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"d. a" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:30 min | 3 months ago

"d. a" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Team hitting back to back and they went back to back it is where it began your cold open sliced deep left center field deep yes yes it's to be a junior who's been made here last night at the big a with father and son going back to back and with all the emotions of been racing for you two guys the last two weeks it seems like it couldn't get any better but last night it did and I feel I feel real good you know after I hit mine I was hoping that you got a good business lease you know try to drive it somewhere in the way of always jump as ball park we got it up near you has got to get out of there and when he hit it I said yeah it's it's not a D. A.'s top stories is your cold open remember the era where we actually had baseball played September the fourteenth nineteen ninety nearly thirty years ago now Ken Griffey junior Ken Griffey senior gone back.

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"d. a" Discussed on WWL

WWL

03:33 min | 3 months ago

"d. a" Discussed on WWL

"D. A.'s top stories is your cold open was billed away okay and he is the cardinals owner Hey here is telling a radio station we're just not that profitable right now it's not a profitable industry which is enough to make you absolutely walk up to a bridge and dive off head first baseball's not a profitable industry for H. owners really wow huh I had it wrong this entire time also did you hear Tom Ricketts this week as well ownership of the cubs shrine to claim the same exact thing you know we're just not we're just not making a lot of money here you know I think baseball players I think we're making a ton of cash but rickets said quote the league itself does not make a lot of cash really really I I had no idea I did not realise Major League Baseball is a non profit organization in my bag I had it wrong this entire time that's why a will because the clothes are sold out every game and the cardinals are sold out every game and the call to the cardinals happen to be to the best baseball cities in America and have two unbelievable local television deals and the cubs and cardinals sell tons of hats in tons of jerseys and tons of T. shirts every single day that they played even on days they don't play I would have thought they made some cash hello what would have given me that idea well let's do a little exercise here build the weightlifter little exercise top rickets let's do a little exercise America won't you step into my baseball math classroom I would take you into the Kansas City Royals organization okay once upon a time twenty years ago there was named by there was a guy by the name of David Galasso decided to step up and bite it can't just be Royals David glass said that Walmart money okay good he's going to step up and buy the kids city Royals in two thousand he bought the kids city Royals for ninety six million dollars twenty years ago ninety six million dollars under his watch the Royals lost ninety seven games one hundred games one hundred and four games one hundred and six games one hundred games ninety seven games ninety five games ninety one games ninety game stop me when you want me to start talking about the seasons that David glasses team didn't lose ninety games or more no of course under glass the Royals did turn it around it alternately won a World Series in twenty fifteen but for fifteen of the twenty years she told them they were arguably the worst organization a baseball he spent no money on the pay roll they would draw flies to Kauffman stadium they were a joke for fifteen consecutive years you could argue that they have a class do a worse job running his franchise than any other franchise in baseball he bought that team for ninety six million dollars would you like to know when he sold last year what he made on it care to take a guess what.

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"d. a" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:43 min | 5 months ago

"d. a" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Especially nobody sales for that one yeah nobody fails D. A. there's a lot of consideration it sounds like for kids and the trauma they're facing whether it's the trauma of losing someone whether it's the trauma of financial instability a lot of kids are taking care of younger siblings and I could have been checked themselves to there's so many things because like for some kids this this remote learning just isn't working hi you know it's it's not the way we learned that it wouldn't be the way that I learn fast you can find the best you know in conversation and an audio learning learners so it's just not ideal for a lot of kids and I've been talking to kids who are like up all night stressed and then sleeping for much of the day and can't get their work done so I know that there's a lot of consideration of that but on the other side there are there are teachers and there are families who are concerned about keeping kids sort of on point and you know in a position to achieve this I was just talking to a parent name to look at who will who it's part of a group of parents to advocate for specialized schools more specialized schools as well as more gifted and talented programs and you know other improvements to the school system and he felt like what they've done for high schoolers by keeping grades but making it no penalty or no harm is the right way to go but if this will make it harder for some students particularly in middle school who want to get into specialized high school on the school system says that there's you know it just won't be part of house screen did missions will work middle schools and high schools will be able to take this piece of time into consideration but for some parents and students that feel like a loss of opportunity so it's a real balancing act between the needs of students on different ends of the spectrum and different experiences during this time for you is an education reporter what questions remain or what do you think that it may perhaps the most important questions that that still need to be answered about this yeah I mean I think there are so many right now I am really concerned with the emotional health of your guns whether it's your chance you would have had traumatic loss or students that I was just talking about who really aren't able to like click into this particular kind of learning their isolated there some of them were at home in homes that are very unstable and a whole more so that's something I'm concerned about I think that learning loss is a concern as a parent myself I'm concerned about green Halloween however going to claw back can be available spring time I am left on that what I heard in that though it yeah so those are some of the things that I'm thinking about I'm really worried about the summer as a parent and also as an education reporter about how we're going to keep kids and entertained and just you know it's it's so hard at such a loss to not have the outdoor space and I don't know what that's gonna look like university this summer hello you've been on it on the case Jessica Gould WNYC's education reporter Jessica thank you so much for sharing your reporting getting us up to speed we appreciate it sure anytime thank you.

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"d. a" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:47 min | 5 months ago

