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"david london" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:01 min | 7 months ago

"david london" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tuesday. Showers and thunderstorms Possible high both days around 75 right now. Lots of clouds 71 degrees in Randolph and Beverly 70 in Boston. It's 11 35 a new warning for Russia. The White House says it happened during a call between President Biden and Vladimir Putin. Amid growing concern about cyberattacks, Let's find out more from ABC's Mary Alice Parks. The Kremlin said yesterday that it would help it has not been given information from the U. S. But a senior U. S official told us that that just wasn't true that they have been giving the Kremlin details and so far we've seen the U. S respond with sanctions. But yesterday, the president said that we can't expect more. The administration at this point is making it seem like a response is likely and that that could come pretty soon in the next few days and weeks. Again, There was a BCS Mary Alice Parks reporting Pretty poignant discovery is made at the site of a proposed park near Plymouth Rock. Archaeologists combing the site where a tribute to the pilgrims and their native predecessors is scheduled to be built have found. It's not the first time the site has been used as a memorial researchers found a bunch of personal items thought to have been buried there in the late 18 hundreds. David London is with the U Mass Boston Fiske Center for Archaeological Research. He believes the eyeglasses, pocket watch and other objects most likely were placed there by a broken hearted settler who had outlived all three of her Children. Work on Remembrance Park is set to begin late next year or early 2023. Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman has been reunited with her dog. Milo, The blue eyed puppy ran off. Last Saturday evening after getting spooked by fireworks in a seaport District of Boston, Aly Raisman turned to Twitter for the public's help. And last night she tweeted pictures of the reunion and think Carla and Gail, the heroes who found Milo. She also tells WBZ TV that she is very, very grateful for all the support and love she's received. From people in Boston. A local woman's service dog is paying for his own life saving medical treatment. One masterpiece at a time when the seizures coming on destiny, Lamont gets advanced warning from her body. Salem will then put his paws under her head to keep her from hurting herself. He also helps wheelchair bound destiny around the house. So it was a dark day when Salem was diagnosed with a life threatening kidney condition that would take thousands of dollars to treat. He's not only my best friend, but he's literally saved my life so many times. So it was devastating Justice. Destiny was going through fundraising ideas. Inspiration hit care of a tiktok video showing a dog creating paintings with help of a canvas plastic bag and peanut butter and a little light bulb went above my head. And now we've got selling the artist and a good one to people around the country or custom ordering paintings for $35, a pop. Destiny has already raised more than $7500 towards returning the favor and saving her best friend's life. That will be all WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio 11 38 time now.

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"david london" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"david london" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Let's take five with Morgan. This is five minutes in 2015, and I was able to speak with Dr David Linden, a professor of neuroscience at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. An author of Touch the Science of Hand Heart in Mind. I asked him what happens when your skin is touched. We think of touch as a single sense, but actually, there are many, many different sensors in our skin acting and parallel. There are nerve endings that transducer heat and cold and it's champagne and pressure and vibration and all those different, which is the sensors, sensors everywhere. Sensors everywhere. When you think of it, it's it's a very large array of sensors. If we took your skin off, it would be the weight of a bowling ball. It would be the size of nine large pizza boxes. So it's the biggest sensory array we have in body and it has all these different sensors. But these sensors are combined in a stream of information. That goes to the brain. And so we don't experience all these different touch modalities as as separate signals. They're they're blended together in our consciousness. You say there's emotional touch and sensory touch. Yes, that's true for every kind of touch whether it isa caressed. Or feeling in your pocket for a quarter or pain or sexual touch. There are separate pathways and separate brain regions for the emotional aspect of what we call the discriminative. Aspect. So let me give you an example. If I were Tio hit you on the thumb with a hammer The facts of that which you get your brain very quickly to an area called the somatic sensory cortex would all be about where on your body where you hit? What's the quality of the pain, stabbing, burning, etcetera. And how intense is it? And then there would be another. Aspect to it, which is this is highly emotionally negative. This and we think of pain is being intrinsically emotionally negative. But this is just a trick our brain plays on. So if you have damage to the emotional touch centre of your brain, and I hit you on the thumb with a hammer Instead of going. Yeah. Ow! That hurts. That's terrible. The way a normal person would. You would say in a very flat voice. Yes, that hurts a lot. It's not like being a massacre. Strike massacre ists. Have a big emotional response to pain. It just happens to be positive. So hit me again. Exactly paying a symbolic switch. People have this damaged have no emotional response to pain. And we only have to look to our Everyday language to see this reinforced, so we might say I was touched by the gesture. You hurt my feelings and the idea of touched meaning emotionally affected or my feelings to mean my tender emotions you might think. Well, that's just Not something deeply biological. That's just a trick of modern day English, but it isn't It's actually broadly called cross cultural. If you look in different languages, so let's get to it. It's in scrapped. So which there's been a big debate about it right. Some people have said it is a special, unique sensation that must have its very own kind of nerve ending in the skim, because it's very unique and always provoked scratching pain doesn't provoke scratching itch. Does and other people said no. Which is just a touch of blend. In other words, it's a little bit of pain on a little bit of light touch and you combine those together, and it feels like it. But there's not a dedicated sensor fritch and this argument raged and raged. And now we know that There's atleast one molecularly distinct. Ah, unique sensor for ich that it's not merely a blend and the exciting thing about that is that means that we will now be able to develop anti itch medicines that are way better than what we have right now. As you know if you go get poison oak or poison ivy, and you try to get one of those creams to relieve the itch, even a prescription cream. It's not very effective. This tech nation interview discusses Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Professor David London's 2015 book, Touch the Science of Hand, part in mind..

