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911 dispatcher who took Buffalo shooting call put on leave

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

911 dispatcher who took Buffalo shooting call put on leave

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"buffalo  news" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:17 min | 7 months ago

"buffalo news" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Bring a level of just pain into spare And Michael hill it's morning edition from NPR and WNYC Some 800,000 non citizens who live in world legally in New York City will get a say in next year's local elections after a bill allowing them to vote has become long We'll get the latest on the tenth situation and Kazakhstan and a look back at the life and work of the late comedian Bob Saget It's Monday January 10th the news is next Live from NPR news on Corvette Coleman U.S. and Russian diplomats are meeting today in Switzerland at a tense moment Some 100,000 Russian troops are massed near Russia's border with Ukraine As NPR's Greg minor reports the U.S. and its European allies are making a big diplomatic push in a series of talks with Russia The U.S. delegation led by deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman is concerned Russia could be planning another invasion of Ukraine a country where Russian troops have been present since a 2014 incursion Yet Sherman's boss Secretary of State Antony Blinken told ABC this week that a swift diplomatic breakthrough is unlikely given Russia's aggressive moves To make actual progress it's very hard to see that happening when there's an ongoing escalation When Russia has a gun to the head of Ukraine with The U.S. and its European partners are also set to hold talks with Russia on Wednesday and Thursday Greg miry in PR news The omicron variant continues to drive the surge of coronavirus infections across the country and pierres Alison Aubrey tells us the infections have boosted the rates of COVID-19 hospitalizations in the U.S. Hospital emissions are near or at record pandemic highs in some states a nationwide about 18,000 people are being admitted a day That's a 50% increase over last week And the people who are most at risk are those who are not vaccinated the CDC says unvaccinated people are 17 times more likely to be hospitalized NPR's Alice and Aubrey reporting Men's pro tennis star Novak Djokovic has won a legal challenge in Australia He doesn't have a COVID vaccine and said he had a medical traveler's exemption Australian border officials disagreed and isolated him in a hotel Today in Australian judge reinstated Djokovic's Visa that would seem to clear the path for him to play in the Australian open but it's not clear that Australian government officials will agree U.S. greenhouse gas emissions increased by more than 6% last year according to new data released this morning and PS Jeff Brady reports a recovering economy is a big reason In 2020 people stayed home and didn't use as much fossil fuels but that changed last year with vaccines Kate Larson with the research firm rhodium groups has this trend shows the U.S. is not on track to meet commitments under the Paris climate agreement We need to see annual emission reductions of around 5% each year And this year we saw emissions grow over 6% Transportation is the largest source of climate warming emissions especially for moving freight The electricity sector also increased emissions last year as coal fired power plants met some of the increased demand Meanwhile a key piece of President Biden's plan to cut emissions in half by the end of this decade is stalled in Congress Jeff Brady NPR news This is NPR This is WNYC at 6 O four Monday January 10th at Michael hill 31 in falling below freezing this morning and throughout the day mostly sunny on this Monday A disabled vehicle on I 95 northbound by east a 174th street is blocking the right lane New York governor Cathy hoku is promising to set aside state funding for victims of a devastating fire in a Bronx that killed at least 19 people and injured scores more We'll take care of them because that's what we do here in the state of New York We are here for The Bronx and we're here for anyone who needs us Fire officials say a mount malfunctioning space heat in a duplex apartment caused the fire and smoke quickly spread to the upper floors of the 19 story building more than 40 people were injured in 13 people were still in critical condition as of last night about 200 firefighters responded to the blaze It's the deadliest fire New York City since 1990s happy land fire in The Bronx which killed some 87 people More than 800,000 non citizens in so called dreamers in New York City will be able to vote in local elections as soon as next year That's after mere Eric Adams allowed city council approved legislation to automatically become law despite his early concerns about the 30 day residency requirement being too short He spoke on CNN yesterday Think it's imperative that people who are in a local municipality have the right to decide who's going to govern them And I support the overall concept of that bill Opponents are expected to challenge this law in court unless courts intervene New York City becomes the most popular city in the United States to grant voting rights to non citizens The New York Yankees have promoted Rachel bakov to manager of the minor league team to Tampa tarpons making her the first woman to manage a team affiliated with Major League Baseball two people familiar with the move spoken honestly to The Associated Press the team is not announced this decision just bakovic is 34 She joined Yankees organization as a hitting coach in 2019 She was the first woman to hold that job full-time in affiliated baseball Congratulations to her 31 as the temperature continues to fall this morning fall into the day mostly sunny falling to around 27 by 9 o'clock this morning wind chills 15 to 25 and then we turn really cold with wind chills down around zero.

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"buffalo  news" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:19 min | 11 months ago

"buffalo news" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Sure, like if you're sick. Stay home. Please, um, developed, which should be common sense should be common sense, right? Develop other flexible policies for scheduling Tele work if feasible, That makes sense. Uh, like this one another common sense, but promote adequate for coughing, sneezing and hand washing in adult. Perform routine environmental cleaning again. This should be common sense, right. Provide education and training materials have conversations with employees about their concerns. I think we've done that. Yep. Talk with companies that provide businesses with contractor temporary employees about their plans. So in other words, you be outsourced stuff. Talk to them with their plans are plan to implement practices to minimize face to face contact between employees social distancing At the gym last night, and it says social distance six ft. That's laughable. When all these pills are side by side, you're huffing and puffing. Consider the need for, um the travel and explore alternatives like Do we really need to send our staff travel? We've done that. We've limited. I used to be on a plane once a month on average and I've been on one plane. You know, I went to Atlanta one trip in the last 18 months. Uh, so And then, uh, if an employee becomes sick while at work, it talks about some things you should do. There are some guidelines out there that the CDC saying it's not saying require people to get a mask or require them to get vaccinated. But I like you said you some common sense practices. Um, to promote health and safety. I think you've got to do that. If you're if you're well and if you have people working for you, you know, one of the complaints about vaccination was the accessibility of it. You know, I can't miss work. So I think as as a business owner, if you have an employee who wants to get vaccinated Given the time off. We did that. We let our people know. Hey, if you need to go get vaccinated. That's excusable. That's fine. We support you. We encourage you to do that. Yes. And so I think I think that's another easy thing for a business owner to do on the issue of requiring vaccinations. Here's the reason why it's not happening. This is from Buffalo News. Up in Buffalo, New York, I thought they had a great article that came out why employers aren't rushing to require workers to get covid vaccines. Businesses right now are already struggling to find people to hire in a tight labor market to attract workers. They are trying everything from signing bonuses to higher wages. A vaccine mandate would be another obstacle to keep or attracting workers, according to attorneys specializing in workplace issues. Makes sense. Yeah, there's enough enough hoops to jump through when you're starting a new job. Um what's the penalty for the unvaccinated employers who impose vaccine requirements have to decide how to enforce the rules. You know, Ryan, your operations guy. You have enough things on your plate for me to come to you and say, Now you have to enforce this particular rule. What would be the penalty for that? Do you make a vaccine A condition for employment, Or do you allow unvaccinated employees to keep working but make them undergo regular testing? Um, not an easy answer for employers. And I think that's the reason why most companies are saying I'm not going there. Yeah, Yeah, It's not easy and again. That's one of those things that varies from company to company, you know, And in our company, social distancing is pretty easy. Yeah, we're in our offices. If you remember when it was at the height of everything, and we wore masks, whatever. You would stand at my door. Yep. And now we still kind of do that. I mean, come new habit. Exactly. But then you look at some of these assembly line factories where people are literally shoulder to shoulder all day. It's a little more difficult to socially distance. Then you have the issue of accommodating workers who are seeking religious or medical exemption. That's a whole another avenue. If you're going to go down this path of requiring people to be vaccinated. Listen, There are some people of faith that getting any kind of needle in them is against her religion. It's not specific to the vaccine, and you have to be mindful of that. So how do you handle that? Again. I think too much is put on the employer to make that decision. We're not coming on the show telling you this is what you should do. We're just trying to give you some things to think about. If you're considering that If you're not considering that. I think that is your mistake. I think you need to have a plan of action. Ryan and I talked about in our business on a regular basis. What is it going to happen? If the delta bearing it becomes something worse? Or now you have the with the mu. They're running through the Greek alphabet alphabet fairly quickly. I just I don't know why I think of Joey from to move points here that care, But we have the different different variants. You have to have a plan. You have to keep up with this part of running a business and again if you're brand new and you're the solar preneurs, and it's just you and you have thought about this yet, that's cool. But as you grow your business and you hire staff, you have to constantly think about the well being of your team. What's going on the world and what's your plan of action to protect your staff and your plan of action to keep your business open?.

