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U.S. Attorney Lelling To Resign, Will Join Boston Private Sector

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01:05 min | Last week

U.S. Attorney Lelling To Resign, Will Join Boston Private Sector

"For Massachusetts, appointed by President Trump has resigning. WBZ Sherry Small looks at what's next for injury welling serving under the Trump administration. U S attorney for Massachusetts. Andrew Leveling a Republican, is resigning at the end of the month. President Biden requesting the resignations of all 93 U. S attorneys president pick people the servant. Administration. They're looking for people who have the same worldview have the same philosophy leveling. Speaking on night side with Dan Ray. In his 3.5 year tenure, Lele Ing's prosecuted several widely publicized cases, including the police overtime scandal, Scott to apply to everybody. Equally More recently, the varsity blues college admissions case catapulted him into the national spotlight. When asked about what the future holds for him, and whether or not he has any political aspirations. I am content to go back to the private sector for now. I think politics right now in the country is not healthy. The temperature needs to come down a little bit. I'm hoping that happens if in the future an opportunity presents itself, I would think about it, but I think you would take a lot to get me to do that. Very small WBZ Boston skis,

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Two new groups are now eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine in Boston

WBZ Midday News

00:58 sec | Last month

Two new groups are now eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine in Boston

"And in Massachusetts, students are starting to make their way back to class in person, including in the city of Boston, But teachers in the hub said they need more protection before that happens in force. They want to be vaccinated under the state's phase one of the vaccine plan right now they're in phase two teachers union President Jessica Tang making that case last night, Right here on WJZ school nurses have been bumped up into phase one. However, for teachers, they still remain a part of phase two, which has them being vaccinated. Starting February, 1st. Boston Teachers Union President Jessica Tang, telling Dan Ray having teachers bumped up into phase one is just another part in keeping them safe. Protecting surveillance testing and absolutely vaccines are critical piece of getting as many students back into schools as possible to that last part, their teachers say, is also what's important. More teachers being vaccinated quicker students are back in the classroom. Unclear right now, if that will happen. The plan is to have teachers and phase two with workers and transit restaurants, grocery stores and other utilities beginning a week from

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Boston Police Commissioner Gross Considering Run For Mayor

WBZ Midday News

00:39 sec | Last month

Boston Police Commissioner Gross Considering Run For Mayor

"Name in Boston, considering a run for mayor this time from the police Department. WBC's match hearer with more with Boston Mayor Marty Walsh likely headed to Washington. The fight for his old office at City Hall is heating up. City councilors Michelle wound Andre Campbell have already got in on the action. But sources tell Wjz's nightside host Dan Ray that one more could be on the way. Well, I think what's next is going to be Boston Police Commissioner William Ross announcing sometime as early as later this week that he has decided to throw His hat into the ring as well. Boss has served his v P d commissioner since 2018, but he's been on the force for over three decades. Unlike his potential challengers, he's never run for political office. Matt Shearer WBZ Boston's news radio.

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Biden chooses Boston Mayor Walsh as Labor secretary

WBZ Morning News

03:45 min | Last month

Biden chooses Boston Mayor Walsh as Labor secretary

"Landscape is about to undergo some major changes in Boston. Who better to talk about it. Then WBC news radio nightside host Dan Ray Morning, Dan Good morning, Charlie. Happy Sunday morning to you Happy Sunday morning to you, too. We've got Marty Walsh, nominated for Labor Secretary By Joe Biden. We've got Kim Janey will succeed Marty Walsh upon nomination, and then we've got Michelle Woo Andrea Campbell in the mix running for mayor. What's next? Well, I think what's next is gonna be Boston Police commissioner Really gross announcing sometime as early as later this week that he has decided to throw his hat into the ring as well, Um s so It's very close to really gross reached out to me last night and told me that he is the police commissioner's 90% of the way. They're just checking off with a couple of family members to make sure that everybody is on board. On that we will have another candidate who does not have political experience per se, like flying law enforcement officer Lifetime law enforcement officer who has risen through the rags. I happen to think Probably Mayor Walsh is single, most effective appointment during his administration as the as the police commissioner about to decide that he's going to try to take one step further and, um, add mayor to his resume. With the lack of political experience, Dan is that beneficial in this day and age or is it hurtful? I think it's very exciting is very beneficial to girls with the Charlie because I think that people have looked at him truly is a public servant. A lot of politicians will save me a public servants. They're public servants. They're public servants, but what they're doing is they're looking for political office, maybe to become a stepping stone to another political office. I think really, grass is very committed to the city of Boston. The people no city of Boston, he started great job is the police commissioner. We had the good fortune of having some fine police commissioner's A Davis, of course, comes to mind. Uh, the heavens brothers and Willie Grass has continued that great tradition of law enforcement and I think that he knows the city as well as anybody. He's been around this city. And law enforcement of the city of Boston is is a very important issue, because frankly, Boston has done so well in that area than other other major cities around the country. I think I think that he's a natural, and I think you'll be a very strong political candidate. First time out of the box. Do you think, with William Grass jumping into the fray? Will that keep others who may have thought about running for mayor on the sidelines? I think it would force other people think about it. But I certainly don't think that the announced candidates Michelle will where Andre Campbell or maybe another one or two would back away because I'm sure they will look at him and say, Well, he's a police commission. He's not a politician, but I think frankly, that is gonna win no to his benefit being a police commission and someone with hands on experience. In every community in every every nook and cranny of Boston. Well, we'll have to see what it's a big step. Obviously, for someone you gotta. He has to raise funds to run a campaign. I'm also told that he has received a lot of support. From members significant people within the Boston community. You know, you may want to call them the people who are the backbone of the community business people who have indicated to him that they would like to see him run as well. So I think he has. He's got a wellspring of support of the community. That is that he hasn't even tap yet. And I think I think he will be a formidable candidate. If he decides to actually make this announcement that I'm told he is 90% certain he will make some time. Perhaps as early as later this week. Alright,

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Massachusetts to require face masks to combat coronavirus surge

WBZ Morning News

01:37 min | 8 months ago

Massachusetts to require face masks to combat coronavirus surge

"Boston wrapping up week one of Phase three for the city. So far so good, But Mayor Marty Walsh still wants more testing. We have expanded testing to this point. It is widely available all across our city is in more than 20 locations and mobile testing sites. And I just want to urge everyone Please go get a test on hesitate. The mayor is also reiterating, Please, where a mask and some state lawmakers are proposing fines for those who don't wear a face mask or who don't self quarantine W B C streams. RoHaas joins us now live and he tells us a concern is a second worst surge of covert 19 cases. Good morning. Good morning, So state representative John Santiago knows Massachusetts continues moving in the right direction. But the rest of the country isn't looking too good. The lawmaker and E R doctor is releasing a five point plan to prevent a second surge that includes a $100 fine for those not wearing a face mask and a fine of 1000 bucks for those who enter the Bay State and refused to self quarantine for 14 days. How do we Prevent a second search from happening, and that's the way I'm looking at this not just from the land as a legislator of someone who represent parts of Boston, but also one of them, the E R doctor who has worked every week. In the hospital from day one of the surged onto our red right now and Salo, the pain, the grief and loss of life, Santiago speaking Tio Dan Ray, he's introduced a bill that would mandate face coverings and self quarantine. It would also prioritized testing for those most at risk and for safety protocols that businesses and better fund local boards of health.

