18 Burst results for "David Crystal"

Has the Internet Permanently Changed How We Speak?

Wild Wild Tech

05:14 min | 5 months ago

Has the Internet Permanently Changed How We Speak?

"We'll come back to wild wild tech a show about the strange frankenstein's monster of technology and culture shambling through our lives. I'm josh rivera. And i'm doing erika weber. I am the frankenstein and joshua is the monster. Let me paint you a picture jordan. It's the early nineteen eighty s. we're in calgary alberta. It's cold because this is calgary and a man named wayne pearson. Is typing three letters online for the first time l. I think you're familiar with this. Wouldn't rate yes. It clearly means lots of love joshua. It's like it's laugh out loud right. Yeah i mean this one's everywhere right with a few exceptions like you just said like everyone gets it. It's an example of what we might call like. Internet speak which can be a phrase acronym or a word that was either born or popularized on the internet. Do you have any favorites. A oh laughing my ass off or ass for you over there what else. I never really liked raffle because it sounded too fluffy. Yeah funny funny thing about raffle ruffles. Actually fallen out of popularity. No one really use it anymore. Probably because they feel the same way you do so your your taste maker good. Everyone should listen to me more. I have a friend who just types wrecked r. e. t. all caps when someone gets there s handed to them but like only in a very minor inconsequential way. It feels a little stupid talking about this stuff right. But i also think it's fun i mean we're both riders and language is kind of easy to take for granted. It just sort of like works and you don't really appreciate for the thousands of miracles that it takes to make it work so talking to a link and we've got to here today just reminds you of how much magic there is and how we speak to one another. There are very obvious differences in the way we speak and like sometimes it's fun. Pack that but before we go any further we should because this is an english language podcast or naturally going to discuss english and because language is also culture. It's worth noting. A big part of how. The internet influence language comes from cultures borrowing from one another sometimes in ways that are not particularly great or well-considered. We're mostly focusing on the tech angle. Here as the cultural one is enough to fuel an entire podcast. Yeah much as. I would like to pitch that podcast. Personally you'd be better off going to listen to the allusion est within a by helen saltzman. She talks about this kind of thing. All the time and you know talks about the conflict between loving the english language and also knowing that it has committed atrocities so today. I'm going to introduce you to two of my favorite interviews so far. The first is someone who has around fifty years of experience in linguistics and comes from your side of the jordan. Well i'm david crystal academically. I'm honorary professor of linguistics at the university of banja. Here in north wales. Also really. I spend most of my time at home especially lockdown writing books about language in linguistics and the english language gender close aspects of the internet to. He's here to give us an understanding of how the internet has impacted our language and the ways. It has actually happened before but first he starts with something. That's a little bit surprising. For all the words we don't know and rapidly growing lexicon. The internet's impact on the english. Language is actually quite small. Not because there isn't a lot of change but because the english language is so vast. Let's just stay with english for the moment over the past twenty years. I'm sure the internet has added several thousand new words and phrases to the english language. But heck the english language has over a million words each many more than that nobody knows. How many so an extra few thousand isn't a big deal. As far as vocabulary is concerned and then grandma. Oh well as far as i can tell the grammatical constructions. We will using back in one thousand nine hundred ninety just before the win. Came in exactly the same as the grammatical constructions. You and i are using right now. According to professor crystal this has had a side effect. I'm sure you've seen before. Those who treat changes in the language as a sign of cultural decay. So i went to see a show by susie. Dent she does dictionary kona on a countdown. I don't know if any of this is meaningful to you countdown. british television program with word challenges and number challenges and she does the dictionary corner anyway. She did this show about language and she talked about how people are often very concerned about it. Changing her thing was the word. Mischievous people often pronounces mischievous because they think it rhymes with devious. But it's actually mischievous more people probably say mischievous that. It will probably just change the word that kind of thing. Yeah and this is one of the things that professor crystal talked about length. The languages nature change. It's not inherently good or bad. it's just change.

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"david crystal" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"david crystal" Discussed on KTOK

"Senate was set to vote on allowing us to carry on campus. How did that come out this afternoon at five Lee, these radio one thousand eight t okay? Our last caller, David crystal river, Florida, I forgot to mention one thing to you. That also happened during the application for the warrant before the Feis accord, the FBI. Leaked knows stories based on the dossier. The FBI was leaking stories that were then getting published in the New York Times Washington Post and elsewhere. In what they did. They put. Those news stories in there affadavit as evidence. To support the warrant they leaked them. Just like they plied popadopoulos with a bunch of garbage about the Russians having thirty thousand emails and arranged for him to tell somebody that would tell the FBI, they planted news stories. About the dossier elements of the dossier and elements of collusion those stories ran, and then they took those stories put them in their applications that look judge. It's not just us the media's onto this too. But the media only knew what they had because the FBI lak- tool. Now, you can't do that in your local community without getting caught in the process and paying a steep price. And his question is what's going to happen to these people? If this investigation is real. Now, this is what the independent or the inspector general Mr. Harwich is looking at now he's looking at the FIS process. However, one of the problems with his investigation is that many of the people involved in it are no longer there. And thus not sure he can talk to them. But if if if bars investigation gets gets this deep to find out and it must. That's going to be learned because we already know this at any rate folks, you getting a good night's rest and good night's sleep is a top priority for good buddies at bollandbranch so much. So they have now undertaken their most ambitious effort yet. You know, they've got the the the luxurious sheets and the towels and other things for the. That room bath experience, but they've decided to go for all the marbles. They have now created the Boll and branch mattress. And this is no ordinary mattress. This is a top of the line mattress. It's built specifically to give you a great night's rest for years to come. There is more attention to detail in the construction of this mattress than ever. You can tell from the number of layers in the assembly process to the number and kinds of coils that give you both a firm night's rest and comfort at the same time..