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"buffalo  news" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"buffalo news" Discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane

"Oh yeah, I thought you know go go, go, go watch that we talked about everybody there. Oh trust me. And if we did forget, yeah, we forgot cuz it was two in the morning. He'd somebody put this in our, in our chat. This is this is how busy we've been wage agency. We didn't notice that way past seven thousand subscribers. That's awesome. Yeah thank you everybody. Really appreciate that. Everyone very cool. Appreciate you all. Very cool. That's great. Let me pause. Here comes the Thunder did not think. Yeah. Today in the Thunder kind of they're doing with the Thunder, does they're they're kind of kind of sit this out. And then then when teams like oh crap, we need to clear space to sign that. Free-agent we thought she can get the Thunder by the county. We're here, draft pick, please let me throw a number at you. I don't know if you saw this a tweeted it earlier today but I know it gets lost in the Buffalo News at six 6:00 Eastern. So 24 hours in the free agency, there'd been just over. Seventy free-agent deals, agreed to and there had been for extension side for, for over a month or two point. Five billion in new money. Wow! 2.5 billion in new money. So clearly the league is healthy. They're doing well, I think they thought All the new TV contract is coming and they're going to be okay. And also, this is a good sign that everybody like we have said for months. Well, we've been saying it for months, a month on this channel. Seems like that and said bucks son's. Why not us? Yep. Yeah. Well, why not us? And we're seeing these teams load up and get after it. So, so yeah. So there's our brief interlude two point five billion dollar spent off almost none of it by the Oklahoma City. Thunder a little bit on Mike, muscala, but we talked about that yesterday. Portland, Trailblazers, it just real quick. If anybody noticed my by minor reaction there, there was a second. This is how Punchy we are at this point. I didn't think you said bucks. Son's, I thought you said something else..

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Couple: Man Has Tossed Used Cups in Their Yard for 3 Years

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Couple: Man Has Tossed Used Cups in Their Yard for 3 Years

"A couple in lake view New York have finally solved the mystery of who has been tossing used coffee cups in their yard nearly every day for three years marches are a letter with the latest Edward and Cheryl Patton told the buffalo news they tried binoculars a security camera even waiting out in the cold to catch the Cup **** with no luck some neighbors got involved and followed a minivan to get its license plate number police said the trap and pulled over a minivan driven by seventy six year old Larry pope Cheryl patents as she used to work with pope and they disagreed over union issues pope has been charged with harassment and ticketed for throwing refuse onto a roadway pope could not be reached for comment the patent say the littering has stopped

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"buffalo  news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"buffalo news" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A 15% at $43,530. That's a Bloomberg business. Flash Tom and Paul carrying thanks so much up 200 on the Dell right now, there is no resume and we've got within Bloomberg. You know the history of everybody, my history suspect, but that's a different story. There is no Bloomberg function. With a resume like one William. How's It is stunning from Maine intern with the Buffalo News of Million years ago to the Tampa Tribune Super Bowl champions and onto is authoritative coverage for us, including January 6 Billy House. Owns the high ground and he joins us today, Billy, I want to cut to the chase. The Democrats are going to be visceral. In the second impeachment effort. I'm told there's lots of video. It's going to be shown. I guess they're going through the emotions and heart strings of the politicians assembled. What will be the response Well, we already kind of know what the responses because 45. Republicans have already voted to say that this trial's not constitutional, and so you know, to get in and conviction. You would need all the Democrats for 17 Republicans. So that probably gonna happen. What you are going to see your correct is our constitutional arguments blended with a lot of video and on the trump side, the defense team they say they're gonna have some video to Ah, lot of people talking about and cheap, apparently, and maybe a little snippet of the word peacefully that was uttered a bit in Trump's speech. What is the surprise here if there's no Chance of a conviction. I mean, I get the why they're doing it. It's therapeutic and all that. But what's the outcome? The Democrats expect. Well, they want to, I guess politically killed, Trump tell he's dead. Um on, they do fear and when we do have some evidence that Republicans are already tracking down the Florida to get his help for 2022 money. Fundraising and other help, So I mean, there is a sense that this is an attempt to knock him off the radar screen politically with and you know he's going to jump at it Acquittal to say. I'm back. All right, Billy. So it's I mean, the video is so clear. The speech is quite clear. Is the Republican position simply yet? Can't do this to a former president. It's free speech is that basically The heart of their argument. What a quick There's. There's a couple things that that you can't do this to a former president that First Amendment rights, uh protect speech, even inciting violence. If that's not, it could not be anticipated by a reasonable person, blah, blah. I don't know if all that legitimately holds up in a real court. But let's keep in mind impeachments Just the equivalent of Ah, indictment and way Republicans. 17 of them are your will need to be, uh, Sway to the Democratic side for this to be a conviction, So that's not gonna happen. Constitutional arguments, legal arguments not really going to matter that much. So what's the timing here? Billy? I know the President Biden would like for this to be as quick as possible to get back to his legislative agenda. What's the timing here? While respecting trial rules to come out today, that'll give it some sense, little better sense. But generally, the feeling is that it's last maybe three days to the maybe to the end of the week. Neither side really wants this to drag on, Um Including Republicans, so they don't want to delve into that sort of deep reasons for the further insurrection. Vili house Thank you so much. Congressional reporter leading all of our coverage. Thank you so much They're on Impeachment. Paul, I've got to get back to the markets with the Dow up 33 231,005 We have a 39 100 level. I'm standard and poor's 500 fair was busting my chops like 10 days ago. Six days ago. SMP 4000 Sure. I mean, I mean, Howard wards up 12%. 3900 upto 4400. Yeah, I mean, the bull case is out there earnings Tom. You know something about earnings that we have day Wilson, keeping something date on all things on the earnings front, but they've been coming in much, much better than expected. So for the folks like Gina Martin Adams, who looks at the valuation of the market, Tom that some people are concerned that this market is ahead of itself. Given the fundamentals out there, we're seeing earnings. A zoo we've talked about in the past, You know, cos stepping up and putting up some pretty good numbers out there lending again. Another Leg of support for this morning and I'm going to go into something completely removed. But I'm sorry. It's a big deal. The Swiss 20 Year. Yield. Oh boy, the bond 20 years out. Yield one from a negative 0.35. To a negative 0.6. It's on its way to a positive statistic, and it's like everything else. It's a linear function, but Even European big negative yields Paul coming ending in a higher, less negative way. Yeah, I mean, I think it's a little bit as we hear from some of the folks that really play in that market, Tom a little, You know, an expectation that Inflation may be coming back a little bit. Economies may be opening up here in the not too distant future. Um and you start to see that and you know, across the board in commodities. In currencies and of course in the equity markets includes $60.22, Golda. $21 Excuse me of $21.1.2 percent, Paul. I'm looking for an entry point on Bitcoin. Yeah. You might have missed it today, Thomas. You know you could trade this over the weekend, Tom, you know, so you little crazy traded, you know? Yeah, I saw that went over 40,000. Over the week and big deal a couple hours ago Boom. Kessel of 15% 43 642. Yep, It's just extraordinary. And you know, Mike McGlone has been telling us for years, Tom. I mean his calls been very simple, limited supply of Bitcoin question as usage increases, increasing demand, That's all you need to know. That's my take away. That's my takeaway. I looked a diminution comments of December and I mean, I don't know if it translates over to the new administration, but You know that they were terse. Yeah, I guess is how I would put it. They were You know, this is this involves.