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"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:31 min | 9 months ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dan ray WBZ newsradio ten thirty this keep the role here basically giving folks an opportunity to acknowledge the sacrifice either the ultimate sacrifice that was made by a member of the military who they know perhaps a family member for the sacrifice of being in the military not quite the same but I want to make sure that everyone has an opportunity to participate tonight is going to pay almost picking next on that's a great head recreational use him tonight it's given us some nice company I want to remember that last night I want to ask him to give you did you have memories to me my dad the distress signal on the Titanic in nineteen twelve we stand and I don't the data came to Boston and on that street he enlisted in the army we're well in France one of the let and the little one left and this is a team and he said a German lifters I wanted to cancel my visit tank tomorrow they brought him to three different hospitals and every one of those hospitals with someone else he came back on the Aquitania this ship the Lusitania at my mother in south in nineteen nineteen is that so many members had shallow well and and so and with that I'd rather spend six months we will want to and the latest one now with ed Sullivan my cousin that was killed in Vietnam but the other twenty police thank you and then really and then the fellows that I knew one of them is with the hundred and first airborne from traffic time Eisenhower picked him another picture up behind the inclusion in Normandy thank you there are an awful for years and career training on the young men how they jump out of the pool and one of my bill what what tell you a good program and I'm not sure he wants to do something that he wanted my outlook come with him to do that tell me a little faces but my dad told him his legs went for you in the end in Malaysia now well you usually have a lot of stories to tell Peggy and I got four lines here and I'm so glad I could write my book and I should be like that if you get that book these if you wanna leave the books behind okay the story is always great to hear your voice we'll talk later have a good night and that's nice you're welcome thank you thank you for joining us let's go next to Louise in New Hampshire Luiza but perhaps that name correctly Sir right now it's Louise Louise okay I'm sorry I was written out as if it was Lewis he's I know Louise I know the name that's for sure Lewis thank you very much I I'm I'm I miss read it you go right ahead okay I I think you earn ten for this opportunity tonight well I'm calling about my husband find one coach during World War two were in different theaters they were mostly their army and navy from north storica that was Peter John Andrew Michael insurance at this comp and on Christmas Eve my father's grandmother the mother of Joseph Panama Commodore Christmas Eve in a war that her son has been lost at sea and he was given a Purple Heart posthumously show their their Christmas Eve my goodness and so Peter was on the South Dakota and every year until it every other year until his death we had a reunion until they make you know a family could have a reunion anymore because the sailors with him either two elderly or to informed you know to meet every other year so so look for others of the five brothers four survived the war but one did not that's right and the thing is with some day one married and moved away so he's buried let his wife's family in Massachusetts but three other brothers are all along three three who well the one who passed away they don't they don't have unfortunately need you know remains he's lost at sea so just this past this is the first Memorial Day at the cemetery fox hill in the America place a plant in his honor along with the other three brothers whose names of their that's very appropriate grew up here you said group and bill Recca in Philadelphia I'm sure that his spirit is still in Billericay even though his earthly remains dealer or the bottom of the ocean yeah they have their own square in their honor on the last name is miss Tony Maria CO any in they had a square in North America in their honor in is to know because you we passed to the square is we see the signs we see the nabs and sometimes we just don't take time to realize what sacrifice it must've involved for someone to to have that didn't that name and that's where we we take it for granted Louise thank you so much I want to get one more in before the break thank you for telling the story of that family thank you Louise thank you very much hi we're gonna go next to a Michael in Quincy Michael next unless I want to get you in here before the break go ahead Michael okay I just want to say my my uncle was in World War two or any later all have beach you should not pass away and I know what more you say is the gift of the deceased and then he was one of ten out of the company is three hundred come home from work of the three hundred wow yes we have a couple of those odds that's three percent last night thank you that is not good hello and my father in my other Runkle do in in the late fifties early sixties then they didn't go to Vietnam but my other uncle went to Vietnam in the sixties he came back and there's a guy that I in my complex that I live with his name is Ronnie and I just want to put a plug in for him it is not of them really ever talked about what happened to them in the wash or whatever should that be and god bless them all I agree with the ones who have been mentioned tonight in the ones who haven't been mentioned Michael yes thank you so much as an excellent excellent presentation Pritchett okay we'll talk right six one seven two.

Dan ray
"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:05 min | 9 months ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Side with Dan ray on WBZ newsradio ten thirty let justice take man Dan talking about the danger of Lyme disease it is it my imagination Dan or has this stuff just exploded in the last five to ten years absolutely not your imagination and I think it's been building for a little bit longer than that but things are getting to be a real concerned and I think the CDC does characterize tick borne illness as the Intel the covert nineteen the fastest growing sectors disease concern in the country so yes we have we have a big problem and it's not just lime it's a whole host of different types of infections that that you can get from the deer tick as well as some other ticks yeah this one is this the thing L. western rocky mountain spotted fever that sounds like a winner that's for sure I mean you got but the Lone Star tick which is somehow made its way here to New England sounds like it came from Texas well it came from the south for sure and the Lone Star tick brings its own set of problems there they find you a little bit differently than the deer tick and then what I mean by that is they actually will hunt you down and chase you in big groups so how do you how big are these things there are slightly larger than the deer tick but a little bit smaller than the doctor so I don't know if people can visualize that the deer tick they always talk about was sort of like the equivalent of a pencil point if you took a pencil and you put it on a piece of paper that's what I was I always thought is that correct yeah well nymphal stage deer ticks are about the size of a poppy seed which is very very small and that's why it's so hard to find them and that's why they cost so much disease and those those are the ones that leave when they do bite you if you happen to be in the shower or go or going to bed and you you take off it oftentimes if you haven't you know had high socks or or make sure your pants were cuffed around the brush and you get a bull's eye looks like a bull's eye that's well that's correct in the case of Lyme disease if you do get bitten by an infected tick about fifty percent of the people that get bitten by this infected deer tick well developed this rash that looks like a target or a bullseye not everybody gets it but if you do get it it's a pretty clear sign that you've got Lyme disease now again if you get to a doctor in you and we've had doctor Alfred Miller on and maybe we'll have him on some night in the next couple of weeks he's someone who believes that the antibiotics if used early for a period of more than twenty one days for a long time I'm sure you know that the idea was that if you do fourteen days or something you're okay he's he subscribes to the to the belief that one you got to get to the doctor early you got to use the antibiotics and he got it in you got to use them overwhelmingly to to kill kill the disease once once he takes is that again you're not the doctor on the show but is that generally the consensus that could you describe to yes from my research what I what I've found is that yes doxycycline is the type of antibiotic that is most commonly prescribed for Lyme disease and Lyme disease infection it's thought to be a good idea to use it for a minimum of thirty days he says somebody has determined that that's like the there's a life cycle of the bacteria and thirty days will that enable you to knock it out I believe that stalked out for Miller who who basically did a lot of that research we've had him on the show before and yeah yeah I mean if you're gonna take antibiotics this will take an extra week yeah exactly yeah yeah I would agree with that but you know some people are having problems tolerating the medicine it does make you extremely sensitive to the sun and in the summer time that could be difficult but you know the alternative could be a lot worse absolutely other I've had at least one friend of mine a young woman who literally it took took her out of the work force I mean just she she became bedridden I mean she was lethargic me there's no energy level so real quickly here and we break we will get the phone calls right after the break real quickly what can most of us do I mean you know the weather's going to break the weather's gonna get hot later this week they're talking about eighties maybe even close to ninety what can people do to prevent getting the disease other than staying in the house yeah well that's a bit sad that some people think that's a great idea lock yourself in a in a white room in the interior of the building and never come out you know that's the so what realistically even in this day of social distancing and sheltering in place maybe maybe that will actually be beneficial but what what what do you advise no actually I think this cove it is having a bit of the opposite effect when it comes to Texas people are not at work they're at home going stir crazy in the weather breaks and I can tell you just from my own personal experience with that I've been out with my dogs probably two or three times as much as I was last year and and so I think a lot of people are just dying to get outside and that given and coupled with the fact that we have more ticks this year based upon a lot of different factors and we just don't have enough time for me to get into all the details but to get to go directly to your question I think there's a couple of steps that people must follow in order to protect themselves as much as possible or mitigate this risk one is going to be prevention prevention for your yard prevention for your body when you're exposed to ticks and basically you're exposed to ticks any time you're out hiking walking the dog or even just going to get your mails you know in certain certain areas then what you need to do is unbearably if you are exposed so a ticket's gonna get into your to your pet and start biting you what you need to know at that point is what do you do with that you know when that happens and that is where prompt improper tick removal is so important after the bite you have to know what options and what steps to take in order again to either treat an infection that's occurring or to make sure that you have a little bit of peace of mind and understanding what your risks are and what your options are it at every level of risk all right my my guest is pick man Dan more preventative information and the answers to your questions six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty coming right back on my time side.