"d. a" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"There is that says that use of hydroxy not only not valid but possibly D. A. the study and what with the three hundred sixty eight patients that they tested that hydroxy Cork win may have actually led to more deaths then that's what you're hearing in your social media feeds that's not what the story says the story says that the VA giving this to veterans did not engage in a rigorous experiment the study has not been peer reviewed but with three hundred sixty eight patients hydroxy Clark when with the without antibiotic azithromycin wasn't as effective as they would have liked and in some cases lead to more people die now we don't know the shape of those people who got hydroxy Cortland there's a series of things we don't now not being peer reviewed why in the world am I listening to it sorry asked a worthwhile question what's the difference between that and trump's saying you know what give give it a shot he didn't have any studies there's a difference between give it a shot and doctor saying we have proof other doctors said give it a shot maybe you have to be of a certain age to have a conversation with your doctor what you're talking about this medicine that medicine the dog was like well we can give it a try see what happens the art of medicine you know you've never been with a doctor who I was he said give it a try see what happens to what happens that happens quite a bit people this is not new to anybody who may have ever actually seen a doctor before this is only knew the people who live in a world where somehow everything is supposed to work perfectly a hundred percent of the time a lot of people who are new to the world but we were told ventilators ventilators ventilators ventilators were needed to save lives and the odd governor Cuomo the government's gonna send me four hundred ventilators really what am I going to do one four hundred ventilators you will tell the other twenty six thousand people how what they're going to do that was the whole line right thirty thousand people need ventilators they're only getting four hundred from the federal government he somehow determine that left twenty six thousand people that ventilators he couldn't do the math no problem no problem between nine thousand six hundred and thirty thousand board anyway but turns up until it is won the answer now worth a ventilators led to up to fifty percent of people dying on ventilators they saw that and they started to make changes the doctors don't one hundred percent no yet we have this continual nonsensical garbage blame game and now we have from the CDC well it could be worse in the winter that's not fear conversation like nothing else nonsense you do not be mad at a doctor do not be mad scientists do they have the answers for coronavirus it's clear the answer is now when you don't have the answer you try things to get the answer and yeah lives are in the balance and people are dying over forty thousand people have died in part because of coronavirus learning the numbers of people who had when I believe it's referred to as co morbidities right they had an under lying issue they had something else and that lead and that was already affecting them and then corona virus on top of that by the way comorbidity the simultaneous presence of two chronic diseases or conditions in a patient so I I I believe I'm saying it right I'm not trying to pretend that I'm a doctor I am however we are however seemingly more aware than others that the medical community does not have a firm grasp on what's happening here just yet and that the political community thinks that locking it all down may have actually done some good to which there is no proof whatsoever because you've locked it all down yet you have a growing number of cases in Massachusetts you locked it all down in California and yet you have fifty five times the people you thought having the antibody which means the disease or the virus already spread man that's a lot to take in a lot of people who are pushing things politically a lot of people who don't understand the science and a lot of people who can't connect the dots connecting the dots is really important here's where we are society is getting ready to open up again it can't happen soon enough Georgian Tennessee are going Midwest states you're gonna start seeing moving they should start today because lockdowns are never the answer they're never the answer we've proven that with this we've proven it's doctors have work to do scientists have work to do studies have to take place you need to wash your hands yes needs each kids wash their hands yes should you stay six feet away away from people shaking hands kind over in and it kills us yeah yeah maybe for a year maybe six months maybe for six years maybe for a lifetime maybe that culturally changes the Beatles it's not the end of the world it's just different and that's okay too no one ever said you weren't going to change your life your life is going to change when you realize you stop buying things from China wait till you hear about the latest body from China you're gonna lose your minds you want to talk about how little some people really think about America and its future well that's not us we're being very thoughtful the politicos doing political things some people are straight up fear mongering the doctors and scientists don't have the answers okay some people are dying forty thousand plus people have died that's awful and that number will get bigger society has no choice.

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"d. a" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

