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"dewberry" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:47 min | Last month

"dewberry" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"I do think that they're not going to just be willy nilly just to do a deal to spend the money. I think that the Warriors are well capitalized and And then they say, I think the Warriors were optimistic that they will get people in that building before the end of the season. I like Dewberry idea, though, and I like it for the sun's, too, because you know you get a say it's it's low, mellow ball if they if they like him, then you know you get a guy who can kind of learning a Rubio for a little bit. And then they finally would have a point guard of future. And then I'm gonna play fantasy GM and then I'm gonna clear I have enough cap space. I'm gonna go and put a big offer for Fred Vanvleet and put in with Devin Booker and backcourt. Just just fantasy GM. Not for the aggregators. Well, right, but I mean, now, Fred family, it's gonna be an interesting case study because while we've been talking about how it's gonna be a bear market by the you're describing, basically, there's going to be 75% less spending this offseason is the last. That's Ah, It's a bear market I've ever heard. One Um, But Fred Vanvleet could buck that because we think there's going to be interest in Detroit who needs a point guard where his former coach Dwane Casey is, although I think Christian would is also going to be a priority for Detroit. There may be interested in Ah, Phoenix either way, whether they clear the space offer, not, um there could be interest elsewhere. And then, of course, Toronto wants to keep him so Fred Vanvleet could end up being the one of the one of the quote unquote winners out of this. My thing, though, is Bobby When you look at teams, potentially making moves and out and financial moves you talked about Maybe Charlotte or Atlanta taking on, you know salaries. There's got to be teams that want to take a step back. And I don't other than Oklahoma City, which we think is goingto wretch, you know, restructure itself. What team is in a position to go backwards Right now, there aren't a lot of teams that looked to me like they're headed for rebuilding, like the Knicks are rebuilding, but they're already in the midst of it. They're not looking to ship out talent. I don't think who are the sellers? Bobby? Well, that that's a good question. And what with sellers is that there's not that many of those bad contracts anymore, Right? Like those guys who signed in 2016, they're not here anymore. They're all this part of this free agent class that the Ya That beyond Bo is mayhem, ese, You know, Dang and no. I've already been been stretched here. And if you're looking at teams that who are luxury Tax Brooklyn, Philly Golden Stay Boston for this upcoming year like those teams are in there in the wind Now mode right, like they're not looking to try to trade off key guys. Just deduct, you know, have some have some savings here. So the Carmelo Anthony trade to Atlanta for dentistry or I don't know if that's their this Ah, this offseason just because there's not that many teams that are looking Teo, there's probably more buyers and sellers. Okay, So you also mentioned that there was 26 players with player options Does that was at the number finger for around 40 44? Yeah, but it's a mixed bag and we've got some player. We got some team options here. We're going to see. You know, we're going to see a lot of these guys. Do you anticipate And so, like Anthony Davis has a bad option. For example, he's going up. He's gonna have that He's gonna be one of the guys who's in all unless the salary cap crashes and it doesn't make sense for him, But I don't think it's gonna happen. So he's going uptown, become a free agent and 89.99% re sign in L. A. I'll just be for how many years to where he gets the market, right. My guess would be two years by the way is what I'll sign for two plus one is what he'll sign for is my guests because I think the cap is going to be held study for the next two years and also that would return him to free agency in year 10 which would enable him to get the larger contract, 75%, right, So my my wager, not my knowledge. My wager would be Anthony Davis re signs with the Lakers for two years, plus one Inlet plus one player option unless he and LeBron have some desire to match their contracts. LeBron has one year plus a player option left in unless just to make sure everything's okay with the Lakers that they would sign he would sign one plus one so that he and LeBron could be free agents next year in the event that that happens. I mean, if I were at the Davis, I want the extra guarantee, but I guess it could happen. The one plus one are there any other players of those who you think could opt out and become free agents. I mentioned Jeremy Grant. I think he will. Right. Is there anybody else? I think continuous, Caldwell Pope and I think more for the fact not to. Really. I don't see it. Let you know those teams are cast is coming in and give him a big offer. I could see him often out in the Lakers. Give him Hey, pay increase off that $8.5 million number. You know, maybe a one year at $12 Million, or this is interesting. So first off Caldwell. Pope is represented by Rich Paul. Why wouldn't they say? Ah, Danny Green makes $15 million. My guy's as good as Danny Green. You can't replace him. I will accept a two year $15 Million contract. Thank you. I'm about to You mean to your 15 per to your 30 mil? Yes, sir. Yeah or even one year 15 like like, How can you look? Caldwell Pope in the eye and say that he's not worth what Danny Greene is to that team. And especially when you have to keep those agents happy. I might tell you something, though It's not rich. Paul doesn't operate that way. And people would make a lot of assumptions about rich. Paul was going to tell you about Rich Paul. Number one, and I've known this guy for 15 16 years. OK? He is about business. He is business. First. Now does he try to take care of LeBron James? His number one client. Did he go? Make sure Anthony Davis got the Lakers? Yeah, but I'm telling you, they are businessmen, and sometimes it doesn't work out..

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"dewberry" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

03:54 min | 2 months ago

"dewberry" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Tto 80 40. Inside your top 10 and Kevin Hart is the kind of guy that always has a bunch of projects going on at once. They got never stopped custom. But he is working on a new movie. That's an updated version of a true classic planes, trains and automobiles. We'll hear about that after seven adore you, Harry styles. You don't say. What do you Dewberry Styles adore you at number seven. So back to Kevin Hart. There've been rumors for awhile that he is involved in a remake of the classic movie Steve Martin John Candy start in planes, trains and automobiles. I spent confirmed. Kevin is working on a new version of the holiday movie with Will Smith. And we talked to me of a day about he told us. It felt like the perfect movie for the two actors. Listen, Yeah, we have been trying our best to.