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"david london" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

11:01 min | 1 year ago

"david london" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Little alarm here they close at five o'clock every day to remind me of something we've got David Lennon on the line from Newsday for those listening on the network not familiar Newsday is a Long Island newspaper been in business for a long long time corn Heiser work there Peter king David London has been there for a long long time is a great great baseball writer and David joins us on the CBS sports radio network now David how you doing great Richard thank you for that intro you put me some illustrious company that well you you wrote a column today in a friend of mine who lives on the island hipped me to it and you know I was reading it and it's great and it's about somebody that I I think probably ninety percent of the listening audience has never heard of now in New York probably they have but a fellow by the name of Jay Horwitz and J. Horowitz for years was the PR director of the New York Mets and Jay is is such a lovable guy you relate how the nineteen eighty six world champion Mets a PR guys you know I don't know what they were making back then but it wasn't a lot of money but they voted him a full World Series share which was something like what ninety three thousand dollars which at the time was a lot of money much more than he was making a salary right yeah I want to put in perspective Richard I need I think Davey Johnson's first managing contract with the mask was probably less than a hundred thousand so that gives you an idea yeah that was a pretty significant boost so when you get out of you know for a PR guy to get a full playoff share voted by the players I mean that's pretty remarkable I mean sometimes if they're very lucky now maybe get some sort of percentage share but even that's rare so the fact that those players you know a legendary group and that's a legendary group in New York athletes you know voted J. a full she heard full share that year was I think that gave me an idea of what I would J. brought to the table for them yeah well I've I've got a one of a bunch of J. horror stories of one of them was your members said Fernandez of left the you know from Hawaii and this was nineteen eighty seven I was down at Mets camp with my buddy Rick Cerone and we were doing interviews and we were in the Mets hotel and J. said look guys you know really love the way you guys do interviews and said is very shy and said you know just is not real good at interviews but I've been coaching them up and see it really wants to come on your show and he's going to be really good I promise you he's gotten so much better can you put sit on so we chase after an intro like that why why not so he said and ask him about and I think I am I may have this wrong but he eats pancakes before his starts really yeah he he he makes these pancakes in a really good and it's like you we know Wade Boggs with chicken he eats pancakes before every start homemade pancakes city makes ask him about that he'll he'll love that so we go okay so we start the interview and said is kind and not into it stumbling a little bit so finally he said okay well this perimeter he's they said tell us about those pancakes you make that before every start I don't make pancakes said you know we we have it on on a group from a good source that before every start you have these very special pancakes in the US I don't know who told you that I don't do that and Rick are both likely Kate you are well I was gonna say if it was anybody but J. I would say he set me up but you know I at the end of the interview we said Hey what are you talking about he said I don't know why he did that he told me that story yesterday and I said yeah we'll get it on the air and you know he just denied it said it never never happened so no no was JV in a straight man and he really did set us up than you think no no I mean I I think I there were times the J. like you did like to have price but that was more on April fools day was one of the things about J. C. Penney always kinda did even from his days back as the S. A. deeper fairly Dickinson college he would always look for the the off the beaten path type of angle you know to talk to somebody about whether was a player or a manager or coach so the fact he did come up to the pancake thing actually doesn't surprise me I just I couldn't tell if you if you did that was a situation where he was playing a joke on you well that was real and it was probably real knowing J. he probably was trying to come up with an angle to give you guys and for whatever reason said she didn't feel like playing a lot of yeah well well after that I mean sit this one of those things where you know if you do a live interview and you probably done this where you know you're talking to somebody and at the end of the interview on the radio you say okay we're going to send it back to New York and back to the studio and we'll be back with Bob Loblaw said the second we say thanks said rips the headphones off and walks off thank you oh my god you know what do we do to offend him and maybe it was we we he didn't want the pancake story to be out there and we put it out there but the next day we're interviewing somebody else and we were sitting at this sectional in the hotel lobby and there was this big glass table at the sectional where we set up our tape recorders and things like that so J. walks in and I forget the the met that he had with him and the first thing J. does as he sits on the glass table and it shatters into a million pieces J. as why another ground going through it there's there's glass all over the place in the hotel manager comes out when you're doing your particular table yeah but just to look at Jay's face when the table collapsed under him was priceless and there's a lot of those type of stories to for sure so don't you give it says in the book and I haven't seen the book at but that he wished on the Keith Hernandez picking him up after he was traded to the Mets what happened there yeah yeah you wanted to you know make an impression and he he showed up in a white limousine to pick up Keith Hernandez at the airport after the trade from Saint Louis in Montreal and istom couldn't find them I think he's just wanna take a cab to us to get to the stadium to play that day so did you want to do that because you know he wasn't happy about the trade you know being sent to the mess the time and he also said that he hated playing in Montreal so he was going to be in a terrible mood when he showed up anyway J. thought he could maybe soften the blow a little bit by making a big impression on him and then it just west on I'm trying to find him at the airport so that is a bunch of it whether it's you know spilling a glass of orange juice on Frank cash in on this you know it could be for the next job there's a lot of a lot of mishaps along the way and yet J. still survived forty forty plus years and and with the mat so that that's a pretty big accomplishment yeah yeah it sure is enough you know it's interesting during this whole virus thing a lot of reporters are writing stories about the past and about yester year and the that nineteen eighty six Mets team at the time the the fans of me we didn't know I was basically a fan back then in eighty six I didn't know much about the team you know in terms of the internally other than they played hard never met the rain night fight at third base and you know there are tough competitors in as as we're finding out now more and more they weren't such great guys in a lot of ways yeah there was a story that one of your colleagues Joel Sherman wrote about how they treated Gregg Jefferies when he first came to the team this couple years later and that that was a real real disgrace the way they they acted in the way he acted back that yeah I did as I saw the story the chill road unit excellent an excellent job on that and yeah I I just I think with that eighty six crowd and I mean they were just real hard core old school you know crusty baseball types you know hard living hard drinking and hard smoke and whatever else you want to head to bed you know that that's kind of the way they live and they kinda wore those emotions on their sleeves and they talk to the media and if they had things to error out against teammates or anybody else they said it you know they they just kind of let it fly in you know because that that was before my time in in the business covering stuff here I was still in college and but you know in those guys even now you know I I know that now they've mellowed you know a little bit in their older ages now as broadcasters and whatever whatever else they've got on too but you know I I kind of miss that part Richard Wright you know that was what sports was you know the guys didn't hear the you know the social media backlash or or that type of stuff they just kind of said it sort of did what they wanted in box guys on the field and had opinions about stocks and looking back now you know they certainly weren't the most PC bunch and you know if you look at stories and how they treated Gregg Jefferies and that that wasn't you know that was much different than what you would see in this day and age to sell yeah they would they would just a throwback crew in it and I think that just kinda add adds to their alleged yeah they were they were angels they weren't perfect by any stretch but man that they face the message you know their place and in New York sports history for more than ten just winning that championship I mean they they from what they accomplished on and off the field during that time I mean this in my mind you know that that really kind of fits fits the mold of what you would call it a legendary team yeah and and back then and and this goes before your time as well but I started doing sports I guess in about nineteen seventy and I was on a little station on Long Island and they were so accessible van because I would have you know we had a six o'clock sportscaster newscast with the sports thing I had a minute I have to do sports I would call Shea Stadium and ask for Gil Hodges and they would put me through and they would put me through to Gil Hodges office and Hodges would take five minutes with me on the phone ten minutes with me on the phone just taping an interview I mean I could dial the stadium and ask for the manager and put they put me through right away now imagine that today I thank our affected I mean it yeah it wasn't you.

