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03:43 min | 1 year ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Seven checking Wall Street down, losing 272 points on the day closing out this Friday at 34,608 S and P Down 35. The NASDAQ fell 133. Sports third inning White Sox lead the Red Sox three Nothing Dan Huff, WBC Boston's NewsRadio nightside with Dan Ray. I'm WBZ. Boston News Radio. Welcome back tonight. Sorry. My name Morgan White Jr. And you can hear me every Saturday night. From nine to midnight with the Morgan Cheryl. Back periodically and get a chance to fill in. For Dan Ray, and I look forward to that. I have been here for a whole hour tonight and I'll be here for three more hours. I was here Monday. Eight to midnight. So I've got a lot of radio. In my week last Monday, tonight and tomorrow. I've got a guest. This is a very intelligent gentlemen. I've had him on many accounts. A lot of you may remember him from being the producer. Of Jerry Williams. He Wrote a book, which development Called burning up the air about Jerry Williams. And I don't know if Nancy Shack is plugged in so she can listen. But They used to be colleagues on W. R. K O So now that I've given a thorough introduction to this gentleman He is going to help me do Open minds for two hours. All right. Two hours of open lines. I know a lot of you night siders like open lives. So let's bring in Mr Allen Tolls. Alan, How the heck are you? Very well. Morgan, How are you? All right. Was that a strong intro for you? That was wonderful introduction. I appreciate that Well deserved. Uh, Well, thank you. I've got. It's funny. I've done my time in Talk radio and a little bit both in Philadelphia and then Ben Boston. And it's funny that The events of the day. Kind of have a parallel. To my time in this business. I got into this business in your business, I should say. In 1979. Right about the same time that the Russians Got into Afghanistan. Talk about well timed coincidences. True, very true. And at that time in Philadelphia with Jerry Williams. We were talking about how the United States was Backing the rebels. And giving military aid to the mujahideen. Who were at that time. Fighting with what was the, uh, Afghani government that the Russians installed there. Flash forward 10 years. And by that time It became known as the The Russians Vietnam war. Because Nobody wants nothing was solved right? The Russians Left. The Taliban formed Another 10 years..

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"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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08:28 min | 1 year ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Dan Ray until you Easy. Boston News Radio. Good evening, Jordan Rich here for one more hour till midnight tonight, And then tomorrow night, it will be Morgan White Jr. My buddy and colleague filling in for Dan Dan returns on Monday. 617254 10. 30 is the telephone number and we're focusing a bit on 9 11 because it is the 20th anniversary. And the question is, uh, what memories are seared into your brain be besides the obvious besides the horror and all that There were so many things that seem to be happening around that time in that day and night following I remember distinctly The Boston story as 9 11 was happening by the early afternoon. There was a gentleman who was Arrested or at least held by police because he looked suspicious. He was a Sikh wearing a turban, and it was a case of A mistaken identity. Whatever, and people were panicking. People were in the Prudential Tower and then the Hancock building, Um, fleeing the buildings, thinking that there will be other planes attacking and, of course. The planes were grounded the president in his Air Force one, and then it ultimately in a bunker and It's not safe to land. I mean so many things so many unknowns. And what was it about four hours between the first building attacked the Pentagon and then Shanksville. Something like that, and incredibly Bizarre day in every respect. All right, let's go to some calls. Ron and Weymouth. Thank you, Ron. You're on WBZ and nights, I would Jordan and for Dad. Thank you. You're not responding to your call out there for people to talk about. What happened in 9 11, with their opinion was as far as what they went through. My name was a little different than most people. I was attached to the security force for the O'Neill federal building, and I was supposed to come in at a certain time. But when this thing happened, they called me earlier to get in there. And just getting in. There was quite a problem. Um, I was on the red line going in and all of a sudden it stopped and the status quo and reverse the other way, And I said, What's going on here? You're going back to Back to Quincy. And they said, Sorry. We're told to take all trains out. We don't want to be targets and stuff. And I said Well, I'm in the security force for federal building. I would have to be there, so he called up front. They said Okay, we'll drop you off Pack Street. But then we'll reverse and getting out of big and so went up in Pak Street thinking there was all playing. I got a trolley to, uh to the government center, which was closest to not, uh, not station and I was sitting on the train Me and another lady and a gentleman and another lady. All of a sudden, they said, Gee, I hope we can get somewhere. I said why, she said. This has been standing here. They don't seem to be moving. So then, anyways, make a long story shot on that. Um I all of a sudden somebody came in, they said Everybody asked. Everybody was taken out of service. We can't have any trains in the hub here. I said I got together the Federalist. Well, you better start running. So I had a backpack dark and I had to leave them. From the government sent to all the way the North station When I get in there, you wouldn't believe it. It was like a nightmare. I mean, they were running around crazy, and they had got all the kids out of the daycare center. The first thing was all the Children out of Children now. And in that particular building. It's no secret the secret Service as an office there, So they were the flash from Washington right away when the attack came, so they got they get all the kids out of the The day care as I said, then they went to the social security with people who were disabled and moving them out. I mean, it was like people running around crazy. They didn't you know, um I had my backpack on. My boss says this is why you're leaving while you're leaving. I said I'm not leaving. I just got here. Get out Gradually, you know, Run, Ron. Uh, you said something I did not know about the The trolleys, trains and so forth that we're reversing direction. I did not know that. They want to be a tag it sure I knew that I knew that everything stopped. But I didn't realize they literally backpedaled and got out of there. I didn't know that. And it was like the federal police were running around and I must was a security agent. Not with them, but under them, And at that time were not. We were not carrying. You know weapons at that time, But although I could because of the job I had before that, But they said there so it within three days, but then locked us We're in. That's how fast they moved, and then they had to get all the people that were working for them that never had. You know, weapons they had to be trained. And you know, how would that was? Everything was moving so fast. You wouldn't believe how fast he changed. So anybody that was qualified. That guy was they were sending me. Down the street to the coast to coast coast. That was another thing. I didn't get down the Coast guard they have about 10 agents in front of the Coast Guard base, and they had they had sandbags, and they have a from machine gun tariffs. In case they try to break into the Coast Guard. They didn't know where they were going to hit like they didn't know if they want to hit buildings exactly even put up. Concrete barriers so that you couldn't go straight in and try to break into the into the base. You would hit these countries barriers and they would shoot at you. I mean, they didn't know what was coming to. Well, if you if you recall, I mean, we all know the story of flight 93 that, uh, it might have been on its way to the Capitol or the White House. And the fact that the Pentagon was was attacked by a Group of terrorists that really shook people. That was really something because the attacking the most defensed defense heavy building on the planet. And and just the right ability for them to guide those planes into those horrible targets. Incredible. The other side was the family saved, which I have to mention quickly because I know people might be calling. Is that we had a son that lived that lives still lives in New York City, and he has finished his college. He had his job and when we saw the planes crashed Well, first thing was the car. He was on First Avenue in New York. It was probably 75 streets away from the attack, but, you know, so now he normally either shuts his cell phone at night. At that time when he doesn't want to take calls. He doesn't leave it near him. That night. He went to sleep. He doesn't know how, but it went into his pillow. So his mother, My wife called and finally reached him to a pay phone where she worked and he answered, and he said, What's going on? What's all the stuff, she says? Have you heard about the attack? He says. Where's the attack? He says. They are in New York, where you are, he said. It's just an attack here. He didn't even know And he couldn't see anything because he hadn't have his contacts on yet, And he's running around the building on first have there's no people in the building the cat apartment of 30 40 units, nobody there he and then he saw all these people coming up walking with our white dust all over them. Oh, yes, the over the Brooklyn Bridge, And then he saw where the people were Guess where they were. They were all on top of the roof watching the bombing. And of course he took pictures. They said you weren't allowed to take pictures. But the pictures he showed us was nothing like this are a T V. From a distance. I mean, it was like crazy Army trucks. National Dad all over the sidewalk walking people there. You've seen this person. So I'm going to let the other callers call in that maybe have gone through something like I have, because mine was Very different and it was. I've never felt this in my whole life, and I was in the air force in the same kind of units and I don't think I ever went through as bad as the 9 11 because it was a sneak attack. Oh, my gosh. It it cut the entire world, but certainly America by total surprise, And and we we realized so quickly there after not too long there after that. It was an intelligence failure. The F B. I wasn't allowed to talk to the CIA and all this kind of stuff right there. So that's why everything changed. But listen, I.

