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"dan brooks" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:51 min | 2 months ago

"dan brooks" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A record amount of outside money is flooding into Senate races across the country. Of course, control of the chamber is up for grabs in next week's election. As NPR's gyms are only reports much of the outside money comes from groups whose donors are mystery. Last March. A day before the filing deadline, Montana Governor Steve Bullock announced he would challenge the Republican Senate incumbents Steve Daines, and so began the epic battle of this Steve's on the airwaves. I think that Danes had his first attack at up in I would say it was less than a week. Lee Banville teaches journalism at the University of Montana, he says many millions of dollars are being spent on the race the population of its largest city. Billings, Khun fit inside a big college football stadium. So all those millions by a lot of TV and Internet ads, whether it's the radio, or, you know, gosh knows if you're watching the nightly news or jeopardy. You just It's political out after political ad do you call a man who doesn't just accept trumps corruption? But votes for it? What do you call a man like this? You call him? Delis. That ad is paid for by the never Trumper Lincoln Project, one of the most prolific spenders this year. Montana writer Dan Brooks wonders if he sledgehammers subtle negative ads turn off voters from the perspective of people that I talked about. It just makes everyone generally angry at politics. I think that like Just seeing it everywhere is alienating. Many of these groups have bland names that obscure who they really are. Ah, bill passed by the House would force them to be more transparent about their funders. It's stuck on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is desk. The idea behind the bill is that voters should know where this outside money is coming from, even if they can't get rid of it altogether. Jim's a roly NPR

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Political Campaigns See Flood Of Outside Money, Often From Unknown Donors

Marketplace

03:51 min | 2 months ago

Political Campaigns See Flood Of Outside Money, Often From Unknown Donors

"A record amount of outside money is flooding into Senate races across the country. Of course, control of the chamber is up for grabs in next week's election. As NPR's gyms are only reports much of the outside money comes from groups whose donors are mystery. Last March. A day before the filing deadline, Montana Governor Steve Bullock announced he would challenge the Republican Senate incumbents Steve Daines, and so began the epic battle of this Steve's on the airwaves. I think that Danes had his first attack at up in I would say it was less than a week. Lee Banville teaches journalism at the University of Montana, he says many millions of dollars are being spent on the race the population of its largest city. Billings, Khun fit inside a big college football stadium. So all those millions by a lot of TV and Internet ads, whether it's the radio, or, you know, gosh knows if you're watching the nightly news or jeopardy. You just It's political out after political ad do you call a man who doesn't just accept trumps corruption? But votes for it? What do you call a man like this? You call him? Delis. That ad is paid for by the never Trumper Lincoln Project, one of the most prolific spenders this year. Montana writer Dan Brooks wonders if he sledgehammers subtle negative ads turn off voters from the perspective of people that I talked about. It just makes everyone generally angry at politics. I think that like Just seeing it everywhere is alienating. Many of these groups have bland names that obscure who they really are. Ah, bill passed by the House would force them to be more transparent about their funders. It's stuck on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is desk. The idea behind the bill is that voters should know where this outside money is coming from, even if they can't get rid of it altogether. Jim's a roly NPR

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"dan brooks" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:32 min | 3 months ago

"dan brooks" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"So like when people be like man, hot show be like Right. The fuck tonalities passes for the past two years. He's been with the Broncos. We probably that every day like he tells him, we can't get to the quarterback. But I hands up into football and When I saw you, man when I saw their ball in the air, like a slow motion, I was like, man, I got to get it. I do. I like my old Zealand coast with Dan Brooks. It'd be like, be we supposed to be with supposed to be there? And I was where I was supposed to be. And I made that play and it was like It was like, Wow, I didn't hear because of the game like they're caught in a session. Can Yeah. Wasn't just you got the interception. It was who is the quarterback? Kind of accept it? Not that I got an interception on Cam nude man. How many phone calls to get since you had the interception? On the phone that blowing up People just, um, you know, Cooper back home. I just This just happened because, you know, they know my story. No, Harward just just have opportunity, and then do that. Against the big time opponent in there, go in. When did nobody give us a chance to kind of set the tone? With that, like with in a session in there, and it's just this is a snowstorm from you know guys is might making plays. Justin, scooping balls the D line, just stopping the run Russian elite. Cheek. You know, you got Jack but making physical place down here on the run. I see. Did yes. How about that play made on the screenplay bra? How about the screenplay that that that we just came in like that was that was a great play man of Jack. For you Just like that playwright down, man, That's him all day like People look at him, and they I think you know, He's just a small guy. We was talking on the planning like how I feel like you don't get enough respect as it is or his like arms. We have longevity in the league. I was like how you not make it to a Pro bowl. I I don't I don't get it. And like he just man, but he can assist the tone for the defense by everybody Be like the defensive line. Yeah, We liked the heart, but him like making plays like that, Like everybody fired up. And then you saw a play when Justin came down. Yes. Running back in the back there, sort of like Is devices Get everybody find out. We know what type of dollars we have a decent deal out a lot back. What? We got all three phases that this will in the hidden not just not people out. Well, I'll tell you what your Ah, very easy guy to be rooting for right now to shine. It was great to see you. Ah, play yesterday. Great to see you have the success your you're having in this third go around with the team, and we hope that we continue to see you out there on the field doing what it is you do, and you got a tough Kansas City opponent coming up next week. So ah! Let's see a repeat performance. We can't wait. Yes, sir. My knowledge one. Thank everybody bar, close country. Just accept me once I came into the 18 90 They just opened a arms to me like he was family. And I think I'm just a blue collar guy. You know, I never quit. And I think this is organizations about Just winning, you know, don't know Bhai like losing his organization and I think we're going to have only just keep working hard and they know spec. These wins one by one, and I think it is building up. You know? Like you said, we've got a tough She's coming up. You know, I'm watching the game right now. So you know, we just gotta go in there. No, we do just be us. You know the chief. So you know, the chief of chiefs, you know, they've got every right to be who they are. You know the reigning descendant chance So you know, we gotta play everybody like how we played last week. Of adulation of the barcode countryman and much loved the yards. Walk with me to the team, and I'm going to do everything I can, you know, just to keep, you know, to keep my job appreciate. Amen. Amen to that, And you know he's wearing the 90 and whatever. When I something yesterday I thought about to myself was hell. Smith is wearing heels. Mass number. That's your number. Now he's wearing the nine O'Neill Smith's coming on tomorrow. All right, so we're gonna have Neil on the show. Tomorrow Should be really good. A big congratulations there too. Ah! Nushawn Williams and Great Interception history. Great win for the Denver Broncos. It's big Alan Jo Jo, This is Kay away news radio. Traffic.

