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"cambone" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"cambone" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Of everyday we stake in this hospital out night after night. All these Children In shock. Long holiday weekend not over Yet. News is next. But first we checked the WLS Weather Channel forecast. Enjoy the weather today. Storms in for tomorrow sunny and warm out there today. 81 this afternoon clear overnight 63 Cold front, bringing afternoon evening storms Tuesday, some of which could be strong to even severe highs. Middle to upper eighties cooler in behind the front Wednesday, a mix of clouds and sunshine upper seventies 61 at O'Hare 62 Midway 67 at the Lake Meteorologist Cambone from the weather Channel WLS am 8 90 with another update in 30 Minutes. At least seven Children have been injured in a four year old boy was killed in separate shootings across Chicago Saturday night and early into Sunday morning. Michael Moultrie, a four year old boy shot twice in the head Friday, around nine PM when bullets fired on the outside of his Woodlawn neighborhood home in the 6500 block of South Ellis flew in through an open window. He was taken to cover Children's hospital are going straight through the one straight to the bedroom. They're targeting the Children. 280 miners have been shot so far this year. 35 of them have died across Chicago. So far this weekend, at least 47 people were shot to have died. Far from kicking back at a picnic this labor day, a lot of people finding a clean up to do these are victims of Hurricane Ida from Louisiana all the way up to New Jersey on Joseph, Can you tell us property in Saint James Parish, Louisiana, The cleanup is just getting underway and there is no end in sight. I would say probably two or three months to get things looking a little better and like they should be, which is fine with his wife, Kathleen, in the hours after the storm. All the neighbors cut together and said a rosary in thanks. We didn't think we'd have our lives. That's not everyone. Despite the damage, they both came through without a scratch. Jim Ryan ABC news and We have word that President.

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"cambone" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"cambone" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Tropical depression will move back across southern New England today, possibly resulting in renewed flooding from scattered showers, Thunderstorms and torrential downpours. Also an isolated, brief tornado can't be ruled out, says National Weather Service meteorologist Kristi Smith. In Boston. However, you want to reiterate that it is an isil. Wait a chance. First tornado, So it's not a significant ships. Are there flood watches up? And if so, where? Yes, there are flood watches. In effect for western Massachusetts, Western County, West eastern Massachusetts, is not currently in a flood watch. This is in effect until eight p.m. this evening. And what about the wind? No longer a factor? No, The winds have decided significantly since only made landfall and you may have some guys probably 15 to 20 miles an hour for most people. I'm Laurie curbing. Now. W RKO traffic from the my pillow dot com Traffic center. It's slow on both sides of the expressway by the Braintree split, so some brake lights in and out there. Three South is slow at the Derby Street Lane Drop crash being cleared and wear him 25 westbound at 1 95 stay right to get by down there. Pike's looking good with no backups are okay in the upper and lower ends of 1 28 Good ride on 4 95 Route three towards New Hampshire. Looking good from Burlington Up the national I'm Dave Gardner and the W RKO Traffic Center. Are you ready for fall, But your house isn't luckily, lows has what you need and the prices. You want to get your front yard backyard every yard ready to host this season gardening and grilling and leaf blowing starts at Lowe's. Now the W RKO Weather channel forecast expression on removing slows across southern New England as we head through this afternoon and tonight moving offshore tomorrow rain possible force here this afternoon with heavy rain possible later on. This evening and into tonight Upper seventies this afternoon 71 tonight an early shower possible Tuesday. Otherwise, we'll start out cloudy but will end up Sonny. It'll be warmer tomorrow highs in the upper eighties. Hot as we head through Wednesday Thursday, mostly sunny skies, temperatures both afternoons reaching highs in the low part of the nineties again for the rest of this afternoon and tonight Tropical depression on removing through southern New England will keep a chance of rain in through tonight. Meteorologist Cambone from the Weather Channel on the Voice of Boston. Am 6 80. W. R. K O CBS ion veterans presented by University of Maryland Global campus. Special forces veteran Jack Murphy deployed.

