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Washington DC Police Will Patrol on Bikes, Scooters to Engage Community
"Is deploying a new unit of officers on bikes and scooters with the goal of increasing interaction between police officers and the community. This is something that we've been working on for several weeks. And I'm happy to announce the formation of this new unit. Oh, Moments before the sky opened up over Congress Heights, Southeast D. C. Police chief Robert Conte announced a new community focused patrol unit that will be deployed on bikes and scooters in times where our manpower has decreased almost 215 officers since October 2020 MPD must more effectively used the more limited resources that we have, with the goal of interacting more with the community County says the three squads will be sent to neighborhoods around the clock based on crime data from the previous 14 days. In southeast Megan Cloherty. W T O P News.
DC Police Identify 6-Year-Old Killed by Gun Violence
"Weather alert station through the evening New tonight. Police have now identified the six year old who was shot and killed last night in Southeast D. C. Her name was Nadia Courtney and she was to start first grade this fall. Five others were also shot but are expected to be OK. At a press conference, D c police chief Robert Conte and Mayor Muriel Bowser called for an end to gun violence. So I am asking That we all stand together and say no more. I am sick and tired of being sick and tired. Niall was killed. Somebody else could be killed tonight. Somebody else could be killed the next night because too many people are willing to use guns of reward of up to $60,000 is being offered for information that leads to an arrest. Keisha James. W. T O P. NEWS I'm Nick Pinelli. This latest case involving a six year old girl being killed follows a very disturbing trend in the area, marking the fourth child under eight years old to be shot over the past few months in D. C. Alone In May, a seven year old girl was shot and seriously injured while playing outside in Northeast a few weeks after that a five year old boy was left with serious injuries after he was shot outside his home near Logan Circle. Earlier this month. On the Fourth of July, There was another shooting involving a young child as a five year old boy, playing in his Columbia Heights
D.C. Police Chief Raises Concerns Over Shrinking Force, Officer Morale
"D. C. Police chief Robert Conte is raising a warning about the morale among his officers and their shrinking numbers in a zoom chat with the D. C. Police chief, the president of the Greater Washington Board of Trade, Jack McDougall, wanted to know how's the morale? Of your folks. How are they doing? The chief said police. Morale has been impacted by negative views of police and some officers are making career decisions based on some police reforms right now, our a rate of separation and we're up like 11% of what was projected for this time last year, Carney says the size of the D C police department is shrinking at Was Dick Uliano. W T o P.
Antonio Conte in Talks to Become Next Tottenham Hotspur Manager
"Be talking about those rumors of antonio contact going to talk them hot spell start with you gills any new developments since yesterday on this news. Talk of of continued today k. Between you onto new content. He's agent everybody involved in the progressing word. I think they're getting closer to finding an agreement on the length of the contract wages the staff etc all the details that you have to before announcing manager bae looked skin closer and closer to new content. To become the new tottenham manager. We're just gonna flag up something that they may not. The top. tanya levy did say last month in the search where manager he said we need to select someone whose values reflect those of our great club and return to play football with the style for which were known free flowing attacking and entertaining whilst continuing to embrace our desire to see young players flourish from our academy alongside experienced talent craig. It'll be great to get your thoughts on whether you think contact is the right fit for a club like spurs. I think this is a marriage. Made inhale really. Do i tell you why. Not because antonio conte's very very good coach because he is but he has one of the most demanding patient managers and european football at the moment he e successful. Bree kicks in screams and the public. Boss aegis these just es super high maintenance and he doesn't think the is getting what he wants. Then it's a box much. Probably even more so than josiah marine your so unless spas are going to do a full three sixty and start becoming this big-spending tottenham. I don't see how this marriage of what happens is going to loss because that squad needs an overhaul is going to compete with the real big boys in england never mind europe and that's going to take a little money on top of that you've got the hurricane scenario. So i i really. Yeah i mean i can understand tottenham going forum but i don't understand from his perspective what he thinks he's gonna once he gets his in. The door of sayings is
Suspect Killed by Police After Attack at Capitol
"D. C are searching for answers following yesterday's attack at a U. S capitol checkpoint that left a Capitol police officer dead and another hospitalized. MPR's Dave missed it. Reports the suspect was killed after he drove a car into a security barrier and jumped out brandishing a knife. U. S. Capitol police say 18 year veteran officer William Evans to come to injuries sustained in the incident. Officials say injuries to the other officer or not life threatening Robert Conte, acting chief of the D. C. Metro police says his department is taking over the investigation. Clearly, this was someone who was actively trying to just get at whoever whatever. We just don't know right now, so we have a responsibility to investigate that to get to the bottom of this well. The motive is not yet known. Conte says The attack doesn't appear to be terrorism related. President Joe Biden ordered flags with White House to be flown at half staff in honor of Evans in the other officer, Dave Message NPR news.
What we know about Washington DC Capitol attack suspect Noah Green
"Far about yesterday's attack, Capitol police say a man rammed a car into two officers. One officer died and other is in the hospital in stable condition and is expected to survive. That attack happened just before one o'clock and an access point about 100 yards from the entrance of the Senate side of the Capitol yesterday afternoon. The officer who was killed was an 18 year. Veteran of the Force officer Billy Evans was a member of the capital division's first responders unit. The driver's identified his 25 year old Noah Green. Authorities believe he's from Indiana but lived in Virginia. After ramming the officers and the barricade. Police say Green got out of the car with a knife and charged it officers. He was shot and killed. DC Police chief Robert Conte says the attack is not believed at this point to be related to terrorism or the January 6th Ryan and the suspect was not known to police. According to multiple reports, Green recently posted on his Facebook page that he was struggling during the pandemic and lost his job. He was also a follower of the nation of Islam Black nationalist movement. In other news this
Acting Washington, DC police chief on the changes he’d make if made permanent
"C. Police chief Robert Conti is going through a job interview with City Council members deciding whether he should be hired as the police department's permanent leader. Conte says one thing that he wants to focus on is diversity well use of force policies have already been closely examined. Acting D C. Police chief Robert County says police policies top to bottom inside now is that relate to equity have been subject to less review and county told council members that he wants to change that by bringing in an independent organization to refer You the department's policies related to diversity, inclusion and equity. He says. The review will look at how officers are recruited, trained and promoted. This is a court issue for community trust. And he says the review will include a specific focus on rooting out extremism, hate speech and white supremacy. Nick I.
