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The Christian O’Connell Show
"burwood" Discussed on The Christian O’Connell Show
"Jackie boy, what about some of our favorite facts so far? Yeah, so we've had 22 suburbs featured so far with a thousand. We're really picking up a steam on this, aren't we? There's only 1003 to go. We'll have this knocked off by Easter in 30 39. David and whereby this actually is interesting. Told us that where B south based stone is the place where they mapped all of Victoria from. That is a killer effect. When they got the tape measure out, they start at the south bay stone in werbe. Did you know that pat? No, I had no idea lived there 24 years and it was a first. Yeah. Mariana told us that sunshine is the home to the first ever bunnings warehouse. Irene and ivanhoe says that and this is unconfirmed so they can be fact or they can be very well just made up. When it's raining in Melbourne, it's sunny and ivanhoe. She see mayor of sunshine and head of PR as well. This is the Christian O'Connell show, odd class. So, 1025 suburbs here in Melbourne in total. Our miss Chanel to speak to everyone from all of those suburbs. All we need from you is call us up. Tell us what suburbia from. So that's something about your suburb where make you the mayor of that suburb. Now, obviously we're keeping a tally of all these various things you tell us about the various suburbs and the people, the mayors that we speak to from. However, if you have a fact that you think is better than some of the ones we've got, you can challenge them. And they're kind of on a lip spill, a mayor spill. They're out you're in, it's as simple as that. It's happened already. Patty was the mayor of warby and now David came and kicked her out. Sucked. 9 four one four one O four three. Let's speak to some mayors. Good morning, Margaret. Morning, Christian and crew, how are we? We're good, Margaret. How's your week going so far? Oh yeah, not too bad, thank you. Well, I'm from saint rigali, which is postcard three one 5 6. So it incorporates a century galley century galley and a bit of Leicester field and some others. But our claim to fame is we have two of the biggest Australians were born here. And that was Steve Irwin and Shane warn. When you say their biggest Australians. I was always when he said two, I was thinking, who could that be? Two of the biggest Australians. That is amazing. A lot of similarities about Shane wallen steeper. Could I be long lost brothers or cousins? Yeah. Well that is my incredible Margaret. So three one 5 6. We're the place to be. The gateway to the day and you know? Yeah, more the rest of it. So you have like the myth. Yeah. Living in Internet title of mer Margaret. I didn't know Steve Irwin was from Victoria. To entry, born at the Anglo hospital. Right. You've got all the details. And what about Shane warne? All right, Margaret, Margaret. Thank you very much, you cool. Have a good day. Thanks, bye. All right, this beat to Tim mayor Tim. Good morning, mayor Tim. Yeah, Christian. Tim, we can't hear you. Tim, yeah, just breaking up a bit there. Hopefully we can hear you. Roughly, yes. Yes, yes. Where are you calling from? Kill size and what can you tell us about to kill scythe, met him? Well, a couple of years back, Mike. We were voted. The. Did you just say you broke up again there? Might be the happiest suburban Australia. The worst mobile coverage. Did you say the happiest suburb here in Australia? The happiest postcode we were voted. How do you enter and how do you win such a thing? Well, I have no idea who votes for it, but I'm glad I did 'cause we got back a little air scan for seeing. And is it a happy place? How long you lived there, Tim? 24 years now? Are you living that happiness Tim? Kill south doing it for you. Yay. Wait, happy Mike. We're going to view with a Danish we're at the base of maintaining our minds. Yeah, bet is happy as you get married. And what is your, what is your fact about kill songs? Oh, yeah, you've already done it yet. It's the happiest postcode in Australia. In Australia, I had apparently hit three one three 7. Three one three 7 mayor Tim. Thank you very much. Why would it was that? We need to do some research on this. Pat you must have been doing all that on air whenever this came out. Oh, I do not report them. It is some wheelie bins have been knocked over by who. No, it's skinny. A spokesperson on the show right now. No, I don't recall that fact. But quite possibly. No doubt. Let's go to one of our loyal listeners. Paul from kiwi rock, Paul, good morning. Good morning, Christian Jack and patty. How are we? We're good. Thank you. And I know we know Paul so well, we even know he's been on holiday, he's been away for a couple of weeks. All right, so Paul, what is your fact about kui rub? Well, postcards three 9 8 one. I don't know if it's going to be as good as the cow. Sorry, is the asparagus, but I reckon there are more cows in QE rough that there is people. Okay, don't start too many facts that I reckon. So called the Guinness Book of I reckons. So our radio is April the deputy may. The outgoing nothing. So our previous fact was from collette from curry rup who said Australia's Curie rap is Australia's largest asparagus growing district. And that is a solid fact. And she didn't even reckon. There was no reckoning. A lot of people in kiwi were up a smarter than I am. That's for sure. Yeah. So you can challenge, you can also be denied. Paul, it feels like you're really back on the show. I'm back at the low level of. Deputy to the mayor. Or assistant to the deputy mayor. All right, Paul, welcome back. Thank you very much. We got ten year old just a discount off. He's missed a show or something, you know? Kind of service. Mika, good morning Mika. Good morning. Are you sound tired? Yep. And back to school this week. Yes. To my name's Michael. That's what you're upset about. Sorry about that, Mike. Jack told me it was Mika, but I speak to him later. All right, so Micah, how is it being back at school this week? Good. My first card is three one 5 one. Straight into it. And what can you tell us? What can you tell us about burwood east? We have the first came out in Australia. Do you know what came up? I sometimes go there. Yeah. What do you get, mommy, mom and dad to get you close there or suffer the bedroom? Sometimes. Sometimes, yeah. And is it nice being back at school? Do you want to sell out to any of your mates after 7 o'clock this morning? We're doing this thing where we're letting kids put a message on 100 billboards all over Melbourne so you'll see it this morning when you go to school. If you want to sell it to any of your mates yeah, sure. And who's the crew? Who are we saying hello to? Thomas and Jaden. Everything else you want to do is simply go say Thomas and Jayden. I got him. Keep it real. Oh yeah. How do you know how to speak like that? I don't really know who else. You don't need to. Yeah, but do you want to say anything in particular? Don't you Thomas and Jane knight shout out Thomas and Jaden, I did you have a name for your crew? Is it meant to be a
