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"frank reynolds" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"You remember the roddy piper episode. I love the. I love that i was thinking about that. Show that they are way. Oh man what a great show. They're filming season fifteen. Now i know they. Do you see the green lit through season eighteen. Hell yeah and and when they announced it Mack who the creator of the show said would they pitched it. Originally they pitch it as a thirty six arts so neither halfway through that a man. I'm going to be a mess when frank kicks the bucket. He's not gonna make it to season thirty six. Dan the is not gonna make it. Yeah there's a t shirt. I saw that i got on my energy because i'm just not about. It's always sunny and the title cards. And it says. Danny devito is frank reynolds cop at immediately. I don't know why this doesn't get the fanfare that oh like seinfeld and curb get. I'm glad it doesn't mike because it's getting it and not only that but it crosses the line so valiantly that if they were made more mainstream it would cancel it would have been long time have got canceled for not getting ratings but cancelled like canseco. Tecate i feel like they figured out a way to do it man but maybe the way figure out how to do it was to not be too popular. That's that's the way because it's the stop that if you're looking at it intelligently you're like ed technically they're making fun of themselves or the these characters but the environment we live in right now is kind of zero tolerance for anything if you you can't be funny without even going places here. Maybe you're not that that's kind of people's attitude now so it it's in order for it to be successful has to be the thing i would say about. Always sunny the very first episode. They dropped the inward. Yeah like the very first episode. And and so i was just like oh my god. I'm hooked on this because they did it again in a very funny way but in a way that if you want it to be lazy you could say why guys say then. We're that's unacceptable. Cancel that show. I think people have a hard time outside of like legitimate criticism realizing that you are watching characters in. You're not supposed to like every character that you watch. And i think in that way always sunny in seinfeld actually have that in common. Where the crux of the show is that like. Actually these people are terrible and everything they do. Hers not want to be like redeeming qualities right not a single character on the show and doesn't even rickety cricket cricket cricket at the sort of. I mean he's got a little redeeming quality and in poor guy start but then he enters their atmosphere and is totally rickety cricket cricket got them and look at it feel the same way about sex in the city which bring up because we talked about last week because i watched that show. I'm watching it right now in the characters in it are appalling to me and so many of the things that they do like offend me. But i don't their characters in a show and third some larger thing happening that i'm still on board with that. I'm watching for some. I don't even know why. But i'm not watching it. 'cause i like any of them but i do think there are people that watch it. Because they're like. I wanna be a miranda i wanna be samantha and they kind of missed the picture. Which is that. There's these four vary entitled upper middle class white ladies walking around manhattan doing these absurd ridiculous things because it's entertaining and that's why you watch the show one thousand percent jessica. When that show is coming it wasn't. I wanna be i'm a miranda. I'm adelie they. Where ham on anything that sarah jessica parker war guess what was going to blow up the next week. Everyone's snore right now. In the south in the seaport with her stilettos on sale which has our own fashion line. Now manolas blahnik. That's how i know it was if she wore it on the show wise off the shelves. Yup like a a rachel in friends jennifer aniston like her whatever hairstyle. She had that instantly. So many people had the rachel. It's it's so crazy that i don't think people can understand the cultural phenomenon. These shows were at the time when it's like literally they do something and now everyone's doing it for the. Nfc comes out once a week. Wasn't even like something that was. I think what i like about always sunny is that it takes that genre. But m- pushed it to such an extreme where it the people are so unlikable that you can't possibly want to be like any of them but you know people like them so you keep watching it because they have taken the jokes so far that they're just disgusting and it's funny because i'm pretty sure a sexual offender he. He should be locked up in off all of his crimes. No no no no no might. It's the implication is going to happen. It's going to happen shen abuse. I mean just dennis system. They're bringing back with the reason why i was like about rx. Roddy piper got me thinking about birds of war. Because i was the episode where they go into pro wrestling and charlie put on his instagram. The other day he's dressed up as one of the birds of war they might be doing a call back and now it's always sunny. They did this a couple of times when they did. Ciardi mcdonagh's dennis episode to where they dip into their own salka. Because it's been around for so long. And i love that talks. Yeah the way. They just do shows for their fans at this point. You guys have been writing with us this entire way. We're going to give you like two episodes a season. That are just the tip of the head to the diehards the episode where. They do a callback episode. Where they're remembering all that stuff. But every scene has charlie in the background reports that that's how he remember they recall st. And it's like a game of telephone by the end of the dj's become an actual bird..
"frank reynolds" Discussed on WGN Radio
"America with the daring of our rescue workers with the caring for strangers and neighbors who came to give blood and helping any way they could. Chicago's afternoon news here on 7 20. W G N Well, you know all this week we've been Sort of listening to the voices of September 11th as we approach tomorrow's 20th anniversary, and one of the prominent voices is friend of mine, Lee Harris and anchor at 10 10 wins in New York and he was on the air anchoring live. At the moment of the attacks at the moments and hours of the attacks, and he joins us now, Lee welcome. Thank you, Steve. Good to be back on W g N spin A while. It's been a long while. Lee Harris and I worked together back in the days of Tribune radio networks, which would have been in the mid to late eighties and How long have you been in New York Have been in New York for 28 years. Okay, Um, take me to that day. A few questions, obviously about it. But take me to the start of it all and how it was that this That you came upon this information that this was happening. It was Tuesday Primary Election Day, not a very exciting one low turnout in the mayoral primary. It was kind of a foregone conclusion. We thought at the time how that would turn out So that was our top story until 8 46 When we started hearing noise on the police scanners, the police radio scanners in the newsroom that initially came across as a small plane had hit the World Trade Center. Even a small plane was obviously a big story. So we went immediately to wall to wall coverage with that, and that is what we were thinking until the second plane hit at 905. Then obviously We began to develop a whole new understanding of what was going on at first. You know, if that could have been an accident, somebody was sightseeing, not watching where they were going and hit the World Trade Center. When the second plane hit and we saw that it was not a small plane. Then we knew that we were dealing with something else. Yes, Fascinating. You describe it that way, Because I think I mean, that was my Experience here in Chicago, 1000 miles away. So many of us so far away had that sort of same. What exactly was happening? And it was sort of like, you know, we were drawn to a bang. So we were watching our screens. So we all saw the second plane go in. I was standing next to Orient Samuelson. Um And I said, Oh, that's not a small plane. I said this earlier in the week and he said No, it was not. And that's kind of when we realized. I mean what Was in your mind when that came to be well, Interestingly, I was talking to an eyewitness who was on the other side of the building, and I saw this happen on television out of the corner of my eye, and I wasn't entirely sure what I was looking at. And the thing that I said at that point that I went out on a limb with What's that? I said, This is obviously a terrorist attack and my logic there to the extent that I thought it through was that there was no other plausible explanation for this on a clear, cloudless they were talking to Lee Harrison Ankara, 10 10 wins, He was anchoring on September 11th 2000 and one When this happened, so you you realize it's a terrorist attack. What? What becomes your role there or your mission? Are you describing it for the people in the outer boroughs? Are you describing it as a dangerous situation for the people nearby trying to save lives or I'm interested in your view of of your role at that moment. Mostly traffic cop in that we had a lot of reporters out in the field, who were able to see it from various vantage points and one of our best sources was a salesperson saleswoman who worked for the station. Who had a balcony overlooking the site, and she was able to give us a very vivid descriptions and an interesting thing about her. Joan Fleischer. Is that because she was not a journalist? She wasn't you know, a trained journalist. She wasn't keeping her emotions in check. So you know the horror of the situation was evident just in listening to her. And it so happened that she was on the air when the first tower fell. And she screamed as a normal person would and as a reporter might not have, so I think in a in a sense, we were lucky to have her to convey What was going on, as opposed to a reporter who might have been trying to keep their composure at the time. Well, let me ask you about that. We're talking to Lee Harris here from 10. 