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"dan brooks" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"dan brooks" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"She want a string of awards and was considered one of the biggest rising stars. News time. 10 48 traffic and weather together and let's hit the roads with Katherine Leslie. Dan Brooks, looking through those triple A jam cams. We are seeing that we still have some heavy traffic on 94 eastbound. This report sponsored by Henry Ford College that traffic is still heavy on 94 eastbound between Meraz and eight Mile due to an earlier road closure, But that accident has been cleared out, so you should be moving again very soon through that zone. 94 eastbound between Meraz and eight miles still a bit heavy and slow but should be clearing out. Also, we have cleared out that crash on my island, the rollover accident on U. S. 23. A carpenter road, that one's all gone. Traffic heavy on the Southfield Freeway, though in that ongoing work zone, it's north and South bound south field at Michigan Avenue due to ongoing road work there, That's the Southfield Freeway. Now. Gas leak. We still are looking at this on McNichols west of the South Field Freeway. That road is closed in both directions, so you'll want to stay away from that area. We different moving work Crew on North Bound Lodge from Claire amount to eight mile. The left Lane is closed down until about 11 30 this morning, looking for a career focused education in two years or less. At Henry Ford College there one year and two year programs get you ready for big things. They also offer four year options like culinary school and dozens of transfer programs. Get ready for your future at Henry Ford College visit h FCC dot edu in the W W. J traffic Center Katherine Leslie Wwj NewsRadio 9 50 now the AccuWeather forecast. Well, it is gonna be a very warm afternoon today with a partly sunny sky high up to 89. The humidity still won't be that bad. The humidity though we'll.

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Trump ordered states to open churches

WBZ Afternoon News

00:54 sec | 8 months ago

Trump ordered states to open churches

"Update houses of worship are going back to in person services in some states after president trump called them essential pastor Ryan this conte a generation church in Arizona is ready what we've done is make it possible for people to go from the streets to their seat and then out again without having to touch any services for anybody we have teams who are sanitizing all the services that do get touched between each service like our CD the doctor Dan brook at Beth Israel deaconess Medical Center in Boston says several vaccines are needed to contain covert nineteen the world actually needs multiple vaccines because there are seven billion people in the world so this is not a race to be first this is a global cooperation in which multiple regions of the world and multiple companies need to work together to develop vaccines for a very very large number of people nearly one hundred thousand in the U. S. alone have

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"dan brooks" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:32 min | 10 months ago

"dan brooks" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Northbound bush turnpike in Irving we've got some midday construction going on near belt line in the two left lanes I'm Julie Rogers next report to twenty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen okay orally weather center forecast sunny hot today we've now officially broken the record for this date the old record in nineteen ninety one and nineteen thirty at ninety three degrees we've had ninety four this afternoon could still go even higher a muggy night tonight low seventy five tomorrow mostly cloudy and cooler with a high of only about sixty two is a cold front is going to come through scattered storms are possible on Friday mostly cloudy with a high of sixty seven and then rain and storms on Saturday a high of sixty eight by Easter Sunday it turns cooler later in the day high seventy five first part of next week our chief meteorologist Dan Brooks says we might just hit fifty degrees and no warmer than that ninety one degrees right now grand prairie it's eighty eights in Plano ninety four degrees here ten eighty KRLD no matter when you get in the car were the only station that brings you news traffic and weather all day newsradio ten eighty KRLD thanks so much for staying with us on two twenty one here news radio ten eighty K. R. L. D. as we've seen it with a lot of companies that are having their employees work from home there are technical difficulties that can happen and that apparently.

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"dan brooks" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