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"buffalo  news" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"buffalo news" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Defensively to me is where it's a bit more interesting for the bills. You know you've got a lot of factors with the chief that, you know, bearer paying attention to what kind of condition is Patrick my homes in with his toe injuries be able to move the way that Patrick Mahomes usually moves. That's a really big thing. Clyde Edwards, a lair. He's coming back. He had a big game. The first time these two teams met. What kind of condition is he in? The Bills also have a linebacker Matt Milano, who missed the first game. Was really a huge part of their defense. Especially when it comes Todt. Travis Kelsey. He's going to be available for them. So can the bills play? And then they then they did the first two times these teams met and can they get off the field on third down? Kansas City was 64% on third down in their first meeting, So I think those air a couple of the keys defensively for the bills, get off the field on third down, try to limit what Kelsey does. And then offensively, like I said it Continue to do what they have done all season, throw the ball with Josh Alan and put up points. Chase Girsky, Buffalo News, J Enjoy the game. Good luck and glad to hear that. It's ah, Buffalo. I'm Aziz somebody down here in Houston. The bills Mafia is a curiosity. I think in all NFL city, so it's fun to see the Bills Mafia. Getting to celebrate a little bit this postseason. Enjoy the game. Appreciate it. Thanks very much. All right. There it is. Jace. Kirsty Buffalo News. Joining me here on CBS Sports Radio. Yeah, This is a different bills team that when these two teams face the first time this year, the bills on virtually every metric defensively. Are nearly elite status over the second half of the season. You couldn't say that about the first half of the season, a lot of shoot outs the first half of the season. What a blow outs the second half of the season. They've been really, really good. All right. If you want to get in 855 to 1 to four, CBS, we're talking trade talk with Shawn Watson and Matthew Stafford. We're keeping you updated on the We're looking ahead to the F C title game. We could mix in a little baseball as well. George Springer, one of the big free agents off the board this week, we can talk about that. We'll talk some baseball little later on in the show with Scott Miller in the final hour, Jordan did, Johnny Is going to join me in the next hour to talk A little NFL right now. It's the bottom of the hour. Time for sports update Here's Pete McCarthy. See me? Yes. Fun sports flag. Sean Tom Brady, connecting with Mike.

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"buffalo  news" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"buffalo news" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Well, Iraq it can I'm fired up coming up this hour here on the D A show our friend Tyler done. Tyler has gained a reputation as one of the best profile long form writers in the NFL. He has spent years holding the craft. He was working for the Buffalo News covering the Buffalo Bills, and then the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel covering the Green Bay Packers. And has been working for bleach report as well, from a national standpoint, and his stuff is just excellent. I'm sure you've read some of it and just maybe didn't know who wrote it. Tyler's likely a guy that if you have read a deep dive on an NFL player in the last five years He wrote it, but he is just so prolific. And now he is unveiling a brand new vertical called Go long, which is very cool. So we will talk to Ty about it and also about those bills of those Packers and things around the NFL coming up here one half hour from now. Also in 40 minutes. Taison versus Roy Jones Junior this weekend. Yeah, baby. But let's start this hour with the college football playoff rankings. First edition came out yesterday and here's what we have. Alabama at one there. Seven and Oh, Notre Dame. It too. They are six, you know? Clemson at three. They're seven and won their only loss against Notre Dame. Ohio State, four at only four and, Oh, they had one game canceled this year. Against Maryland. Those your top four and there are no surprises there again. Obama Notre Dame Clemson, Ohio State. Maybe you might haggle over Clemson, with one loss being over Ohio State whose only four and although Clemson's played mortgage aims. Outside your top four. Am at five and one and I have been very critical of Jimbo Fisher since he took that huge contract from an eight from a them, however, To be a number five just to the outside, looking in and their only loss against Alabama this year, the number one team in the country AM and Jimbo have had Avery validating season to this point of time. Dan Mullen's Florida Gators at number six just outside of the top four as well, and they're likely to have a spot of the S E. C championship game to be a win and in situation hypothetically taking on that Alabama Crimson tide Cincinnati's the best group of five team there, number seven and eight. And, Oh, Northwestern leads their side of the big 10 there five ago ranked number eight. George is a peculiar choice at number nine, considering they've got two losses at five and two. I wonder if some of that is that George is finally finding itself with JT Daniels, the quarterback and Georgia if they have the right quarterback, which they've taken all season to figure out. They would be dangerous. They come in at number nine, and Miami is at 10 at seven and one. Once you get that low, though, You're not those teams. We're not making a college football Final four. Basically, you could stop at Northwestern. Because I am Would need a lot of help. To sneak in as maybe the four seed. Maybe, but they need help Florida. Needs to beat Alabama in the S E C championship game. Cincinnati as a group of five. Has been phenomenal. They've done it all there a legitimately good team. But they need some help as well. They'll need some power five teams to lose in championship games in a little bit of chaos, and Northwestern has to remain undefeated, then beat Ohio State in the Big 10 championship game. Outside of that none of these other teams can make the college football playoff. Miami is not gonna make it. George is not gonna make it after that. Out of the big 12 teams are gonna make it. Oklahoma, Iowa State, 11 and 13 or whatever that is. It's not gonna happen. And B why you just got slammed, danced as they got put in number 14 despite being knighted. Oh, But Look do they deserve to be a little higher than that. Perhaps their strength of schedule is a disaster and absolute disaster there only quality when his over Boise State everybody else. Is an unranked team, and most of them are fringe FBS teams. The Texas State the world Western Kentucky's I mean, come on. So I understand why BYU is nowhere around the top four. Here's the deal. The top four is fine right now. Bama Notre Dame, Clemson, Ohio State. Because those the four best teams the country, there's no doubt about it. Those of the four best teams the country So putting them in some order in the top four is the right move. It was the most obvious play and the college football playoff committee didn't have to think much. Get those top Ford right now. The top four is all that matters. Here is the breakdown of the top four. Notre Dame is not going to stay it, too, if they lose two clips into the A C C title game. So Notre Dame. This is the interesting standpoint from what the committee's gonna do. Notre Dame Clemson Game in the A. C C championship if Notre Dame wins Clemson's eliminated. You're not gonna put Clemson into the final four with two losses and no conference championship game in two losses and no conference championship rather and two losses to the same team. You're not gonna put it to lost Clemson team in there because then Clemson has lost at full strength. Notre Dame So that's an elimination game.