14:36 min | 5 months ago

"d. a" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Or with you Hey thanks for being with us everybody gave it a Mandalorian trash Tuesday couple housekeeping notes at a trash Tuesday we want to hear from you what for who are you trashy so tweet at B. D. A. on it C. B. S. again that's D. A. on CBSN's from now also today being Tuesday means that tomorrow we will have another mother ship out the movies scale model get your popcorn ready here comes draft day this was the film made a couple of years ago featuring Kevin Costner as the general manager of the Cleveland Browns to this point in time the previous four movies we have watched and reviewed blue chips he got game rookie of the year and then last week happy Gilmore I have seen it multiple times I had seen previously to reviewing them for this show now some of those when they first came out but I had seen all of those movies I have not seen it Allen's of draft day when it came out a couple of years ago I thought it looks stupid I didn't want to see I believe the NFL draft every single year okay I've covered the NFL draft I've been at the NFL draft I did not need to see Kevin Costner playing A. G. Aberle playing fake NFL draft was not interesting to me so I am somewhat excited to watch the show aqui filled with eyes wide open I've never seen it I don't know what happens in it I kind of understand the premise of it but I'm watching it tonight I'll see if I can route the Bourbon fell into this so that we can review this tomorrow as part of mother ship at the movies number as you have seen the film before I've seen it probably three times watch this garbage three time times it's weird as well as movies that you know is garbage but I actually do like the movie but I like to me having seen it multiple times I think this movie is perfect for the exercise that we do in that there will be so many crushable moments on a general managers this will be a little different than actual crushing like in game decisions this will be more draft J. decisions and the way a person runs a team but I think it is cherry picked perfect for this kind of exercise for us I can't believe that they found ninety minutes to two hours to devote to our fate NFL draft how is this exciting the general manager of the Cleveland Browns I gotta watch fake GM of the Cleveland Browns model is wait for two hours yes it is a lot easier after involves whole day on the day of the draft what is you know predecessor it taught him about the draft and basically it's just very tough decision but what unfolds on draft night it's just so ridiculous the charm that will he will be foaming at the mouth tomorrow morning now I read tomorrow morning like Kevin Costner's Dave Gettleman I love Kevin Costner love Costner so Coster can rarely do any wrong for me so I'm interested to see his performance here I really like he does a good job like from an acting standpoint yes here is is here is the synopsis from IMDb quote at the NFL draft general manager Sonny weaver has the opportunity to rebuild this team when he trade for the number one pick he must decide what he's willing to sacrifice on a life changing day for a few hundred young men with F. L. dreams again that's just the NFL draft I get to experience that in reality every year I don't understand what why the movies all that interesting you watch the eight you want to break down real NFL draft stuff you're gonna get a lot of this Kevin Costner in the pouch yeah directed by Ivan Reitman who has done a number of amazing films so also involve all of the in the film apparently these are all cameos Chris Berman Mel Kuyper Jon Gruden Dion Sanders Mike may shock and Anthony Rizzo seems like all these guys make appearances in this movie is that right star studded DA there will be a point Tom or I bet you you feel like a well is this the real draft yeah I'm guessing that doesn't happen also Jennifer Jennifer garner is in this is that his wife I think it's just if I remember correctly I think it's a sister but she doesn't excellent job in the movies well and Chadwick Boseman is in this he played Jackie Robinson in the movie forty two champ backstory Jennifer garner was supposed to be on our show when this movie was released like the week of the releasing and then they blew us off is that right that is right that is right we had lined up we're gonna promote the movie was coming out and garner was lined up before ever reason they had to blow us off and left me sitting there hold the fall okay so we are going to review the movie draft day starring Kevin Costner for tomorrow's show so if you want to watch that tonight with us you absolutely can and we will review it mothers about the movies tomorrow morning here's your phone number eight five five two one two for CBS that's eight five five two one two four two two seven or on Twitter D. A. on CBS how about the ratings on Sunday night for the Chicago Bulls documentary the first two episodes the last dance if you want to talk about absolutely crushing in terms of viewership the last dance data better than the most optimistic projections that you could possibly have across the two hours on two channels E. S. P. N. have the uncensored version ESPN two at the family friendly version he averaged averaged six point one million viewers six point one million viewers if you want some type of context here that would be an awesome number for a conference finals game in the NBA they'll be a really good number you know your NBA finals games are going to be baby twelve million people so that's a big chunk of people but this was half of that so if you just figured game one Western Conference finals you might get six million people and they got back to watch two part documentary on Sunday nights two part documentary got six million people when you compare that to the most watched ESPN documentaries ever okay number five the fab five ironically enough two point seven million viewers number five number for OJ made in America part one had three point four million people watch and that was on ABC that was a network TV two three point four the Bo Jackson thirty for thirty which interestingly is kind of forgotten among thirty for thirties was previously the highest watch most watched thirty for thirty you don't know ball was three point six million the last dance part one did six point three last dance part two did five point eight which is Hallett average of six point one that means that the last dance nearly doubled the previous record most watched thirty for thirty it's insane now what is this about well I think yes Pete did a great job promoting this it was like the only thing the V. S. P. and paid attention to over the last two weeks it started by trickling out back in December to whet people's Wessels but over the last week to two weeks everyone of their talking head shows everyone there online media stories are outlets was running some type of promotion so we all knew what was gonna happen the entire sports world knew this is what it was going to debut so they did a great job promoting it but also what is the content magnetic of course Jordan still has this mythical quality about him there's enough time removed I mean basically there's kind of like a fifteen year rule of histology every fifteen years something cycles back to be called the style jacket beloved again and so that's where we are with the Jordan bulls that's now twenty years twenty five years there has not been a deep dive on the Jordan bulls really from a documentary standpoint so we were looking for this as you go you don't did nineties and early two thousands but really the nineties right now is rich fertile fodder for documentaries it is where a lot of your viewing audience grew up now watching it so if you're in your forties or late thirties or early fifties like thirty eight to fifty four that is your era and that's now the buying community of watching television and consumer fell so documentaries love that ESPN love that loves that kind of demographic but also is that nothing is happening is that we don't have NBA playoff games to pay attention to where to have a Stanley Cup playoff games we had to have major league baseball we don't have anything we got nothing here and so imagine the where this would fall in the pecking order of talk topics first of all this is going to be much later in the summer had there not been a stoppage of sports so he wouldn't have debuted this past weekend but the S. P. had moved it up knowing Hey we need something here but I mean imagine if if this debuted on a weekend where there was the NBA playoff the Stanley Cup playoffs and Major League Baseball we might not even mentioned it in a shop I mean we might brush viable we certainly would devote entire segments to it I would think and we know who to do six billion people so I think that the biggest takeaway whereas is simply that it filled the void it filled the void of we need we are desperate that classic games are fine but they're not great iRacing is fine but it's not great and NBA two K. tournaments are fine not graded horses just trash that this filled the void more than anything else is done yet over the last month to give us actual content that people can savor and analyze and discuss and feel feel emotionally connected to as you mentioned watching this on Sunday it was the most normal you have felt as a sports fan in a month absolutely something again giving a marker of something to look forward to I mean how many of these thirty for thirties have we even discussed in studio with each other and said Hey did you see this no I didn't get to it yet you it is very hard pressed to find any one of your buddies out there who's a sports fan that you can turn to a text message or a facetime today go Hey did you see last dance and have them go not maybe I'll check it out almost everybody's gonna say the answer is yes if you believe this could you believe that and just that that need to need to break something down sports wise minutes why we do this movie thing and have fun with it with the mother ship the movies but some something fresh something to watch that we we just want to sink our teeth into even if we're not getting games that's what this represents said something that I tell you it's it's Tuesday I cannot wait to get the Sunday and I have the drifted between that as well he's completely brings me normal again makes me feel whole again and should reassure everybody that you know what we do get sports back it's another son you're going to be able to talk with your friends about a break stuff down this is giving us a little nibble and we're going to get there expect a lot of boxes this film had the content that people were familiar with you know this was a ten part documentary on the nineteen twenties baseball league or you know if this was ten part series on the Akron zips or something like that yes of course that the numbers are gonna be there but the content was there he was eighty eight didn't look old either DA you know right sometimes you get these documentaries like wow that looks really old we're talking apples old NC double a games how old they look this take a look old on TV and I think that helps the ice to yep there is a void in the market place obviously it was really well promoted to their race content that people are already familiar with the Jordan bulls people have some idea about it it hit all those things and also it was really good you know had the first episode kind of been this is kind of sloppy or this is not all that interesting or this doesn't touch any new ground it would have done that number it would on a good number but then episode two would a good number at all and the reviews would have been like and did live up to the hype because it was really well hyped the production of it was great it was just really really exquisite filmmaking and so what drew you end the stories of course great but the filmmaking itself is great as well so it had a lot of boxes to that point he just said it should give us open when after that all this is done what this is convinced me is that I thought sports was important before the stoppage my goodness I don't know if we'll go back for a long time to sports only being as important as it was before the stoppage I think it's going to be more important I think because the after effects of quarantine after effects of the economy after affected Colbert nineteen are gonna be long lasting whether we have a vaccine or not it is going to change how we live the American life and death I think sports now it is just such a recognition that without it we're all kind of lost without a compass and not just sports fans I just think it's even for non sports fans it's a rhythm it's a continuity it's something that happens too distracted to unify into to do and I just think whereas that what we are realizing is I don't think there's anything else that would out six million viewers on Sunday night I don't think anything else could have done that when sports comes.

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"d. a" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

BiggerPockets Business Podcast

04:34 min | 6 months ago

"d. a" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

"It came active today. Anyone who's tried to apply today knows that's actually not true so we. We are trying to keep up to keep people informed as they're, they're going. You'RE EDA has a program and that opened. That's probably gonNA close very quickly. Their limited funds so it is, it's very important to be very proactive to have documents ready. So when the actual a site does. Open in the Qudos Open that you can get in there. Because again, Jr. It is going to be first. First. Come first serve when the money runs out until they do. Something else That'll be the end of it. Okay, so I guess that's important that we we really understand what the the various loan products are, and you mentioned the such as loans. It's also grants and maybe other things. It's important that we understand what all of these are differences between them. Them which one might be right and best. Maybe they're multiple that a right, but there's probably one that's best company. Maybe there's multiple that we can use at the same time, but it's important for us to kind of figure that out early, so that we can be prepared because like you said this is first. Come first serve which I just learned a couple of. Of days ago, which means that if you wait more than a couple of days or weeks? Who knows the money may have run out. So can you give us Let's start with kind of a brief overview of what are the different programs that are available that we we need to know about you mentioned some acronyms like like p. p. p. e. d.. D. A. Can you just Kinda give at a highest level? What those programs are? That are available. Yes, the two most important I'd say, most businesses are asking about right now are the economic injury disaster loan and the PAYCHECK Protection Program Loan. Those are the two that if I would say if you can hear my voice, apply for them and why do I? I say that because it is going to be first..