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"dewberry" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:04 min | 2 months ago

"dewberry" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Uh, 12 season kicks off this week. If you're interested, The Dewberry more show debuted yesterday across the country. The actress thinks this is the right time for her show to be a bit different than some of the other daytime programmes, she told The New York Post. There's really an opportunity for innovation. Right now. The rule book is on fire when you think things may not happen. You take different risks when unprecedented times forced you to think outside the box. All right. It seems like Taylor Swift and Katy Perry continue to be a thing of the past Their feud. Rather, Taylor sent Katie's daughter, Daisy, a hand embroidered blanket that reads Baby Bloom and Katie showed off the creation on her Instagram, a saying that she hopes her daughter drags this blanket around for years until it becomes unrecognizable. A shred that she keeps in her pocket is a teenager. She captioned the picture? That's the latest dirt you confined more on our app or download ng my talk one of 71 dot com. Okay, appreciate the info dirt alert, updates at the top of every hour plus get extended dirt alerts at 8 2012 25 20 back in an hour, Okay? And now let's do this thing. People need to wake the hell up, more gonna wait. No. The following program is brought to you in living color on NBC. Itjust starts in black and white. And now we're in color, and I'm hearing myself and re her good morning, Everyone Welcome to Jason and Alexis in the morning live of my target, 71 and live streaming all over the ATM. I talk.

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"dewberry" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:46 min | 2 months ago

"dewberry" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"dewberry" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:58 min | 4 months ago

"dewberry" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"What medicine? Scary movie like scary, Huh? What's your favorite? Scary picture yourself in a room didn't happen. Where else it out for? You were the most famous person in the movie. Dies in the opening scene. That's what happened with scream, Drew Barrymore. Now you could argue that Courtney Cox has kind of taken off his friends was starting to take off. And then never. Campbell wasn't party of five. But Drew Barrymore at that point time was the most famous person in that movie. You killed her off in the opening scene. Couldn't do that. Today. People would find out write. Oh, Manji only in there for a scene. What happens? Like stuff just gets On Earth now. I've never seen that for the first time thinking Thinking. Ah! Wait, wait a second. Dewberry more is that this will be I'll come in and say anything. And even sick. Oh, that's why Does dies right at the beginning. Which scream is Scream, maybe a top 10 movie from the nineties. It might be. It's probably borderline. Think about what it did. It was like what $14 million to make and made $180 million. Franchise. It really? Really revitalized the horror genre. Because you had You had, like in the eighties you had like, what Halloween and Freddy and Jason and like all these, but then the horror genre kind of kind of morphed. It was a slasher film with humor and in character's aware. Of The horror film cliches and is a clever plot who done it? It's a really great, great movie. I bring it up because Courtney Cox is she announce that there's going to be screened five. So they had scream. One in 96 was such a phenomenon They pumped out scream too right away in 97. In 2008 did scream three. They did scream for in 2011. Like 10 years later, never. Campbell goes back. Now, 10 years after that. Going back. And Courtney Cox going to be a part of it. Scream five should come out next year, although who knows when they'll be able to resume filming and get that all finalized? You know, we got to. Ah, we gotta pour one out for just a Alzheimer's just a tremendous actor. Passed away over the weekend. Wilford Brimley. It's just the kind of stuff the FBI could use for coercion. Mitch You watch yourself. I'll do the best I can.

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"dewberry" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