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"buffalo  news" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"buffalo news" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"John, Give me your reaction, Teo to what we're seeing today. Do you think this election is over? Isn't it time for Trump supporters to accept the outcome? Are you holding out hope here that maybe we will see something different. Well, I think that is way too early to say DS over. Uh, there's been a lot of fresh trouble. Uh, voting on DH alive, said to all of my friends is let's sort things out. Let's Ah, let's go through the process and determined What's the truth? And you know whether you're a trump supporter or or your Ah Biden supporter. Uh, trippy you're you're an American first, and the fact is, we want the truth on the CNN. And then that's NBC in on Fox, and not the ones that determine who the real winners her now I can understand if there's 30,000 votes different And there's 100,000 votes that are questionable. That 20,000 to ahead doesn't mean early, so I said, Just give the process you know, the Electoral College doesn't meet until December. 14th Fracked. I think 7 14 on before December 14th. They should be sorted out and what's going on? And let the process make the decision. I mean, would you like the pole? The people the posters to make a choice about your life? Would you like to make a choice about your life? Of course, Since you mentioned the pollsters John the polls once again were dramatically off. They showed Biden winning in a landslide in the popular vote by 10 to 11 points. It looks like maybe he won by two or three points. They also showed him winning all of these swing states by a pretty healthy margin, including Florida, which the President won and Ohio which the president won. In your view, John Why do you think the Poles were so off base just as they were four years ago. It's like a real estate appraiser. You ever hear you crazy? He says, Uh, here's my feet. What would you like it to be? You know, Onda, have if you're doing the praise for your house for your own personal basis. Uh, you know what happens, Frank, you get a pretty honest opinion. If you're doing appraiser appraisal for bank The bank has a deal with your praises to come in much lower than the real appraisal so that they can only lend 60% or 80% of the value. So it's all one big game that's being played on the ST Thing with the posters. I remember when Mike Bloomberg was 20 points ahead. Of, Um uh, was it uh, Mark Greene? Thompson built Bill Thompson in 2009 Not sure it was a very, very decent guy. But who is going to give money to build Thompson when the current mayor is 20 points ahead. Right. How do you say No. One. And then and then it turns out Bill Thompson barely lost. The posters were wrong yet again by two points, so world one big game and the American people and they're smart people. That day. You you should avoid listening to the state the nicest way I can be s going on. On DH Love If if Ah Ah, uh Joe Biden is president. I'm certainly not going to treat him badly. I'm gonna create much of president, right? You've known quite a few presidents over the years as we've talked about what he is. As we've talked about before, John, let's say there is a Biden administration as now appears more likely than not. Do you see your old friend Andrew Cuomo, heading back to Washington in some role may be attorney general. Maybe some other roll on And what do you think that would mean for New York State? Well, you know the rumors around. It was a nice article in the Buffalo News that ah Fuk robber was promised secretary of State. There was another rumor going around that he was promised 20 general. And look, it's all rumors. Uh, and as a CEO, look, I'm a CEO of a company and we own a dozen companies. Uh, I'm a CEO of a dozen deputies. And you don't deal necessarily with rumors. You deal with facts. Let's cross that bridge when we when we come to it, so we'll see what happens. John, I'll look forward to joining you on the radio tomorrow morning from a 30 to 10. You have the go to guy on with you tomorrow as well. Rudy Giuliani, who is going to be detail ing all these allegations of voter fraud and talking about some of the evidence that he and Bernie Kerik have acquired John, Thanks so much for the time this afternoon, we'll talk with you tomorrow. All right. Talk in the morning. It's Jon Katz in Matty's here tomorrow morning from 8 30 to 10 Right here on 77. W. ABC will continue.

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"buffalo  news" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"buffalo news" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Take away. I'm tan Xena Vega and I'm with Margaret Sullivan, Media columnist for The Washington Post. We're talking about how media organisations they're handling Election day coverage on this very unusual day. Margaret. In the last segment. You mentioned the media's decision desks on election night. What are they? And how do they work? Well, they're you know, usually at the big media organisations. There's a group of people, veteran journalists, or, you know, some of them are more on the sort of numbers crunching side of things who analyzed the races. Look at You know key precincts and eventually make a decision about whether they can say OK, Yes, Wisconsin has gone to acts person. An interesting one is the one of Fox News, which you know, we all think that Fox News is very pro Trump and that their coverage is very right leaning, but they have one of the best and most respected decision desks. That is Quite separate from the news content, So you know they have. Ah, really? It's a very interesting situation. So you know, will they? Will these decision desks Take their time and be really sure. I think they need to be extra sure, this year. You yourself have had to make some pretty dicey early calls and presidential recent. Tell us about what you learned in that process. You know, I've been a journalist for a long time couple decades. And the one that sticks out in my mind, as it does, for many was the 2000 election when the you know George W. Bush versus Al Gore, and it really all came down to Florida. At that time in 2000 are print edition at the Buffalo News, where I was the top editor was still extremely important, and we had to make a decision. I had to make a decision about what kind of headline to put on the papers that people were going to get at their doorsteps the next morning. And as it happened, a consortium of news organizations originally called Florida for Bush. And so you know, many of us went with headlines that said, R said for a very early edition Bush apparent winner but then within minutes They reverse that and said Florida was still up for grabs. And so we ended up sending out a few that, said Bush apparent winner and then for the rest of our additions, which went to most everybody. It said something like down to the wire. But a lot of papers did much worse on that and said, you know, went ahead and said that Bush had one and a few Not as many, but a few even declared Gore the winner. So it's a cautionary tale. You never want to have that. Dewey defeats Truman moment like one of the Chicago papers did many years ago. So back in September, Margaret you wrote that the media needs to prepare the public for uncertainty. And there is a lot of uncertainty. I think that's part of why we're seeing such record turnout in advance of today, But that uncertainty could still be with us tonight as thes ballots come in. And some news outlets could be at risk of really putting forth the idea that delayed results are an indication that the process is broken in some way, That's right. I think actually, I'm a little bit. It's not like me to be particularly complimentary, are optimistic about the news media as you know, but I actually think from having watched a lot of network news, a lot of cable news read a lot of, you know different organizations work. I think that the news media actually has Prepared people people who are paying attention for the fact that election night might not be the time when they really know the winner. But there's another factor here. Which is that for a lot of people, you know, in a good portion of the public. They're not paying attention. In that way. They're going to start paying attention. You know, sometime during the evening, you know, paying close attention and say, Okay, I'm goingto turn on CNN or whatever it may be, And I'm you know, Expect to know the answer. And if I don't know the answer will something must be very, very wrong. So while I think it's been pretty good It's not all on the media. Some of it is on citizens and news consumers, whichever you like to call them to really be discerning and to be well informed. And, you know, we see all different degrees of that. And to be able to sit with the uncertainty for a little bit If that's what's being called for, right? Yeah, that's and that's really hard to do. Especially because people have such strong feelings about this election. You know everybody, no matter who you support is ready to say that the other side is goingto take us into some sort of end off. End of the world scenario. And so emotions are running. High anxiety is running high and as a result you you know you want the answer. You don't want to sit with that anxious uncertainty, but that may be what we exactly what we have to do. As we are heading into the final moments for Americans to be able to cast their ballot here in this country. Margaret, How are you going to be following all of this? Are you going to be doing a combination of social media following and maybe TV? And of course, the takeaway will be part of that. But how are you going to be doing it? And also, how should folks who aren't journalists be following it? What's the best piece of advice for them? Well, I think the best thing to do and the thing that I like to do is compare and contrast. You know, don't just say all right. My only news source even if it's a wonderful one. Eyes going to be acts, and that's it. I think it's important to look across the different platforms, the different social media platforms, the different broadcast networks, the different print outlets radio, You know, that doesn't mean you have to make a science out of it. But maybe to pick two or three that have slightly different points of view and see how they're covering things. So for me, of course, because I write about the news media all the time. I, of course, look at Twitter a lot. I, of course, look at the major print organizations, the major networks and I also make sure that I see what Right Leaning or pro Trump Media is doing too so I will definitely be spending some time on Fox News and others that will be telling probably quite a different story than what we're seeing elsewhere. It'll be a long day for many of us. Margaret Sullivan.