10 wins. I'm thinking of Walter Cronkite wiping a tear away as John F. Kennedy was declared dead. I'm thinking of Frank Reynolds when some of the information was wrong during the Reagan assassination attempt. How did did you retain your composure through it all? It was there a moment when You nearly lost it. I had a sense of resignation that war had begun and that it was our job now to convey the information, including some point to point communications, asking all members of the police department who were off duty to report All members of the fire department doctors to report the hospitals, things like that. So, uh there was a job to be done. And I concentrated on that at the moment, As I think almost everybody who worked for the station and other stations did at that point, you know very often we're just here to entertain, amuse and kill time. But you know, this was the time that we were needed to do The thing that we always, you know, say that we're doing which is served the public. In much the same way about the police and fire departments were not that I'm putting us on that same level, but it was equally important in some regards to get the information out. If you watched the documentary I've been watching the National Geographic perhaps, uh, some of the others. The movie, the World Trade Center, you likely have heard my guests voice Lee Harris. Is featured prominently in many of those, especially the National Geographic documentary As he was the voice of New York 10 10 wins at the moment of the September 11th attacks. You know, Lee Um, here. Here we are. September 10th. It's a beautiful September day and I'm uh, I'm telling you, this is my favorite time of year. This is my favorite weather. But when we have days like this in September every time I think about where I was in the moments before it's it's odd, But I remember being on the water taxi coming to Tribune Tower in ignorant bliss of the Beautiful day. That's what I think of every time. There's a day like this. I have to admit I get a little nervous every time I see a cloudless sky. Especially if I'm in the lower Manhattan at the time. It still stays with you that way. Yeah. I mean, that association is really firmly planted in my head. Especially again, You know, often in the afternoon, I will take a bike, ride down to Battery Park and go past The site, which for many years was gaping hole as I would ride by it, and, you know, now we have the freedom Tower. But when I look up, I always want to see a cloud or two. Because I just have that association so firmly. I want to point out that at no point was I in the line of fire, which many of our reporters were. We had a couple who, uh, more nearly killed by falling debris. Our business reporter who evacuated the stock exchange and came back to the station about 34 miles away, showed up, covered in dust with a footprint on his back. Because he had been, you know, in a stampede at one point trying to get out of the stock exchange, So there were many people who had more direct contact with, uh, the situation that day. Then then I did..
"frank reynolds" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"Dean's list with Janice Dean, a school bus driver in Greenville, Texas. Helping 1/4 grader get used to her routine makes today's Dean's list. Nine year old Dylan Williams had never been on a school bus before. At Bella's mom, Umbria shared a video to Tiktok praising her daughter's accomplishment, she says, My daughter is visually impaired. Today was her first time getting on the bus. By herself. She did it and I'm so proud of her. Andrea says she's been taking Adele into and from Carver Elementary School for years, but had a change of heart. When Adele in Express, she wanted to go to school on her own. When a Delon came home from school, she had befriended her bus driver, Mr. Ryan and Bria recorded a snippet of Adele in and Mr Ryan and posted it on Tiktok. In the clip. Mr. Ryan had an umbrella opened for Adele and to protect her from the rain and walked up a concrete staircase and sidewalk with her one commenter wrote. They were brought to tears by the sweet moment. There's not many Bus drivers like him out there. He's amazing, Mr Ryan and Ellen. You both made today's Dean's list. Janice Dean Fox News. I'm guy Benson. It's Labor Day. And this is the best of the guy Benson Show back on the guy Benson Show Happy Hour Classic song Beer for my horses. And the meeting behind that will become very clear in just a moment. I saw this story over the weekend, and I'll just preface it by saying, I'm glad everyone is okay, but a Wyoming rancher named Frank Reynolds, I think belongs in this particular catalog. Unlike presents real American heroes Real American here I loved this ad campaign. From Bud Light, and they've changed it to real men of genius. And then I think we talked about it. They did one related to the pandemic anyway. Frank Reynolds.
"frank reynolds" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show
"Social media news. Olympic athletes are in. Tokyo will be sleeping in high tech one hundred percent. Recyclable beds made of cardboard germane to of cardboard to discourage athletes from having sex. Yeah you know. Because that'll little corona virus thing. Everyone seems to be talking about the one gymnasts though from ireland he posted anyone take back and i saw it where he was doing. Backflips in jumping around on it. So you can fuck on the cardboard beds. There wasn't cheap bill. I guess it's probably how many motherfucking athletes are going to the olympics. You've not every but it opens in two days and they keep saying you might be cancelled. How where do you go from there. Because they said they were up one hundred and fifty one hundred fifty five percent They were up in cases of corona. So do you think it's actually going to happen know. Some of our athletes aren't even going right there. Stepping back really was it. They're not gonna go and you look at it. It's a huge sacrifice for them because they've is and to have this and then they gotta make that choice where the they tied to just a di training just mom. I'm guessing it does. It's a shame possible. Death is a good deterrent unless hosting it is. Yeah unless you're the usa basketball team then you just yeah yeah we don't give away the dream team covert anyway just split. Nobody's dying from covert anymore. Thank god you know. People are getting sick but it's not as bad as it was and that's they joe in brand tokyo's little fuck it all. I'm sure but eventually to even out of sticky much longer and this is my joe. Joe's scientist know what is what is needed. You didn't get there by the huge trying to move onto a new story again. Stranded rancher survives on beer for two days. That's my guy hinge wyoming fifty-three-year-old rancher named frank reynolds got himself into a bit of a Trouble in a bind. When he rolled his eighteen dislocating his shoulder and breaking several. i'll he he was in pain relief the atv and was far and so far into the field that nobody could hear him scream but he did have some bottle border. Fuck that twelve pack of keystone light. Billy was ultimately kept him alive for two days. Frank wanted and waited for someone to find him only do one. Ken birmingham would get real drunk. Outfield is fucking ribs. It all of edgy neighbor tracked down. I got him to the hospital where he fully recovered expect before. Now that's not a keystone lake fucking commercial if you don't go out of your way of keystone light doesn't see that as a beautiful pr story. What kept you alive. He's don't like us you can live you live live live coors cores and they just look like deer coordinates like there should. Yeah that's why it's called actually to. I drink nancy beer. You drink your cores man. Go yeah i do i. Twenty five hundred cores light. Yeah well that's why because he's a drain hannigan symbol heineken. We'll fuck vacation. We'll fill you up though nine months. Go next talk soon so me the we ask weird news with that one go. You had a good one before. Would you wanna the one you had before you talking about. I don't know we raise it over here. Good but let me get. I have this. I have this also has We also have music music. Accompaniment high enjoyed this. I play some music.