11:22 min | 1 year ago

"dan brooks" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"They played for one hundred years without batting helmets. He says if you cut down on the protective gear you will not increase injuries and you will force the hitters to get off the plate. So this is like a What's that affect calls? Were the writers. Suddenly they take more risks the helps pelts ner ner affects some something like that. Yeah Peltzman of health. Minute fact. Yeah yes all right so I think that there are some pitches that hit you in the hand that you can't that you're not allowing to you on purpose and so or that I mean I guess that's not how the peltzman effect works. I I would say that it is true that not every hit by pitch would still exist in a world without padding but many would and it seems like a weird thing that batters shouldn't be allowed to protect their livelihood. It's not what nobody's goes out there to to see a batter get injured. That's not like what we think makes the sport better in so I am on the batter side here. I think that it is on the fans side as well to say that protection for the batters is good even if it does have these unintended consequences of letting batters have a certain amount of impunity in that changes the offensive game and all that so I would say no to that however ever I do. So here's my other. Here's the second thing about my. Don't give them a hit by pitch. If it's within six inches of the plate is I would say A. Don't make them get hit by a pitch. If it's in the batter's box in order to get first base I would say give it any pitch that is in it. Designated Zone of the batter's box is an automatic hit by pitch whether it hits the batter or not and then anything out of that is no base whether it hits them or not and then that way. There is no incentive for batters to get hit all their incentives would be to avoid all the time and they could still get their basis and pitchers would have a much stronger incentive not to pitch way the inside because they would know that it's always going to be a free base. I'm now answering a totally different question. James's but long story short. I'm against this one. I'd be wary of taking away. pitchers throw harder now pitches move more. I think it's just more dangerous. They're bigger the pitch gets on you. Fester than it used to and we they should have. I've had padding then I mean they didn't have catchers pads for a long time. It took some time for someone to say how about that they did it. And then a bunch of the people booed the catcher. So you had to deal with that too. I mean it's not like we started having padding only when it was a good idea we didn't have it for a long longtime when it was a good idea right. Yeah Yeah Ray. Chapman didn't die so that we would go back to know batting helmets. Now yes all right number eighteen. Now tell me if this Sa's what you were sort of just suggesting change. The rule from the batter takes I. If he is hit with a pitch to the batter takes I if the pitcher throws a pitch that breaks the front plane of the batter's box that's it that's okay so he says make the front line of the batter's box a little bit wider a little bit brighter. Let's say you put a yellow stripe straight next to the white stripes of the more visible whether the ball has crossed that line. And let's also say that you bury a sensor in the ground beneath that turns on a signal light somewhere if the ball is thrown Over that line yeah. That's what I'm saying. Okay except with second. Yeah all right okay. Number nineteen whatever equipment. The batter wears into the batter's backs he wears until he gets back to the DUGOUT. So if you WANNA wear Shin Guard or the elbow guard or whatever you have to wear it as he run around the bases says which I guess he likes partly because of the leaning over the plate thing but also partly because he thinks it slows down the game when batters say on second base. Have the walk back to first hand Shin Guard to the first base coach. I don't I'm skeptical that it slows the game down so from that perspective. I would say that it's unnecessary Eh. The other half of it is disincentivising the protective equipment. which we've all all already gone over? I don't want to outlaw. I also don't WanNa disincentivize it so I would say no. The the third part of it which is unremarked upon is it would be more fun to watch players running the bases wearing all sorts of obstacles on their body and so in that sense I would say yes yes. I think that it would be more fun. But to the extent that it would Increase lack of player safety. I would say that would be the overriding concern so probably we. This doesn't work yet. All right number twenty deaden the ball a little bit raise the stitches reduced the resiliency of the Pol. Something something that helps the pitchers. Yeah Yeah I mean. I'm I've think I've written I have written. I know I'm written. I think that Major League baseball would be within its rights to establish to change the composition of the ball constantly to do it in a very transparent and open way but to say like we want more offense because offenses offenses down. Who who who knows why it's down but it's down we're going to have a livelier ball this year and vice versa? We're GONNA have a deadball this year. That seems like something that I'm in favor favor of in theory manned so I do think that there are. I think Dan Brooks's convince me of this unintended consequences to all of these things gene. How players attack the strike zone and wet where the incentive of a fourth ball or a third strike comes into? Play so to think this out if you have a dead or ball. The batter has less incentive to put the ball in play more incentive to have long at bats that are likely delete to walks in so you could end up having for instance more walk focused hitters. Which means longer plate appearances which maybe more fouls and all those sorts of things that actually slow the game down? Yeah so I. I'm not convinced that it would actually do what is intended but if it did I I'm fine with tinkering with the ball in a very transparent and constantly evolving way although maybe you also get fewer all or nothing swings less lifting the ball just trying to slap it it sort of because you won't get rewarded As often by elevating it and then maybe you get more contact which generally seems like a thing. Yeah anything you do to the ball anything you do to to the average ball all in play is going to have an influence on whether the pitcher is willing to throw strikes and whether the batter wants to swing and so those the two things result of anything that that you do two balls in play and it's complicated you can go both ways and sometimes conflicting his. Yep All right. Twenty one similar purpose put in place in agreement among the teams that every fence that creates a home run must be either three hundred forty feet from home plate or twenty feet high one or the other. So I don't like high walls at all I I would. I would not mind lots of space piece but I don't like high walls problem with lots of spaces that it creates worse were seating but on the other hand you know lots of people sit much further back from the wall. I mean only one person and sitting in the front row of the bleachers and only one row of people Most people are happy sitting back further anyway so Maybe I'm for that I think cub bigger ballparks would be would be a good fix to May. Now what are you GonNa do. You're gonNA tell thirty ballparks they have to like spend millions of dollars It redesigning themselves at it does seem a little tricky at this point but maybe we're grandfathering in everything that's already existent right. Yeah I don't know didn't the MARLINS are moving in the fences now. I think which means even more home runs presumably but Yeah do not like high walls because fewer replays at the wealth fewer HCT robberies. That sort of thing I I liked like the camden yards walls. That are quite low. They're like the perfect tight. Where you can have have homerun robberies? I think the most home robberies occurred there because of that and I'm generally in favor of that. It's an exciting play. Yeah why don't I like them. I don't know why the only time I find a ball banging off the wall just aesthetically Dole and sort of on suspenseful. I don't like that period of waiting. I I know it's a double now. Let's wait. I haven't thought this through this very immediate reactions. I I have not written an article about why I don't like tall walls and so I might actually like tall walls or maybe like the caroms off the wall. Obviously there's some skill in that in knowing how to play a wall but that does add an element of randomness to it because it could hit something on the wall and come off in an unpredictable way. Is that good or bad. I don't know for sure but it means that you get rewarded in an unequal away from the same hit. But here's another thing I don't like about it. I don't like the way that a line drive. That would travel. Three hundred. Seventy feet is is worse than a fly ball that would travel three hundred seventy feet a high fly ball which is what tall walls do? They incentivize the sort of pop up. Fly live walls or high fly balls instead of like harder. Hit Line drives and And in particular and that is I I don't like that but but then it's even more I mean you know it's really that you can hit a three hundred seventy foot line drive for a single or a three hundred and thirty foot papa for a homer I mean that three hundred and thirty foot pop up isn't even a good swing like we see. We see home runs in the proper box all the time. That aren't even really like impressive. Hits it's all And so the that's what I don't like about it. I don't like the the the inequity toward batted balls all all right twenty two similar but more radical. He says baseball rule. Five point. Five five says that when a fair ball passes over for offense or into the stands at a distance from home base of two hundred fifty feet or more such hit entitles the batter to a home run when he shall have touched all bases legally a fair fly ball that passes out of the playing field at a point. Less than two hundred fifty feet from Home Plate shall entitle the batter to advance to second base only and he says that instead of having it be two hundred fifty feet make it three hundred fifty feet and he says that would not require that you reconfigure their parks what it would mean. Is that the foul pole and the Homerun poll are not necessarily the same thing. So you have the foul which determines whether the ball is fair foul but also you have a Homerun poll which determines whether the ball is a home run or a double so a ball hit into the seats but less than three hundred fifty feet is not a home run. It's a double and Wade so like the I like the first six rows would be a double and the seven throw would be a homer like you would you'd be able to hit out of play for a double. Yes but not. If it's not far enough homer yes he says a lot of fans are going to hate it because in our lives to think that hit out of play has to be a home run but it doesn't have to be a run very well just a double. I personally would like the rule because it would would get rid of a lot of cheap home runs and if you get rid of cheap home runs than it becomes less profitable gamble to try to hit home runs which means that the smart play becomes to put a ball in play..