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"cambone" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"cambone" Discussed on WJR 760

"Forecast straight shower two possible this afternoon. Otherwise mix of clouds and sun warmer highs in the low to mid eighties 70 Tonight Warmer Tomorrow partly cloudy. Much better chance for storms late tomorrow afternoon and into tomorrow night, some with strong winds. Heavy rain upper eighties from the weather Channel meteorologist Cambone on the stock. 7 60 wjr. The guy Gordon show 7 60, double our Detroit I remember so well being at CMU from from the mid seventies 1980 a way that inflation influenced even at our lives at that time, But it was saving up for spring break whether was paying for books, but it was paying your tuition, whatever it was Every year. Dear God, Your money was worth 10 to 15% less than it was the the prior year, Depending on what you were paying for what? It was gas in the car so you could get home to see the folks. It intruded in every part of your life. And the sad thing is is that's a time of your life when you're supposed to be building good financial habits, and it eroded our our confidence in the system because the monetary system was so screwed up. You know why save If the money in your pocket is going to be worth, you know, 567% less next year than it is now. Mean spent live for today, Go ahead and spend because it's all you know, And and that is what Patrick Anderson was talking about. When he talks about inflation psychology. It will hurt your savings rate. It will hurt your rate of investment. It can hurt the stock market because people are just going to be spending the money and they're not going to have as much to save. Uh, it is an incredibly nefarious thing. Let's get to David in Detroit. I'm going to have I know you've got a comment, and then I got a question for you, pal. How you doing? It's been a long time. You've been good. I'm trying to be good. Well, you know, we've talked about this in the past, and I know that you know that I've been a kind of a student of Austrian economics and hard money. And the understanding that really money should be a result of the creation and expansion of productivity and the labor that supports the productivity and savings. Instead, we've got a system of You know, debt based currency. A continuous expansion of debt and debt does not beget wealth. And so even though you might have been creative economist The way they do the computing with CP and changing figures and doing what George Bush used to call buddy math, even though all that has happened throughout the past several decades, and it's hid the fact that we have a very sick economy. Um, this has not changed in almost 100 years since 1913 actually over 100 years, um, with the with the creation of the Federal Reserve Act and the ability to print money, Fractional reserve banking and all of it. So I'm well, you could argue was also Bretton Woods. When we came off the gold Standard, David, there was nothing backing up the dollar that you have in your pocket. Absolutely, And here's my problem. I really think politicians need to have a basic understanding of economics, since they are spending our money, and if you don't have that basic understanding, it's very easy to get suckered in. To these deals where you're voting on something you think is good for the people and it winds up being very bad for the people may not may not be this year, but down the road, so I really think that would help. And go a long way. But my comment with this what happens to the municipalities that got all this free money? And they start spending that money. What happens to not only the municipalities, um, their level of debt in the future, But all of us who will now have to pay those taxes to make up for that to pay that back because, like the city of Detroit, for example, got a lot of money from this last bit of covid relief. What happens when all that money gets spent artificially into the system? See, I don't see the spending of it as being the nefarious part of this. The nefarious part is the federal government is going to print money to cover the debt for the money that they gave to Detroit. That's the That's the part of this. That is bad. It's the monetizing the debt and expanding the money supply. Um, the city spending is going to have some stimulative effects, which could lead to bigger tax receipts down the road. But it's all going to be devalued by the point that the federal government Uncle Sam is going to expand the money supply and to value those very dollars that they're giving out. Right? Exactly well, and I agree with your point, but I'm simply saying the end result of the nefarious activity is that people get hurt. Yeah, and and all components of that The result is all of these people who claim to be about for the people putting people back in charge and all of this stuff. They're winding up hurting people, even even to the extent that you have representatives like to leave that's out there talking about, um, you know, minting to $1 Trillion coin Platinum coins, right? As if by magic and then and then borrowing against them, Okay, or you've got a precious metal that you've thrown in there. But you lose me when you say that the government has the power to create money. It does not. It has the power to coin money and regulate the value pair up. We create the wealth. We, the people, you and I, and so these people in government don't I'm sorry. Go ahead. Well, there's a difference between creating money and creating value When you create money, you reduce value. Exactly. Yeah, I got to ask you a question. I know you're very active in party politics, and this is a piece of breaking news. We're sharing with our audience. And I would bet you've already heard it. The Michigan GOP executive director, one of the top three people in the GOP Jason Road, just resigned today. He is.