"burwood" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Is a P news. I'm Rita foley. Americans are lining up at the polls. Today's elections are testing the political strength of President Biden and former president Trump. Voters will decide who controls Congress, among other things, AP Washington correspondent Sagar Meghani. The evenly split Senate is up for grabs today and the key may lie in President Biden's native state. Control of the Senate could come down to Pennsylvania. Franklin and Marshall college's burwood yost says with Republican pat toomey retiring, Democrats are eyeing to flip the seat and banking on lieutenant governor John fetterman beating mehmet Oz, the celebrity doctor whom fetterman has labeled an out of touch outsider. As might be a joke, but I don't believe any one of us finds it very funny. It's been a brutal and expensive race. Pennsylvania deserves better than fetterman. The president has made several trips there to boost the Democrat in hopes of keeping the Senate majority. Sagar Meghani at The White House. So what happened to Powerball? There was no Powerball drawing at the scheduled ten 59 p.m. eastern standard time last night because officials with the multi state lottery association say one participate a lottery had issues processing sales The jackpot is a record breaking $1.9 billion. I'm Donna water. We may get the Powerball results today. Forecasters say subtropical storm Nicole is powering up as it churns toward Florida's Atlantic coastline. It's expected to make landfall along Florida's coast as a category one hurricane late Wednesday or early Thursday. South of east says a Tyrannosaurus Rex skull found in South Dakota is expected to sell for $15 million or more at auction. It's about 76 million years old. This is a P news. Trouble between authorities in China and residents over COVID rules. The AP's Charles De Ledesma has this. Police in northeastern China say 7 people have been arrested following a clash between residents and authorities in forcing COVID-19 restrictions. A news release from the police department in the Shandong city of linii said public security would take strong measures against those who illegally violated the legal rights of personal protection of citizens, anti pandemic measures have prompted backlashes across the country, forming a rarely seen challenge to the Communist Party authority. It isn't immediately clear who was arrested after the clash, news of the arrest appeared on social media on Tuesday morning, but were raised by the country's sensors before noon. I'm Charles De Ledesma. The Dow gained 423 points yesterday. The S&P was up 36. I'm Rita foley, AP news. This is a 20 a.m. WCT willow springs. And streaming worldwide at WCT 8 20 dot com. We are Chicago's progressive chalk, where facts matter. Now, UW CPT 8 20, weather updates. Here's the latest Chicago weather update, mostly sunny skies here for today with a high in the mid 50s, southeast winds ten to 15 mph gusting as high as 20 tonight partly cloudy alone here 45. Wednesday mostly sunny high 67° and Thursday sunshine high of 72. Friday mostly sunny skies high around 47 and Saturday cloudy high of 34. From the weather ology, weather center, I meteorologist Jennifer we cheat ski. Currently, it's 44. Are you managing your investment portfolio? Or
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Republicans look to win back power in Congress, stop Biden
"The evenly split Senate is up for grabs today and the key may lie in President Biden's native state Control of the Senate could come down to Pennsylvania Franklin and Marshall college's burwood yost says with Republican pat toomey retiring Democrats are eyeing to flip the seat and banking on lieutenant governor John fetterman beating mehmet Oz the celebrity doctor whom fetterman has labeled an out of touch outsider But I don't believe any one of us finds it very funny It's been a brutal and expensive race Pennsylvania deserves better than fetterman The president has made several trips there to boost the Democrat in hopes of keeping the Senate majority Sagar Meghani at The White House
"burwood" Discussed on WTOP
"Members in a fire. In a possibly link crime, a woman murdered in the town where that fire occurred. State police trooper Anthony petroski. The male, who was the suspect in both incidents, is in custody as we speak. At this time, there is one confirmed fatality from the burwood crash along with 17 people injured. In the, incident, there was one confirmed fatality. Author Salman Rushdie has been taken off a ventilator, and is able to talk a day after he was stabbed. It happened in western New York just as the 75 year old took the stage to give a lecture on artistic freedom. He had a knife at the time, but it was a surreal thing. CBS Michael George, the man accused in the attack, has pleaded not guilty to attempted murder and assault charges. We have an update on the concussion concerns of NFL players and retirees. Hundreds of black retired NFL players are now eligible for part of the league's $1 billion concussion settlement. In 2020, players sued the league over its dementia test at the time it used so called race norming based on an assumption that black test takers have lower cognitive baseline scores. The league has since eliminated that race bias and restored more than 640 players tests nearly half of those players now qualify for a payout CVS Adriana Diaz. Teacher shortages nationwide are just one of the complications heading into the new school year. Bus drivers also are hard to find. Not just in pupil transportation that we're experiencing a driver's shoulders. It's actually a national shortage of commercial drive that impacts pupil transportation at impacts mass transportation
Sucias are my Favorite
"burwood" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite
"It's just a conversation between two guys with what we're talking about. Essentially like is the most natural conversation. I've had Jane gumbo burwood for conversation. I'll tell you right now. The highlight for me I was a big fan of this show called classic. Three thousand which was around around two thousand seventeen thousand nine. If you've ever heard of it. If not i don't blame you Basically i was gonna say basically Obscure shows on cartoon network but andre three thousand after he got out of outcasts. Did this little cartoon in I was like i loved it because it had like a a weekly like musical section with like different art style than what was there but the art that was there was something you'd see from like like if someone wants to capture a blues album. That's what the animation would like. Look like how it flew flowed such..