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"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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01:49 min | 1 year ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Nightside with Dan Ray on WBZ, Boston News radio and welcome. This is Jordan Rich. We have a few minutes left, so we'll get to some calls here. One note. There's been a lot of talk over the years about Big Pharma, and it's an easy target and people Are still I think very leery about pharmaceutical companies because there have been issues over the years, Uh, drugs that have been ineffective drugs that have been falsely A, uh Not falsely approved, but certainly falsely advertised and the opium scandal in the opium horror, But at the same time if you just examined The impact of pharmaceutical drugs from statins to anti depressive to all kinds of Cancer drugs. I mean, where would we be medically? Without these drugs? I think they get a bad rep. Those who are Doing nefarious things ought to be chased out. But overall, I think the drug companies are Worthy of applause. More than, uh, then derision. Let's go to, um, Ohio once again. A lot of calls from Ohio tonight, Tom, You're next on nightside with Jordan and for Dan. Hi, Tom. Good evening, Jordan and boy, It's a pleasure listening to you again. I got to tell you, I miss you, buddy. Well, it's nice to be back. I I like these hours. They're not quite as grueling as the overnights, and it's just nice to fill in. So thank you for that. I appreciate it. Um, you know, I think part of the problem is that number one. This was weaponized as a political issue. And you know the to the Democrats advantage in terms of at least by appearances, if not by by factual situation. Um, In.

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06:11 min | 1 year ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tampa Now tonight, side with Dan Ray and sitting in for down tonight. WBC's Ben Parker. I'm Sherry small. It's nightside with Dan Ray. I'm going to be easy. Boston's new radio Well, once again, we need to get a new intro for the show because it's not damn right tonight. Just before one night anyway. Ben Parker filling in for Dan Ray, Dan is out for the week on assignment, or whatever it is he does. Hi, Dan. If you're listening, glad to fill in for him. I am normally the news guy in the afternoon here on WBZ. News radio. So if you're used to hearing me there you are now hearing me here got a whole bunch of stuff we're going to get to tonight and And And obviously we've been dealing with for so long now Covid 19 and And for quite a while. It seems as well different variants of the disease and we're going to get into some of this discussion names of the variance by the way, as a guy who does news I was not crazy about the idea of the changing to the Greek alphabet. Because if you remember early on with these variants started coming, it was It was where they were first found. Right. So we have the UK very. We had the India very in South Africa, all this stuff and then the W H o or whoever made that decision. You know, said, Well, we're going to just do the Greek alphabet, which is kind of okay, I guess. Except all the names of the places they came from, really went away. At least you can find them out there. But in our common parlance, right? They went away. So you say Well, where this is the alpha vary. And then the delta very in the gamma very and whatever variant you're like, What the heck does that even mean? And even you know, in the news, I was like, Well, what does that even mean? It's just the name of a variant. We don't know where it came from, or anything like that. So I don't know. I think that kind of there's a little lost in translation going on here, I think And and one of the genesis says genocide. I don't know. There must be a name for that. Right. Multiple genesis. Uh, But but but for our conversation here is we're on moon now, right? We're hearing about, uh, Greek letter Mu, right? And my thought I talked to a few people is Hey, we were just talking about Delta. And now all of a sudden we're on Mu, right? You've got alpha Beta gamma Delta Epsilon. I'm not going to go through the whole thing but moves like halfway through the Greek alphabet. I don't remember hearing about data and, uh, Kappa and Lambda. Absalon and we really didn't because they are out there, But they weren't something that we went with. So it kind of seemed like we jumped in the alphabet from Delta all the way to moon like, what's what's going on here? They'll be like We're on letter C in the alphabet. And now all of a sudden, Warren letter Q. Well, what what happened, so I want to get a little bit of answered Well, I hope a little bit of answers, and I'll try to give you some answers because I did do some research today and we'll hear from you a little bit later on as well. But as we begin the show tonight, I want to welcome an infectious disease expert Dr Marc Seidner, who is from a mass general. Now now, doctor Before I let you talk. I'm going to read what says you're on the on the Mass General website. You are infectious disease, clinician and researcher in the division of Infectious Diseases at Massachusetts General Hospital. Is that about right? That's right. Okay, I don't know what that means. It's a long title will just say you're infectious, infectious disease expert and certainly a bigger expert that I am in the field. And I thank you for joining us tonight. Obviously, you have looked into infectious diseases. You know a lot more about these things than I do. Um, when you look at all the different variants of of covid that have come along some worse than others. As a doctor and infectious diseases. Is this something weird? I mean, do you go? Oh, my goodness. Or do you say Yeah. You know, there are a lot of variants of viruses. Yeah, well, so all species of organisms new tape over time. That's why we became people from being apes that tens and thousands of years ago so we do see mutations occur in pretty much all species. I think We didn't necessarily expect that the Covid virus would be mutating as quickly as it did. I think they're the common, you know, understanding of of Corona viruses in general was that they did mutate but not so quickly, And so I do think that Many of us in the scientific community were caught off guard over the last 12 to 18 months when we saw how quickly this virus did mutate and how it was able to actually gain you know the ability to be transmitted easier and much more quickly, which is what we've seen in some of these new and more aggressive variant, so The mutations itself, not a surprise, but how much this one has mutated and the impact of those mutations. I do think the scientific community off part of it. I don't know how deeply you've looked into each and every one of these variants and you heard me off the top there as we're on the moon now, and we kind of zip through the Greek alphabet about halfway through and I think to some people's surprise. How did that happen? So I don't know if you're you've looked into every single one of these variants deeply. But as a I guess talking to a layperson from a doctor's point of view. Should I Should R listeners be worried about the number of variants were add or just be watchful. No, I don't think the number of variants really matters. Variants kind of come and go. And there are variants of concern that are announced by the World Health Organization, the BDC and the other ones of these different viruses that that tend to catch our attention may because they're transmitting a little bit faster or sometimes because they seem to be invading immune systems are vaccines, but Well, I think we really want to know her, which which are these variants are dominating and what? What is clear? You know, just like in all species, these viruses lived by the law of survival of the fittest and right now by far You know, the delta Variant is the fattest kid on the block. He overtook the prior king of the block the alpha variant over a matter of weeks and most of the world, which overtook prior variance before it, But nothing seems to be out competing. The delta variant right now could happen in the future, And that's really the one to to keep her eyes on the fact that there's a bunch of others just means that There are people out there looking at these and making sure that there's not another one coming that can compete with Delta. But for now, there's really nothing else that's close. Now. I know very little about variants of diseases, but the delta variant, which as you say, and we've been reporting on, I said Danny Delta was the one we were talking about that boom..