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"d. a" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

05:07 min | 6 months ago

"d. a" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"The way in it is freaky Friday so we are going all the way all the way D. A. stop it yeah eight twenty this is a global conversation and this morning we are getting a little immature I never have been before on the show well you realize they've got to talking toys no what we're talking about is because I'm not waiting I'm with is keeping this that and that's exactly the email we received about this girl who is kind of upset that her and her partner have all this time right now is to gather and she's down to playing Barbies and he doesn't want because of the Barbie got a factory there now play with any toys and I'm I I kind of agree like I have my own equipment I don't need someone else to bring it to and we'll get we'll get into that the details in the email about what people are doing with their toys join the court the robocop is eight twenty next of our three yeah no come in thank you right she's the only thing three I right we the money take Jeez but the three the money three I I right yeah this and have someone else we're here for grown folk conversation we do this Monday through Friday at eight twenty but today Friday is the free talk and because everyone is isolated in quarantine are people trying to get creative with I'm not mad at the creativity but Melissa real got a email with I'm not agreeing with because you can be creative but when you get to create a star one to bring your own bag.

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"d. a" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

04:48 min | 6 months ago

"d. a" Discussed on WEEI

"I'm feeling great I'm doing great welcome inside a Friday morning D. A. sure everybody I've got one question and one question only how do you fail and feel good and I'm doing well that's all that really matters surely come July for the rocket mortgage by quicken loans studios they understand it's not just a mortgage your mortgage that's the difference rocket mortgage push button get mortgage thanks for being with us everybody target demo Friday which means we want to know how your listening where your listening and then what you're doing and then bingo Bango will read to those coming up a little bit later on in the hour so send us those nuggets those kernels of information by simply tweeting at me D. A. on CBS or on Facebook Facebook dot com slash the DA show coming up this hour on the show Darius slay the former Lyon and anti that Patricia Amanda unloads on his former head coach will play that audio coming up for you he claims the map churches said something pretty aggressive to him I guess to try to motivate him about a certain position or sexual act in the middle of a filled room and that does not seem to be the best way to motivate a professional athletes we'll discuss that coming up in about fifteen minutes from now also later on the hour we've got your target double Friday feedback and your epic fail but I want to read to you part of a column at bleacher report done by NFL columnist Matt Miller you know the wake of Tom Brady siding with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers a lot of people are going back through the archives it asking should we have seen this coming to which I answer yes thank as I've mentioned in the past I think people didn't want to believe it could be real it was too awkward to imagine Brady in a different uniform people just got really comfortable with the idea of Belichick Brady Brady Belichick and the flying Elvis logo on the side of that patriots helmet with Tom Brady watch all actual evidence is pointing to him leaving okay maybe this actually went back to twenty seventeen coming off of the Superbowl comeback over the falcons perhaps Tom Brady's greatest moments coming back may twenty five point second half deficit in the Super Bowl around the trade deadline that following season twenty seventeen teams were reaching out to bill Belichick about his quarterback they were reaching out about Jimmy Garoppolo's Tom Brady had just won yet another Super Bowl Tom Brady obviously was impeccable in the third quarter on a throw that pick six to open up the third quarter and was pretty brutal down twenty eight to three but when it mattered most Brady was at his finest in the fourth quarter and overtime all of that Super Bowl it's twenty seventeen people are calling up bill Belichick saying Hey would you offer Jimmy J. the upcoming quarterback draft classes in grades what do you want for Jimmy G. an NFL executive told Matt Miller of bleacher report quote we used to call him about once a week back then asking if he'd moved one of them and we weren't alone either and remember one of them was in Tom Brady it was Garoppolo's or Jacoby Brissett sacked remember Jacoby percent had started some games in place of Brady the previous season when Brady was suspended by the NFL for deflate gate so you had you Kobe Brissette Jimmy Garoppolo's and Tom Brady so people are calling the patriots about Garoppolo's war percent well to be at least the Indianapolis Colts treated for Brissette they traded away Philip door set in early September so that left garage below on the roster heading toward the October trade deadline a current director of player personnel told bleacher report quote we were calling bill once a week I swear to god trying to get Jimmy you might not remember this but at the time nobody love the upcoming quarterback class in.

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"d. a" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:16 min | 6 months ago

"d. a" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Stop the spread of this virus D. A.'s top stories is your cold open view his social media platforms I think anybody that he's got a project when we'll be back to normal is is just throwing darts I think the leagues are having those conversations but I think the leagues don't really know and when I hear a date like the late June what it tells me is the leagues are trying to form plans to come back they don't want to shut down the years for good they don't want to and this season's this way but they're going to be really really safe about it I mean it's probable that life returns to a certain level of normalcy within three to four weeks once there are that body of that body of work that body of time that goes through that we experienced that we come out of the other end and we see what the curvy is who is in fact the death rate etcetera like that what the health care system takes on all these things I think we'll start getting a better sense of where life is going to be but the problem is we're so early in this experience I mean really everybody's only being crushed by the reality as a nation on the whole for less than a week I mean a week ago we were still all systems go for tournaments in NCW tournaments and games are being played as of Wednesday so we're less than a week into what this new reality years I think we take this next week it'll be a lot different one week from now how we feel I think a week after that it's gonna be a lot different in how we feel a week after that a lot different and I'm not saying suddenly a month from now everything is fine everybody is healthy or playing sports not what I'm saying I'm just saying I think you need time and days and experience to just witness what happens so that people can adjust any people have already adjusted dramatically in five days to what a new wife walks like editing sports is gonna be the same way my expectation is right now we're still stumbling through the dark looking for the light switch trying to figure out what is going to happen where are we and in about a month we'll have illumination will have information we'll have some intelligence to say oh okay this is what the month look like this is what the next month will look like so I think honestly what the NBA is saying in the end be it was the first to shut down is three months from now we're still willing and wanting to finish this season but we're not going to rush this and it's rather safe than sorry even if we're back to somewhat of normalcy in four to six weeks let's push it out to twelve weeks for at least nine weeks ten weeks to really feel as though we can be safe in what we do but as I've always said there is so much money involved in these games and these television events that if there's a way to do it they're going to try to do it maybe that means there's no fans maybe that means it's in G. league James our practice facilities maybe it means that there's only forty people in the building but I do believe that the leagues are already setting course of okay what's a realistic target date and the fact that the NBA has floated a late June means they're looking at three months from now trying to resume in some way I think we'll get some normalcy before the end of by trying to take that date now I think it's a fool's errand eight five five two one two for CBS is the phone number eight five five two.