Mango Kush Podcast
"burwood" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast
"Raw file. my how vanilla. Here's here's a maximum worse. Though guests order their raw triple opera data. No worse my nigga for thinking about this shit. Fucking timeout burwood is worse than a focus chippewa bar. That'd be burr. I got an impossible offer. What i gotta plant based bird from bamberg. Anyone nigger i got one for. I got one for a dollar for got bought. One free bottle offer dollar. Yes i eighty fucking impossible from bamberg. He doesn't possible. I got the throat and his heart about it. Wasn't that bad bad. Guy down with the sickness that man man either plays burgers from number k boy each into a whole new level rock bottom line thing. That is burning down. Burger burger king ray while their media plan base breaking walford like do people really still eat at burger king guy. Do i was in line. Waiver shits dusting about it out. Never be said. I don't really see a whole bunch. Burger hearings nowadays. She two inches all around. Who yeah i i had i had had said on fucking guy. They are down impossible. Offer from goddamn burger king or fabric. I got you. Don't think i actually kinda liked. It was a sad about it is yeah i did. It wasn't that bad. that's crazy about. It was his hungry. I think i think hungry. This man always hungry. Said i had to if i if i ever a rice mill seasons every go ahead call the cops collide tenor team me. Your caesar's i make i make too much money onto higher status and my dad's assigned to life today see. You can't do that almost yes but now little seeds team thanks to hear about a little caesar the hell yet a burger king. Bigger it was it was it was a trillion like one night stand merrill. Nice dan i stayed outside. I had tried man. Y'all say try before you buy. You have probably a hit again. All saying ain't gonna hit again. Well it sometime sometimes. You gotta take the hits and thank you moving saying the good ending with burke burgers were. I had burger king since we had at miami fucked all of our stomachs up is i vowed to this day. Very burger king again. I broke man. I said what i saw. When i saw buy one. Get one for a dollar. A real big as they tend to my niggardly when they advertise. I go for a dollar okay to the mall for man angered the fuck of stupid stupid raw batman. God i a fucking impossible walker. I say that line. I feel bad saying that had a really. Do i really do man man should though we k- long the mall for everybody. Hey hey thank you for joining us tonight on this so-called flexible friday night which we had to maneuver our conversation for one particular politically incorrect or correct Topic to more of a freelance topic which have been talking about over last couple of hours but we do appreciate you all joining us this evening. So hey do us a favor. Make sure that you follow us. At an kpd cass again. Follow us it in. Kp cast make sure he falls on. Facebook mehsud falls on instagram again in. Kp cast and also subscribe to our youtube channel mayo. Podcast we have in k. Travels in k. Travels had we are our latest gray. This travel series blah. Why should you do this because this is the way. This fucking shit are.
News Radio 1190 KEX
"burwood" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Let's see you something. Our top story the Cougar Peak Fire nor the Lakeview has exploded, burning 20,000 acres. The fire started on Tuesday, Governor Kate Brown approved an order allowing local firefighters from around the state to help protect homes in the area. There are level one and level three evacuations. The fire is burning timber brush and logging slash The cause of the fires are determined, windy and dry. Conditions are expected to cause that fire to grow. Meantime, the ball complex fire north of Detroit's burned more than 19,000 acres. It is creating thick smoke as the fire burns along the ground and occasionally torches trees. If the smoke clears, helicopters will be used today to slow the fire spread in key areas. Firefighters are working to build containment lines north of the fire. The fire is 7% contained. The fire started August 3rd because it's still under investigation and the historic bull of the woods Lookout Tower in the Mount Hood National Forest has been destroyed by the bull complex fire. Cheryl Hill is author Fire Lookouts of Oregon and tells K two is a favorite spot for hikers. You can see all the way from Mount Adams in Washington down to the three sisters. Firefighters wanted to ramp the building with a protective material to keep it from burning, but it was too dangerous to go there. The lookout was nearly 80 years old. The man convicted of killing 17 year old Yankee kun housing has been sentenced to nearly 20 years in prison. David Bogdanoff was accused of killing coon housing after they had sex and he realized Coon housing was transgender. She was strangled and her body was left in a remote area of large mountain. Bogdanov claimed the killing was in self defense, but prosecutors argued the evidence showed it was not a justifiable homicide. A motorcyclist was killed in the crash this morning near Portland International Airport, the crash Hamilton, North East 82nd Avenue and all Burwood Road. The writer died at the scene. Police say the motorcycle was southbound on 82nd Avenue when it left the roadway. Doesn't pay that any other vehicles were involved. I'm Brad Ford. NewsRadio 11 90 k e X. Are you ready?.
Deck The Hallmark
"burwood" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"That's here's the problem is we've got a we've got some fires. What am i. But it's a dumpster fire. That movie is a dumpster fire. I suppose adoption no put it. I'm sorry everybody i'm sorry. I'm getting ahead of myself here. All right crashing through the snow is one of the easily one of the best news. We've seen trial movie territory crashing through the snow easily. Yeah yeah okay. So don't be difficult. Yeah no no. I agree with that that we're gonna have an argument. How far up the list. That goes back. Because i think it goes pretty high up there. Okay and then a love for real was the next one. You guys like that as the best summer one so die to be fair. Yeah that's big. Maybe six big maybe six. Yeah yeah. it's a big. It's in movies aren't getting big. Yep yep twenty seven hour day. Broiler burwood dumpster fire for me Daytime dramas i think. Little daytime drama. Oh man wolf. And i mean look at what you have coming on cove. This wedding marches definitely dumpster fire. Oh my gosh old third buckets the for the five movies that we have not ranked or i know that we're going to him and they're all garbage had no they're all bad. What are we gonna do go our day. I think is going to go by that. Okay yes but we're benefit of the doubt for just from just looking at the rest of these movies lou daytime drama so bad though. It's so daytime. Drama dumpster fire. But now when arch is so bad. Also because that's i think a little daytime dramas worse than wedding march. I said it. Yeah i i don't know said their bo so bad anymore is better and we didn't see the first fi. I'm little drummer and both going in. We can't but we will. We will sleep akon. i got it as a dumpster. fires will. That's where you're going to have it..
