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Philadelphia Flyers beat Pittsburgh Penguins to start season

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Philadelphia Flyers beat Pittsburgh Penguins to start season

"Begin their season with a 6 to 3 win over the Penguins of Wells Fargo Center came by double use. Dave, You ram here, David was Ah, pretty special night for a few flyers in particular, wasn't it? It was Carol 60 from players scored goals, and two of them were Nolan Patrick and Oscar Lindblom both off deflections Patrick missed last season with a migraine disorder. Lindblom recovered from cancer. This was also Limb Blondes first game at Wells Fargo Center since head coach Alain Vigneault revealed post game Both guys got a big cheer from their teammates prior to the game. You said his one disappointment on the night was that the building was empty, noting how fans would have reacted really nicely to Oscar. We did find that we did not find out that Oscar scored until well after the game. It was originally credited to Travis. Connect me. It's actually Oscar school, so that's better. I think than me getting one. I mean, if you watch the highlight, it goes off Oscar's head in the net, so I'd rather him get one tonight and does well. 20 year old Joe Therapy, had four points a goal and three assists. Carter Heart had a bad turn over that led to a goal for Sidney Crosby but otherwise made 31 saves. And the Flyers went two for three on the power play. Carol Good start to the 56 game season Sounds more

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"carol good" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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01:43 min | Last week

"carol good" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"12 the devastating impact of cove in 19 on the most vulnerable That story is coming up after traffic and weather on the twos and 6 12. Hey, Sam. Carol Good condition still waiting for daylight. His headlights are on and a big delay south on 95 in the center city, where Jan south of Academy to Bridge Street this late running construction here was down to one lane up until about 10 or 15. Minutes ago. They cleared all the construction on the south bound size of three lanes of getting by, but still active work crew in the middle's. Everybody's looking at it and still delays into town. Stay with it. There's a delay north on. I 95 still working on the other side. Only one lane gets by from Betsy Ross Bridge on up to Bridge Street. Only right wing. It's by their They're picking up the construction. Please slow it down. This workroom Where north of this road Okay into center City by expressways, All right, schedule expressways, Not bad. Getting busy already westbound direction as you travel approaching university, the 30th Street. One lane only because of construction. It continues now into the new year until further notice. What that long term project West of this, Okay he spends is all right. Looking good on the Pennsylvania Turnpike actually got better in the last several minutes. We had some earlier construction westbound of Ben Salem. Now out of the way. No other major problems. Accident. Gilbert's bill just got a call from the 18 T phone for his tip line to 157 24 10 60. They cleared an accident that was out there for about an hour swamp. I crewed 73 Gilbert's Hill Road. Thanks so much for the call in from New Jersey. 42 Freeway North bound is okay. Open across the bridges were fine mass transit on or close to schedule in the P. J. Fitzpatrick Home Improvement 24 hour Traffic center. I'm Sam Clover, now. The forecast with NBC 11th alert meteorologist Bill Henley. Race guys this morning and it looks like the clouds will stick with us through the day. There's a.

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"carol good" Discussed on KOMO

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04:39 min | Last month

"carol good" Discussed on KOMO

"Informed. The Northwest's on Lee 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Good morning, It is 8 16 that Greg her shoulder Amanda is enjoying a day off to celebrate her birthday at Frank Lindsay is at the editor's desk and these are some of our top stories. US. Health regulators have posted a positive review of visors coded 19 vaccine as they near the decision. Weather and when to allow the use of those shots. The review was posted online this morning. But the Food and Drug Administration it offers the first detailed look at the evidence behind the shot. And it says basically that it is effective and especially works well in older adults also comes on the same day that President Trump plans to host with White House is calling. Corona Virus Vaccine summit to tout the administration's efforts to clear bureaucratic hurdles and speed the development of these vaccines, and we go now to Washington, D. C with ABC News correspondent Karen Travers. Carol Good morning. Tell us what's expected today. Yeah, this is a chance for the administration to promote the Operation Works Speed project. It's the chance of them to educate Americans, they say. On the development and distribution of the vaccine, especially say how they're going to get it out across the nation. Once the FDA does give that emergency use authorization from the five year vaccine we expected coming maybe within days. The president will deliver remarks, and he's also going to sign an executive order that the White House says will be aimed at prioritizing Americans access to Koga 19 vaccine before the U. S helps other countries we dug into this. We talked to a lot of people yesterday. It appears they have no real teeth behind it. It doesn't expand the amount of doses the U. S. Will be able to access but essentially is saying if us taxpayer money paid for it. We want to get into American's first before it starts going out to other countries. Doesn't push back about this about helping developing nations and how this would work again, though January 20th. This all could change when the Biden team comes in, of course, have the major pharmaceutical companies and have members of the biting transition team been invited to this event today. This is interesting, So the Biden transition team was not invited. They won't have any representatives there, and I think if you step back a little bit, it's probably not surprising given the president. Rhetoric in the president's public posture on the state of this race as he continued to push to overturn the election results. I also think the interesting part about the The company's not being there, Visor and the Durga. We're told that Madonna was invited. They were asked to be included, and then they realized that they didn't really play a role in this and we're gonna do it. They also are very close to the process right now on, I think they wanted to kind of keep a little bit of a separation away. They're big priority. Of course, right now is getting this through with the FDA again that should be coming within days. Meantime, states are preparing to lock in their electoral college delegates by tonight. Safe Harbor deadline. This is ahead of the Electoral College. And the clock is ticking on all of this, isn't it? Yeah, yeah, The clock is ticking is not done for President Trump's legal team to try and make these last pushes. There's a report that the president had reached out to officials in Pennsylvania House Republicans, the statehouse there, which would follow him doing the same in Georgia and in Michigan to try and get state legislators to overturn the election results are tally as of yesterday of how they were doing in court is not great for the Trump team and its allies. It was at least 40 cases. They have lost in court as they try to do this. Of course, the effort was dealt a pretty significant blow when Rudy Giuliani was hospitalized on Sunday with coded 19 That's ABC News correspondent Karen Travers with US this morning from Washington, D. C. The U. S government hopes to have 40 million doses of fighters vaccine on hand by the end of the year. Half of those would be given out this month. The rest given later to the same group as part of the two shot vaccine regimen. Former FDA commissioner and Fizer board member Dr Scott Gottlieb does not think this is a good plan. He told USA Today that the government should give out the vaccine to 35 million people now and assume the second round will be ready on time. By the way, coronavirus vaccinations are already underway in Britain about 50 National Health Service hospitals have started vaccinating nursing home workers and people older than the age of 80, who are hospitalized or have outpatient appointments scheduled. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says Congress cannot wait any longer to pass a stimulus as millions of Americans they're still suffering from the economic impact of this pandemic. Talks over the new stimulus package have now been deadlocked over levels of funding in the new bill. Both sides are now talking about a roughly $900 billion package that they hope to approve before Christmas..