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06:36 min | 1 year ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Nightside with Dan Ray on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio. Alright, We're gonna go right back to the phones here on nightside. Obviously you can tell I am not Dan Ray. I am Morgan Morgan White Jr. You hear me? And Saturday nights are busy. But tonight I'm feeling in for Dan Ray. I'll be back on Friday, filling in for Dan Ray. Ben Parker will be here tomorrow and Wednesday and Thursday. You've got Jordan rich so All of us have the job of doing night side. While Dan is on vacation. Suzanne in Newton. Good evening, Young Lady Evening. Morgan and Ambassador Flynn. It is an honor to talk to both of you. Uh, I was born in Pittsburgh 1938. So I have a frequent flyer to America's facts. Porch, but rather than dollar lovely assisted the big in Massachusetts, So I just wanted to call them because, Morgan I know you did trivia at Jacob Wirth. Ambassador, right? Yeah. And Ambassador fled. I know, uh Was Uh, Ambassador Truth of African I believe. Yes, That's right. Yep. And I used to play basketball out there in college up here in Marquette. I used to love going out going out there. Play basketball, Pittsburgh Great City. Wonderful. Of course. I was bored in Pittsburgh. I grew up in oil city that's like yeah, but Pittsburgh had the Pirates. Well, I think that one of the Penguins to they were one of my favorite teams have my favorite baseball player of all times, which Jackie Robinson and Ted Williams And I got to know them very, very well. And so that's my, my. My. And also I liked. Uh, all the Red Sox played a suit. But Williamson Robinson one, my two favorite points. Well, I Wow, that assisted the vague and I called dad and I will not labour, either one of you with my companion on my on her pillow. In my assisted living my cabbie and white cat, But thank you so much. Both of you for taking my call. Oh, God bless you. Thank you for calling. Thank you. You've got some great calls. Egg morgan. Thank you, Suzanne. Bye bye. Go, Suzanne. Thank you for the compliment. Mr Mayor and let's go. The journey in south Boston. Hello, Johnny. Hello, Ray. Hello, John in the neighbor. How are you? Thanks for calling. We're right in your mind from you. I have. We have one more fight, Ray. And I know that you can help out with this. And I know Eric can do this. You can pick up the sword for this fight. We have the Edison Project in South Boston. I know it. Yeah. And in that in that project I have in my hands. We have to all the meetings that we went through before the Covid. It. And I have been writing that we have 120 parking spaces strictly for South Boston people. You know what the parking is like in South Boston? Incredible. It's very, very bad. It's out of control way. And so and I know you know this but my my argument of my fight and I wanted as long as I live and I'm 77. I won't see that project completed. But I know that between your son and all of our elected officials that we can fight and someone had mentioned eminent domain. And I swear Internet. Yeah. We could get part of that for that for that project for the people of South Boston that would help the parking it would help the snow removal and it's people that work to treat all Elevens or whatever they can talk here. We could have a shuttle to bring them to their home. Even if it's just on the corner that could drop them off. But we can do this. And I know I feel pretty than any. I pearled. I feel pretty good about it. You know my son, Eddie. He was in the Navy for 25 years, so I never thought that he was Interested in politics, but he came out of the Navy. And what do you do? We want ran for City Council and I've known Michael Clarity and Stevie Lynch and Nick Cons. They're all good men. I think they'll stick with the community. They'll fight with the community for the community. You know what the thing is, though, And that's the reason why the community has been strong all these years. It's people like you that have the courage to pick up the phone to call to express their point of view to go to those meetings and unintimidated by talking to politicians stand up to anybody. And fight for your community. That's what I always admired in the people of South West and the people of Boston. And that's why I love doing what I did all these many, many years. Really? I mean, Marie, I've watched your family grow. I watched Eddie down at the L Street bath house growing up and we used to talk and I used to ask him. What is What his favorite thing was. And he would say My father has given me different books to read so I can learn from this and I'm so proud to be a neighbor and a friend. Call you Mr Ambassador. I call you Mr Mayor. But the most can I tell you what I call you? You're the guide when I was slipping in the bathtub because after my operation You went out and bought me a mat. You said you would have done the I got. Yeah, I would have done the bathroom over and made it easier first, so you didn't have to find the step. We all put I have a neighbor Morgan. That's what I call, the neighbor said idea like I have to take about, But I'm afraid of going in the box because they'll slip and this neighbor here, he he heard the whole story. The next thing comes, there's a knock on the door. And he bought. We bought me one of those no slip mats. That's that's that's real people. That's real character well of a neighborhood. That's what makes America great that that's what neighborhoods were like back in the day. That's right. You don't see that type of generosity anymore..

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07:18 min | 1 year ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"10 06 checking Wall Street. Dow Up 448 points closing out this Friday at 34,870 S and P gained 49, the NASDAQ Rose 142. Sports Baseball at Fenway tonight. Seventh inning sucks ahead of the Phillies. 11 to 3. Don Huff, WBZ Boston's news radio. It's nightside with Dan Ray. W. B Z Boston's news radio and welcome back. It is now shade after 10 has done just mentioned, and we're here until midnight with two way conversation, and it's great to be filling in for Dan, but he's back on Monday, and I'm thrilled that he is I love filling in, but I also love listening to him. 617254 10, 30 or triple 8929 10 30. So, uh, to move on a little bit And to have a little bit more of a universal and fun topic. Congratulations to Zella Avant garde. What a great name. She is the first African American student to win the scripts. National Spelling BEE She's from Louisiana. She's a sweet young lady who also happens to be a basketball dribbling champion. I'm just I'm impressed on both, Uh pieces of news, so she won the big championship. She won. I think 50 Grand And a lot of attention nationally and all the kids did an amazing job. Because studying for this, they don't just show up and start spelling. They have to really focus on on their vocabulary and learning words and all that kind of stuff, So it's really, really cool. And every year that this has happened on my watch. When I used to do my show late night, I would, uh, invite people to call in and we'll test your spelling. So let's do that. So what I've got Is a list of some of the top words the number one Finalist words since the late 19 twenties. That this, uh The contest has been going on so But to make it a little more affair, you'll get a chance to spell two words you get a chance to spell one of these super duper. Extra hard championship words but also a word that 1/6 grader should be able to spell. Um and we'll get into that. And the question is always this as we move along and technology with spell check and texting that corrects your spelling and all that. Um, are adults Able to keep up with these 14 year olds. And are we getting to Complacent. C O m P l A. Are we getting too complacent about words and spelling and grammar and things like that. I sadly think we are but on this show tonight on nightside With Dan, Ray and Jordan filling in. We're going to just test your mettle and see how good you are. So what you need to do is call in Right now. 617254 10 30 or 888929 10 30. We'll talk a little bit about spelling and will test your spelling and we might just do what they used to do in the old. Reader's Digest. Which is not old. It's still around. It's not gone. It's not dead. Where they would provide a couple of pages of words to to stimulate Interest in vocabulary, and I used to when I was a kid. Literally in the sixties. I would read at the, uh, Reader's Digest just for that. To pick up words. Sort of Like picking up garbage in the streets, not garbage, picking up cans to to turn in. But words You add them to your vocabulary and you know how to spell them. You are armed to the teeth. All right. Here. He is The one and only Glenn from Brighton checking in. That's been all week. I was wondering where you were. Glenn. Well, I'm like a bad penny. I don't stay away forever. In fact, if I lose, do I get stale 20 role in the mail or there's no prize. It's just pride is butcher helping. If I was you could send me a rotten banana just in this In the spirit of you know, the old goon man saying, Well, you are a goon, but it's your are kind of goon. So welcome back, lovable, Not hawking. Is there anything on your mind before we play spelling bee or because you just called him before he even announced this? Oh, yeah. Just Can't wait Sunday night to hang out with the Whitaker brothers. And if I play my cards, right, I might meet a nice woman. Oh, you're talking about our boys will be at the it's now called fellows. I believe it used to be brothers on on Harvard Street and came in Brookline. Yeah, they're good pals. I know. I know Morgan is promoting them, Which is great. I love these guys. And Bill is usually listening at all hours. So hello, Bill. Yes, Brother. Both. So all right. Here's a word for you, Glenn. Now, if you can tell me what this word means, I'll be very impressed. All right. You ready? Okay. And then I'll have you try to spell it. L Buehlman. You know what That means? Sounds like medication you take before going to bed, elbow human. And it also sounds like Take your help him in. Sounds like a prescription drug. I have no idea what it means. It means the white part of an egg. What? Yeah, help Cuban. Can you spell it? The yolk and the white Yeah, There's the yolk and the albumin. That was like the I forget what the name of that novel the The exercise of the alias, the feeling that ecstasy and the agony and the ecstasy, But there was another thing. The alias It's a Greek thing. The deleted or the Odyssey. Is that what you're talking about? Yeah, that's it. It's all Greek to me. But spell it though. Darn word. Will you have a crying out loud album? Do I just want to do my New York Street thing? Hey, Who are you calling an elderly man? Come here and say that All right now that I've done my New York street things, All right. How do you spell this was the 1928. Top word that had to be spelt when the grand prices go for it. I am a oh, Be, um, Ian, You got it. I just kissed Well, you guessed right? The yolks on you. The force is with me. Well done, gland. Well done. Yes. Uh And now you've learned a new word. That you can toss around when you go to, uh, the Eagle Deli or whatever you go. I think it's Yeah. When I go to parties when I go to I can say, Hey, that's a big word for blind piano tuner that didn't go to college. You know, I make fun of myself. Party. That's okay. That's a lot of fun of parties. Do you have a word that you've always loved that you? You know how to spell that You'd like to try to trip me up on Hmm. Acumen but out That sounds like albumin. A C U M e n right, I guess acumen or the weather there the weather guys from WBZ the acumen Right now, I was thinking of like acumen like into his No, I know I know what the document is its wisdom..