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"buffalo  news" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"buffalo news" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Media columnist for The Washington Post. We're talking about how media organisations they're handling Election day coverage on this very unusual day. Margaret. In the last segment. You mentioned the media's decision desks on election night. What are they? And how do they work? Well, they're you know, usually at the big media organisations. There's a group of people, veteran journalists, or, you know, some of them are more on the sort of numbers crunching side of things who analyzed the races. Look at You know, keep prairie sinks and eventually make a decision about whether they can say OK, Yes, Wisconsin has gone to acts person. An interesting one is the one at Fox News, which you know, we all think that Fox News is very pro Trump and that their coverage is very right leaning, but they have one of the best and most respected decision desks. That is Quite separate from the news content, So you know they have. Ah, really? It's a very interesting situation. So you know, will they? Will these decision desks Take their time and be really sure. I think they need to be extra sure, this year. You yourself have had to make some pretty dicey early calls and presidential races. Tell us about what you learned in that process. You know, I've been a journalist for a long time couple decades. And the one that sticks out in my mind, as it does, for many was the 2000 election when the you know George W. Bush versus Al Gore, and it really all came down to Florida. At that time in 2000 are print edition at the Buffalo News, where I was the top editor was still extremely important, and we had to make a decision. I had to make a decision about what kind of headline to put on the papers that people were going to get at their doorsteps the next morning and as it happened, A consortium of news organizations originally called Florida for Bush. And so you know, many of us went with headlines that said, R said for a very early edition, Bush apparent winner But then within minutes, they reverse that and said Florida was still up for grabs. And so we ended up sending out a few that, said Bush apparent winner and then for the rest of our additions, which went to most everybody. It said something like down to the wire. But a lot of papers did much worse on that and said, you know when ahead and said that Bush had one and a few, not as many, but a few even declared Gore the winner. So it's a cautionary tale. You never want to have that. Dewey defeats Truman moment like one of the Chicago papers did many years ago. So back in September, Margaret you wrote that the media needs to prepare the public for uncertainty. And there is a lot of uncertainty. I think that's part of why we're seeing such record turnout in advance of today, but that uncertain he could still be with us tonight as thes ballots come in. And some news outlets could be at risk of really putting forth the idea that delayed results are an indication that the process is broken in some way, That's right. I think actually, I'm a little bit. It's not like me to be particularly complimentary, are optimistic about the news media as you know, but I actually think from having watched a lot of network news, a lot of cable news read a lot of, you know different organizations work. I think that the news media actually has Prepared people people who are paying attention for the fact that election night might not be the time when they really know the winner. But there's another factor here. Which is that for a lot of people, you know, in a good portion of the public. They're not paying attention. In that way. They're going to start paying attention. You know, sometime during the evening, you know, paying close attention and say Okay, I'm goingto turn on CNN or whatever it may be, And I'm you know, Expect to know the answer. And if I don't know the answer will something must be very, very wrong. So while I think it's been pretty good it it's not all on the media. Some of it is on citizens and news consumers, whichever you like to call them to really be discerning and to be well informed. And, you know, we see all different degrees of that. Want to be able to sit with the uncertainty for a little bit if that's what's being called for, right? Yeah, that's and that's really hard to do. Especially because people have such strong feelings about this election. You know everybody, no matter who you support is ready to say that the other side is goingto take us into some sort of end of End of the world scenario. And so emotions are running. High anxiety is running high and as a result you you know you want the answer. You don't want to sit with that anxious uncertainty, but that may be what we exactly what we have to do. As we are heading into the final moments for Americans to be able to cast their ballot here in this country. Margaret, How are you going to be following all of this? Are you going to be doing a combination of social media following and maybe TV? And of course, the takeaway will be part of that. But how are you going to be doing it? And also, how should folks who aren't journalists be following it? What's the best piece of advice for them? Well, I think the best thing to do and the thing that I like to do is compare and contrast. You know, don't just say all right. My only news source even if it's a wonderful one. Is going to be X, and that's it. I think it's important to look across the different platforms, the different social media platforms, the different broadcast networks, the different print outlets radio, You know, that doesn't mean you have to make a science out of it. But maybe to pick two or three that have slightly different points of view and see how they're covering things. So for me, of course, because I write about the news media all the time. I of course, look at Twitter a lot. I, of course, look at the major Friend organizations, the major networks and I also make sure that I see what right leaning or pro Trump media is doing, too, So I will definitely be spending some time on Fox News and others that will be telling probably quite a different story than what we're seeing elsewhere. It'll be a long day for many of us. Margaret Sullivan is a media columnist at The Washington Post and frequent guest here on the takeaway,.

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"buffalo  news" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"buffalo news" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"It's week one of the NFL season. Thus, it's week one of Sunday morning football. We do this every single week. 10 until noon Eastern time. And we begin with Bill Hancock, the executive director of the college Football playoff, who joined me on the show on Friday, and I had asked Jim Now that we have the power conferences. The three power conference is getting ready to play the A. C C. The SEC and the Big 12 the A. C C in the Big 12 opened up yesterday. The SEC is waiting a couple of more weeks. Is it possible because of delays or forfeitures or any other type of craziness? That could happen? They could push back the college football playoff dates, the two semifinals and the championship game. Are those flexible here was Bill Hancock. We haven't talked about that in detail. I suspect we would within some parameters. We have to be cognizant of the NFL schedule. We have to be cognizant of the start of the second semester. Wait. We have to certainly be cognizant of all the details that would be involved in having to move games. So we're not. We're not thinking about that, Uh, could we have push came to shove, I suppose we could, but that's a long way down the road. So today's a really interesting day, and that is the big 10. Is going to have a vote about whether they're going to return to play, and it's expected that the presidents of the Chancellor's will approve a plan to begin play on October the 17th Perhaps a limited cease and perhaps only eight games. And this is a really interesting flipped by the big 10. And I think what ended up happening was earlier in the summer, The big 10 felt like they were under the gun to have to make a decision. And their decision was, Let's be safe rather than sorry. And at that time I said it's too early to make a decision. I respect the decision not to play. If that's what you feel you have to dio. I'm certainly not going to say you have to play. That's a conference decision. That's up to the chancellor's the president's thie AIDS and those schools and institutions. What I thought, though, that it was far too early to make that decision. They don't even have kids back on campus yet. And what we learned from Major League baseball. Was that you can have early hiccups. And still steady the waters and figure it out. Now, who knows what happens on college campuses over the course of this fall into the winter in the flu season? We just don't know. And there's no Union college football. Unlike The NFL. Let's say so. You can collectively bargain your way through playing football in the NFL way easier that you could by just saying, Okay, you college kids there are going to do this in college athletes are going to do that, And that's the way it's gonna be. The Big 10 and the Pac 12 never needed to make that decision is early as they did, they could have always waited it out, and I always said at that time. Shay will reassess. September 1. They will reassess September 15 say we'll reassess. October 1 say we'll reassess. October 15th. Because what we're seeing here is we're now at September, the 13th And now The big 10 feels like they actually can play football. You never had to make that decision. I never had Teo to say yes or no right there, And that was a strategic misfire by that conference. I think what ends up happening is Throughout all of this, we learned you've got to be safe. You got to be smart. You gotta put in restrictions and protocols and watch everything and be detail oriented and listen to science and listen to advisers and do all those things but Don't make rash decisions until you absolutely have to. And the big 10 might end up starting a sounds like on October the 17th and that I wonder how that would affect potentially the college football playoff dates if they wanted to move it around to potentially accommodate Big 10 play a little later than everybody else. More from the insiders had Tyler done on the show this week. He is a long time NFL writer and features reporter for Multiple outlets about the NFL and NFL teams, and he knows the Patriots really well and I asked him what he thought. About the idea that the Buffalo Bills are by many counts the favorites in the division he had covered the bills from any year for the Buffalo News Here was Tyler done. I think that New England if their division until Some other team shows us otherwise, because I mean, this is the head coach adapt so well week to week right away during the course of a season that there's nobody in the history of the game who can completely change where he does schematically. Be it on offense beat on defense. I just think the Patriots they're going to find a way to keep on winning and to keep on when in a different way, and it's going to be fun. For one year. You can only have to care about Cam Newton in 2021 2022. Who knows what the future of the quarterback position is in New England. But for one here If anybody's going to get the absolute best out of Cam Newton, and if anybody's gonna find a way John sailing in the pocket and those pivotal division games and forced him to be a thrower of the football It's still valid. Jek is the Patriots divisional loose.