Star Wars Sessions
"burwood" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions
"Message was so good. Alex stop are studying chocolate. Muffin from greg's need out total. Don't don't i got this one. I mean four her and she went now says my juno what muffins and greg's are absolutely brilliant. They are bad on a very good better than they should be for the price. And for the greg greg's got reputation certainly in in the band sinop. He is a and they shouldn't be quite as delectable yes. That's right so. I thought jessop voice was so good that i just had to not nibble on nipple chocolate muffin. My yet the language thing. Why are you when you gonna dave i. We didn't we mentioned next talk when we when we said how we watch the trailer I i am on there for the original one. There for the japanese voice actors save masaki terra. Soma aquino watanabe kiyoshi. Now akio caneda takayushi kawashima of go through them tacky. Oh sorry. Dicara chemical war that sue aca sake chinook. Akira mickey and kenichi gutter anime veterans. The voice costs but then for the english again. We was feeling in for the for the british. Probably britain's grace spoke stoves for the j. How'd some yes got some brand gene. Burwood ben harry potter. So we got joseph gordon neil patrick harris alison brie david harbour sununu coach on lucy liu henry codeine who are big fan of karen fukuhara call choice to king star trek. Go got fantastic. English dubs will but for me. It gets the original japanese version. Because i like watching sept i can. I can process subtitled to that officials at the same time. Plus don't doubt that they are going to go on providing fabulous english dub. But the something something ca get get past when i know that's not their native language so familiar mate is orig- no not a two one russo. Just touching your point. We didn't obviously we didn't mention the fact that too much of the star wars inspiration from kurosawa because we did an entire on that a few months ago so we're all very aware that slow was pulled most of inspiration from the works of course are analogues japanese. Step away from me is you're gonna say nah english dub you shoot him with troops on the side my geno. I'm gonna do japanese my knees and see how especially because these shorts. I mean. i don't really know how long is are going to be noah between Between ten and twenty minutes is my guess it will vary. I'm hoping yeah. I'm going to say i will go. I'm going to japanese my because my friends always said again. Something callum said i'm going to do it but then probably rewatching english anyway. Second time it's gonna be that. I hope it's not good armoured conway to watch in english. Just just for the band's name just so the crack gripe voice message. Alex is is really cool to see your enthusiasm with this. My really really coal nice. You get back to india muffin..
GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast
"burwood" Discussed on GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast
"I think they'll be able to move the ball. I think mixing can do all right here depending on. How the chargers rush defense does you know. So i see a favorable match. I think a lot of points will be scored in this game so moving onto week fourteen. The forty niners come to town to take on the bengals and the last time that these two teams met was a couple years ago. Two thousand nine hundred and the forty niners won they. They dropped like forty points against the the bango so i think this is going to be an unfavorable matchup here because i do think that if the forty niners defense is what it was back in twenty nineteen you know it is going to be a long afternoon for joe borough and that offense and they are good against the run as well so i think makes sense going to struggle as well so yeah. I lean towards unfavorable when talking about this matchup so now moving onto week fifteen. The bengals go to the mile high city to take on the broncos This is a tough match-up here. Now it is late in the season if it was like earlier in the season. I'd probably say you know the broncos. This is going to be very very very tough match-up but i think it's going be a tough match up. Because the broncos defense i mean especially what it looked like in that preseason game i mean. It's like that. I mean this defense is gonna be it could be like it was in the super bowl days I don't wanna again. That's a little kind of jumping the gun a little bit. But you know they still got you know von miller. He's coming back They got briley job. you know. You got simmons. Back there ser tan. He had He had to pick six. So you know they they got some playmakers on this defense and they got offensively gotta they got some weapons there too. So you know this team. You know if. I if the quarterback position is good. This is going to be good. So i think it's gonna be interesting the key to the game. How do the bengals wide receivers matchup against the dvd's for the broncos. So i think that is really going to determine the outcome in this game. If debate at the bengals are going to be able to move the ball. You know through the air you know. I think they win this game. I think nixon could do all right here I mean you gotta deal with shelby harris coming up the middle for the broncos but i i would say you know. It's a tough match Mental middle of the road. Tough match-up I think borough will do okay here. But i don't expect anyone really to go off in this game but locked away on that then moving onto week sixteen the bengals take on the ravens. I think again unfavorable match up here. I just feel like the ravens are still going to have their number this year. So i kind of expect the same from the first match up more the same from last year. You know the ravens dominating the bengals so yeah. I'm going to say that for week. Sixteen weeks seventeen. This should be an interesting game. Okay you got the bengals going up against the kansas city chiefs okay. I like the ravens defense better than the chiefs. But i mean this is going to be a fun game. I think the bengals will definitely be able to move the ball against the chiefs defense. I mean. I don't think they're going to win. But i do think they will move the ball against this chiefs defense and even if they you know are down by two scores. I think put up garbage point. So i think the receivers do well i think mixing and do all. I think borough does well here you know. I think he'll throw between like two three touchdowns somewhere in that range You know in this game. Something like that But it should be fun game. It's one o'clock game and who knows that the bengals are in contention may be you know. This game gets bumped up to four twenty five or sunday night. Maybe who knows but You know it should be fun game so moving onto week. Eighteen final game of the regular season. The bengals take on the cleveland. Browns cleveland last time these two teams met in cleveland. You know it points. Were scored the bank. The browns they were mostly in control the whole time. You know the bengals did make an interesting but You know. I think more of the same you know. Both teams are going to put up points. You know they got the the bengals. Got the receivers to you know. Keep up with the browns But i do think the browns will win this game. I do think that you know fantasy. Wise for the the The bengals i i think they they do well Even though i do think that the the you know browns defense is going to be improved in the first match but again it's a divisional opponent so i think that both teams are going to put up points You know in this game. So that is the schedule for the bengals. And i think the really the most important thing for the bengals is keeping joe borough healthy. That is the key of this. Year is to keep joe borough healthy and to protect him because if they don't protect him i mean the bengals are going to be able to do anything i mean. I do think they are going to be a better team than they were last year. I mean if joe mixon is healthy of borough is healthy if dramatic chase in borough you know are like what they were at. Lsu you know they could do whatever they want. I mean i wanna see what the tight end spot you know is gonna do because i really didn't talk about it. I actually didn't talk about it at all. I didn't mention anybody drew sample or anybody else. you know because i don't really know what to expect i mean they got cj osama coming back. I think And i think him in borough had a little bit of a connection last year and then he tours achilles. I think in week two against the browns last year. So you know. I didn't really talk about the tight ends. Because i just feel like the receivers are going to get the bulk of the targets. So that's why. I really didn't mention the spot. I think mixon's healthy. He could definitely do well this year. I think he's proven he can be a you. Know it could be a solid fantasy running back Obviously i have more so as my rb to in my dynasty league and listen. I'm not like you know excited. That i have joe mixing but i do like i do like my nixon dobbins combo but you know i think it could have definitely been better but you know. We'll see what happens with that. But really the main thing for the bengals as they have to keep borough healthy because you know if if they're offensive line was competent last year. Burwood is still bill. Burr went to play the whole season and he probably would have won rookie of the year offensive rookie of the year. I mean herbert definitely deserved to win it but Borough was in the conversation for that and then you know he got hurt and you know. Forget it you know. I think that that's really the biggest thing for borough and that's really what's going to determine his fantasy about is Fantasy season is you know him being protected because the weapons are there. It's really all it's really more. So just about the offensive. Line him gaining his confidence back. You know so he can be successful and you know sling that football around and get it to the guys that you know under steam. Because he's got a really. I like is receiving core a lot. And i like mixing in the backfield you know. He's got weapons. It's just you know you gotta be able to hold them upright because otherwise he's really not gonna do anything for you you know and that's really the key it's building offensive line. So yes so. That is the bengals scheduled outlook so with that. We are going to take our final break of the show. When we come back. I will do my ear list for the tight end position in fantasy so stick around. We'll be right back here on the gsm mc fantasy football podcast. Are you looking to get your college football. Beck's looking to get the latest news on your favorite school teams..