Chelsea positions itself for top-four place, leaving Liverpool behind
"The marquis game again. The i really enjoyed actually rubbles against chelsea liverpool nail chelsea one Stein lineups the the were interesting. I guess expected a little bit For liverpool walkabout for being in the heart of that all. I'm some place a position of course struggling but again chelsea it was it was chelsea robbed up the one game one mason. But just in general i meant i thought it was a fascinating gain. Quality tactically entrusting. I fought for large periods throughout the game. The each team. Isn't it a little different later. On each team enjoyed very system proposed three v. Two field had joy. The wing butts have chose atanas space. He's your possession of as counts like those fascinating game afable robin. It was tight. I mean there's a fairly even game. Football chelsea took advantage with those runs in behind Mason mount a lovely goal questionable defending. But i just really enjoyed the game. Robinson chelsea looks such a different team. Rubio such a strong defensive side that we've talked about a real test today at. I'm throw another an Import amphitheater. But i thought schaus he looked but one of my favorite words durable and they. They were incredibly durable today in a back three five. That was a little bit reminiscent of antonio conte side on a joseph reno
"conte" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Yeah i mean that song is i did a holding on my show about if i were a priest and orphans because you know bruce talked about in one of these interviews and you just have to cut me off when you have to kind of this is so great but brewster's talked about That songwriting and you see said to somebody that You know they came to him and they said you know bob dylan said you better. Be careful on your run out of words. Yes he got so freaked out by that. He admits that he abandoned that songwriting style. That was really authentically. His right copying bob. It was just a confirmation. That pros was a legitimate songwriting way. Yes and he says in the interview recently that he wished he hadn't left it right because it was so true for him and he says 'cause on never be able to do that again. Like i did man alive those Those songs are and that's what's so beautiful watching. That documentary is to see the magic that comes when people know each other for fifty years. There is a there is a comfort and a a familiarity that they are there and sharing with each other. Just beautiful to watch so beautiful to watch and you're right like how does not max now again. It's that one. Plus one equals three. If there's this mystical container that gets created when they all come together and yeah it's a really an let me just ask you one last thing with ace which i often say and then i talk another half hour. Did you know that. Danny clinch and thom zimny did not know that they were both using snow as background. No that's interesting. When danny clinch shot that picture bruce In the snow it wasn't known yet that it was going to be the cover and when thom zimny recorded that there was snow. And i thought wow. That's another mystical magical. Yes got bruce in. That's what he says about one plus one three he says it. You know you can't force magic. I actually think this down because he said this. Recently he goes. You can't force it. He goes but what you can do. Is you can create the atmosphere. That has the potential of it happening. Yes you can. You can make choices and you can create the atmosphere that has the highest possibility of magic happening. And wow the fact that those two guys had snow as part of their backdrop and neither of them knew it until they did is absolutely lovely. That's that sounds awesome. So it's so it's so incredibly Wonderful yeah right so camille. What should've asked you that i didn't. Oh well let's see Preussen in college. Well.
"conte" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Nobody seems not enough. People talked him about his voice as an instrument. And when did you see him in. Patty do duet for the heroes. Yes they sang. I'll see you in my dreams. Yeah that that is one like patty and groups after all these years. They have finally generally blocked in anchoring they've had some missteps along the way. Maybe because you know patty was you know. Just pushing too hard. Sometimes maybe to match that male rock scuffed right now. The two of them their voices are so gorgeous together but his voice on letter to you. One minute you're here. You can hear that country twang. It's all in that album. And when he sings. I'll see you in my dreams and that falsetto goes up. It's it's achingly beautiful. I i totally agree. I mean his voice right. Now though darkness holds that Aw john filtered rock would his his voice is so seasoned any any. It's an instrument that he knows how to play with what to get from it when he wants like in western stars when he sings There goes my miracle and just he's he climbs he climbs and then it's just this explosive emotional release in in his voice. It's you know he did that. Amc interview where he talked about. The searchers and I can't remember the other film. But and he said in the interview that he doesn't think he's a very good vocalist right and that's why he did. I disagree like I know he would never do this. But give me Bruce springsteen sings the songs of johnny cash. Bruce springsteen sings country classics. Bruce springsteen does a gospel album. You know. I mean he's never going to do that but I have done a little bit of what you said. I've you know you. You can buy the archives and then you can build a playlist of nothing but covers of all the fun covers. He's done so yes it would be It is amazing when they play stump the band and win I was lucky enough to be at the show in dallas where it was the nc double a. tournament here in dallas and he they came out and played jump. And you know armory one was just going crazy and in fact. I tweeted okay. Who had jumped on the lineup card. And someone said bruce storing brackets everywhere. You know even to a friend of mine and he was like. I can't even believe you could say that is I think i think letter to. You is is the best one of the best albums the band has ever done. I think i think it is. I think to say this far into his career. You can say that and not have people laugh is true. It's in the discussion. It is amazing and that is as much on him as them because there is time in that movie where he says i am these are mine the vision of our minds right however they only become real because of my band. Well it's supposedly right he I think it was roy. It may have been someone else but one of the band members said bruce. Let's not play beat the demo. You know you always do a demo and then we come in here and then we've got a beat that demo. Just come in here. And that's why he you know he's playing it on his guitar. And they're all sitting there with their yellow pads writing in like out of that like you know like how does max know that you know and If i was a priest that okay during the break off that you know that drums snare really quick and just oh..
"conte" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Relationship i have. I have with my listeners. So yeah so. That's how i do it. I work with them. You know adobe audition in my computer and i mixed down on my own work. I listened back to every show i've ever done. It's just something i love. That happens very naturally. It sounds just so beautiful. And you and you have a relationship with your listeners. And near sharing and i liked the idea that you are. You're kind of rotating here's new music to here. Here's a song we haven't heard from in a while here. Is you know the stories behind the net Do you get a lot of feedback. Yeah i really do. I'm inside my fundraiser. Right now in. I bass people to leave comments as to what it is that they love about the show and why they'd be moved to support me and people still you know especially people in their forties and older. You know there's an appreciation for the role of a jock absolutely like the jock. And that's why when reuss did that. I wanted to call him up and say. Hey you're doing my gig now. Exactly i do what he does. That's the art of radio in what it is is intentional placement. Yes you use the music just like a stage performance right. You use the music to bring an exclamation point or you to support what you're talking about And so my listeners. Love that. I'm passionate about music. They loved it. I know what i know about music. They love the history And i just think they love hearing someone be passionate about the music that's meaningful to them you know. I'm funny is that to. Where can people go. If they want to support the work they can find me a camille conte dot com. Okay and the show. The camille conte show is hosted through pod being dot com accurate. All those links are from my own website. I'm on stitcher iheartradio. And all those great Those great platforms though. I have to say my twenty one. Twenty twenty one focuses. I'd i'd like to. I wanna get on sirius. Xm i would like to do An interview show on on serious Xm get into that but yet camille conte dot com or any of those platforms. Kill come up every friday okay. I just crossed over six hundred. Forty episodes myself. Congratulations that's a lot of music. It is and i. I absolutely think this would be a great thing for serious. I i've I've often wondered and and wish to that. You know i would love to do this for serious. I think it would fit with eastern radio perfectly right. Just just talking to bruce fan so absolutely. That's amazing well. And the other thing i wanna do and i'm gonna do this. I am going to do this. I want to interview these jocks interview. Meg griffin who. I heard his on satellite serious. Guess i would like to interview dennis else's these these are historians. My god dennis else's had how long the conversation with john lennon. I've interviewed bob gruen john's photographer. I interviewed franks banker. Great great interview from you know actually one of the best parts of that interview i i go is when he talks about when patti smith walked through the cafeteria doors at the college that he was at And how he and patty and bruce like had that had that meeting But yeah these these are. These are times when The music is infinite but the artists are finite absolutely. You know it's just important to extract from them..