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"buffalo  news" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"buffalo news" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Anchorage to Atlanta, Dallas to Delaware, Kalamazoo and water the way around the air, listening to everything. We're saying everything that we come to you live from the rocket mortgage by Quicken Loan Studios want to see your load option to just payments of closing costs online in real time? Rocket. Can he Thanks so much for being with us everybody another day closer to the NFL season kicking off tomorrow night. Can you believe it? Tomorrow night, We will have the Chiefs and the Texans. And so our week of NFL preview Continues this morning on the show. Solomon Wilcots is going to join us. Our good friend Former N F. L defensive back. He's now an analyst, longtime CBS NFL on CBS analyst Now break it down the game for pro football focus. He's going to join us coming up in 20 minutes from now, so stay tuned for that. Salmon's always great and breaking down the NFL. And his former team. The Bangles are one of more interesting teams going into the season because of their quarterback, Joe Burrow. Who has all of the talent but also all of the intangibles to change things in Cincinnati and change things in a big way. So Solomon's going tojoin us in 20 minutes from now, in 40 minutes from now, this date in mothership history elsewhere around the NFL, we will discuss Leonard for that seemingly taking a shot at all of his former quarterbacks. Maybe specifically Blake Bortles, also who will only a F C East Comments made on this show yesterday by our guest. Tyler done who formerly covered the Buffalo Bills for the Buffalo News, made some big time waves on social media, and so we'll discuss whether we think he was right or wrong and suggesting that Belichick They always have a solution For Josh Alan. As long as Alan is the Q B in Buffalo, Also in the NFL. Von Miller, a significant injury could force him out of the entire season. We'll discuss the impact Von Miller's injury could have in Denver. Also in the basketball world. Okay, seeing Billy Donovan breaking things off with an interesting story. This was Little shocking that after five years Billy Donovan's out in, OK, see we shall discuss were also stunned to a news had got Canadian bacon coming up this morning as well. So we are Locked and loaded for a wonderful show is always wanna jump in on any of those topics. Let's do it. Here Is your phone number 855 to 12 for CBS. That's 855 to 12 for 2 to 7 or on Twitter hit me up. It's easy D A on CBS Again D A. On CBS. We begin in the en Bas playoffs. Where last night LeBron and the Lakers take a 21 Siri's lead in their best of seven in the second round, where LeBron once again in a year, 17. Does amazing unthinkable things and LeBron paces the way for the Lakers to get the W but earlier in the night it was elimination time. For the Milwaukee Bucks, where the one seed overall they were the best record in the N B a this season and remember before the shutdown before the hiatus, the Bucks were historically great, both offensively and defensively. We were seeing things done by the Bucks that Had never been done, maybe sometimes ever before, but at least in decades and yet five games in five games in To their second round. Against a squad that many didn't even think would make the playoff this year and ended up as the five seed are already bounced. The bucks losing to the heat 103 94. And in five games, the one seated bucks get shuffled out the door gone fishing. It was an ugly end to this season for the box, even though they fought hard in this game, and you had a lot of guys that were in over their heads in terms of their responsibilities because Johannes was out yesterday with that ankle injury. They were undermanned, and they played tough and they played some tight defense. But overall, they just couldn't overcome the heat down the stretch. And so a nine point loss means it's over for the bucks in shocking fashion. And for Johannes. I mean, this is the big question. This was the question all season long was this. The last chance to get it right with yon is because a year from now really less. Next Fourth of July is going to be around the time. Depending on when free agency hits the Diaz would become a free agent. Remember that they're going to delay the start of the embassies, and so does that mean they Cut down the number of games they started the N BA Let's just say in late December around Christmas They go to a 50 point a 50 game season if they stayed. 82 game season free agency would happen obviously afterward along gated prolong summer of basketball, So who knows when that free agency is going to hit, But when it does Goddess will have his choice of destinations for obvious reasons, is back to back M v p likely and defensive player of the Year it only 26 years old. Unless the bucks and get him to resign. And yet with this exit this way, Woody yacht is re signed in Milwaukee does the way that the bucks flamed out in the postseason affect Johannes Long term with the Bucks? It is where we begin your cold, Open Fill, half court shot. Good of it goes no and that is going to be the ball game. And for the first time since 2014 the Miami heat are going to the Eastern.

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"buffalo  news" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"buffalo news" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Assistance, particularly area of ad revenue for for local journalists. What is Facebook done? Well, most recently, Facebook has made an effort to our said that it it has started to reimburse newspapers for the content. That they use within their news algorithm that they push out to people. So if they're using content from the Philadelphia Inquirer are certain other publications. Not everyone, by any means they will Sense of money to them, and that is, you know, Welcome and again, I can't help but feel that they're sort of playing with the pocket change they found in their sofa cushions as opposed to making a real difference. Hedge funds and private equity groups, sometimes by newspapers. Why do they do this? And can you give us an example of what happens when that occurs when, when hedge funds by newspaper chains, which is what's tended to happen? They Apply what I guess they would call economies of scale so that they try to sort of ring the last profits out of these once very profitable newspaper companies, which are arguably on their last legs, So it's a kind of you know they're called vulture capitalists. They're kind of swooping in for the last profits. And in doing so, they've tended to deeply cut the newsrooms of these news organizations. And, you know, one example that I'll give you is Denver where there once were two thriving newspapers. Not that long ago, The Denver Post and the Rocky Mountain News each with some 300 newsroom employees. Of the Rocky Mountain News was one of the papers that closed and the Denver Post is now owned by Alden Global, which is one of the most profit sucking off the hedge funds, and it has reduced The newsroom staff from whatever it was when they bought it. But once 300 down to well under 100 probably under 50 at this point, so you can see you simply can't do anything near the kind of news coverage that you once we're able to do. A CZ newspapers and newspaper change are bought and sold in this, You know this turmoil are Are you Seymour ideological influence on newspapers. Well, it all depends. You know, in some cases, owners and and I would say that you know, the Buffalo News was owned the whole time I was there by Warren Buffett. He never interfered at all Editorially. Jeff Bezos owns the Washington Post, and he has been hands off the editorial product and leaving it entirely to the editors of the paper, which is great. That isn't always true across the board, but I think that when we see ownership changing at newspapers, it's not so much in order to control ideology. It's it's in order to sort of strip mined the last profits that are available from these Cos you know, for example by selling off their their headquarters, expensive downtown, real estate and moving them to another place or just raising rates, laying off reporters and being profitable as long as they can. I think it's more about that than about ideology. We'll take one more break here. Let me reintroduce you. Margaret Sullivan is a media columnist for The Washington Post. Her new book is ghosting, the news, local journalism and the Crisis of American Democracy. We'll talk.

