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Lightning strike early, beat Maple Leafs 7-3 to even series

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Lightning strike early, beat Maple Leafs 7-3 to even series

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"culleton  " Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:34 min | 11 months ago

"culleton " Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Sir. Jerry. Whatever his name is Jim, Jim Jim. Um, it is time now for one of the most popular segments of the day on this day and today Is September 13th and you know what happened back on September. 13th 509 bc frank No, you hadn't been born quite yet. The Temple of Jupiter on Rome's Capitoline Hill Capital Line. Hill is dedicated on the eyes of September. It was the most important temple In ancient Rome. It makes sense anything space related. It was always going to be a big winner over there on this day in 1948 Republican representative Margaret Chase Smith Defeated Democrat Adrian's Culleton by a margin of 71 to 29%. In doing so, she became the first woman to represent Maine in the Senate and the first woman to serve in both houses of Congress. Oh, that's wonderful. On this day, September 13th 1 22 A D. They started to build Hadrian's wall in northern England. It's known as the Roman Wall, or picks wall or Val, Um, Adriani in Latin. It's a former defensive fortification. Of the Roman province of Britannia, and you can still see the wall if you visit on this day in 1953 Marilyn Monroe made her official television debut on the Jack Benny Show. Now on this day in 3 35, the Church of Holy Supporter supporter culture, right Replica.

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"culleton  " Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"culleton " Discussed on WTVN

"On the next leg of his first foreign trip and a high stakes one day NATO summit. He spoke briefly as agreed NATO Secretary General on arrival today We have, uh, Russia that is not acting in a way that is consistent with what we had hoped. And as well as China. It's the first impersonator gathering since the start of the pandemic. Biden does meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday in Geneva. Have more info on a Columbus base mall owner is filing for bankruptcy that's coming up at the top of the hour. That's tough to hear 7 48 into traffic and weather together from temp star heating and cooling products. Here's an darling traffic moving in from Morrow County is slowing down on 71 South Band, The state route 61. That's due to an earlier accident are East Freeway is starting to build on 70 westbound. Between Miller Culleton and the East split. We've got an accident on Alum Creek Drive in front of DeVry. This report is brought to you by indeed dot com Not to be a backseat driver. But if you need to hire great people fast you need indeed. Sponsor a job and you immediately get a list of qualified candidates whose resumes on indeed that's your job description more at indeed dot com slash credit, traffic and Weather together Power by TIM Star in classic air I'm an darling and news radio 6 10 w T V s a B c six. First warning whether with Andrew Buck Michael powered by the basement, Dr Andrew A little more rain on the way, huh? Yeah, we had the Cold front moved through yesterday was triggered some scattered thunderstorms. Someone severe as a matter.

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"culleton  " Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"culleton " Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"On ABC radio. Look down. Well, look, there were being a fridge. For some. You know, on shortly for freshly married couple, they would benefit I loved it. Shane, unfortunately, has got quite the limp. As a result, But you know, I was very ash as you go a size the country Nice. I was very reluctant to commit physically, Tonto to anything And I'm you know, I'm talking intimately until my honeymoon. And if it's fair to say that during lockdown I went from Yeah, In my frequent flyer points in the horizontal department, I went from bronze to platinum in nine months. Very happy. That is, of course, Effie, Stephanie's Australia's favorite Greek goddess, talking about getting hitched through lockdown. You remember if he wants said hair is everything. The higher the hair the closer to God. So tonight we'll have Fe's creator, comedian Mary Costas on the show. Mary is bringing us in our fabulous music from her favorite decade, which is the 19 seventies. Welcome. Mary are so great to be here. Thank you so much know just to be clear. Did you actually get hitched? Or was it? Um, Just Effie. Just FBI got hitched a long time ago. Yeah, if he's recently hitched. Fabulous Now, if he is such a legendary figure in obviously Australian comedy, When did you first create her? And why, Um, I came torto very quick conclusion when at the third year Um, performance of drama school. I went to university and study drama. My parents came to the final performance after three years of watching their daughter go off and want to be an actress, and they arrived and I did some esoteric, weird performance piece and my dad who was very bright. Said to me afterwards, I really don't know what I just saw. And at that point I think I made the decision that if I can't entertain my own parents or who my prioritizing above them On decimal, tiniest Li. I'd overheard a conversation in a bathroom in like on street Culleton, which was a very ethnic area on DA and I heard the accent of girls in the eighties that spoke like Effie. On dad. At that point, I thought I want to play a character like that. And it was sort of a love letter to my childhood because the first decade of my life I grew up in Collingwood, which was a very working class area in Melbourne. And so I decided to create this character as a as a tribute to those years and then luckily if he became super popular very quickly on the character still lives on three decades later. Do you think that she's someone that you know you find her popping out of your personality sometimes or do you find her hiding somewhere in you a little bit totally. And actually, they the older I get, the more I realized that she takes up a bigger percentage of me than I gave her credit for in the beginning. So, Yeah, I think that they're I think part of staying useful and relevant is to keep the child in us alive, And that's very hard thing to do. You know, the more you live, the more you realize how heavy life can be a times and Certainly for May. She's being the cabin ating part of made stops me from taking the world too seriously. My parents have this belief that if you ever start to forget the child in you go on and have a baby. Yes. Once the child starts walking and talking, Yeah, the child is going to remind you all follow, you know, be a child again. Yes, It's true. I've started to now that I see so many kids around me like my friends. I myself have had had a baby recently, so well, not recently. Thank you, Um You start to see that lighter side because things are so simple in their life. Yeah, sure. I think every news our optimism. I think it makes this playful again and that's what acting those for me on top of having had had a child. It's sort of kept me buoyant. I think, especially at times in my life that were very you know, difficult. Andhra Laughter is the ultimate sort of medicine, isn't it? It is, but isn't it the most difficult thing to do as well to make others laugh? You know, I imagine so I don't know. I don't really think about it. I don't know whether if you know she's funny. And I don't know whether I over think comedy too much. I know people that are a lot more understanding off. You know that the different elements in the formula of comedy for May. I just think the truth is funny. And most people will tell you that Um, there is nothing more confronting no more ridiculous than the truth. So I think when I perform the character, I'm just trying to be honest, it just so happens that the way if he expresses, it happens to be funny. So, yeah, that's so interesting that you said that. So you were about to Torrey iffy when the whole you know the virus went out of control. How was that for you? Well, I was halfway through a tool with another show on bond. And that was really a surreal look, I think in many ways Um, you know, I was able to sort of gauge what was happening in the audience because I was performing up until the very last moment. I was on stage during the Brisbane Comedy Festival during my then show called Love Me Tender. And it was over that weekend that we started to get a sense that things would possibly going to lock down. And I remember on the Sunday night that was the final show and everything was locked down from that moment on, and I managed to fly back on get home. And Yeah, it was surreal. There was Is an odd thing for everyone I think worldwide to experience it was unlike anything you know we knew off and on and you know, I think For the first six months, I was in like a psychological shock like everyone else. It felt like Um, you know, it was all so surreal on Ben. I didn't really think about work very much at all because I wasn't doing and I didn't feel particularly creative either. Um, now is home schooling my daughter. I've got a daughter who's seven. And so I was busy doing that and trying to digest all that had happened. And then suddenly I wanted to write about it. And I find that with May you know, if something big happens, it doesn't take much for me to want to sit down and try and make sense of it through. Um, you know it does. It's sort of more sort of memoir, type writing, or in this case, to try sort of put a filter of comedy over the writing that I was doing in regards the whole covert thing. And then I wrote this show called Better out than in which is what I'm touring at the moment. So we're going to talk about a little later about what's coming up for Effie and Mary a little bit later, But let's get into the music that you've chosen for us tonight. So the Jonah that you've chosen is all about the seventies era. And why. Why did you choose the seventies? I'm revealing my age here, but for we got a record player in the early seventies on Blake. A lot of people and I've still got one. I got one for Christmas a few years ago, you know, and I was so excited. Um, there's nothing like vinyl, and when I we got a record player in the seventies, My brother and I. The first album we bought was a Stevie Wonder album. Nice, and it was songs in the key of life, which is he's very prolific double album and and weirdly, you know, having gone back to Research. You know how? Because it was so impactful to me that album because it was so socially conscious and you know, and a bit like what I do, um, to a much greater degree, you know, Stevie Wonder's able to charge you know racism in such an optimistic way. Andre, That album sort of was very powerful to me because I thought maybe For some reason, you know that all art should comment on what's happening in in the world and I'd gone through a very difficult period in the seventies with Getting bullied a lot. And, you know, I didn't know where I would fit And I found such comfort in the words of Stevie Wonder. And it always stunned me How a blind person could see so much So the one that you've chosen for us tonight is called as And it's from, as you said from his 76 1976 album songs in the key off life. All right, so let's.