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"dan brooks" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"dan brooks" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"Back with the rich show on talk radio twelve ten. My favorite thing. We do here on talk radio twelve ten P H E we salute the shield f o p lodge five Philadelphia. And it's great to be with if you tonight to lieutenants in the room just create because I got a soft spot for tennis. 'cause my dad retired as a Lieutenant. So we have with us. John Hoyts my buddy, the F O P lodge five John thanks for coming by all the great work. You've done with this this campaign of ours. Listen, it's you know, it's my pleasure. And again, zeal, your he just can't thank you guys enough out there and twelve ten, and you whatever we can do for you, please. Let us know is appreciate those Alison people do the Zilly army loves the support of our law enforcement. That's for sure. And of course, we have with us today. Lieutenant Dan Brooks who's in studio with us. Let's be here, sir. It's great to meet you and great to see you. And you know, I like, I said, I know your brother, I think the world of Joe Brooks is great guy. But your son's also on the job, which is a mazing. Yes. He is. He's a he's a celebrating one. Year with Philadelphia police department, and he's currently working in the district that I was originally assigned to when I got out of the kademi. So which is your twenty fifth district in Kensington feral section boring district right now much goes on there. It's a challenge for the he enjoys it very much good highly of it. So your dad was a firefighter. Yes, sir. You're on the job your sons on the job and your girlfriend is also on the job. That's pretty amazing. Yes. My cousin is also a member of the elite highway patrol unit as we speak. And he also is very fond of this. Wow. That's great. I mean, you gotta you gotta love that. Absolutely do. And when I think is really fun is that you in an Hoi together. You guys had this pledged to both get promoted, and then it happened. So they kept going surprise. You. Just you promoted in January twenty fourteen. So yes, yeah. Not too far. And now, you're in east east falls. Yes. Some in northwest -tective covers four districts that fit district manioc Roxborough thirty ninth east full section fourteenth Germantown man airy in the thirty fifth district only east west, and how do you like that part of the job being the -tective part of it? I love it. I love it. I love the entire investigative aspect of law enforcement. It's fascinating every day. It's something new. It's dangerous contrast structure of job in law enforcement with the with the continued spontaneity of of things as they occur. I oversee a group of men and women they handle all the non fatal shootings in the confines of the division. We work. They also work robberies involving persons or persons of person or persons who can talk to pattern crimes as well as burglaries, and we have a domestic unit. Long term missing person team that that covers the division. We work in the great group of people that worked tirelessly end off and on. And what's the advice, you give to two new officers starting out, my voice to the men and women joining us job or new to this job is to is to enjoy the moment there in. I think it's a cultural thing going on right now that everybody's concerned with what happens next, I think you should concentrate on being the best patrol officer. You can be learned as much as you can in the beginning. Remember the moments live the moment. Make friends get involved get involved.