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"buffalo  news" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

The Next Level Life Podcast

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"buffalo news" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

"Sorry, it just made me feel a lot less align and. Is a big thing to that? You know if you like will. Other people are going through visas well. It takes away the shame and we'd put sorry much I think unnecessary criticism and pile on all of these blame on ourselves from a place of shine. Sorry I interview somebody WHO's high-profile or His achieved something pretty special. Every weight and we go through their biggest confidence challenge, and how they are became, and I have decided people like. Comedian Merrick. Watts I think. Stand up comedies about the most confident thing you can do. It Wayne of Buffalo News television presenter. People that who seemed to have so much confidence that they really honest about what it takes for them to get out there everyday. Love Account White for that. That's going to be incredible so as soon as it's guys that my linked to the shy nights in linked to you, you'll, you'll call us as well as to the podcasts else I just finished up. I would love it. If you could because ended boss, you would have someone for women in the cheek level as wanting to play a big in whatever she's putting herself forward full. What are some of the best advice that you'd give her able to second into her full confidence? Right so going back to what I said before about have you? Brian doesn't know the difference between a thought and reality there's. There's a way that you can gain the system and hack your brain for more confidence. everyone I guess would have heard of the practice of having a gratitude diary in how valuable that is. Will I actually think that? As well as during a gratitude diary, you should also incorporate a success diary ritual into your daily practice. It just has to be three bullet points and I can be legal things I joined hp big things, but little wings that you've had of ways that you've put yourself out there. A big more confidently h day I know for some women, it can be something as small as wearing a really brought college work. Some women dark feel confident enough to do that. Oh going and introducing yourself to someone who you've always admired in the office that if is still to be nervous around just little wins everyday, and what that does is promotes what's called a win as effect in your brain, and you see evidence that you are the person who does this kind of seeing, and it's a self perpetuating it. Deepens those neural pathways, and you actually have evidence on paper that you are a confident person. Off that that is awesome and it's just constantly building that evidence to say that I can do hard things right I can put myself in those situations, and but did not I can do this. Riots are off star. Good absolutely love that. Thank you so much between being absolute pleasure chatting with you today. Old of the podcast and cannot wait to connect. See more of what you're going to create. My Gosh I love everything uteri and thank you so much for having me on. Incredible same here. My pleasure. Thank you. Thank you for listening and I hope you enjoy today. Of the next one podcast..

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"buffalo  news" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"buffalo news" Discussed on WJR 760

"Covert nineteen so now is the time if you if are business owners in these parts of our economy are not familiar with the protocols to get up to speed on them into so that you can be ready and the governor making the announcement and saying that covert nineteen is still present precautions have to be taken state health officials announcing that there are now fifty eight thousand five hundred twenty five cases of coronavirus in Michigan five thousand six hundred and fifteen deaths that's up twenty deaths and two hundred and eighty four cases from yesterday two months after governor Gavin Newsom announced a nearly one billion dollar deal with Chinese automaker B. Y. D. the purchase respirators California has yet to receive any of these much needed N. ninety five masks today state officials announced they would give the company a second extension to deliver on its promise the World Health Organization issuing some new guidance and a new name for masks the new guidance on fabric masks that's the new name worn by the general public is that they should be three layers of three different kinds of fabric the WHO's Dr Maria van Kirk off says the interlayer being an absorbent fabric like cotton the middle layer of the filter if you will a non woven material like polypropylene and an outer layer of non absorbent aerial like polyester or a polyester blend with those three layers and in that combination that fabric can actually provide a mechanistic barrier meaning the droplets can't get through she also says masks alone are not enough still need physical distancing still need hand washing I'm Jim rope thank U. S. unemployment rate fell unexpectedly to thirteen point three percent from the White House president trump today highlighted the additional two point five million dollar jobs two point five million jobs added last month the job search that we're seeing right now is widespread leisure and hospitality added one point two million jobs construction jobs are up listen to this four hundred sixty four thousand education and health services rose four hundred and twenty four thousand retail trade is up three hundred and sixty eight thousand hundreds of people today walking across the macarthur bridge to Belle Isle these are protesters and police officers marching along with them the demonstration follows seven nights of demonstrations in the city which has largely remained peaceful as today's demonstration and March across the bridge an entire unit of the buffalo police department resigning from their assignments today after two officers were suspended amid outcry over a video showing officer shoving a seventy five year old man to the ground the buffalo news reports all fifty seven members of the department's emergency response team resigned from the unit which responds to riots another crowd control situations the emergency response team members have not quit the police department only the unit a union representative saying the officers were following orders and the man slipped seventy five year old man remains in serious condition the NBA Players Association agreeing to a plan to resume play with a twenty two team tournament acting as the team's post season when the season would resume is not clear right now the NBA commissioner Adam silver is expected to formalize the agreement sometime next week ahead of a planned protest this weekend in Washington DC protesters painted black lives matter in a massive yellow block letters spanning two blocks of sixteenth street that's a central access in Washington DC that leads right to the White House years Abby Phillip the president has insisted that.

"buffalo  news" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"buffalo news" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"In the time of global pandemic. And you're going to federal government and Gordon New York state so again so to see the buffalo news kind of stoke this once again. It just gotTa gives you an shows you how the people around us really feel about us. And I just think it's worth magic and if it were only the buffalo news that'd be great but it's not the This NEW STIMULUS BILL. That the the US past the trump so proudly claims that he signed into law like like. He made it happen. Tom We have people say got into the details and are calling out the fact that some of that money is going to Indian Health Service. In fact one woman posted if you divide the amount of money that That included in this two trillion dollar. Bill that's supposed to help defray you know some of the impacts of of this You know discovered nineteen epidemic If you if you take that I think she listed on auditing. It's no it's true because paid attention to the bill. But she's like three billion dollars going to going to native issues I guess and she said you divide that by the number of actual native people. They're going to get more than twelve hundred dollars that That good oh Americans are gonNA get so the racism again. I mean it was unavoidable an example. I'm not saying it's every example but there is an example. Yes racism as I said. Some cases There are friends. We're not making the money right now. John had mentioned a woman who is throwing a stimulus figures around as if she were some authority on the subject. He's probably talking about.