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"culleton  " Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"culleton " Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Federal as I P C Welcome back to Laban Arena in Madison, Wisconsin, where the Golden Gophers in the Wisconsin Badgers squaring off for the first time this year. It is scoreless through the 1st 20 minutes of play. Golden Gophers winning the season Syriza year ago, winning three of the last of the four games and one ending a tie off the opening draw. There's an offside call against the Gophers, or I should say the Badgers, and we'll face it off again as we were chatting during our commercial breaks. While Leo very even first period of play, we thought statistically, there's a couple of edges. To the Badgers, while at least one and that would be the face off, which they haven't edge of 10 to 7. But the growth of with the edge and shots of 11 to 8 Wisconsin's cold coffee all passes up the cross ice. The left side where Lina's Weisbach shooted into the Gophers own Minnesota rings it on around and off their right wing side. They'll just clear it out to center ice badgers going DD D now to set things in motion. Here comes Wisconsin's cool caufield into the attacks on nothing to the left war corner wise Baki and after it, trying to feed it to the cinnamon tie, Pelton vice didn't work over, break it up and start back up the right wing themselves. They try to cut in with Brodzinsky, but he's pushed off the play. Just his three Badgers were converging on him. Wisconsin back down the left wing side brought in the Minnesota Zone by Caufield. Cold coffee all tied up on the wall nicely by Berkman can't do anything on that girl's bringing back with Ben Meyers down the right side cuts across the line and try to split between two guys ready ended up on his derriere back the other direction. Here come the Badger's with Eric Baker into the corner to the left of the Minnesota goal. Clint has lost his stick now is picked up in our shot His whistle blinded to go from that by the defenseman. Helton it back onto the point were shot from nearby Baker covering on the point. Right now it comes the brakeman, buddy acid. Just kick it away. Still, without a stick here off the boards not out because behind the Minnesota net. Brinkman after it trying to just tie up his Mamma's best can without his lumber, and finally, golfers are able to escape his own. It's really down. The last cut in my side and player broke it up a great effort there by the defenseman Culleton in. It was a two on one from Minnesota that never materialized. I was impressed with reading speed on that rush on the left side way. Think of him as a big man in front of the net, but he picked him up and put him down. Pretty good. Sure, good. Now was constantly just drive it in the Minnesota Zone, half Florentine passing straight up the middle bit of a gamble coming months and getting it ahead for Jackson Nelson, who goes in behind the net into the right corner for Jack. Perfect, But he couldn't hang onto the past. Wisconsin will fling the center ice. Go first chap it over the air there. You know, you might say La Fontaine was foolish like a quarterback showing the football As he was about to throw, But there's one confident goaltender, and he did it. Well, I was trying to catch up to strong man to assist last night for Michigan and that win over Michigan State man the goalie for the Wolverines. Fuckin the gold first. So Minnesota grabs it, and they're also gonna grab Finally here on who is getting the gate? Colin Munson. How about just a whistle for a hand? Yes, but that's that's what I'm gonna bank on. Well, that's it. Okay. Thank you for the correction. Well, it's not yet, but that's just the way I saw it until we see the face off spot. Yeah, and you are correct about that. Well, does that make up for my gas in the pregame interview? You know, that's what we get. We gotta broadcast off a TV screen, a TCF Bank football Stadium, but the game's in Laban Arena Madison, Wisconsin. It's a scoreless contest so far between the golfer. On the Badgers as we nearly four minute mark of period number two Wisconsin under their own end up the right side of Dillon Holloway, a silver medalist for team Canada at the recent World Juniors doctor back onto the point here is Minnesotan were lucky with it back onto the blue line, and a shot is right on laugh on team swallows that off and holds on speaking of Laban and Cole Center, where the badger men usually play. They're essentially buildings that are Next door to one another, but they are connected by an underground well, it's more than a tunnel. I think it's a It's a suite of rooms actually, and I believe the dining area for both men's and women's programs are our underground. But they are connected will tell you a little bit about the logistics for the Golden Gophers at our next whistle. First break up, Pass it, and it was an attempt to go DD at the Minnesota Blue Line by Wisconsin. Badges regroup at center than now. Bring it across the line. It's Colton vice trying to pass. But again, the Gophers taken away from him. Minnesota back on the wash. Ryan McManus tried to center Wisconsin's air the break it up and then come back down the left side up breakaway rating on that a shot off the door pose..