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"d. a" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:05 min | 7 months ago

"d. a" Discussed on 710 WOR

"A month it has been wild and I had a buddy of mine either entering last night he said D. A. he said but some of the stuff you've been through and and some stuff I'm seeing about you this week do you ever do stuff on the air that you regret and I want good lord do not been on the air for thirty years three hours a day five days a week that's tens of thousands of hours of opportunity to screw up of course I've done things I regret of course I've been all stages in front of well over a million people in live audiences in the thirty years that I speak I've spoken have I said some things on stage that were cringe worthy all you bet sometimes intentionally sometimes I go back and go I don't even know where that came from word of what was out too much coffee for a walked out there I mean yeah so yeah I mean this is a fun world I live in because everything I do just about his life and then worse than that it's recorded and played over over over over over over over over over over over over over over over again so yeah that's part of my life and so I get the opportunity you know the ones are revealing I told him I said that you know the only thing I really regret not made some mistakes but Hey you make mistakes if you're entering swing it right so I'm okay with that I've done some stuff is cringe worthy probably would do it again but I was in the ring swing and I'm okay with that you just you you know and put your dukes up go at it you're gonna you gonna hit some stop sometime judge okay the only thing I've done with end of quit doing these the only ones I regret R. one of done rants for I attacked a person and somewhere around twenty years ago I made a decision that I don't do that anymore on the air I will attack an idea big time big time and that there's people that I just from a distance that I really don't like but that's not the point the point is for me to talk to you guys and a teacher not talk about an idea you know and so you know but I I there's there's YouTube out there of me floating around it from the fox business days when I show on their attacking individual an individual about something and I wish I hadn't done that and I teach are odd Ramsey personalities as a don't do that you know and so there's lots of people out there that they teach things that are opposite of me the saying negative things about me and I just I don't want that that's that's one thing I don't do but I have I mean I tell you what we had we did a video one time with a bunch of our coordinators in it from financial peace university and put pictures of those people in a brochure and it came out about two years later what we're still using the video that one of those guys was arrested for child **** so you know we did with real butchers away we enter the video that guy was gone right because certainly don't be associated with that we certainly didn't know anything about it at the time but talk about cringe worthy chase and not yet you know the humor they'll got the crocodile hunter what he lovable that killed member him and all his kids run around their precious now doing shows the stuff and it was just show we all watched I used to do a joke and it was in when the O. F. B. U. videos and it was a funny joke but but it was tragic I and I used to say you know if you keep playing credit card you're gonna get bet you know god missiles of crocodiles only days you give Mister little dangers animals you don't get it well you did get it right and completely uncool to leave that video out there right there was a funny joke always alive but you know it was pretty bad taste in cringe worthy to leave it out so we edited that video and took that joke out obviously we don't use that joke and what's not funny because a guy got killed blesses heart right in it it's not so I did a rant on Monday about the over dramatic drip drip dramatization of the earthquakes in Porto Rico and the fires in I wish her all bad things the fires in Australia and I even made fun of on Monday get this I made fun of schools.

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"d. a" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:15 min | 7 months ago

"d. a" Discussed on KTOK

"To a doctor and the doctor looks at it and says okay here's a prescription of travel all right at and then it gets transmitted through this network are excellent to pharmacists now that that all found religion and that's what happens when you go to a doctor if you tell them your symptoms of and they prescribe a drug the issue was first of all they were starting with the drugs the customer showing up saying I want this particular drug and that's a red flag but then at a certain point these doctors were filling hundreds of prescription the day so they're basically just checking off each one that I had to come through and say yes yes yes yes yes there was actually a balk way to check them all off you can just say all these look good without actually looking at them so then you get a situation with the doctors not issuing legitimate prescription the doctors prescribing whatever the person wants and that is I mean it's a tough area and they had a tough time in the end proving that the doctors knew what they were doing at the two doctors who struggle I followed very closely were ultimately acquitted yeah yeah I was trying to figure whether you know what the criminal culpability ability would be for people who are thought they were you know it maybe it was a seemed a little bit shady but there was nothing definite about it and whether they could be punished or not and I guess you just answer that question I I I was thinking you know because of the what is described as the opioid crisis and the appeal mills and all that stuff that that the D. A.'s attention would have got to this eventually but those drugs back then as you say they work schedule one drugs I think the regulations have changed quite a bit now but back then they they fell into a sort of a gray area as you said yeah absolutely and and towards the end of all a ruse you know sort of empire they they work schedule they did put them on the controlled schedule and and you know those people at the D. A. what the two said that the power was one reason for that like once he realized what he was doing you know they were they were trying to the lobby for that to happen to them did you schedule because the DA has a much easier time investigating and prosecuting as it stood because it requires that the doctors and the pharmacist you.

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"d. a" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:55 min | 8 months ago