07:33 min | 4 months ago

"dewberry" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"BC to the code list unbeknownst to me. I was after the order I was there less than twenty four hours. So I think we're in the clear. You Bet I am, of course, checking with Commissioner Mendoza, all of those things so that can have I'm to have cancer treatment this week and mine colleges called me and a painting this morning going Oh my goodness. You Run D. DC you know that to the Kobe I had no idea 'cause I checked it before I went it wasn't on the covid list on Sunday and it was added on Monday. the day that we were driving. Damn. So keep me in for your there because I do need to finish my treatment. But. It was so extraordinary for me personally to because I am so fully aware of Congressman Lewis is past his very humble beginnings. His parents were sharecroppers my grandparents were sharecroppers, and so it is it is share cropping four poor African Americans in south was just a continuation of slavery. It was just an extension of that. Essentially, you are working on land that you do not. You are paid whatever the landowner chooses to pay you. There's no minimum wage there's no union protection you're paid whatever they choose to pay it. And it was very, very difficult for african-americans to say enough. To own their own land my grandparents did that and so did John Lewis's parents they worked and worked and worked and saved and saved and scraped until they were able to buy their little piece of America. But then even after that, my I used to sit at the steps at the feet of my grandparents, my grandfather and he would tell me stories about what was you know like for them. And He, used to always feed me raisins if he was talking so I would sit there and eat raisins if he talked to me and he said that when he sold his cotton, he was always paid less for his cotton and he said to me shook my cotton was just as white. is everybody else's cotton but the problem was how wouldn't white? And for me as a six seven year old, it made such an impression. That the oppression under which he suffered. And that he was able to Work. Really. The long fourteen, sixteen hour days, and he sent all four of his children to. The same was true for John Lewis. Parents. To to be able to send him to college and to invest in their very bright. Beautiful boy and so then they were so upset with him. When he decided, he wrote to Martin Luther King Martin. Luther King was so impressed with his letter that he invited him to come up and participate in the movement and they didn't want him to do it. Because they were afraid for him, of course. And they were also afraid that. Would come and take their land. which was a real possibility in something they'd worked so hard for. But John Lewis knew. This was a cause bigger than him better than his family bigger than the threat. And so it was so important for me to. Share that with my eighteen year old son Doesn't have complete appreciation for all that we suffered to get to where we are now. And I told him I said Sweetie John Lewis was just five years older than you are when he stood on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and spoke the March on Washington is twenty three. Twenty three. So for my son I, think he he stood there in the sense of all. You know that this young man who was just a few years older than he is now. changed America. It's pretty extraordinary. Deanna duberry who went down with her son or this week to for the viewing of John Lewis I heard about that you know the heritage of you talk about your grandfather and the the national heritage of of Representative Lewis the time in the car I'm sure there was the board and whatever else like that. But it also must have been a wonderful sharing time for the values in in history of your family and your beliefs being with your son on this that itself must have been awfully special and and I suspect the great. Of you to teach and mentor. Yeah, it was so special and my son was as many of your listeners probably know I lost my mother to pancreatic cancer last year moved both of my parents here with me to Rochester and it was our intention for us all to live together in this home and just years two and a half years after. We moved here my mother. Developed pancreatic cancer and was gone within two and a half months. but my mother was so invested in Ethan. My oldest son so invested she prayed for him. She poured all that she had into him and I explained to my son I said your grandmother had to come home every weekday from school and pick cotton. Every day. She did her homework and she picked cotton. Do you know how long her days were? And then for her to be able to not only finish school because schools were segregated and so her high school the Black High School was eleven miles away. So it was such a sacrifice. because you know they didn't have a car. To be able to get. Their children to school and so for her to not only graduate from high school as Valedictorian within to go onto college and I said, do you realize the sacrifices she made for us? Because life was so much better for me because I was raised by college educated mother. and. So I'm trying to pour into him and appreciation for the struggle that it took. For us to get where we are for the shoulders on which he stands. And you know that's that's sometimes tough for teenagers but you know I I really do think it was worth a sixteen hour trip to do that. I've gotTA run but it is it is a delight and inspiring moving to light to be able to listen to you. I so appreciate you taking US via your talents on that trip with us and thank you for the wisdom. Sorry to take so much like a top for two hours. If he could tell, you're always welcome and a thanks to your ongoing and continued service to our community over channel ten we so appreciate it. Thank you take care pop you to publish mimets Deanna duberry anchor at a channel ten. This is Newsradio wham eleven eighty. I'd like to apologise Sam Schreier for whatever reason maybe go long time, and so this segment is very, very short. I used to be my nickname. We'll stop. We've got taught how they newscast will be back after that with mark a seaney coming up on newsradio WAM eleven eighty..

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"dewberry" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

08:14 min | 4 months ago

"dewberry" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Circles a powerful keenly intelligent man with just a wonderful a mind and way of communicating what was on his mind again, Herman Cain has died today at seventy, four of covert and again, people will naturally ask about somebody's appearances here of late including with President trump at that. Tulsa rally. wherein be joined by a great anchor Well, beloved in this community over Channel Ten is Deanna duberry good morning ma'am. Welcome to the show. Good Morning. How are you? Good. I. So apologize for intruding in your morning I. Know You're busy being a mom and everything else and you know there's just been kinda thrown at you. So first all I appreciate your time in forbearance, you're a very nice person. Well. No apologies needed. It was certainly what I'm here to talk to you about was an experience and I'm more than willing to share you and your son took a trip here the other day. Please tell us about ma'am. We did so my son is graduating from high school, and as you know for our graduating seniors, this has been a really trying time and so I wanted to do something special with just the two of us. And when I saw that there was going to be the public viewing and a chance to pay tribute to a great leader in credible patriotic American in someone certainly who has made such and all of our lives and that's a representative John. Lewis. I said, you know what Kiddo we'll make a day trip. and. Because I'm from the big state, of Texas, where an eight hour drive. Absolutely. Nothing we decided to go ahead do it and we I'm so glad we did I'm exhausted but I am so glad we did now I want to tell you what the environment was like. It was hotter and NBC than I've ever seen it. You know and I used to visit the pretty regularly this was. Amazing and and and and I'm speaking Texan who's used to heat but it was air temperature, seven degrees and horrible humidity. So it was a heat index well over one hundred. And so my son and I drove eight hours and then we. Want according to my watch a little more than two miles, and then we waited in line for another two hours and it was during that time that I got to talk to these extraordinary people. Of course, we're all wearing our masks but I am always journalist I don't turn it off. And I got to talk to extraordinary people there with their children and National Public Radio journalist who is right in front of me and she was there with her eight year old and her eight-year-old went to the line was so long to play with other children they brought a car game and they were sitting there on the steps of the Capitol as we were waiting playing this card game and I looked at those children and they were children of every race and creed. Sitting there. Waiting to pay tribute to John Lewis. and that was absolutely the embodiment of history. You know he and Martin hoped for the sons of former slaves the center, a former slave owners would sit together at the table of brotherhood and there they were. I was watching it happened right before me I got a beautiful picture of US children all playing together, and they'd become fast friends over the two hour wait in line. So our in line we're all talking and I talked to a man from Virginia. He was late seventies and this was an extraordinary line. To wait in a white gentleman seventies. Waiting. In this line and I said, why is it so important for you to be here and he said, where else would I be? which I thought was extraordinary. So we waited in this to our line which surprisingly considering the length of the line moved pretty quickly and they had his body with a a row of gorgeous white flowers. And and then to members of the military on either side. And the coffin was flag-draped and it's at the top. Of the steps on the east side of the Capitol, and then they had several lines of us where you could stay there in front of the Capitol for in front of the casket for some time as you. Soaked in the moment and prayed for him and pay tribute to him. And you know we've all been talking and and you know just kind of Chatty for the two hours that we're in line, and then as you arrived right there in front of the steps on that side of the Capitol, it became hushed. and. Then this woman who was obviously Obviously professionally trained she sounded like she was either a lyric soprano or a Coloratura which highest voice part. started singing swing-low-sweet-chariot. Oh I just got chills. It was so. Beautiful. into. Look around in that line and to see people every race color and creed who had waited two hours in the heat. I thought it was especially poignant for his fraternity brothers to be there. So he was a member of five eight of sigma. Their colors are blue and white, and they were all there in their royal blue jackets with the sigma insignia on it full suits and ties. And their jackets. In over a hundred degree. Heat And so I talked to them about why it was so important for them to be there in a suit. And they said we needed to give this man to respect that he's do. And I don't care how hot it is. We are going to put on a suit. To honor Congressman Lewis and then there were probably about forty or fifty of them and they all join hands and they sing the fraternity chapter him standing right there beneath the casket it was. Amazing to witness it was amazing. Well, worth eight hour drive. It's usually about a seven hour drive but as most of New Yorkers no highway eighty, one can be a bear and so we sat there for about an hour and a half. So it took us a bit longer to get there. It was so. Worth it I would be no other place I'm with that fellow from Virginia that I talked to you, there was no other place to be that day. Was Really really beautiful. We're speaking with Deanna do Beria Anchorage Channel Ten she and her son couple days back when down to Washington. DC. To pay their respects as a representative John Lewis as lay their in state. On the steps of the capital of the United States now here's the deal. The this was I presume not some flip decision by you. You of course have been fighting cancer for some time now and it's and it's it's a real fight and yet you. Our sixteen hours on the road two plus hours in the heat you you were invested. I was invested yes and I've been fighting cancer for two and a half years. Now I am now in a clinical trial I have two more treatments and I'll be finished My last treatment I think is August nineteenth, and so what a blessing that is just was not something that I took lightly I checked of course to make sure that DC code list before we went on new the link of the trip but it was worth it for me to be there and here is here is there's always a a bump in the road there's. With me I mean nothing is ever easy while I was there on Monday Monday afternoon the governor added..