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"culleton  " Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"culleton " Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"News. I'm Sherry Preston. The leaders of Harvard University and M I T have found the lawsuit asking the federal courts to block the Trump Administration's plan to ban many international college students from the country because most classes will be online this fall. Universities are seeking a temporary restraining order that would put the immigration and customs enforcement policy on hold for two weeks. Another legal case involves President Trump's brother who wants a judge in New York to quickly decide whether the president's niece can release her book next week. Time is of the essence, Attorneys for Robert Trump wrote to the judge. Simon and Schuster moved up the publication of too much and never enough to July 14th and the Trump family asked the judge to decide whether it can be stopped without the oral argument, currently scheduled for Friday. The president's brother said Mary Trump cannot escape her contractual obligation to keep quiet about family strife just because a member of the family entered national politics. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski ABC. Senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega says the book is an explosive account of the president's relationship with his father, Mary Trump says he short circuited Donald's ability to develop and experience the entire spectrum of human emotion. And, she adds, his ego is a fragile thing that must be bolstered every moment because he knows deep down. And he has nothing of what he claims to be. The White House says. Donald Trump's father was a loving and kind man. White House eager to send those in grades K through 12 back to school in the fall, but the head of the National Education Association, Lily s. Culleton, Garcia says, If that happens without a safety plan in place, I want Donald Trump to sit in the back. Of my class of 39 breathe air air. The president wants to leave the decision on how to open up school safely. Two states, an individual district's Corona virus, Hospitalizations are up in 28 states. Florida says more than 50 of its hospitals have no more icy You space Arizona says testing is nowhere near sufficient. You're listening to ABC News..

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"culleton  " Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