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"dan brooks" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"dan brooks" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Yanked up seven to twelve concern for the catcher, Gary Sanchez titan innocent as over legs placed on the ten day L today and catcher county gosh occas up from AAA Yankee baseball on the fan. Six twenty five pre meantime, back we learned Carl right? Your starters. The nets embrace by game to other four game series. In Atlanta, that's on WCBS. Eight eighty seven twenty round two of the masters live to Augusta Georgia and once again, WFAN's, Ann Liguori, and we have new leaders since last week spoke. Hello, Francesco Molinari and Ian Poulter both lead by one at six under. Molinari the reigning open champion he'd buried the twelfth districts near the Italian four under through twelve hole. So far playing lights out in culture. He birdied holes twelve and thirteen grab share the lead at six under. Meanwhile, Bryson Sambo who led her to share the lead on his first ninety doubled the tenth over cooking. Chip shot after playing the first nine one over par that dropped Sambo to four hundred now two shots behind Jason. Dan Brooks Kapka at five under our only one shot back day who was playing with a strained back yesterday. He's three hundred three eleven halls moving to five under cap guy, fighting his way back after Dublin the second in two bogie bogies. He played the first nine in one over par in at five hundred. He's only one shop the pace and tiger just started two hundred. He's four shots back. John then tonight a calcium. Islanders looked to go up on the penguins near Eastern Conference final series islander hockey on the radio dot com app and WFAN dot com at.

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"dan brooks" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"dan brooks" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Disabled tractor trailers blocking the left lane. Traffic and transit every ten minutes on the one's breaking alerts whenever they happen. I'm Elliot gosh man on ten ten win Elliot Wednesday news time eight oh. To an arrest tonight in connection with that incident in borough park, where two police officers got her today after a pair of freak accidents at a funeral in one case police officer was run over by a hearse during the funeral for a well known rabbi second cop, also hurt. Police Commissioner Jimmy O'Neill's thousands of people had filed into the streets for the funeral when the unthinkable occurred out of the blue is two things that happened. There was a drone that came out of the sky. It a police officer think minor injuries and a police officer that was injured by car and the funeral procession. I'm not sure the extent that likely, but it looks like he might have broken ankle. They say none of the injuries appear to be life threatening. They're saying the drone incident. Apparently, the thing ran out of gas or ran out of power or something and fell and concrete officer over the head tonight. They've arrested and charged the drone operated with reckless endangerment. And the other case police say one of the office was failed again during crowd control, and then had his leg run over people came out to bid farewell to a beloved rabbi who passed away on Monday at the age of ninety five politics tonight. Former vice president Joe Biden hadn't announced one way or the other if he plans to run for president in twenty twenty but even before he does or doesn't the nation's most powerful democrat told him. Hey, Joe with the touchy feely stuff, dude. People are starting to talk and it's sending the wrong message word of advice from congresswoman Nancy Pelosi people face is important to them. And what's important is how they receive it not necessarily how you intended the house speaker making those comments after a second woman came out detailing an uncut. Comfortable encounter with former vice president Joe Biden blow see who describes Biden as a family friend says she doesn't believe this disqualifies him from the twenty twenty race. But agrees personal space should be respected responded Mona Abdeel, and in this overtures tonight that former New York mayor Mike, Bloomberg might still run for president in twenty twenty. If Joe Biden decides not to run people close to the mayor who declared he wouldn't run a month ago says he might reconsider if a centrist lane were to open up in the words of our late. Great colleagues Dan Brooks, they used to cover Bloomberg at city hall. Stay tuned and the Vermont Senator the Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. Meantime, say, hey, don't forget about me. Sanders says gamp has raised more than eighteen million the forty one days since he launched his bid Sanders was expected to post the largest fundraising haul among the democratic field. The minority leader Chuck Schumer says when President Trump quote insists he has a magic healthcare plan, which we can only see if the American people reelect him run. He calls it holding Americans hostage. The year twenty twenty referring to the president's pledge to pull back from producing a plan until after the elections. Meantime, the house voting on a resolution condemning the administration's attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act outside the White House today press secretary, Sarah Sanders, insisting Trump wants to talk about the principles and work with congress that I know that he's focused on making sure that we protect preexisting conditions that we lower the cost we make it more affordable and.

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"dan brooks" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"dan brooks" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"But it is misleading stat or trail. Twenty to six at the half was mostly backups playing. The second half especially for Tampa Bay Matt Stafford played into the third quarter he was nine of eighteen for one hundred thirteen yards he was also sacked. Three times, lines also, gave up a one hundred nine yard field, goal return for a touchdown at the end of the first half that's right. Wasn't pretty, but Jake Rudolph threw a five yard, scoring, pass. To, Marcus Lucas with thirty seconds. Left. To give the lions win. Brandon Paul said eighty yard punt return for, pay dirt Matt Patricia Align said coach post game they. Did a real good jobless tape but thought the you know they were, into it were execution communication understood the situation kind of how we had to play it and I think both sides are really all three sides at. A good job meanwhile the Tigers were playing at home against a lowly Chicago White Sox last night didn't end. Up that well Tigers falls six to. Three they had a three nothing lead. In the socks get six in the eighth, inning Michael Fulmer pitch great for the Tigers foreign two-thirds off the d. l. that's what he lasted a started, up any runs the. Tiger bullpen let him down the Joe. Jimenez giving up four runs and Shane green to and. The ill-fated eight but the manager Ron Gardenhire on the pitcher Mr. Fulmer yeah he threw the ball really well for both coming out of his hand just. Like we, were told, it was and you know we got him, through seventy five pitches that's why it took him out before I went to. The mound, because I knew he'd be complaining but, he, wasn't I know he's an animal, wants to keep going but we had. The seventy pigewoman so you gotta take him out of the ball game and that's the right thing, to do but It's, like I said he looks great late yesterday, Ohio State football coach urban. Meyer apologizing into, the ex wife of an assistant coach who is suspected of abusing. Her meanwhile the PGA tour they're back at it at the Northern Trust open the FedEx Cup playoffs I tardy Dan. Brooks Kapka Janney love Mark will turn tee, off later this afternoon the. Co-leaders tentative par tag awards already back on the, course making the cut on the. Number yesterday at level par he is one hundred through. Seven holes.