SRB Media Podcasts
"burwood" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
"Been a critic of the less track previously as most people to be. But i'm not putting it down to the track it was. It was not what we needed. Given tomorrow's anything was quite embarrassing really into the despite some of them probably use those over the who unfortunately was just a. I don't know where it. Dan tournaments some people have said that they were trying to keep their average is down in case. There needs to be employed. Swear i don't think. I don't think that's true and i think one much is going to make that difference anyway although we couldn't afford to hire them again at i think that's true Don't think it was stopped the ride from trying anyway I just think we had a bad match. Just one of those horrible really them Yeah i mean chris. Harris came out with some with some credit he. He writes hard Giant shines come up with a lot of credit. He rice todd to Jack thomas real charlie harder Other than that wasn't great the thing you need to do less to usually the gate we weren't making the guys and even if we did by sort of just passed us as if we were still us saw comments actually on one of the one and get these joint Morrissey had a awful meet in. I don't imagine he would resign because he was awful. already commented. I can't remember who it was said. I wouldn't science. Nobody's name anywhere. Because that wouldn't be fair that i should do better. And he was too busy being arrogant. We've had shown the show up at my office where we the mutton unleashed arrogant personal. Melania he's he's not he's not arrogant nowhere against whatsoever even is even being dancer. The track an enclosed season and helped us work on the track. And here you know so That was unfair particularly given his meeting against Red cody was stunted. Yeah but also a people are hurting at the moment and would disappointed with the less to result I mean i went in and didn't expect to win. Burwood would wanted to put up a better show than twenty-seven points but you know everybody has a bad die in the office. And i think he just put it down to that. I hope so. Yeah we got any comments on silo to kneel whole john bird craig's me there in chat rooms fantastic should become shove support. So that's what we need right now but let's talk about move hobson versus baseball here very much. Three very very good much is now to mama grain in the last few weeks and obviously the abroad results will join Three points clear at the top of the table pace..
"burwood" Discussed on Into America
"Moving out by the time they arrived white flight had taken hold and both sides of the wall were black. There was a playground right across the street from where i live. That's where the wall is and everybody played over there. I mean the kids little kids. The parents sat on the porch in the summertime. Parents visited each other's houses. And it's just really like a big family over here you know. One of the things about this community is the resilience of it. The resilience of the people out here were like no. This is our community and we wanna stay and that same commitment and passing. Steel is prevalent over here. I wanna ask you about your earliest memories of the war and with the war. Symbolized to you. I didn't really know about the wall until i was a teenager. Like fifteen sixteen years though and at that time the country was going through at that time. Vietnamese war know kind stuff was going on so to learn about the wall and put it in perspective had angered me in angered me that someone had dash city to do that to put up a a weather. Akkad stand on my tiptoes and look over two separate me from white people. I mean that's the craziest thing ever. How far was the war from like the house. We family grew up. Were you seeing wall. Just assumed it was just a wall was experienced before you knew what was going on. Look my front window. I see right now is right across the street from me. There used to be houses over there but there weren't many there were maybe on that side of the block maybe six or seven houses that many and those houses were torn down and they made it apart and the wall was excellent or two streets because the street where the wall is burwood street. They turn the street into their code sets. So that at encapsulates the part but the wall was just a wa s out. That's all we ever caught. It was the wall in now and the signed out later on that resent it was like. Wow that's crazy. Mr research made a career working for the city but now her unofficial job is to care for her neighborhood. I retired from the city eight years ago for nine years and when i retire. I said i'm going back to my community. And i'm going to do something and it just like. It's just a constant flow of trying to make things better here. She pointed to their playground right outside of her window. That has been a playground. For as long as i can remember. It's got a name now because there was a guy in our neighborhood mr whales. He was Really be community activists. I think part of my passion comes from growing up around him. No i mean. I don't know how you grew up for me to go over there and tend to take care of it and make sure that you know trash is not apple every every morning and people tress in a flower garden over there you know i have such a connection with the parks and rec department that i can call him and say hey look you know such and such needs to be taken care of and they come and take care of it years ago. The city of detroit commissioned mural for the wall painted by local artists. Chaz miller and the nonprofit motor city blight busters when i was growing up and just a great concrete wall but it's that is beautiful mural on it it's painted a stye balloon background it depicts pictures of keys clan bubbles. There's seen rosa parks getting on a bus. There's a picture of mr affonso wells. Who was our community activists. There's another portion with With harry tab leading slaves in to the underground railroad as so it's beautiful. I mean they did that in two thousand six and still vibrant colorful as it was when they did. And then when you think about what is represented when it was originally put the and and someone took the time to make a beautiful for us and necessarily principal. The war is now listed on the national register of historic places through the national park service. And it's become a tourist attraction. Initially when i started having in the started visiting the walk allison's up a little taken aback that it was even recognized for what it was. And i took it upon myself to be ambassador for because i didn't want people over there and stand there and look at it and not have anybody to say to them how they feel about it out. Feel about it as a black person. You know a lot of black people that come just wanna want the history because is important to them now. Most of the white people To visit have a real solemn kind of i'm sorry hyperloop to know about it and some of them cry like i'm sorry to happen to you. I mean crying and saying sorry doesn't negate. What is what is was still happens in america today. My thing is it's not our job as Black community to make the changes. Why people who need to make the tanks big need to start to turn things around. We've been standing here patiently waiting for that apt patiently waiting to be recognized as human beings as people who can give us a recognition should be torn down. Should that will exist. Their shit worth to know about that barrier people need to know that their happened. And and i'm glad that they made a historical landmark. You know i'm glad that they did. Because you know it gives credence to this community in this. This neighborhood decided town. What is special about this community when you describe the sense of togetherness and feeling of fellowship in homecoming. But what is it about this neighborhood this community. That is so special. No i wish. I could put my finger on it and give you a real defined answer is just eight mile. Martin saw eight mile. I think it was what our parents and stealing us when we were growing up about two ownership about taking care of each other about being concerned about who you are where you are what you say you know. I'd speak at suits. I mean it's just a part of us. This neighborhood has such.
