this guy. The gentleman happen to be extremely funny and bound for glory in his profession. It was his wit. That really got me Carlo said, he always told me life with him would never be dull. And it certainly wasn't the two were engaged in nineteen seventy and Greenwald had big plans. He traveled to Australia the year before and fell in love with the country so much so that the two spent their honeymoon. They're back in San Francisco where they had a two bedroom. Two bath apartment on Nob hill for three hundred sixty five dollars a month. They arranged a return to Australia by freighter bay set sail on a sixty. Trip in June, nineteen Seventy-three with stops in Hong Kong and Malaysia. And quote, we were thinking of staying in Australia for good Carlos, Ed, but Hank founded difficult to get work, and we were both getting a little homesick. And by the time Douglas was born September nineteen seventy four we knew we'd be coming back. Doug grew up with his dad's passion for sports, especially baseball and next spring will be calling the Fresno grizzlies games in the Pacific coast league for the seventeenth year memo to major league baseball somebody get this man to the big leagues. He's that. Good life was more difficult with the greenwalds second child Kelly who was born with down syndrome. That's when Hank was at his best Carla said, he got me through the hard part with Kelly. There were times when I just wanted to throw in the towel with her. I just couldn't handle it. But Hank was right there. He told me from the day. She was born we are not giving up on this. Child to see Kelly today is to witness a person who has always been loved full of life. Enjoy as my colleague Henry showman described her this week and the family presses on without the man who joined the all time greats of the broadcasting business Dwayne Kuyper played four seasons with the giants after being traded from Cleveland and by the time of his retirement in nineteen eighty-five. He had a radio show on Ken Biard joining the giants broadcast team year later he had the good fortune of working with Greenwald. He was the perfect guy for me and Mike to learn the business Kuyper said this week, we were young energetic ballplayers coming off the field. And somehow he had to corral that energy and focus on making. Sure, we had a good broadcast. His preparation was. Unbelievable. He carried around little notebooks on each team filled with stuff he'd clip out of newspapers and scotch taped onto the page, and he felt that a true. Professional dresses that way, he wore a suit and tie every single day. Even if it was one hundred five degrees in Houston laughter invariably found its way into a Kuyper Greenwald booth. We were in Miami. And we heard these two deejays doing a spoof on the local broadcasters who constantly made mistakes and shrugged them off with the same. Catchphrase must have been the glare. I was just starting out on play by play doing a few innings before Hank took over. And I totally blew a call had the giants Willie McGee hitting a home run. When in fact, Jeffco nine caught it. So I'm trying to explain my way out of this. And I look over at hang and he's just shaking with laughter because he knows what he's gonna say must have been the glare. I'm sure the people at home wondered what was so damn funny. But Hank was laughing so hard I had to do the play by play the next inning. These are the moments that sustained Greenwald's memory and make it easier for everyone to excess. Such a great loss every night. You turn on the news. And it's a HP officer dying age twenty seven leaving behind three kids. Doug, Greenwald said or hearing about kids with cancer who don't live to age ten. This wasn't the case. My dad lived his dream doing major league baseball, even near the end listening to games on the radio. It brought him so much joy. He lived a full life. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park. La La Land, Mary Poppins and more. 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How to access your pay before pay day? New apps making this easier for everyday workers...
"Me now. In our Bloomberg ninety nine, one studio here in Washington DC. Bloomberg news economics reporter. Show, Chandra who's got a story about this on the Bloomberg terminal show the. The blogger they're almost makes this sound like a payday loan that you get from your boss but it's. Not quite, that is. It no it's not that at all in fact this is one way around payday loans and you see this. In the gaining popularity that at such as the one from instant financial. And from daily pay those are becoming popular hourly workers as you said and yes you earn your money and then you have access to it which, has been. A problem especially for this segment of. The labor market and part of. It is because wages just. Haven't been rising fast Enough, according to analysts we spoke to so here's a case of technology really stepping in to help workers. Albeit in a limited way where the labor market has disappointed any right in your, story that part of the, objective here? Is, to help employers reduced churn. Among employees, it's very high and the restaurant and, fast food industries is is are these apps working are they reducing churn for the companies using them yes one assistant. Manager to Wendy's that we spoke with said it's. Really helping, deals charm and he seemed that right from the time he, joined which was late February, and now he's you know he said from, that time on the company started to roll the instant financial app They they've not only retain all the. Workers they had, they've. Actually added two more and about twenty four of, thirty workers already had this up so everybody there was, quite happy with. It and you know it's not just a good thing for employers, remember this is helping employees to be able to tide over that gap between paychecks and. That is what gets to why these apps may increase in use sorta gets. To the point of persistent issue that you alluded to earlier when, it comes to the? Plight of low income workers in this country I? Mean. They are still dealing with the struggle even on a, day when we had four, point one percent quarterly economic growth they still have to, make ends meet day. Exactly and you, know so, so one takeaway from today's numbers was that yes the economy's ring really fast did Very well in the second quarter but not everybody's benefiting from it in. Fact there was a recent recently released Federal Reserve survey and that had, shocking number in there it said too in five American. Adults lack enough savings to cover even a four hundred dollar emergency expense so you can. Just imagine how important it is for workers. To at least, the able to access through some of these. Financial apps the money that they have already earned by working hard and just to give you a sense of how these apps worked as one way you can get fifty percent of your what you've earned the prior day and it's for free so you just text on your phone and you can. Get the, money onto your debit card that's another one where you pay a Baku depending on whether, you want the money right, away the next day and you can get. All. Of the money, that. You've earned so they're these different models if you, will that are starting to. Come Up in the market and they're all targeting at not penalizing workers. Just to be able to get the money, that they have actually earned Show just in our last minute or, so here how do the apps make money on all this the apps make money by charging companies in the one case in instant financial but, they wouldn't disclose to. Us what they charge the employers. To be able to offer these apps to the to their, workers and another case which is daily pay the company that's offering this app daily pay is charging the workers themselves to use the app and they have a very interesting Way to attract more millennials millennials actually you can, text and emoji you can choose If you could pick. A house if you want to you know get some money towards your house red you can pick a money bag or if you. Just happy Texan emoji for a smiley and you get twenty bucks, with each emoji so what they're trying to do, here is get, more people involved whether it's younger workers or just regular. Hourly workers, make it simple get. The money that you have earned emojis to it I mean that's a slam dunk but in? Our our, last couple seconds here is this a risk for the payday loan industry I mean what did you. Say of, Bucker to, these these apps charge for for, workers to, access their money I mean that's a that's, that's peanuts compared to. The you know double digit percentages that payday lenders, charging, interest, not just payday lenders remember credit card expense Also add up if you can't pay bills at the end of the. Month so yes there is a risk provided these apps become widespread and by all accounts a my reporting. Showed that these are gaining rapidly, of course there still, mostly in, the healthcare sector in restaurants those kind. Of industries but there could be a day when this becomes a widespread phenomenon through the economy and then payday lenders better watch out. All right show Chandra thanks again for telling us more about this, really appreciate it that's Bloomberg news economics reporter show, Chandra now let's, get the latest world and national headlines with Bloomberg's Nancy. Lyons thanks,.