16:00 min | 2 years ago

"culleton " Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"News radio and everywhere on the ice hard apt to be in the final half hour we talked a little bit before the news about not being able to go do it in movie theaters and how it it's going to impact when the theaters open back up again people having gotten even more you still watching of films at home would that be the death knell for the traditional movie theater or will it survive in and come back in in some shape or form down the line so we thought what better way to get insight into that than a guy who has been watching the movie scene among so many other things during his many years here on K. away in that of course is our own Mike Rosen who still on Mandy Connell show during I think it's every Friday he still does his his movie inside so well Mike let me ask you the question I mean our movie theaters doomed to fail well you know if you're going along on a stock I wouldn't necessarily put it into the Hollywood studios or United artist movie theaters this coral bias in the quarantines and everything associated with it I think we'll have turned out to have accelerate it seems that it's been expanding as different kinds of technology overtake traditional technologies this is an absolute boom incidentally for Netflix and Amazon prime and people who are stuck in their houses have been watching old movies just depending on what your relationship is with Netflix or Amazon you either to pay for each movie you're watching or get a lot of them for free the movie theater industry really is as has been struggling for years to try to draw people into the theaters you seen the change in seating were now you can get a fully reclining motorized chair and I take advantage of all kinds of amenities a tutors that used to have other more theaters where you can get said while you're there but the economics of the industry the way it works you probably aware of this the box office receipts that movie theaters make even when they've got a full house the studios get the lion's share of that the movie theaters themselves or their chains only at a fraction of it and the movie theaters make their money by selling you a large soft drink and a big box of popcorn for what thirty five forty dollars exactly soul it's it's I hate I hate to see something that I grew up with what it was such a big deal go crawling up in New York on a hot summer day when they had these palatial movie theaters or whole truth rose to three thousand people but before the metroplex is you'd be walking outside the movie theater and they have a whole bunch of glass doors to the street ten or fifteen glass doors the way you came into the main lobby the door should be wide open in the air conditioning would be pouring out into the street onto the sidewalk because most people didn't have air conditioners at home back then get going to the movie theater before the movie you'd see a newsreel maybe a couple of cartoons if you're lucky perhaps some kind of close having hanging sequel and then believe it or not a double feature right those days are gone well let me ask you know as you you mentioned you know the bone for Netflix and Amazon and and some of the other streaming devices there is huge libraries India of course you can watch you know TCM to go back in and see a lot of the classic movies and and other things but you still have it at some point Mike the the reality that you have to create new programming and and with the streaming devices or the streaming systems if you will how dare you there is even a greater demand for content and how is that going to be impacted while the production studios whether the big boys or the independent ones have to little their thumbs until they're allowed to work again well let's put the corona virus behind this is this is going to pass after a while and will return to some kind of normalcy the big studios are still going to be around in order to produce big movies but they're there outlets you're gonna change it's not necessarily going to be the way it was where almost all of that stuff went into movie theaters now Netflix and Amazon especially Netflix they're spending a fortune actually producing movies and I think there's going to be a national unnatural alliance between Netflix and Amazon and maybe even who in some of the others working with those big studios again and the big studios will be deriving revenues from not the kind of box office route that they were used to over all the years but they're going to be paid big Bucks from Amazon and Netflix for using their studio suppose movies yeah you know I saw before the corona virus did you really took off I saw a note that Netflix was talking about a a production budget of of more than ten billion dollars just for twenty twenty to produce new content exactly and they don't necessarily want a big bill bill but movie studios would watch all over the place no sense letting the facilities at existing in Hollywood and other places and by the way I Ollywood does so much now for for television networks that are broadcasting either over the air via cable or satellite but a lot of those big productions that are are the become television series are also produced in those big gap the big studio lots so for a guy like yourself who is it is I was mentioning before a big sports fan and and loves the movies and television in the theater as well as keeping a tab on what's happening politically what is keeping them Mike Rosen occupied during this is a stay at home period well you know I still write a column and we do my my weekly movie review show and then I fill in for people by the time this year's overall probably filled in for five weeks and I'm Kaling KGW for one person or another but at the age of seventy five I thought I'd wanna kick back after almost forty years of five day a week radio and enjoy a little more leisure time before dementia sex balance of my life well I know you love to play golf and yeah there's there's starting in dribs and drabs to open up so I would imagine when you get the chance the you'll be back out there on the links I'm playing tomorrow cherry hills eleven oh three is right down to the D. time I like that might be good to go you know my gal barb yes play golf we've played about eight or nine times over the last couple of months at that highland highlands ranch links course okay yes so and I I I play with barb and two of her girlfriends so just to be sociable I've been playing from the forward cheese