"burwood" Discussed on Into America
"To fair housing in fighting housing discrimination. As we understand now that there is an overlap right it all begins with housing segregation your access to quality healthcare and quality education. The air you breathe the woody drink it all kind of begins with where you live and where your houses and i know your grandmother's focused on this you know was important to her and the community and she wrote about some of this in her memoir and i would love you to share a little bit from her memoir for us. Okay i actually have a couple of passages. Let me just read one. That i found as i was preparing to chat with you. Homes to the east of us homes to south of us homes for the west of us but nothing for us was the way the home-seekers summed it up and then she goes on to say so. The six foot concrete wall remained on the line of the alley at the rear of burwood but the humiliating did not faze them sort of an indication of their willingness to stand up and step up against what was both of the humiliation of a wall as well as the barrier that it presented toward them achieving their goals this is a fundamental part of what has been described as the american dream and we were being deprived of that. Lack families were being deprived of that dream. That said if you work hard if you present yourself in a certain fashion you're going to be given the opportunity to receive a return on that investment. How did from which you understand if your grandmother and i would say the community at large how do you think that they summoned The strength the courage the fortitude to push forward even in the face of a massive wall a literal wall. I don't know where they found it. They probably don't know either but it was obviously very deeply seated and it had to do with their commitment to community commitment to family and their commitment to fairness so the the fight can be won on many fronts right in their battles that are one and some their loss and that wall is still standing. But i wonder in this broader war for equality in housing Fairness and housing. If your grandmother was some other victories because again the wall still there but in her fight in her pursuit for equality were there other victories. I'd say their ultimate victories because at the end of the day my grandparents my grandmother owned their own homes. They were in fact able to build homes. The wall was still there but they were able to advance that aspect of their dream and they were able to continue to be a contributing members of their communities their church communities at the community at large so ultimately your family left The eight mile neighborhood in detroit. Talk to us about how your family ended up leaving and why. My grandmother's dream was that they would have a home big enough to house. Everyone and then. Of course i came along. My brother came along and so they needed more room was one of the motivating factors the move to Longfellow to the boston. Edison area of detroit was something that for. Fill this lifetime goal of my grand mother's and allowed me to attend elementary school in an area that was at that point quite integrated and allowed me to turn a corner for my own personal development by being exposed to people and experiences that were different and the first time in my life. I recognize that my neighbors looked different. They were of different backgrounds of different ethnicities. But i think my grandmother was making a bigger statement with respect to her view of housing that integration was an important step toward helping society acknowledged that we could in fact live together comfortably and without conflict. Do you think that things should come down or you think it should stand as reminder where we've been my view is it should stand until the crumbles over time and i think it will crumble over time but i think the fact that the city has recognized it surrounded it with a park giving people an opportunity to see it so they can reflect on what it means. I think that's an important step. And i have to say my grandmother was six foot one a very significant presence. If you will. I didn't quite make it to six foot one. But i'm almost six feet and when i went to see the wall recently. I realized that i could look over that wall as an adult. I can look over and beyond that wall. I believe the wall symbolic we've been able to achieve great and significant improvements over time. You know i love would you. You said right there in the idea of this wall as an illusion towards the other many walls that are before us in america as black people but we are tall people with our backs erecting. We can see over that. I love the way that because at six foot tall your grandmother could see over.
"burwood" Discussed on Conversations
"The abc tv drama series wakefield takes place in a psychiatric hospital in the blue mountains just outside of sydney. The series is kind of like a fever dream mixed in with some startlingly realistic saints. Has you watch it. You might think it was the product of months and months of research and it is the series creator. Kristen dunphy has spent time in these institutions. are self. She's even written tv episodes while inside psychiatric care. Kristen dunphy has won awards for her work on the espn series east-west one abc's the straits and network ten's white color blue kristen's written for heartbreak high for wild side miss fisher's murder mysteries and gp but she's never written anything quite as personal as this crystal says. The central message of whitefield is that we're all bunkers. We all have our own forms of crazy that none of us is completely sign and it would be a boring old world if we were hi. Kristen high the character ivy. Who's in wakefield who's got a little baby and has postnatal depression and a couple of issues. How much of that is is. You'd quite a lot. I think this a little bit of main allure of the characters in wakefield. Rv is more specific. Yes i had personnel depression. So i was able to write i the very easily personnel depression. You suffered came after the birth of your son. Aiden he was your second child. What was different with. Your didn't really have a problem with my first child. I had an oversupply problem with breastfeeding. That didn't for the first child in flocks. But what happened with my second child. He developed reflux which was undiagnosed so he was screaming. Twenty four seven was turning himself inside out sort of screaming. Where are just remember. Feeling incredibly desperate both of us were my husband. And i and just unable to help this chart and we would go. J. pays and we got casualty and people were saying well you know. He's just a grizzly by he was always. He wasn't screaming the why he screamed at home. We take him in and then they'd say oh you know maybe a a nervous mom. It's my second child but by the time we got into a pediatrician. He was quite horrified. Instead this child's extremely unwell he's got very very bad ray fox in con- understand what looked at the obvious. Put him on medication and he said he should be turned around in awake. Well unfortunately by then. I had already started spiral. It was too late so he turned around in a week. But you weren't able to. We moved house in that way. It's just a bad coincidence. And we also both got rotavirus my son and i somehow and all these things compounded and are just completely collapsed. Felt like i couldn't function. I was just completely overwhelmed with anxiety and despair. I had a two year old. And i just couldn't function and i almost want you to protect her from seeing the state that i was in we under financial pressure at the time to. Yes we were and i guess all of this just compounded in may just sort of having a collapse in. I think the doctor recommended that could go into sin. John of god personnel unit in burwood. Resilient or something different from that..