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"dan brooks" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"dan brooks" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"I, that's that. Sounds like somebody you just saw fifteen minutes earlier or you just came home from school? Like I would a lost it. If I saw my mom there as I won the PG and you, you're like, hey, how are you? I'm like, okay, that's interesting react it. It's one of those things where I mean, I had no idea she was there and then all of a sudden I get surprised. And I mean, what are you supposed to say? I'm in this moment of, you know, the happiest moment of my life, and then I look up and she's there, and I sometimes you're just speechless. You don't know what to say and my mom, I love her to death. She's she's one of my best friends for so close, and I had no idea that she was even going to be there and sometimes you just don't know what to say because she was crying. She was crying. I'm like, what? What do you say. Like I'm not the most emotional person, you know, when people are crying and getting upset and so happy, and it's just kind of one of those awkward look. You just got a laugh about it. Now we, she, she used to work in TV, didn't she? Yes, she did. She used to work for a TV channel down here, so she was a news anchor down here. He'd watch mom on TV. Yeah, and it was in. Yeah, I get. I get to watch on TV when I was little and you know, the coolest part was actually never seen me when Gough turn. That's the first time in person. That's the first time. A person who's got to see me when a golf turned out than when I was like twelve years old Brooks, you just made it worse. That's a must crisis. Mom is there. She finds. I act- I actually teared up. I actually teared up, but people don't know. I kinda put my head down and kinda was like, all right. I don't even know what to do. You know, I, I wish some things in our ears by microphone couldn't even pick up, but it's it was. It was really cool. It was really special. What did you major in Florida state. Geography, believe it or not. So I actually got to experience that first hand in Europe and all that stuff and studying all those places and then travel around the world actually visiting them. It's pretty cool pretty cool. Hey, it was fun and you know what? If you display this kind of personality to America Brooks, you'll become that star. When you couple what you do in majors, how about you win a regular event Brooks instead of just these majors? Can you mix it up a little bit? I know I'm trying to win trying to win these next couple of weeks. You know, hey, I'm shooting for number one. I'm trying for it. So please, these next few weeks. So go pretty well tweet out the picture of the majors. It'd be great to get that from your kitchen counter and congrats again Brooks, you're good sport. We appreciate your time. Yep, thanks. Dan Brooks Kapka. Okay. Total transparency here. I wasn't sure what I was going to get with Brooks Kapka. Now we'd been trying for months. He won a couple majors. I thought after I picked him to win the US open and then he won. All right. Maybe he would join us. So fritzy kept trying and then fritzy goes, do you still want Brooks KEPCO?.

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"dan brooks" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"dan brooks" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Gooky bets champion Moreland Real, quick Kimbrell. Is. Up yes all. The ninety, three pitches let him let. Him. Finish okay Kimbrell. Obviously take, time here's the pitch the. Vets And that is infrastructure The one, thing could be I Of. All, these coming off of, it oh arm. Surgery last year the old. One It is. A little, hot Craig kimbrel Sure when. He worked last I'll look that. Up so. Those things that factor in, all right. We gotta get this guy, some work The. Wanna one Sweating in a. Ball popped up foul back our way. Is they can't. Let's go Mookie it's. A funny thing I mean in the, game right now Complete games are just such a rarity Yeah and The last time Craig. Kimbrel. Pitched Was last Sunday But one to swaggie wack foul down the left side often cease He's got to get some work And then, here's the other thing I. Mean do do it this way, if you were to go probability You're up for nothing Who gives you a better chance to get the bottle three outs. Right point by you you should speak at a. Sabermetrics conference or something so One into your. Films Suada pal back our way Tomorrow, with the sabres seven yeah I will be Dan Brooks location. They're. Rooks, baseball dot net.

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"dan brooks" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:02 min | 2 years ago