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"cambone" Discussed on Gugacast

Gugacast

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"cambone" Discussed on Gugacast

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"cambone" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"cambone" Discussed on WJR 760

"Saturday from the Weather Channel meteorologist Cambone on the stock. 7 60 wjr. You're hearing the Paul W. Smith Show News Talk 7 60, W. J. R 6 21 and Dave Rigger is in for an Thomas and Thomas on first grandma duty and loving it. From what? I can see the pictures I have seen. Uh, on instagram and elsewhere, uh, and and have been practicing all their life for this position, and I'm sure doing Good job with it. I think the figure David, it's like 117 to 120,000. I don't have the exact figure. Of just DTE energy customers that are are without power. We are trying to reach them to get someone to speak with us. And as you can imagine, they're kind of busy. Over there, But we're doing what we can to get as much information is that about Is that the number you're hearing about? 117 120,000? Yeah, said that at one point yesterday, there was more than 136,000 people at one point without power access yesterday so They're working to. And then you've got we can here at the Fisher building. We have the windows open in the studio here and we can hear the wind. Flying by Um, so there's another storm that's coming. Oh, that's that's not good news. You've got the windows open because you still don't have power for conditioning. No, no, We have air conditioning here. We just We just have the windows Open here in the studio for a little bit of a cross breeze and Brian and I can hear the wind just howling by and it's raining. So, um, I hear the play by play with Brian in the background. Yeah, it's raining now. Exactly. So we don't need the rain. We don't need no stinking wind. So, uh, Man. Oh, man, Um Well, hang in there, boy. Keep saying you guys deserve hazardous duty pay, but a lot of people do with the things the way they have been. Me look for a positive a positive story on the front page of the Detroit News, at least online because my papers for whatever reason are getting here later and later, but Metro Detroit's teens in high demand for summer jobs. So as all these companies try to staff up Getting kids many times in their first time job, so they haven't been pained being paid not to work yet. They're they're It's kind of going to be, uh, the world will be their oyster, so to speak. They're going to have a lot of opportunity for some jobs right now. That is for sure. Still get the stories that just don't make sense. This one has to do with teens, A group of high school students is being blamed for the cancellation of an entire flight. To the Bahamas. Was an American Airlines plane getting ready to depart from Charlotte. Some of the students in the group reportedly decided not to wear their masks and you know by now, if you've flown lately, that's the announcement that comes through Please. Where? Your mask Federal mandate. Let's not argue. Let's everybody mask up. You knew it before you got on the plane. Let's do it. Well, they didn't do it. And so apparently there was a I can't imagine an argument, but they went back and forth. For hours fighting with these kids to wear their masks. So then the flight was canceled The flight to Nassau, all those people on the plane. Going to the Bahamas punished because of some high school students. No one was arrested. At least thus far. That's what we've been told. So that's very bizarre. I don't have you heard any of the details any more details about that. I have not. I am not. Um, but I can only imagine with as much as you fly. Have you ever encountered Been on a flight where it has been delayed or cancelled due to an incident on a flight. I've never been very fortunate now that I say this my next flight out get I'll have the problem. Have not. I have not experienced that and I do fly quite a bit have flown quite a bit, but I have not experienced that. I'm not gonna hear about it a lot. I don't quite understand why, if you know, going in ahead of time that these are the rules that What you think you're going to accomplish by trying to fight the rule. I just I don't understand what it is that they think that they're going to accomplish by this. I don't know. Uh, they get a mention in the newspaper and on the radio, I guess, but I mean, that's that's if that's their fame. They're barking up the wrong tree because it's that's becoming infamous for stuff like that. On the big story that we've been watching now for a while. The rescue efforts at the collapsed condo building and Surfside. Shifting and I got to tell you I've never seen Them take longer to make the very difficult decision to go from rescue to recovery, But Now. Uh huh. Wisely. And, sadly, they have shifted to pure recovery efforts. The Miami Dade assistant fire chief Telling families that That it would be Next to impossible to find people alive something I'm afraid I felt right away in any of us who saw the way the building pancaked. We were holding on to all those stories in the past. Oftentimes in third World countries where buildings collapse more often than they do not supposed to be collapsing. But then they do. And They collapse where there are pockets of of air and pockets of places people could be. But this thing pancaked I mean, really pancaked. And so As of yesterday, at least 18 additional victims found in the wreckage. Over the last 24 hours, then bringing the death total to 54. There's that still nearly nearly 100 still missing. I don't Yeah, it says it, says 86 people remain still unaccounted for. And, uh, You can only hope that The remains can be found and and turned over to families to grieve. The way that you need and want to grieve at a time like this. Of course, there is great fear that that will not happen. Had they actually found out what caused it. I know that I had read articles about concrete, and there was a contractor who was complaining about Like two days before that. He was worried that this was going to happen with the with it being unstable pictures of it minutes before it collapsed with water pouring like through the building down into the parking structure. Am I have no idea, but I'm going to say it will be as it is always when there's a catastrophic issue or problem.