"frank reynolds" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show
"It's not even close. And i found this show late in. It's over now. The wrapped it. Up on showtime but frank gallagher from shameless. Oh well some believable is. He's the worst human being in civilisation. Actually you're right. What an acting job he did with that he was really really good. I it was. I forget who is living in the front yard. Somebody was under the bill by. He'd say you still out here. Why don't you move somewhere else. Go find another garbage candle live in. I'd be. I'd be like oh my god. He's so mean frank gallagher. From shameless comes in third. Who what. Dad is worse than frank. Gallagher at bundy came in second. Yeah see i never watched. That show was he was a great show. And i'm ed o'neill i missed that number one the simpsons homer which homer simpson and even as a cartoon. You can't shut out your son every single episode. I would see. I got a problem with this. They put okay. Like mr wormwood from matilda. He was horrible. Danny de vito. He came in eighth. Darth vader is number ten. Come on you blow up. Your daughter's home planet. Got a rank was horrible. He jack torrance from the shining. Oh yeah come on. He was number sex. I don't we forget that. I i've never seen it's always sunny in philadelphia. Isn't even seeing that show. Danny devito came in seven. Th yeah yeah danny. Devito is on the list twice a bad dad. He was seventh and eighth is mr warmer. And then frank reynolds and then game of thrones charles. Dance i tie win. say it. Lancaster was nine. I never watched that show. I watched one episode and there was so much violence in was like beheadings. Don't what's it's like no can't watch star. Start off that show. God a more headlines. Talk about coming up next in this though From the sports world you wanna talk about why these soccer stars are so influential here. What cristiano rinaldo did to the coca cola stock. Wow it off table until people that drink water really that influential. I bet yes amazing. Gotta coming up next these self-loading morning show is.
"frank reynolds" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Was 450,000 initial claims, which came in at 444,000. This is the week of May 5th teeth for continuing this is the weekend in the eighth. We're looking for 3.64. This came in a tiny bit harder than expected not by much 3.751. At least 36 states have now reimposed requirements that recipients have to be actively looking for work to get unemployment benefits. Those were dropped earlier during the current virus pandemic and a lot of states are ending the extra $300 a week federal enhanced unemployment benefit. There's been another wave of Israeli military air strikes in Gaza today, with one Palestinian reported killed. Palestinian militants have fired more than 4000 rockets at Israel since last Monday, The House votes created commission investigating the storming of the capital, a bipartisan proposal establishing a 10 member commission to investigate the January 6th attack on the capital, One support from every Democrat and 35 Republicans in the House. We need a bipartisan commission. With experts who put country ahead of party House Homeland Security Committee chairman Democrat Bennie Thompson drafted the bill with his Republican counterpart, But House GOP leaders opposed the measure. In the top Republican in the Senate, Mitch McConnell says, I've made the decision to oppose the House Democrats slanted and unbalanced proposal at least 10. Senate Republicans would need to join Democrats to advance the measure on Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern Fox News Several people are arrested during protests in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, over the decision to not charge officers involved in Andrew Brown Junior's fatal police shooting last month, the county district attorney announced Tuesday an investigation by the shooting to have been justified. Police declared last night's protest to be an unlawful assembly to newspaper reporters were among those arrested and released. America's listening to Fox News. Oh, my God. Yes, you do when? Good morning from the access Wdun Hardy Chevrolet Newsroom and B. J. Williams. He's not giving specifics about his plans just yet. But state Senator Butch Miller confirms he has filed the paperwork with the state to launch a campaign for lieutenant governor. Gainesville Republican making the announcement just days after Lieutenant governor Jeff Duncan said he would not run for another term. Miller, who was first elected to office in 2010, serves as the president Pro TEM and the Georgia Senate. It looks like governor can't may soon decide whether to decide rather whether to suspend and indicted metro Atlanta sheriff GN ends Rob Stadler. With that story, be up to a three person panel to decide of Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill can still do his job. Following his indictment on federal civil rights violations. Campus appointed Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr, Burke County Sheriff Alonso Williams and Cherokee County share Frank Reynolds to analyze hills job status and report Back to the governor within two weeks. Hill was indicted last month on claims that county jail detainees were strapped to chairs for hours at a time last year, he has called the case against him politically motivated. Parents, students, members of the first sight county community gathered at a packed school board meeting Tuesday evening to talk about the district D E I plan that's diversity, Equity and inclusion. Bobby Donnelly, chairman of the Fur side County Tea Party, speaking out against it in things in the paper like transgender, Homecoming Queens, and D I and things like this. Everybody on this board If I'm not mistaken is Republican and it seems like our values. Our Republican values are not matching what we're seeing in our school system, Other speaking in favor of the plan, there was no action taken Tuesday. The news is not good when it comes to traffic fatalities on Georgia Roads certainly see an increase in fatalities on Georgia roadways. In fact, we're about 27% higher year today in the number of fatalities Garrett Townsend would triple A, says Georgia ranks among the top eight states that have seen increases in traffic fatalities this year. So far more than 600 people have died in Georgia Traffic crashes to date. There's more news it access w.
Georgia sheriff's official under fire for remarks on spa shootings
"Happened. J. Baker was relaying the investigators impression of interviews with suspect Robert Aaron Long, who told of a sex addiction problem, and he was pretty much fed up and it didn't end of his rope and I mean, if there was a really bad day for him, and this is what he did, But the comments were heard as insensitive and dismissive of the seriousness of the killings by some Asian American activist. Baker's boss, Sheriff Frank Reynolds, in the statement says Baker's words were not intended to disrespect any victims, and he points out Baker's strong personal ties to the Asian community. Baker, though, has been pulled from speaking further on this case.