"d. a" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Understand the whole K. E. ID without him there would not have been a a KFI in this form absolutely when I come here in eighty eight was a three D. A. started on okay fine eighty eight we got here ninety two and things were starting to go he he was by far the most popular thing in the world had had tremendous audience numbers so I don't think our show with the succeeded on KFI without getting the head start from Russian those years right and we had that line up of Russian right to Laura make a lot of a lot of people have power house started yeah I think a lot of people forgotten how you know rush builds KFI yes any announced today at the end of the show that he has been diagnosed with severe lung cancer basically so what he's going to have to take some breaks from the airwaves for treatments it wasn't that specific about the stage of it or you know the situation but and here he said he said I feel like I let some listeners down because I guess he's going to take some time off and deal with this it's like now I think this is the election year I guess he feels like this is a big a bigger tuning uniting the do it doing the show is his life no no because you're just announced the contract extension ending was gonna continue for a number of years of our years yeah so he was gonna going to Lee tell yeah drop dead now well wisher well I hope you know you can take in battle that thing I'm the other of course house health and science says got Tate is on the corona virus China is now admitting that there is been some shortcomings in the way they have dealt with the corona virus as the death toll climbs over four hundred and the number of cases worldwide explodes it's almost hard to keep up with the numbers because they just keep coming in report after report the China death toll is now greater than the sars outbreak from the early two thousands which also captivated the media and the world for some time the total cases if if you believe the number has risen above twenty thousand I remember talking about this a couple weeks ago it was only of what it is like a hundred couple hundred cases again well there's no formula to calculate how much the Chinese are covering up and how much will never now a man from Wuhan China died in a hospital in Manila Philippines over the weekend the first death outside of China you know the Vietnamese have an outright ban on Chinese people coming to the country well yeah but it's funny because here in America it's like oh my god this is when you don't see the phobia and racism yeah go to Vietnam talked to what what that what that what they're doing they're they're just they'd in fact it there's signs up in restaurants that say no Chinese there are eight numbers yet non you know Vietnam basically is Chinese did you know that well guess trying to kind of control the whole region many you know sure long time ago and they're all basically Chinese but they consider themselves Vietnamese has a country form several yeah they they have declared the distinction the Chinese foreign ministry had a statement today they want the US to refrain from overreacting to the epidemic and to cooperate with Beijing in trying to contain the outbreak they're hoping for some kind of assistance I don't know why I think trump tweeted out something along the lines were probably help on but the other story locally is that some of the Americans who were trying to get away from the corona outbreak run a virus outbreak in China will fly into a San Diego military base this week I think we talked about this last week and Corbin Carson was on that they had plans to bring more planes is the one out that landed at riverside county at the March reserve air base and I heard those people still under quarantine they're just sitting there thank in self fees and playing games and my guess watching TV as nothing you can do is gonna stay inside for two weeks yeah I hope I hope you don't get any symptoms a group will arrive at marine corps air station Miramar and they will be quarantine for fourteen days same thing they're doing with the group out in riverside county and is we've you know if you have been listening to us cover this what we don't really know is the Chinese government being forthcoming on the numbers and I think what most people Ben their ear listening carefully for is the death not the case that one of the deaths because the deaths obviously for tell something far more serious than the case is because people get the cold to get the flu people get sick right now and use what's the what's the kill rate what's the percentage that's what people are trying to figure out and obviously we're still not in a situation where an end to the definitive answer to the death and that's why it asked if trump auto at put today up a condition on giving money saying we'll give you money and help out the best we can but you've got to be straight with how many deaths and how many people I've gotten a virus you you you you have to is because the with all the doctors that are researching this need to know because there's reports now that the virus mutates from individual to individual now how they determine that you can not not only can you pick it up by breathing in the air or having sneeze droplets on you but it's in people's pope fecal all right so if somebody if somebody is wiping themselves and doesn't wash their hands properly and then shakes your hand touches the doorknob you put your and your face then you can get it that way as well and the way it is so I I mean they want to know how how many different ways it mutates how many different ways it spreads how fast and if you get no reliable information that that hurts everybody in the world so somebody's got I've knock some heads with these Chinese leaders all right we got more coming up it dangerous Johnny can't.

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"d. a" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:06 min | 8 months ago

"d. a" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"C. D. A. L. I you can not make this up I swear to you this is a true headline yes ma'am we warn hub for disability discrimination claiming that its videos not have subtitles Jaroslaw service has filed a class action lawsuit against the international porn site claiming it's the lack of subtitles is a done I'll of access and is violating the Americans with disabilities act why because he wanted to watch a step baby since BDS FE among other titles okay you guys will be hot step baby says that disobedient nephew is that I think I don't see how that sexy you okay I could be wrong I think guys like that Mrs Robinson thing I think guys like be whole you're young and there's a woman I know this whole Oedipus complex you know mommy and control sort of thing you know domineering figure I guess guys are into that I don't know you guys to leave so that's like sixty were somebody older than you and in a position of authority whose woman teaches you about sex is that without why I'm surprised that that that's what we're we're looking at here he is seeking an undisclosed amount yet quarry price vice president for help so the water was closed caption section does have a close captioning section on their website the Americans with disabilities act very seriously companies do not want to violate that so he tried to watch the Hans van baby since this will be the nephew and sexy copy cats witness to talk and then Daddy for K. Alison comes to talk about money toys noddy father anyway he he couldn't get through the dialogue in the flakes because there was a lack of subtitles guys do you really I think that you guys were looking for the story in trying to analyze the antagonism protagonist and you know the the moral of the story and where and how about the plot thickens I didn't think there was much that I I would have thought that you know what it was okay well that's just kind of you know the window dressing and it is all about watch what they do but apparently there has to be a story attached to it they have a court document document stating that service believes a lack of closed caption violates the rights of the eighty eight I went to the U. S. former labor the eighty purpose discrimination against people disabilities of several areas include employment transportation public accommodations communications access to state and local government programs and services the disgruntled porn seeker also said there's been a bit of a delay mail that he and others of purchase porn helps premium subscription hoping that would only be the issue not only did he spent extra money while there to be accommodations for his lack of hearing he should get what you pay for I just don't know if that's Americans with disabilities act as much as you know small claims court I don't know she is seeking undisclosed amount of damages and report Hobbes and closed captioning to its videos so court price said the vice president we understand that your sponsor is it so important for claiming we deny the deaf and hearing impaired axes are videos while we do not generally come in at the bosses of life it's up to you to point out the vehicles have you get away there does appear to be closed caption section and it has over four hundred videos so that's kind of nice I mean that's that's kind of a lot you know.