David Lennon Newsday Peter king David London Long Island
"david london" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

11:46 min | 1 year ago

"david london" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Little alarm here they close at five o'clock every day to remind me of something we've got David Lennon on the line from Newsday for those listening on the network not familiar Newsday is a Long Island newspaper been in business for a long long time corn Heiser work there Peter king David London has been there for a long long time is a great great baseball writer and David joins us on the CBS sports radio network now David how you doing great Richard thank you for that intro you put beats in the last three is company that well you you wrote a column today in a friend of mine who lives on the island hipped me to it and you know I was reading it and it's great and it's about somebody that I I think probably ninety percent of the listening audience has never heard of now in New York probably they have but a fellow by the name of Jay Horwitz in J. Horowitz for years was the PR director of the New York Mets and Jay is is such a lovable guy you relate how the nineteen eighty six world champion Mets a PR guys you know I don't know what they were making back then but it wasn't a lot of money but they voted him a full World Series share which was something like what ninety three thousand dollars which at the time was a lot of money much more than he was making a salary right yeah I want to put in perspective Richard I need I think Davey Johnson's first managing contract with the mess was probably less than a hundred thousand so that gives you an idea yeah that was a pretty significant boost so when you get out of you know for a PR guy to get a full playoff share voted by the players I mean that's pretty remarkable I mean sometimes if they're very lucky now maybe get some sort of percentage share but even that's rare so the fact that those players you know a legendary group and that's a legendary group in New York athletes you know voted J. a full sheer full share that year was I think that gave you an idea of what I what she brought to the table for them yeah well I've I've got a one of a bunch of J. horror stories of one of them was remember sid Fernandez of left the you know from Hawaii and this was nineteen eighty seven I was down at Mets camp with my buddy Rick Cerone and we were doing interviews and we were in the Mets hotel and J. said look guys you know really love the way you guys do interviews and said is very shy and said you know just is not real good at interviews but I've been coaching them up and see it really wants to come on your show and he's going to be really good I promise you he's gotten so much better can you put sit on so we chase after an intro like that why why not so he said and ask him about and I think I am I may have this wrong but he eats pancakes before he starts really yeah he he he makes these pancakes in a really good and it's like you we know Wade Boggs with chicken he eats pancakes before every start homemade pancakes city makes ask him about that he'll he'll love that so we go okay so we start the interview and said is kinda not into it stumbling a little bit so finally he said okay well this perimeter he's they said tell us about those pancakes you make that before every start I don't make pancakes said you know we we have it on on a group from a good source that before every start you had these very special pancakes in the US I don't know who told you that I don't do that and Rick are both likely gave you up well I was gonna say if it was anybody but J. I would say he set me up but you know I at the end of the interview we said Hey what are you talking about he said I don't know why he did that he told me that story yesterday and I said yeah well we'll get it on the air and you know he just denied it said it never never happened so no no was J. being a straight man and he really did set us up than you think no no I mean I I think I there were times the J. like you did like to have cranks but that was more on April fools day was one of the things about J. C. Penney always kinda did even from his days back as the S. A. deeper fairly Dickinson college he would always look for the the off the beaten path type of angle you know to talk to somebody about whether was a player or a manager or coach so the fact is they come up to the pancake thing actually doesn't surprise me and I just I couldn't tell if you if you did that was a situation where he was playing a joke on you but I was real and it was probably real is knowing J. he probably was trying to come up with an angle to give you guys and pro whatever reason said he didn't feel like playing a lot of yeah well well after that I mean sit this one of those things where you know if you do a live interview you probably done this where you know you're talking to somebody and at the end of the interview on the radio you say okay we're going to send it back to New York and back to the studio and we'll be back with Bob Loblaw said the second we say thanks said rips the headphones off and walks off thank you oh my god you know what do we do to offend him and maybe it was we we he didn't want the pancake story to be out there and we put it out there but the next day we're interviewing somebody else and we were sitting at this sectional in the hotel lobby and there was this big glass table at the sectional where we set up our tape recorders and things like that so J. walks in and I forget the than that that he had with him and the first thing J. does as he sits on the glass table and it shatters into a million pieces J. as wide underground going there's glass all over the place in the hotel manager comes out when you're doing your particular no but the just look at Jay's face when the table collapsed under him was priceless and there's a lot of those type of stories to for sure don't you get it says in the book and I haven't seen the book yet but that he whipped on the Keith Hernandez picking him up after he was traded to the Mets what happened there yeah yeah you wanted to you know make an impression and he he showed up in a white limousine to pick up Keith Hernandez at the airport after the trade from Saint Louis in Montreal and istom couldn't find them we keep just wanna take a cab you will have to get to the stadium to play that day so did you want to do that because you know he wasn't happy about the trade you know being sent to the mess the time and that he also said that he hated playing in Montreal so he was going to be in a terrible mood when he showed up anyway J. thought he could maybe soften the blow a little bit by making a big impression on him and then it just west on I'm trying to find him at the airport so that is a bunch of whether it's you know spilling a glass of orange juice on Frank cash in on this you know it could be for the match job there's a lot of a lot of mishaps along the way and yet J. still survived forty forty plus years and and with the mat so that's that's a pretty big accomplishment yeah yeah it sure is enough you know it's interesting during this whole virus thing a lot of reporters are writing stories about the past and about yester year and then the that nineteen eighty six math team at the time the the fans of me we didn't know I was basically a fan back then in eighty six I didn't know much about the team you know in terms of the internally other than they played hard never met the rain night fight at third base and you know there are tough competitors in S. as we're finding out now more and more they were such great guys in a lot of ways and there was a story that one of your colleagues Joel Sherman wrote about how they treated Gregg Jefferies when he first came to the team this couple years later and that that was a real real disgrace the way they they acted the way he acted back that yeah I did as I saw the story the Joe Rogan excellent an excellent job on that and yeah I I just I think with that eighty six crowd in I mean they were just real hard core old school you know crusty baseball types you know hard living hard drinking and hard smoke and whatever else you want to hedge your bet you know that that's kind of the way they live and they kinda wore those emotions on their sleeves and they talk to the media and if they had things to error out against teammates or anybody else they said it you know they they just kinda let it fly in you know because that that was before my time in in the business covering stuff here I was still in college and but you know in those guys even now you know I I know that now that they've mellowed you know a little bit in their older ages now as broadcasters and whatever whatever else they've got on too but he got I kind of miss that part Richard Wright you know that was what sports was you know the guys didn't hear the you know the social media backlash or or that type of stuff they just kind of said it sort of did what they wanted in box guys on the field and had opinions about stocks and looking back now you know they certainly weren't the most PC bunch and you know if you look at stories and how they treated Gregg Jefferies and that that wasn't you know that was much different than what you would see in this day and age to sell yeah they would they would just a throwback crew in it and I think that just kinda add adds to their alleged yeah they were they were angels they weren't perfect by any stretch but man that they face a message you know their place and in New York sports history for more distant than just winning that championship I mean they they from what they accomplished on and off the field during that time I mean this in my mind you know that that really kind of fits it's the mold of what you would call it a legendary team yeah and and back then and and this goes before your time as well but I started doing sports I guess in about nineteen seventy and I was on a little station on Long Island and they were so accessible van because I would have you know we had a six o'clock sportscaster newscast with the sports thing I had a minute I have to do sports I would call Shea Stadium and ask for Gil Hodges and they would put me through and they would put me through to Gil Hodges office and Hodges would take five minutes with me on the phone ten minutes with me on the phone just taping an interview I mean I could dial the stadium and ask for the manager and put they put me through right away now imagine that today our effective they need it yeah listen you know the business the sports is growing exponentially you know in ways that nobody well I won't say nobody maybe some of the smart of visionaries could have seen it but certainly most people didn't expect it to grow it into what it's become today and it's still supports by the business side of it in the exposure and kind of the glamour part of it and all that is really you know we lost a lot of weight loss the internet I'm not really sure what's going on there we seem to be off David here there I'm I can hear I can hear you okay why don't we take a break now and we'll be right back when we clear up our technical issues right here on the CBS sports radio.