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06:00 min | 1 year ago

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"And this is something that both I think, uh Mr appeared. And, of course, Prime Minister Bennett feel that they have to do I'm sure that you know there are focuses her and, uh, this new government coalition feels that Israel but make sure that the bipartisan understanding of the state of Israel continues to be a strong as it used to be in the history and bring everybody back on board to support Israel's focus and its needs in the Middle East. And as you did say, We are the ones who live in the Middle East and have to deal with some of these neighbors who are definitely not very friendly neighbors. And so yes, we do have a major problem on our hands. But it's not something that has changed that That problem continues to exist. And I think that the new coalition government understands this exceedingly well and you know, President Biden spoke to Prime Minister Bennett and the secretary of state. Blinken spoke to, uh, our foreign minister, Mr Lapid, and I think that we will be seeing. Um uh Both high level Israeli delegations in Washington, and most probably high level American delegations in Israel and not too distant future. I mean, This is something that we have always seen. I think we're going to continue to see it. We are a steadfast ally of the United States, and I think we will continue to be. And this is, uh something. That has nothing to do with whichever government is in Jerusalem or whichever government is in Washington. Well, well, well said. And and and I again I realized that as the diplomat, you represent your government, and it just seems to me that, um, the prime minister was an It was an extraordinary speech yesterday. So I did want you to respond to a couple of those those comments, But what I'd like to do is Get our call is involved and also get a sense of, um how much we talked when American presidents are elected. They get a honeymoon period in this country where for the most part, Not always. But for the most part, everybody says, Well, let's see how good a job they can do. Will this be a typical transition of power in a traditional honeymoon period in Israel? Or does Israel have that honeymoon period? Because obviously, elections can be called at any given moment. There's no that is correct, then elections can be called if the government doesn't pass. Uh No confidence vote, but it is a Democrat democracy and we saw yesterday Benjamin Netanyahu get up off the seat that he has been sitting on for some 12 years of Israel's prime minister through the different governments and walk To the seat of the leader of the opposition and sit down in it and the leader of the opposition who was until yesterday, Lapid walked over to the table of the government, which sits in the middle, and he sat down with the government stable. So yes, this is democracy at work. Israel is the great democracy. Israel is a very special democracy, and I will continue to say the only democracy in the Middle East. And I think that this just goes to show both the makeup of the government and the fact that this is something that is possible. And this is what happens in all democracy, So yes, it is slightly different. And there are not six times that, of course, the government supposedly, uh, if there are if it doesn't fall can continue until, uh 2025. But we'll have to see how things how things progress, of course, but I definitely think that what we have here is a wonderful festival of democracy. Whereby people from different parties different focuses of getting together and trying to start a fresh and get things moving. Yes, well, well said. Of course, we need to remember that in the 73 year history of the state of Israel, there have been many transitions of power from one point of view to another. So this is not the first. Uh, who is the he benefits the Israel 13th Prime Minister and there have been 36 governments. So So? Yes. You have had a lot of changes in the period. Absolutely. We're going to we're going to take a break. A little news at the bottom of the hour. 617254 10 30 Triple 8929 10 30. My guest is Israeli Ambassador Ron Rubin. Um he is a Israeli diplomat of longstanding has served as an ambassador to several countries, particularly in South America over the world, recently has been appointed. The the consul general here to New England. Israel's consul general to New England. Um we are fortunate to have him with us fortunate and an opportunity for you to ask a question of someone who probably knows The Middle East as well as anybody that I could have invited to come on the show tonight, and I'm so happy that he has joined us tonight, and I hope some of you will join with either comments or questions. I think this is a time to continue support of Israel, irrespective of who happens to be the prime minister at any given moment. 617254 10 30, Triple eight. 9 to 9 10 30. The ladies line is 617931 10 30. It's nightside with Dan Ray. Hey, Chin WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio. Nothing sounds quite like a dad's dead lobes.

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03:20 min | 1 year ago

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"My Entire time in the Senate. I've never called for anyone's resignation. Obama Biden administration Trump administration by administration Now Trust me, I've been tempted, particularly when some and government I've tried to hurt my state. Lot of that's going on right now with the Biden administration. The straw that broke the camel's back came out today. And it's the reason I'm up here calling for John Kerry did resign. So that is a senator from Alaska, so I just won't open up the phone lines and carry denies it. Obviously if he thought What he is accused of was justifiable. He could have said Sure I had those conversations. I mean the the best defense against an allegation If the allegation is Is is going to be truth. And if it's when he says, um, you could be assured. You could be assured that I never had any of those conversations that are being alleged. Now again. Do I trust the foreign minister of Iran? That's a good question. What would be his motive in trying to implicate John Kerry in what some would argue is treasonous. Treasonist activity carry statement again, In fairness to carry I can tell you that this story of these allegations are unequivocally false. This never happened either when I was secretary of state or sense So he's calling the guy that he negotiated the Iran nuclear deal with the U. S nuclear deal with Iran. Um uh, The current foreign minister of Iran, He's essentially calling Mohammad Javad Shareef a liar. If if he had had these conversations and if they were Uh, acceptable. Normal. Ethical conversations. The response should a bit. Yes, I had those conversations that there's nothing wrong with having those conversations. That was not his response. His response was the Alec. The conversations never occurred. And when you basically betray As the secretary of state, or as a former secretary of state, the nation of Israel. That is a huge problem. It's a huge problem in my opinion, but I'd love to hear from you. 617254 10 30 Triple 8929 10 30. The question is, Do you believe John Kerry? On. If you believe him, then it's much ado about nothing. If you don't believe him, Should he resign or should divide administration jettison? Jettison him? The ladies line is 617931 10 30. The main numbers. 617254 10 30. We in Massachusetts have known John Kerry for a long time. The good the bad and the not so. Pretty aspects of John Kerry. That's why I'd like you to weigh in on this. Whatever your point of view is welcome. Coming back on night side. It's night side with Dan Ray. I'm Don't you be Boston's news radio? Eyes.