"conte" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"It's just because i met somebody that i ended up in an anchorage. I was going to san francisco to do it to start my radio work. But i ended up up there. So it's just it's been the work i do. It's it's it's my career. And so the camille conte show now is just me just completely doing what i love which is to talk about what's important to talk about music to talk about the artists like right now. I'm focused on nineteen seventy-one because some of the greatest albums nineteen seventy was golden era for music. You know. and that's why. I've always been a fan of really kinda like that hard drive in drum baseline so multiple. That sound came out of the seventies. So we're we're exploring some of the albums of nineteen seventy-one starting with january. We just talked about janis. Joplin's pearl and And what not so. But i would like to now. That things are shifting with my mom And i'm onto. I guess my next chapter. I would like to get back to interviewing. I used to do that on my show and I know you saw that. Larry king the thousand interviews. That's amazing fifty thousand interviews preppy thousand conversations. You know having this time with you is so sweet and so meaningful to me. Because first of all i been alone here in the south for a long time like many people it can be Can play a number on your heart and your head. But i just love talking about music and i love the creative process like you do and you know like when bruce talked about like you were saying. He wasn't sure if he was gonna. He wasn't even sure if there was anything left to that was coming if only if the news had been silenced or not just the way he's talked about how it all arrived like when he picked up the guitar. All those songs just literally tumbled out. You know of him. How do you put a show together. Camille well i have a little notebook so if things are hitting me during the week i taken note or if i hear a song on the radio and i'm like oh my gosh. I haven't heard that song them forever. I'll make a note. Like i just played edwin collins never met a girl like you before which is fabulous tuned from the early two thousand and then i know i'm gonna do music spotlight so i have a particular site that i go to and i am listening to the songs they're and picking out the ones i'm going to play. There's some fantastic. New artists outright. Now i'm always searching music news so i have a little notebook where every show is is in a notebook paper and i keep track of music news and i guess i've been doing it so long that i eventually kind of have all my ingredients. And then i get behind the mic and it just unfolds very organically like last week i have to say was very difficult because it was the day after my mom's one year marking jazz. A long time for me to get to an emotional neutrality so i could do the show but i talked about it actually because i..
"conte" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"How can you help them. What's going on. Show an interest in these places that have allowed you to see some some really. You know great axed so at. When i got into the radio station. I got to interview southside johnny. You know. I got to interview some gregg allman and and some of these really cool people but there was a rumor that was starting And one of the rooms was that bruce springsteen was dating a girl for montclair state college so of course the tournament well. It can't be true because that be me and it's right so that can't be true but it didn't didn't stop and like one time somebody came in like my god. Bruce was at an off campus kager last night. I'm like what. what are you talking about. Bruce springsteen was at a america so we come to find out that he was actually dating one of the young women because he was a young guy. The time From concert club. That i was apart of allow. And i'm like oh man like what so lots of fun stories around that but the most important one is. It's saturday and i'm coming down the steps into the student center at montclair state college to do my radio show and as i'm coming down the steps. Here's a vision. That's becoming apparent to me like one little piece at the time. So the first thing i see are these boots. He's pointed boots. All right the next thing. I see are these genes like by the time i got up to the belt. Buckle and the white t shirt. My heart was racing. Because i thought oh my gosh now. I'm pretty much at the end of the steps. Now and i gotta make a left to go down the hallway but clearly now i see right in front of me. Is this woman. Jenny and bruce springsteen remain extremely cool. Until i turned the corner was out of sight and then i bolted. I bolted down the hallway. Turned the corner hyperventilating. Talking myself down saying okay. Calm down calm down. Don't blow us you know. Get it together girl..
"conte" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Of how big of a fan. You're depending on your age economic situation where you live Can adjust that. So but for the record you keep track of how many times you've seen him. I don't keep track. I i have not been one of those people You know when i moved to alaska i gave up madison square garden for gas mountains. Right i never planned on staying in. Alaska wasn't my plan as much. Most things aren so there was a period there where i was going through a dehydration as it relates to rock and roll. I imagine how long were you in. Alaska i A long time thirty years. Wow yeah i grew up. I spent my adult life there. But you know. Alaska is a very Fantastic place that's where i was able to achieve really great success with my radio work down. Not we know win a marconi award because my work there was able to be a big fish in a small pond which is such a beautiful thing. I you know we need to get back to that we we. We need to come back to local. I really believe that one of the inside. This new design that we're starting to create is the value of local. Every town has its broadway. Every town has its stars and to just feel satisfied and meaningful and important in your own community not to say. You don't have aspirations because everybody does but too often. You're made to feel that if you don't hit the big toy that what you do where you do. It isn't meaningful enough. And that's that's not true at all so nineteen eighty-seven My wife and i got married. Eighty four in eighty six. We moved to dallas so eighty seven eighty eight We happen to be We had gone There's we started going to these local clubs the bands Miss molly and the whips You know eighty per calendar bohemians. You know sara hickman who. I've become very close friends with Brave combo you know. All these local bands That and you you fell in love with these local dallas bands. So you're going to see these new clubs in this this area and then you know the beauty of that is You know after the set you know. they're on stage. You can go and say. Hey i love this all jesse. It's good to see you again. Hey you know hi linda. How are you You know and i used to joke. That billy joel doesn't tell me afterwards like hey thanks for coming out to the show but these local musicians did yes and and you you you love that and so i can imagine you know there were people that you know saw bruce early like that and southside johnny and and you know in all these other musicians jersey shore. You know that it. You got that intimacy with them. And that's why you know growing up with live bands in bars. Guess like a special thing. I would love to just tell you a couple of other please. Oh you know. I went to mock thursday college. Okay and.
"conte" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Course in nineteen seventy five. I wouldn't know this then but thinking about it and talking with you. Now i think i think the sound was too sophisticated for me. Okay i i was at the age where pop music was really. My was resonating with me. It was a match for my maturity so it was really the darkness album Where i was saying you'd buy rock and roll I you know we look back now. Finally i'm sure you do too sir. The ritual of music yes. You're going to the record store flipping through the bins. Or you know coming home and taking that cellophane off and opening up that album. Cover art and the lyrics and but that but that moment where you put that album on the record player and you drop that needle onto that grew when i did that to darkness on the edge of town i my life seriously was changed and i was never the same again. Thanks thank goodness What happened when i heard that music is. I heard myself lake pent up. I was pent up at the time So i heard i heard and felt this this tension and this anx and this this frustration. I heard a voice that felt caged And i also heard the environment of new jersey in the song. So i heard i heard the geographical notes of of where i was living at the time as well but i also heard hope i heard someone who's trying to break free. I heard somebody who saw something larger for themselves than what they what they had grown up around so yeah darkness on the edge of town. Nineteen seventy eight That's that's what drew me all the way in was that emotionality and that of course that that sound. I had never heard anything like that guitar. I mean what the hell was that. Sure you go back. And you're losing to. Adam raised a cain and this man is like channeling all that angst with the lawsuits and everything in them..