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"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:06 min | 10 months ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is the night side with Dan ray on WBZ newsradio ten thirty all right so what we're looking to do is find out from you if you are ready to go back to church okay you may be you may not be I'd also like to know from those of you who are skeptical I'm sure many of you are how much harm you think this will cost me all of us are out there by the way the new numbers today let me give you those pick the call might have hit them during the the newscast but for those of you who just joined us there's actually some good news in the numbers today the number of deaths in Massachusetts in the last twenty four hours is down what that is down to a hundred and thirty eight hundred and twenty nine so that is down we haven't been that low since a week ago the really good news is the new cases in Massachusetts are now at least for today six hundred and sixty nine mmhm they say why is that good news it's good news because we have been in the in the fortitude to open a thousand or more a thousand or more new cases and some days as high as two thousand every day since April sixth so for more than a month every day over thirty days a thousand plus cases and there were a handful of days I was wondering if there was four thousand new cases there was another day when there was three so you can see the progress is being made and today it was six hundred and sixty nine again the last twenty four hours which is comparatively speaking good news so let's get to the phone calls see what you think are you ready to go to church do you want to go back to church what do you think it's too early it's interesting I have not heard from any of the major can again every church is a major trips to the to the to that congregation haven't heard from the major churches in Massachusetts six one seven two five or ten thirty triple eight nine two nineteen thirty this go to Brent Brent starts us off tonight Brent is up in Maine Hey Brian how are you welcome a nice idea the first call of the week in the first one tonight on the ring central at Sekolah Brinker reddit well I I learned it as a child I learned that god is never quite that's that's what that's what I believe yeah I got it everywhere so you can try at home yeah my church I'm Catholic my church has online services it's nice to be able to pray together as a community you are wired got together in space but you are together in the mansion on inside when you vote on on on a map which is what I've been doing and I don't I don't need to open the the church is if there is a danger of transmission so Hey I I I think the the church is a big following the guidelines well that you know these health officials give them well first of all I think is going to be a lot of people who agree with your brand okay and in the Kentucky case that I cited for you the judge in that particular case made up a little bit of a of a point I thought a pretty significant point a little bit of a point about how the different churches view it differently and how that you know some churches believe that you gotta be in the same room or in the same facility it's a matter of fact down there what he said was that those people who don't have the drive in churches that had like these drive ins and drive in movie theaters and they've had these let me see if I can find is he he wrote he argued the judge wrote I should say he decided he said the church argued that it is a sincerely held religious belief that online services like you're talking about and drive in services do not meet the lord's requirement that the church meet together in person for corporate worship the governor's order according to the church violates its first amendment rights to exercise freedom of religion and freedom of assembly so my question to you Brandon and I don't think that yours is a is an is a crazy position to take whatsoever what do you do if there are churches like this church out in Worcester who say Hey we're going to have services anyway and we're going to we're going to maintain social distinction distance inside just like people do at home depot what what what what would you do if you were the governor yeah yeah the shock to all thank yeah it yet I I find it hard to believe that yeah I would I I mean the revival yet universal to get together as a community you don't think that yeah I'm not I'm look I'm not I'm not a big bottle guy Brett Brent I'm not trying to argue the Bible with you at all what I'm saying is if you're the governor of Kentucky of the governor of Massachusetts and these people say look we're going to we're going to have Sunday services in our church we're going to practice social distancing we're gonna make sure that we're not clasping hands and all that sort of stuff what should they be penalized it's a tougher to cover question admit no question no answer yeah I'll I'll make you knew the governor you go to answer the question ma'am I'm having fun with their bread I'm making you the governor of so you got a what would you do I think I I think I would love to close down I think I would know how do you how do you enforce that order governor hello yeah I'm going in you're not going to church you're going to you gonna put police offices in front of the church doors I just like southern southern governors used to used to used to stand in front of the car schoolhouse doors I think it's a tough I think it's a tough spot for any governor is what I'm trying to say to read I understand your point then and to be honest with you I probably would not you know go to church in violation of that order but at the same time you got to respect other other people that's for sure Hey Brad I love you call you haven't called in awhile come on back combined come back soon okay one word of wisdom from all of our a wise man Dr Howard go right ahead with water out right now have a good evening that's right and no sound effective follow thanks Brett have a great night yeah I like that six one seven two five or ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty all we're trying to do here on nights that is get you to think okay I don't care what you think I mean I I wanna hear what you think and I do care what you think but there's no there's no right or wrong answer on this one in my opinion I want to hear from you six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty if your church if you happen to be someone whose church does they say and if your church announced they were re opening would you attend Sunday services you know assuming that was done safely if you are not someone who goes to church anyway do you think there's still a constitutional right in play here despite the fact that there obviously is a very serious pandemic ongoing this great arguments on both sides here and I know you're going to bring to the table six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty side.