8 People in Atlanta Killed in Potential Anti-Asian Hate Crime
"Now to the latest on the deadly shooting spree. A three Atlanta area spaz with eight people killed. The suspect in those shootings. Robert Aaron, Long is now charged with eight counts of murder, according to the news director of WSB Radio in Atlanta. Chris Camp who joined us on W. T O P. Not much is known about the suspect 21 years old. He is kind of just very nondescript, according to people who graduated from high school with him back in 2017. Just kind of a non descript fella, and just it was not out on social media with any kind of wild social media posts or anything like that, but just just very low key and someone who kept to himself Of the eight killed last night, seven were women, six were people of Asian descent. Whether it was a hate crime is still a question. Investigators are trying to answer. It's still early, but the indicators right now are It may not be Cherokee County, Georgia Sheriff Frank Reynolds. Police say Long has confessed to the shootings, but he told them he may have been motivated by a sex addiction. Long also says he was planning to go to Florida to carry out something similar against the porn industry. Investigators say they believe long had visited these spas in the past, even though the motive is not clear. At this point, the killings have had a chilling effect on the Asian American community, not just in Atlanta but
Suspect in Atlanta-area spa shootings might have intended more shootings in Florida, mayor says
"That the suspect in a serious of spa shootings in the Atlanta area may have been planning to come to Florida for more shootings. Eight people, including six Asian American women, died in the shootings. Cherokee County, Georgia Sheriff Frank Reynolds says those suspects family was helpful and cooperative in the arrest of their son. I was there speaking with the family, they're very distraught. Uh and they were very helpful in this apprehension. The suspect, 21 year old Robert Aaron Long has been arrested Florida Department of
Police investigate suspect's motive in Atlanta-area killings
"Police in Georgia are looking for a motive for the shootings at Atlanta area massage parlors eight people were killed most of the victims were of Asian descent sheriff Frank Reynolds says Robert Erin long may have been motivated by hate they don't know for sure yet but in talking to him he may have another motive sex addiction it may be targets of opportunity again we're we believe that he frequent these places in the past and things that may have been lashing out authorities also say long was planning to go to Florida in a plot to attack some type of porn industry Atlanta's mayor Keisha lance bottoms says regardless of the shooter's motivation it is unacceptable it is hateful and it has to stop this was the sixth mass killing in the country this year I'm a Donahue
"frank reynolds" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"But that blizzard was something and you remember The next day after the blizzard, the temperatures plunged and McCormick Place burned down. Yeah, that's right. For Larry that's often forget. Yeah, suspiciously, too. It's almost brand new. Yeah, it was bring you. In fact, they made Titanic like statements about it saying this is this is fireproof. It'll never hurt afterwards and Fire Commission said Hey, if anything gets hot enough, it'll burn. And that was that was, uh, wasn't a big problem. For most people, of course, is a snow storm, which took took days to get to dig out, you know? No, that was here was weeks to get back to normal. I mean, I I remember reading about it. Hearing it on the other side. Like I grew up Michigan. We had the Tribune the sometimes and watch the coverage from Chicago to we. We had the same storm. Obviously, over there, Erica, Thanks so much. Stay warm. Thank you very much for having me on John. Always a pleasure. Always a pleasure to have you. We'll have you back soon. I'm sure Snow 23 inches of it is on the ground in the South suburban area this afternoon. That was the grand total as of nine this morning that included another 2.8 inches that fell during the early morning hours. Now that does sound like Frank Reynolds to me, John Dempsey. I think so. I think that is Frank. All right, Let's get an update at 6 33. What do you think is next for Donald Trump? I'm predicting a My mega trump tour coast to coast and big venues. Maybe even outdoor stadiums can pocket that money. My mega 2021 or my mega 2022 tour brought to you by My pillow. My mega my pillow. Our next guest thinks the same. Let's get into that straight ahead here on Double D. Ls that snow has already started to fall in Chicago. The winter storm warning In a fact, let's get right to the W LS. Weather Channel forecast snow tonight 100% Chance of snow tonight 3 to 5 inches this evening. And if the snow isn't bad enough, how about those winds? The winds could occasionally gust over 40 miles an hour tonight. Making travel extremely difficult. Then tomorrow light snow in the morning transitioning to more snow in the afternoon temperatures tomorrow, nearly steady in the low to mid thirties. But it's also going to be windy again tomorrow so we could have 5 to 8 inches before it is all over. Right now. We have flurries asleep at Midway Flurries at O'Hare. Like snow in Aurora. It's falling just about all over the Chicago area right now. 32 with Lake 33 at Midway 32 degrees officially at O'Hare with a wind chill of 20. When questions I dots, which will be a plowing the the expressways and the Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation They are standing by the city has 280 salt spreaders ready to hit the arterial streets first. And then lakeshore drive before they attack the side Streets, some breaking news tonight, The Chicago Tribune is reporting that eight Mork cases of that highly contain just Corona virus variants. Have now been identified in Illinois. That means a total of nine cases of the variant. Have now been confirmed. In Illinois. All of them have been in Cook County, including in the city of Chicago. This variant was first found in the United Kingdom..
"frank reynolds" Discussed on What's Going On With AABE?
"So i drove this great. They have a lot of great professional development programs. And that can can't do some great international travel early on some programs. So i remember i was in switzerland. Doing this professional development program beckoned twenty ten eleven twelve timeframe ed. We had coaches as part of the program. And i remember talking to my culture and i had friends that are really asking about football and basketball. Some sport other things music. Whatever and i like all those things. I like a good game but i follow a team from day one two and so i felt really bad that i didn't have action if you will around stuff like but what we did through conversation recognize that might passionate about what we call the unleashed Potential on fashioned as about unleashing potential. And i feel like a magnet of sorts when i go into an organization is unpacking that potential. That's their right letting people know. Don't hold back that idea. Don't hold back on making that decision. Let me show you know the advice. Look the parameters fuels. You might need deficit or at central. Come up with that idea. Whatever his teaching undo some unis gilson so it's it that's what ours is really helping people succeed in the end of the day following our business. What is that. it's helping. Our business is helping our customers right. We're out of serving as an essential earth is helping our customers. Our employees are the very best that they can do coming up with the very best ideas do it's benefiting orange and so i'm all about anak potential Thank you for joining us for this episode of always bet on black. Next week we have shannon pierce vice president of growth and chief external affairs officer for south star energy services. And remember for all things you can check us out on our website. Www dot af dot org and follow us on social media. You can find us on. Facebook linked in and twitter..
"frank reynolds" Discussed on What's Going On With AABE?