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"dewberry" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

08:12 min | 4 months ago

"dewberry" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"To diminish our respect and confidence in our election system, how foolish are we to do the same thing right and so? I. Don't care who you are and I. Again, I you know trump is is though The name that's on the line I can vote for but. And I'm GonNa vote for him. But whoever you are, whatever your party, whatever your fears, whatever your aspirations a we will have an election on election day and under the system established by our Constitution. The Electoral College We will select a president and we will play by the rules and we will not intimate or suggest that the rules are fungible. Right because it, we should all read a lot more history. When the rules are fungible, which means that there aren't truly rules. People. Don't sort things out at the ballot box they pick up their gun or their sword or whatever they're going to do and they they settle issues of national direction and structure in that way. And we for getting close not at two hundred and fifty years have not done it that way. We have believed in again a system of laws based since seventeen, eighty, nine upon a constitution. So God bless trump you know he's my guy, but this was unnecessary and foolish and Joe. So we're all on the same sheet of music here. we don't delay elections in America and at a time when people have great anxiety, right? I honestly the covert thing is being used to strangle us the race war thing is being used to stranglers We got frigging mystery seeds in the mail from China. There's you know there's a lot of stuff. It just has people on edge. And when people are on edge, if you are a leader either officer in a family or by any other means. Than Your job is to speak calm and to help things a simmer down because we are better and stronger when we come in simmered down. but to throw on top of the current tumult and there is significant tumult right now to throw on top of that the notion of Oh yeah. Well, we might have mighty ninety meal to have the election because you know the Democrats systems all crooked with all the mail in votes. that's not the way you do it. And you you are. You are encouraging the upset the other way do it if you're the president I states if you honestly think. That all this mail in vote crap is crooked. Then provide an alternative come up with a different suggestion, right so anyway, in to eleven eighty call up and re me for not being a sufficiently loyal to trump right after these words on Newsradio Ham eleven eighty. Anymore. Here's a deal forty years from now I'm going to die and the rolling stones will still be on tour I i. have no doubt Gem. Thank you for calling. To two to eleven eighty, you're on newsradio eleven eighty. Yes by that was not the rolling. Stones. was. I'm sorry this again, that's an insight into how dumb I am are go ahead money. You, kind of clarify your stance a little bit since I called but my question is that he's thinking about changing the election and he's trolling twitter with that information. Sent troops into American cities. What would it take for trump to do to? For you to pull your support from him. I. I that's a good question I'll and I'll answer it. I don't accept your characterization of troops into American cities What was the other in the other was the delay the vote was. Just to. The election and sending troops. Well here's the thing and I don't WanNa be a jerk towards the candidates of your party whatever like that but I it's. I look at Joe Biden and nothing if it was the Joe Biden of ten or fifteen years ago when he was kind of a moderate and he was though again, not the sharp sky in the Senate none the less capable competent person I. think that he might win by a landslide and I think that I could go to bed at night and not to have too many nightmares beret now, I'm just as as a conservative person I'm nervous about the alternative for the country saying and I recognize that's not a compelling pro Tom. Arnold. But I think that's kind of where I am but wh- what what do you say to that? How how do you solve my problem? I I'm not sure either but the last two presidential elections have not been good choices for the Democrats that that are Middle Road Democrats. I'm not sure what the answer is that slam collins gets them insight. Yeah. But right now and I'm not I. Know Everybody says this. The and I don't you know I will vote for trump and lie people for Biden. But right now we have two very, very poor choices. If you think about it, you know I've been a third party. Voter for several presidential elections but there's nobody viable this year that's GonNa. You know do anything to affect the outcome of the election voting for a third party. This year would just. Turn it over to trump I believe. You know which for people like me would be fine. Please vote third party and the thing on trump. Trump as an individual in. Their times when bothering me other times, you know I feel very good about him. But my my thought is that in the whole, his administration has done a lot of good things. I think that he will bring in or an organization you to present a largely Republican view, which will do things that are largely good for the country. I. Think his administration has been very it's been a rocky road because of him but I think it's been good for the country because of the policies of administration. So I would take more of those policies even though I have to continue the pay the price of occasionally he does stuff like today. that. Point from my Republican family members and friends also what they're thinking. Yeah. Jim Thanks for the call buddy. I appreciate it I am I if I go on weak in the knees or Democrats. Do you have a a perspective where to two to eleven eighty great to hear from you right now what the station is about news with todd how they up next on newsradio eleven eighty could. All Kings died at age seventy, four in Atlanta Georgia, his hometown of covid nineteen, he went to the. Trump rally in Tulsa he also was at a a few other public events in that time frame. Earlier this month he was. Diagnosed with covert at eight, seventy four he has today passed away He had a a presidential run shortly. His big issue was a tax reform. You may recall nine, nine, nine was what he did. He went to I think morehouse a traditionally Black College He went off, got his masters I think purdue and he became businessman ran. A. Food. Service. Businesses for awhile became leader of like some Association of Food Service businesses. As I recall nationally, he was the president of the Federal Reserve Bank I believe in Kansas City you're someplace in the mid West and he rose very prominently in conservative. Republican.