"conte" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"You know we don't do death in our country now and we don't have the psychic structure and have not had it to deal in march or may when it was eighty five thousand people who had lost their lives to complications of gobin. We don't have the the mechanisms to process to wrap our hearts and brains around four hundred thousand people. So it the whole and look bruce like when nine eleven happened and that guy said we need you and bruce came out with album it was medicine yes and just like we didn't know we needed him behind the mic as a dj he delivered with this album because this album is about death. It's about loss it's about grief. It's about hope it's about ghosts and angels and honestly i know for so many people myself included. That was a lifeline. That album just saved me this year. I wept the entire time. You know death is not the end. I'll see you in my dreams. I mean what a gift so camille i. I started saying this in august or september. That when i started rumors that we're going to get a new album and i started saying if we get a new springsteen album in october a new president november. Then maybe twenty twenty won't be the worst year ever and i don't say that's make light of the four hundred thousand people died absolute. But just this ray of sunshine and And you you. When you think. And and i've told the story a couple of times. I got so mad because some jerk was on facebook saying brucie's the quick putting out albums. He's diluting his legacy. And i wanna go f- you buddy. There's nothing this guy can do to destroy his legacy in a studio now. I you know. I'm not gonna say if something weird happened about him which i would be shocked. Because he's been squeaky clean his whole life. But there's nothing musically he can do to destroy his legacy i. I don't care if he wants to do a polka album. Thank bruce go do a polka album. We love you. Whatever you wanna do creatively you have that right to do. Yeah well and this guy represents the fan just like watching a the dylan documentary out where people feel like an artist. Isn't supposed to creatively grow. Like people actually called. Bob dylan a traitor. They literally said that word because he went from who stick to electric. Yes now you know people like this guy. They have distorted ideas about the artist. And their your to to serve..
"conte" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Well you know well first of all. I'm doing well because unhealthy and i have all of my basic needs. Met right now and i'm grateful my mom Who i was caring for here in new jersey in the house. I grew up in which is where i'm at now. She passed away january twenty eighth last year. We just had that one year marking It was sadden and It was pretty devastating. I imagine they don't quite tell you the emotional violence that one can feel and go through with the loss of for me. My mother three weeks later. I talk about this virus so you know what a what a gift that i we got inside the last moments of normal and so but that event kicked me over over the edge and my first time back behind the mic after her service is just this raw experience. I brought my walk with grief to my show. And because i had no other choice. Yeah that's that's where. I live there and i listened back to that show with tremendous respect for myself because i was so vulnerable and so raw but my mom was also instill is the world's greatest joke teller and she tells the joke of the week on my show. Yeah so she's been telling jokes on my show since two thousand fourteen and so she's a staple on the show and there was all of that so like many people. It's it's been very difficult. was very humbling experience for sure. So gotta so. Eerie camille worked for taping this on the last day in january In this will come out on two three weeks. I i try to book a little bit in advance. But i just had this morning. I had a uk podcast her. Who's podcast is the bereavement broom and it is all about dealing with grief and the passing and we talked Almost an hour about her podcast than what she's doing And that sometimes you know. She says society You know we don't have people aren't sure what to say. Businesses like okay. You get three days. Okay i've lost my mother. I've lost my father. And i've got three business days that you know and i know some people were very kind and other businesses. But it is you know. How do you handle through that. Greece was a great discussion. Now i i think The catharsis of sharing. I can see how that would be very healing for you and healing for your audience. Because they know her she was the joke lady right she was part of your life. Yeah and and and yeah..
Senators Grilled Law Enforcement Leadership About the Capitol Riot in Washington DC
"For the first time publicly since the deadly attack on the Capitol, the law enforcement officer off officials rather in charge of keeping things safe, or grilled today in hearing in the Senate. CBS is Stacey Lynn has more from Capitol Hill. One of the notable things from this hearing is about this FBI report that apparently came by email from the Norfolk Field office the day before the riot suggesting extremists were preparing for war. Metropolitan Police Acting Chief Robert Conte says that report came by email and says he believes a warning of that level would warrant at least a phone call or something. The head of the FBI's office in Washington said Once they got the warning on January, the fifth, they quickly shared it with other law enforcement agencies, including In the Capitol police. But Steven Son, the ex Capitol police chief, testified he was unaware the department had received the report until weeks after the
66-year-old Silver Spring man charged in fatal shooting of 60-year-old man in Northeast Washington DC
"Police had to shoot a silver spring man last night. He'll live will also be charged with murder and assault on a police officer. When D. C police arrived around Children placed Northeast, they found a 60 year old man shot dead in a 66 year old man standing around with a gun in his hand. D. C. Police chief Robert Conte explains what happened next as they engaged the suspect asking suspect to put that weapon down. He did not. The officers engaged. The suspect in father shot. A
Armed murder suspect shot, hospitalized by Washington DC police
"Police shot an armed man in Northeast D. C last night, and near that seen another man was found dead Easy. Police officers were called to the 5900 block of chilling plays, nor these for what the acting police chief calls investigated. Trouble call. It's where a man was found on the ground dead nearby. Another Man carrying what is described as a long gun, which acting Chief Robert Conte says he refused to put down the officers engaged the suspect of far too shot. That suspect was also injured. The suspect has been taken to an area hospital with now police. You're trying to figure out the connection between those two people and what happened in the moments before they arrived. It speaks to, you know the level of violence that we see in terms of people having access to firearms.