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"cambone" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"cambone" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Producer and director J. J. Adams is 55 former Senator Kelly Ayotte, 53 more on these stories at town hall dot com. Hot and human Force here today. Clouds this morning We look for sunshine to mix in as we head through the day today like south to Southwest Breeze Low nineties forced this afternoon fair to partly cloudy skies Tonight temperatures overnight into low to mid seventies. It'll be hotter and more humid. Tomorrow mix of clouds and sunshine Monday loaded mid nineties are heat index up around or even over 100 Monday afternoon. Sunny skies Hot Tuesday. Slight chance for late day showers and storms mid nineties. I'm meteorologist Cambone at the Weather Channel for talk radio. 6 80 w. CBM, The principal retirement group specializes in a safe and secure retirement. Did you know there are four steps you can take right now? To increase your retirement income number one. Maximize your Social Security benefits number two. Eliminate fees Number three. Reduce your taxes and number four eliminate losses. We do this every day for our clients Give us a call at 8889795995888. 9795995 have you ever considered a career in radio ad sales today? Radio career opportunities include Internet streaming Web analysis, podcasting event and consumer sales, just to mention a few increase your confidence, knowledge and marketing sales with radio don't know anything about at sales. No worries. If you've got the spark or a people person and had the desire to succeed in like then this is the job for you. Send your resume today to business Manager wcbm dot com Wcbm studio is sponsored.

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"cambone" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"cambone" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"More than 500. Democratic staffers and former members of President Biden's campaign team have now signed an open letter They are calling on the president to unequivocally condemn Israel amid the recent conflict with Hamas. The letter includes list of five demands that Biden is requested to make of the Israeli government, which would be beneficial to the Palestinians. Will Americans who are not fully vaccinated are more likely to go out to restaurants and other venues than those who have gotten their covert 19 shots. Reporter Sara Cheney. Cambone joins host Jair Whalen to explain what's behind the difference in spending habits. So right now vaccine and people are just as one analyst said, proceeding with cautious optimism. They're still going out more than they used to. They're just not going out as much as people who aren't vaccinated, which has been one of the case throughout this crisis. Even before vaccines were available, people who aren't vaccinated tended to go out more and just kind of live. Wife is normally so We are seeing some economic recovery, but I would expect that people have been vaccinated would be more cautious, right? I mean, that's just that's a from a behavioral standpoint. Yeah, just as the psychology maybe s O, who do, financial analysts say are helping Dr local economies this group of people that are not vaccinated and don't plan to get the vaccine. For whatever reason that could be considered anti vaxxers. They could be people who got Overhead and feel they don't need to get the vaccine etcetera. That group of people is the group that has been going out and spending the most money on these in person services for the last several months, So if many of them are not shopping or dining in person, what are vaccinated people doing their spending a lot online, especially relative to not vaccinated people. It seems online spending actually continues to Account for a higher share of overall spending and more vaccinated states than in less vaccinated states. And maybe staying at home and cooking. Yeah, they might be doing them. They might not, You know, feel totally safe As of yet, But the reporter Sara Cheney. Cambone says she does not expect this trend a laugh. So as the vaccine rollout progresses and hopefully covet cases go down more and the guidance from the CDC changes and becomes looser than analysts expect. Vaccinated people will be out a lot more this summer. And they are now I think there are a lot more now than they were a week ago. Oh, I agree. I agree. And you know, there's some goodness. We reported it earlier this out of the Washington University School of Medicine in ST Louis. They have research that now shows even if you had a mild case of covet. You've got antibodies for life, they think, Oh, natural, not even vaccine in trouble. Natural antibiotics if you had even a mild case, So that's the new research that's coming out this morning on the op ed piece from a major researcher UCSF in the San Francisco Chronicle this morning, saying she doesn't believe we're gonna need booster shots. Yeah. So, you know, perhaps I mean, things are going to come out and research continues to be done. And what was studying this forever. But those were encouraging encouraging aspect this morning. Sure are 6 50 is the time every 10 minutes..