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"carol good" Discussed on KOMO

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05:58 min | Last month

"carol good" Discussed on KOMO

"Bellingham is 52 degrees. There, Olympia Cloudy and 48. It's 48 degrees under cloudy skies and CIA. Stay connected. Stay informed. The Northwest's on Lee 24 Hour News Station Co Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Good morning it is it 6 16. I'm Greg Hirsch. Old Manda is off. Today She's celebrating her birthday by sleeping in Franklin sees of the editor's desk. These are some of our top stories this morning. The Food and Drug Administration has signal of the Corona virus vaccine from the drugmaker Fizer could be given emergency use authorization soon. The FDA says the vaccine data appears to show that people given the first dose did receive some protection. This comes as President Trump is hosting a Corona virus vaccine summit at the White House today and we go now to Washington, D C with ABC News correspondent Karen Travers. Carol Good morning. Tell us a little about what about what's expected today. Yeah, This is ah covered 19 Vaccine summit a chance for the administration to promote the Operation Works Steve Project. It's the chance of them to educate Americans, they say on the development and distribution of the vaccine, essentially say how they're going to get it out across the nation once the FDA does give that emergency use authorization In the visor vaccine we expected coming. Maybe within days, The president will deliver remarks, and he's also going to sign an executive order that the White House says will be aimed at prioritizing Americans access to covert 19 vaccines before the U. S helps other countries. We dug into this and talk to a lot of people yesterday, it appears to have no real teeth behind it. It doesn't And the amount of doses the U. S will be able to access but essentially is saying if us taxpayer money paid for it. We want to get it to Americans first, before it starts going out to other countries. Listen pushback about this about helping developing nations and how this would work again, though January 20th. This all could change when the Biden team comes in, of course. Have the major pharmaceutical companies and have members of the Biden transition team been invited to this event today. This is interesting. So the Biden transition team was not invited. They won't have any representatives there, and I think if you step back a little bit, it's probably not surprising given the president's rhetoric in the president's public posture on the state of this race as he continued to push to overturn the election results. I also think the interesting part about the The company's not being there. Fizer and the Durga, We're told that Madonna was invited. They were asked to be included, and then they realized that they didn't really play a role in this and we're gonna do it. Also, we're very close to the process right now on. I think they wanted to kind of keep a little bit of a separation away their big priority. Of course, right now is getting this through with the FDA again that should be coming within days. Meantime, states are preparing to lock in their electoral college delegates by tonight Safe Harvard deadline. This is ahead of the electoral college and the clock is ticking on all of this, isn't it? Yeah, yeah, The clock is ticking. It's not done for President Trump's legal team to try and make these last pushes. There's a report that the president had reached out to officials in Pennsylvania House Republicans, the statehouse there, which would follow him doing the same in Georgia and in Michigan to try and get state legislators. Overturn the election results are tally as of yesterday of how they were doing in court is not great for the Trump team and its allies. It was at least 40 cases They have lost in court as they try to do this. Of course, the effort was dealt a pretty significant blow when Rudy Giuliani was hospitalized on Sunday with Kogan 19 not clear who's stepping up to fill the gap and leading the charge right now for the Trump legal team. All right, carry thanks very much. Meanwhile, on Monday of next week is when the Electoral college is set to get together ABC News correspondent Karen Travers with US from Washington, D C. Also in the nation's capital. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says Congress cannot wait any longer to pass a stimulus as millions of Americans are still suffering from the economic impact of the Corona virus. Negotiations over the new stimulus package of a deadlocked over levels of funding. Both sides are now talking about a roughly $900 billion package that they hope can be approved before Christmas. Coronavirus. Vaccinations are already underway in Britain about 50 National Health Service hospitals have begun vaccinating nursing home workers and people over the age of 80 who are hospitalized or have outpatient appointments. Scheduled. Coma News time 6 20 on it's time now for our propelled insurance money, updates. From ABC News Wall Street. Now the dance that composite ended in uncharted territory Monday, is investors focused on growth stocks. Thean Dex finished the session nearly half a percent higher. At a new record high. The Dow lost about half a percent. The S and P 500 fell a fraction The founders of a stock tip company called Raging Bull describe themselves as expert traders who teach their subscribers market secrets. In a lawsuit filed yesterday, federal investigators describe them as scammers who views deceptive marketing to defraud consumers of $137 million. For a second time of federal judge has put the brakes on restrictions that would effectively shut down Tic tac in the U. S. The Trump Administration ordered Tic Tac's Chinese owners to sell off its American operation, saying it's a national security risk. Uber is selling off its autonomous vehicles Development division has the right healing company's revenues were pounded by the pandemic. Technology company, or rural, will acquire the employees and tech behind Uber's Advanced technologies Group. Jim Brilliant ABC News early indications are we could face a second day of losses on Wall Street. The Dow futures down about 111 points right now, and we're getting ready for that opening Bell. Coming up in a little more than eight minutes. Coming up. Next we'll check Traffic and weather Co Moh news times 6 21 on the way home update and unwind the camo afternoon news with ELISA Jaffe and Rick Band size Stay connected Stand formed with Cuomo knows 1000 FM, 97, 7.

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"carol good" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:06 min | Last month