yeah just to be so simply there it is I think I'm a big hitter it's amazing I'm actually using I'm actually using seven earned incentive three would go it in I was going to ask you lastly here and we appreciate you you're jumping in with us because we had some people you know talking about the movies and all of those things happening is there a particular of a series or streaming inventor or what's caught your fancy non movie if you will of late there are so so many good ones on I was a big fan of Downton abbey this finished now but taking its place as one called Belgravia if you've seen that yes first season do you like what we do in the shadows in its second season I have no I have not seen that my my wife is not big into you know the Culleton fantasy and all of that this is a mockumentary it's it's a comedy okay with with these ancient vampires living in Staten Island trying to take over the world but they're having trouble with the technology very very funny I highly recommend it Outlander and the machine that yes we'd like Outlander did you watch the last episode on Sunday I would know we were what we watch the last episode of homeland because we were big homeland fans and I I would have to say my god I don't know if you were a homeland I am yeah the last episode two I I thought you know for all of these long running series and many disappointing final episodes I thought that one was great in terms of of the twists and all that they had in the final episode I I agree and the conflict between Carrie and Saul was fabulous so you thought the program was over give up the final episode final season was over and then on the screen it says two years later and they had what you could call a coda it's kind of an addendum and the way they handled Kerry who had who couldn't couldn't turn herself in because the powers that be thought she had been turned in was a a Soviet spy which she wasn't the card getting together with with the Yevgeny in Moscow yeah and then feeding information back to Saul is it is it this is kind of a spoiler but it's already run it so if you can catch up with it to be sure to watch the last part of the last episode I thought holding was very good the last two seasons graded the first three seasons and then in the middle of catalogs this way actually when when that the the the show runners get self conscious about criticism from Muslims because they were portraying a Muslim terrorists as Muslim terrorists you can't do that right you know one one thing on that as well as well Mike I I thought that would be one of the great things about homeland for those of us who watched it it was it was another opportunity to enjoy the talents of Mandy Patinkin because I I think also wonderful actor you want to hear my most awkward bass and a baseball subject radio she her her all right you know I grew up in New York I grew up in Brooklyn when the Yankees the Dodgers and the giants Rhonda York and believe it or not I was a Yankee fan not a Dodger fan long time Yankees and used to listen to Mel Allen and red barber do the Yankee games red barber started doing the Dodgers right at I don't to tell you about vin Scully illustrator of course legendaries in any event in the early nineties Dave Lauer my producer somehow so would you like to have Mel Allen on the show and I said I'd love to have men on the show no Mel Allen died in nineteen ninety six so this is probably maybe two maybe three years before he died he was eighty three when he died Mel Allen as I'm sure you know was fired by the Yankees from being their play by play guy largely because he had taken Mickey mantle to see his doctor not the team doctor I'm sure you've heard that so that was yes that was a a last straw for the Yankees and you know mental didn't get the kind of medical treatment that he deserved that players get today the Yankees just wanted him to do drag every game they could out of them in any event so we we booked Mel Allen for the show and it's going to be over the phone from our old studios down on Lawrence street and this was as I said in the early nineties a melon if you remember it was she was doing at a weekly of baseball highlights this weekend as well yeah this community school all right so I was ready to regale melons just be a straight man and lead him into some wonderful baseball stories with the Yankees and and hear him say how about that yeah who's kind of his signature make the three ring sign and asked the man for Ballantyne we start the interview and I'm I'm throwing out kind of softball questions I I know he's going to get into one of these great stories or another and it was painful first of all Mel was known as a man who liked beer and wine and spirits and always had a a problem wrestling with the excesses in that regard and in his eighties his memory wasn't what it used to be so I'd ask you a question and that he'd start answering and then forget where where he was and ramble into another story and it's kind of slurring his words I was planning on having a month for the whole hour well we go to our bottom of the hour break and I'm and I'm and I feel terrible I'm embarrassed for him so I I said that Mr Allen this is really been fun I'd love to have you back again but I've already got against scheduled for the bottom part of this hour of the second half of the show but I wish we can have you on again sometime so I'd love to come on again and that we we then that I said our final words and we we broke for news when I came back after the news I felt the need to explain to listeners what happened people just tuning under people were listening as a you know I was a big fan of alone for so many years you brought back so many of my memories as a kid growing up as a Yankee fan but but I I could feel your discomfort listening to mail a shadow of what he was just because of the the the the years that have passed and the things that happen with age and also if you're struggling a little bit with with alcohol so I told a white lie I said we had somebody scheduled for the next the next half hour but but we don't and then I don't know if you've ever been in a position situation like that yes all right did you know almost but not not from an alcohol perspective but they I was helping him see the final game at the mausoleum on the lake the old Cleveland Municipal Stadium at the end of the nineteen ninety three season and Bob hold was a Cleveland you know was born in England but grew up in Cleveland and always said the connection to the city and for a period of.