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07:16 min | 1 year ago

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"It's night side with Dan Ray until you BZ Boston's news radio. Well, welcome back. Let's talk about something that Well is inevitable. They always say the only two things that are inevitable or death and taxes. I don't want to talk about deaths will talk about taxes tonight is as I'm sure all of you know, February 16th. They scared two months less one day, too that day on the calendar that many of us straight April 15th joining us again, as he has now for several years, is a very accomplished certified public accountant Mark missile back with he's with company and a group called Cat's, Manus and Solomon. They're located in Waltham and Mark. Thank you very much. You know, this is a busy time of year. And once again you've made yourself available to me and my audience. First of all, welcome and second of all, thanks for doing this. No problem. I just Enjoy the report today with the host. Well, hopefully we'll have the callers with all sorts of questions and concerns. Let's um let's hit a couple of important things, I think and You're the guy that really knows the important things. But the first thing that's most important to me is Think April 15th is going to be April 15th this year a year ago, it got pushed back a few months. I don't think that's gonna happen this year. I am I reading that correctly. It's still a little up in the year last year, the Irish one on shutdown as most businesses and other activities did. This year. They're open. They claim they're going toe hold to the April 15th two days, But that makes slip, particularly if the additional rebate passes Congress and they charge the iron Rescue. With getting the money out the public again. They would have to reprogram their computers again and the resources to getting that done, which made attract them from processing returns and accepting returns. So It would still be early toe rocket down, but don't assume that it's better to to assume that April 15th is the deadline and if it gets extended a month or so. Five. But if you assume it's gonna get extended, it doesn't. You could come up short, and it's always very important as we go through sort of the fundamentals here. You're obligated whether you No money. Or your old refund. You're obligated to file a tax return. That's the fundamental observation, right? Only if your income exceeds certain limits. But if we learn nothing else with the rebate program by not filing they have to guess whether you're qualified to get the rebates or not. So if you file you accomplish two things you get on the record as to whether or not you potentially are qualified for repay. And you're on the statue of limitations. After three years. If you have filed a complete return the doors shut on them coming after you for more money, Which, of course, is something none of us want to have happen? So this year, some of the highlights if you fire with standard deduction. Your standard deductions going up just a little bit this year, Correct. Yeah, I think it's around 24 6 for married couple somewhere between 24, 6 and 25,000. Where you don't have to itemize and on top of it. He relief act for the pandemic added a $300 terrible donation deduction, whether you itemize or not, if you actually make donations of $300 Not a big thing, but it's a little bit of extra deduction to take on your returns. Sure, so Teachers are a lot of $250 reduction with the itemized or not, and they expanded the definition of supplies that can be used in the classroom that teachers can pay the cost of and deduct. To include now personal protection equipment during the last year. And for for folks who are what I want to get This clarified for folks who have reached the, uh, minimum. Um Required distribution of the required amendment. I forget, which are empty or whatever it's called required minimum distribution. Yeah, for people who do have a 41 K or or some sort of a savings program. It used to be the year in which you turned 70.5. You had to start drawing down on that money. That's been extended this year. First, all this, there was no there was no required minimum distribution. You could leave your Your retirement account. If you did need it, you could leave it and sit there. Correct. Yes, you're allowed to skip this last year's required minimum distribution. If you turn 70.5 before this year, then you're O'Ryan minimum distributions status and need to continue. If you hadn't it 70.5 you now, Condell a taking that first minimum distribution until you turn 72. Under the revisions that were enacted last year. Yeah, and It's so important. I mean, obviously, you can't go back now. I assumed to 2020 and withdraw funds, But there's no there's no obligation so so if and that and that was done because the stock market took such a hit. Last February and March. Correct. They're pretty much they wanted to give the public the opportunity to Be able to make up the ground as it had turned out by the end of the year. Pretty much all the ground was made up and some e mean there could be some doesn't mean that everyone's accounts bounce back fully. But many had a much better chance and then the other thing, which which I mentioned to you today. That maybe people realized maybe they don't. But if they are someone Who is buying stocks within their IRA or there. The Roth if they have a capital gain on a stock that is purchased and stays within the within the IRA. My understanding is that you don't have to declare a capital gain. Pay a capital gains tax on that, you know, particularly if you made some money, you will eventually have to pay. Your regular income tax as you withdraw it, But that's a little bit of a break for for folks who have who have accumulated IRA's correct. Yeah, the those air retirement accounts and justice. We tension there walled off from falling into your return until you actually take a distribution. Towards carry you through retirement. And the except there is an exception to that, and Unfortunately, some people are urged by their investment advisors to buy Master.

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

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01:05 min | 1 year ago

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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07:36 min | 1 year ago

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"Side with Dan Ray until you easy, easy. Boston's news radio. My guess is United States attorney Andrew Leveling Hey, will be leaving his post. And on February 28 basically submitting his resignation as I'm sure it's um, a zoo. Other U. S attorneys will around the country. Let me ask you this, um You're a Republican in Massachusetts. Um, what sort of a relationship if any, did you have with Donald Trump? I didn't have any relationship with Donald Trump. I've actually never met Donald Trump. Yeah, Uh, that's not unusual. No, I just did that. And the reason the reason I asked that is, I know that there will be people who will. You know, Criticize, Um, you've having been in the Trump administration. But again, I keep coming back to the to the cases that you've been involved in up here. How many various police agencies did, um Did your office bring criminal charges against during your tenure? It's actually several. The two most people know about is we did overtime fraud cases involving the Masters of state police. And the Boston police. And then there are other cases we've done involving particular officers in department say We've never shied away from doing that work. You know, as you've heard me say, before the law scout to apply to everybody equally. Yeah. Um, let me let me look in a crystal bottle little bit here. Massachusetts is slipping in the direction of a one party state. I talked with the Republican state senator on the air last night. I think there are three members of the 40 member. State Senate who are Republican. We have a smattering, remembers 20% of the State House of Representatives. I firmly believe in the need for a two party system. Do you have any interest in politics, post career? Are you going to head off to the private sector and stay there? Well, I'm certainly gonna go to the private sector for the short and medium term. As I said before, I wouldn't foreclose thinking about getting its politics, but I think it's unlikely and the reason for that is the one that you described. Way I like to think about it is look at Charlie Baker, who is one of the most popular governors in the United States. I think right now, but if Charlie Baker had a first, you know hadn't been in office yet. And was running today for the first time in Massachusetts. It's not clear to me that a Republican could win. Politics has become so polarized. So tribal you hear that word a lot. Now that I think you have many, many people, maybe most just voting based on label. They're not looking at the person under the label. They're just voting based on label and I frankly, I question whether a Republican for win statewide two messages today Well, they're, um if, in fact Charlie Baker when he ran for governor first time in 2010. He did exactly what you just said he lost. S o. He had remember He had to go through that that crucible and then and then come back in 2014. Did you have any interest in running for Congress? There are congressional districts in Massachusetts, where the balance between Republicans, independents and Democrats are way out of line. And then there was some that have little little Closer, tough tow company member of Congress. I thought of all those things. The short answer is I just don't know. I doubt it. It could happen and I wouldn't I wouldn't foreclose it, but I am content to go back to the private sector for now and be there a while. I miss it Some. I missed the challenges of it. Um, if in the future an opportunity presents itself, I would think about it. I think you would take a lot to get me to do that. I think politics right now in the country is not healthy. It's extremely polarizing. It's vicious. It's a little too intense. I think that the temperature needs to come down a little bit nationwide. And I'm hoping that that happens. Yeah, And, you know, I I don't know if if you are going to be involved in your office would be involved with some individuals. Um, I believe from Massachusetts or from New England. I'm not even sure how many may have been charged. I assumed those charges come out of Washington. And your office would only work in a support role. Or is that my message? So far? That's what the department has wanted to do. We had a few people there, too, so far from Massachusetts. Who have been charged in connection with the breach of the capital on January 6th. The department wants as many of those cases to be in D. C as can be done in D. C. So we've helped out on those But the charges were actually brought in D. C and not Massachusetts. At least so far. It could be that there are other cases that went up getting done. But that was your reaction When you assume you watched that on TV like everyone else that day, Um suppose you're rich as you watched it. I was appalled. I couldn't believe that I was watching video of events happening in the United States. As opposed to like you know, Venezuela or something? Nothing against Venezuela. But I'm looking at the screen and thinking I can't believe that you know what I'm seeing here. This is actually happening. And so I thought it was. I thought it was appalling. And when you have a situation where you have people directly attacking one of the central symbols of national democracy You can't let that stand. You have to prosecute those people. That point has to be made. And so I have to say I strongly support a prosecuting every person they can identify who breached the capital that day. I'll ask you this question again. You could you could pass on this one if you want. You're not a United States senator. But I don't know if you've had a change to watch much of the second impeachment trial, Um do you think from a constitutional basis? This'll trial is constitutional as it currently is occurring on a chronological basis. I e v. The trial, um, post departure by the president. You have You formulated opinion on the legal question. I get what you're asking. I'm gonna leave that to others. I'm not gonna comment on that. I do question the need to have this proceeding now. When the president has already left the office. I see the arguments on both sides. But, um, I question whether it helps or hurts the overall political atmosphere in the United States. Right now it strikes me that there are more constructive things to do. Yeah, I would She. I do share that point with him. My guess is he into allowing he is the U. S attorney. There's some other cases that I would like to get to On some other issues that I want to ask the U. S attorney about I hope that might be a couple of comments that you'd like to make feel free to join the conversation. 617254 10 30 Triple 89 to 1930. You know, Andrew, whenever I have a U. S attorney on I think a lot of people are afraid to call it because they figured that you'll throw the book at them. He's not going to throw the book at anybody. He's done a great job. Feel free to join the conversation. 617 to 5 14 30 Triple 8929 10 30 Ladies line. 617931 10 30. I think he's done more than a great job you think spent an extraordinary United States attorney. I make no bones about that. We'll be back on my side right After this. It's night side with Dan Ray on WBZ Boston's news radio. Whenever water damage strikes your home or business, calling the cleanup and restoration specialists at 1.