"carol good" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Me. Let me let me jump in here because it's interesting is your personal story is And I should mention that you're calling from Mountain house near Tracy. I think you raise an important question. Just generally, I'd like to have braces response to Marissa. So I mean, yeah, I think, um You know, it's interesting. I will say, like reading this complaint and talking to people who are involved in politics. I do think there's a There's a sometimes a blast a sort of response, which is like well did lobbyist by somebody a meal. I mean, that happens all the time. And you're like, Yeah, but we have rules and laws designed to protect against that. So I agree with the color that I do think that there is, um Just within our political system. Ah, lot of rules that exist and are not necessarily followed. I mean, even if they are to the letter of the law like we were just talking a few weeks ago when this French laundry thing happened also about a group of lawmakers from California who flew to Hawaii during Cove it to attend a junket with, you know, Ah Group, a political group and I think that Again, like is that within the letter of the law, Yes. Is it within the spirit of the law for at least the way A lot of folks would look at it who are stuck at home and trying to juggle this really debilitating pandemic. I mean, it doesn't feel good, does it? It's a taxpayer, so I think that there's kind of levels and I agree with her that I think sometimes the things that people do to skirt the rules or to just sort of Look the other way potentially may lead to deeper corruption because it's a slippery slope here, Steve who writes I'm glad the FBI is taking a good look at the PC. I would like to know why they sold 17 Acres site of the old Balboa Reservoir for only $11 million to a housing developer. Let me bring another call around from Tiburon. Carroll joins us, Carol Good morning. Hi. Wanna take speakerphone? Hi, I'm Carol from Tehran. And in any weight, I have come to the conclusion just after hearing all this conversation flying by But in my mind in a certain way, I think that when these politicians immediate immediately after they're elected, they catch the disease of arrogance and hypocrisy. Carol, I will let that editorial comments stand and thank you for it. I want to hear from next from Kathleen, who joins us from Alameda. Kathleen. Good morning. Hi. Good morning. I have a comment about the the so called debacle at the French laundry. Um, I feel like it's making something out of nothing. They weren't the outdoor dining is legal. They were attending. Maybe it she she and it seems elitist, but it wasn't illegal. Maybe it wasn't the greatest optics in the world. But I think people are making a big deal about it. And they're kind of in a catch. 22 situation. If you're not out there, supporting local businesses and supporting our industry than you're held accountable to that, and then when you do go out and put yourself out there then you're held. You know accountable for that. So I feel like it's a no win situation. And they didn't do anything wrong. Really? Thank you for winging on appreciate hearing from you, and we've got seconds left here. Since the French laundry has come up again, there is a real problem is normally so, just with the optics of that, in terms of the economic catastrophe were enduring now because of this plague exactly. I think that's what it's about. Nobody's saying that they actually broke the law are the rules. I think that the question is, If you're asking people to make sacrifices, and you're going tol, I mean, literally one of those expensive restaurants and then in the state. Is that Is that a good looking and innocence case with a lobbyist and somebody who has, you know, business in front of the government. So it's I agree. I mean, I think you know, we need to move on at some point, and I think, well, plenty to talk about later today. If the governor in deeds does another stand home order, Indeed we will. I want to get one more caller on from San Jose. Carlos joins us, Carlos. Good morning. Good morning, sir. I would like to comment about this. I call a corruption from the governor and the mayor of San Jose and the one in San Francisco and who know who else you regard to put in this restriction but applied to others, Not to them. A lot of us come from Latin American countries keeping that kind of tyranny like Venezuela, Nicaragua that kind of thing, and that would have an impact on voters. Because when they get to be finished, and then you become cynical, because it's the same thing that happened in our country. I think that is corruption. And, uh, you know, I think it is. I don't think that apologies. I don't accept that apology. They should know better. And we have lost also to avoid that. And then they just ignore it. That's a good note to end on. And I thank you for that. Carlos Appreciate your call and appreciate always being with you, Marie. So thank you for being with us. Thanks, Michael. Marisa Lagos, Politics correspondent for KQED and co host of Cake you these political breakdown show We're going to turn our attention now to a growing budget crisis immunity. As many as 22% of San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency employees could be laid off over the next year as the agency faces a massive budget shortfall of $68 million this fiscal year. And a projected $168 million deficit the following year. The agency, which operates immunity, and the city's taxis, and street parking has been a hard hit by sharp declines in fair revenue and parking fees. And we're gonna hear about Massive budget crisis and what it may mean for the agency's essential workers joining us Jeffrey Tomlin, who was director of transportation for San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency. Good Morning, Jeffrey. Morning. Thank you for joining us also want to welcome our own Dan Rickey? Who, of course, is KQED editor and reporter Welcome down. Thanks, Michel. Good to have you both aboard. Jeffrey. Come on. I'm going to begin with you. And I'm gonna actually begin by asking you what I know you've been really strongly concerned and even had a very emotional scene Tuesday night. When you talked about this. What are we talking about here in the nature of this crisis just outlined for us. The money that we're talking about that I mentioned in the introduction is at the heart of it. We're also talking about Simply not enough money and the likelihood of layoffs if that money doesn't come through through the Fed. Because it has hit all of our sources of revenue. Our transit fare revenues down about 95% are parking revenue, which is used entirely to fund uni is down 45%. We get funds from the San Francisco General Fund, which has been hit hard by loss of sales, taxes and hotel taxes. On all of our other smaller sources of funding everything from advertising Two citations are down dramatically S O for the last fiscal year. We lost $236 million and we're projecting toe lose $186 million this year. You know, we're Ah City Department with limited sources of revenue, and it's illegal for us to borrow money. In order to pay our work force. We have to either find new ways to bring in money. Or look for second federal relief package. So you know you could be theoretically at least cutting hundreds of jobs just this fiscal year alone. We could be cutting up to 1200 jobs or over 20% of our work force, which would be not only on utterly devastating to our service, but The very workers who have shown up every single day to get essential workers to work who've risked their lives to keep the city running. These heroes, maybe losing their pay tricks and their health care in the middle of a pandemic. And I wanted to also ask you, though, about because I know the agency has really strived and made efforts to help vulnerable groups who rely most on The service. I'm talking about the low income and disabled and elderly and they have been also disproportionately affected by these revenue crisis that we're in. All right. We've lost 30% of many service already as a result of the financial and health impacts of money, and almost all of our writers right now are Low income people of color, essential workers, disabled people, seniors who are utterly dependent upon unit for getting around. We've cut half of her immunity lines, and that has Impacted the public's ability to get around and unlike other agencies are Busses are full. Busses are full and also the agency already this year, I think has cut about $818 million of your hiking freezes and cuts in operational costs and service. That's right. We've saved $118 million, mainly by eliminating overtime by saving a lot on contracts. Remember works for sort of skimping everywhere we can everything from, you know, reducing our purchasing of parts for Busses..

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"carol good" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:57 min | 2 months ago

"carol good" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Well, winning the expert to run the routes on the football field. I guess the box can and you know to me It's just a complete waste of time. We were down this road. Months ago with Antonio Brown. I don't know why a league would ever let him back in and B, why anybody would want Antonio Brown. The books seem to have a good thing going. Much to my dismay. Quite frankly, Andi, I didn't think it was gonna happen with the bucks looking so good, especially so early, and they dealt with some injuries and things like that, But they've looked good, And they've been particularly look good on defense will give Todd Bowles a tonic credit. But offensively, Brady and Wilson anti Brady, I thought Brady would be fine, but just the offense of system as a whole. It's look better than I thought it would be. There's no need for Antonio Brown even with the injuries to those wide receivers Whywould you, Carol Good. A friend years with Tom Brady. And I would say the same thing I'd say about any player that forces His team, make moves and bring in certain players that they want. I don't think it's right. I'm not about that. I would rather have the head coach and the general manager running things. Then I would the player in this case, It seems to me at least like Tom Brady. Is running things in Tampa Bay and gets his way here with bringing in his body Antonio Brown. Now maybe there's very little risk other than embarrassment, right? I mean, they're going to bring him in, and it's a one year deal. He's not getting any real money. So there's very minimal risk to it. A cz faras. You know the finances go, I guess. But when you talk about what it could do to the team and the organisation that is a risk, you're risking something that is really there's no need to be risking. Right now, by bringing in a guy whose I mean, I think needs serious help. He's B and he seems a time most times to be beyond that's her yourself. He's got major issues. Antonio Brown, by the way, he's not even eligible to play until what week nine right when New Orleans would be taken on Tampa Bay. Assuming that there is a weeknight and we do get those games underway and Assuming now you know what that could both do or do Teo do both of us. It's not to me the smartest move to make for an organization. You saw how it ended up with New England. And you know it didn't work out there even though on the fuel that looked like it was going to be productive, But it just couldn't keep him and they had to move on from Brown. What do you think? No other issues going to come up with Antonio Brown. I'd be stunned if that were the case. Absolutely stunned. And you look at what Tampa has done. They're in first place in the NFC south, their foreign to through their first six games here, as we mentioned before the offense looks pretty good. Evans is a beast again and always banged up. But even with the injuries, they still have so many weapons. Did they really need Antonio Brown? I always want something like this happens. I always go back to the old Great Seinfeld episode and The line about once Something's wet. It's wet. You can't be any more wet than wet. Well, how many more weapons can you have on offense? You don't need in the NFL tip top weapons every which way and two or three guys. Do you know if you have one really good receiver, you should be fine. A solid back a great quarterback. A good offensive one. You don't need Five starred weapons on offense. You don't need it. You got a good tight end. Good secondary receiver. The same old baseball. You don't need five aces. Really? You don't even need to miss Nice tohave supposed to come postseason, but you don't need that build a better balance. Books have shown to be about seem with way that Todd Bowles as that defense going, but but their offense is fine. You don't need Antonio Brown. And dealing with the headache that he is not potentially. He is headache. It's already going to be a headache. What do you think Everybody's here? We talk about what the Buccaneers now moving forward. Antonio Brown. Not about Tom Brady and his first year with Tab Obey now is going to be about Antonio Brown and how he fits into that locker room be met just a few short months ago, although it feels like A very long time ago..