"culleton  " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"culleton " Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is listening eighteen elections on the promise and what would eventually take care of them that's because I've been to Germany with chancellor Angela Merkel's party has plunged to a record low in this state election and handbag yesterday voters were giving their phones Benedict on the crisis consuming the Christian Democrats playbooks Patrick told me he has all these details the CDU fell to just above eleven percent and the German port city while the social Democrats secured victory and support for the greens surged the CDU has been hobbled since Merkel's era parent and a great crime car bomber this month's scrap transitions to replace the German leader Michael has said she'll step down after the next election which is next autumn at the latest in Berlin Patrick Donahue timber daybreak Europe and around the nation's hardliners have won parliamentary elections according to state media conservative swept the votes in Tehran and other key cities that's amid the instability in economic damage tickets upon US sanctions the expectation is that president Rouhani backed by reformers will now largely be sidelined and voting is beginning in the contest to replace Jeremy Corbyn as labour leader members and supporters are gathering their ballots this week with the success of finally announced on the fourth of April he has stomach Lisa ninety and Rebecca long Bailey have all said they would give jobs in the shadow cabinet to their rivals if they win and Rebecca long Bailey says if she loses she'll still be happy to serve Lisa brilliant and we all got along with each other in real life despite what you might see on swift's over anywhere else well I would be happy to serve on the any of that lead to ships and I know that he was members would expect the same thing global news twenty four hours a day on a and a quick take my plea back powers by more than twenty seven hundred ten less fun and less simple than one hundred and twenty countries I mean I guarantee this is pulling back at about ten AM five years is a really interesting moment with the beginning of the process for getting the labor leader in place a lot of writing over the weekend about interest as to who will be the new shadow chancellor of the exchequer under whoever comes in and what that could mean to say tell us about what potentially a future labour government much intent a lot of names in the frame but nothing very clear the specials that we still don't know who who will be the late leader and we went now calls till April meanwhile I should anyway waiting for Donald Trump to start speaking in Ahmed about at the moment prime minister narendramodi his house is making some opening remarks at this enormous namaste trump rally in India yeah what mode he's been saying so far is that a president trump's visit will further strengthen the India US friendship Roger he was saying that earlier and of course president trump is that along with the First Lady for a three day official visit in terms of of what they've been doing so far basically a trumpet Moti laid a wreath at the Gandhi memorial in I met about India and it is that prime minister Modi Modi's home state that they're actually using it he landed in a in Gujarat as you say it was called a namaste trump event indeed most welcome and I statements well it actually doesn't would you tell me means obey it means my life sees the lights which essentially is done as a reason which is very interesting to geopolitics because historically America's been faultless circles to pockets done than to India and now there is someone in charge in India with whom at least it's pretty clear don't from feels very comfortable control the less comfortable than he feels with the current leadership in Pakistan but that's a debatable point generally tends to be one or the other that's in favor in the White House because obviously they are considerable rivals yeah and mody saying that India and the U. S. now enjoy a fall close relationship I mean the crowds that gathered that we as we sitting here I can see the pictures own a P. T. N. at the moment I'm president trump looks like he's listening intently to what prime minister Narendra Modi's saying but really of vast crowds in attendance I don't know if we have an idea of how many people are actually that bought it looks like a lot let's just take a quick check in on the on the market so as with twenty minutes into the equity market opens here in Europe because of the markets the focus is very much of course the spread of coronavirus outside of China South Korea on red alert a part of Italy north of Italy in lockdown and China wanting to bring workers back into factories but then then thought that begs the question what you will have a renewed outbreak even as China is trying to get under the economic momentum going again of course pledging more stimulus both fiscal and monetary to stop six hundred down two and a half percent right now at dropping the most since October using the footsie one hundred down two percent pack forty down almost three percent dax down two point eight percent it's a leading losses no surprise down more than a four percent right now U. S. futures pointing to a third day of losses which would be the first three day loss of the S. and P. five hundred since early December the Dow and S. and P. futures down almost two percent nasdaq futures down two and a half percent the bull markets the ten year treasury yield below one forty now down seven basis points we're not yet at the record low of one thirty one handle but we are hitting a twenty sixteen level not ten year yield the thirty eight year old hits a fresh record low one eighty five handle down six basis point out one headline come across the term with us humans China is going to Spain they just annual legislative meetings no date set as to when they will actually be held as a result of our sense of quite significant measure will bring you more details on that in a moment but let's also talk about the effect in its view because it's become the European MP sensors it confirms around a hundred forty cases and three deaths what is your life to Milan where Bloomberg's Carol Culleton is anybody Joe good morning to you I'm let me just ask you first we'll just bring us up to speed what's the status of a lock down in that area eventually what you've heard so much about good morning the status is that and in the province called load the new year on the lawn already into severe lockdown it is not allowed you to leave and people aren't allowed to go in the police are surrounding the area and we've heard some reports that military may also be dispatched to that area so locked down his you know he's he's he's quite accurate term of thought overblown for for the area just south of here yeah and interestingly wares elsewhere was seen bond yields full no surprise that in Italy that ten year old is jumping eight basis points we've had a Fabry highway just below one percent on the ten year BTP yields Gerald how concerned should we be about the potential economic full back at full out for today well I think the government has already as has been spinning this for the last several days so I think that will you know we will expect because of relatively significant effect on the economy just you know just in the last day or so you see in the economy of of the north which is the economic engine of the country I well I don't wanna say shut down but slow down significantly with some indications of of further breaking to come over the next few days companies in partial shutdown mode you can just see from the level of economic of economic activity here the things have slowed down significantly significantly so if this continues I expect to be effect would be significant and in those circumstances it is it like for you review the we're gonna see more of an impact from from the political issue eggs ready said magazine salvini the leader of the opposition pretty much later the lead party using this to pick a fight rating which is a becomes the prime minister is this gonna X. expand the thing is is is in fact salvini talking to the public wants to hear this kind of thing yeah well as you know here in Italy they don't need much to to to begin fighting with between the political parties it's kind of a specialty here and for some ET I think this issue does claim right to his bank and write the fears of his concert constituency namely open borders migrants coming in we've already seen depend by something you could lead me to believe party are trying to link the integration progress and it's raining with the virus even though there isn't really any proof that there's any any migrants from not from Africa bringing bringing coronavirus daily but you certainly playing on that Gerald as we speak he we've got the E. U. giving a press briefing on that response at the moment so hearing from European Commissioner for crisis management a young as an option European Commissioner for health and food safety seller at karaoke dis I'm basically what they're saying is that the key was to fund a vaccine treatment off the virus with a hundred million euros it's to mobilize two hundred thirty million euros to help fight against the virus they're saying that the Italian virus cases our records for couldn't concerned which I think we can all agree with but he also said that Italy's response has been swift and efficient and the W. H. O. and ECDC mission is to visit its elite for the virus I will the Italians that will be attending see this as solidarity in terms of.