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"david crystal" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"david crystal" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Obviously gotta get stops on the other end. What concerns me as they're getting nothing absolutely nothing against Oregon's defense. But what I don't like is at the other end they seem to have lost a little bit of their energy on the defensive and they can't afford to give up any more points. They can have enough trouble catching up just the forty eight. It ordered already as on Washington. Ball out of the top out. Kris passenger the front court left side gets a screen. Jamir right goes up to the top of the key picks up his dribble, skipped past goats at a well, the right baseline weeds. It puts it a shot. No. He was fouled. We'll go to the free throw line to shoot two upset because the official right in front of them. Didn't make the call. The call came from the slot. Official on the other side. I'd hold you bench jumped up and say, where's the call? Well, we got the call, you know, go to the free throw line to shoot two, but it was late. And it wasn't from the official. That was on the play was a slot. Official from the other side. The free throw line. Whereas free throw is up. It is good. And by the way, they need all their free throws there. Haven't had many many free throws maye attempt. About one. But the first one that was the first one of the game right there on the free throws. And they need some offensive rebounds fifth got to manufacture some easy points. Ryan Anita turnover. No score some points in transition get to the free throw line or get an offensive rebound. They've got a manufacturer points because they're not getting anything half. Here's a trap right here. The Welbeck's bolt forty eight thirty five no well sits pitcher to the front steps through a trap. Get into a quarrel at the free throw line left side the king past afflicted by corner. He's out of bow. Tried to save it. Ed, Tony Padilla was right on top of it. Barter going towards the fans in the front row was to that ball back at ballots, but had a foot on the lawn. Mike Hopkins likes to trap out of the two three. They'll trap a lot in either corner. They don't trap as much on top. But sometimes the two top guys will run out and attack the ball Peyton Pritchard twice tonight. You're going to see a little bit more of it in the last seven minutes is they have to get more aggressive inbounds pass the Pritchard. As a top of the key between the circles Pasco's right side to Richardson backup, the Prichard seven to shoot. Richard puts it out with the right hand looks the pass to king Ludwig pumping, the three steps left gets it out a white left. Great God with one of the shot clock. Paul white males. It fifteen for him Oregon on top fifty two thirty five they call it. A to steal by Richard on the inbound favorite. Chris was just relaxed. The ball got inbounded Payton ran he had his back to him. And he just took it right away from them to casual on the inbound, spray Richardson is fouled out. Brought that'll go against Dominic. Green. His I was a d two for Paul white data the left quarter, so fourteen per white. A fifteen point lead for Oregon and free throws it up. David crystal turned his head patriot. Pete, Richard snuck in there. The ball with one hand was looking back toward the inbounder. Peyton Pritchard saw and just ran up and stole the ball. Peyton Richard doing everything tonight for Oregon Richardson made two free throws of Albany, go..

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"david crystal" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