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02:25 min | 2 years ago

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"Police Department, as first reported on WBC news Radio by Dan Ray yesterday morning. Boston Police Commissioner William Grass will be retiring and not running for mayor this year for the community that stuck by me and have hopes, dreams and aspirations for me to be with Mayor. Thank you. It's a blessing for to even be considered WBC's James RoHaas. Following all the developments for us says she joins us Live this morning. Good morning, James. Good morning. Yeah, William Grass was really considering running for mayor. But at the end of the day, he says his passion is with law enforcement. Plus, he already promised his family that when Mayor Walsh left office, he would also Walsh, of course, preparing to join President Biden's administration. Now he talked to WBC's Dan Ray on night side about the support and encouragements he received to run. We're people too. You want me to go forward forward as a mayoral candidate? It just said a lot. I mean, wow, people raised me and they're like we still believe in you. And we think you're the one that would best lead the city grasses. Boston's first black police commissioner with a career in law enforcement spanning 37 years now Superintendent Dennis White begin serving as acting commissioner today. James RoHaas WBZ Boston's news radio at 5 37 at 5 37. Now, despite new recommendations that wearing two face masks is better than one. Dr Anthony Fauci. The head of the CDC, Rochelle Walensky. Continued urge Americans to wear one and keep social distancing earlier this week talk to somebody the infectious disease clinic at Brigham and Women's Hospital, saying it's might be a good idea to wear too if you only have thin cloths. That was their recommendation for your masks. Meantime, a trip to the Super Bowl for eight healthcare superheroes from Mass General Hospital. Ah, thank you. Gesture from the Patriots. Just a real opportunity for patients. Supervisor Godfrey. Autumn. Um, what's good for boarders Have fun, And you know what's the game that I love? You know Chair Jeff Brady, you know grown. Patriots CEO Robert Kraft described these health care workers as superheroes who have risked their lives during the pandemic. Keep us all healthy. Er nurse Gira Zinni says it makes it even more special to be chosen by her favorite team is just incredible Attack chili when it threw this way. I'm just everything that you know. My colleagues and I have been through for them. I don't think I would.

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01:44 min | 2 years ago

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"Radio, and we're watching Washington tonight at 709 right now, the House impeachment manager Jamie Raskin is reading the article of impeachment against former President Trump on the Senate floor House impeachment managers taking the quick walk from the House chamber over to the Senate just a few minutes ago. Article of impeachment has arrived in the Senate. This technically does trigger the trial. But the trial is not going to start for a couple of weeks deal from both sides coming together, so the Senate can work on confirming the Biden cabinet and the house can work on covert relief much more on this coming up at 7 15. Don't go anywhere. I have a great day. Plenty of news happened during your zoom call. Tell your smart speaker to play WBZ news radio on my heart radio and catch up on your world. This is Dan Ray with Jenny from Newton, who has lost £50 and counting. Thanks to awaken 1 80 weight loss. The combination of the pandemic the world falling apart. It was so the right time at that time for me to be like There's one thing in this world that I can control and that's Me. My mood has improved. My hair is improved. There's these rewards going on all the time that make it so worthwhile that I never felt on another diet. That's way different than I need to look good in jeans. When you're like I want to be able to keep up with my niece and nephew. Like I want to be able to run with my dog. I want to be able to if I need to jump fence. That would be a good thing to do because sometimes you need to jump a fence. And my body couldn't do those things before like, it's that basic. Thanks, Jenny. When I let go of my way with awakened when Eddie I didn't realize how easy those basic activities could be. £35 was a game changer for me. I can only imagine how Jenny feels after losing 50 Let go of your weight with awakened when any weight loss dot com Do you need.

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

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00:58 sec | 2 years ago

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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08:09 min | 2 years ago

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"With Dan Ray until you BZ Boston's news radio. We're talking about the XL pipeline. Let's go next to John and framing him. Hey, John. Welcome. Next tonight side. How are you? Hey, Dan. Pretty good. And it's only 656 days to the midterms. Thanks for keeping this county here. I will be. Yeah, well, you know we've been living without it has been completed and we've been energy independent, so it's going to have an effect. Not his biggest baby. You think it would. Now it's about 30,000 jobs, so And write a lot of jobs. Yeah, yeah, everything's being trucks to ship by rail. And the carbon footprint of that is maybe created the pipeline. It's huge. And that laugh for guy was on TV, and he said that the Chinese are gonna By every drop they can, because The difference them from going to Louisiana and going to Vancouver is about 1000 miles. So it Z one thing or another, but came the Canadians need to sell that theirs to keep Yeah, their system going, Um, they damn bad that man. It was on that scientists. He's right that this is a complicated process to Ah, Make the oil happens, but mostly I think that was fracking that was keeping us going. And it was the natural gas provided by that reduced our nation's carbon footprint conservatively. In China, the number one polluter. Uh, And which you know, I also related to this is that Paris Accord. I think I may be wrong about this. But that puts about a trillion dollars of American money under the command of the United Nations. I'd rather not see that. No, I know Well, there's some questions about this cruise some questions about that as well. When when you When you talk about we now obligated to teach certain things in schools, and there's there's a whole controversy. Oh, well, just what bad news Because I'm not, You know, Z in. The other thing is about that is tennis, So let's be included as it developed developing country, you know? I guess you know there's built aircraft carrier. I guess developing countries of doing that all the time. Sure, right? Well, that's China. China. China's position sells very well, um, e think that this was a nine um Construction of a $9 Billion.1200 mile pipeline, if, when completed, would transport 830,000 barrels of crude oil every day from Alberta, Canada to Nebraska. Currently there's an existing keystone pipeline that transports oil from Alberta to Illinois in Texas, according to the Keystone XL website, quoting from an article by Audrey Conklin Conklin here, the project initially proposed More than a decade ago, which sustained 11 about 11,000 jobs in 2021, including 8000 union jobs and generate 1.6 billion and gross wages. That's a lot of money. That's a lot of money that now is going to Impact. Um, make a lot of people. I I just don't understand that. I mean, this is not the Democratic party that that I I grew up with that was concerned about You know, union jobs and good you couldn't union jobs and good union pay. It just seems different. That's all true when they raised the minimum ways that means just federal Union employees they get raised to. I think it's based on. Probably. Yeah, probably, I guess, but That's that's again going to put a lot of pressure arms on small business. We had a guy from Mississippi on last hour. William from Mississippi. It seems to me that Hey, what the minimum wage needs to be in New York City, uh, might be a hell of a lot higher than $15 an hour to make a living. Okay, um and Mississippi. I just think to make that the floor the federal level I think it's a mistake. I think it treats Mississippi the same as Massachusetts in New York. And I think that is a mistake. So but again, we'll see. I mean will happen is we'll be talking about this again. For now, we're talking about a gas prices and now up to 4 50 a gallon, you know? No, but they'll be all upset. And we'll be able to trace it back. In my opinion in no small part to this. Executive order that Joe Biden signed yesterday. Wait until the wall goes way into the immigrants that coming in from? Well, there's a whole bunch of issues here, but I just decided to take each one of them and I just decided that what I want to do is take each one of them the time and look at look at the impact on people. John has always appreciate you call very much. We'll talk soon. Okay? Yes. Thank you, My friend. Let's go to Canada. Richard is on is an Ontario. One of our regular listeners up there, Richard. What is the impact? Or what are they talking about? In Canada tonight? I mean, has e I assume Canada? This is a big news story in Canada. All good, Even Dan. It's a huge news story because this has been bounced around since the prime minister Harper and George W. Bush were in office George W. Bush when it was Mean discussed in the early stages, had no issue with it. Obama gets elected and is immediately pressured by Warren Buffett. Is Warren Buffett has hundreds and hundreds of thousands of oil tanker cars out on the railroad throat North America So, uh, the Obama administration then says to the Harper government, and then subsequently, the Trudeau government. No. President Trump comes in. Says to the Canadian government. Yes, and now President Biden comes in and says no. Um Approximately 11,000 jobs is correct, but the spinoff spinoff jobs relates him Do I believe it's 30,000 jobs in the United States and close to 40,000 jobs in Canada. Now the oil patch Alberta Is eyes one of the most significant oil reserves in the world. In fact, they don't even know how much oil is there to be to be quite honest, so vast. And the Canadian government. I will say this governess of whether it's conservative or liberal government would not allow pipelines to be built from the oil patch in Alberta out to the Pacific coast across the most beautiful landscape, probably in the world. That being the Rockies through through Alberta and northern BC Last in Canada wants to do, although they have every right to sell their oil it sell to the Chinese, especially with the state of relations that are currently Exists between the two countries. I can assure you that the In tomorrow's conversation that Prime Minister Trudeau I am from and President Biden are going to have that. That this will be a hot topic. Uh, that we are only one crisis away in the Middle East. From United States and Canada. Having significant Uh, Increases in their gas. And oil. Because what will happen The, uh the supply will go down. And when the supply goes down, and demand stays the sand, the prices go skyrocketing and we're going to turn around. We're going to say, Well, jeez, those million barrels a day that could have come out of Canada. Was served North America pretty nicely right now, Troy. The other thing, too. Is that as covert recedes hopefully in the next year or so on, we get vaccines on get it under control. A certain percentage of people.