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"cambone" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"cambone" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"cambone" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"cambone" Discussed on KTRH

"Texas sheriff's deputies will not be forgotten after being shot to death in the line of duty habit, calling last night's killing and Contra County senseless, saying it's a solemn reminder of the risks. Law enforcement officers take shooting happened last night and Eden that's about 160 miles northwest of Austin. The gunman is now in custody. Cyber security experts not surprised that a giant oil and gas pipeline was shut down due to a computer hack Texas and I'm Steve Cambone says. There is a trend of bad guys targeting critical infrastructure. There are state and non state actors out there who do nothing but look for those vulnerabilities. That's what they do. Former undersecretary of defense for intelligence, says that this should be a wake up call for the nation. Cyber defense, he says, has been neglected. At the same time, Ransomware attacks have stepped up during Cove it with hackers going after businesses, schools and city computers. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy announcing Republicans will vote to recall Liz Cheney conference here tomorrow. The California Republican said the letter party leadership cannot afford to be distracted because the stakes are just too high to come up short. President Biden pushing for more covert vaccinations across the U. S, hosting a virtual chat with a bipartisan group of governors by and said he wants to see a serious step toward normalcy By July 4th. He noted ongoing positive trends on reducing new cases of the Corona virus, along with hospitalizations and deaths. President said his administration now working hard to make it easier to get vaccinated. Dallas Cowboys remaining the world's most valuable sports franchise. Forbes magazine released their rankings this week with Dallas valued at $5.7 billion. That's up more than 3% from 2020. The New York Yankees were ranked second at 5.25 billion, while the New York Knicks were at five billion. About administration wants update the legal definition of a firearm to include ghost guns so they can be traced during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, Republican Senator Ted Cruz claimed the homemade guns aren't widely used in violent crime Department of Justice asked violent criminals Where'd you get their guns? Zero? Said. It was a so called ghost guns. Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal countered. There are clear metrics that link ghost guns to crime, and that is the point on traceability. Yes, President Biden has renewed calls for measures to curb gun violence, which he calls a public health crisis. Rachel Sutherland boxes. Thank you, Rachel. That Senate hearing on gun violence going on in a Senate committee Astros looking to rebound against the Angels at Minute Maid Park tonight, the on deck show starts at six o'clock on sports Talk. 7 90. You can hear the game right here it on Ktrh, beginning at seven. Quick check of the markets. Dow Up 70 down. 500 points, NASDAQ Down S and P 500 down crude oil,.

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"cambone" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"cambone" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"cambone" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"cambone" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"cambone" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"cambone" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Yeah we'll thank you for that question and it's a very good one because when i graduated from journalism Many years ago. I never thought i would be working as a financial reporter. I wasn't you know wasn't i always thought i would be covering more politics So i never thought i'd be going into business journalism but add of out of journalism school. I one of the first gigs i was offered was to be reporter Inman shell where. I was living at the time for a magazine called magazine. Finance was a french paper that came with lopez. Which is a newspaper here in montreal and i was covering the insurance and banking sector and canada's and i fell in love with business then moved to rome and was covering business and politics there and when came back to north america after had my fill of europe Kit co called me and they were looking to start some sort of me. The permit was kit coat news at the time and i remember going in for the interview and being asked what do you know about goal and i was honest and i said well to be honest. Nothing i didn't even know how was price dr paul and he said well. Are you willing to learn. And i said absolutely this is why went into journalism because you have to be prepared to cover a variety of topics and you just never know what it will be. I never thought it would be gold But i i had some mentors at the time that i learnt are still mentors to me today. That taught me really everything. I know about the industry but i'm still learning every day. I mean i've been covering gold now for twelve years But it's been a long road. And i remember another thing. They told me said the crowd that follows gold is very particular like are you prepared at. I could've never understood that statement at the time. Now i do. Gold is such a niche market and working now on wall street and i always get a lot of negativity actions. Like oh you gold. I mean they're still not this acceptance of But on the other side of the equation there are a group of people and it's a lot of people. a globally. I mean kickoff. Has one million viewers per day on their site. So there's a lot of people who love gold and it almost like a religion to them. They love their gold. Well there's no excuse me there's been a challenge a little bit in more recent years and tell me about how when you discovered or started hearing about it and you had to do some reporting and interviews on the crypto currencies the crypto currencies. And i was. I remember the first time i heard about bitcoin. I was out of show called freedom fast. That happened in las vegas many years ago. And i'm thinking what the heck is this. Bitcoin and i was so to cover it. And i can't believe how far we've come and what i'm hearing from a lot of sources Especially bully dealers. Were now seeing people. You know cash out of gold and want to buy bitcoin which is not something. I advise but That we're seeing this momentum. I mean there's your look at the price action that we're seeing bitcoin. Everyone wants in on that so we are seeing a transfer of fun especially of gold. Etf's moving into the bitcoin. Etf's here you know when you get in a business like this as reporters are investors or per people. They're always fascinated. I'm fascinated with charts. You know How you look at these charts in what they're predicting. And which way are they going and is a fascinating game. But if you look at Let's say somebody looks at the bitcoin just to the chart but doesn't have a whole lot of background hasn't been biased..