Washington, DC police shoot armed suspect, 1 man found dead
"Armed man in northeast D. C last night, and near that seen another man was found dead. The investigation Ongoing. Now see police officers were called to the 5900 block of Children plays northeast for what the acting Police chief calls investigating trouble call. It's where a man was found on the ground dead nearby. Another man carrying what is described as a Long gun, which acting Chief Robert Conte says he refused to put down the officers engaged the suspect of far too shot. That suspect was also injured. The suspect has been taken to an area hospital with now police. You're trying to figure out the connection between those two people and what happened in the moments before they arrive. Think it speaks to, you know the level of violence that we see in terms of people having access to firearms? John Dome and W
Washington DC Launches Task Force To Combat Spike In Carjackings
"The district is one of a handful of cities across the country experiencing a major spike in Carjackings. Acting police chief Robert Conte forming a Carjacking task force made above detectives dedicated to reducing the crime. They're working with a T. F FBI and U S Attorney's office in county says they Tracking Carjackings now to establish suspect patterns and make arrest task force. Also working to alert businesses and some of the city's hot spots and asking that you always park and lock your car. Even if you're running into a store or restaurant for just a few seconds. Never leave your engine running. And unattended. I know that with the cold weather, it is tempting to leave your car running water running very quickly to pick up a delivery. But this leaves your car vulnerable to death. Now. Recently, police were able to find a car that was stolen with a child inside. The toddler was unhurt. Carjackings in D C up 143% last year compared to the year
Italy: Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte resigns
"Prime Minister just separate content, resigned today pushing the country into political uncertainty. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports. The power vacuum comes as Italy grapples with the covert 19 pandemic and severe economic stagnation counted formally handed his resignation to president said drama to read law at noon today, public with some Latina Good. Sam painted, the president's chief of staff, said moderator will begin consultations tomorrow with all political leaders to try to form a new government contest. Government. A coalition of the anti establishment five star movement and center left parties is the 66 since the end of World War two in the fall of fascism. Political scientists, Roberto D'Alimonte, he says Italians are unfortunately used to government crisis. We have not resolved in Italy the issue of political stability of government stability, and this is another example of these Malaysian on the Italian political system. But this government collapse is particularly ominous. Italy continues to Battle Cove in 19, which has already killed more than 86,000 people and devastated the country's already weak economy. People do not understand really, why We were in the political crisis, which is really internal for the political plans flash of conditions. That clash of ambitions were sparked by grumblings among coaches coalition partners In recent months, they began to complain about his centralization of power and his handling of some $240 billion in recovery funds Italy is to receive from the European Union. Last week, former Prime Minister Matteo Renzi withdrew his party's support in protest over cold his handling of the second phase of the pandemic and what he called contest lack of vision for Italy's future. Dante hopes to get the nod to try to form another government. But Dolly Monte says he's not irreplaceable. My government as soon as possible, went without culture and go on and take care of the epidemic in the recovery plane. Members of the outgoing coalition want at all costs to avert snap elections, which increases pressure on the squabbling politicians to reach a compromise.
Conte quits as Italy's PM in tactical bid to build new majority
"Collapse. Italy's prime minister has resigned after a Cabinet meeting. The Italian prime minister Giuseppe Quanta, handed in his resignation to the head of state said Drama Tallulah contest decision came after he lost his absolute majority in the Senate when a junior partner, the Italian Viva party, headed by former Prime Minister Matteo Oren. Si quit complaining about the government's handling of the Corona virus crisis and economic recession in Italy. Sabina Castle Franco CBS
1 dead, in early morning shooting in Southeast Washington DC
"Shooting at a market in D. C has left a person dead and police are trying to find the shooters. Shots were fired inside in outside a market in the 1400 block of good Hope Road at around 9 A.m.. Two people were found shot at the scene. D C. Police chief Robert Conte says three others who had been shot showed up a nearby hospitals. One of the victims died from their injuries. It's still unclear who was the intended target. Conte says. There were at least four suspects right now it appears more than one of them opened fire before getting away in a white two door Honda Accord heading south bound Anyone with information should contact D C. Police. Melissa how w. Japanese. Now to the
Washington DC officer seen crushed in doorway speaks out
"We're hearing from the police officer who was nearly crushed to death in a doorway is rioter stormed the U. S Capitol last week. Disturbing video has been shared around the world. And tonight he's one of three police officers speaking about confronting the violent mob. Sam Ford from our Washington D. C sister station has a story. We've seen the images now. Acting D C. Police chief Robert Conte let three MPD officers who were there talk. That was the one that was crushed in the door, but they have a heroic story. It's the tunnel through which a president walks out for the inaugural ceremony. But January 6th these three officers were there in the crush, fighting to keep out of that capital entrance. Rioters who police that had bear Mace It's not only painful, but you literally can't open your eyes and when you can open your eyes and you're in the middle of what way would call a fight? The struggle was sometimes in the cops favor. Sometimes in the rioters. I guess I got pin through the small back and forth we had fighting for, you know every inch Fourth District Officer, Hodges was trapped in the back and forth thought, you know this might be it. I might die and there's nothing I can do to defend myself at this point, so I just started screaming my lungs for the under. Give me a way out. Get me a ladder retreat, he said a rider beating with his own baton before other officers freed him, and when police managed to push riders out, officer Michael for known, said they yanked him out with him beating him tasing him because guys were like crabbing here off my vest, and they ripped my badge from me and people were trying to grab my gun. I remember guys chanting like killing with his own gun. Um, I thought about killing people, the Blue High grad said. Instead, he told the writers he had kids. Some shielded him until his partner, officer Jimmy Albright, at the top of this picture, got him back in the tunnel. He suffered a mild heart attack hospitalized two days. The other officers were not hospitalized. Really stunning. The officers say that they were stunned that many of those writers believe the police were supposed to be helping them break into the capital. The FBI has
Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser on securing Biden’s inauguration
"And here in our nation's capital, there is a new ring of security and its historic, led by the U. S Secret Service. The National Guard police from the region and intelligence officials setting up checkpoints and barriers across the city, especially here on Capitol Hill and around the White House, D C. Police chief Robert Conte and the mayor of Washington, D. C. Muriel Bowser. Outlining what the city will look like for the next week. How many National gardens Guardsmen will officially be in the area? We're just getting ah, Couple of conflicting reports, and I'll throw this out there to Mayor Bowser. Recent report showed that you were just the target of an attack on January 6 that just came out today. Based on some court court records one. Do you have any plans to beef up the security around for yourself and two? Can you just comment on the fact that there has been a threat against you? When asked the chief to comment, or she's responsible for my security. Absolutely thank you. For all the questions the first one respect to the to the National Guard. Those numbers the final numbers because this has been designated as a national special security event. The final numbers will be provided from the United States. Secret Service. Thank you can expect to see somewhere upwards beyond 20,000 members of the National Guard that will Be here in the footprint of the District of Columbia response to the mayor's security. Obviously, the Metropolitan Police Department personally were responsible for that. But we do not discuss the specifics of the Bears a of her security detail. Thank you. Okay, Michael may about in addition to which you've already proposed in terms of planning for the inauguration. There's also been some other pretty extreme measures that have been floated. Governor Hogan alluded to stop Being metro service and a broader DC lockdown. We've also heard about restrictions on hotels and even stopping and tax services. Are there any updates on these measures or anything else you're considering Michael. Thank you for that question, and I we should ask D C residents to expect some impacts to transportation. That includes Metro that, in addition to the roadway closures or perimeters that have been set up in D C theme service may recommend some other changes to transportation network system, including roads around the city. And when those things have been determined, we will let you know. That is not Tuz the overuse word that is not unprecedented in the planning for the first Obama inauguration, for example, there were while the I would say that the are law enforcement was responding to a couple of things. In that case, as you