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"d. a" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

08:55 min | 9 months ago

"d. a" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"New direction mentoring program no stranger you've been here with us before we've done some good work together thank you how are you I'm doing well how are you I'm good listen I was happy to see you at our were a conviction integrity unit reception right for the D. A.'s office I think that's a game changer for many people right right absolutely and it's the great initiative that DA Howard and you are laying out and I'm excited to see what happens absolutely now you got something big coming up and I'm just excited let's talk about it okay so the last time I came on was to talk about new direction mentoring program is a program I've been working with for over eight years and it is the baby of new life church in new life community ministries and the cap county and for several years he worked with and you can't use and to cap county juvenile court we we cut that relationship briefly last year to just expand our reach to the community public school system and south the cabin beyond and I spoke at one right meetings yeah right you came and spoke with our mentors for the training you have to get us ready to bring in some new students from make their high school so we did that we got some students to make their high school who wanted to be a part of the program and what happened was once we got two kids and from there we started getting other people some from the court some from other community some from Fulton County and beyond who wanted to be a part of what it is that we're doing so let me just tell you why it's really unique so we have a lot of mentoring programs out there but we do things a little differently that in addition to one on one Manchurian through strategic goal setting we do a major project every year so for the past two years what we've done is we've done a movie her so you know we are exposing our youth to opportunities that they G. ramped up having and skill sets that will help propel them to greater career path in the future through this program so what it is is we the kids come up with the story line they come up with the the vision for the movie itself and they're responsible for doing the production the camera work lighting sound under the direction of a film director they do their own music their own beats they're in the studio so every like from top to bottom it's work that they use have done while while I'm loving that okay now hello everyone listening can participate absolutely how can we do that well I want to invite you guys to our premier January twenty fifth the movie is caught air drop it's a thirty thirty five minute short it it talks about a young man who was a gang member previously and kinda lost his way after high school and ended up coming back trying to reinvent himself by going to school going to college well hold hello now I don't like me you talk about how you know it it might be it might be and that adaptation are you sure you know they came up with this one what this what this probably means is it's a story that a lot of people can relate absolutely write a story of redemption so like I said it it January twenty fifth one PM our red carpet I mean we do it at so we have red carpet you you know cameras video we're going to have a Q. and a session after that we're going to have an opportunity for people who want to learn more about the program and or sponsor the program to come in and get together with the cast and crew in the leadership team and talk about opportunities there so like I said it is drop and I can give you the link where you can register to free event okay so we want you to bring fifty of your closest friends when you come we have a lot of space it is actually going to be in the sanctuary of the church normally Avenue at a movie theater but actually we've exceeded the amount of people who can actually be in the movie theaters guys guests are concerned so we're going to lose use our fancy at sanctuary special beautiful so for its new life church campus at three five nine two flat shoals road Decatur Georgia at three five nine two flat shows road Decatur Georgia and like I said the movie starts at one o'clock and the red carpet which we'd love for you to be there at ten that is well the community is welcome to come take pictures kinda learn about what it is that we do I love what you're doing this is tremendous at this not only not only creates the connectivity we're looking for a mentorship programs but it gives exposure to a new professional dynamic correct correct three five nine two flat shows role Decatur Georgia January twenty fifth I'm beginning at one PM that's the movie time you can get there early for the red carpet at twelve noon correct okay movie is about thirty minutes it's like thirty thirty five we're going to have a performance from day you know that team who did the music and awards session I didn't say this to her yet haven't told her but the lady who was on several months ago whose son was in our program last year and lost his life yeah I'm in you helped provide the men memorial services for himself first of all thank you again for that my pleasure and we're going to we're going to recognize him and more Tory yes you know because he was a critical part of the program as well so we're gonna have an awards ceremony and it's not gonna be too long maybe a couple of hours at most but it'll be a good opportunity to bring your your young kids it's rated P. G. sell you know if that's the issue you can I don't I don't think anything rated PGA at all okay and how can people contact you if there's an individual listening they would like to become a mentor how can they do that I'm sure you can reach out to the church hi new life church you know I let me just give you this number this is the so get directly to me six seven eight five four eight zero eight six six six seven eight five four eight zero eight six six and you can reach out to me directly and we're about to start a new cohort and March so we're opening up to anybody and the area beyond we have people from all counties who come in if you are listening to me and you have your stuff one fifth together let me let me say that again if you're listening to me and you have your life one fifth together not halfway together not all the way to get just one fifth I want you to take that one fifth and I want you to pour that one fifth into somebody else right it's call mentor ship mentorship mentorship change my life mentorship changes the world are you do not have to be perfect to be a mentor when you boil it down what Jesus Christ did and I'm talking to all of my people of faith right now when you boil it down to the fundamentals Jesus decided to mentor twelve me that's what he did yeah he made two or twelve million and change the entire world if you want to change the world you have to figure out over the course of your lifetime you have to find twelve people over the course of your lifetime and pour the best of you inside of them that's it that's how your legacy will remain on this earth far beyond you you can call right now six seven eight five four eight zero eight six six that's six seven eight five four eight zero eight six six these are serious people and these are good people and they give you the training and everything you need to do this right six seven eight five four eight zero eight six six ten dropping the ball you do all thanks for having me appreciate you there news and top thirteen eighty W. A. okay.

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"d. a" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:56 min | 9 months ago