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"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Okay, so you're a pretty You're pretty sharp guy. What do you think? The odds are that Mike Pence for doing that? Is given a profile in Courage Award by the Kennedy Library here in Boston. I'm I have no problem with what with my friends. He was loyal to what he did, but that's not my question. That's not my question, Mike. The problem is you don't want to answer my question. What? Well, you wouldn't have a problem, but that's not the question. What do you think the chances are that Mike Pence? Get a profile in Courage Award for the Kennedy Library. Up. If that's how it if that was how it was voted, then then, sure. Yeah, but see. Now you still doesn't answer the question. The answer. The question is swimming. None and slim may have just left out. He deserves a profile in Courage Award. If you read John Kennedy's book profiles in courage, It's exactly what he's talking about. Anyway. I gotta ride Mike is always enjoy your calls. Thanks. I gotta go. Thank you. My friend will be back. Six months. 7 to 5 14 30 Triple 8929 10 30. I will tell you we have two lines open But there the ladies line 617931 10 30 Ladies jump onboard here love to hear from you. It is Inauguration Eve. We're trying to build some bridges here trying to, at least if not build bridges, at least kind of get a little closer to people on different sides of this this great divide that we have in America coming back. Good night side. It's night side with Dan Ray. Hey, Dan, don't you BZ Boston's news radio. Finding great candidates, the higher Converium.

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Boston Police Commissioner Gross Considering Run For Mayor

WBZ Midday News

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

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 | 2 years ago

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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"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Night side with Dan Ray until you BZ Boston's news radio. All right, let's get back to the phone's going to go next to John in Pennsylvania. John Welcome next tonight, said Happy New Year. Happy New year. Well, thank you for taking my call. John, I gotta tell you, we're tight on time. It's 10. Minutes of normally, I'd give you a lot of time tonight. It would kind of tight. Go ahead. So you said he's going to be gone 14 days. You also said you sounded delusional, which I agree with. Ah, delusional individual is not fit to be president. Or one more day. Uh, given his obvious psychological and moral unfitness. He needs to be removed either by the 25th amendment. Or by being impeached and convicted in the Senate. How long you think it'll take you to be done? How long do you think an impeachment trial will would take the last? It could be done the day I don't think you've done in one day. I don't think so. Have you read the 25th Amendment? Yes. Okay. I have to if he is delusional, if used delusional. Okay, again. I am not a psychiatrist. John. I am not a psychiatrist. Okay? I think that he is delusional that he thinks he won the election. I'm not making a professional medical judgment under the 25th amendment. It could take. It can take literally weeks. Weeks on do I commend. I'm not going to read it to you. But if you if you listen, if you would read the 25th amendment, you realize there's not something that can be done in two or three days, And even if he's removed, he they can write a letter to Congress is saying I'm okay and then they have to have hearings, and they have to have a vote in Congress. And an impeachment would take would take weeks at a minimum. Well, I disagree with you on impeachment could be a simple floor vote on both the House and Senate. Um, like he was saying about the trial. It's not a simple vote Jon. You know as well as I do. It's two thirds vote in the United States Senate in order to remove the president from office, But again some night calm. Do me a favor. Let's make a little side bet here. Okay, Chill the fun of it. Into within two weeks. I want you to call me back because if if he could be removed that quickly that expeditiously then then go ahead. You got two weeks If this was Maybe two years into his term. Or there were two months left. Maybe it oven argument, But I think that unless he wants to resign and give Mike Pence the honor of becoming the president for 13, or 14 days He's going to be until the bitter end and with survived for four years, we can survive another two weeks. He's going to do farm. He's going to do more damage in the next two weeks to do well, they would call me back and improve me wrong, okay? I proved you wrong. When I told you what his reaction to losing the election was gonna bay and that he would never act like a president ever. He would continue to be toxic. Somebody politics. All right, John, call me back. We'll discuss this further in a week or so. Thanks. I gotta keep rolling here. Got Diane and East Bridgewater. Diana guy do with three more. I'm going to try to get everybody in. Go ahead, Diane. Hi. I'm Republican myself. But I'm really sad about what happened today because I thought that that was terrible. But I actually would like to just say one thing to defend the president. And I think that the president gets blamed for a lot of things. And I think that they're blaming that this occurred because of his talk today. When, in fact, I don't think people feel to notice this was pre planned. I watched the whole thing on Fox like all day, and they show that when they came, they had backpacks on their back. They had game on him. It came with ropes that they like hung up on the walls that they claimed the ropes in the world and they had tomahawks and things that they were smashing the windows in. So this was because Like some Republicans got mad at what Trump said. This was pre planned. They came with the gear. This was going to, but but he was the one who told them by tweets for weeks. Come to Washington on January 6, something big's gonna happen. I think a lot of people came to Washington under the belief that somehow He was going to be a, you know, restored assed president. But that they still but that still doesn't matter That still like it still isn't his fault that they did that like they want to impeach him. This thing like they had to take him off of Of the radio stations. No, the tweets because of what he's saying his fault. I still don't believe it's his fault that was planning this would have happened Regardless, Even if he didn't have the talk. Somebody probably would have done. It just may be mixed into this crowd of for 90 minutes. I think that again. He got them going. On day, probably right. I mean, there were people there. I think there are a lot of the proud boys with their the this right wing group. They were there. There's no doubt about that. Absolutely no doubt about that on they were there looking looking for a problem. Let's see who who's going to be arrested. I think a lot of people are going to be arrested and we'll find out about that stopped by this time. Tomorrow night. Eight o'clock. We'll talk about this tomorrow night, okay? Right, and I let you go. That's what I wanted to say that I should very, very much appreciate. Let's go next to Arena in East Bridgewater reading with two calls from East Bridgewater, go right ahead, right? Um, yeah, I was looking on the Internet today. This pictures of the ones that was the charge they worked the crowd. And they took photo ops inside the capital. They were the first one that they broke in and an M P l in people with trump flags, but they couldn't conceal it attacked Tombs. One has sickle in the hammer, and they're identified as the ones from BLM and and people from Portland and Pennsylvania. You know, if that's true, we'll see. I don't know how you identify people like that. But guess what. If it's true, let's will get it out there. But, uh, look at the pictures. I don't know what you're looking for. You look at the tattoos on someone's hand. Um, someone tattoos that someone's hand I have no idea what you're talking about. Well, the guy with the beard he's from Pennsylvania..