"conte" Discussed on How I Built This
"Hey everyone just a quick thanks to our sponsors salesforce. Small businesses needed a steady partner. In today's changing world. Salesforce gives you sales service and marketing all in one secure platform accessible from anywhere. So you can connect your teams share information and automate processes and best of all. They're here to help at any time with service. Support proactive tips to help you grow form deeper connections with your customers starting. Now try it for free at salesforce dot com slash. Smb thanks also to click up. You don't need to exist. On four hours of sleep to be productive enter click up a completely customizable work platform with all the features. You've ever needed to build your business all in one place. Join one hundred thousand teams across companies like airbnb google and uber who are already using click up to level up their productivity and save one day a week guaranteed click up is free forever get started at click up dot com slash. Npr today thanks also to workday in today's changing world fast decisions need to be smart decisions. That's why workday delivers quick insights to help your finance team plan for what's next workday the finance hr and planning system more at workday. Dot com with civil unrest the pandemic and the economic crisis. You want to know what's happening right when you wake up and that's why there is up. I the news you need in about ten minutes from. Npr news. listen every day. Hey welcome back to how. I built this from npr. I'm garros so it's march of twenty thirteen and jack conte and his former college sam yam have decided to launch a new crowd funding site that will let fans pay a few dollars a month to sustain their favorite budding musicians. Podcasters writers and artists in sam is so excited about jack's idea that literally the very day they have that first meeting in san francisco. Sam goes home to work on the coding. I started working probably more passionately than ever on on any other project For me it felt like a race. And i was just i even had this fear i remember that. If we didn't move fast on this someone else was going to do it. And we were allowed. Gret that and for people don't understand how coding works like what's the first step like i mean it's essentially it's like if it's like a bunch of lego bricks you start to build the the base level of of the building yes Coating is is what you do at some point but what you're really putting together our whole bunch of designs and photoshop's and thinking through the psychology of like why user would do this and that and so i think the way least i approach. This particular project was sort of laying out all the main journeys of users and then painstakingly moving pixels around To get it to a level where you felt okay. This is an experience that i think is going to work. And it wasn't going to cost a lot of money to get it off the ground. A no i mean. I had launched a number of projects before it was probably going to be a few hundred to two thousand dollars and i think we were splitting. I think it was in the email too few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars. You're saying yeah that was it yet. Why was so cheap. Is it because. I is it because normally the biggest fees would go towards a software engineer. And sam you're basically the software engineer. I think this was the case. I know i grew up in the area with startups. Where were you had to Rent hardware and setups your servers and co locations but by this point several years after that you could launch an entire service often the cloud and that began with the spoke up. Yeah apps and iphone apps and so by this era you could launch very cheaply and sort of scale up as needed and for us. You know art the dreamland that i had in mind around. What we're going to do was Jack obviously had had a huge plan to launch his audience and on top of that he had this whole network of artists and creators. And we're going to be launching on day one with just millions of Of fans and artists talking about how You could support them on patriot. And so i wasn't even thinking about how we needed money and that was through. That would be jack through the pomace website Youtube channel essentially. Yeah in other words we were going to. We're gonna not. Populist is going to be my personal youtube channel. Which was you know where. I was uploading all that electric stuff and so i was i. Yeah the plan was like put up a youtube video on my youtube channel. Send my fans over to patriot. And that's kind of how will start we. Also you know i. I did want to launch a bunch of other artists. Sam mentioned so we made a list of like forty forty or so creating new to call up. These are not like world famous creators. right these are just have like pretty strong local small followings folks who i thought like. Hey you're in the same boat that i'm in right now and Let's like let's do this. Let's i think this could be valuable to you. And so yeah. We made an excel spreadsheet with with those folks and i found their contact info and Reached out to all forty of them and And and all forty of them said no. Oh forty of them said no forty of them said no. They were like no. I don't feel comfortable asking people to pay me money crickets. Yeah were you surprised. I was surprised. But i wasn't I didn't think it mattered. I thought like well. Let's do it anyway and people will come around. They'll they'll come around to this. So i wasn't wasn't like bummed about it i just thought okay. Let's let's do it ourselves. Let's launch with me and my roommate also wanted to launch lauren. O'connell was one of the first three craters on unpatriotic. And natalie wanted to launch to so the three of us yet my girlfriend at the time. So we we launched with just three of us on day one of patriots and the idea was you would take this. This video for pedal society working on. And that's where would premiere. You premiere this video on youtube or whatever and get people to to go to on and support this video. Yeah i at the end of the pedals video. I put flog where i told people about the idea. And i said hey. I'm building this new thing. And i don't think it's just going to help me. I think it could help a lot of people and check it out and let me know what you think. If you're if you're up for it. Join me on this on this journey so from the time that you guys met on march six two thousand thirteen to the time you launched. How long was that. We launched the. May i think jack well so really quickly. We didn't have all the pieces there when we launched but we had it was we had enough. We couldn't for example We couldn't process all the payments. At that time. I looked any of that up. We could accept your credit card and so that would get saved very securely by the way because we weren't gonna stripe but we haven't built any of the logic to actually handle the the processing of the funds. And what did you ask for jack in the news said. Hey whatever you can do just To to fund my work Please contribute. I think i had four tiers a dollar five dollars ten dollars and then the night before i thought screw it. I'm got to put up a hundred dollar tier one's going to buy it. But i'll just do that where you can kind of do a.
"conte" Discussed on How I Built This
"At some point you might get tired of hearing me say that every great business idea often starts as a problem in need of a solution but one reason i keep coming back to. This is the sheer almost stupid. Simplicity of it. It's an equation. You explain to a six year. Old frustration equals idea. Equals action equals solution. Think about jamie semenov who worked out of his garage. He needed to see who was at the front door when the doorbell rang to decide whether to get up and opened the door or stay so he built a video doorbell for himself and then he turned it into a business called ring. Melissa butler couldn't find bolden bright lipstick colors so she created her own and then turned that idea into a business called the lip bar. Mike radan nba had to bike seventeen miles to high school so to make that journey easier. He turned his bike into an electric bike. And that idea eventually became rad. Power bikes and jack conte's problem. It was a problem that at first glance doesn't seem that problematic back in two thousand nine. He and his then girlfriend. Now wife natalie formed a band called pablo moose and in september of that year they released a cover version of beyond says ladies and they made a video to go with it. Video got billions of views and their youtube channel blew up. They were doing media interviews and selling some of their music on i tunes so you're probably wondering what was the problem. Well having lots of followers and viewers doesn't necessarily translate into a sustainable business especially after all the middlemen take their cut. So jack set out to solve this problem and he wondered. Is there a way for artists to make their art. In a sustainable way