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"culleton  " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

13:32 min | 2 years ago

"culleton " Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Answer but appear to have never been properly investigated it's time to see what John and Johnny make of what we fax hi John Hey these I'm gonna call you Johnny Everytime you jail okay let's back work for me how we doing what I knew of any Ross was that he was a a little guy with the short man's complex quick tempered kinda guy Ruben he knew Rubin I don't know I guess they they grew up together some of that but I you know I don't know John are you saw him perhaps three times little guy he looked a little bit like moving really yeah he did and he had been airborne they had that in common but rude I never discussed any at all he bought into the night spot dignity the nice font Rubens J's corner of sunset and are you know you know all the bars yeah I know on the part of our lives Becky could tell you his his ex wife if she really wanted to devote everything she now she knows she could tell you do you remember seeing roles at any stage that evening not not in the club I was a penitentiary I was in the game getting my thing all dancing so was it known kind of within the night spa at some point during the night this guy really hollow light light going has been moved it the people know who was at the topic of conversation anyways he was pissed off he was raising hell so he might have been up there mountain off the guy with the hard hit I saw him after they had stopped through the nine taken us to police headquarters he was out in the hallway of the interrogation role ranting and raving about the police better do something because you don't do something I'm going to do something this kind of stuff you said you saw him at police headquarters he was at police headquarters because he was being questions about the med is at the Lafayette bar and grill he took a polygraph that nice and he failed I took a photograph of facets though and that's by the way that's from DC mines files the smoke and we've got a file of the Samoans which says artisan conta took a lie detector test that night and Paxton book roles took one and failed well they were grasping at straws but the longest straw that they were grasping at was Reuven not me I was just a pawn on the ward I'm surprised that Eddie was accorded John was in the police station the same time that they were there that's really amazing really amazing and art and well we spoke to you the first time it's no exaggeration to say you sort of blew our minds that when we talked about this case because we were just chatting away and all of a sudden you said oh well you know that the guy who did it we know the guy who did it because he confessed on his deathbed when you were nicer discussed via text message and stuff you gave me a little bit of information without saying who that person walls and which includes the fact that he was in that the apple so there is a big part of me that wonders whether or not the person that you're talking about the person who you are aware of confessing to this but on the deathbed was in fact that he rolls personally it's difficult I didn't have personal experience about that no I heard it and that's how I'm gonna leave that's fine just for the avoidance of doubt it was what you said you had a test do you mean you had to you had a Walter rolls that had made act confession yes get to come to our attention if if I were you John and I notice you and someone had convicted me of that and I knew I didn't do it I would be expertly trying to find out who it was you know I mean yes the refs it's not important when you're the one that the judicial system is after I don't care who did it that's their job that's not my job to find out but if I knew I wouldn't spend one day in jail I got another ninety okay and does the name Henry Costin mean anything to either if you have any was older than me but he he played ball he ran track but he was he was an upper class I mean we we never competed against each other but I knew that he was an athlete from my rival school east side high school he said I knew that but we didn't hang out again in the prince's Thompson ripple he says he gets an anonymous tip off on the tipoff mentions Henry cotton print systems installed if you find any of these people that have quads first hand knowledge of the matter is at the Lafayette bar and grill now we couldn't track down Henry cotton because he's passed away but AT Culleton the referee we did track down and we asked him what he knows my father said to me before you pass yeah he thought Henry cotton was involved in it to some extent and that's why he left town right right away do you want to Houston Texas so I I don't I don't I don't take it any further but I'm not surprised by you saying that because my father said to me long time ago said the day after you were arrested John and Rita was arrested Henry cotton leaves passa said I never ever returns while while well they all know each other I would I would assume because they lived up the hill now this talks delivered L. took is still living yeah did you get to him he went out to us I know I will say that and that was the owner at the nightspot yeah he was also involved in some of the sting professionals down the street guy yeah hustlers street guy Johnny you did an old double gasp when I I mentioned took I heard some things way back shortly after the arrest and stuff his name kept coming up my sister works now I ask you have you talked to him because he's not the type that would talk now the new rose guys all in number right is it a big number writers and you know the pants and everybody else you know everybody like that I was quite interested to read that when raven was arrested is Henry cotton was in the car with raven would raven was arrested yeah okay do you know who owns the comma that Ruben was in when he was arrested I would took Scott Griffin was in Ellwood sucks **** really really yeah I didn't know that you can't stick and Johnny is it fair to say that some of these people friends with revenge I'm not friends with you is that what you're saying correct right what time is this guy and that is he's claiming that you world really close friends I know I mean like he's saying that you will like best buddies now so another interesting topic K. S. is is Anne Hankins and that is the biggest hi role I've ever seen you David I've known you for over a year and a half size she lived in the Christopher Columbus projects she was almost like a bag lady who is she she will dress the walk around always wind band stuff it assures hats coats that kind of thing but she wasn't a person that I talked too hung out with or anything like that you know you live in your neighborhood you just get to know who people are so I knew were like that of her but I didn't know her so when her name comes up in this investigation as someone who is also I would fit fingering you was as being one of the killers she would have known my name she ran over me with an eighteen Wheeler she found out my name either from movies the newspaper people talk to or from the police but she didn't tell me as John artis no I didn't know she didn't know I've been to the cliff face and this time it's it's it's Eldridge Hawkins and this is particularly interesting I think because he's talking about his attempts to find out more about the roles okay when I found the box hidden in de Simone's office in the back of a cabinet and I found all of those items pertaining to any rules Hagens and the questions I was asking of both the Samoa tenet the Simone and prosecutor hall was how come the directives of prosecutor ho to de Simone thirteen to the entire enquiring of roses but dissipation or lack of how come the questions with their D. orders where they have to do Simone but there was no response what I was saying and what I found was such a blight on the criminal justice system of New Jersey sire de Simone was asked to investigate IT roles and there's no evidence of absence or the questioning evidently that's right she sounds like well a whole lot of stuff disappeared not only do it in the court were from police headquarters I knew things that we're going all lines I wasn't that naive or dumb so who's to blame stake in New Jersey wrought stake in New Jersey New Jersey is corrupt is corrupt this is to is very cold for New Jersey as far as I'm concerned about New Jersey they can floated out into the Atlantic Ocean and use it for an atom bomb testing area stake in New Jersey bellow desa mall mole on the contrary a whole Marmol and knows fourteen strangers that didn't know me from Adam's tomcat a loner the judicial and law for sort of Patterson who is responsible for me going to prison some of them I hope they live longer cancers lives specially bellow I'm in I don't hate the guy I just hope he lives along cancer's life suffer I survive this is a statement that Eglin hatred will consume the vessel that contains it okay so it is a waste of energy and and and thought and breath to be angry living in the past you know it happened I survived but now I'm free and I intend to be free without that inhibiting or prevented me from enjoying my life or what I have left of my K. in the eighteen months that we spent working on this series it's become clear that nobody has a monopoly on the trip we certainly don and anyone else who claims they do is ironically lying.