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"dewberry" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

08:20 min | 4 months ago

"dewberry" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Happens anytime another hour with Bob Laws Bury starts now on newsradio WAM eliminating Brad appreciate that troops I likewise appreciate you showing up for Muster I. Hope All is cool copacetic on your end. This. Little dropping the phrase today by President Trump. It raising the issue the possibility of a delay of the election. Let me read to you as tweet which he posted almost exactly two hours ago now at eight ten. Eastern Time A. Am. Quote Mail in voting is already proving to be a catastrophic disaster even testing areas are about Sorry it's a wrong tweet. Finding here. Yeah. This this is this is one after that at eight, forty six. So hour and fifteen minutes or so. here's what Donald Trump tweeted with universal mail in voting not absentee voting, which is good. Twenty twenty will be the most inaccurate and fraudulent election in history and era inaccurate and fraudulent are in capital letters continue with the president's tweet quote it will be a great embarrassment to the USA delay the election until people can properly securely and safely. An three question marks. this is the third time. I. Think that someone associated with the administration has sort of dropped that little pebble in the pond of Vice President Pence I mentioned a while ago Jerry, Kushner, the son-in-law who so prominent at one point bit ago said, it was too early to know if it would be necessary to delay the election. Here's a deal This is not correct. The president should not have tweeted. This is defenders already in line of said, it's just a question he's not saying we're GonNa do it but you know you don't have to be all that smart to understand that those words from this man in these times there's GonNa be a reaction and you know what it does is is it It makes it harder for him to win the election because one of the fears is that this guy, you know plays completely outside the rules and just trying to grab power illegally you know, and thus when you talk about delaying election, it doesn't allay those fears. But as a as a practical matter, could the election be delayed? the election for President United States could not be delayed by an action of the president of the United States. Election Day theoretically could be changed by the Congress. If you could get the Senate Republican and the House Democrat to agree to changing election. Day? You could theoretically do it. it would cause a a hailstorm of confusion and difficulty because you know we've known election days date for quite a while now, and a lot of states have made a lot of plans built a that. But let me just say this even if you did change the date. what would be the impact and we'll just talk about one race for the the presidency. the Constitution decided to address the a election date for president. But the Constitution does address the term of the president. So to folks at the trump White House my understanding would be that Donald Trump stops being the United States on January twentieth, Twenty Twenty One Whether there's an election or not I mean with one obvious exception. If we hold a vote and as I hope even on troubling days like this. The Donald Trump is reelected than his term will end you. It's a burst of four. You had your four now you want another one. Okay. Now that's why we have the oath again. Okay. 'cause you are sworn in again and your second term will begin, but the Congress can't change the constitution. I mean not now and then the constitution could be amended by the state legislatures or by of votes of the people in the various states, right so the the term of Donald Trump. WILL END ON. January. Twentieth. Okay. So whether you if hypothetically Yukos's delay the election or say there wasn't an election, right? So trump would cease being president who would become president. Well, the vice president likewise would cease being vice president, his term being a direct overlay of the president's what would occur then. Why I'm ignorant. But I would bet that probably it'd be a a Nancy Pelosi. Know. Todd Todd got the answer none wall she her term would have expired to, and if there was no election of president there probably wouldn't have been an election for the house either, right? Well, that's the assumption you make. Right. So her term would have expired everybody in the House of Representatives their term would have expired. Okay. So the only person in line for the presidency at that point would be the most senior senator whose term didn't expire present pro tempore right? If his his or her term had not expired by that time if there's no House vote, right? Very good. Thank you. It's Todd Halladay there and So the upshot is that. It's dumb thing you won't keep trump in office it. Only seeks to upset and excite people, and one of the responsibilities of any person holding public office is to sustain the system by which they govern not as an individual, but the institution by which they govern their oath of course, is to the constitution and you know that said many times. Understood almost never but there is this moral and. Intellectual obligation to support the systems and structure that the constitution creates to include of course election. Day. Am I, a big fan of giant mail-in votes is not it, but there is a system and you must accept and support as the legitimacy of the system and you must if you're going to be a leader in courage others to likewise support that system and believe in it. To be a leader of a system while simultaneously trying to diminish public confidence in that system is not wiser good. The same principle that makes us look at. So many of the Democrats who are attacking the history and heritage of the United States and you know chastise them for debasing the esteem of America in the eyes of Americans, the same principle would apply to in this situation potentially a president, our president trump who might be. Saying or doing things that diminish or demeans public confidence in our system of elections, and here's the point I want to make One of the things that the Russians have tried to do honestly since the nineteen twenties and they got caught doing in the last election is try to destabilize and diminish again, public trust in the integrity of of elections. They do that because they know that creates discord in our populous and weakens us as a nation per chance one day to the point where we could be subjugated even conquered right? and so if that's what our enemy.