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Buffett Is Giving Up on Newspapers

Financial Issues with Dan Celia

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Buffett Is Giving Up on Newspapers

"Seven mega investor Warren Buffett is selling off all of his newspaper assets whose USA's Chris part Warren Buffett giving up on an industry that's been in decline in the digital age of its company Berkshire Hathaway selling its thirty one newspapers for one hundred forty million dollars all of them going to leave enterprises buffeted called himself a newspaper addicts we began buying them in nineteen seventy seven first purchasing the buffalo news however drops in revenue as readers make the switch from paper to computer screens have hurt the industry for USA radio news I'm Chris

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"buffalo  news" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:55 min | 3 years ago

"buffalo news" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"York City with your boy, mafia. So tonight, Daniel Wallich, he is a. Gambling law and sports betting. Attorney so gaming laws and things of this nature. He's like a basically a gambling lawyer. I think that sums it up again those been on the show before and not a bad business to be in. He's going to be back on events than I bust made a made a made a Brad may the Golden Knights TV analyst on sports net. Rocky now join us little bit later at nine hundred three Vegas time, twelve oh three. Listen. Brad. Interplay that when he comes on this show night about twelve times Stanley Cup champion Bradman that's the plan. Anyway. Just so, you know, twenty seven seconds left at the garden. Holding on to a one nothing. I got a ticket on now on Mr. Briggs and Stratton Tracy tea-garden running it here from. Las Vegas down on for Mont St.. I don't think I've ever that before have. I can't believe it taking that long to figure that out realm on-street down around monster. Eight. God twenty seven. Ability clocked ahead zero. Tickets on that game than Donald I got I got a lot of tickets going tonight on these game. You and me both. Did you like that blue jackets? I liked it a lot better when they all stopped scoring after the first period. They were down what to nothing when I got that bad. I believe so. Yes. They were down to the sabres at home in game plus a goal and a half they covered they lost five four and I'm going Rangers right now. Plus they're going to have their down one nothing with twenty seconds left humanity. It ended one let's. That's. Showing me. I cannot believe that I hit that. I had the opposite of year. I had the under in the grand salami tonight in the NHL and when the jackets. And the sabres scored a billion goals in the I do periods. I figured I had absolutely no shot at hitting that whatsoever. I cover the play by play. Yes. Here we go through the juggling balls out. And here he comes. He's gonna put on for everybody here at the new bar, and he's going up down up down up down one two three three one two three three three three three three three three there. It is Stroman orange give him another one. There you go. Look at is behind the back. Flip flip flip flip off the head off the head still going still going? Oh. Up down up down up down. Making it all happened there. Carell going crazy. Get him a little Stromboli there. Look at that. Unbelievable. Nice. Nice effort by you like that. Yeah. Good job. I did that for all the fans here at the view bar. Anyway, I gotta tell you that took a lot outta me. I'm breathing. Heavy. And I'm in good shape, Iran today, Iran, Iran, two miles today, and the entire time Iran, I've thought about how many people I don't like. I got you brother. I can't talk right at this time based on being on the air. But I got you. I got you brother. So you'd never see me juggle before. I did not ever see juggle. My man. All right. So. We've had we've had a lot of people drank in early this evening. That's okay. I I would be if I wasn't doing this. All right. So a couple of things the Rams and Nicole Roby common. Walk back off of the plank about Brady being an old, man. So he took everything back that he said in the interview with Tyler Don on Blitzer report. So the bottom line is he's a wussy. It was pretty good. I tell real Claire when you're gonna do somebody. Gotta do all the way you can't just do. And then a day later, take it all back because you're a worc-. You gotta go fall, all and and just do and write them off. You gotta stab slash Cottam album pancham finish sleep with their wife. Bone done. You don't go back the next day. Vacant at everything. I said was taken out of context my ass. It was taken out of context everything he said, he said to Tyler who came on this show last night and said he said it over and over and believe me you Tyler downward to the buffalo news forever to guy doesn't misquote anybody all these athletes. Would there be s I was it was taken out of context. Well, first of all, let me be clear most.

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"buffalo  news" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"buffalo news" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Got buried on that depth chart and was essentially the eighth defencemen on this lightning team. It was time to move on for both parties. And that's what happened yesterday. Now the sabres are holding onto that last wildcard. In the Easter coming off a four three loss to the Carolina Hurricanes last night. That's their seventh consecutive loss to Carolina savers are now four six two in their poss twelve. They're also struggling on the road if lost four straight, and they're one sixty two and the last nine rogue games as I said in the open these two teams have been heading in opposite directions since the last time they met that was towards the end of November when buffalo entered Emily arena on a ten game win streak. Sanders actually had a one point lead over the lightning heading into that game. But since that win for the lightning Tampa Bay's now, eighteen points ahead of buffalo. Mike Harrington from the buffalo news talked about that stat on my show earlier tonight on power play. I mean, November twenty ninth wasn't that long ago. And it seems like two years ago the way these two teams take an awesome, the savers. Remember where a point ahead of the lightning in first overall that night when tapa won that game the whitening, obviously, everyone. There knows what they've been up to. But the sabers I think the number now is six nine and five since that game. They haven't won two in a row in almost a month. Secondary, scorings and bad. Goaltending hasn't held up. And you know, now the sabres or simply trying to hang on to make the playoffs were back then they were figuring out which team they were gonna have home ice vantage over. So it's quite a turnaround. Now Jenner has been a bright spot for the whole team all season long. He at the thirty goal Mark last night against his former team, he became the sabers. I thirty goals score and seven years he's on pace for fifty five. You wonder what type of contract he'll be getting either with the sabres or in free agency? Now Carter Hutton has been a little inconsistent in nets. And Lena's ullmark has been better. I asked my Carrington. Are there concerns that Hutton might be showing some cracks in his game? Yeah. There is. And I think Lena's hallmark of backup is nine to three and he's gonna play tonight since I would assume since the sabers around a back to back all markets kind of Donna's win and Hutton is two seven and two in his last eleven decisions and the bad goal is starting to creep into Hutton skiing. There was a terrible first goal last name Carolinas the routine playoff the club. And he flubbed it out of the glove and Marco scandal. Actually, knocked it in the net. One at bounced off the top of you're getting that one bad goal and night again. That's something sabres can't have especially when their offense.

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Espn, Nfl and Oakland Raiders discussed on Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

02:38 min | 4 years ago

Espn, Nfl and Oakland Raiders discussed on Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

"Local farmers with an alternative pollinator brian calvert komo news might wanna think twice before eating that spicy pepper komo's jeff pohjola explains behold the carolina reaper it is the hottest pepper known to man twice as hot as the infamous ghost pepper and roughly eight hundred times hotter than a jalapeno so what could go wrong if you down to the entire one in a single shot we'll just ask the morning crew of k wgn tv and denver which tried some potato chips flavored with the reaper oh oh nellie throw up behind the desk help please and if that wasn't enough take the case of a thirty four year old man with no significant medical history who was hospitalized after pounding the pepper raw during a contest once he chomped on the report he began suffering dry heaves and intense had neck pain fearing the worst doctors gave him a cat scan which revealed significant narrowing of blood vessels in the brain he was diagnosed with a severe sudden onset or thunderclap headache caused by the spicy pepper this is the first known case in which spicy foods have caused such a reaction no word if he won the contest jeff pohjola komo news all right twelve forty one on a on a tuesday afternoon tom glasgow here to check sports leading off with the mariners ugly one for the mariners last night getting their series with kansas city underway they'll look to bounce back in game two with king felix on the mound and he looks to bounce back from an awful second started the season has first outstanding looking for consistency from the king in twenty eighteen mark maguire says he could've hit seventy home runs in a season without taking performance enhancing drugs he tells the athlete he regrets taking the drudge because he didn't need to mcgwire hit what was then a record seventy home runs in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight well with the saint louis cardinals trying to figure out how to get things right with the kicker position as seahawks have sebastian janikowski in today at least espn says that's on the schedule jankowski's forty years of age has spent his entire very successful career with the oakland raiders buffalo bills authencity lineman richie incognito says in a text to the associated press he's done amid reports he's considering retirement after eleven nfl seasons buffalo news quoted incognito as saying i'm done that's it incognito added he is experiencing liver and kidney problems and is being affected by stress more sports in thirty minutes right here on your home.

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