10:31 min | 2 years ago

"david crystal" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Anybody more friends behind the curtain, Sean Hannity is on I twenty five now til the top of the hour. We'll get to your calls this half hour. I wanted to bring back for a couple of minutes, congressman Steve Scalise. Remember the victim of an almost fatal shooting member. When the Republicans were practising for the congressional baseball game and the killer a democrat Bernie's supporter, which by the way, I don't blame Bernie Sanders for. But if it was the opposite. They would do that. Anyway, came pretty close we saw such heroism from the capitol police that day who were escorting congressman Scalise. And you know, it's not a really good way for Democrats to start off the majority actually suppressing the opportunity for Steve Scalise to tell his story because Steve Scalise believes that people are bad. And that guns in and of themselves don't shoot themselves, and I just wanted to check him what happened with you. And and congress and testifying. Hey, Sean, appreciate the opportunity. You know, there was a Bill that's moving through congress right now. It's H R eight, and it's a Bill that deals with gun control measures talented as a background checks Bill, but they were having a hearing on the Bill and on the concept of of gun violence and Doug Collins, Republican lead on the committee wanted me to be one of the people that which has to find the Republican side and members of congress want to testify they always present the venue in power. We did that previously. They did it. And for whatever reason, the new chairman democrat, chairman of the committee, refused to let me have that same venue to testify, and Sean it's kind of perplexing when you think about it. But frankly, I'm sure very few people watched the actual committee hearing a lot more people heard about what I was gonna because they didn't know how many in the committee your well. What is it? What is it? They don't I know you publish this on Fox, News dot com. I saw their first. What is it? They don't wanna hear that. You don't blame the gun for the shooting took place that nearly took your life. Right. I mean, I I'm a strong supporter of the second amendment and really get predates the constitution. And there's a reason the founders didn't initially put it in the constitution to they thought gun rights. We're just an assume bright and ultimately big saw some threats. And so they they added when they were putting the Bill of rights together, they had a real constitutional protection for law abiding citizens to defend themselves always about self defense. Not just to be in the army or the military, and the supreme court addressed that unfortunately with a five to four decision it should have been nine, but regardless of their their Bill h r eight among other things, Sean we'll do this. If you low your gun to a friend of yours to go to a shooting range under their Bill. You would go to jail for a year and face up to a hundred thousand dollar fine. That's the kind of gun control in their Bill. What what are you buddy mean lower your what do you mean? Lower your loan. If you own it. Oh, if you loaned a gun to a friend of yours who wanted to try it out at a range exactly about this. Sean. Let's say a friend of yours comes to you and says that her boyfriend is beating her up and she wants to borrow your gun because she's afraid he's gonna come and in harm if she doesn't have a gun of her own. So she has two yours that at once should leave your presence. And she goes back to her house to defend ourselves against a boyfriend has beaten her up. You would be subject to a year in federal prison in one hundred thousand dollar fine for that, Sean. That's just insanity. So look this is the type of thing though, does not going anywhere this. These are House Democrats posturing because the Republicans aren't going to support it in the Senate, or at least, I don't think. So do you think that has it any chance of passing? I don't think they will. I don't think they will show. But the important point is when this Bill comes to the house on the next few weeks, the mainstream media isn't gonna tell you what I just told you with the mainstream media is going to send this, oh, this is just about making sure that everybody goes through our background checks with bad people. Don't get gone. You don't you don't want people to get guns? And neither do I. Well, I hate to. I don't I don't mean to break it to you. But if it weren't listen, what those two capitol police officers did that saved your life that day what they did is honestly, one of the most courageous acts of bravery because when you have a guy that has cover, and if he was any decent rifle shooter. He's got a rifle he's got cover and they're walking out with pistols in the middle of a baseball field. That's called being a sitting duck. That's called being a target element of surprise to. He had right? The fact that they surprise walked out there. Yeah. I mean, it was an act braver. David crystal with handguns, but train highly trained highly skilled in incredibly brave. Both of them were Sean. But for your listeners that don't host David Billy, crystal men were shot during the shootout and kept going after the shooter counterweight and went towards the danger saved my life everybody else's life there. Over a dozen members members of congress and other volunteers. All of us and took the shooter down. Unbelievable, heroism and miracles. I gotta tell you, really. Thank god. They were there that day. And nobody really knows had sources at the time telling me that first day, you got something like nineteen transfusions, and it was very touch toucher go for a while. And there was a chance you aren't gonna make it. Yeah. It was it was a few different points that I twenty four hours. I almost didn't make it just got to see this President Trump and the first lady Melania came to the hospital that night. Give a lot of comfort relief to my wife. Jennifer there at the hospital when nobody knew if I was going to make it. Why wouldn't I donated blood for you? But they would have rejected my blood also. But I would've offered vice president Pence donated blood that the next day. It was it was wonderful to see the goodness of people though, Sean 'cause now you deserve a range gunman, but we saw the goodness of people. It was people with guns at say my life. And that's why I'm so passionate about spreading this message. You know, I was always a defender of the second amendment. But I got to see how people with guns were able to stop a bad person with a gun, and if they wouldn't have had those guns there, we wouldn't be here today, and nobody else should lose that ability HR, e we'll do it. We all need to keep speaking out against it. And if they bring it to the floor everybody will vote for it is going to do those things to send you to federal prison. You're done to a friend who's being beaten by our boyfriend. You would be a felon. You know, something if something happens, you know, who then takes on the responsibility. But congressman, thanks. I'm glad they actually help get your message out more in my opinion. And we appreciate you being with us. Unbelievable. Right. Thanks, sean. A great thing with you. All right. Eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number. You wanna be a part of the program. I promise we'll get to a lot of your. Phone calls here as we say hi to Dave in Texas. Dave, how are you? Glad you called, sir. Hello, hannity. How are you? Thanks for your time and taking my call. Thank you. Sure. Sure. Enjoy listening to your shell. And watching on TV at night. Also, just real quick quick phone call here. I just call it in on the wall. Living in Texas in San Antonio area. There's a big talk of that, of course, in just a few things. I always think about what that wallet obviously, a fan gate pie and things we deal with on a daily basis being in in our beautiful country. Let me go to the movies. We have to go through turnstiles because we have to go through turnstiles. We have show tickets at the airport. Get searched, and we are dieted through our daily lives and just something that we we talk about on a daily basis only network is it this wallet the help America be safe again, and finishing the Waller huge in my mind and a lotta people and one thing to think about it that we're asking for five billion dollars to finish this wall. And if you ever thought about it if you look at the LA Rams stadium, and you look at the dollar amount that they're that they're putting into that thing. It's four point nine seven four point nine billion dollars to finish the LA stadium and how much of the tax payers pay. No that money. Well, it looks like the looking at the owners are putting up. A little bit of that taxpayers are being the majority of it is coming from the taxpayers and ownership is putting an abortion, but obviously for football stadium. And I love my football. I love all my sports. But when it comes to my country, I love my country more and the safety of nine AM, and my kids, and of course, the people United State both sides of the border. Ray raises a good question because I'm not against public and private partnerships of some kind. There was a recent announcement Long Island city, which is in Queens, New York where Amazon was gonna build new headquarters is looking to build new headquarters, and they were going to get twenty five thousand probably pretty good job. So do although Jeff Bezos is not known as somebody that is particularly generous with his employees, but to get this. They literally what's at stake. Here is New York City and state was going to issue three billion dollars in tax breaks and other incentives that the that gave Amazon. When they agreed to give Amazon's, you know, this amount of money. Now, here's the problem. I definitely want those jobs for the people of Long Island city. I want the twenty five thousand jobs, but why do they get to give one company all of these tax breaks? What about every other company and every other business, you know, there are guys in in New York all over New York? They solve food on a corner. Hot dog stands all over the place. You're going to give those guys in a quivalent of tax break, or you're just going to give it to your big corporate wealthy buddies. Because you make a big splash and look at this. We got twenty five thousand new jobs, and and you get to take credit for when you use the payers money to incentivize one company, but you treat every other company in New York differently. So in the same goes with sports stadiums. I think issues like this you have a referendum pro- process in California, and the people decide to vote that in okay, that's up to them. But you're right this there's something wrong if when treating people differently, especially when it comes to you on tax dollars. Although if you make you can make a. Case that okay. This is going to bring in more revenue in the end. And it's better for the city and the state, and there's all sorts of other monies that are going to be used then it certainly can make the argument. But at the end of the day, nobody else is getting that Amazon deal, everyone talks about the rich getting richer. Well, that's Democrats helping the rich get richer and New York would be super rich. If you know governor Cuomo just open up fracking in upstate New York, while Pennsylvania is literally drowning in money from natural gas that they're literally stealing from New York. I'm sure some of that New York.

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"david crystal" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