David Lennon Newsday Peter king David London writer Long Island
"david london" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:49 min | 1 year ago

"david london" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I turned off my little alarm here they close at five o'clock every day to remind me of something we've got David Lennon on the line from Newsday for those listening on the network not familiar Newsday is a Long Island newspaper been in business for a long long time corn Heiser work there Peter king David London has been there for a long long time is a great great baseball writer and David joins us on the CBS sports radio network now David how you doing great Roger thank you for that intro you put beats in the last three is company that well you you wrote a column today in a friend of mine who lives on the island hipped me to it and the you know I was reading it and it's great and it's about somebody that I I think probably ninety percent of the listening audience has never heard of now in New York probably they have but a fellow by the name of J. Horowitz and J. Horowitz for years was the PR director of the New York Mets and Jay is is such a lovable guy you relate how the nineteen eighty six world champion Mets up here guys you know I don't know what they were making back then but it wasn't a lot of money but they voted him a full World Series share which was something like what ninety three min thousand dollars which at the time was a lot of money much more than he was making a salary right yeah I want to put in perspective Richard I meet I think Davey Johnson's first managing contract with the maths was probably less than a hundred thousand so that gives you an idea yeah that was a pretty significant boost so when you get out of you know for a PR guy to get a full playoff share voted by the players I think that's pretty remarkable I mean sometimes if they're very lucky down maybe get some sort of percentage share but even that's rare so the fact that those players you know a legendary group and that the legendary group in New York athletes you know voted J. a full sheer full share that year was I think that gave me an idea of what I what she brought to the table for them yeah well I've I've got a one of a bunch of J. horror stories of one of them was remember sid Fernandez of left the you know from Hawaii and this was nineteen eighty seven I was down at Mets camp with my buddy Rick Cerone and we were doing interviews and we were in the Mets hotel and J. said look guys you know really love the way you guys do interviews and said is very shy and said you know just is not real good interviews but I've been coaching them up and see it really wants to come on your show and he's going to be really good I promise you he's gotten so much better can you put sit on so we she's afternoon for like that why why not so he said and ask him about and I think I am I may have this wrong but he eats pancakes before his starts really yeah he he he makes these pancakes in a really good and it's like you we know Wade Boggs with chicken he eats pancakes before every start homemade pancakes he makes ask him about that he'll he'll love that so we go okay so we start the interview and said is kind and not into it stumbling a little bit so finally he said okay well this permit he's they said tell us about those pancakes you make that before every star art I'll make pancakes said you know we we have it on grew from a good source said before every start you have these very special pancakes in the US I don't know who told you that I don't do that and Richard are both like something Kate you are well I was gonna say if it was anybody but J. I would say he set me up but you know I at the end of the interview we said Hey what are you talking about he said I don't know why he did that he told me that story yesterday and I said yeah we'll get it on the air and you know he just denied it said it never never happened so no no was JV in a straight man and he really did set us up than you think no no I mean I I think I there were times the J. let's use it like they have cranks but that was more on April fools day was one of the things about J. C. Penney always kinda did even from his days back as the S. A. P. for fairly Dickinson college he would always look for the the off the beaten path type of angle you know to talk to somebody about whether was a player or a manager or coach so the fact is they come up to the pancake thing actually doesn't surprise me and I just I couldn't tell if you if you did have the situation he was playing a joke on you but I was real and it was probably real knowing J. he probably was trying to come up with an angle to give you guys and broke forever reason said she didn't feel like playing along yeah well well after that I mean sid was one of those things where you know if you do a live interview and you probably done this where you know you're talking to somebody and at the end of the interview on the radio you say okay we're going to send it back to New York and back to the studio will be back with Bob law said the second we say thanks said rich the headphones off and walks off thank you oh my god you know what do we do to offend him and maybe it was we we he didn't want the pancake story to be out there and we put it out there but the next day we're interviewing somebody else and we were sitting at this sectional in the hotel lobby and there was this big glass table at the sectional where we set up our tape recorders and things like that so J. walks in and I forget the the met that he had with him and the first thing J. does as he sits on the glass table and it shatters into a million pieces A. J. is lying on the ground going through it there's there's glass all over the place in the hotel manager comes out wanting to go on your particular table yeah but just to look at Jay's face when the table collapsed under him was priceless and then a lot of those type of stories to for sure so don't you give it says in the book and I haven't seen the book at but that he wished on the Keith Hernandez picking him up after he was traded to the Mets what happened there yeah yeah he wanted to you know make an impression and he he showed up in a white limousine to pick up Keith Hernandez at the airport after the trade from St Louis in Montreal and it's simply couldn't find them I think he's just wanna take a cab to hike to get to the stadium to play that day so did you want to do that because you know he wasn't happy about the trade you know being sent to the mess the time and he also said that he hated playing in Montreal so he was going to be in a terrible mood when he showed up anyway J. thought he could maybe soften the blow a little bit by making a big impression on him and then he just west on I'm trying to find him at the airport so that is a bunch of whether it's you know spilling a glass of orange juice on Frank cash in on his you know it can be for the match job there's a lot of a lot of mishaps along the way and yet J. still survived forty forty plus years and and with the mat so that that's a pretty big accomplishment yeah yeah it sure is enough you know it's interesting during this whole virus thing a lot of reporters are writing stories about the past and about yester year and the that nineteen eighty six math team at the time the the fans of me we didn't know I was basically a fan back then in eighty six I didn't know much about the team you know in terms of the internally other than they played hard never met the rain night fight at third base and you know there are tough competitors and as as we're finding out now more and more they weren't such great guys in a lot of ways there was a story that one of your colleagues Joel Sherman wrote about how they treated Gregg Jefferies when he first came to the team this couple years later and that that was a real real disgrace the way they they acted in the way he acted back that yeah I did as I saw the story that you already did an excellent an excellent job on that and yeah I I just I think with that eighty six crowd in I mean they were just real hard core old school you know crusty baseball types you know hard living and hard drinking and hard smoke and whatever else you want to head to face it you know that that's kind of the way they live and and they kind of wore those emotions on their sleeves and they talk to the media and if they had things to error out against teammates or anybody else they said it you know they they just kind of let it fly in you know because that was before my time in the business covering stuff here I was still in college and but you know in those guys even now you know I I know that now they've mellowed you know a little bit in their older ages now as broadcasters and whatever whatever else they thought onto but I kind of miss that part Richard Wright you know that was what sports was you know the guys didn't hear the you know the social media backlash or or that type of stuff they kind of said it sort of did what they wanted in fox guys on the field and had opinions about stocks and looking back now you know they certainly weren't the most PC bunch and you know if you look at stories and how they treated Gregg Jefferies and that that wasn't you know that was much different than what you would see in this day and age to sell yeah they would they would just a throwback crew in it and I think that just kinda add adds to their legend yeah they were they were angels they weren't perfect by any stretch but man that they face a message you know their place and in New York sports history for more than ten years winning that championship I mean they they from what they accomplished on and off the field during that time I mean it's in my mind you know that that really kind of fits fits the mold of what you would call us a legendary team yeah and and back then and and this goes before your time as well but I started doing sports I guess in about nineteen seventy and I was on a little station on Long Island and they were so accessible then because I would have you know we had a six o'clock sportscaster newscast with the sports thing I had a minute I have to do sports I would call Shea Stadium and ask for Gil Hodges and they would put me through and they would put me through to Gil Hodges office and Hodges would take five minutes with me on the phone ten minutes with me on the phone just taping an interview I mean I could dial the stadium and ask for the manager and put they put me through right away now imagine that today our yeah listen you know the business the sports is growing exponentially you know in ways that nobody well I won't say nobody maybe some of the smart of visionaries conceded but certainly most people didn't expect it to grow it into what it's become today and it's still supports by the business side of it in the exposure and kind of the glamour part of it and all that is really yeah we lost a lot of weight loss the internet I'm not really sure what's going on there we seem to be off David here there I'm I am here I can hear you okay why don't we take a break now and we'll be right back when we clear up our technical issues right here on the CBS sports radio it.

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"david london" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:05 min | 1 year ago