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"cambone" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"cambone" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"The low forties. New Year's Day. Partly cloudy mid forties. WB AP News Somebody wrong with just Cambone at the Weather Channel. 6 22 a W B A P. Now going through this list of the 20 most horrifying moments in the media this year, 17 on the list that we'll skip through some of these real quick media Downplaying Cove in 19, but the number 16 on the list Media Overhyping Cove in 19. You know, And and they quote Dr Sanjay Gupta, saying that President Trump was so disrespectful for saying Don't let covert dominate your life. Everyone should be afraid of Cove ID. You know, just that narrative that's been Rampant 15 and 14 go together number 15 peaceful protests that were violent and 14 violent protests that were peaceful. Remember, during all the joy when things were getting burned and destroyed in the streets and saying all these these peaceful protests that air writing to see here, just peaceful protest ng hairs one I'm sure will remember from. I believe this was the summer. Uh, quick to judge what was considered racist, horrifying, racist incident marring NASCAR's reopening at the Talladega Superspeedway and Alabama, where a noose was found in bubble. Wallace's garage stall NASCAR saying it is outrage now, this is 13 on the list because it was after investigating the door pull. It was the pole to the garage door. But everyone ran with that really quickly. That was amazing. FBI sent 15 agents to investigate a garage door handle the bubble Wallace thought was a news. But they can't seem to find any reason. Investigate a host of election era regular right exactly. Let's run down to bubble Wallace's garage. That might be the point of the morning, Stevie. Here's number 12, where this one I don't know how this happened. But this was MSNBC Sunday anchor Allison Morris. With maybe the Freudian slip of the year. It seems like he was just the kind of athlete the kind of store that was perfectly cast on the Los Angeles Los Angeles Lakers computer. If I could ask you to stay with us, we're gonna go. That was when Kobe Bryant died in January. And she said the Los Angeles and Yeah, instead of Lakers, how does that even I mean, I have no idea and I could. No, it's one of those where when you hear the original, you're like did that Did she just or does it sound like it? And I listen to it several times to see if I even need to put the beef. You got to put the be pissed because it's not just like l accidentally turns into anything like the word you know it's there. She Alison the Morris on MSNBC. Wow. Yeah, that was back in January on. Here's one more. We might have to do the rest of this list. A little later. One more, though, before we get a break. Uh, remember this from Chris Matthews? Getting Tim Scott confused. Let's just take a listen to me. I see a standing next to the guy you're gonna be right there. Maybe maybe maybe Lizzie Graham, who's got something, Jamie Scott. Is that those times got? Hey, I'm saying, Oh, it's said to the other side. What am I saying? Big mistake. Mistaken identity, sir. I'm sorry. Tell me how you're gonna be done. Let's see that everybody knows.

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"cambone" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"cambone" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"10 Minutes. News radio 6 10 W. Look like today more rain around. Yes, I like it. Let's check that out with the Weather Channel meteorologist this morning, Cambone. Good morning, Kent. Morning, Jimmy, You're right. More rain forest. I think that'll be the trend here at least over the next 48 hours that we have a stalled frontal boundary across South Florida. A lot of moisture in place, And as a result, we're gonna continue to be on again off again. Showers and storms here. As we head through the next couple of days, Even on Sunday, we could see some storms. We do have a flood watch that continues through Sunday evening. The big issue is we get the point really see the storm's over and over in the same areas, And if we do, it was the possibility that we could see some flooding in low lying and poor drainage area import training area, So that's certainly something to keep in mind right now, Radar. Most of the activity offshore. But we will have some showers and storms this morning with more later on this afternoon, but of course watch for some period of heavy downpours with some of those storms mid upper eighties this afternoon. Mid seventies tonight. Sounds good to me. Thanks. Can't talk to you next hour. See that already? Thanks to President Trump tweeted early this morning that he and the first lady Melania Trump. It tested positive for the Corona virus. The news came hours after it was reported that they were awaiting test results. After letting that one of the president's top aides hope Hicks had tested positive and was experiencing some symptoms that we're told the president and Melanie are asymptomatic at this time. I don't know how long it takes to figure out if they're.