without a big record label or publisher or studio backing them and the answer he came up with is patriotic. Patriot is a platform that connects artists with their most passionate fans. Fans who willingly pay a monthly subscription to support their favorite artists since its launch in two thousand thirteen patriotic has attracted about two hundred thousand creators including some names that you might know like youtuber jackson bird or the musician beardie man or the podcast chapo trap house but mostly patriotic help support people. You've never heard of ukulele teachers. Graphic artists film reviewers science fiction. Writers fantasy footballers and that sort of how its creators. jack conte and sammy am envisioned. It for starters both salmon. Jack had creative instincts from very early on. Jack grew up in the bay area where he was fascinated with puppetry and loved making his own animations. Sam grew up in pittsburgh where he worked as a waiter at his parents restaurant and actually really loved programming. His calculator and from a young age both of them were also really into music. Sam played classical. Piano and jack started out playing jazz in fact their mutual love of music might be why they were paired up as roommates when they started their freshman year at stanford in two thousand. Two here's jack. I think it was just one of those relationships that <hes>. that was relatively. I mean at least saying my recollection. It was like easy like it doesn't it didn't take a lot of work. We just kind of it. Just kind of worked. Yeah i think we also had a easygoing humor to to us that we found. Maybe some of the same lacob type things funny and <hes>. The same friend groups that eventually brought over <hes>. I think really resonated with me too. So what were you studying in college. <hes> chocolate let's start with you. I studied music. You know my whole life. I've been on the arts. Had kind of been like the side thing. But i was on the you know the science and math kind of track. <hes> grown up and <hes>. I love physics in high school. I thought i wanted to be a physical measure when i got to college and then <hes>. I remember getting to this like the next level of physics. And i was sitting in a class and i think movies often show you like one. Moment of realization in life is rarely like that life is usually like a slow burn. But this was really one moment realization for me sitting in this class whereas like this is not what i wanna do and <hes>. I just. I was just thinking about songs. I was thinking about music theory class. I was thinking about other things. And that's where my brain was going. And i didn't wanna do physics and i. I remember like sitting on a bench after that physics class for probably forty five minutes. I just sat there and just thought about what that meant for me. Because i was i was. It was kind of a one of those moments in college that feels pivotal
"conte" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Best player overall in real madrid and is proving that everybody that is is a real top striker. When i remember marina was telling him that he wasn't a killer i mean he makes is the for for the team every time he has a chance to score it. Does i mean you could have. I'd hat if you didn't touch the cross ball but it was. It was a fantastic game from remarried. And i'm so ashamed for munching gaza. What kind of game is that when you go. They look like pupils in front teachers. I mean that was such a shame for for for the coach and and the players. I don't understand that kind of that kind of behavior when you play and you know that you need a draw draw but you don't play at all you so scared as he said. I don't understand that they were. It wasn't a professional performance for sure and stevie no coincidence obviously here ronald's back row madrid back winning in the champions the listen. Sergio ramos could assault on the half a cup of tea and a cigarette. All ninety minutes because merchant gladbach is the boy. Said what up. A joke the actually. It kepchik advocate checking the table. To see will the where because the look to say that. I'd already been knocked over. The luther say assad and forth under no chance of going anywhere in the regardless gutless. They didn't chase. it didn't hire. I mean it was just awful. But you can't take away from from particularly benza. To greet head to greek cross. He's and they thoroughly deserve the one. But i mean merging data. What is when this draw comes out. Everybody wants mentioned gladbach. I can tell you that they all through to. That drove the first time ever in the history of the club. Meanwhile extra time.
"conte" Discussed on The Prememento Podcast
"They ended up being sent out pretty shortly thereafter on loads of Blues and I think it was kind of things have gone from winning the league to your start in a player in the first game of the next season really just to prove a point that's quite swiftly quite quick and I suppose maybe it was a private kind of thinking about you lost a cup finals. So, why'd you knocking maybe I think that's a bit of a stretch too. But if it is kind of, you know, there's certain things beginning to go off the field which way is easier for a downward spiral after defeating a cup final two. Yeah. We went we be asked all free to so excited would have made some big if when Diego was going up to collect his Winner's medal Picante whispers are going I suppose if there were any Chelsea fans actually still listening. They will be delighted to hear that from here on in, Georgia. As we transition this backwards it is nothing but roses and delightful trophy-laden paradises in terms of Antonio Conte off into the Premier League. And as I said die takes that season by storm and wins the Premier League title in his first season and it's just a case of we'll get onto the the truck new ones of what he managed to achieve at the star that season from the switch as it were but just that run toward the end of the season we talk about different managers and Chelsea manager specifically fit into this category. That's a hell of a finish maybe the lazy comparisons work in his favor to a certain degree in terms of like well, an Italian is not going to fuck this up show I suppose it. Maybe it was a bit like you've got massive lead at one stage. You've kind of put the afterburners on your mileage. I suppose it's a bit like if the toys in their head hairs got Miles Ahead, he starts like doing his kisses to the crowd and all that type of thing. But instead of carrying on pissing around he sees the turn a very merry. Yeah. I got wasted we had so kind of just puts that extra bit of energy to get themselves over the line because they win the league five wins on the bounce at the back end of the season ends up being usurped in later seasons in terms of a number of wins of the truck the end of the season to clinch a dial, but in terms of that kind of winning mentality said without the last eight ten wins out the last twelve they did get themselves a good cushion with the aforementioned 13 in a row kind of early on in the season for the auspicious starts. But yeah, that was less kind of figuring of always got a bottle it because you know, there was a really anything to really back that up cuz it was so new to the league and kind of relatively unknown in inverted commas because he was not dead. I apologize. I'm not sure that time. Yeah, I suppose it would kind of bounced off the back as it were and allowed them to you know, come to be solid red line. I mean, I remember together when the league actually like I actually went away at West Brom and it was kind of relatively as I try to view. It wasn't last day to season it was whatever the phrase is for the game before the penultimate game of the season Troy of threats and penultimate about everybody doesn't defense. Yeah gives a situation they you know, mid-week game few fixtures to fit it at the end of the season juicer cup runs and just getting the job done really minimum of fuss considering what was on offer and you're talking about really in terms of you know, we've had debates in various different combinations about.
"conte" Discussed on The Prememento Podcast
"Fortunately. You kind of get the feeling that maybe just was taking a longer period of time to agree that compensation package with Napoli which funnily enough they then had to agree with you more lucrative compensation package with Conte for getting rid of I'm going to try and separate my feelings toward Chelsea in this Regard in terms of the cup final at the very least and wage that was going around at the time and I know what you mean in terms of the aftermath of this it was really bizarre in the sense that it was common knowledge that. He was gone to the point. Where the recipe Things that you hear in football even as a neutral fun, and I'm not neutral don't you go I know that's bulshit. I know that's got certain degree of truth to it. This is true. This is happening. It's not Michael but I don't have an insult but this is happening and contacting was definitely one of them and that doesn't even necessarily apply to after the cut final the thing I was going to talk about in terms of the cult Fallen itself is if he wasn't a way to go do you think I would want that or is that more of a reach in terms of retrospective? It's difficult to say cuz I suppose you Jetta SEL. We know he's going will play for the manager, but he probably in a large centrally lost address here is that point I think players with flame for personal Pride. I mean if you know, somebody's going even if you not particularly her father them you don't go and lose a cop final thought I got to put an extra effort for him..