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"dewberry" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"dewberry" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

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"dewberry" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:29 min | 5 months ago

"dewberry" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The green light for a variety of businesses to reopen as we've been telling you since March people here in southern California have had to improvise their workouts awesome we have to jump back and waiting over two and a half months even went to Arizona to work on a weekend there are movie theaters and bars also coming back today but not in Los Angeles county where health officials say it's still too soon if you plan on going to your gym or any other re open a business in southern California you might want to wait a little while I've been thinking about it a lot because I have to make those decisions for myself and my family as well I'm going slow I'm hesitating so I'm not going to be the first or even the tenth person into one of these new venues opening up I've always felt that it's best to lay back a little bit watch what happens click for doctor David Barron says it's a good idea to check with management of the jam of the other venue you want to go to about what safety precautions they have in place Pasadena police have an active investigation under way now into a nursing home that was shut down by the state last night the golden cross healthcare assisted living facility this is on fair oaks is already had more than one hundred cases of coronavirus and has seen eight deaths from the disease Pasadena spokeswoman Lisa dewberry Intel's KNX there have been problems with the management of the center for weeks working with our health department or fire department police department city attorney we're really trying to make that right decision to help the residents that were echoed in class but it got to the point last night with the state asked us to intervene and we had to relocate approximately sixty of the residents there to other facilities fortunately none of them require hospitalization the residents were moved out by a fleet of ambulances to revise your ad to Morongo casino resort and spa in Cabazon easing quarantine our home after testing positive for the corona virus the riverside press enterprise reports the man's job does not put him in contact with the public he has no symptoms eleven coworkers who been in contact with him are being tested and are also self isolating after a pandemic related shutdown Morongo re opened three weeks ago that's a new slowing on the southbound six oh five because of some debris on the roadway on your Beverly Boulevard we're on top of it we will check your driving less than four minutes it's ten eleven it's time to go back to work there's a lot to do we have things to make stuff to build cargo ship customers to serve so grab a five hour.

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"dewberry" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:40 min | 6 months ago

"dewberry" Discussed on WRVA

"Trumbull Pat Patterson rob Albright and Brad Gillie we are thrilled to be bringing you coverage of the folds of honor Q. T. five hundred you're from A. M. S. in Hampton Georgia and as we referenced earlier in the broadcast it was March fourteenth the last time we were at the plant a motor speedway scheduled to run this very race and by that time NASCAR finally decided along with every other major sport that it was going to be a no go and that was the start of the pandemic and the corona virus and the rest is history and the impact that it's had on this country I don't know if we will ever get back to where we were but NASCAR being back the racetrack mark Garrow it's a huge step in the right direction no question about that dog and of course we've heard talk that maybe in the coming weeks little bit by little bit the fans will be allowed to come back to the race track under certain protocols just as we have to follow I had to come to the race track but they're looking forward to that day in the meantime the one thing they do know they can tune into the radio they can watch their TV and and certainly can watch the event weeks our sports heroes to put themselves on the front lines of the social injustices that scatter this country of ours it's nearly impossible for some to just be athletes now more than ever it's important we keep listening keep learning and most of all keep the conversation going now here is that land a boater speedway Kaplan John dewberry with today's invocation last four eight but I pray for our country had apparated to our country to be a cut today shows unity love and.

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"dewberry" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:43 min | 7 months ago

"dewberry" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Seventy two degrees in Deltona testing site is open there today seven if you want to know if you actually had corona virus a covert nineteen antibody testing site is now available in central Florida the city of dewberry announced on their Facebook page today that antibody testing is available at Gina medical group in orange city you don't even have to get out of the car just drive up and they'll test you to see if you had a corona virus the whole process it takes about ten minutes and we'll have the results immediately Randy Hastings news ninety six point five W. D. BO SpaceX's starship spacecraft has passed another key test CEO Ilan musk tweeted last night the prototype successfully completed a cryogenic proof test that proves the starship can withstand high pressure which can be an issue in space previous prototypes had failed this test in the past the ultimate goal of the starship program is to build a human settlement on Mars and watch out for more alligator sightings between now and about June is Gator mating season here in Florida and those reptiles can get pretty ornery during this time yeah that's what they sound like sightings of aggressive Gators are already being reported the manatee county sheriff's office shared a photo on Facebook a nine foot mail that was caught and relocated to their farm after being aggressive with traffic it's seven oh three eight news at a six point five W. DDL this hour of the day the show is brought to you by all state with an Allstate agent you get a local expert and help finding the best coverage for you plus when you bundle home and auto you can say so call your local Allstate agent today are you in good hands over half of all men suffer from ET or.