"david london" Discussed on WGN Radio

"TV news at night it is seven twenty AM from block club Chicago Sheamus to me with this with extremely local news good morning James they doing today I'm doing good Bob good morning to you the GrubHub door dash delivery companies are going to be operating under some different guidelines now here in Chicago and the restaurant folks like this news tell us about it yeah you know well ever since we had to stay home and for all other food in or cook what you can there's been a lot of focus on places like GrubHub and doordash because the restaurant owners have really been speaking up about the large shops these of these companies charge you know some up to thirty percent of your order is going to grow up door dash and these restaurants you know Sobell mop rating on your ninety percent drop in revenue are are are speaking out about using paid that listen we we don't have this money to give to these companies please come right to our restaurant you know to avoid these companies if you can well the city is stepping in Maryland professor they said the city will be implementing a rule that will require these companies to show customers precisely how much of their thirty dollar order is going to GrubHub or doordash it's going to be it'll be on the app would you order as well as on the receipt when not when you get there so it's it's a system and to move to give a little better transparency into amerisafe so people can make a decision about whether they want to use these things or not this change is going to affect may twenty seconds and this seems like a good idea we should know how much money is is going to the restaurant how much money is going to the delivery service should we yeah I mean I like to see all that stuff on a receipt I like to know how much the state taxes the tax the federal tax law all that stuff just to you know when you go to your phone bill the sale you get you all worked up a little bit kind of Kenner members all yeah I bought it for that you know telecommunications three four years ago and there is so kind of good to know worry about where your money's going especially especially attempts percent Mike that's where these restaurants and we don't know we can't survive just start a new sort of delivery so well so did you see good good to know the stuff hopefully the the bill for the food will be easier to decipher them your phone bill though this this is a good idea and you buy a tackle you get a free face mask look tell us more about this right either can get make stories are colliding here uses a tells restaurants one in boys town in one in Logan square at the post both owned by a gentleman named Eric Torrance wanting to add voice times called Sunseeker the one in Logan square it's called market Sheena and she is she's gotten don't mask donations from the company or maybe god group of volunteers are making and the meat offering them to any customer that comes in or take out order come by and get a free mask you just try to get by the way to spread these out as well as give a reason for people to you know come in order it is and into Mexican restaurant she said here's another guy that said die eighty five percent revenue was down eighty five percent since the start of this so the massive helped bring in some new faces he said you know what he sees their faces again until because of you know get out of my restaurant without a without a mascot so it's it's it's a good program they're getting their mass from plates gold masks for Chicago which I think we talked about on air here before that just a group of women started this and they're up to hundreds of hundreds of volunteers who are solid bass at home donating I'm getting the first responders and then Mexican restaurant stuff yeah good idea okay so the owner is Eric Tories and sol Sita is at thirty seven oh six north Halsted and other places like cina twenty nine oh one north has the right you got it that's right and finally what's going on with the building up north at forty one forty six north Elston the service agent block club because he need look at Chicago might be an association banquet hall and tavern well the Wilder was for almost sixty years and and and Irving park forty one forty six north Alton Alton we've been there you go after a while World War two some of the folks that come over from what PO said well we can't go home we need somewhere to preserve our our culture so they both the center there and they had arch they had the community hall big likes to get a bank with the connect tab on their committee meetings but the owners of the second generation folks that now own it or run it Hey listen you know all of our people are there certain aging out the next generation is not ready to step in and really what a place like this or use that it's a breakeven organization they said but the double time to time to move on so they just sold the building to a pair of artists accompanied Abby Monroe and Josh Dooley and they are they're going to preserve some of the of the field the place they're going to keep the banquet hall in the community center galling they're gonna turn it inside of the call lucky and cultural center they're gonna make it the artist's studio artists can come in there and work you'll also be able to at some point read more about the banquet hall or or use it there and that they're excited about preserving some of the past influences of this building okay maybe they'll have a a lot being art display over on one side and and you know it's interesting to you one point it was the home of the hiking club of Chicago fourteen before the lot so so the building seen a lot of different generations they said they found a giant carved dog biking drinking horn look AT all wouldn't ship carved into it when cleaning out the building itself the stuff is all going to be on display when that when when they open at some point they have a vault there if so tell her all about it we yeah we are looking for all of them it will make it a block of WGN special area she has to appreciate the reporting and we'll talk to you folks tomorrow okay Bob thank you just to follow up on this story about Chicago requiring third party food delivery services to itemized receipts starting I think it's a week from Friday at any rate not everybody's happy about that the senior government relations team led by David London for door dash said the disclosure mandate