"That does not value in that. I find that working really uncomfortable. If i'm to be honest. Because i'm actually really shy of introverts i actually don't like it And i've found for me that it's more palatable. When i go into it trying to figure out who i'm going to help that actually gets otherwise i really i would. I am absolutely the person standing in the corner sipping wanna drink and looking at the door in planning my exit quickly. We as possible nelson joke wrestler early on. Did you go to when. I was his assistant. I go to these events with him and he would do this outer loop thirty five forty but we may have to cut that out but everybody would have seen right arrow up all but so as an executive is valuable small lesson right because you go to a lot of Kids and wife. I like to spend some time with them. And so you know being there as much as you can scream. But it can't consumer-led i. I'm totally believe in our balance. Right definitely but i always wanted to be in a position to like you were to help you and i'm open opening helping anybody. That's the funnest part. Let's talk you started. Let's talk a little bit about work life balance as me and your dad. Two beautiful daughters a lovely wife. Love your little girls who seem to be growing up way to fast. But what is work life balance. Look like for you in your role. We always hear these conversations about work life balance for women and men. Don't go to the same thing. So i wonder if you share with us. What is after for you. Well you know. I i guess i try to make the best houston alan. I'm at my office that he actually. I'm taking the day awesome. Speak but we have family dinner every night. you know. it's a rare occasion that we're not at the table together having dinner together. It's very very important. Neither may be traveling or you know just might have an event but outside of that i would tell you. Eighty plus percent of the time were sent down every night and so. I'm good with making sure that happens. And if i need to walk out visas of any to get on the advert the owner. Whatever trees accessible ryan successful donnas in some latin. I'm good with getting back on later. In the evening justice make sure that providing classes feedback guidance. Whatever it might be at our that doesn't necessarily impact my family and at the same time. I'm very output. Emails in older way send pattern people during their time. I don't listen. I don't On saturdays every it has to be an agency for me to do that. Saturday's holidays quite. Frankly you know after our people on a friday. I'm not china. I want the people that are in our organization to that same were like balance that i myself tried injury and i you know i've always believed that but i certainly learned that. I used to work for the c. e. loads central maine our sarah and build a europe. I should like put our plans out there. But she travel and we want her actually be gone for a week or two and she really and told us to to develop people right Leader follower don't get on emails. I don't hang her. Leave people behind in charge and make sure you good. Enjoy your time your emmett and so you know i try to make sure i am aren't debt wisdom and use it myself on. Here's a ceo company that when she's gone she wasn't getting up early doing emails Out outgoing whatever. She was happy. So it can be done and i totally look to to make sure that i have that balance and as you said on these kids grow. Pass right one when i called you. Sixteen years ago nassar's driving right or or learning how to try and just happens to quickly so we need to make sure that. I have as much time as i can. So that's interesting when you shared with the president of central new power 'cause there it says a lot about her leadership in the amount of trust that she has in her teen when she checks out and sometimes a team struggles with relief or kind of checking out You know my approach. I'm not gonna checking out. But i'm very good at this. Actually is my decision and and people on my team will tell me tell you that they may send me something. And i'll say this is not my decision. What do you think we should do. You tell me as opposed to ask me because i want them to feel empowered. Feel for you to have a leader. Who kind of treated you guys that way. You know the world's not going to come to an end. And i'm gone and i know you guys got this. It's absolutely are on and i. I think you know part of the reason when a lot of once. I learned that article. You know who's got the monkey. It's one of the first things. I give the by sharing that article with people because it is all about letting them recognize helping them to recognize that they can teach people to do things that they themselves cannot do. They are our to make decisions in entrust that they will make the right decisions. I remember. i'm trying to think of the word was inspiration and inspiration and it takes on different connotations. But in this sense it was all about. What would you do about about. You be inspired do around in in so really trying to set again that that that culture where people aren't fire the act. I recognize early on that. I'm not gonna make all the is a family that i don't necessarily around right if you right and so i i definitely try to ensure we have a culture like that people have the confidence know know that else in terms of making those devices. When they make a sarah choose great choose grade can just reinforce that particularly again coming from her level. Ceo can do it every level Should so i think my last question for you. Frank is gonna be. What inspires you..
"frank reynolds" Discussed on What's Going On With AABE?
"And use Gone through for all. It's over for senate east and brought him in. He brought in a lot of mentoring until the coming really accelerated allowed learning across the company. Simple things that he implemented. Recognize evan on your term. Approximately eight loop to bring in and let me just take a minute to invite people who are listening that if they haven't heard our podcast with kevin walker. They should do that things. We talk a lot about mentor. Ship and service that you both sit share absolutely. Yeah so we only had Relationship pretty early on term you know recognize a similarities having the military but yeah he got the farmland informal mentoring coaches soviet coaches deliberate mentoring around professional development and extremely extremely helpful and then of course credible is still around are frankly in my life. He started move really on this trajectory in the basins due to be a friend mentor of throughout my twenty year career and then along the way a force through again more sometimes deliberately Allow informal mentors that had provided guidance. In in my case yet they come from a lot of different. Parts of the organization had a lot of senior Company but you know some police believe in the reverse mentoring view rates. I've had employees and has given me great advice. I remember early on. And you'll s right on by acadian you got in my mind's multitasking employees and black lacquer unum looking at blackberry nails in they're talking to the i got this back on the great but lack of such simple cheap. I pay attention. I'm talking to you and from that day on what i'm talking to employees. I'm talking until Him that multitasking is which we can't do right. Scientifically when we shan't so really just doing everything else exactly exactly so i. I believe in the power. Men's our mentorship. I had had a lotta great opportunity. I think it's a great learning opportunity to so many Aren't even draws have mentioned people over uk and result and along every exchange. The i feel like. I'm a long way to you know Which i think helps right in terms of that discussion that relationship. It's an exchange in an exchange Again i'm right next. I'm not above you. Just is the physician power if you will. I'm right here alongside. You talk to see how i can help and does help them. Give me some great beanbags that members south share with you as you described kind of the tools that you use the leadership of you know your demeanor and being disarming and transparency etcetera and you mentioned chuck release of those who are listening chuckle lee. Who was. I'm the president of yankee gas in the nineties african american main And while he led the. I worked for yankee gas. So he was my leader There many things about chief. Frank that remind of him in towns originally. He was young forty years old. But i will. I'll share the story with you Probably ninety three ninety four time from somewhere in there yankee gas was going through a restructuring where most companies going restructuring a reorganization. I think is the word that we use them. And you know it has multiple things and so they were to be layoffs and he came down to my division to share with everyone. You know what was happening and there might be layoffs that there were going to be layoffs. There was going to be reduction in the number of employees. And i can remember listening to that conversation in being stunned. By the fact the most employees felt bad that he had the bring them at news they felt worse about the fact that he was in that position of bringing that news than they did about the message that they were going to lose their jobs. That's how much they liked him. And i remember thinking like did you hear the whole speech but it says a lot about right when you are a leader who is transparent and really demonstrates i think assess the level of boll nobility about. Here's where we are as an organization. Here are the decisions that we have to make these very difficult decisions but these ordinances that we have to make for the company that people we see that in lots of ways in relief in this particular case people were like feeling bad for him. You know and and so. I see that in you. That's why i'm sharing this story Because i i see that kind of style In in you and so. Let's let's take you to talk about relationships so you talk about you know you talk bit about mentor ship I have a colleague who always talks about the kitchen cabinet. Who are those people Who also surrounded support you. Who may not necessarily be former mentor. They may not even necessarily be people who work in your organization. Toss me about how those other relationships have helped you in your leadership or even just in your career very broadly. So you're looking at one of whom right here so i will tell you. It was interesting right so his southern can make the gas like many other companies went through a bunch of mergers acquisitions lee went from this five hundred eighty company to control of thirty thousand forty thousand employees around the globe and if we were just southern connecticut gas and joe cresco was running. I think i think.