Dan ray
"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:00 min | 10 months ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To night side with Dan ray on WBZ newsradio ten thirty all right there is not it entomologist in the audience who can help me understand what this corn it is doing so we'll let that go but we're not gonna let Joe Biden go and yesterday fall days Hillary Rodham Clinton if there is ever a woman who cared about women and the dignity of women more than Hillary Clinton I can't imagine who it would be just open up the phone book if you find anyone anyway cut ten rob Hillary her long awaited endorsement of Joe Biden watch your back jobs so much generous a real pleasure to be here with you and to be part of this very important discussion and I am thrilled to be part of your campaign to not only endorsed you but to help highlight a lot of the issues that are at stake in this presidential election no Joe was thrilled to have Hillary and cut twelve he basically explained to the world that Hillary had really won the election in twenty sixteen to twelve I got to tell you something completely honestly street for I wish this were just doing this to my supporting your re election in states you won the majority of the vote I think the way in which your some of the state sector was just anyway I I we would not we we have problems including my home state of Pennsylvania anyway now you know Joe is there trying to keep Joe sound bytes type here so this was Joe making a very deep point in cut thirteen he's quick though to go listen carefully look when America goes alone when when America's first is America alone yeah one murder goes alone with America first goes alone yeah that's going to go down member Jack Kennedy saying ask not what your country can do for you what you're what you can do for your country we have nothing to fear but fear itself this will also be in the pantheon of those great sound bites played again so people can just hear it one more time Kelly listen carefully cut thirteen rob look when America goes alone when when America's first is America alone view the full that I mean he is such a way with words okay so now the problem that he has is he has his former aide Tara Reid okay who is making some claims I don't know if it's true she says that she is a Biden supporter says that she voted for Hillary Clinton she's a lifelong Democrat she told some people are back at the time of this incident during the nineteen nineties what had happened to her and as a matter of fact she apparently told her mom and her mother took it upon herself to call CNN Larry King Larry King at the great talk show on CNN for many many years and in cut eighteen this is terror reads mom talking about I assume what Tara Reid had told her mother happened to her at the cans and I use the word he is specifically a Joe Biden San Luis Obispo California hello yes hello I'm wondering what a staffer would to do besides go to the press in Washington my daughter has just left there after working for prominent senator and could not get through with her problems at all the only thing.

Dan ray
"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You agree or disagree your take is always welcome nice site with Dan ray on WBZ newsradio one of the three kilometer on a Friday night as I said earlier who can we use a weekend tell I mean I just don't wanna I just would like to forget about everything here and just have a nice quiet weekend and I hope all of you do as well let's let's get right back to the calls when I hear from as many of you as possible tonight what are you doing with what have you been going to the store is anyone found a store that actually has goods paper towels toilet paper anywhere within the sound of the thirty eight states in which I'll bet you it's different in other parts of the country maybe I'm wrong maybe I'm wrong I suspect not let's go to John Quincy John you were first is our nights I welcome my friend how are you tonight great great thanks so much for taking my call thanks for calling yeah degrade our import ratio usual I I couldn't agree more I think this in the well needed we can hit everybody just to kind of decompress a little bit and yeah and the same measures just kind of absorb what's going on and you know the last couple of Carlos I heard about you know that you PS driver and and the guy with the stop and shop and stag situation I think it's time to stop expecting people to do things for you and just do it yourself we're in unprecedented times we can't expect our employee to do things I work you know a place and I don't expect my employer to do anything I feel bad that you know they they you know I I could be facing layoffs but I can't blame them you know because this is like unprecedented times so we ought to work together and just you see something that's wrong make it right if you see someone in some health and help them out but we all start pointing the finger nothing's gonna get done if we don't quarantine like we should despite this is going to spread it would you can prolong the damage so in my opinion if we all work together and stop the and expecting everybody else to take care of things for us I did want to get we're going to get there a lot faster and in the end I don't keep the unemployment rate will rise to twenty percent of course it's gonna we're on shutdown but you know what once we go back to work you're going to be the fastest employment rate of all times to I think you're right I hope and I hope you're right and the coli referring to was my friend Sam whose you PS driver out in Norwood and he's very upset with UPS that they would not provide him with hand sanitizers and gloves in the point I was trying to make to him is that if the company is the bad cavalier and you still want to work for that company he got a bite you gotta protect yourself you gotta buy some hand sanitizer in some gloves if that's the type of you know work you're in but Sam wasn't buying what I was selling right I understand what he's saying but he he'll be I think that the union anyway you know and and you know he can you know complained to the union but we don't have gloves in doctors hands right now we don't stand it ties in hospitals all right so we need to take care of that person I understand even a situation touching packages with doctors and nurse the run out of gloves touching patients yeah I mean look I absolutely come back to it again and won the election we all have to protect ourselves is I think that you will get it to assume some individual responsibility the book if the company doesn't buy you what you what you really feel you need I mean I don't know you know if if if let's say amid a UPS driver an enemy to pick a UPS drivers village assume that we have a really bad winter and there's a lot of snow and ice and I'm walking around and I'm slipping and sliding and I save the company we're going to buy me some special boots and with some spike so that and if they say Hey we don't do that well I'm gonna buy them myself because I don't want to fall down and break my neck exactly right and we all just have to you know do you know later on you can make your your file your complaint or whatever but that's in normal times you know we're in unprecedented times all right so now is the time to just you know just if you see something you just do it yourself get things done even you know the gentleman I was talking about the the stop and shop I understand when you stand in the room to refer you know now we've come up with the situation by house ag used to run those bags out of business maybe that's why you know I don't know but we knew what we had I just feel that what they should do first of all I I say to myself where are these companies like Charmin and Scott towels and all of that I would think that they would look at this as a great opportunity to move a lot of product right and yeah I mean you know it is distribution stuff I mean you know they they just you know you you know you you got a you put in orders and okay we're down this much and you put an order in and get the live videos where how you gonna get a from the warehouse it's just not happening quick enough because again this is done press than whoever toilet paper would be the you know the gold and the whole point of the coin of the room yeah yeah well we'll we'll see John I love your attitude it's a positive can do attitude and I think a lot of us have become really relying upon other people doing things for us and it becomes a point in time where we all have to look out for one another but we also have to look out for our own interests and if if I really was as freaked out as my medic my pal Sam from Norwood was over he and sanitizer and gloves I would have had he incident ties isn't club six months ago I mean you know several is that exactly analysts say so who knows we could face you know I I always get a kick out of the World War two right now the top is a group of people ever ever since your greatest generation you gotcha you know but you know they didn't they'd expect anything he just went out and did it you know ask not what your country can do for you that type of thing at all well the other thing too is that you know I think about you know gov couple years ago when all the millennials were in meltdown because Donald Trump as president and then they needed to have support kittens or support puppies and you know they're eighteen nineteen years old and and they can't even go to classes and that they're going to some of the greatest colleges in America Ivy League colleges and huddled in a room you know they they need support groups we're sick kids were eighteen and nineteen years old in nineteen forty four was storming the beaches of Normandy exactly did need some sort of comfort dogs and they did but then done yeah that's what it was you need your call to duty and you do it you know you don't because they don't whine about it just get it done John and I love your attitude let's see if there's more people who feel like you and I feel like because I think it's important I think we all can kind of sit there and get into a funk but sometimes let's get shaken out of it we'll try to do that tonight thanks for being here Dan to it there right now I love your back porch added to it and or front porch even and and thanks for being there for all of us my pleasure well I called the back porch because you know in my where I grew up it up they were front porches in back porches but I kind of like the idea of the back porch is a little bit more intimate but people just walking by jumping on say what they want to say have a great one John talk to talk to you soon thanks six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nineteen nineteen thirty trying to stay close to my break times tonight will come right back and I think we're gonna be talking I hope with Alice in Braintree side.