goes too far he called it unnecessary and over reaching and he said door dash voluntarily cut its commissions by half through may for more than two thousand Chicago restaurants also there's news that uber technologies was making a takeover offer for the grub hub the Chicago based meal deliver and share prices for both companies we're soaring yesterday GrubHub rose twenty nine percent after the Wall Street journal and Bloomberg news reported the offer the journal said a grub hub proposal that valued it shares at sixty eight dollars each was being reviewed by uber's board GrubHub declined to comment over could not be reached for comment uber's shares were up two point four percent that reporting by David ruler of the Chicago sun times come up we will talk to a nutritionist a doctor who has reviewed the frozen foods we're buying by the cart fulls lately and there are some that are very healthy and there are some that are not so we'll have the best and worst of list of frozen foods at the grocery store for you that's coming up at about seven forty eight this morning as always you can get in touch with us and we'll try to dip into the mailbox eggnog some of your feedback here on the radio a little later this morning and the email address here is Bob show at WGN radio dot com and the text number in the phone number here is the same three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred.

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"david london" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"david london" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Joe Girardi or somebody like that again but you give him credit for the resurgence even if they don't quite get to the promised land or do you say Hey you know what with a better manager maybe they would have what what do you think about his future yeah there's a couple factors I think the government that Richard on the first half of the season you know the national clearly unhappy with him with the team's performance at the job that he thought he did he came within another losses to offend basically being fired we all remember that the day after the sweep in Miami in late now they also they also were furious with and over the internet with my colleague you know in Chicago we didn't behavior didn't handle himself very well in that clubhouse tirade against him which the Mets were very unhappy with. that said you know the team has played well for him the players do say they like playing form you know even privately you know this is not a case where they went you know they went in the tank and didn't play for the manager so a factor here is that he signed to another year you know the Mets are already paying him for next year another factor and I mention this I think about a week ago when the cubs are in town you know who is going to be available to take over if they decide not to not bring me back is Joe Maddon gonna have a falling out with the comes in he's not gonna if he gonna be available could he be an option for the match is Joe Girardi going to be available to me as a an option so I think the availability of these guys how much they have to pay somebody to replace Mickey are all factors so yeah it's it's certainly not the slam dunk that Nikki was going to be replaced and I thought it was going to be in the first half going to be interesting to see again how the season finishes up in and was available come the oxy yeah and and I mean Brody van Wagoner's job I wouldn't think would be in any kind of jeopardy but he certainly the other report card is very mixed the canal D. as trade has not worked out so far but there are years left on that to see if they do that I'm you know the Rameau's signing was a very good one looking at it now and you know certainly the familiar signing has not really worked out very well but he found the gem in J. D. Davis who is a keeper and he did bring Alonso up right away which has a great return so very very mixed report card. yeah I would I would say I remember talking to my early in the season would seem like a lot of his moves were working out and he said yeah it's it's hard to keep score in the sport every day you know for baseball yeah we almost trees like it's a hundred and sixty to one game he said yeah yeah they were always giving opinions and always evaluate everything on a daily basis and the house work like that and as bad as it looks for Brody and the first half now the rom assist come around his decision to hold on to the pictures and also going for Stroman will see on the from the thing works out but you know he's he's made some he's made some good decisions here and the team has done a good job in the second half his job was never in danger I just wondered when things were going so badly that if you really had almost lost that a case for the job just because you so new at this and was it more than you thought it was going to be but you know he's trying to roll with the punches so I I think his ownership certainly like some they surely weren't ready to jettison an after one year style yeah Brody certainly going to be at the at the helm for this certainly through next year and you know we'll see beyond that I mean who knows this could be this could be a winning team next year any far that they they would go after ran down or is it just could be too much money too many years. I would think yeah I mean I again well you know we seen the climate overall in baseball you know the Mets certainly haven't shown an appetite to go for those sort of contract lately I know they they took on can knows which that was almost you know letting Brody do its thing as the new GM style they're in there will be a great fit about we'll see what the price tag goes with that **** bro he doesn't decide to bring back one of his former client in Todd Frazier play cards. I don't think that'll be the issue I also don't think Jed Lowrie will be the answer their days either we have our if we ever see himself yeah that sandwich I yeah I actually. yeah right now would be great but doesn't from what we've seen from the match in the past I don't I would really see that that states and what their strategy is banned and I would be a big fat as always David love talking baseball way you thanks so much for joining us my pleasure to take care okay as David London from Newsday Hey this football season check out the new Bobby vis a restaurant and sports bar in Stamford.