10:48 min | 2 years ago

"david crystal" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The top of the hour. We're going to get to your calls this half hour. I we wanted to bring back for a couple of minutes, congressman Steve Scalise. Remember the victim of an almost fatal shooting. Remember when the Republicans were practising for the congressional baseball game and the killer a democrat Bernie's supporter, which by the way, I don't blame Bernie Sanders four. But if it was the opposite. They would do that. Anyway, came pretty close. We saw such heroism from the capitol police that day who were escorting congressman Scalise and. You know, it's not a really good way for Democrats to start off the majority, and they're actually suppressing the opportunity for Steve Scalise to tell his story because Steve Scalise believes that people are bad and that guns in and of themselves don't shoot themselves, and I just wanted to check him. What happened with you in congress and testifying? Hi, sean. Appreciate the opportunity. You know, there was a Bill that's moving through congress right now. It's HR eight and it's a Bill that deals with gun control measures. You know, they're talented is a background check Bill, but they were having a hearing on the Bill and on the concept of of gun violence and Doug Collins, the Republican lead on the committee wanted me to be one of the people that has to the Republican side and the numbers of time. I wanna testify they always present that venue when we were in power. We did that previously. They did it. And for whatever reason the new chairman democrat, chairman of the committee refused to let me have the same. Then you to testify, and Sean it's kind of perplexing when you think. About it. Frankly, I'm sure very few people watched the actual committee hearing a lot more people heard about what I was because they didn't allow the committee your well. What is it? What is it? They don't know, you publish this on Fox, News dot com. I saw their first. What is it? They don't want to hear that. You don't blame the gun for the shooting that took place nearly took your life. Right. I mean, I'm a strong supporter of the second amendment and really predates the constitution. There's a reason the founders didn't initially put it in the constitution to they thought that gun rights were just an assumed bright. And ultimately, they saw some threats, and so they they added when they were putting the Bill of rights together, they the real constitutional protection law abiding citizens to defend themselves always about self defense. Not just to be in the army or the military, and the supreme court addressed that unfortunately with a five to four decision it should have been nine zero. But regardless of their their Bill HR eight among other things, Sean we'll do this. If you loan you're going to a friend of yours to go to a shooting range under their Bill. You would go to jail for a year and say up two hundred thousand dollar fine. That's the kind of gun control. That's in their Bill. What do you mean lower your what do you mean, lower your gun loan? If you loan it. Oh, if you loaned a gun to a friend of yours who wanted to try it out at a range. Exactly we're thinking about this on. Let's say a friend of yours comes to you and says that her boyfriend is beating her up and she wants to borrow your gun because she's afraid he's gonna come and in two or harm. And she doesn't have a gun of her own suggestive or yours that once should leave your presence. And she goes back to her house to defend ourselves against a boyfriend has beaten her up. You would be subject to a year in federal prison and one hundred thousand dollar fine for that, Sean. That's insanity. So look, this is the type of thing though, that's not going anywhere, this these are House Democrats posturing because the Republicans aren't going to support it in the Senate, or at least, I don't think. So do you think that has it any chance of passing don't think they will? I don't think they will show him. But the important point is when this Bill comes to the house on the next few weeks, the mainstream media isn't gonna tell you what I just told you with the mainstream media is gonna say, oh, this is just about making sure that everybody goes through our background checks with bad people. Don't get guns. You don't you? You don't want people to get guns. And neither do I. Well, I hate to break it to you. But if it weren't listen, what those two capitol police officers did that saved your life that day what they did is honestly, one of the most courageous acts of bravery because when you have a guy that has cover, and if he was any decent rifle shooter. He's got a rifle he's got cover and they're walking out with pistols in the middle of a baseball field. That's called being a sitting duck that's called being target the element of surprise to. He had had a semi on O'Brien's. The fact that they. The fact that they walked out there. Yeah. I mean, it was an actor braver. David crystal there with handguns, but train highly trained highly skilled and incredibly brave both of them were you know, there, Sean, but for your listeners that don't owes David Billy crystal banner were shot during the shootout and going out to the shooter. They didn't cower away. They went towards the danger. They saved my life everybody else's life air over a dozen members members of congress and other volunteers at one that fall all of us. It took the shooter down. Unbelievable heroism on miracles. I gotta tell you, really. Thank god. They were there that day. And nobody really knows an I had sources at the time telling me that first day, you got something like nineteen transfusions, and it was very touch or go for a while. And there was a chance you aren't gonna make it. Yeah. Yeah. It was it was a few different points that I twenty four hours. I almost didn't make it just like I got to see the side of President Trump. And the first lady Melania came to the hospital that night. Give a lot of comfort and relief to my wife. Jennifer there at the hospital when nobody knew if I was gonna make it. Why wouldn't I donated blood for you? But they would have rejected my blood also. But I would've offered vice president Pence donated blood that the next day. It was it was wonderful to see the goodness of people Sean 'cause range gunman, but we saw the goodness of people. It was people with guns that say my life, and that's why I'm so passionate about spreading this message. You know, I was always a defender of the second. But I got to see how people with guns were able to stop a bad person with a gun, and if they wouldn't have had those guns there, we wouldn't be here today, and nobody else should lose that ability HR. We'll do it. We all need to keep speaking out against it. And if they bring it to the floor everybody who votes for is voting to do those things to send you to federal prison. You loan you're done to a friend who's being beaten by our friend. You would be a felon. You know, something if something happens, you know, who then takes on the responsibility. But congressman, thanks. I'm glad they actually help get your message out more in my opinion. And we appreciate you being with us. Unbelievable. Right. Thanks for being with you. All right. Eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number. You wanna? To be part of the program. I promise we'll get to a lot of your phone calls here as we say. Hi, Dave, and Texas, Dave, how are you? Glad you called, sir. Hello damage to Hannity. How are you? Thanks for your time and taking my call. Thank you. I sure sure enjoy listening to your show in watching on TV at night. Also, just real quick. I know quick phone call here just chronicle and in on the wall, obviously living in Texas and San Antonio area. There's a big talker. That of course, in just a few things, I always think about what that wall. It's obviously a fan and some of the things we deal with on a daily basis being in in our country is for me go to movies, we have to go through turnstile because the Spurs we have to go through turnstiles. We have show tickets at the airport get searched and so forth, and we are through our daily lives and just something that we we talk about on a daily basis, you know, at home, and at work is it this wallet the help America be safe again, and finishing the wall is a huge. Deal in my mind. And a lotta people in one thing to think about is that we're asking for five billion dollars to finish this wall. And if you ever thought about it, if you look at the new LA Rams stadium, and you look at the dollar amount that they're that they're putting into that thing that's four point nine seven four point nine billion dollars to finish the LA stadium and how much of the tax payers pay. No that money. Well, it looks like the looking at the owners aren't putting up a little bit of that taxpayers are going around the majority of it is coming from the taxpayer and ownership is putting an abortion, but obviously for football stadium. And I love my football. I love all my sports. But when it comes to my country, I love my country more and the safety of my family, and my kids, and of course, the people are gonna understate full sides of the border. It raises a good question because I'm not against public and private partnerships of some kind. There was a recent announcement Long Island city, which is in Queens, New York where Amazon was. Gonna build new headquarters is looking to build new headquarters, and they were going to get twenty five thousand probably pretty good job. So although Jeff Bezos is not known as somebody that is particularly generous with his employees, but to get this. They literally what's at stake. Here is New York City and state was going to issue three billion dollars in tax breaks and other incentives that the that gave Amazon when they agreed to give Amazon's you know, this amount of money. Now, here's the problem. I definitely want those jobs for the people of Long Island city. I want the twenty five thousand jobs, but why do they get to give one company all of these tax breaks? What about every other company and every other business, you know, there are guys in in New York all over New York? They sell food on a corner. Hot dog stands all over the place. You're going to give those guys in a quivalent of tax break, or you're just going to give it to your big corporate wealthy buddies. Because you make a big splash and look at this. We got twenty five thousand new jobs. Jobs, and and you get to take credit for it. When you use the payers money to incentivize one company, but you treat every other company in New York differently. So and the same goes with sports stadiums. I think issues like this you have a referendum pro- process in California of people decide to vote that in okay, that's up to them. But you're right this there's something wrong if when treating people differently, especially when it comes to tax dollars. Although if you make you know, if you can make a case that okay, this is going to bring in more revenue in the end. And it's better for the city and the state, and there's all sorts of other monies that are going to be used then it certainly can make the argument. But at the end of the day, nobody else is getting that Amazon deal, everyone talks about the rich getting richer. Well, that's Democrats helping the rich get richer and New York would be super rich. If you know governor Cuomo would just open up fracking in upstate New York, while Pennsylvania is literally drowning in money from natural gas that they're literally stealing from New York. I'm sure. Sure. Some of that New York gas is.