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11:08 min | 1 year ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is the night side with Dan ray on WBZ newsradio ten thirty our lines have been very busy all week it's been a very busy weekend I suspect will be busy tonight again I just wanna remind some of you having trouble getting through particularly if you are women we have a dedicated line to give women a little bit of a chance to get in sometimes the guys can tie up the lines we have four lines right now with a male callers woman's line six one seven nine three one ten thirty let's go next to Greg in Methuen Greg how are you tonight welcome next on that side very good Dan second time call our we spoke couple months ago about immigration law yeah you know you you were earlier asked what would you do that want to work would you want what sort of work do you do if I can ask I work she put in history right I interact with the public all day long and you know in the way I look at is what we're going to survive the virus that that's no problem whatsoever it's the economy yeah it's H. it's listening to people but I have to deal with all their long actually one markets and everything is you know there's no there's no me there's snow toilet paper you might as well take the money and gold standard not moved and go by simple because you know a bit better thinking that oh well you know this is the and then then I might is legal but I could have lobster tonight right I mean that's pretty short sighted well I think it is you know what you need it's I'm scared none of the virus but I'm just scared of what people want economy is gonna come to a we got to go into a recession yes I think we're there already don't you well you know I believe we are yeah it what what's on the heels of a of a recession is an impression you betcha well they're talking about I think they were going to be they stay think between two and three million unemployment claims filed what's one of the nightly newscasts tonight I think it was CBS evening news CBS about a woman who was a chief I think she was an optometrist and she said she's thirty three years old and she was involved with the practice that that was losing patience and they later off and she said she never expected so it's going to be the big readjusted here hopefully hopefully we can get ahead of the curve here and if we can keep these numbers of deaths in people who are infected down to people act a little more responsibly then I think the economy comes back but the question is how long look I think we've lost and I keep using the baseball season and the football season in the hockey the basketball season as a point of reference I don't think hockey's coming back I don't think basketball is coming back this season baseball has already been but been put off until may fifteenth what happens if it they got to put it up to July first it comes a point in time where it's like why bother to play season I mean this that's going to change the way people live and how they perceive everything I mean there's a lot of people whose lives revolve not only you know the athletes were involved but the fans I mean this is one of the things that's what you know what how how many situation comedies can you watch on TV well I I can watch a lot of situation comedies and enjoy a lot but you know we yes I I do with you along with my boys you know we like watching the sporting eventually they'll but you know I can live with those four walks you know but you're all watching watching not the guys on TV it's all called page had a had a ball through role based on football sure to touch down the old for hockey gold things like that exactly it's it's like the cycle of life another Virginia you go through the playoffs and basketball and hockey and you say okay summers now here now it's time to focus on baseball and then you know one let once Labor Day comes along unless the red Sox are in it it's you know it's you you'll we live our life based upon those sports we get interested would you be interested in the patriots and then if they win the Superbowl great if they don't we get ready for spring training it's it's kind of the cycle of life in this this is a major disruption it it you know it is and and you know it bothers me it does not not lost much of the sports factor it doesn't isn't it slipping poll that a contract you miss that don't know they can practice yeah they're walking around and and and they're interacting with other people and know what ill if it gets worse the we got what the the shelter in place or whatever you want to call home is safe orders whatever whatever phrase you want to put on it they got it now in New York and California and Illinois the Pennsylvania if I'm not mistaken you can't have it in the in some of the states if they almost could come to Massachusetts so I hope it doesn't but yes it is well Connecticut is is supposedly a shelter in place yes type state I don't want to the company for you know you know why I love the area where I live I deal I respect your your I love I love the people work you know that I'm on every day I don't want to come any further than that it is gonna happen it's just the tip of the iceberg well we'll we'll we'll we will all find out I hope you're wrong my friend John in Groton was first call tonight he viewed this a little bit more realistically than I did I thought I'll be the first to admit that my focus has changed on this and I think all of us need to get a bit more serious tape I gotta get your get go ahead Greg I got some for IBM to get to some other folks as well best of luck you were taking my call you're very welcome we'll get along with thanks thank you so much let me get to a rob who is down in Connecticut and rob is I believe a truck driver hi rob how are you I'm well and are you tonight good so you are you will go over the road guy I am I have a driver and we drive team from ma Kanta messages without your right just about three miles on federal highway every day that's quite a turnaround yeah we got about six AM I'll be striving and then that he's sleeping right now and I'm in Connecticut on the way back can we come to Pennsylvania twice a day and it will surprise you at the beginning of the week when we rolled into Pennsylvania the rest areas all barricades at the entrance you couldn't get into the rest area and I guess to some pressure they've opened up some rest areas yeah this question if you or your your but if call driving partner or you call pilot or whatever you wanna call you guys family needed to use a rest area what we are options if any well I would have to get off the highway going to a truck stop is what we have to do so it it's in the truck stops operating it's functioning but they've picked up all their spare chairs pushed mocking the size so you know places it down inside that what you went out and they do have to wear the rest areas or have no services other than usually your restaurant's SLA and and acceptance remains open up some of them for truck parking and they're gone ahead and put some Porter parties out there which I don't know this is due to being any more sanitary than than a rest area restroom facility but in any event that's what they've done there are about to some pressure I guess so we was I'm I just don't understand who would be so stupid as to say Hey let's close off these truck stops I mean these you guys are the life blood of the country well as we say if you have a a truck moved at some point so you're right I don't know hole in the bureaucracy decided that this would be a brilliant idea shut off all of it is not only the restroom facilities there's also but it's it's getting to sleep and getting off the highway to get winter truck stop a lot of times they're all packed up you can't find a place to park in their and I I called ten trailers I don't generally have to stop to very much because I'm headed down there Michael gravel drive back again but I it doesn't make any sense to walk in a loss because the truck stops have burial places for us we can't back up we go with transfers we go and we have to drive out so we have to find a space to stop that we can pull straight out I'm not the other trucks but it it just didn't make any sense to me and even now that open some up but they're not all open and there's a long stretch sometimes between where one is open with the next level is this only in Pennsylvania or are there other styles so far is the rest of the states that we as a matter of fact the middle of the week we decided that we were right because we have the option of running up across the New York State Thruway and all the service areas open there so it made it a little bit more tolerable thanks it does add a half an hour to our trip each way well the way back down the highway and interstate eighty because they're open up a bunch that we can at least use we need to well I'd love to hear from anybody in Pennsylvania or any other truckers tonight because this is something we got to get ahead of the because to for it that is abject stupidity to make your job any any did more difficult at this time simple as that I concur so how do you without you guys we'll never have any toilet paper in any store in America again I keep keep keep on Truckin okay yes Sir thank you thanks for listening to the show tonight six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty that is an absurd idea if there's anyone out there who could explain to me why they would want to close truck stops in Pennsylvania I don't under stand that I can't even imagine a rationale Tony in Boston Tony next on nights grunted Tony our user well scratching my head over this one but but I'm not sure if if that's what you want to talk about what's on your mind that's all other truck driver as well it's crazy they're shut down at the rest areas to prevent the spread and ages it it's killing us because we can't stop we share some space where you can't stop on the silo well the breakdown lane could you get a ticket wonder dollar ticket if you stop breakdown lane but you don't have any update on the police to stop like with point and on the charter and it's just crazy there's no.