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"david london" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:21 min | 2 years ago

"david london" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Investors bank studio Richard near in for those two guys today our Recco three guys for guys I'll take them all on we gotta make Casey at Emmanuel burglary at the controls this morning a little bit later this hour mark Cannizzaro from the New York postal join us we'll talk some football with him he is mainly focused on the jets will talk NFL in general and then David London from Newsday will join us in the nine o'clock hour talking about baseball and football I mean football season is right around the corner and honestly it's it's crazy I can't get excited about it yet because of the pre season and this is something the NFL is going to be really really have to address because at this point. in other pre season is completely meaningless I mean it's always been a problem we know that we get it but right now. Hey you know did you really watch the preseason I mean I watch fewer preseason games than I ever have no one reason is because you get to baseball teams were gone for the playoffs one who's in in one who's struggling to try to get in but the other thing is what my scene yeah I was curious to see Daniel Jones for the giants to see how he worked out and obviously he's worked out very very well to the point where he had a one thirty seven quarterback rating in the preseason. but you're not seen players in living on bell room you know he's a rebel rumor at this point. and se Kwan Barkley and see any a ham. he didn't see so many guys. as so I don't know how good these teams are going to be I know on paper and I know what you what what you've read and we'll get that from mark as zero you know what you see in practice but. as a I once at practice practice I mean come on so I don't know what to expect from a local teams I mean I think they're going to be better I think the jets could be an eight or nine win team I think the giants will be a better team than they were last year but I don't know how much. you know I mean I look at the offense of line I think it's improved it's pretty good but I don't know about that receiver corps for sure. and. defensively I have no idea with the giants so. the A. L. any any kinda pick is the how good these teams are going to be is kind of worthless and. you know the NFL knows this the players don't like the preseason. but there's money involved in in you know when there's money involved the owners are going to say well yeah well too bad for the fans you know they get to have to pay for these preseason games and that's just part of the deal. now or do they cut it down to two preseason games and then I I know they want to try to increase the regular season is seventeen or eighteen games. L. sixteen games is already a grind for the players to they want to go one more would they go one more trade a preseason game for a regular season game to go to preseason games and seventeen regulars could they do that. would they do that would that be a good thing. you know they would talk about eighteen into buys they were talking about eighteen and yet you could only play each player for sixteen games I I think that's a wacky idea because I don't want to be paying full price for eighteen games in there of the B. two games are one game actually because a one on the road wanted home where I don't get to see Tom Brady or my starting quarterback Sam's Arnold R. V. lie or whoever that doesn't make a lot of sense to me so I don't I don't know how they find their way out they will they'll negotiate something but this is just an intolerable situation I mean they're just taking its money for nothing and checks for free as dire straits saying you know it just is is is an awful situation it's like if you're in a spring training baseball games if you were forced to to buy those games at full price you say we'll entertain under fifty dollars for a baseball game for a seat a baseball game that doesn't mean anything. why would I do that and you're already that kind of money for games that don't mean anything when you're in. September games when your team is hopelessly out of it or even September games when your team is you know like the Yankees marching toward the playoffs. so it's John I was I was talking last hour about Djokovic. walking off the court retiring from the match. Bullingdon cycle we pay good money for this and look what we got and that's that's the problem with sports there's no guaranteed made if you go to a movie or a play. and your friends have seen that player that movie and said Hey man this is really really good or the critics say Hey this is this is a terrific movie the chances are they will be now every once in awhile you know I'll I'll go be a critical choice movie where I read the reviews as really looks good. and then I got I go when I go in and give you the the biggest example for me recently was done Kirk you know I heard what a great movie done Kirk was and I went to see it in IMAX you know paid the premium to see that. and I watched it I go. you know I mean it's a realistic depiction I guess of what happened. but it wasn't. you know like I couldn't get into it I watched it again when it got to H. B. O. and it just didn't do anything for me and I I appreciated the artistry and the performances but the movie was just sort of man to me and yet everybody I'll miss a cameo award winning movie so you see things like that and you think okay that's that's the one exception but for the most part if if your friends like if the critics like it you know you're going to get something of quality. where is in sports you know like if you're a Yankee fan and hang out there and I got Sunday tickets for the game against the red Sox you know that they're they're done with the red Sox at home this year but you know they they the games at the stadium the red Sox are coming and then no red Sox aren't that good this year and yeah there's of rivalry and you know you get to see some star players but it's not a big deal anymore year to year and you don't know year to year whether it's going to be when you buy your tickets in advance so you're stuck and that's the the great thing about sport and the terrible thing about sport because you go out there expecting nothing and you get to see something you've never seen before you get to see a great performance you get to see what you saw yesterday were and the and keys are going to win this game is for nothing and all of a sudden two home runs in the bottom of the ninth and they wind five to four who would expect that are you go you go see some picture you've never heard of any throws a no hitter so you can get that premium that bonus but you can also get stinkers games where nobody head sentence for rain and. male football the same way being a great games you can get amazing performances terrific plays and you can go out there and say why don't I go to this game I don't get it so that's sports. and that's that's why it's great it's unpredictable you go to see a movie they kinda know the way it's gonna end James Bond is going to live he's going to beat the villain you go to see a play here you you kind of know unless there's there's all kinds of twists and turns that it's going to work out in a certain way you go to a baseball game of football game the faint call ma'am we got the match up where the better team and a lan ache eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six is our telephone number and taking your phone calls and we do have wide open telephone lines are selected Jimmy in Rockland county here on fan Jimmy. Richard happy Labor Day so he used to Jimmy I was talking your screener and I got a good chuckle out of it last night in regards to just floor lander I guess he had a little better about experience without home played a part in his last start. well that that's that's why I think we're we're going to be in for robotics in the next few years here because you know you get those variances you get the the hi strike with some guys the low strike with other guys a wide strike zone with some guys who calls the inside pitch because the outside it's it's different and depending on the kind of picture you are it can make or break it yeah. not all of them also produce third no hitter. not that I want to come back in my next life. yeah I I I I would think if you if you're picking guys it. you might want to be very land there might be one of those guys in the amazing thing is when the Astros got him like two two seconds before the waiver deadline and trades came out. thinking okay well the guys like older he's lose a little bit off his fastball he see a yeah I don't know that that's a great move and this guy like fine wine has aged and gotten better and better and better as time has gone on and off the Yankees are certainly not looking forward to facing him in the playoffs who is mills in Raritan you're on the fan bill. Hey Richard how are you this morning Hey bill real good. good you know we're talking about the NFL schedule and I'm just it seems he stated they get a lot out of playing scrimmages with other teams so and the NFL wants to go to eighteen games that's really what they want I always thought being that the Monday after the president's day seems to be like the number one absentee day at at work have that eighteen game schedule to buy. and grabbed the preseason games and sort of have you know have have live scrimmage with the fans and and attendance and sort of like turn into like a fan festival you make the play is available to everyone for grants and stuff and such you know due to do with those eighteen games to buy and play the Superbowl our presidents day weekend I mean what's the difference up north plan you know in the second and third week in January a plan in the second week of February it was by now now the weather is going to be me you never know what the weather's going to be a could be terrific or could be terrible yeah well that's the thing you don't know and I.