John Johnny Ross Ruben
"culleton  " Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

15:37 min | 2 years ago

"culleton " Discussed on KQED Radio

"Call you Johnny Everytime you jail okay let's back works for me how we do it what I knew of any Ross was that he was a a little guy with the short man's complex quick tempered kinda guy Rubens he knew Rubin I don't know I guess they they grew up together someone that but I'm you know I don't know Johnny are you saw him perhaps three times little guy he looked a little bit like moving really yeah he did and he had been an airborne they have that in common but rude I never discussed any at all he bought into the night spot dignity the nice font Rubens J's corner of sunset and are you know you know all the bars yeah I know all the bars and live Becky could tell you his his ex wife is she really one to divulge everything she now she knows she could tell you do you remember seeing roles at any stage that evening not not even close I wasn't paying any attention really I wasn't getting my thing all dancing so was it known kind of within the night spot at some point during the night this guy really highlight like I has been moved it to people not was at the topic of conversation and he was he was pissed off he was raising hell so he might have been out there mouth and all because the guy with the hardware I saw him after they had stopped the ruling in line taking us to police headquarters he was out in the hallway of the interrogation role ranting and raving about the police better do something because you don't do something I'm going to do strong in this kind of stuff you said you saw him at police headquarters he was at police headquarters because he was being questioned about the med is at the Lafayette bar and grill he took a polygraph that nice and he filed I took a photograph of vested so and that's by the way that's from DC mines files December and we've got a file of the Simmons which says artists in concert took a lie detector test that night and past roles took one and failed well they were grasping at straws but the longest straw that they were grasping at was Reuven not me I was just a pawn on the ward I'm surprised that Eddie was accorded John was in the police station the same time that they were there that's really amazing really amazing and art and but we spoke to you the first time it's no exaggeration to say you sort of blew our minds at one we talked about this case because we were just chatting away and all of a sudden you said oh well you know I did it the guy who did it we know the guy who did it because he confessed on his deathbed when you were nicer discussed via text message and stuff you gave me a little bit of information without saying he got some walls and which includes the fact that he was in that the apple so there is a big part of me that wonders whether or not the person that you're talking about the person who you are aware of confessing to this made on that debt that was in fact that he rolls personally it's difficult I didn't have personal experience about that no I heard it and that's how I'm gonna leave that's fine just for the avoidance of Daniels when you said you had a test do you mean you had you had it Walter rolls that had made that concession yes did you come to our attention if if I were you John and I'm not even someone had convicted me of that and I knew I didn't do it I would be expertly trying to find out who who it was you know I mean yes the refs it's not important when you're the one that the judicial system is after I don't care who did it best their job is not my job to find out but if I knew I wouldn't spend one day in jail I don't know the name field okay and just the name Henry Costin mean anything to either if you have any was older than me but he he played ball he ran track but he was he was in upper class I mean we we never competed against each other but I knew that he was an athlete from my rival high school east side high school he says I knew that but we did hang up again in the print system some ripple he says he gets an anonymous tip off and the tipoff mentions Henry cotton print systems installed if you find any of these people that have quite first hand knowledge of the minute is at the Lafayette bar and grill now we couldn't track down Henry cotton because he's passed away but AT Culleton the referee we did track down and we asked him what he knows my father said to me before he passed yeah he thought Henry cotton was involved in it to some extent and that's why he left town right right away he went to Houston Texas so I I don't I don't I don't take it any further but I'm not surprised by you saying that because my father said to me long time ago so the day after you were arrested John and Rita was arrested Henry cotton leaves passa said I never ever returns while while well they all know each other I would I would assume because they lived up the hill our stock still living at I would check is still living yeah did you get to him he went out to us I know I will say that that was the owner at the nightspot yeah he was also involved in some of the same professionals down the street guy yeah hustlers street guy Johnny you did an old double gasp when I I mentioned took I heard some things way back shortly after the arrest and stuff his name kept coming up my sister works now I ask you have you talked to him because he's not the type that would talk no he knew rose guys all in number right is that a big number writers and you know the parents and everybody else he knew of everybody like that I was quite interested to read that when raven was arrested is Henry Costin was in the car with her even when Reagan was arrested yeah okay do you know who owns the comma that Ruben was in when he was arrested I would took Scott Griffin was in Ellwood trucks come really really yeah I didn't know that you can't stick and Johnny is it fair to say that some of these people friends with revenge I'm not friends with you is that what you're saying correct right what time is this guy and now he's he's claiming that you world really close friends I know I mean like he's saying that you will like best buddies so another interesting topic Hey at is is any Hankins and that is the biggest hi role I've ever seen and I've known you for over a year and a half size she lived in the Christopher Columbus projects she was almost like a bag lady who is she she will dress devolved around always wind band stuff the shares hats coats that kind of thing but she wasn't a person that I talked to her now with or anything like that you know you live in your neighborhood you just get to know who people are so I knew were like that of her but I didn't know her so when her name comes up in this investigation as someone who is also I would fit fingering he was as being one of the killers she would have known my name if she ran over me with an eighteen Wheeler she found out my name either from movies the newspaper people talking or from the police but she didn't tell me as John artis no I don't know she didn't know I have another clip say and this time it's it's it's elder shopkins and this is particularly interesting I think because he's talking about his attempts to find out more about the roles okay when I found the box hidden in de Simone's office in the back of the cabinet and I found all of those items pertaining to any rules Hagens and the questions I was asking of both the Samoa Tennessee Simone and prosecutor hall was how come the directives of prosecutor ho to de Simone for training to the entire enquiring of roses but dissipation or lack of how come the question is was there D. orders where they have to do Simone but there was no response what I was saying and what I found was such a blank on the criminal justice system of New Jersey sire de Simone was asked to investigate IT roles and there's no evidence of answers or the questioning evidently that's right she sounds like instant well hello a whole lot of stuff disappeared not only do it in the court but from police headquarters I knew the things that we're going all lines I wasn't that naive or dumb so who's to blame I think in New Jersey Rupp stake in New Jersey New Jersey is corrupt is corrupt since two is very cold for New Jersey as far as I'm concerned about New Jersey Dakin floated out into the Atlantic Ocean and use it for an atom bomb testing area stake in New Jersey bellow diesel mall mole content a whole Marmol and knows fourteen strangers that didn't know me from Adam's tomcat Larner the judicial and law enforcement Patterson who's responsible for me going to prison some of them I hope they live longer cancers lives specially bellow I mean I don't hate the guy I just hope he lives along cancer's life suffered I survive this is a statement that and your nature will consume the vessel that contains it okay so it is a waste of energy and and and thought right to be angry living in the past you know it happened I survived but now I'm free and I intend to be free without that inhibiting or prevented me from enjoying my life or what I have left of my life K. in the eighteen months that we spent working on this series it's become clear that nobody has a monopoly on the trip we certainly don't and anyone else who claims they do is ironically lying no one does and there's not one person that we met in this whole investigation there is some point hasn't given as serious concerns about the veracity of at least some elements of that story and I get that that's partly because we talking about something that happened a very long time ago it was more than fifty years ago and people do miss remember people do develop a picture of what they believe is the truth that means that deciding who to believe in the story is genuinely an almost impossible job so comments on the table I'm not about to say we conclude that this person did it because we don't know we don't have a smoking gun I don't think anyone can find one this long after the manages I mean they didn't have one in nineteen sixty six we were always unlikely to find one in twenty nineteen so after all of this work and after that I hope presenting facts over interpretation we're not about to just end with you know giving you our best guess that doesn't mean that I do that we've got nothing to say even concert John artists have always maintained they did not get a fair trial in the nineteen sixty seven or nineteen seventy six and they are rights roles file polygraph that was never followed up on these cell to key witness Alfred Bello by a police officer the findings of the times report including the undermining of roles alibi the findings of assemblyman Hawkins particularly that memo which asked the cops to investigate rules when there is no evidence that they did and the list goes on I look this isn't some kind of to write against the authorities it was in the defense's entrust tape to look into roles and again there is no evidence that that you did what they raise is plenty to suggest that the police knew about roles and either ignores him and ignored instructions that were given to investigate him well they did investigate him and destroyed the evidence of that investigation you can look at the facts you can look at the prosecution and you can could take that decisions and that affects but it's the police he's got the biggest questions to answer.

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