"frank reynolds" Discussed on What's Going On With AABE?
"If you will into the service sector which really was just at a time i think really trying to focus on us and the quality of transactions with customers and so i implemented. I remember one of the early things i bet. It was a customer satisfaction survey. Tell us that did when we came to your house. Installed geffen a degree restored appropriate. Weedon we leave your lawn and mess and we ruin your driveway to be calling on time we do at one settler. Whatever and we little incentive up eric recall back in the day we were still weiss business soak as an incentive to get the response rate up. You know we offer something to that effect of gas grills something like this. We had a great response rate and we got great feedbacks on it eventually. I think really let its way to some of our debut star tracking us a little bit later so again. Simple idea that turned into something Formal a lot more impactful business but it starting running across the field. And if so. I'm i want to delve deeper into this idea of being paid to think. Now i will share with you. My my dad retired from the army as a sergeant and all of my nine brothers and sisters will tell you that the one thing he said to all of us ain't nobody paying you to think and it all the time as kids ain't nobody paying you to think and i actually thought that it was something he came up with until you just shared that story and that way i know where he got it from And i can remember the day that i said to my father daddy. Somebody's paying me to fake and caught him off guard but he was really proud. And so tell me about that idea of paying people to think. Because i think you know sometimes and you're not the only one i've heard i've heard Executive very early. My career say No i i i he. This particular executive was giving employees Tuition reimbursement no matter what their major was and his reasoning for. That was that college Polish taught you how to fake and he said you know. I can teach you to do anything but i can't teach you how to think and so you know that's what education does education will help you think so as a leader. Tell me like well. How do you think about that with you. Know the people that you're leading now in this idea really paying people to feed your so you know as i explained. I'm from very humble beginnings. And you know i didn't go to an ivy league school and go to one of these top tier universities and so one of select shapes meet by event. One of the things that i attempt to do is happy. Recognize that you know. You can be way more successful than me. I try to build that level of confidence in people so that they recognise again. I just greg. you're next year. I'm different than you so-called my pants on the same way. But i really try to understand that. They possess the ability to be extremely successful and next sons with confidence. And and so. I try to create a culture where you know. I don't want people to fail and have something. Mental occur right. But i won't feel comfortable and those ideas and i don't want them to be united saharan this now this head coach hundreds to recruit me. I want to bring you someplace for each place upside down all this sentence. I want incremental gains and benefits this little tweets starting from scratch those fifty dollar investments at may significant parts and so when we talk about paying people who think it's about you know create me create a culture where people are extremely comfortable in experimenting. Where necessary but coming up with that is to solve some challenges that we face in trying to anticipate some of those areas that we might need to explore look for those incremental benefits that can whether safety or operational efficiency certainly customer satisfaction environmental stewardship Diversity where wherever it might be just having the confidence on so that you can do that is to tell ask why people right you know go teach somebody to do something that you yourself candidate amherst first time. I said something. Like for instance. You're not a writer by the my handwriting me do that. Well i mean some symbol it. Is i invite faith forwarder. Let's okay. I'll go get him in silence on hot arrive. I'm not saying that physics teaching you you sell can't do is empower as a leader when you right. I'm not a i took over. Semantics are electric business. Some years ago of planning agent. I extracted imagination it. Tougher signing on transmission system. We were able to make our planning engineers better right. We're able to give them a top to go out and and do some pretty amazing things on our system to increase reliability and in that sense customer satisfaction lower costs etc. Oh so by extension. Does that mean than as a leader. You want to surround yourself with people who may be better than you. Do you feel like you know you wanna make sure you know as much as those you lead or more to feel like. I'm making a room smarter. Not necessarily that on the smartest person in the room. But i'm hoping that i'm connecting people that need to be connected in those challenges that we face to come up with the appropriate solutions to again lead us the words that we need to get so. Yeah want smart people around me. I don't my under smarter than me. That most of the time they are right. And it's all good says i'm comfortable with. I love being around people who are smarter than me to learn. And that's what. I talked to someone who might want to change company chip tad impacts the goal. So you're now at southern connecticut gas and your you know the assistant to the ceo. Mr cross foe. Who i remember fondly and really. I think have pretty tremendous career while you're at southern connecticut. Gas live opportunity to move and do some new things which may seem unusual to folks because it was right as you. I described the utility company. The gas company. I'm i wanna talk a little bit about like that. You know and how that must have been very different than what you expected. Yeah it was. It was quite amazing as we all know folks that work inside of eastern salaries. It's their challenges about right. There's many challenges for us to today with the policy holes.
"frank reynolds" Discussed on What's Going On With AABE?