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"david crystal" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"david crystal" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Check your meters. Like they did years ago. Housing. All gasman. Yup. I remember that. I do remember that. Yeah. Screen gasman, and then check the meter and then head out. Or they'll never hear a song. Stop in the middle of the Adriatic. And then starting back up later. Yeah. We're talking about eight tracks a little bit earlier. That's the most annoying aspect. So annoying. All right, Mike. Thanks, man. Again. All right. Eight track. Yeah. Let's let's split the song up in half. That's a good idea. I told this before zeppelin to ramble on they split. They split ramble on. Right in the middle of the damn song. Right. When. In the darkest depths of mortar, I met a girl so fair, but Gullam the evil one crept up in slipped away with her or her. Yeah. And then it would fade. To the next track. So stupid. All right man texts coming in here for seven or eight. How about the sound of that a PC grabbing a floppy after its inserted? Yeah. David crystal lake says, an elevator operator person verbally announcing a floor and a large department store. Yeah. That's true. That's all gone. Eight one five area code how about the old aluminum ice tray ice cube tray. And the noise that the handle thing made when you pull when you pulled up and broke the ice. Eight four seven and they still have TV repairman who come to your house. There's a couple in gurney who repair old and new sets. Okay. Seven or eight area because his gas station driveway bell and the attendant asking regular or ethyl or any attendant. That gas station driveway bell is actually listed in this article back in the days. When all gas stations were full service, the thin black pneumatic hose, that's snaked across the pavement. Was this familiar as the fuel pumps when vehicles drove over the hose, a loud, bell, ding, ding inside the station, alerting the attendant that they had customer. Seven or eight area code says polaroid cameras and shoemakers to repair your shoes. I enjoy your show every night. Thank you very much. I appreciate that. Dan. There was a cobbler in Andersonville. Right on Val, bowel, moral and Clark. Was there for years? And I I think he might still be there. I know there's one near at divided central. There's just a tiny little shop street. Yeah. There was a when I was still living in Andersonville. There was that cobbler was still there on bell moral. There was there was a vacuum cleaner repair shop right on Clark. There's one in Lawrence. Yeah. Those all those are old school, man. That's old school stuff. Right there. John on WGN. Hi, john. Nick. Watering, a two tester. To bring their in. But what used to get really was a lot of times feeling the tubes on the machine. The company that was supposed to replace the tubes. Retesting there to somebody looking for place one. They wouldn't do not. Oh my God. That's it. That's it. So the guy the guy servicing, the guy servicing the machine just didn't replenish. That's right. Two other things. Talking about the NBC Q talk logo logo. Well that was. The talk global. It was Kabul Laremy talk. And it didn't it didn't have quite as many colors on it. I've seen it. Nemec? I mean, there's there's like the primary colors with the ones from the sixties was much more colorful. Yeah. You know, there was big. Of tolerance before before it really restricts full. Yeah. But the one the one wants in the fifties was called the Larry peacock, and it was replaced in nineteen. Sixty two. Yeah. We were talking about we were talking about. They're so color. We were talking about logos. And a couple of weeks ago and the NBC logo we talked about how I accounting the NBC logo is and how it has altered and changed over the years. And that's for sure there's no question about it. All right. Thank you. John. Thank you for the call three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is a phone number for talking tax one more sound before we before we break here for news. And that is the TV stations sign off. Before infomercials were invented television stations usually went off the air for a few hours each night and announcer. Intoned? We now conclude our broadcast at around two AM or so the format varied little from station to station across the country. After a few technical details were announced such as broadcast frequency physical address of the station. And then reading of the high flight followed by the national anthem and then the steady beep tone of the test pattern. Yeah. That was talking about this. When I went back to to help out my one of my favorite teacher. She was teaching a summer class of film. And and and she wanted me to come down and talk to the kids and help out and she screamed poltergeist for the kids, and this was like in two thousand. Two thousand twelve or something like that two thousand eleven two thousand twelve something along those lines and the so the opening I don't know if people remember how poltergeist opens, but poltergeist opens on the close up of the TV and with that that announcement of ending of the broadcast day, and then the national anthem, and then the TV goes. And the kids in the classroom. We were watching this. We're like what the hell what what's that? We had to explain to these kids. The teacher and myself had explained to these kids that in fact, there was a time when the TV stations stopped broadcasting it would play the national anthem, and then they would go off, and there will be no no nothing on the TV. And they were just the kids were flabbergasted. They couldn't believe it. They were like what there was a time when there was no available TV stations. So we had to explain that to him at the beginning of poltergeist. All right. All right. Let's take a break. Here. We got the news coming up. And then I've got a few more sounds in. And I got the story about this online museum that has a lot to do with what we're talking about. We'll get into that three one two nine eight hundred seven two hundred is the phone number news is up after this..