"dan brooks" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Covering Chicago ESPN one, thousand and? The ESPN, app Welcome back to campus conversation on ESPN radio I'm Ivan Let's go Clinton, head coach. Dabo Davos thanks for coming up. The Bristol when I. See you it means football, is near always good to see you in a good reason to get you over here. To Bristol hang out of. The studio. That's right tell all. My secrets Eleventh season at Clemson one, hundred and one wins thirty losses the last seven seasons double digit wins do you have. A favorite stat of of. Everything that's. Been accomplished so far I do actually this'll, be my it's. Actually my sixteenth season at Clemson as an assistant counting that as well and A tenth as a, fulltime head coach I was an interim part of that but. Probably the biggest thing for me is we've had seven ten plus win seasons in a row only us in Alabama so, that's the type of consistency that that when we, set out to build the program nine years ago we wanted to we, wanted to have and but but more importantly seven out of the last eight. Years We've been top ten. Academically to along with Duke northwestern and Stanford so you know so that second winningest program in the country the last eight, years but the fact that we've been able to, do it off the field as well That's? The thing that I'm most proud of devil I will? Talk to anybody in college football that doesn't say the same thing. When your name, and Clemson comes up and that is you, are an outstanding fit. For Clemson why is that why are you such a good fit for that university Well I think just we've built the. Program together you? Know we've kind of grown up together if you will You know, when I, got my first full year was follow nine and So it's been it's been a kind, of a journey that I think myself an Clemson have been on. Together so we've kinda built, it and, it's been a lot of fun but I think Clemson is It's kind of a blue collar place that's kinda AUSSIE myself, I think it's very similar to, where I came from as, far as the state I grew up in Alabama, and you. Know no pro, sports passionate football college. Football fan, base is in Alabama, and Auburn, and then I go, to Clemson spent. Thirteen years in Tuscaloosa and then I go. To Clemson in the, February vote three and you know the states are similar I mean just just kind of you, know passionate college football fans no pro sports it's big rivalry and. State and so forth and You know you look back over the history of, Clemson there's. Been so many, Clemson Alabama ties Frank. Howard original, bear Bryant we're really, close and, he played it Alabama, and Danny Ford. Houdini grim who patented the tiger Paul Charley. Pell You know you could go on and, on I, mean it's just unbelievable ties for whatever reason. So I think my, background, makes, me, a good fit for Clemson. And then you know I think that, you know having having been there now going on my. Sixteenth season overall You know, I just I fit, in well with the people there in the culture of the state of South Carolina and And then like I said. It's it's got to be a a marriage that came together and we've kind. Of grown together here these last nineteen years I wanna ask, you about your staff because I think everybody football understands. You've you've, put together a really good staff at has stayed together and I kind of the more I thought about it My experience. Of watching all you guys do what you do over so, many years is that sometimes staffs are too insular and There's. Not enough new, blood coming in? In the last two guys two of the last three guys? You brought enter your former teammates I'm just curious? How do you what do you do to keep your guys from going stale how do you bring fresh ideas in hire people I That's just my philosophy and and anytime I think you have a changed man I think it's, it's it's an opportunity, to to get, better to to, continue to grow, and there's a couple. Of things to, first of all I start over every single year and we're. In the, midst right now five days of what I call our program meetings, and reinstall the program core values how we got here who we are where we are what we do how, we do it but, more importantly why we do it that way and I don't assume. Anything I mean I've got some guys that have been with me from day one and I run these meetings as if no one. Knows anything, absolutely, because and it, takes a lot of time but so to me I think. That's been one of the real keys for our success and our. Consistency is is that because we're all on the same page and. Then and then, we've had a, lot of turnover too I mean I my first staff I? Made a couple of changes there and brought Brent? In Two thousand, twelve he's been, with me for, a while now that. Was six years, ago yeah he's been a while but then but then last. Year you, know not only do we lose our offense will then hired Chad, Morse in eleven he's with me four years and then when I replaced him hard to Chad been in college, eight months and then, when when our replaced him and he went Desi muse kind of. Like well we're not gonna score another touchdown anymore and then I hired a guy named Tony Elliott who was played for me it. Was a, receiver for me and, Jeff Scott was GE for me and I said all right You guys going to be the co offense coordinators, and, we're going to do this and everybody's. Like well we're we're done and we'll all we've done is set every record. In the history of the school and we, won forty games in the, last three years, know about My my point is is, is a higher people I sure, you know we have a philosophy place that I believe in. And then last year I lost. Dan Brooks who had been with me from day one coaching tackles and, then I lost Marian hobby who's one of. The best d line coach he's my coach and co coordinator and he took the third, down coordinator job, at the Jaguars so I'm, starting over there too, and I go in a higher, guy named Todd Bates from Jacksonville state and I think that's. Been the biggest thing I think I think we have made some good decisions on. Who have taken, people's, place, but but Todd Todd brought in some freshness a promoted Maki con a hired him he came, in he was a guy that I hadn't been with since college.

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"dan brooks" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"dan brooks" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"At least that one can happen in all of the major sports if you wanna do okay and leslie i wanna put in a quick plug for sabre seminar just because it's been making the rounds on twitter in the last day or so say persimmon are of course is my favorite i think any will baseball in lyrics event dan brooks and others organize it every year it's in boston it's an august it's for a good cause the proceeds go to charity and this year it's august fourth in fifth i believe in boston and it's just always great it's just a litany of really insightful and smart speakers this year they're going to have a panel people who were on the mlb committee to determine what's going on with the ball they'll be talking lots of great speakers lots of teams and representatives and they speak a bit just it's the best place really to catch up on the latest research in baseball and to meet people in this community so just go if you can it's sabre seminar dot com you will see rinks there to get tickets and i highly recommend it unfortunately i cannot make it this year i have a conflict i'm going to the travelers rest music festival to see friend of the podcast ben gabbard and many other artists and musicians that i like a lot it's unfortunately on the same day in a have a vacation plan with my wife and brother and sister in law and i'm really mad that it's the same weekend because i really wanted to both of those things but go in my stead everyone go to save seminar and you have an event that you've been working on that you also just announced that is also in august you wanna mention that oh yeah sure so for the second year note last year are we using front of the pod that feeling that's probably trademark anyway a friend of us who are responsible for this podcast meg rally and i and the seattle mariners worked together to put together a sort of celebrating women in baseball night at safeco field last august which wasn't event that featured a q and a and a panel of women who work in or around the industry and so the event was great at a served as.