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"dewberry" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

09:01 min | 7 months ago

"dewberry" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"We would like to do an episode that might tie into that I love comedy in company history said and I already had many people on my list we we were like here is a gigantic list of things that we have wanted to talk about for a long time yes so this is a very easy kind of fits and it made perfect sense these this is probably an episode that would happen regardless but in this case it is sponsored by CNN we are going to talk about the grand Dame of American comedy Lucille Ball she you know was incredibly famous she worked in modeling radio and film but of course really made her mark in television and her work really set the standard for the TV sitcom going forward we also have a little bit of a milestone on this one it's the nine hundred episode of this show yes we haven't been on all of those Oakley and a very very few of them very tiny few from way back in the archive our reruns but nine hundred is a lot of a lot of apps it it makes me realize that you know in less than a year we will be at a thousand and we should plot something high no I it's I have I have no input that into the universe and I'm gonna feel stupid when we're in the studio and I go oh crap this is the thousand what is in it and I haven't planned anything what we're gonna I put in the universe so I won't forget maybe after we record I should do a little math figure out exactly when that was happening will be about a year from now minus a week right ishe huh so you want to just happen to Lucille Ball story yes because I love her me too Lucille Desiree ball was the first child of Henry derail ball he went by habit and Desiree hunt ball when he was born on August sixth of nineteen eleven her family was not wealthy and had he was an electrician moved them from place to place looking for work when Lucy was still a small child he found a position in Michigan working for Michigan bell company as a lineman but the stability that the job offered the family was really short lived and completely undermined when had died of typhoid fever in February nineteen fifteen this undoubtedly jarring events was recalled by Lucille Ball later in life as her first memory and when she had talked about it a rude about it she would literally go into great detail about like the things that were on the wall in a bird that was that she saw the time like she remembers that moment so clearly or remember trash say in addition to the loss of Harold Lucille's mother Desiree was also dealing with the fact that she was pregnant with the couple's second child and she was facing a really uncertain financial future and she decided to move back to Jamestown New York which was weird the balls had been living with Lucille was born after the birth of Lucille's brother Fred Desiree started working in a factory to try to make ends meet see also met and started dating a man named ed Peterson Peterson and Desiree got married but once again what seems like a situation that might offer the family some stability instead ended up causing deeper fractures in the family so the did not want to be burdened with children and so he and Desiree moved to Detroit's without Lucille and Fred and the children didn't even get to stay together Fred moved in with his maternal grandparents and Lucille moved in with ed Peterson's parents who were basically strangers to her in the Petersons were very very poor and they were really pretty strict with their new step granddaughter after several years of this arrangement Desiree and ed moved back to Jamestown once again so the children had their mother back M. Lucille really always wanted to be in show business I saw one thing I think it's part of the package of her Kennedy center honors you're gonna talk about later that said that every spring time she tried to walk from their house to Broadway and of course to make it but at the age of fifteen she left high school and she started drama school in New York City at the John Murray Anderson Robert Milton dramatic school after begging her mother to consent to let her do this but though it's hard to imagine the legendary red head which is not her natural color and we'll talk about that as well struggling to stand out she really did not fare well at drama school she was a little too nervous and really struggled to make a name for herself later she would describe this time of her life saying quote only learned in drama school was how to be frightened the school even wrote to Desiree to let her know that her daughter was really way too shy for the stage as a point of trivia Betty Davis with school sametime yeah yeah Lucille Ball was definitely in awe of her so you can imagine if you're already a little uncertain and then you have Betty Davis who was by all accounts a powerhouse you'd kind of probably don't feel like making a a really big move to try to stand out but while Lucille did leave drama school she chose to stay in New York and she adopted a new stage name which was Diane Belmont and less than a year after her failed started drama school she was booking modeling jobs she modeled clothing for the Vienna born designer Hattie Carnegie who I would love to also do an episode on at some point later Chesterfield cigarettes booked her for modeling gigs including rather large scale campaigns which got the attention of Hollywood producers so after a few years working as a model in New York she decided to make her way to Hollywood to transition into acting she also changed her hair from its natural chestnut brown blind justice she had managed with her modeling career after leaving drama school but again that's a big acting gigs rather quickly although many of them in her early career were and credited starting in nineteen thirty three she worked at times as a golden girl and this was a stock a group of young women who danced and entertained to appear in and promote new films for Samuel Goldwyn so it's thirty three that movie was Roman scandals which is a picture with a plot about a young man from western Oklahoma dreaming that he was in ancient Rome and the golden girls in this particular film were featured as Roman slave girls other and credited work included appearing as a showgirl in the nineteen thirty formula reduced as a nurse and carnival in nineteen thirty five and as an extra in the slapstick version of The Three Musketeers starring the comedy team the Ritz brothers it was a continue to take small parts she had a reputation for never saying no because she knew she had to make ends meet and she finally got a more substantial part in nineteen thirty seven stage door which is a story about a group of aspiring actresses living together in a boarding house also featured in the cast were Katherine Hepburn and Ginger Rogers a couple of you know people no one's heard of snow they're not in nineteen forty Lucille played the role of bubbles third billed after mark Maureen o'hara and Louis Hayward and a picture called dance girl dance while the movie is far from her most famous work it did have a significant impact on her life the movie's story centered around a troupe of dancers and while Judy played by Marino Hera longs to become a ballerina bubbles act was burlesque the two were also rivals in love in the two actresses enjoyed playing up their competitive but friendly relationship yeah when it came time to film of a fight scene between the two characters the production actually allowed an audience to attend and they charged admission but they donated that money to charity and after the fight was over the ladies went to the studio commissary together for lunch because they really were friends and it was there that Lucy met does it area as best darkness does your nose and she would later say of their meeting it wasn't love at first sight it took a full five minutes the actors in the Cuban bandleader appeared together involves next maybe too many girls and their time working together on the picture spread their courtship along those who are close to Lucy advised her to stay away from desi moves pieces of advice were completely pointless aren't as he was just twenty three at the time had a reputation for dating a string of ladies but W. Lucy fell in love and got married within a year their wedding was on November thirtieth nineteen forty and it wasn't long after the marriage in nineteen forty two that Lucille Ball died her hair the signature red that she would be known for the rest of her life having done so at the suggestion of movie studio MGM for her role in dewberry was a lady the shade however would shift enough from that original red but two more aper cartoon they're not for several years before we get to the next big step in his career we're going to pause for a word for me fantastic sponsor.