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"david crystal" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"david crystal" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"To mind is okay. It must be David crystal. Whoever was pretending to be David Christie, also pretending to be Terry wrist ailing you, but then for them to no way, you've just bane. Yes. That kind of blows that theory out of the water. Yeah. And it was scary. I mean, that's when at up to this point, we you know, again, it was route whole it was it was weird. It was high strangeness, but it wasn't creepy. It wasn't someone knowing where we had been. So at that point. You know, I think we kind of started looking at each other like what is going on right now. Right defies Russian -ality. But because this is so bizarre. That's on. How it if? It's someone pulling your leg. It means that it's someone close to you. Because that's the could gain that information. But did you consider the possibility that maybe, you know, someone who knows you work in knows you to a fascinated by the paranormal may have gotten into your phones or you'll computers yet what you posting social media when you were out Brown mountain a home. So we we took a lot of photographs we so that that right there what you just adjusted is so much more intriguing after you see some of the later episodes, whoever it was that was sending these emails as people will see knows their way around technology. Yeah. Yeah. And and there's a very good possibility that it somebody who has who has a particular set of skills that that would allow them to do something quite like that. Luckily, Nason came on. Okay. Yeah. I mean this. Everything you said to me, and even before the interview just has me in on the edge of my sate for this this Friday's release because it certainly seems like this. This is something that comes up light. It has that John keel feel to it just think with is that tricks to element. There's a sense of wild goose chase. There's a sense of being toyed with. But who's behind it is the real mystery? But Ben even in the documentary. You know, you guys mentioned the idea of the it was the international Bank is that he'll call them. That's what he was getting let but the thing about that is that he was receiving these letters that had these tasing little tidbits inside it, but he was being worn to stop as opposed to you guys being told to keep going, but on top of that as well. Some of those letters that kill receiving with coming through the post, but they didn't have any post on them. Exactly somehow that was circumventing the postal system. Yeah. It's it's almost like what was happening with all the Terry risk. Stuff was a modern day version of that it was just happening through the internet, and in that was something that I hadn't even considered until mica mentioned it because when I when I shared them with him because I was trying to get him to be like, oh, yeah. I'm just having fun. Like, no, this looks a lot like the emails are or the letters that keel would receive back in the day. And then showed me examples in that got even more intriguing, and then, of course, Terry's stopped responding and that lead went dead. It wasn't until two thousand fifteen. In a weird again. It's funny. How the stuff happens we got jobs. We probably should have had we were hired onto this brand new internet start up, and that's was the travel company. Right. Yeah. Road triggers, and they they hired us because they really liked what we were doing with with weaken weird and they needed people to run their weird travel vertical. They were starting. So we started this content team. They flew us down from Canada. We stop going through immigration Dana went through Merican immigration instead. And we moved to Cincinnati. So Cincinnati was only four hours away from Hellier. Yeah. Cincinnati's like right on the border of Kentucky. So I mean, even just that in and of itself, a strange coincidence windows back. Oh, very weird. So we one day we got after we got a set of wheels. We said, let's go check this place out. You know, it's benefit years. It's been like three years the trails probably cold, but we can at least go and see if any of this seemed real so we drove out to Hellier..

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"david crystal" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"david crystal" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"A subtle. Yours was not so subtle. And I liked yours better. I like that. Hey, look John wooden UCLA till Sam Gilbert came on and Google you you young people. There you go Google. So to start off the podcast. I guess we're gonna talk about some under the radar teams at first coach. And when you think of underrated teams, we're not talking to bluest of blood. We're talking to you. I would call them emerging teams teams that are merging right now that all of a sudden they might be tradition. Rich programs teams won national championships. I'm gonna give you an emerging keep potentially. Bon jalen's, Mississippi State BULLDOGS Ringnes cow bell, and one of the reason I say that is because Mississippi State Benjamin three years fourth year. If you look at his history the fourth year, he's always been a big turnaround year. He's got terrific back court with a pair of Witherspoon Quinn. Gary Nick, Weatherspoon Amar Peters got debt of front air Coleman. Really counted can step out shoot the ball can block shots. They're going to be really good defensively. I think this this'll be stay teams chance to be really good. I'm gonna give me one that has a rich tradition. My school Indiana Indian did make term last year Indiana, start out by losing PF w ended the season by losing it. Rutgers. But I think that Indiana who is now I saw a couple of things like third, you know, like twenty eight things like that getting votes. I'm gonna tell you right now team's going to be in the top ten at some point this year between Romeo Lang for the freshmen and Jon Morgan who I think is terrific. You're going to have most nights two of the best three players on your team. If your Indiana and two point guards in the big ten to watch out for I think that devante greens going to be terrific for Indiana. He's Danny Green's younger brother kid the plate for San Antonio for those your Seth he can shoot it. He can score the other point guard and this isn't an emerging team. But watch out I think Michigan state's gonna be damned good. I'm not talking about them as an emerging team. I've talking about caches Winston or Nick ward being a player of the year type in the big ten, but I like. Indiana, not getting much pub. I just did my deal on the radio show. And I haven't twenty five and six on the year fifteen and five in the big ten. I won't be surprised if they do that or even do better than that. I think they're they're an emerging team in in in, Sean. Yeah. Not Shawn Miller. Archie Miller second year. I'll give you one. That's a good one Washington. Mike hopkins. Terrific job blaster installed at two three zone and his personnel fit the two three zone, absolutely perfectly. Now, they've got some early tests. They got a game against Auburn which will be terrific basketball game. They've scheduled up, but this is a team extremely long athletic experience. He inherited the perfect roster to play the tooth result. David crystal point guards, a nice player. Dickerson can flat out score it and thankful. Kate is ridiculous in the zone. Mike Hopkins taking that two three zone. On with the F lettuces recruiting to it inherited. Good players the noble caved can really really score. Washington's a team that you when you think about opposite Pacific northwest. You think about exotica, but this is a Washington team right now that could be as good as as any maybe even when Pac twelve championship. I'm on all some until you couple other teams. All right. I'm gonna throw you Marshall now Marcel that card. Yes, that's why they're back court is fantastic chance talk to John Elmore. More this summer at the one of the TBT's. And you know, he has twenty seven against Wichita state. You got C J Burks. There you talking about forty three points night. Seth I don't know if they're emerging. But here's the deal, and you know, this we both coast mid majors. It is so hard in those type of leagues right now to repeat, but I'll take Marshall and I'll take that back court and you can play against dang there. Anybody when you have that kind of beco- it's gonna be fun to watch. I don't I would say they are very well known in their conference, obviously..