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"carol good" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

05:05 min | 2 months ago

"carol good" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"To help navigate the home loan process. Rocket can Well, winning the expert to run the routes on the football field. I guess the box can and you know to me It's just a complete waste of time. We were down this road. Months ago with Antonio Brown. I don't know why a league would ever let him back in and B, why anybody would want Antonio Brown. The books seem to have a good thing going. Much to my dismay. Quite frankly, Andi, I didn't think it was gonna happen with the bucks looking so good, especially so early, and they've dealt with some injuries and things like that, But they've looked good, And they've been particularly look good on defense will give Todd Bowles a tonic credit. But offensively, Brady and Wilson anti Brady, I thought Brady would be fine, but just the offense of system as a whole. It's look better than I thought it would be. There's no need for Antonio Brown even with the injuries to those wide receivers Whywould you, Carol Good. A friend years with Tom Brady. And I would say the same thing I'd say about any player that forces His team to make moves and bring in certain players that they want. I don't think it's right. I'm not about that. I would rather have the head coach and the general manager running things. Then I would the player in this case, It seems to me at least like Tom Brady. Is running things in Tampa Bay and gets his way here with bringing in his body Antonio Brown. Now maybe there's very little risk other than embarrassment, right? I mean, they're going to bring him in, and it's a one year deal. He's not getting a real money. So there's very minimal risk to it. A ce faras. You know the finances go, I guess. But when you talk about what it could do to the team and the organisation that is a risk, you're risking something that is really there's no need to be risking. Right now, by bringing in a guy whose I mean, I think needs serious help. He's B and he seems a time most times to be beyond that's her yourself. He's got major issues. Antonio Brown, by the way, he's not even eligible to play until what week nine right when New Orleans would be taken on Tampa Bay. Assuming that there is a weeknight and we do get those games underway and Assuming now you know what that could both do Or do Teo. Do both of us, Um It's not to me the smartest move to make for an organization. You saw how it ended up with New England. And you know it didn't work out there even though on the fuel that looked like it was going to be productive, But it just couldn't keep him and they had to move on from Brown. What do you think? No other issues going to come up with Antonio Brown. I'd be stunned if that were the case. Absolutely stunning. And you look at what Tampa has done. They're in first place in the NFC south, their foreign to through their first six games here, as we mentioned before the offense looks pretty good. Evans is a beast again and always banged up. But even with the injuries, they still have so many weapons. Did they really need Antonio Brown? I always want something like this happens. I always go back to the old Great Seinfeld episode and The line about once Something's wet. It's wet. You can't be any more wet than wet. Well, how many more weapons can you have on offense? You don't need in the NFL tip top weapons every which way and two or three guys. Do you know if you have one really good receiver, you should be fine. A solid back a great quarterback. A good offensive one. You don't need Five starred weapons on offense. You don't need it. You got a good tight end. Good secondary receiver. The same old baseball. You don't need five aces. Really? You don't even need to have especially come postseason, but you don't need that build a better balance. Books have shown to be about seem with way that Todd Bowles as that defense going, but but their offense is fine. You don't need Antonio Brown. And dealing with the headache that he is not potentially. He is headache. It's already going to be a headache. What do you think Everybody's here? We talk about what the Buccaneers now moving forward. Antonio Brown. Not about Tom Brady and his first year with Tab Obey now is going to be about Antonio Brown and how he fits into that locker room be met just a few short months ago, although it feels like A very long time ago..

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Suspect Under Arrest After Latest Subway Window Smashing Incident, New York Police Say

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01:20 min | 4 months ago

Suspect Under Arrest After Latest Subway Window Smashing Incident, New York Police Say

"Empty A offering an award Now police have made an arrest this morning. Maybe not the arrest but they have made an arrest. Let's get an update here. Carol D'Auria joins us Live Morning, Carol. Good morning, Brian. The person under arrest is 42 year old Jos Martinez of Queens. Now the NYPD says it was last night around 7 35 witnesses saw him aboard in North bound a train somewhere in the vicinity of Eighth Avenue and 58th Street. What they saw was this. A man was kicking three windows multiple times. So another was kicking with his feet and he broke three windows that way. He was immediately taken under arrest, and he was charged with three counts of criminal mischief. So, as you said, the question is, Is this the same guy who smashed 400 windows on mostly number seven trains since the spring since about April? Hey, did Many thousands of dollars worth of damage. So that's part of the investigation. Now, right now, they cannot link him to that pattern, but they're they're investigating. They're questioning him there looking at different surveillance that they have, and we just have to wait to see. If he is the same person. Carol, do you or your 10? 10 wins news, Carroll. Thank you. Cash strapped. Empty, eh? We told you about that yesterday to how they're hurting for funds.

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"carol good" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