"dewberry" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:29 min | 7 months ago

"dewberry" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Community in New York City he was a big shot bar director at the mobile focal restaurant empire now he's gotten into the non alcoholic beverage movement and has written a book all about cocktails but that's not all my name is John dewberry what's on your wordpress first community foundation a nonprofit advocacy group that works to address our quality of life issues in the restaurant industry they raise funds to help low wage workers in the business at last year we we wanted to raise thirty thousand dollars and we raced forty then came cove it it put restaurants as we know them out of business and there are fears many will not come back fundraising for those who worked in them went into overdrive and the public responded ones of your grades were somewhere around like two point seven million dollars in the last four weeks two point seven million dollars in four weeks he and other board members also successful veterans of the business are happy they are able to do something for their colleagues in this awful time when you were in a give and then when you're the beneficiary of the degree of success and privilege and and lock that there is a sort of a moral obligation to to work to make life better for people and they've still got a lot on their plate difference makers I'm Mike Sugerman WCBS newsradio eight eighty difference makers on WCBS eight eighty is supported by New York community bank in the NYC be family of bank serving the needs of our communities in good times and bad since eighteen fifty nine six twenty to at W. C. B. S. we are awaiting president trump's evening news conference on the coronavirus task force at the White House actually areas at the podium now let's go live to watch the conversation with the leading faith leaders of our country it went extremely well we learned a lot I learned a lot in while working on some things that are very interesting very positive I thank them all for being on the call and yesterday we unveiled detailed guidelines for America's governors to initiate a phase safe and gradual reopening of America that's what's happening the guidelines provide governors with the fact driven and science based metrics they will need to make the decisions that are right for their own particular states to view the guidelines you can go to the.

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"dewberry" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:48 min | 8 months ago

"dewberry" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Work zone in hazel park the I. seventy five northbound ramp to six ninety six westbound that's closed until early November in the Atacama group twenty four hour traffic center I'm Katie W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty and the accu weather forecast now from accu weather meteorologist Brian Thompson all things are quiet for the time being but we will see some showers and thunderstorms develop over the course of the evening some of those storms could be severe but hail damaging winds and heavy downpours perhaps even an isolated tornado will be mostly cloudy through the night we'll see a low down to fifty two mile tomorrow with intervals of clouds and sunshine a pretty nice day with a high of sixty seven hours to get into tomorrow evening that we will have some showers around will be rather cloudy alone you're forty windy and colder on Thursday with some sunshine a high of forty eight blustery and chilly Friday with a good deal of clouds and a high of forty six and then heading into a Saturday not as much wind sunshine will give way to clouds with a high Saturday of fifty three right now it's sixty eight degrees in Ann Arbor sixty five at metro airport but fifty three downtown Iraqi about the B. to religious Brian Thompson on W. W. JT nine fifty traffic and weather on the eights and take us with you on the go download the radio dot com app and favorite W. W. J. corona virus hits metro Detroit comprehensive local coverage around the clock newsradio nine fifty W. W. J. W. W. JT used time now five ten newsradio nine fifty city beat reporter Vickie Thomas telling us they're hitting the road to help the homeless and those in need of recovery services during the pandemic of roving recovery unit hitting the streets of Metro he tried to help those in need what a recreational vehicle that has been transformed into an outpatient unit it's more like a triage unit zero dewberry is president and CEO.

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"dewberry" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"dewberry" Discussed on WRVA

"News radio WRBL news room I'm mad downline first results is starting to come in at this moment there were some unopposed local races delegates Betsy card aloris McQuaid alone my bag be all Democrats all going back to the house of delegates of course it's the contested races here that are going to make the difference tonight to get a handle on turn out you have to compare the selection of twenty fifteen the last time we elected an entire general assembly and local officials registrars here in the greater Richmond area saying we surpassed those numbers by four o'clock they've been some lines but nothing outrages I don't think just fill register Constance Hargrove there was a lot of interest in the Reich it with the state Senate in a couple of the state houses races also Michael register mark Coakley expecting it to be a late night this is been a twenty nineteen election update from the news radio W. R. VA news room I met them water we are on the path to twenty twenty I'm running for president president of the United States follow these people are crazy use radio W. R. V. A. back here on the Virginia sports radio network at the bill room at the grounds of the university of Virginia the poor said in and a big thanks to the staff here in our our wonderful fans that have joined us thus far art our final segment here with the head coach we gonna get into our Smithfield scouting reported just a moment but before we do that it's our boards head trivia contest a twenty five dollar boar's head resort gift card torch a host of boar's head amenities include board sets five bird would golf as well as in our property restaurants retail shops in hotel rooms who was the quarterback of the nineteen eighty five Georgia tech yellow jackets Cindy Hargrove's was the first to email in the correct answer and she's present and she's present yeah John do berry who is of course the owner of that dewberry hotel on the downtown mall he is the he was the quarterback in nineteen eighty five in it interesting little thing going on.