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2020 St. Patrick's Parade in South Boston canceled amid coronavirus concerns

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01:07 min | 1 year ago

2020 St. Patrick's Parade in South Boston canceled amid coronavirus concerns

"Coronavirus coronavirus concerns concerns prompting prompting Boston's Boston's mayor mayor to to announce announce the the cancellation cancellation of of the the upcoming upcoming St St Patrick's Patrick's day day parade parade in in South South Boston Boston mayor mayor Marty Marty Walsh Walsh says it's being done out of an abundance of caution to ensure the city's residents are kept safe and healthy the mayor worried about the potential impact of the virus on the city it's actually quite a lot so it's a business and and and a lot of it is in jeopardy and and a lot of our restaurants and places are really sitting on the edge of the seat right now because it made besting the almighty that many of these businesses and the lost revenue and and people work in most places there's some real serious potential there and that's why I think it's important for us to do as much try do as much prevention is possible mayor Walsh on that side with Dan ray health officials say forty one people have now tested positive for the corona virus in the state that's up from twenty eight on Sunday thirty two of these presumptive positive cases associated with the bio generously meeting held in late February at a Boston hotel there's been just one confirmed case of the virus so far in the state that person said to be recovering

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William Strauss, Dan Ray And Secretary discussed on Jay Talking

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00:27 sec | 1 year ago

William Strauss, Dan Ray And Secretary discussed on Jay Talking

"The co chair of the legislature's transportation committee says if they don't get cooperation in their investigation of the registry of motor vehicles than subpoenas may be the next step the hearing adjourning after two witnesses were no shows yesterday committee co chair William Strauss on my side what Dan ray if the secretary continues to indicate that they will not make these people or the record which indeed include

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"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

11:52 min | 1 year ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"With Dan ray on WBZ news radio ten thirty I want to get later this week in some depth to the Rachel Rollins decision to drop charges against these ice protesters did that generate much interest last week yeah yeah okay to as I understand it on this parade of folks did disrupt traffic okay but no one was arrested for the disruption of traffic in no they arrested for trespassing so trespassing because they basically sat in front of was it was it the the jail yeah that Nash was street jail okay symbolic I get that symbolic they linked arms to prevent people from coming and going yeah okay so they're arrested by police for simple trespassing okay now my question to the audience is how much should that decision by Rachel Rollins or her office was purely political motive it politically motivated she is currently correct me if I'm wrong involved in a federal lawsuit against now to keep ice from house against in federal court yeah so she's conflicted I think she should have recused herself from number one okay but of course you can I guess you to recuse yourself and wink wink nod nod someone else to do the same thing yeah here is my challenge to Rachel Rollins and I wouldn't be interested if people agree with me or not but if there was a similar protest let us say at an abortion clinic okay and eighteen anti abortion protesters yeah decided to block passage into that clinic and you know submitted to being arrested do you think should drop the charges I would hope that she would drop the church not the question counsel I don't think she would I don't think she would no I don't want to plant in the minds of anybody such an action but it just seems to me that if it was a political action with which the district attorney did not agree and she chose to prosecute those individuals at that point clearly she's allowing her bias I think her bias is clear to me already I don't need to do to do this sort of Petri dish test yeah but but she she has said that you know misdemeanors and trust passes a misdemeanor I think that she's not interested in prosecuting so I know these people had records so that's what she said is the reason why she decided to not process are not prosecuted but and I would hope that if she is fair and she struck me when she was here is talking to you in studio as a fair minded person I didn't agree with her but I thought her intent was good that she would do the same for them if she didn't then that completely would blow blow my mind over who she is I mean there there could be something that that comes up it in in that way but I I I'd love to know with if people agree with me that different political purpose I mean if there were no let's let's try to let's let's see what let me try to find the mallet she this this more precise let's assume that there were a bunch of protestors who wanted to support ice and and they decided to block traffic it would have on question yeah that's the only right on abortion issue because there there've been a lot of demonstrations athletics and and as you know at clinics people should not be prohibited from entering a clinic whatever their purposes and and people can protest outside the clinic they have that right but they do not have the right to block the doors any more than the these protesters these ice protesters have a right to try to block access to the the Suffolk County house of correction so then up a bunch of other questions I just want to run by people here are in V. looks like they got real problems yeah real problems and I think that this is going to access worth fifty six fifty to fifty two boxes for two boxes of correspondence for caught letters from other other states informing I assume some of them informing officials here in Massachusetts about Massachusetts drivers are dangerous track right now just to to to go back to to Rachel Rollins she doesn't want to prosecute people here driving without a license driving without insurance driving on a suspended license and that's that is sort of an intersection of those story out as well now I realize that that the the real story here is that seven people are dead because the the registry of motor vehicles failed to take proper procedure once notified by Connecticut about this guy up in New Hampshire Randolph New Hampshire and the excuse that you're telling me now is being used is that that was the time when they were switching over to the federally mandated licenses back in March of two thousand eighteen yeah well they are federally mandated licenses obviously because of all the terrorists and that began on nine eleven so in effect the light the loss of those lives those dear people who died in New Hampshire arguably as a consequence of the decision the federal government made that people needed to be checked out more thoroughly it it flows out of nine eleven I mean just I mean these actions have it have implications let let's do this we get we get Peter in Westwood I loved I I want to get folks in here and and find out what they think we've opened up to little topics here we just wanna quick smorgasbord here in the first hours if you want to get it we're not going along on this we are changing topics at nine o'clock so trust me I don't be calling at nine at eight fifty seven and complaining that you get through six one seven two five or ten thirty triple eight nine to nineteen thirty the first this week first well first for me this week on nights I have a central nice I called a line go right ahead Peter you're so welcome back what do you think are we getting rich Rollins not prosecuting me so demonstrators Thomas park the jail why couldn't the District Court least prosecutor handle those cases I know years ago all the misdemeanors in the district courts are primarily prosecuted by a police detective who used to refer to as the police prosecutor right well the the way it works if the charges are dropped by the district attorney if if you don't know what is going to be able to step in there and it and prosecute them I I thought that one of the comments that she made she needs to be called out on and it needs to get his clarified as soon as as soon as possible I she said something about the fact that she doesn't represent just the the Vichy represents more than the victim she represents the community and she represents the defended the quotas I represent not just the victim but the defendant in the community that is the mis characterization of her of her her job as district attorney right I I know in the past sometimes the district attorney's office number we even saw these cases what disturbances or unlawful assemblies or trespassing it went right directly to the police prosecutor and may be out of commission for gross can speak on that tomorrow night less will try to remember this question and and make a note of it and ask him I do not believe that the way the US the law was set up in Massachusetts eight o'clock unless unless the law remains the same and and and commissioner broad cross wants to take it upon himself from the department take it upon themselves the bottom line is this you're arrested by a Boston police officer you should appear in court and deal with it all these cases can be dealt with on a on an individual basis and it seems to me that what Rachel is old what she's doing here is is she is brought in that normally it is the individual who who does something and whether or not it's an active coverage you know whether it's the someone who sits at a segregated counter all those folks in the in the south in the nineteen fifties and sixties of the freedom riders the people who does Rosa Parks she did not go to the back of the bus she knew should be arrested of Martin Luther king was arrested spent time in jail you you break laws in you you have to deal with the consequences she she's this is her comment in the globe if the person presents with mental health issues substance use disorder homelessness or poverty we're gonna pause just for a moment to see who this person who is this person in front of if in front of us before breading someone with a criminal record we just want to see if they have some of these characteristics of what this says to me is that if you are someone who is poor you have a right to broaden shoplift and and not worry about consequences and that's a double standard sadly it's a double standard I can understand being sympathetic to people how can you how can you run a court system where you know if if if your caught driving without a let a license Peter because you live in Westwood you have to suffer the prosecution where someone who lives in a less elegant community and Westwood is a very elegant community of someone lives in a community which has a per capita income below west would they don't even have to show up in court I'd be curious to know Boston still assigned to all but destroyed that's the question we've got it we've got it I don't have an answer for you Peter obviously they're up for their prosecuting police officers there's no doubt about that but they would not be able in my opinion okay we'll find out okay yeah we'll find out what I mean as well yeah Peter we'll find a what thank you thank you appreciate your call have a great night six one seven two five or ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty is the number of there's a few other subjects which I just want to run out there to see if people have strong thoughts on these we will get to some of these in much greater depth later this week of the US women's soccer team we'll we'll talk about that perhaps later on tonight they had a big parade today in New York City it's just interesting the the rhetoric that's coming out of Megan Rapinoe and I hope I'm pronouncing the name correctly the the rhetoric is not quite matching her her her her public comments inconsistent yeah I get to that we'll get to all of that and also Donald Trump apparently was the still get citizenship on the senses I don't see how he's going to do it bowl talk about that six one seven two five or ten thirty Tripoli nine two nine ten thirty we'll start it up.