"He is a retired major from the connecticut. National guard and a really good friend. Hope you enjoyed the show. Welcome everybody to today's episode of always bet on black of today. I have with me. Frank reynolds a. We have been friends for more than twenty five years. That's amazing us and so there's a lot talk about the. We'll start a little bit from the beginning and i wondered if you could just tell people kind of a little bit about you where you're from. Where did you grow up that sort of thing store so i guess at some point when we get to when i had my first child tell people you were on the first few black call. So i'm a i am a jamaican. Many people say american because adventure most of my life the accent but every often when i try and turn it on comes on a lot. You can tell you know. There's some routes they're what i you know. We we emigrated here. Immigrant emigrated from jamaica. When i was very young four years old and we. We moved to connecticut harbor connecticut and unfortunately you know very early in life about a year or so after we got here. My mom asked the way and you know we explore this conversation. I'll tell you that you know. Although i had a short time with her my memory of time with her just so explicit installing influence on my spirit my frankly In fact Again when we there we'll talk a little bit. About how i i stumbled across the place where we lived when he passed away with one night when i it just was kind of an amazing experience but i grew up in bloomfield connecticut area. And you know it was a great experience Because bluefield would i had come to learn was one of these towns by design that was meant to be birth. It was a test town. I guess you don't haven't done a lot of research on his so my classmates you know pretty much from by elementary school years right through to high school. Were of a very diverse. Background knows Let's just saves fifty white fifty percent fifty percents Tinos hispanic folks a little bit of middle eastern those. It was relatively diverse for summer. You know just a great experience known throughout my high school years and you know early in my career also joining national guard when was like after this juncture where i realized that i needed to figure out what i gonna do with my life and so i decided to join the army national guard and mare in We all believe it or not. You know it doesn't show right down. So when i enjoy the national guard i had hair right. This is the michael jackson days. He was around a very popular. So you're saying you had a jerry curl okay. Are you saying that something that you had a jerry curl album. It was all about the classy curl l. Headed say it. Yeah well here. We go so i show up to basic training. Seventeen years with with it all going on and throw sergeant comes over to me and says ain't be no michael jackson's in latin into your spot so on day one here i am with you. Know hundreds of kids from across the country and he put me in the hot seat. He made me a squad leader in beer in that never had formal leadership role in my ice. I was like front bear. I wasn't on student council or anything like that. I was your normal shit just having a good time in high school right so here i am. They one puts me in the hot seat. Net got fifteen kids from across the country. Urban suburb ountry boston. Arkansas old white black hispanic that. I'm in charge and of this kind of eight weeks story short. I'm eight weeks later or people that were assigned while the one i was the only one that survived and graduated is a slab leader at the end of the course which i think it was just a testament to some of the natural skill started to come out. Rambis rain yeah when we talk when i talk with barrett one of the things that he said is and it was a great takeaway even to me. Was you know. Sometimes people recognize things in you that you don't know were there and that you have to trust that what they recognising you is actually a real thing that they are accurate and i might think suggested. Perhaps whatever it was that you brought with you with your jerry curl and whatnot. He saw something he saw something in you. That said you know what this this kid right here. There's something here and let me see what that is gonna grow to be in the next eight weeks. That'd be correct. you think so. I mean i might think that particular disposition at merrick shared might be a little bit more appropriate a little later on my career. And you know there. I think he just us. Put me in hassi bernie out. The other reduce got fired and recycled and i was able to work with people strengths. By frankly and that's what. I'm recognize if i reflect. I learned how to use each person's strengths. Guys in the country guys in the city without and be right there alongside with them Without necessarily you know taking leadership rule in too late the beneath outright they're leading right alongside as we say right sometimes you you in front. Sometimes you right next. Sometimes you buy charlotte sharing them on but to bears point. I would say you know when i joined southern connecticut. Gas private you here. And within a year that the assistant to the chairman might recall frescoes. There he saw that. I didn't haven't first generation coming from jamaica first generation college graduate and so i didn't have anyone saying okay. This is what she needs to do. When you start of baragan all that time to allege that others are privileged might have. We don't necessarily Is first generation grads answer but somehow a german at the time selling gas sauce upping. Now what's up basically rears. I'll say to my career and you may be this assistant now. Bear in mind. There was only one other person than it had quarter among fifteen twenty years into their career ahead. This was a director on the company and is assistant. Role was basically refers executive interactive under nelson young twenty. Something year old kid assistant to the chairman assistant to the chairman director. Which meant i was working on this event. And i get to see all of that. So he saw something that i realize.
"frank reynolds" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"Were co writers so there are five people who have won three Academy Awards for best screenplay but Tchaikovsky's the only one of course to have won all three of them solo which is crazy. Yeah and the other two of course. We're Marty and the hostile as you mentioned. Yeah do you know that? Also what it's called found in Chaska papers and I love this detail. Not only did. He draft a entire corporate hierarchy for the fictional network. Ubs He also drew up. They complete seven-night. Primetime programming grid from six. Pm TO ONE AM with entirely fictional shows that he created with says such evocative in Snidey reductive titles as Surgeons Hospital Pedro in the PUTTS. Celebrity CANASTA paired on Wednesday evenings of course with celebrity Mahjong Lady Cop and death-squad. None of this information would make it into the screenplay but it's part of the background that he would do. I want to take this opportunity to take you a little bit into my childhood. Which was that? I was a kid with very active. Fantasy life washed. Tv One of the things one of mine sort of like childhood fantasy hobby things was that I had imagined in my mind when I was about nine or ten years old. I would play this little thing in my head of imagining an entire TV network okay emailer to the TV networks. That I've you know that I That I've said about on TV. And I did something very similar to what Jonoski did which was On Notebook paper I would write it out prime time. Tv schedules. I would think of what am I. What am I shows where we're going to run on on my network. What actors would be in them? I wasn't quite knowledgeable enough about a corporate or corporate org at the time when I was in years old but I did go through the steps to of imagining what my own. Tv network was going to be and And in particular. I was obsessed with T. E. News And I would. I would create the fictional characters who were gonNA play. The real life Newscasters on the morning show. And the and the the six o'clock show all that stuff and I'd never heard of the movie network until I was later on when I was a teenager but this TV network that I invented when I was ten years old. Wait for it. Ubs Wow we get that yet now in my case it was the it was the United Broadcasting System this can in case it was the union broadcasting threat. So I don't know I can't use a little bit of chicken and egg thing but that was the I really identified with the Tchaikovsky's imagination In in putting his network together so listeners can look for Rick's forthcoming autobiography. I was a teenage Tchaikovsky. Yes exact- is you have this on the wall of your room and I kept getting in a three ring. Binder still adding all my God. I can't believe you don't have it. That would be amazing. I mean my last guest had his little league scores from nine hundred seventy six remember. I kept. He kept all that material somewhere got lost. You seem like an archive type of surprise. You don't have that. Well I have some other things for my child's GonNa find my I can't find my. Ubs network notes. Believe me. I looked well. This is a good segue into your latchkey. Tv selections. If you're