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"david london" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"david london" Discussed on WSB-AM

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"david london" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:32 min | 2 years ago

"david london" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"As European Union. Foreign ministers meet to discuss ways to salvage the landmark Iran nuclear accord that Washington has abandoned Swedish prosecutors were reopened a probe into rape allegation. Against Julian Assange, it's move that may wreak havoc with US attempts to extradite the WikiLeaks founder on charges he helped hack into military computers. NBA play-offs the raptors and trailblazers advanced baseball the Yankees one Mets game postponed Red Sox won along. With the Orioles. Giants nationals nays lost NHL playoffs. The Bruins one. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. Michael barr. This is Bloomberg. John, michael. Thank you, six nineteen on Wall Street. We're live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studios. Good morning. I'm John Tucker time to get you set up for the trading day and the week ahead. Joining us in New York as Madeleine limb executive editor breaking news for Bloomberg in London were joined by news director ticket merit in. Beijing were pleased to have managing editor Emily O'Brien topic, number one US China trade talks sounds like a stalemate Madeline limb is it what's the US position. It Stephanie getting hard. The president Tump on the weekend calling on China to make a deal. Now, face worst homes later, and is chief economic adviser bussing of any concerns about the economic impact on the US from these terrorists today, like get the details of the administration's plans to raise tariffs on the remaining roughly three hundred billion in Chinese exports to the US and while these will take a while to come into effect. It's just another ratcheting up of tension and reminded that they won't be any solution to this two sides to every story at O'Brien in Beijing. What is China's position? Say tensions definitely remain near boiling point with China. Pushing back on President Trump's tweets. She thinks right hand man on trade that did around the state media over the weekend pushing China's position and the government. Today, blaming the US to the stalemate that we're seeing that the people's daily on their front page saying the US need to take responsibility for the setback because it went back on its would and impose more tariffs. We get to see details of China's plan of counter tank to be assumption is that they'll raise tasks on a list of about sixty billion dollars worth of US exports that by the latest they disposal as well. Including normalizing the Levy on US made con, for example, that would bring it back to a hefty forty percent that we just have to wait and see the tensions measured Ila futures. With my grammar just all down over one percent. David in London more tension. Oil higher this morning. Tell us why. Yeah. That's right. So more textured across the Middle East political tension Saudi Arabia's state talking about two of its oil tank is being attacked while sailing towards the Persian Gulf. They're approaching the straits of whole mood. That's the world's biggest. Well, the most important point ready for shipments. And the pace that Iran has threatened to block shipments going through if their energy exports halted now. No one's claimed responsibility. And no one was hut. A no few was spilt. And so it's a little bit of a mystery. However, it comes whilst the US has sent an aircraft carrier planes to the region and these tensions with Iran Radi threatening to on with saying that play out in the markets as you said is often stock selling off from Dubai to Saudi Arabia. Brent crude up one point seven percent Madeline. We turn to you. You know, we should all have a prompt panther profitability. Hoover is no exception. First day of trading did not go as planned it. Did not and the stocks is you recall the price at the lower end of the range in the IPO at forty five dollars yet. It's never seen that range trade tall. Neat nut today. They down sucks down again in pre-market trading. Two percent from Friday's close. That's puck. Yeah. Of course, due to what's going on in the markets overall. But also no contract from still from the week only report from lift last week, which I think really and showed investors that these phones ability to venture turned prophet is just tweeting question EVA's, turn to you. The parade of earnings continues this week with tech in focus. Right. Oh, big internet, giant, eight famous Alibaba and the online gaming titan. Ten cent report earnings on Wednesday around them. You'll also have to sit engine giant by duty apple wanna-be Xiaomi and others posting as well. So to be a good way to get the measure of the Chinese consumer and the retailer Konami here. Analysts expecting some improvement from ten sandwich has been dogged in recent quotas by consented, Paik and had little prospects of growth that better. Returns on top name online games are expected to boy the results Alibaba some of the innovations are expected to boost results as well. So it'd be interesting to get an update on some of those David London for may Theresa May Seneca message maybe too little too late. That's right. She's repulsively trying to really open negotiations on the future partnership with the European Union. This is about this question of entering some sort of customs union to try to get the agreement party as all of this seems a little bit too late. No, one expects that to be a Dale with labor for that Paul. They outspoken much more now about the need for a second referendum to confirm any deal a tool, this is we career it was the elections. The into two weeks time the Tories coming out about ten or eleven percent in the. Pose the winner in those poses looking to be Nigel Farage and his brand. New Brexit, not putting about three thirty five percent or ready. He was on the BBC stay, I'm busting. The media today is quoting the venerable BBC the enemy the people. So why he felt that idea Madeline finally patient transitory? Some of the words that might get tossed around. Fed officials are all over the map today getting a main declared and John Williams from the New York fittings Zurich later markets pricing in cut in the first months of next year following the ratcheting up of trade tensions. But it's doubtful will get any firm commitment either way from officials they'll want to see how things are playing out in the I it's been a pleasure battle Lynn here in New York. The executive editor breaking news for Bloomberg at London, David merrit and in Beijing and the old Brian thanks.

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