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"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Nightside with Dan Ray on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. Okay. We heard from the state highway administrator Jonathan Gulliver in Boston mayor Marty Walsh. Now, I want to hear from you. Let's see how people are doing in different locations. Let's start off with Joe in Worcester. Which is always the epicenter of any snowstorm in Massachusetts. Hi, joe. How are you tonight? Welcome. You're on the ringcentral nightside caller line. Joe? Yes. Good evening. Dan coming in from Boston. I'm just about into whisker. I've been pummeled with sweet all the way home. So it's hard to sleep which I guess is is better than snow, right? Yeah. It's not somebody did sleeting, but it's slippery. And it's it's go slow on, you know, maybe forty miles an hour forty five but traffic's not bad. But it is slow going because the roads are a sweet. But it is you know, sleep were the with the roads in pretty good shape. Not bad. I mean, like, I said slippery on the pike. Slosh just slow going. Excellent. Excellent. Well, that's good to know. So what what time do you have to get up in the morning. I assume you heading back to work in the morning in Boston back at five AM up at five AM. Really what time ready for more? I'm ready for more gridlock. Yeah. Do you get the gridlock in the morning? I get well, you probably what time do you leave the house? You get up at five. What do you leave the house at six? And you know, just crawling to Boston. And then same thing on the backside in the old days if you left your house in Worcester at six you could be in Boston by seven ten. Oh, do you. Go. Do you work right downtown? Or are you in just outside just outside? Okay. Well, but it's still the commute for you. You get up. It's at five leave at six. What time do you on a normal day? A normal day hit the hit the off. Right. It's an hour and a half. That's tough. That's tough. I'll tell you Joe hats off to you, my friend. Okay. Take care. Happy new year. Well, happy new even though it's February. Yeah. Absolutely. Joked you excited about the PawSox to Worcester. We are it's gonna really change landscape in in Kelly square. You know, it's it's it's really dental areas. But yeah, we're we're we're all excited. There's a lot going on in Worcester. A youth group in a city we do a lot of good things with inner intercity kids. But no, I it's gonna be interesting a changing landscape for sure. You re you reach out. My son is the general manager of the Pawtucket Red Sox. You think as I think, you know, you reach out to him and tell him that you want to bring you a youth group in and they'll they they're great with with kids, particularly inner city kids, and you reach out great groups are we child I'm serious, and you tell them that you're listening to nightside. And and and if you're not treated, right, you're gonna call me. Okay. Fair enough. Okay. Thank you, Dan. Thanks, joe. Have a great night tonight skin. I six hundred seven two five four thirty triple eight nine thousand nine hundred thirty coming right back. Wanna know how you doing out there on the roads, you listen? And we'll keep you company you keep us company by giving us a call. We expect to hear from some others. We're gonna have from Representative from national grid and also eversource we may have dodged the bullet on this one. Which is a good thing. Back in nightside right after this..

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"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Right now thanks side with dan ray on wbz newsradio ten thirty we're talking about a couple of issues in giving an opportunity to jump on board on either one one is an issue out of california because everything starts in california and some churches out there some progressive churches a now telling their congregants don't don't call the police if you're in need of police because the police can't be trusted talk about undercutting society and undercutting confidence in society there it is for you and also we're talking about the comments that a so called comedian made today about donka trump used the seaward and i'd love to hear from some women out there if with your thought on that and it also linked to hear from possibly some liberal women who either will defend the use of the seaward with an adjective thankless efi ck l e s s is it okay because it's directed at ivanka trump a word that i'm told is a word that should never be used eric and tyngsborough eric next on nightside go ahead dan how's it going i'm great eric what's your what's on your mind tonight job you know you know yellen day you can go as you know you know you can go from a simple keen call actually.

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'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' conjures the impossible on Broadway

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02:25 min | 3 years ago

'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' conjures the impossible on Broadway

"Was served alongside ate lunch of pasta two guests wbz news time one twentyone bestselling books and blockbuster movies now a certain wizard looks set to bring the magic to broadway as we hear from cbs's deborah rodriguez a grownup harry potter made his debut on broadway in the curse child harry's thirty seven and the play going through a magical midlife crisis the reviews magical to creator jk rollings the ultimate ready to us us by british people will my place so yes quite extraordinary the play's been a sold out hit in london since it opened two years ago it's a two parter for a total of five hours of stage time deborah rodriguez cbs news new york that don't country singer shania twain apologizing today for saying she would've voted for donald trump as president twain is canadian so she did not vote in the us election when asked by the guardian newspaper about her response she said she wasn't prepared for that question and was trying to express how mr trump has connected with a certain segment of the population of the united states and in california a baby raccoon halted traffic in northern california after he crawled inside the engine compartment of an suv that was stopped at a traffic light east bay times reporting police lieutenant fred dour thought he came across a traffic crash in emoryville on friday when he saw all the cars parked and people standing around using their cell phones but he quickly learned they had stopped because the driver of an suv thought a raccoon e saw in the street had climbed inside his vehicle dour open the hood and used a poll to free the six week old raccoon whom an animal animal officer later named throttle the baby raccoon was taken to a shelter and is now being transferred to a wildlife rescue centre outside san francisco the soldiers were driving cracks to a court foulup and an alleged attacker is allowed to flee the country system thank you for coming on nightside with dan ray lewis headache horrific victimize people courts should be ashamed of them stand ray next day wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time one twenty three traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes and here is david struggling oh we've.