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"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:52 min | 2 years ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That's 803 995446 check of Sports. The Celtics falling to the Pistons 96 93 in Detroit tonight. College football playoff today, the Rose Bowl taking place in Arlington, Texas, this year due to covert restrictions in California, Alabama. 31 Notre Dame 14. The Crimson Tide will take on the winner of tonight's Sugar Bowl between clubs in and Ohio State. That one is at halftime. Right now in Ohio State is rolling. They're up 35 to 14 and the report today from the athletic in SportsNet Canada says the NHL will play to outdoor games in February and the Bruins will take on the Flyers and one of them and get this. The game will be played in Nevada at the Edgewood Tahoe resort, with the rank being placed around the 16th, 17th and 18th holes. Unfortunately, no fans will be allowed to attend. It's 35 degrees in Boston at 10 07. Let's get back tonight. Side. Morgan White is in for Dan Dan Watkins WBZ Boston. The news Radio. It's Night side with Dan Ray on WBZ. Costin's news radio. All right, third hour of the night side. And if you are a knight sighed fair. On Fridays, Dan Ray Those a shout out? To a gentleman that he knows he is shocked at his store. And I think it well, if Dan could do a shout out to this man Could get the man myself. I used to have Carry on with great regularity three or four times a year. Sorry. I haven't done this in like 4 to 5 years with Gary. We're going to talk about spirits. Averages off. An alcoholic nature. That should get some of you to lift the phones and call in Perry Park. Good evening. Happy New Year, Morgan went happy New Year and Good evening to you. How are you? All right, so many things have changed A Gary Glitter's Yeah, it's well before the changes within the store. I mean, this last year was very challenging for retail, very challenging for The beverage industry, the restaurant industry and Wow, it Z. Been quite a year. Yes, it hasn't. I crossed my fingers when I say this, hopefully The hills of 2020 and now behind us. And 2021. Will be its own year and a good year for all of us were hoping for that. You know, we're still retail alcohol on and on premise. Restaurants were still under a great deal of restrictions. We were having to close by 9 30 at night where it reduced capacity Right now, All of these things were having an impact on us the same way that you're affecting the restaurant's right now the restaurant's even more so than us. But We got a long way to go now. I want to talk about The restaurant arm of Gary's Liquors. You should have a full menu deli on whether you want sandwiches or soup or a main meal. You've got it. How did that come to be? So about 11 years ago was always something that we wanted to do, and we wanted to get into. You know there was a great There's been a history of Delhi's and our shopping mall. The years that we've You know, come to love and they've come and gone, so we wanted to try to incorporate that in the store. It was kind of a natural. Sit when we did it. I wanted homemade. I wanted real food, not You know, stuff that comes out of buckets and poured into bowls and you know things like that. But we do carry a great line of boars head me, But we also do you know not many places do this any more roast beef, turkey, corned beef pastrami, all from scratch. Coleslaw, potato salad all from scratch. I mean, we'd boil the potatoes for the potato salad, You know, really old school ways about doing it and It started off through the pandemic. This year was pretty rough, and now we transition to much more take out individually wrapped instead of platters and things like that Muriel Toe You know, kind of turn it around, and it was really helped out towards the end. Tell everybody specifically where they confined Gary Slickers. So we are located at 6 55 v. F. W Parkway in West Roxbury are mailing addresses chest not Hill, which is technically not a place. It's a postal area. And you can find us a Gerry's liquors dot com. We're kind of big Facebook page instagram Twitter. I mean, we're on all of them. And basically soup to nuts. If you are hungry, you can go in there. And feed you tell me An array of food. Yeah, it's great. I mean, we have curbside pickup available right now. Pretty much pretty big menu. We can pretty much make anything you are interested in, even if we don't have very creative people over in the deli and grills. That pretty much make anything you want all from scratch, All right, And it's up. Anything sees? No, I know I came in and wanted Clams one day, so we actually did the seven time we did fresh fried clams that I would put up against some of most famous Seafood shacks out there in the state. They're done fresh. Daily, big, huge portions that really cheap prices right now. It's a little out of season for the clam. So we're hoping the next couple of months to get that back. But we still do a great lobster roll for 12 99. It really just can't be beat. No, it's fantastic. And they have different daily specials. There all the time in our specials, all usually under $10. And good science portions, everything ready to go. So that's that really works well. Yeah, I want to do what I used to do when I had to is a guest. Hmm. A segment. Next segment. We'll talk about beer. And then we'll go the segment after that. And talk about hard spirits. Vodka, gin, rum at cetera and We'll do a wrap up. Of whatever subject that it's left that we haven't touched anybody. I'd love to hear from people how they actually celebrated the holidays differently this year. You know, we noticed some really different travels come Thanksgiving, much smaller purchases. Christmas was much smaller. We were really urging people and hopefully they listen to us to stay home and Throw a party or attend a party. It was kind of anti what we do, but it was really important that we got that message of last week or so. So we tried very hard to do that. But Be interested to hear how anybody celebrated small this year. And, you know, a lot of people have also become great mixologists and home. Since they haven't been able to go out. We've noticed a big trend in All kinds of eclectic and different types of lookers and mixes and stuff That was about so if you became a great At home Bartender, What was your favorite recipe? He and the other thing else here that I'd like people to do is take a category that's actually you might have in your house that's been sitting there or in your parent's or grandparent's house. If you find it Old bottles of Kentucky bourbon, not old bottles of vodka, not old bottles of cordials or brandy or anything other than that, If you have a really old bottle with maybe that's still has one of those paper tax team song. It Call and let me know what it is because you could be sitting on something worth some money. All right, we'll talk about that. 617. 254 10 30. Pull 38889 to 9. 10 30. Your calls are welcome here at night side. I'm Morgan Filion sedan would dance Buddy Gary Park from Gary's Liquors. So let me give you a time check and a temperature check. 10 15 35 degrees. It's.

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"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"dan ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"At home. I'm broke McCarthy Nightside with Dan Ray Until you BZ Boston's news radio way are having a discussion. Yes, me a political discussion. I know. I know. A lot of you were shocked at that. I've got marital issue with me. And we're about to go to Gentlemen. Who is well known all the BZ callers, listeners. Will you listen to Jordan or Dan or me? All I have to do is say these two words. Well, three words technically. Glen from Brighton. Hello. I want to see it happening. New year to you and Alan Tools You knew I'd call when he does. Happy New year gland before we get started. You too, Alan. You told me about a mutual friend who has found a microphone again on the airwaves in our area. It is. Yeah. I want you to tell Glenn keeping in mind. We can't necessarily say a station. We can say a frequency. But tell when, because he always spoke favorably of Bob and wanted to know why I didn't have Bob arm when I was overnight, huh? Well, Bob Together a program for baby boomers and Gen Xers, mostly entertainment driven, and he was able to get that.

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Massachusetts to require face masks to combat coronavirus surge

WBZ Morning News

01:37 min | 2 years 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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2020 St. Patrick's Parade in South Boston canceled amid coronavirus concerns

Jay Talking

01:07 min | 2 years 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

Jay Talking

00:27 sec | 3 years 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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'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' conjures the impossible on Broadway

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:25 min | 5 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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