10:27 min | 5 months ago

"carol good" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Old information. Most recently when I was just tracking daily totals when you hear debts that are being reported only approximately 10%. Of what you hear. That makes it sound like it happened over the past day actually occurred over the prior 24 hours. 90% old information real time and that is the problem making public policy. On this type of information, it is inherently flawed. And it's not like there's any kind of a system for this because it's all been made up on the go. All right now speaking of public policy I have a real issue with legislating through constitutional amendments, which is something that has happened for a long time. And someone who is no secret to trying to usurp the legislative process is none other than Foreign people. John Morgan. Who was behind the $15 per per hour minimum wage amendment, which did end up making the way onto our November ballots. So I will bring you the Fourth Amendment. Siri's once again once we get past the primaries, but for now, someone who is quite passionate about the subject. Carol Dover is the president and CEO of the Border Restaurant and Lodging Association is joining us now, Carol Good morning. Hi. Good morning, Brian. Thank you for having me absolutely first. I mean, how is your association doing at this point of the pandemic? Well, things are still quite challenging across the state. You know, we're a state that still has several counties that are still in phase one that aren't even open. To the 50% mark in some of the beaches that have still have challenges. So you know, it's tough. It's been for a state that thrives off a tourism is our economic engine and tourism is down and And restaurants and hotels are hurting in our state. Well, and you know, part of what's disconcerting is even a lot of the restaurants that are open. They're still limitations on them such that they're not profitable. The last time he came across information on this, nearly seven out of 10 restaurants that were even Open. We're still not profitable at this point. Do you know about the delay the land that still correct Oh, absolutely, you know, would know they're not making money at 50%. I mean, we have very few companies that you know, maybe some of the quick service that air drive through oriented But you know when you have a seated restaurant, a full service restaurant in Houston still only open at 50% capacity. Nobody's making money at 50%. They're just they're keeping their brand alive and in trying to keep some people employed, But it's no, it's not. Ah, this is not a profitable environment at all. Well, it's a lot of kind of opened the door and get your thoughts on what you think the appropriate policy would be. I've grown increasingly frustrated with public policy makers because they're making it up and they're making it up as we were just talking about off of data. That is not accurate in real time, and so you know, you're going to hold the entire state hostage toe old information. I mean, that. That's nonsense of my book s O Tell us a little bit about what you think appropriate public policy looks like it right now. Well, first I want to thank our governor, because what he did do a few weeks ago. You used to have tohave to negative test on in the restaurant industry only Too negative test within 24 hours to go backto work. It wasn't possible. We couldn't even get our employees backto work because that that that requirement wasn't even possible to meet So the governor did reverse that which is allowing now to adopt the CDC guidelines, which is being symptom free for 10 days. No fever. Suppress symptoms. So so now we can get our workforce backed going. Which that's the first step, you know, Then you've got to. We've got to get these numbers that keep being You know, submitted over and over. I mean, think about it. I've got restaurant employees that took six and eight different test, and every time you take another test that same person is being reported, as if it's a new case. And that's got to stop. We mean to be ableto on Lee report new cases, not people who are getting retested. And so it's just there's there's no question that the system inherently has problems that need to get fixed so we can see really data. And therefore really data that would show these numbers are not nearly as high as they are, would also allow us to begin to open the doors of businesses much faster. Speaking to Carol's over the president and CEO of the Port, a restaurant and lodging association. Right, Carol. So the $15 per hour proposed minimum wage your thoughts? Yeah. Catastrophic. It's pretty easy. You know, it was to say it in one word. It was a terrible idea prior to Copen. We can't even get our workforce back online. Now, This is a job killer. This is going to require. I have I have thousands of members that will tell you Last nail in my coffin. If this one passes I'm done. Okay. That was the interesting timing for that to happen. We just toss Carol. We'll see if we can get her back. Maybe it's a conspiracy stopper. Now. Here's the deal. The $15 per hour minimum wage. I'd cover this extensively when It was proposed originally. And want through numerous reasons. Why At that point, and by and large was unnecessary. In any way, shape or form. You look appropriate context that's pre pandemic. What I like to illustrate just kind of information. Okay. We had Carol back. Carol. We lost here about that letter. Let's try this again see how catastrophic it was so catastrophic that it killed the phone. That's was thinking about it, but I don't have to say any more. That was it. It's over. The lights are out. The doors were shut. There's no more jobs. Automation is going to be the only survival for many of my members is to put in ipads and get rid of jobs on DH. Just as I was saying before we unfortunately got cut off. It is a job killer. And unemployment is already at an all time high. We do not need to exacerbate unemployment numbers, bypassing amendment to which would require ultimately require $15 an hour. Wait. It's just it's it's a job killer. Okay, So you articulated something that I think is highly instructive in teachable of people who otherwise might not understand business, which is understandable if you've never been taught, and you never been in a position to understand it and That is ultimately a use of technology. Let's say for a moment that you you think that every business owner is just a greedy, awful person looking Tio take every last time they can doesn't care a thing about humanity or society. Even if you have that cynical viewpoint. What ends up happening when you raise cost? Well, you find offsets in the use of technology has proven to be that where this has been done Correct. Absolutely. If you got in New York I was in the New York airport not too long ago and took pictures. Hundreds of ipads all the way down the corridors. I couldn't even find I had one server. When I went into a restaurant was all I could find, because it is now 100% automated. We have robots that are making French fries. Now we have robotic servers mean you know the industry doesn't want to go there, though. Let me say this, but it's really important for people to understand. Unlike some businesses that have found that automation is a better approach for them. The hospitality industry is made up of who we are people who greet you who smile who talked to you. I can't stand to get automated phone calls from the hits. You know, I want a live person and for the hospitality industry. It's imperative that we continue to be the industry that's made up of people who are in the service industry, not technology. That you punch a bunch of buttons. It just is. It's very sad to think that we've come to this point that we would even consider raising the price. Let's let the market dictate it. We don't need the government and you made a good point. What happened to the Legislature. If we elect all of these people to make our rules and regulations, why is it that one person's in just circumvent it? And put something on the mallet that most people don't understand What the ramifications of the issue with day Carol, We don't even have a minute, but I've been wondering that right along. What is your thought behind the states? Most prominent ambulance chaser. Making this a thing. What's what's his angle here? I can't get inside his head. I don't know. I can only tell you that whatever his angle is, it was wrong. When he wanted to put this on the ballot it again. It's AH Job killer. It's a life destroyer from many. People that they don't even realize that the people quote unquote that before the people wanted to help Is hurting the exact people that it was intended to help. So appreciated on a 1,000,000. You would have to let leave it there. We'll talk to you again before the elections, but thank you very much. Carol Dover president CEO, The Porter Restaurant Lodging Association, be right back to the Q and a of the day next. Right here, the bright moon shone. He's ready of 6 10 95 sat.

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"carol good" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:00 min | 6 months ago