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"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Did did this a no big deal and a light is people voted for hillary clinton who are concerned about this unconcerned about it i voted for neider but this is bad if if if this memo and again realizing this man who was not evidence but at this memo is in any way shape or form an accurate reflection of what has transpired we have a real mess in washington dc and in our government that needs to be cleaned up it's as simple as that nine side with dan ray on wbz newsradio 1030 the patriots are that in the super bowl a girl steven i met him kauffman from superbowl fifty two all this week y mayoria surin minneapolis wbz newsradio 1030 thought about going solar now is the time before the car program ends the next solar programme will provide customers approximately forty percent less cash incentives which translates into five to ten thousand dollars more in your pocket if you go solar during the current program and you'll reduce or eliminate your electric bills don't miss out boston solar wants to help check out boston ciller's reviews online they go to boston solar dot us solar is the smartest investment under the sun if you live in the municipality this is your last chance to go solar if you call now boston solar will guarantee your installed under the card program to learn more about how solar words plus for information on solar tax credits and incentive programmes check.

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"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I four 1030 triple eight 929 1030 give us a call we're talking limited tax policy been a light to know the simple question it is first off are you happy with tax policy as it is now that's number one uh it under the tax policy we have now do you pay too much too little adjust right ice i characterized that as the goldilocks question uh and more importantly have you tried to calculate or do you think you'll benefit under this new tax plan which is going to be voted upon by the senate in the next hour or two late night for them and then it's going to go back to the house tomorrow and probably donald trump will sign it with a lot of hoopla uh his big legislative initiative his big legislative victory before the week is out six one seven two five four 1030 triple eight 929 1030 we'll get everybody and i promise if you're the line stay there and we even have one open line i can get you into a you dial right now nine side with dan ray on wbz newsradio 1030 radio music are sold out 2017 iheartradio music festival from las vegas two nights wednesday colder 20th the biggest artist on the planet celebrated would iheartradio fans from around the world radio who's your car sold out 2017 iheartradio music festival peaks elvis for the weekend more from the.

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"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Five to ten new report finds americans are waiting longer to retire with nearly one in three americans aged sixty five or six to nine still working the news watch never stops wbz newsradio 1030 krakow on boy i don't hair no thing in this nights side is is e with dan ray eighty three we wbz newsradio 1030 during the break tom sambul like was trying to put this in some context go ahead tom okay so we know that there were two thousand eight hundred ninety one documents that are released today the review board had held back three thousand one hundred documents in total there were another thirty thousand files that were released in part that means that names sources and methods something that the cia the fbi summer that she's of some reductions shaniqua if you add up those two numbers that would make the twenty nine hundred released today a small fraction twenty nine hundred outta of may be thirty three thousand doc i will be less than ten percent right i can't imagine that that that is the at the actual case but we'll have to see what some at somewhat point someone is going to be able to quantify for us and if if they held back ninety percent of the documents today debt is absolutely appalling and i assume you would agree with i i would agree i i think that those of the numbers i'm assuming that the archives in their released today they did not quantify it that way but i know they'll be asked that question he boldly figuring out the percentage alan somerville is next on nights on a al euro itam similar go right ahead good evening gentlemen if you will on the warren commission what what what pressure you could be gerald ford to move that old hole up to accommodate the magic bullet theory why on earth would you also by the death of the president and you're supposed to be finding the truth not fitting into some premium factured now jerod it maybe it's what you would believe may well how 'bout this l l maybe that's what ford believe i don't know tom you know that identity why did it i i think that what he said at the time of the release of the documents was that he his effort his editing was an attempt to clarify the description in.

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"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forty 65 sports seventh inning yankees now leading the sox five to three dan ray and might side another hour coming up tim k hill sitting in for dan tonight and on huff wbz newsradio 1030 you know the issues of the day now talk about them by tear night side with dan ray you get the call he all of the different view in different indifference feeling a boy to join the conversation call six one seven two five one ten thirty four eight eight eight nine two nine ten thirty four allah he didn't rail the news watch never stops wbz newsradio 1030 welcome back to sideways dan ray i'm tim k hill nutty in ray i was just joined last hour by dean tibo friend of mine who has taken his hobby of metaldetecting and turned it into a podcast a very interesting podcasts we he brings history alive um by finding old relics on farms in central mass specifically in sterling massachusetts where he lives and i think it's an interesting it was an interesting change of pace from where we were and our first hour talking about the rally that's being in boston in woodside is right and how it's all going to play out in the temperature the political temperature that were facing which is actually very similar to the actual temperature out there as eric she said it's it's hot steamy indicates people probably a little more aggravated especially up in this part of the country then because when it used to this as much as they are down south but it's not conducive to protesting right now maybe anytime but it doesn't it doesn't help and and i think it's it's sort of a metaphor for what we've been going through in this country and it's such a since trump's been elected but well before trump was elected of but specifically in the last year the last year the campaigning for the two thousand sixteen presidency uh but it goes way back in it actually goes all the way back to the founding of this country even though george washington himself was a unanimous choice for president by the electors by the time he was at ben to two terms he was basically hounded out of office in couldn't care less to be president a more because of the criticism he faced and then the election between the ball blooming election was fairly smooth but you could see.

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"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Seventeen sports thirdinning the socks ahead of the yankees to nothing celtics to retire paul pierce was number thirty four during their feb do you worry a liberal game against the cavaliers dan reaganite side coming up tim k hear linford and tonight and on how wbz newsradio 1030 this he's might side with dan ray revis the voice of reason here in new england they're all thirty eight states where we are heard or not america's that porch you are the mod the air radio the in the history of radio i say what i mean and i mean what i say goal six one seven two five four 1030 or eight eight eight nine two nine ten thirty wbz newsradio 1030 welcome to nights side with qian ray here on wbz radio 1030 obgyn k filling in for dan tonight he started a long weekend and he deserved it it's it's very crazy week this really you have a four hour per night talk show in these really known enough hours to cover all the news there has been a spewing out of this country in out of the world i'm going to try to get in as much as i can during the next four hours but i want to say thank you off listening i haven't been in in a while so i'm ready myself down some notes make sure i hid all my marks but you can be rest assured that if i don't our rub rex will keep me in line he is in the studio is always keeping everyone in line including the callers you know i numbered six one seven two five four 1030 tollfree eight eight eight 929 1030.

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"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Five with ten thirty four eighty nine two nine 1030 and honestly think that you're the best paul show the news watch never stops wbz newsradio 1030 everybody welcome i am back now go ahead of six nights off of rob brooks remember me on the host of the show dan ray marie said the franco was in for three nights ju thirty friday night and then july third in july four tim kale's in the fifth sixth and seventh last wednesday thursday and friday listen a little bit to each of them and they did a great job and i wanna thank both marie said to franco and tdk hill for being willing to give up some of their valuable time to allow me to take a week's vacation on the year older now i'm not going to tell you how old raw but i am a year older says you last saw me and i'm feeling great i just want to say again thanks to marie so a tim and thanks to all of you for listening tonight nightsight nine aim is dan rick i maybe a year old but it's still dan rammed the host of nights i would dan ray the appropriately named program baron wbz newsradio 1030 every money to friday the life of eight until midnight who tell will see what we're going to do for the balance of the night and then we'll get to our first guest in studio joe baton feld boston herald columnist extraordinaire we're gonna talk about an eleven month old child levin month old baby infant in britain whose name is charlie gored nominee of you have heard about this story that has a heart wrenching story and we will talk about the parents fight to give their child a chance at life and what is going on in england and how perhaps some of us may be able to help maybe simply just say a prayer we'll talk about that at nine o'clock coming up at ten where.

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