"d. a" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"D. A. L. hi so a very kind of startling headline which I mean a lot of us doctors kinda knew this was going on but it's not as sexy a headline as the opioid crisis and other things but a huge headline today reported that alcohol is killing more Americans than ever and in fact in the year two thousand seventeen I apologize about really bad allergies today in two thousand seventeen they found that seventy two thousand Americans died of sorrow many of alcohol related death yeah the opioid crisis killed about seventy thousand as well so the up your crisis gets all the headlines alcohol doesn't and you would think that alcohol would be kind of an old school high it would be an old school go to you know we have all the snacks we have all these hundred calorie little packets so I need to hit my carbs I could do so with like a little hundred calorie oriel packet not really the Orioles but you know what I'm saying and we have pain medications so we don't need to like in the old days drink alcohol to get rid of a pain when we could you know what we have other things other than alcohol alcohol used to be the go to for centuries so you would think alcohol related deaths are alcoholism would go down and as it I believe in nineteen ninety nine that about thirty five thousand people die from alcohol related deaths liver disease car accidents things like that and by the year two thousand seventeen at more than doubled so why would it go what okay so what's happened between nineteen ninety nine and two thousand seventeen while the all new millennium a lot of computer issues about computer internet you know the ride Cher marijuana legalization ACA and then I predicted once we started to restrict opioid prescriptions of pain pills people would have to go back to what they used to numb to dull the pain now I'm just guessing I mean the facts are we have seventy five thousand people dying and that's an underestimation they say of alcohol really does we know alkyl really does is out that those are the facts the reasons for the theories overall gas projectors and I get very very frustrated in medicine or in journalism when they bring up a issue like the obesity crisis or the vaping crisis and they try to guess as to why that's happening and you don't look laterally and see what are all the other changes that we're doing so also when between nineteen ninety nine two thousand seventeen we curve the lot of smoking we got a lot of people are smoking may be rather than a lot of the smokers going to food I'm going to vaping they want alcohol you know is anybody even kind of thinkin that as we have certain epidemics or increased incidence of something there could be something laterally going on that's the only now that's feeding that lane and so when I see that alcohol which is old school and I mean this is something in by the I mean we're in two thousand twenty okay I mean we should be stored Vance the medicine that we detect alcoholism right away I mean medical students we teach medical students first year almost first semester how to identify alcoholism I mean this is something we could do blindfold you would think by the year two thousand twenty we would know how to like this but we don't because we have other crises feeling into it so why would a see why would healthcare obamacare our healthcare landscape feel into this well what did we use alcohol for in the olden days prior to going to the doctor would use alcohol for cough mama give you some shops gives a brandy and that would help you with your cough our goal would help people the pain alcohol would help people with their sleep in fact preterm labor women would be using alcohol to help them their contracts so alcohol was a goal to medicine now we have people with huge deductibles we're not going to the doctor and having difficulty getting in right but you know I've talked to people online and I said look did you go to your doctor about this car for weeks ago my doctor does have an opening for three months so they're called them that long are they having pain they're gonna go do whatever they have either covered or their fridge or the pantry so I do believe that our lack of healthcare access or high deductibles or our new medical landscape could be contributing to this and then all the weight restrictions we got a little loose and relaxed when it came to opioids in the early two thousands and then we started and I told you why it's because we could in fried people's kidneys with anti inflammatories we had people teaching more boomers out there that were outliving the heart attacks and cancer and now they got arthritis and they got joints you know it's really hard to be sixty seventy eighty ninety years old you know what the same joints you had with that you were born with so we had to come up with something for pain and we couldn't again do as I farmers are easily difficult Vioxx and you know **** two inhibitors to the degree that people needed to secure the paint so all the way to you restrictions went up well now we're restricted so when a person one can get in with a doctor or two can't get enough of a pain medication and I mean I'm getting calls from people with root canals and it out to say I love you guys are ready to they out of you guys ever had a kidney stone I'm if you guys have ever had a broken bone but the sucker hurts and so people want alcohol and then maybe we've done really good on the war on drugs they don't maybe it's a little harder to get drugs I don't know I don't do drugs but if somebody wants to escape the good alcohol so my recommendation to any of you is if you do have somebody in the family I like to drink thanks every day goes nonaligned nonalcoholic now I just have a couple drinks a day you don't that's about how much they use an absolute they never thought about maybe coming back there's more than two drinks a day for a man or more than one drink a day for a woman can be technically considered moderate to all her dolls in alcohol and we're not talking about like you know in Kabul size one small glass of wine could technically name for a girl but she's over drinking so I think the other problem we have is a lot of people don't think they have an alcohol issue they drink they have to finish.

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"d. a" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:25 min | 9 months ago

"d. a" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The people inside the car filming with their iPhones let's say two so you got five different points of view going on the people that courts and juries are gonna have to sift through D. A.'s defendants they're gonna have to look at all the stuff in trying to piece together what happened and this is all new like previously you did this from testimony only right exactly so like are we opening ourselves up to a time when D. A.'s are are less willing to bring up charges unless there is footage you know yeah I wonder but I mean it doesn't sound like there's going to be much a lack of it there's a company called both com who makes body worn cameras for police has is also releasing one for civilians is basically the same thing without their police software like just somebody just wears at all times yeah basically to film the police while the police are filling them and they they say it's perfect for protests improving legality right and there's like there's like a button the power button or stop for the record button has to be pressed a certain way so even if like somebody's bumping into your beating you up your camera will stop recording yeah it's like good lord like the fact that this is the core argument that that's like a selling point yeah is is really unsettling and sad you know it is but Hey everybody come get your body worn cameras because you need to phone the people were filming you because you can't trust the even this measure that's being used to supposedly protect your right yeah crazy that that it's crazy that were in the state in this country it's depressing it is there is another point to me to check the idea of having all these different points of view our video documentation this is also coming at a time when we are starting to see editing software where you can cater video and make it do anything yeah they can make it say anything you can make it you can do anything with video there was a moon landing how how is that going to affect yeah you know the use of video and and in documentation for court cases too well and we've already seen just with Baltimore you know what can happen when cops not to wear these in weather try to coordinate who's got his camera on the jabber camera on it what about that thirty second buffer.

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"d. a" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"d. a" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"The other option not having a personal conduct policy where we can see D. A.'s getting paid off and local cops turning the cheek the other way and guys getting away with crimes and the league doesn't even know about it this is what Roger Goodell has to do its part of his job this is a monster story today John Clayton friend to the show the guy go back a long way formally ESPN is with ESPN in Seattle what a great column on this and how it affects the Seahawks so one of the fifth that here in the opening monologue is I'm in for Amy and finally the Chicago White Sox of added netting for foul balls down the entire line all the way to both our polls was another big story tonight if you saw it on SportsCenter or anywhere else this is a raging debate that's really important it really is you might not think it's a big deal and I got to be really careful how I frame this because little kids are getting hit with foul balls and that's awful and I can't imagine what it must be like for a parent they have a three or four year old hit by a foul ball and have to live with that knowing that you couldn't help but there are a lot of people that go to baseball games that don't wanna sit behind a net and tonight after seeing all the highlights from the white Sox game it was bizarre now there are six teams currently search teams total in Major League Baseball that have the extended netting in the ball park that's the white Sox starting tonight the nationals the pirates the Royals the Orioles the Dodgers and the Rangers so we're on all those markets so you should be able to call in if you've been to a game and know what that experiences what this twenty three other teams that have chosen not to yet because of various reasons the configuration of a ball park either going to do it if they believe in the process or not I go to baseball games but I live in Vegas we don't have a major league team we got a brand new minor league ballpark it's gorgeous nicest new ballpark in America is in Vegas for the Las Vegas aviators and they have netting you know all right up to the dugouts over the dog out and then they stop I've sat in the lower streets and when you sit in those seats your your head is on a swivel you know that I fell balls gonna get you quick if you're not watching it gets into the debate about phones and put your phones away and all that so after I saw tonight I'm just telling you for me it would change my opinion on buying a ticket to a game of fire to sit behind a net do you agree or disagree on that have you been behind the net has it changed your perception of a game and the fact that kids can't in Iraq will players are coming on and off for autographs before game or even during a game catching a ball or east even a routine foul ball how do you feel about that at a five five two one two four two two seven when we come back we'll get into the quarterbacks in the NFL who are under extreme pressure this year when we continue on CBS sports radio sports radio ninety two nine the game studios driven by kia and the official sponsor of the Atlanta Falcons radio network no.

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