"carol good" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Florida Republican Marco Rubio says reaching a consensus with Democrats won't be easy. We obviously have to get it through the house, which is controlled by the Democrats and asked to be signed by President Trump is not going Teo there among their complaints. Democrats say the GOP bill does not provide enough money for state and local governments. The latest UT models indicated continued slowing of the local corona virus transmission rate. It's Gage by what's known as the are not scored, shows how many people catch that virus from one infected person and right now, the UT models show that rate is below one. And as Austin considers funding cuts for the police department. One of the latest proposals comes from council member Leslie Pool. She wants to cut nearly $2 million specifically from the bomb squad. Some police, though, have been quick to remind counsel of the deadly 2018 bombing spree and the role the bomb squad played and bringing that bomber down. I have about 94 this afternoon on Patrick Osborne Get Austin News on demand at news radio k LBJ dot com. 9 30 to Todd Jeffries and don prior. Good morning to you here on the tide of Don show. Let's squeeze in what we'll get to the Caroline. Just a second there in South Austin got a text message here, it says in March, I had the flu. I had a zoom appointment with my doctor. He told me that it was ah, good thing that I'm already taking. Hydroxy chlorate Quinn daily. Ah, for R A is that for rheumatoid arthritis? Someone I don't know is that for the rheumatoid toid, you got the room a toy? Of course, You've got the rheumatoid now. He said that he thought I would most likely be the flu. But if it got worse than he did want to be one of those e packs. They also said that people are taking hydroxide Cork when either didn't get Covad or they've got a very mild case of that's what he's done to told him back in March. So there you go. Well, did he have success? I guess I must have you here to talk about it when he texted Is Tom still workin listening type right now we have that. That's all we know. Alright. Some worked jumping here at 51283605 90 toll free 87759055 to 5 in Carol. In South Austin. Good morning. Carol had Carol Good morning. I'm going to behave this morning. I have something positive to say. I just call it cork. When second ever pronounced it right. Someone One of the things I have is Lucas. I'm still out here working on something else to do when my job wasn't available that I've taken 100 poor Quinn on and off for five years. I really hope it doesn't run out. But it will save somebody's life. You know I could stand Some of my symptoms. My symptoms aren't going to tell me, but I just think it's ah, It's is getting a really bad rap. It's safe. It's been around for years, and it's Yeah, it's cheap. That's why is getting a bad rap because it's cheap. She is affordable. It's available and nobody is going to make a gazillion dollars off of it. And unfortunately the the big problem, it's such a simple one. The big problem, of course, is that Donald Trump gave the thumbs up as Donald Trump. That's right. Touted the benefits takes it in the meself. Imagine hating the president in the country so much that you will keep drugs away from people that are sick people die. It's crazy. I know that. But his bizarre man, That's how that's how insane it is gone. That's how insane the progressive left is. Yeah, not our Democrat friends. Good God, I'd love to have a Democrat nominee for president. Would that be great? Nice middle of the road Democrats, the kind that I grew up with right old school Democrat right? Man would be refreshing right about now, considering you know the radicals on the far left there, but listen, The Associated Press reports that protesters from the Black lives matter Movement and the wall of Mom's in Portland have now sued the White House administration, claiming federal agents responding to Portland are out of control. Federal agents are out of control yet the black lives matter Movement. You saw the pictures of the wall of moms, You know they were marching there. You heard about this right? The wall of Mom's Bravo, Sierra. About half of them. Don't even identify as a woman and the other half is already aborted their baby. They're not the wall of moms. I didn't see a single Starbucks. You know, a few nights before they were wearing black shirts, Sure. And and hoodies. Yeah, exactly where antifa women is that they all know I didn't see a single radicals, man. They're crazy. Not a single sequence. Lassen that Holger all of Mom's Bravo, Sierra. Nobody's buying that. You know, most of don't even identifies when no pleated jeans and they're anywhere. Listen, the lawsuit filed by the non profit If it protect democracy that claims that while federal agents do have the right to protect federal property agents have gone far beyond protecting property to battering and tear gassing protesters. I don't understand that sentiment. I don't understand that you being mayor of a city And you're clearly not taking care of the situation. I get the feeling they don't want to take care of the city would no, no, no. The those those folks out there burning things. Those are the foot soldiers for the Democrat Party. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. Show, and that's not an extreme. What I just said was not extreme. In fact, there are several City Council members that have joined here in Austin have joined those protesters are their friends, Their constituents of this city counts? No, I listen. I truly feel that that's the reality and so many things have happened in the past couple of months, and I never thought would be could ever happen that I never dreamed would happen. And like this, that city government giving the thumbs up to this kind of thing is happening in our very own city, And I don't know that we can never get that back. 9 36 jump in here at 51283605 90. I never thought we'd come to the day where the Met the entire medical community would be hush on how they're treating Kobe 19 patients. Total secrecy. Total silence on how doctors and nurses air treating patients here local and don't tell us is because they're overwhelmed because Bravo's case Yeah, Sandy and Georgetown. Good.

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Miami Marlins Postpone Trip Home From Philadelphia Amid Fear Of Coronavirus Outbreak

KYW 24 Hour News

01:24 min | 6 months ago

Miami Marlins Postpone Trip Home From Philadelphia Amid Fear Of Coronavirus Outbreak

"To the Marlins again. 11 to 6 of the Marlins were short handed yesterday. Why W's Dave you ram joining us live with more on this morning, Dave? Hey, Carol. Good morning. Yet they reportedly learned of multiple new cases of covert 19 3 players who are expected to play for the Marlins yesterday did not radio dot com Sportsmen will be insider, John Hammond reported. They tested positive and it's apparently their fourth positive test since the season began. This news came down shortly before first pitch, Phil's manager Joe Girardi said They were somewhat aware of what was going on with the Marlins and then texted all their players were constantly reminding the guys about you. I mean, you have to be safe. You know, you can't really have a lot of Contact with other people because you put everybody in danger, but it's obvious after three games, players can't always avoid each other while they're on the field. Bryce Harper started worrying a mask yesterday when he was on base that that would probably a good idea just in case one of the other guys that you tested yet or anything like that Saturday, Phillies president Andy MacPhail told the Filles radio network that this is going to be challenging and his teams go to different city. What concerns me about our sport is where other sports are choosing to bubble. We're going to travel, and I think traveling is going to add another. Mayor of complexity to what is already a complex situation. Guys. The Marlon stayed overnight in Philadelphia. They're expected to travel home today. Miami manager Don Mattingly said. The guys who tested positive are quarantined in Philly. All

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"carol good" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:49 min | 7 months ago

"carol good" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Carol Good Morning. Good morning. I have a couple of questions for you. First of all, I have been Australia Bottle tree. It's been in the ground over 20 years. And until this year, it's been growing very straight and compact, but again because of the spring rains. All of a sudden, it's very sprawling. What's happy Carol? It's in love. It's in love with a beautiful gal It loves you get. Oh, I wish they were. It was that simple. But anyway, I do have to have one limb removed because it's hitting the roof. I'm wondering if I can have the rest of it trimmed at this time of year or do I have to wait until the fall? No. Now now's a fine time to trump bottle trees. It's not goingto that Yeah, they're They're very, very hearty Treat. You don't want to cut it back, You know, super fart exposed all the interior younger women sterile hot sun. But even if you did it or recover it, bottle trees are about as hard as they get. And like you say they don't need much water. So realistically, if you water the bottle tree once a month in the summer time, it's happy. And that's what I'm doing about every five weeks or so. But then I soak it for like, 24 hours in a slow drip. Eso you wanted it 34 times a summer gives you a lot of shade and evergreen and pretty and this is messy as the dickens I love the shed leaves and fruit. Well, yeah, it's just, you know, the Talis old men are Okay. Well, have a nice day. Thanks for Caldwell. I have a second West. OK? I also have some salvia Sylvester that I use is Ah eh, Gene on my border garden. And it's been in the ground about five years. 1st 3 years. It didn't grow very much last summer. It grew a little bit this summer. It has about doubled in size. With the new growth. It's very, very light greed, almost white, and I don't know what that means. You could probably give it a little iron key late. Kealey did irons really good? Okay, And that's OK this time of year. It's fine this time of year, and it's if you wanted to know what you're playing with the iron. Put some of your bottle tree, It'll turn iridescent green. I'm really gonna go while Carol loves B is going to cut my limbs off here. I'll have a nice week. It's tough Love sometimes way. Still got 23 lines open folks number to call 6022775827 Jackie in Mesa. Good morning. Good morning. How todo Very fine. Thanks for asking. All right. I have a very plan.