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"cambone" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"cambone" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Closing of banks, bus lines and laundromats the circulation of coins has been widely impacted. Mark Malard, ABC News residents of the Desert Southwest or dealing with Extreme heat this weekend, the high temperature in Phoenix today expected to reach 115 degrees. Leslie Bowl reports. An excessive heat warning is now in effect because of the hottest weather in the Valley Inn three years the excessive heat warning will remain in effect until 8 p.m. Monday, the National Weather Service tweeted a warning for residents recommending that people avoid strenuous activity. Seek cool shelter, check on loved ones and drink before thirsty to stay hydrated. I'm Leslie Bowl. NBC NEWS radio in sports NHL owners and players yesterday, approving an agreement to resume the season with games scheduled to begin August 1st in Toronto and Ed Minton hears Owuor Weather Channel forecast mix of clouds and sunshine here this afternoon. Breezy and warm, widely scattered showers and storms possible highs in the mid eighties. Low seventies Tonight, rather hot tomorrow. What's the Sunshine Sunday highs around 90 scattered showers and storms Monday, mid eighties meteorologist Cambone next news. At five breaking news at once. Start your day with Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning. Six Till 10 weekdays. I'm David Folk. Thomas on 7 10 W. O R an NBC News radio station. The following is a paid program W ars airing of this programme constitutes neither an endorsement of the products offered or the ideas expressed. Welcome to the nouveau fat loss system. Welcome to the N J. Diet Fat loss System show Dr T here with Marina Hello. We are, of.

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"cambone" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"cambone" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"cambone" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