The Smoking Tire
"burwood" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Let me know you gotta seventy-two gto automatic. It's got to be a real gto coop orange. Let me know could be love. Your like can't find one in. It's my only dream. I dream about it all the time. I only dream. I got a smart bird. I now have a Porsche cayenne turbo and a aston martin vanquish so the cayenne to order shit. Which with impartial world is a is. That's a problem you don't order stuff because you're left with what's on the lot. Which is what people ordered him. Didn't want when it arrived. He likes to show up on the lot and point at something and go that one. I'm i'm into instant gratification. So that's how you ended up with the weirdest cayenne turbo in history unique. It's fucking weird but that's why you can't find my gts with the cayenne. It's black owner espresso leather with the google factory aero kit and factory arrow to sport design wheels it then has the extended burl wood leather with contra burwood dash with contrast nice sacrifice really strange. It's going to be collected leather. Yeah it's really strange. But whatever but you're colorblind. I could see action. I can see the color of pu point. Faraz points young. Farah andy says. How would roger recommend someone rung below the c. suite at a small p. back venture address the c. suite about their missteps and failings how would a mid level manager tell a top level executive about bad things that are going on. Well if it's bad things going on in the company that's one answer if it's mistakes. They made and steps feelings. I think y- you know your question obviously points to the obvious which some c. suite people don't like to be told when they're wrong. I think if you build your case that's thoughtful and why given the choices this one is perhaps wrong and there are some other ways to go. What you wanna do is not just point out. What's wrong but point out ways to solve initiative. Yeah that that is a helpful conversation if it just comes across as a criticism as a critique its people don't like that to outside people would come to me with a problem or crisis and i would say so. Tell me how you think about this. Tell me what the choices were. Tell me how you got this one and and you know that's the basis of a conversation if you just wanna push a problem onto my desk. That's not very helpful. Yeah yeah We'll come back to some of these. Keep going down keep that it. Yeah okay well do these What is the most stressful job. You've had and how did you manage the stress. Not well i can say from home. Well i think we talked about a little earlier. this the will live in. God's turnaround was was quite difficult and When you're winding a broken business and undoing fraudulent balance sheets and you're trying to do it in the best possible way it. It's not easy to communicate it in. It's not easy to be the decision maker that has to make hard decisions. And it's you know that expression is lonely at the top is true. You're you're left with a lot of tough decisions and those people that go to jail or anything like that or is i mean it. Was there anything criminal about what they did or was it. They were fine as and they were. You know there was some you know bad stuff that went on but once i took over our job was to fix it move forward. Yeah good working in buzzy nece says working in an l. b. o. group the articles about the merger. Imagine we're talking about tiffany and lvmh seemed pretty interesting Any stories about dealing with investment bankers. They can be pretty clueless. you know. Investment banking is a very interesting profession because they get paid a percentage of the deal price no matter what where the banker with a lawyers and the accountants get paid by the hour so their goal is to drive the prices. High as possible as an acquirer. That's not a good thing as a seller. It's it is a pretty good thing so you were the seller in this case so in your benefit so their desire to help a transaction occur was a positive But in the end you know they're very good ones. They're very honorable ones and the ones i probably wouldn't do business with again and i think that's the range of any any But the amount of money they made on this transaction relative to the work they did was disproportionate Joe says what is the best simple advice you could give to a recent college grad ignorant to the world. What's up pretty. That's a pretty big tough question. Well i would combine a couple answers into be passionate about what you wanna do..
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"burwood" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"Right now. Tracy you say you do too. yeah. I don't even realise i'm doing it so well. Then how do you know. Because of the bruises and i also get the scratches to It's not consistent but it does it happen. I know that four facts. And i'll wake up and the and i'm extremely tired and Feel like Offering hit me. Yeah hey case. You need to chop clear because what you're doing if we can't understand you you're fading in and out to me you are it. Sounds like an next to you when you're talking so you both got to kind of Talking your phone better okay. Well we we can barely hear you as well. Wow i want role after this of here. Wow my fave block top messing up again. Then it's possible. Is this better. 'cause i'm right. Yeah the phone. I'm talking extra loud but when trees and and then if you're talking you're like in the background like top her or you're talking to me and i can hear you and our team here at the same time. No i'm saying yes okay anyway. Meanwhile back at the ranch as a Hotel we investigated in nebraska. One of the most active locations. That i've been to it's called the burwood hotel Disembodied voices full body apparitions and it was probably five or six different buildings upstairs all connected and it took a while to investigate when i win over the evidence and combine that with what we experience it was like. They were seeing us as the spirits. You coming through like we were haunting them. I it was really kind of a surreal realization so interest. It really got me thinking about you know this subject. How did they see us are they was like they were sitting there going through their everyday routine and we were the spirit someone through haunting mail. It really got me thinking back. Then i came back and and you know i really. I really wonder too how they see us now. I mean do they see us as how grants us as shadows do they see us in the form or in did.