"conte" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The company conte go are being recalled over a spout that could actually become a choking hazard this is the second time this product has been recalled in the past several months more than four hundred complaints have been lodged against county go claiming the spout of the bottle came loose you return it you can get a new one new study shows many parents in the United States are delaying the process of immunizations for their baby Emory University researchers looking at more than fifteen thousand children under nineteen months nationwide found only sixty three percent were given vaccines on time twenty three percent had a limited number of shots or skipped at least one vaccine and another fourteen percent did not comply with recommendations fifty eight percent were up to date on all immunizations by nineteen to thirty five months the study I buy to misinformation about vaccines in recent years and reservations about giving too many at one time Dave Schreiber A. B. C. news anchor on NBC's today show says she's got to go under the knife apparently has some problems for throats more details from CBS news correspondent Matt Piper she speaks for a living and Chanel Jones who anchors the third hour of NBC's today show says she'll take some time off for vocal cord surgery doctors found a non cancerous Pollock four years after a producer first noticed a problem with your voice I thought you could just drink some tea with honey and we get better I had no idea it's a whole separate part of your anatomy but if you feel like your horse for an extended period of time constantly losing your voice towards raspy they haven't always been so asking just go get it checked out the mom of three says she's even been skipping out on brunches with girlfriends because the champagne makes her lose her voice following the surgery the forty one year old says she's not supposed to speak for two weeks should be off the air for six weeks mac Piper CBS news hi honors for a grocery bagger here in Massachusetts names top dog in this state and now a worker at Roach brothers in downtown crossing is headed to San Diego for the national competition twenty eight year old Kathleen maroon is on cloud nine after winning the state competition I got down to like the last two girls and then when they called the other girl's name and I had one it was it was really exciting but going to the nationals is a big deal I am both nervous and excited but like I don't know something about this round that's little more nerve wracking she tries to get in an hour of practice a day and store manager mark when also says it's paid off focus focus focus and well coached and define Monday she does become the best bagger champion what's she going to do with the ten thousand dollar price I'm going to put most of it in the bank accounts and forget I even have it in downtown crossing Suzanne sauce will WBZ Boston's news.
"conte" Discussed on ESPN FC
"No idea what within right now all we go <hes> poll mariners bugle will return specifically for you based on today's today's performance. Do you expect to rome lukaku to scold more than twenty goals this season. If so we'll let restore his standing as inverted commas will strike. I mean i i. I'm kind of amused how quickly guys gain or lose their tags. This is a guy who scored twenty goals. A season in the primarily regularly for for a number of years was the subject of enormous move to manchester united scored or two bunch of goals in his first season getting scored in his second season but on the way the year before that was on a very strong belgium team in the world cup now all of a sudden we're we're we're worrying about whether he's any good i think the number of goals scored matters less than the contribution that he brings in terms of positively in terms of of video play with the others and in terms of giving counter that that physical presence fry it doesn't matter if it's lukaku scoring goring or or allowed at all or are bra bras or whatever <hes> i i don't know i think it's kinda funny. How all of a sudden lukaku was being become like this giant horse turned. Who's got this massive reputation to go and turn around twenty goals f._a. You you think they're going to start well next question from hamish which is a name we don't get enough of on this show angel robertson that could soccer replicate crickets vocal vaas system where the off-field umpire audibly observes and then interprets the planet rugby as the same so the thing isn't it when you actually hear officials talking through the whole process of what they go for some reason for some reason football referees and the administrators and the they don't want to do without going to stuff they wanna vity listening. I have a problem with that. I mean we've had this discussion before about how much you allow defines to to see in. Here's as decisions being made. I have no problem with nobody being involved in decision what i would like to see more of his this post game an explanation as a whole you get to the decisions all over to you know the use of the vowel whatever it was as as we had this weekend explain explain why the bar again tim i heat why wasn't reached a why you felt wasn't referred to over tune. I don't think you need you'd have that kind of information. Real time <hes>. Would you wanna say craig. What's really well in cricket rugby baffler. I wouldn't want so different. Sports different cultures different environments different sets of fans. I mean seriously i did. They've been colossal screw ups and rugby. Nobody threatened to go and blow up the referee or burn the studio and i'd nobody caused riding. That's happened in football. This is just the reality of it football independent much wider scale then he's a different level of media attention. I agree with chaka. I wanna hear this stuff after the game. It could be a transcript to commune explanation spur nation if you really complaining. I what i love about these people. Please tell me about how it would work right the manchester city game. You have rodri- on lamilla v._r. Looks at it does nothing sticks with the referee's decision. What would you like that because either the same people complain that v._r. Takes along. Would you like the match to stop while we hear the audio between the referee and the v._r. And the v._r.
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"Hello there welcome into the show adrian healey here in the company of shack his law steve nicole and craig craig burley and coming in on english bank holiday monday gab mal cody as well <hes> going beyond the call of duty. We'll get the the price for the latest. Start in european club football went into. They played their first game of the season. It was a nice soft opening for them as well as lecce with the visitors to the zero four nil win for the first game at antonio conte john fisk game of course for rome lula kaku playing up front hunt for craig. You can only beat what's in front of you but they certainly took care of business now but as you said a team promoted from sarabi you're ah holm. You've spent a fair amount of money. Your coach was high hopes so it's a it's a great star agreed when you go and so you're going on social media with social media you don't do you think you think milan just wanted to milan. Dr brian is giving them the league. I mean honestly i mean it's you know kacoos bray and ours look at mkaku when he played for united against teams that level coming into the premier league dominated so no lesson. You can only do you do ball. Doesn't everybody just can't wait to get carried away. Seamlessly might be wrong here. Well i mean honest. Well the players the plasma celebrate and is if the book on the hill among misdemeanor well. Is this the end of the season what about romolo lukaku stevie first first impressions in syria for the it just roll those scores against leche okay when he tones round and schools against us. I will be the fox person to prison highly. I'm going to be skeptical much itchy and this ready you. How do you coach and you have new players coming. This is exactly the kind of team. I'm exactly kind of performance. You want just to get things going on blues away quite a few cobwebs. It allows allows people to set lynn getting a little bit of confidence and you take that for what it is no question they're going to be bigger test to come on very soon but for ninety minutes the football and all the uncertainty that comes into what happened over the summer you take this performance. You realize leche created a few chances game. Show you know a few. I'm an end to enter dominated. The created quite a few chances in the game so level-headedness here would well enjoy enjoy beat a team from senator. Be talking of level-headedness gap your impressions of opening night for inter well look. I think things were made easier. I mean as we heard there. Let you came there and their credit. They played open and i think that's why they created. Some chances and that's why you enter probably had more chance. It's not going to be like this week in week out but i think in terms of the of the reaction of the players and the enthusiasm a lot of it has to do and i it doesn't always come through on television but injure are one of the five highest drawing teams in europe. You're talking sixty ninety five thousand a game last season there thereabouts and tape it waiting for this for so long for reason to get excited reason reason to get high and i think this is the reason gob. I just told you it's on. I mean it's that i think above everything else so he's able to create this positively where look i know. There are some people who think that lukaku is lots and ebrahim. Marco van boston rolled into one those people you pity but i think most injure fans watched the premier league. Lukaku has this weaknesses and the strengths but right now. There's also there's tremendous faith in clinton maybe unjustified faith but they remember what he did of course with vendors but also with italy at the euros with when he was working casino and a dare and loud and lukaku are better than pele.