10:28 min | 3 years ago

"cambone" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And he taught us his approach to building trust with people and bringing love into the workplace they'll camp bell was an American football coach who went on to some of the biggest names in Silicon Valley. But what can high-performance sports teach the world of business? I tracked a numbers of the people that played when I played in virtually every one of them that left Tennyson either went into business if they went into business, they became multimillionaires. That's all here in business. Daily from the BBC. Steve jobs. Larry page says brings Sheryl Sandberg there will big names in Silicon Valley. All of them associated with successful big tech firms, well, less well-known, is that they also shared the same mental a former American football. Coach Bill Cambone camp. Camp out was no household name he would behind the scenes. He didn't like the spotlight but many of silicon valley's leading figures, will readily admit that they owe a huge debt. Here's a snippet of Bill Campbell. Speaking on Fox News back in twenty eleven my I always say this, I have five more people for attitude and behavior than I ever have for performance. You've got to have that really care about the outcome the total outcomes the outcome. Well Bill can't build died several years ago, but two of Google's top executives are intent on keeping his legacy alive. When it comes to management style so much. So they've written a book about him called the trillion dollar coach. You says Eric Schmidt, the former chairman of Google and Jonathan Rosenberg. A former senior vice president of products at Google them both remain advisers to the company. They spoke to my colleague at Butler, Eric Schmidt. I in Google case John Doerr, who had recruited me to, to the, this one thousand one called me up and said, I'd like you to have Bill be your coach. And I said, I don't need a coach. I mean, after all on a big cheese, I have all this experience. I have all these young people running around I know exactly what to do. And he said, no, no. He'd be helpful. I said, no, no. I don't really need to coach, you know, I'm like, you got me, you got all the expertise. I don't really need to listen to somebody else. Plus, I have all these young people have to deal with. And so, John said to tennis players have coaches and I said. Yes, they do but thinking about it for a bit. Well, the tennis players are better than the coaches and John sensing an opportunity to pounds, said, coaching is different. And at that point, I realized he was right. And he had an argument, so then I met with Bill, and it was very clear. They Bill would help me personally, as well as the corporation and from that moment, there was no question we ultimately had Bill participate in our staff, meetings, he helped manage the board. He was doing. We found out later exactly the same thing at apple at exactly the same time. Wow. At the same time at the same time as well as at Intuit and at Twitter and a number of other companies that's almost scary that one guy, literally there in the highest room. All of these presumably, potential rivals. Well, in fact, this is why we call him a trillion dollar coach. He is by far the most successful coach in history. It's probably two trillion dollar coach and as a American football coach. He wasn't that successful. But there was something about the skills of coaching identification of talent motivation of people that was needed and to amplify Jonathan's point. Remember that, these companies are run by impossibly young people. They're certainly incredibly talented talented, but they don't necessarily know everything. But they all think they do their engineers, or tech technology, people or analytical in one way. So perhaps they're optimized in, in one way and they're not so good in others, but nobody's perfect Bill was not an engineer. And in most of these companies built didn't weigh in on the strategy or the tactics. And in fact, he was famously quoted where he would come into product managers at Intuit when he was running things, and he would tell them don't go. Order the engineers around telling them what to do. Bill really appreciated. The fact that engineers who are presented with a problem can build a product that solves the problem. And he wanted the product managers to share the market data share the customer's needs, but not dictate in a product plan, what the engineers should build. No longer with us. He passed away in two thousand sixteen and I guess he'd he'd moved on anyway by that stage. How has Google moved on without him. Well, I'd say we miss him every day. And the company is done fine. But the lessons that he taught are still applicable. Whenever you face a problem. Bill would say is figure out who the knowledgeable, people are people that the best thinking and put them in charge of making a recommendation and make that decision to do in timely fashion. I think these lessons are, are time variant do other startups nowadays have countries in the same way there are many who have asked for a Bill coach. But there we've only found one Bill Campbell and he's no longer with us Bill level, coach, one of our arguments in the book is that you may not be able to find Bill Campbell, but you may be able to adopt some of his principles in your own corporation. And this generation of start ups are under impossibly higher pressure than we were the amount of time that's required and the number of losses shareholder pressure. The investor pressure. Everything's a pressure cooker just because it's the more crowded more crowded world. And because the internet has made time time became shorter, right? You have note you're always late, and there's always a competitor. It's much tougher than it was twenty fifteen or even ten years ago. And so there's a tendency in that kind of pressure cooker situation to precisely violate those principles. Which were the human, I the feelings, I the sort of personal motivation. I and so what we hope we'll do is people will read this book, and we'll actually say, I need to take ten minutes before I have this big argument over this product to talk to the person about who they are what they aspire to after all they can always quit. I suppose one extra thing. One loss thing to say about what Bill was managing. It was a big team. I mean, Google was always a multi-player team at the highest level, right? It was being run by several people, and perhaps it always needed. One guy standing back looking at the bowl and how they related to each other. Well, that was the role that he played, and one of the reasons that he strongly espoused maintaining a functional organization, all the way until we were forty fifty billion dollars in revenue, which most people thought was not possible. Bill would show up in that meeting and what he would teach is the each of the functional heads, Iran product management. We had somebody who Allen used this who ran engineering. We had somebody else who runs. Marketing and HR you come into that room and you take your functional off. And you put the company had on and Bill would observe the people in the room, while Eric was running the meeting. And after the meeting if he saw you failed to put your company hat on or put your team ahead of another team he would correct you. And I think in a fast moving collaborative environment. That's even more critical and that's the type of environment that you have in the valley and here when he arrived at Google was still at a time when it felt like a startup it was very much a roster arrive. The company had essentially, no cash revenue was growing very, very quickly. But the company was expanding very quickly. He showed up at around tutoring, fifty employees. When you have a coach who's an evangelist for courage as we refer to him in the book. It's much, much easier to be open to taking on much, much more aggressive challenges, and I think that's something that we still have today. I think the other thing that we have is in some of the newer and more innovative areas we still have small teams and we believe that small teams can do great things. So as we've grown some of the teams have necessarily become larger, but many of the more innovative team still looked like they did when we were a startup. Jonathan Rosenberg Fulmer, senior vice president of products at Google. Eric Schmidt, the former chairman of Google. Speaking to my colleague, Ed Butler at also spoke to them about Google's increasing dominance and accusations of the search engine is now actively a monopoly, and we'll be broadcasting that part of as interview with them in a business daily edition coming up next week. So say stay tuned for that. It's worth bearing in mind that there is a recognized overlap between sportsmanship and business. Take doctor Allen, folks. He was a world class tennis player in the nineteen sixties in one thousand nine hundred seventy s at one point he ranked number four and the United States these days, he works as a broadcaster, writer, and lecturer, tennis at the time was not a not a professional sport. Will there was a professional sport to it? But it was small all the big tournaments Wimbledon so forth. We're amateur. And so all of us were going to go do something else run a business, or become a lawyer or what have you. And I tracked a numbers of the people that played when I played and virtually every one of them that left Tennyson either went into business if they went into business, they became multimillionaires virtually down to the last. Say all, but I would say ninety percent became wealthy, they were educated. Of course, they went to college, and, but it was their strength of purpose and the things that made them good tennis. But they work harder than other people. They want to win. And so they're going to stay late, and they're going to keep their eyes open is a very sensitive to what works if they see something some strategies, some method that works better than some other method. And they're very quick to change, and adopt what works better tennis champion that Dr unin, folks. Well, it's not just tennis players. Of course, the former Heinz chief executive Tony O'Reilly used to play rugby for Ireland Meg Whitman, the former CEO of Hewlett Packard and EBay was a member of the Princeton university's lacrosse and squash teams, the corporate world counts, many former professional and semi professional sports people, including this one when that.

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