BBC World Service
Egypt's organ traffickers: 'I woke up screaming'
"A BBC investigation into further exploitation of migrants migrants who are forced to sell organs such as kidneys. To pay for a passage to Europe senior gang member in North Africa told the BBC that nearly half of those who give up a kidney I never paid. The kidneys are mostly solved by African migrants and refugees who use the money. To pay people smugglers if, of course they get the money was also reports of people having organs removed against their will reporting on this trade, and it's a difficult listeners. You'd imagine Richard Bilton. It is an ancient city at the heart of a vile trade. Cairo one of the hopes for the illegal market in human flesh around the world, there is a shortage of transplant organs. Here. They're harvested from the poor. Migrants and refugees sell their kidneys to pay to get to Europe. Many a tripped like Asher, who says she was drugged and then operated on to protect her. Anonymity were using an actor. I found myself in a room with blood everywhere. The door was locked and I started kicking it. Then I called the police and they came and got me. They took me to the hospital there. They told me that my kidney had been removed. There are thought to be five million migrants and refugees in Cairo. These are the people that the gangs prey upon. We want to get to the criminals. It's difficult. This's a dangerous world, and Egypt is not a country that welcomes investigative reporters. We get a break through. One of the main gang leaders agrees to meet, he said. They're arranging between 20 and 30 illegal transplants a week. His words were spoken by an actor. It's busiest in the summer because kidney patients get sicker. They drink a lot of water because of the hot weather. We have a lot of work during that period from all over the world and the people who don't get paid with their promised. How do you feel about that? I give them their money of the people agree a price but never pay up after the surgery. Does this happen often about 40% of the cases globally between five and 10% of transplants are thought to use black market organs. That's thousands of illegal operations every year. It is lucrative for the criminals. There's no protection for the donor's Adnan Sharif is from doctors against forced organ trafficking. It's illegal. It's unethical. It is immoral. They're exploited for their organs. Some from May receive a very small financial remuneration. Something will receive absolutely nothing at all on this is exploitation and so form ofthe modern day slavery. The Egyptian government says it's one prays and approval internationally. For its strategy to eliminate this heinous crime. It's made arrests and says the illegal operations happen in private clinics and hospitals rather than government hospitals. This trade is worth millions of dollars and victims say rules they used against them. They have to sign forms, saying they're donating their organs for free, but this paperwork can be used to keep them quiet. He bought sold a kidney but was never paid. I found myself in the room after the surgery. I woke up screaming. I got so scared. I was screaming. This is wrong. You cheated me. People called the doctor and told him there's a patient you did surgery on and she wasn't paid. He took the documents I signed to a lawyer. So if I tell the police they comprise, prove I donated my kidney voluntarily. I made this mistake and I don't want another girl to make it. The Egyptian government denies he Burwood have been arrested. It says victims have the right to report these gangs without fear on its hotlines. And it has increased the maximum punishment for organized criminal gangs Toe life imprisonment. There is no shortage of desperate people tonight in Cairo. The latest victims are preparing to go under the knife. Human beings butchered for profit. Richard Bilton with that BBC investigation.
Rio Tinto CEO to leave over destruction of Indigenous sites
"It's not very often that shareholders of a big multinational company forced the resignation of a chief executive. But in the case of the global mining giant Rio Tinto, it seems they have shown Sebastian Jack is stepping down after an outcry over the destruction of sacred and archaeologically important aboriginal sites in western Australia. To ancient caves in pill Burwood blown up because they sat on top of millions of dollars of high grade on all well that sparked widespread condemnation from the shareholders and, indeed, the wider public. I've been speaking to Professor Marshall Langton. She's an aboriginal academic at the University of Melbourne. She's been telling me first of all why the sites was so significant. I thought the traditional property off a group of traditional Ainas in the Pilbara Everyone refers to the buy of the shorthand P k. K p So they are extremely important religious sites. They haven't had much of an opportunity to explain to the public why they are so important to them. Although they have been a few statements in the media. They've said that they had broken they regard. This is a tragedy for all of their people before the destruction, they wanted to take their young people to these sites. And they were also of deep on through biological. And while archaeological significance as well, when they yes. Oh, they found evidence that dates human occupation of these caves to 46,000 years ago. This is during the place to say this is, you know very early on in the history of human Occupation off this continent and, you know, travels across the globe. And then I found a human hair bills and they were able to extract and I the dyke I'm in at many, thousands of years, and the interesting thing about that discovery is that the present I traditional Ainas. Are the direct descendants of those people, They say areas where off world heritage status so our Rio Tinto able to destroy them in that, such for Arnold They applied some years ago to the western Australian government under the western Australian cultural heritage eject And the minister readily granted it to them because the state of Western Australia is entirely dependent on mining rules ease. And so as far as I know, no minister in the western Australian government has ever refused a mining company. P. K. K P people tried to object, but there's no right of appeal under the legislation once the ministers might a decision, how surprised are you then? That Rio Tinto's chief executive has resigned as he said they've bean many sites in the past that have been destroyed, with little consequence for for the mining companies. But not this time. Why is that? Well, there are two reasons. I'm the first one is that in the past the indigenous land use agreements were drafted in such a way that the traditional Ainas were able to be consulted regularly and have a sigh in their cultural heritage on mining leases and really tinto quite a few years ago. Had very good Ray Shane for implementing those agreements with the Aboriginal Tradition alliance. But what Jack has done in the years that he was CEO was got that staff workforce body of expertise. And culture off, you know, operating values, and he removed all of the experts eh removed the cultural values from the company. He removed the commitment to working closely with traditional Ainas to retain the the company's Social Lawson's too upright, And that is one of the primary reasons for the other negligence that has led to The destruction of the sites has there also being a sort of cultural change in Australia as regards to the protection of these sorts of places? Yes, so many sites have been protected both by mining companies and governments. And also, for instance, you will know that the old route was closed to climates last year, and there has been a community change. Under the reconciliation action plans devised by corporations, universities associations and approved by reconciliation, Australia. People might commitments to treat aboriginal people with respect and to trait average on people's cultures with respect. The destruction of the caves was like the blowing up the Buddha statue Aryan it's on that scale of cultural heritage destruction. And it's you know, quite shocking to may that that Jack and Nevan and soul spray who will resigned had no comprehension off the gravity of what they had