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"david crystal" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"david crystal" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"This is CBS news on the hour. Sponsored by ZipRecruiter flooding is expected to be a major problem for days in the Carolinas. Just walking around as a chore in most parts of the region, we cruise now ready to bring supplies to Wilmington cut off by eighteen wheelers high level trucks that they're going to drive in today. We don't know what time it's going to happen. But enough food for sixty thousand people is on the way CBS David crystal in Fayetteville North Carolina having fled her flood-threatened, Tom with her family Christie lanes says the hardest part is the uncertainty. It was so hard to like walk out the door and say, it's okay. If if something happens a house because I have the important things with us. Heavy rain continues to fall across parts of the Carolinas and Virginia thousands of homes are threatened by flooding here with the Cape. Fear river expected to crush the thirty feet above flood stage. I'm Cami McCormick at the Pentagon. The army says it's sending in three thousand high water vehicles from Georgia, New York and Kentucky they'll assist in the ground. Search and rescue more helicopters and boats are also arriving as well as cots in water purification system. What is the head? There's still a couple of days where the rivers will rise the flooding will get worse in many towns in central North Carolina CBS meteorologist, David Parkinson. The Senate Judiciary committee had scheduled a vote on the bread cavenaugh supreme court nomination for Thursday. But it is uncertain whether that will happen now that a woman is accused him of sexual misconduct. When the two were in highschool CBS's. Steven Portnoy now, a psychology professor Christine blazey Ford says the alleged incident nearly nineteen eighties traumatized her for years. Her lawyer, Deborah Katz says Ford is ready to share her recounting with the Senate Judiciary committee. She is willing to hopefully, tell her story in a manner that is a fair proceeding. Top White House aide Kellyanne Conway says Ford should testify under oath and judge Cavanaugh to cavenaugh denies the allegations. President Trump's expected to announce new tariffs on two hundred billion dollars in Chinese goods. The announcement could come as early as today. Buffalo Bills defensive back. Monty Davis called it a career during.

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"david crystal" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"david crystal" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"To look through phone records the power to even check what books you checked out of the library these are awesome powers that must be used responsibly because those powers affect reputations and freedom he's awesome powers are given a correspondingly high expectation that these powers will be used fairly lawfully professionally in a manner worthy of our respect about two weeks ago fbi agent peter struck was interviewed for more than ten hours we learned that agent struck has a most unusual and largely self serving definition of bias agent strock despite the plain language of text and emails despite the inspector general's report and despite common sense doesn't think he was biased he thinks calling someone destabilizing for the country isn't bias he thinks promising to protect the country from someone he hasn't even begun to investigate isn't bias he thinks promising to stop someone he is supposed to be fairly investigating from ever becoming president isn't bias he thinks talking about an insurance policy to keep someone from becoming president isn't bias that was house oversight committee chair trae county he was followed by ranking member elijah cummings of maryland when chairman goodlad and chairman goudy launched their joint investigation into hillary clinton's emails they promise not to interfere with the ongoing criminal investigation being conducted by special counsel mother david crystal clear let me read some of their statements on december two six german gowdy said and i quote i specifically communicated to special counsel robert muller i would not wittingly or unwittingly.

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"david crystal" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"david crystal" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Russians influence the election so if there is no influence of the election then how can they be crime and they certainly no indication that trump had anything to do with any of the russians i mean the the trump dossier as this creditors that thing is of you folks ran that i know yemen iredit noted says it says that they were trying to get trump takes the bait on getting a sweetheart deal on some high rise in moscow and he wouldn't take it and i'm going this is your evidence of collusion your offering him the russians were offering a sweetheart deal and he wouldn't take it but he supposedly the russian manchurian candidate oh he was putin's pick he's the they been working this guy for five years or more who in the heck a year oh in the heck five minutes before trump announced thought he'd ever be bred who thought five minutes before the election he was going to be president so you telling me the russians were that savvy they knew five years before washed before a trump announced he was running for president who's going to be president trump didn't even know and certainly moshood the person who really knows hillary but i mean nobody had any idea that trump would be president good grave folks putin's now meth smart david crystal bowl worth it oh well let's puree okay one eight hundred six one eight phil we'll be back with you in two while you sleep the senate will vote on tax reform we'll tell you what they did friday morning on national mourning new super talk ninety nine seven w warning if you're drowning in debt you can't afford do not look the.

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"david crystal" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"david crystal" Discussed on WGTK

"Crystalline david were assigned to my security detail that morning and day in and day out there they're part of our family jennifer i truly do treat them as part of our family kosir with us everywhere we go and on that day was no different on june 14th they came six thirty in the morning we arrive at the baseball field just to play in practice for a game of charity baseball and nobody would a suspected what ensued and yet as soon as those shots were fired i'll tell you when i was laying on the ground one of the things up pray for his at david crystal would be successful in carrying out their duties and both david a crystal incredibly well train incredibly for professional but when i was laying they're not long after the first couple of shots were fired i could hear a different calibre weapon in that told me that they had immediately engage the shooter and let me tell you if dated knack so quickly in even after being shot both stem cells continued to engage the shooter and ultimately got him down which not only saved my life but saved the life of a lot of other people that are here in this chamber today crystal couldn't be with us today but david bailey is with us david you're my hero you saved my life thank you so much while wow wow wow i i mean the theme of shoes return and his speech has to make those who think that you know our nation's police officers are a bunch of a big gift just cringe think of this his theme god police the caliber of weapon i mean steve skull least after this attempted political assassination and that's what this watch this was an attempted political assassination of a bunch of republican congressmen and he lay on the ground shook verily wounded that these bullets did a lot of damage shattered his hip his pelvis i mean he.

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"david crystal" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"david crystal" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And that of course got the most applies they were seated in the gallery they received a standing ovation from the members as well they should because they really stepped up they did their job at nato cagayan which which was absolutely not only his life for the life of all of those congressmen learned today and avoided i think what ran paul called a potential massacre yeah yeah and and does steve scalise us the talked about another thought that he had while he was laying out on that field i'll tell you what i was laying on the ground one of the things afraid for his at david crystal would be successful in carrying out their duties and both david at crystal incredibly well train incredibly for professional but when i was laying they're not long after the first couple of shots were fired i could hear a different calibre weapon and that told me that they had immediately engage the shooter let me tell you if dated knack so quickly and even after being shot both themselves continue to engage the shooter and ultimately got him down which not only saved my life but saved the life of a lot of other people that are here in this chamber today that's exactly what you're saying saved the life of not just steve scalise but there's other congressmen who were there are so i thank you on credible the kudos to ski steve scalise because i i mean he just gives such a moving speech it was just absolutely incredible so thank god he's back and welcome back steve welcome back i had to have you it is now 544 and wmal bell for today's military news brought to you by geico military at a news conference in kabul wednesday defense secretary james mattis told afghan president ashraf ghani that the us will stand by his country through thick and thin it was the secretary's first visit to the afghan capital since president trump announced the new south asia strategy august 21st learn more at wmal dan com slash today thanks for funnel cakes ferris wheels and threeday weekends for inventing the baseball cap the home run in the first high five for everything american gaiko would like to say thanks to the.