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"dan brooks" Discussed on Newsmakers

Newsmakers

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"dan brooks" Discussed on Newsmakers

"You know some baseball researchers dan brooks of brooks baseball was involved in this really interesting crew and they spent a they spent a good four months or so you know studying the balls in coming up with report of what is going on with the home run resurgence well it's interesting because they made some conclusive decisions and some not so conclusive decisions in other words they know what it isn't they don't necessarily know what it is they say the ball is not juice in other words the bounciness for that's a very scientific term bounciness in other words there was not a conspiracy yeah the bounciness of the ball has not affected is not been affected they ruled out basically global warming temperature change that has not affected things the cm height they said that was insignificant change the core of the ball which is something fivethirtyeight had reported in march that the corps had changed while they confirmed that the corps had changed a rawlings at used different materials to make the core in twenty fifteen they made a material switch but here too they did not find any change in the size weight or performance the ball that'd be attributed to the core they said it's not the specs you know some people said well as the specifications of from mlb are too wide ranging for the you know the way it bounces or the way to the size of the ball they said that was insignificant rawlings actually the way they produce these balls is not just within those specs but actually much more finite range so it's not that they said it's not launch angle you know the fly ball revolution that we've seen from guys like donaldson daniel murphy jd martinez it's not that sorry guys they said it's not the pitchers doing anything different what they did say is the ball is carrying further the aero dynamic properties of the ball have changed in other words a ball hit.

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"dan brooks" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"dan brooks" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Live at city field and all this from a kid who broke into the majors as a teenager and spent decades doing charity work with the energy of one rusty stop dawn at the age of seventy three and less not tag it on a somber note again today was opening day at city field we'll tell you how the first outing went for the amazing stay tuned for ten ten when sports later in this broadcast in other news on this thursday a new poll says more new yorkers overall our polls to congestion pricing than those who support it it comes from quinnipiac and in case you're wondering congestion pricing refers to a plan that would target you extra drive into certain parts of manhattan and during certain times with all the money going to mass transit now in manhattan it's a slightly different story fifty percent of manhattan nights are in favor of congestion pricing while forty four percent oppose the rationale if you live in the city and of course you will support the idea of listening to fewer horns and traffic jams but get this the pollsters say the vast majority of people say if they had to make a choice between congestion pricing and millionaires tax tim malloy with quinnipiac says the winner is let people with deep pockets pay for problem mta not get high marks and rarely does they do believe that not the regular strap hanger driver should cover this the wealthy people because they are wealthy should help mass transit get better how much you ask how about sixty six percent of voters who support the idea of a millionaires tax versus congestion pricing i'd love to have those dan brooks on this when he'd say stay tuned then ten wins accuweather on this thursday the rest of today rather cloudy and damp with some drizzle at times even a shower on occasion a high of fifty four the let's see tonight cloudy damp and mild with some rain or drizzle there we go seeing tried act up on me here drizzle at times along with areas of fog and a low of fifty and then tomorrow we'll get rain at times during the morning then the clouds will break for some sunshine with a leftover shower in the afternoon milder with a high of sixty two right now fifty two degrees in midtown wins news time four zero six six house democrats calling on the.

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"dan brooks" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"dan brooks" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Statistical outliers essentially and that's good if you're you know generating game notes or something computer can do something like that but you're talking about translating that into an interesting article i think were still quite a ways for that i mean there's just so much to the writing in the analysis and the reporting and talking to people that you know personally i'm not that concerned but historically one of the ways that you break into the businesses by doing kinda you know wrote game stories about whatever high school sports or something and if that's something the kits at source to computers i mean some you know papers to the extent that papers even exist anymore aren't doing that kind of coverage anymore because they figure it can be replicated by just looking at the score the bucks core whatever and people don't necessarily need the game story and so maybe they're fewer entry level positions the kind of stories that you know a young aspiring reporter might have started out with maybe those are going away and that would probably be bad but once you get to a certain level and you're doing a certain sort of peace i would be that concerned at the race instant it's no different from a lot of other industries we can look at automobiles and you've got of course machines that are doing a lot of the wrote work but machines aren't in charge of the automobile manufacturers they're not designing new cars they're not creating innovations and card designed and they're just do in the the hammering in the scoring and whatever it is that cars are actually have done to them but even on brooks baseball there's i'd you mentioned the remarkable thing by inside edge but bricks baseball has a little automated paragraph that it writes about petrous and i'm not gonna read the whole thing but for an example this is still listed as a beta feature i assume dan brooks coded this but this is about yu darvish see if you go to brooks baseball in search for you garbage you get this landing page and on it there's.

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"dan brooks" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"dan brooks" Discussed on WINS 1010

"The yankees run this year complete with the top rookie what in the world happart and why is joe girardi no longer the skipper roddy tugged at everybody's heart today with a statement which began with a heavy heart i come to you because the yankees have decided not to bring me back in that crazy he also thing gm brian cushman and his staff were hiring and way back win and the steinbrenner family he thanked his coaches as players and the fans and that's the thing about it according to deputy wfan yankees beat writer sweeney murdy he says this guy gerardy was the real deal during with the yankees who certainly you'll certain free and it was nothing earthquake with him joe talks about how much he truly players people that's all rules world gerardy guided the yanks to a point five six two record over ten seasons including a world series championship in two thousand nine i still have that his wins ranked sixth in franchise history and this season did the socalled baby bombers to game 7 of the a lcs so the question remains da why the heck is he leaving a few things contract is up it's a new team maybe it's time for some new blood since the old a veteran guys are dawn that's what they're saying the front office isn't saying anything officially the cashman did thank gerardy for his ten years of service and wish them well now the even bigger question who is going to replace it michael's dan brooks used to say in his big city hall voice stay tuned from the manhattan da's office anna sarokhin aka anna dehlvi the party is over they indicted the 26yearold woman today on charges of living a wonderful life on everybody else's dime they say between november 2016 up until august of this year she has a leg lee written bad cheques taken out sixfigure loans rated.

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