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"carol good" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:42 min | 9 months ago

"carol good" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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"carol good" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:17 min | 10 months ago

"carol good" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Are asking Pennsylvania's highest court to release as many juveniles as possible to reduce the spread in detention facilities the Phillies home opener was supposed to be today and recapping our top story free food for Philly residents will be provided at select locations today there will be twice the amount of distribution sites as the war on Monday because of high demand still ahead in the next fifteen minutes good morning I'm Carole McKenzie Tim McLaughlin at the editor's desk a group of juvenile justice advocates a petition Pennsylvania's highest court to request the release of the of the young people in detention centers because of the crisis we get more on this in K. Y. W. community affairs reporter Cherri Gregg obviously this is an extraordinary situation that we feel really cries out for statewide relief at the highest level March eleventh is executive director of the juvenile law center the group joined that you send the thing a reentry project and others in asking the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to use its kings bench powers to free youth in detention centers adult prisons and other facilities amid the corona virus outbreak it really looking for the court to ticket number step to reduce population as much as possible to enter this Joanne of why a SP says the set up of the detention centers make it impossible for you to follow CDC guidelines that they're not able to engage in social distancing they're not able to wash their hands frequently they don't have hand sanitizer available to them at least one staff member at the juvenile justice center has tested positive and advocates say any quarantine would look like solitary confinement which can be dangerous for use when asked whether the city supports releasing you DHS commissioner Cynthia Figueroa said the city of continuing to look for opportunities to reduce youth population Jerry Gragg cable news radio well the Phillies were supposed to play their first home game this afternoon they've established a fund to assist their ballpark employees during this crisis K. Y. W. debut ram joining us live with more on this morning Dave Hey Carol good morning it wasn't surprising a couple of weeks ago when the Phillies announces one million dollar impacted workers fund they've always viewed their employees as family on her while he was in our ownership I think it's spectacular and they're the one to put up a million dollars and a lot of that you talk to I I bet they're friends of mine in terms of I've seen in thirty years our friends with the owners because eighteen for thirty years it's just every year the thing people keep coming back that's executive vice president Dave Buckey said the details of the funder still being hashed out this will be the forty second year that Harold Paul Miller has worked for the Phillies and he called their gesture an amazing feeling I was not surprised green with facilities for so long it's just a family organization it's a family atmosphere and the fact that they wanted to take care of their employees it didn't surprise me at all this thunderstorm pulleys are the Phillies and not other workers at the ball park who are employed by different companies at Wells Fargo center Comcast Spectacor is taking care of their employees for flyers Sixers and wings game scheduled through April fifteenth and Carol the seventy Sixers are helping theirs as well as they called them quote the heart beat of the organization all right thank you Dave well non profit on the front lines of the opioid epidemic is now the center of the covert nine pandemic with a shortage of protective gear across the board the organizations in dire need of essential items for people there to stay safe yours K. Y. W. Antoinette Lee Jose Benitez executive director at prevention point Philadelphia says they've already cut back their services due to covert nineteen for example we have a drop in center where homeless folks can come in to get coffee and services and we've had to close that he says now they're doing grab and go lunches for people who need them their doctors are also offering over the phone services and Benitez's they're doing everything they can to keep their staff and the thousands of people they serve safe however he says with a high risk and vulnerable population they work with the staff is still in dire need as our non profit don't have enough the personal protective equipment like masks gloves downs he says they're trying to raise two hundred thousand dollars just to fund the protective equipment they.

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Silver gauges NBA return, mulls 'diversion' game

KYW 24 Hour News

01:11 min | 10 months ago

Silver gauges NBA return, mulls 'diversion' game

"When it will sports return that's a question a lot of fans have right now NBA commissioner Adam silver gave an update last night on his thoughts and expectations K. Y. WSW radio joins us live with more on that morning Dave Hey Carol good morning for the second time since suspending games Adam silver gave an update on the stocks when basketball might come back he told ESPN I honestly don't know just because I don't have a good enough sense of how long this is gonna be that's different from a week ago when he said he expected the hiatus to be at least thirty days as you know things with this virus change every day so after time went to top the game at the same time sober is not at the point where he's even thinking about canceling the NBA season there are different options being thrown around that could work according to him once it's safe enough to play option one playing games with fans option two without fans and option three maybe a fundraiser game with select players to give people some sort of basketball people are stuck at home and I think they need a diversion they need to be entertained and Carol silver also didn't rule out the chance for this hiatus to affect the NBA talent there in future

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"carol good" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

16:07 min | 1 year ago

"carol good" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"You didn't get the transcript out well he wants the transcript become outright issue is you said he repeatedly asked what did he know did he know about this and he refuses to The release the Pencil Linski Call Carol Good Morning so we heard vice president pence right there say he'd have no problem putting that out to the public he has nothing to hide so the question is why haven't we seen that trend upped that's a great question and basically that was almost three weeks ago three weeks ago tomorrow where the vice president said that and since then we've learned there's there's been this internal debate this back and forth about whether or not it's wise to release a transcript of his call and there was a camp that's against it and their arguments are there's many of them one is that you know the more you release the more momentum that it gives impeachment more transcripts means more requests for other transcripts potentially there's a precedent argument and then there's this the concerned that if you were to stack up the vice president's call with Alinsky and the president's call ski that it wouldn't really make the president look very good that potentially it's not going to be the perfect call the that the president said his call was and at that that's concerning out there are those who are for this who say that look we don't have a lot of ways to fight back there's this delusion testimony that's damaging coming from the hill and this could be one of the ways in which we could push back by showing that the vice president's there was no there there in the vice president's call and then there are people around the vice president who think that this is a way to here is name there's some increasingly increasing concern that this is going to somehow tarnish him and as you saw it he he does not really answer directly what his knowledge was about this about the pressure campaign on on Ukraine and so there's worry there but they're still we've spoke to administration officials who said that they're still viewing this and I think really that really underscores how much this White House still hasn't gotten its act together in terms of getting on the same page and coming up with a plan to push back on impeachment doc pants out publicly we saw it in that clip shows no daylight with the president he stands by the president but is there some instinct with him and the team around him he's a longtime politician and he's not a dumb guy he knows what he's doing to begin to preserve himself and to preserve his own legacy if that can be done at this point he sees the writing on the wall he's going to see this new testimony from colonel today is he working behind the scenes to save himself well we know that people who are allies of the vice president are a little worried that he's not going to come out of this squeaky clean and that's because you know there's one of two option ends either he was aware that all of this stuff was going on and he didn't say anything or do anything about it or he was actually participant participant in in some of it neither of those things are good and for the president and he also has his own political ambitions this is someone who you know is it's well known that he thinks it might run for president some day he's this is not his last stop on the campaign trail being vice president and so you know yet at the same time he is one of president trump's staunchest defenders but if you look at what he's saying he's not actually defending the substance he's well I never mentioned the Biden's two presidents Alinsky of Ukraine so it's it's a very careful balance there carol speaking of careful balance everybody is aware that all of the release of the transcripts that we're talking about here is self induced brought on by the behavior of the trump administration specifically the president himself at long range looking down the road the release of transcripts between presidents and vice presidents with other foreign leaders is kind of troubling yeah there's a real concern among particularly among lawyers out the precedent that this sets because these are conversations that are supposed to be had in private they're not out there for the public there's a reason for that there's a belief that you know world leaders should be able to have open conversations without it spilling out into public view you there's also you know if you're president and you're talking to another world leader Wha- what if they're worried that you're going to release the transcripts like we learned that the Ukrainians were the other thing that people are raised concerns about is that it few released the more you put out there like transcripts of phone calls like this that it waters down your it's a it's a concern for and your wife Debra of course doing what I WANNA do when I grow up you flying across America going from small town to small town and you've always some sort of intramural squabbling Washington so you spent the past week in Central Oregon doing a film project there and people are aware of this their case I believe and forgive me for asking you to speculate here but we all respect your opinion so much I'm curious where you think this may be going where do you see this going over the next month or two I I've learned to to have two different strands of predictions and my brain one is what would happen under normal sort of rules connection and was such a parent lack of sophistication and being able to rebut them and with such intramural tension within the administration that was James Fellowes thank you NBC's Charolais thank you as well for your reporting this morning acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney was notably absent from overseeing the weekends US military rate and wanted police commissioner Bob Paulson that's this week on M._s._N._B._c.'s the oath available now wherever you get your podcasts.