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"david crystal" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:46 min | 4 years ago

"david crystal" Discussed on WGTK

"Crystal david were signed to my security detail that morning and day in and day out there they're part of our family jennifer i truly do treat them as part of our family 'cause there with us everywhere we go and on that day was no different on june 14th they came six thirty in the morning we arrived at the base while feel just to play in practice for a game of charity baseball and nobody would've suspected what ensued and yet as soon as those shots were fired i'll tell you when i was laying on the ground one of the things that prayed for his at david crystal would be successful and carrying out their duties and both david a crystal incredibly well train incredibly for professional but when i was laying they're not long after the first couple of shots were fired i could hear a different calibre weapon and that told me that they had immediately engage the shooter and let me tell you if dated knack so quickly in even after being shot a whole stem cells continued to engage the shooter and ultimately got him down which not only saved my life but saved the life of a lot of other people that are here in this chamber today chris couldn't be with us today but david bailey is with us david you're my hero you saved my life thank you so much wow wow wow i i mean the theme of sheesh releases return and his speech has to make those who think that you know our nation's police officers are a bunch of a big it's just cringe think of this his theme god police the caliber of weapon i mean steve scalise after this attempted political assassination and that's what this watch this was an attempt to political assassination of a bunch of republican congressmen and he lay on the ground verily wounded that these these bullets do a lot of damage shattered his hips his pelvis i mean he he he's gonna ha i mean this three months later he's finally able to come back to work to hero police officers doing what hero police officers due in this country day in and day out and that's protect and serve in know these lunch secret service agents these are private bodyguards these are two police officers us capitol police and so all this nonsense about taking a new y'all taking a knee rather and.

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"david crystal" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"david crystal" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"A little politics through four around after the first installment is us these lease was back at his job today you remember him three months ago he was shot playing softball in washington and today he was back paul ryan and reduced and share wishes to mark three return to the chamber of our dear friend and colleague from louisiana mr steve scalise i talked about the day he was shot at the baseball field crystalline david were assigned to my security detail that morning and day in and day out there they're part of our family jennifer i truly do treat them as part of our family 'cause you're with us everywhere we go and on that day was it's no different on june 14th they came six thirty in the morning we arrived at the baseball field just to play in practice for a game of charity baseball and nobody would a suspected what ensued and yet as soon as those shots were fired i'll tell you when i was laying on the ground one of the things afraid for is that david crystal would be successful and carrying out their duties and both david a crystal incredibly well train incredibly for professional but when i was laying they're not long after the first couple of shots were fired i could hear a different calibre weapon and that told me that they had immediately engage the shooter and let me tell you if dated knack so quickly in even after being shot both themselves continue to engage the shooter and.

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"david crystal" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"david crystal" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Kaepernick go ahead in the call i just want to help people think no tell us a national syndicated radio host and author of know he can and yet as soon as those shots were fired i'll tell you what i was laying on the ground one of the things i pray for his at david crystal would be successful in carrying out their duties and both david at crystal incredibly well train incredibly full professional but when i was laying they're not long after the first couple of shots were fired i could hear a different calibre weapon that was part of the really spellbinding return of steve scalise the man who was shot on the practice softball field in the united states congress as he returned to his work today and i gave his first speech from the kong a congressional floor and someone who was there in attendance i think pretty happy to see his friend backup on his feet is a congressman dan donovan who represents the people of staten island in the united states congress congressman good to have you back thanks for being here given tanks it could be with you again what didn't take us inside the well today what was it like being there and hearing steve recount that i mean i remember that moment from this morning speech we talked about the difference in the calibre fired but this was a very kind of shocking moment when it occurred and today had to feel pretty good kevin there wasn't a dry eye in the house speaker got everyone quiet you can imagine how difficult it is get plunging thirty five people to be quiet.

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"david crystal" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

03:01 min | 4 years ago

"david crystal" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Yeah so i have definitely a living example that miracles really do happen the first place i wanna go to to thank true angels along the way starts with the united states capitol police when i was elected majority whip as you know the elected leadership has a security detail in if anybody ever wondered why we're signed security detail i surely found out that day and let me tell you i wanna specifically mentioned crystal brighter david bailey crystalline david worse on too much security detail the morning and day in and day out there they're part of our family jennifer i truly do treat them as part of our family 'cause of with us everywhere we go and on that day was no different on june 14th they came six thirty in the morning we arrived at the baseball field just to play in practice for a game of charity baseball and nobody would a suspected what ensued and yet as soon as those shots were fired i'll tell you what i was laying on the ground one of the things have paid for is that david crystal would be successful in carrying out their duties and both david at crystal incredibly well train incredibly for professional but when i was laying they're not long after the first couple of shots were fired i could hear a different calibre weapon in that told me that they had immediately engage the shooter and let me tell you if dated max so quickly in even after being shot both themselves continued to engage the shooter in ultimately got him down which not only saved my life but saved the life of a lot of other people out of here in this chamber today crystal couldn't be with us today but david bailey is with us david you're my hero you saved my life thank you so much.

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"david crystal" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"david crystal" Discussed on WLOB

"Learn more again our top fox story going on now in congress steve skull lease getting a standing ovation as he addresses lawmakers signed two my security detail that morning and day in and day out there they're part of our family jennifer i truly do treat them as part of our family 'cause you're with us everywhere we go and on that there was no different on june 14th they came six thirty in the morning we arrived at the baseball field just to play in practice for a game of charity baseball and nobody would suspected what ensued and yet as soon as those shots were fired i'll tell you what i was laying on the ground one of the things afraid for his that david crystal would be successful in carrying out their duties and both david a crystal incredibly well train incredibly for professional but when i was laying they're not long after the first couple of shots were fired i could hear a different calibre weapon and that told me that they had immediately engage the shooter and let me tell you dated knack so quickly in even after being shot both themselves continue to engage the shooter and ultimately got him down which not only saved my life but saved the life of a lot of other people that are here in this chamber today chris couldn't be with us today but david bailey is with us david you're my hero you saved my life never thank you so much congressman steve scalise addressing lawmakers by one hundred six days and said incident he walked in with crutches to the standing ovation of his colleagues as he continues for the first time to address them this morning on capitol hill and that is something that lawmakers the house speaker said the prayers have an answer i'm dave anthony fox news radio your wlob fm and am headlined.

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