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"carol good" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"carol good" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Marietta, joins, us a. Lawn and garden. Hey Carol good morning good morning Hey I've. Got some valuable valueless that I found. Accidentally in a in a bag of somebody gave me of, something else I want them they're. Beautiful, but, they all. Fall over The way. It's going to be and I need to just take him up or yeah everybody who's ever grown. Glazer and how these, things about. Flopping overly flop over every I grow things I'm sure if. You plan them just a little bit deeper or perhaps. Put them nicer chain link fence is my friend. Barbara does she has a. Little row is easily twenty. Five feet long Carol. As all against the chain link fence start flopping, just take a little piece, of thread or stringers it's time to the fence they've? Sent, a great look. Everybody's happy for hers but if you're out in the middle of. Nowhere where well in the middle your garden where they'll have anything to stand, up on. Yeah they flop over I don't know of a way to make them not flop over you don't, fertilize, them a lot because for makes him more limber and loose you know but I'll have a great technique for other than by bunch little bamboo, stakes, or cut some private hey does a great use for privet hedge cuttings you can just cut those into two or three foot long. Links and, stick them in the garage Title up to it or so now attached to each other Okay cool? And you said Clinton a little. Deeper what do you suppose jittery put them about an, inch I. Can put them. Down to two, inches in well drained soil they'll be fine so two inches you get a little more anchoring down at the, bottom of the of the bulb don't fly quite as much but I. Was confess that I haven't found the foolproof answer on this I'm sure there's some varieties that are, probably shorter and don't flop as bad as tall ones do, but I haven't. Done that much exploration which was are better which was not I just stay on up when I have a little stick I wonder if there's, someway you could. Just get little short fencing and stick that kind of a Lien against them anything that the wholesome up. Yeah. Anything you can think that didn't look too of noxious may. Paint green blends with everything else sure I think you do lots of different ways of doing things Okay well I'll give that a try next year Live and learn Carol thanks for calling thank you. We'll see you soon in the next half hour John Reynolds know how to replace the cypresses. Leaning over Jason was nobody has pear. Tree tall he can't even. Reach the fruit Allen can't get rid of. Poison Ivy with bleach have white poison Ivy warning we'll.

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"carol good" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland

WRFR-LP Rockland

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"carol good" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland

"Six months and are complying with their case plan you get a recommendation for team or job supervisor you're in and this is very very positive you say it's very incentive based and and so it's hugely important for that and i wanted to give a shout out somebody who's leaving the main prisoner advocacy coalition executive secretary clerel blakeney she'll be sorely missed they go back and forth she and joe jackson executive director we started the two of them go back and forth every letter that they receive because she wanted to help each and every person who wrote for help she was still today the deputy word of the correction said could i kohler off she's to effective she was affected help prison navigate the main deals these horrible interstate compact pulse oh my don't get me started on that she successfully helped prisons now get classification discrepancies every letter even if the letter was just sorry we can't help you it's like she's leaving behind shoes too big to fill but we must so well wishing carol good luck and safe travels joe jackson's on mission fill her shoes any volunteers if you're interested just contact me can leave me an email coastwatch at meal dot com and affordable i'm joe jackson or just look up main prisoner advocacy coalition.

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"carol good" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"carol good" Discussed on WRVA

"Earth was seated with life very early in its history i tend to look at things like that that the intervention of extraterrestrial beings placing life forms on this earth took place at the very beginning not just four hundred thousand years ago but on the basic point that there's some extra terrestrial element involved in understanding our origin on this planet yes i agree with that and it took place a long time ago and it also has to do also with understanding that ultimately the life on this earth are vehicles for a conscious self that comes from some higher level of reality let's go to carol in seaside california on the wildcard line hi carol good morning john thank you to talk to you i think he probably does go ahead it's it incredible journey for you michael over these years has it knocked in.

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"carol good" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"carol good" Discussed on WJR 760

"We open up the lines we make a open line wednesday than open line friday is the day before the holiday let's get over to sterling heights and say janine welcome to the frank beckmann show right now i i wanted to comment about the gentleman's seen that you can be good when trump believing in god and everything and i just have this comment you made we believe in god but god still believes in you sets to talk about evolution when i was a kid in school that we just happened out of out of puerto pleasant so one theologist said okay we we started from nothing it would be like finding a vacuum cleaner in a cave man's cave because somebody had to make it sometime in had to start with something someplace right and and i think the gentleman well he's good for any co dean you've got a good heart they kill happy thanksgiving to you thanks for listening to the frank beckmann show we go off to lansing carol carol good morning how are you today i'm fine thank you are how are you me to me too well i i you heard earlier in the week um one of your programmes had an attorney on their represented uh victims of sexual assault and one thing that is is it talked about and is seen the man who had just signed nine uh disclosure agreement and pretty much have drag orders on them i'm one of those those people and dumb at the time i find that we you it wasn't something that you talked about i couldn't attorney to represent me even though.

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"carol good" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"carol good" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And more calls keep coming in and this is going down to north carolina to speak to vicky vicky good morning world mourning i've been listening to you for a long time but our apart what made you finally decided to lift the phone geraldo trivia once you've been listening to me for a long time we should call before this i'm vicky i don't know you it's a pleasure to meet you but something tells me the word shy does not describe you my my boyfriend when it you put me use all okay so any put her he'll proper permit a minute to get out of all along got all the go ahead i want you to repeat a couple of here on your all right let's drive this sporting event for the under thirty crowd oh boy what do they call that competition oh and i'll try another one for some musicians call this instrument the vibe oh well no will isn't a wall who who use it your what is it ooh if you know well it is to sell me but robert hall the what the virapol xylophone is that what you meant to pronounce wall for your qualified now do you know how we play this game mark levin keep keep listening in about fifteen minutes or so mark demand will pick one caller and if your name is chosen you calling during the news and give the show address oh you know the prize that we're giving away i'm not sure which is giving away today like effort taking a look at all k i'm giving way t shirt from the movie singh but it's it's size for a kid do you have an asset grandkids made it out of work if some two young have grandchildren your phone call all right we'll find out if indeed you win okay elements and thank you so much for pope i thank you for calling vicky let's go to carol in canton carol good morning walk in the busy why you i'm on how are you okay what we get it right on gaelic while of all which will no no no no just to stu one and feel well xylophone felix of have both been taken pick another one who who to call off um sixties freedom fighter a little i'm not coming he got.

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