ready to do that you're the only person yet on the podcast to selected evening news. One of his childhood television viewing. Let's start there because that's just so unique and brilliant than I laughed out loud when I saw that One of your sections was the ABC. Nightly news wait for people with Frank Reynolds. That's a deep cut from ABC. This is world news tonight with Peter Jennings in London Knights Robinson in Chicago Barbara Walters with insiders reports and from our desk in Washington Frank Reynolds that evening. Nearly one hundred of the American athletes personally affected by the president's order to boycott the Moscow Olympics went to the White House today to hear a personal plea for support from the president. So yeah when I was a kid and I in a we were as as this segment goes I like you was a kid who come home from school. And there'd be nobody there rank luding my single mom who is at work And so these hours between school and nighttime homer were spent watching TV. They were capped off every night before mom got home with the ABC World News Tonight. Which in an odd way. I found very comforted. It was something about you. Know the masculine voice of of you know paternal figure coming in at Where I grew up at five o'clock news the six o'clock national news and this Guy Frank Reynolds I thought was very handsome and dignified and I love the way. He talked And he actually brought a lot of a lot of comfort to me as as you know a bit of a lonely nerdy kid and I loved to watch. The News Fed it also fed into my whole fantasy about. What was it like to be behind the scenes at at Network News? Would I ever have? Would I ever have the chance to work in a place like that? You know it's funny because there was the network news and then there was fictional network news in the movie network and then later in my life. That was the real network news when I WORKED AT CNN. And all three of them were pretty much alike. Really not that much difference. I really weren't that wasn't a great deal of difference. You know there was some way. There was some ways than that when I got into working in at work news that I was in. I was a little bit jaded by the time that I left but He was pretty much what I thought it was going to be. There's a great story. Were Tchaikovsky was talking to John. Chancellor formerly of NBC News. And saying John. The way this crackup is written in my screenplay that ever happen in a real news environment and John Chancellor said every single day that's right identify with what you're talking about the news. I was just made me think that in this time. We're living through right now. How much we miss a Peter Jennings or Tom Brokaw? Who could bring us this terrible news? This distressing news this scary news of what's going on in the world today this pandemic that we're living through but could do it in the way that you're talking about could give us some hope amongst the different stories that were called for our consumption in that evening news broadcast which is such a lost thing. I know it is still exists but I certainly haven't Washington twenty years and I don't know anyone who does. Yeah a main. In my household we were we were in. Abc Household Interesting Choice. A or an NBC house. All right and I. I was thinking about this list because I realized you have more credibility. It's a more credible choice for you. Well I'm not necessarily making making a qualitative judgment of one news. One news channel versus the other. I'm thinking about. I don't know what was going on. In my household we were. Abc Family for whatever reason and so we were watching. Abc shows only one. I got raised on watching. Abc News. That was that was a that was our channel like it. Was you know it was like something that you pick up as a kid like your religion is forced on? Or you know or that. My parents were Republican so I was supposed to be Republican and my parents watched ABC News. So I washed washed. Abc News and when the kids next door were watching like the NBC. Show was like what that shows. No-shows crap no I don't watch You know the team or whatever because it's not on. Abc Yeah ABC News in the seventies and eighties. Had sort of a I think of it. I think hard clinical news like no bullshit. No No frill no no like NBC's always kind of a little warm and fuzzy right Brokaw. The day restraint Brokaw and and like a Peter Peter Jennings era but even Frank Reynolds as you say it was such a such a Stentorian definitive person right and ABC News Vokes. This this is the way that it is. You know. I had this this affinity with With Frank Reynolds and he died. Yeah radically yeah. He died when I was probably twelve or thirteen years old. And they brought in Jennings but now do you think that your predilection for the evening news had to do with the single mom home. Like here's a man who is communicating to me. I'll absolutely no. I think I mean a lot of was not only that the newscast himself being a paternal figure but you know it was he was he was a man in my house where I where I didn't really have one. Yeah I would agree with that. Okay let's move onto another completely rick brown choice if ever there was one the John Davidson show right from Hollywood. It's the Davidson Joe..
"frank reynolds" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Or two thousand one yes but I'm gonna say in nineteen ninety eight Senora I got to get him to do no Senhora he's gonna Love Me let's talk to Bobby's in colts neck New Jersey won a one point five you're not Hey stairwells are service within the third week in a row that I want to follow their name in another option eight see that you have a you know what you've got is saying I mean he's a singer with thank you then you go all right makes ramen your opening act there you go love that goal they're great state the grades they earn right on the garden state parkway northbound rigs are required to exit where exit eighty eight eggs in ninety eight eggs are one oh five exit one twenty three ninety eight I'm get China call now I got an open slot jump on one eight hundred two eight three one one point five Stanley's in Hillsdale New Jersey won a one point five I Stanley Hey it does the longtime listener first time caller welcome ma'am could you hear really of course you can imagine you know who it is really is this come on he don't Love Me almost no I gotta stay we in Hillsdale meet me in St Sam had to get you okay did he okay all right day I knew it we're going to hit it is the end of the show I got one eye open and ready to go home well Sam enjoyed this one so you got to get even with him when he least expects it what do you want to be get even with him question what Jeez what's your problem definitely now so I can't play which is not a good man TV it was no everything now is this size people change their mind sometimes people choose something else I can't one way I was very bored need of Danny DeVito plays Frank Reynolds on the TV show it's always sunny in Philadelphia is the landlord of the gangs pub with the all often hang out during the show what is the name of that pub Frank's pub cheers the Clarence paddy's pub even as we are going to but shoes and bow broke a new Jersey auto one point five what's.
"frank reynolds" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"On route nine they have cleared the crash we had by Parker street in Newton but still some residual delays there from Chestnut Street is things try to get back up to speed Laurie Grandy WBZ's traffic on the three Lori thank you triple a northeast sponsors the four day WBZ accu weather forecast here's meteorologist dean devore all right we're going to ease back into winter how well maybe not so easy because the winds gonna be really gusty today real feels twenties thirties said temperatures pretty steady where they are right now thirties and forties then tonight will slide it back into the teens and twenties colder overall for the temperatures tomorrow but not as much wind so I think it kind of balances out mid to upper thirties for the next couple of days tomorrow and Friday and then Jeff the weekends looking amazing we warm up again low to mid forties on Saturday I think fifty or even better on Sunday comic you with your own just need to bore WBZ Paul since news radio all right start to see some sunshine now in Boston it is thirty nine degrees you don't want to risk getting stuck on the road that's why sixty million drivers rely on triple a to keep them on the go in any car there twenty four seven join triple eight today at eight eight eight dot com slash join I think it's a twenty five now look at New England business this morning the mastermind behind the Medford biotech who promised a miracle pain killer is going to spend the next seven years in federal prison Frank Reynolds sentenced for defrauding investors who poured millions of dollars into his company Pixar bio to help launch a drug that he claimed would eventually replace opioids a lawyer for Reynolds says they will file an appeal a check your junk drawers rifle for your pockets.
"frank reynolds" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"To do a movie watching it. I heard from our from our sweet Lorraine. Wendy, hawaii. Yes. She just said. Let's see here. Good morning wish you were here. And she says truly. She's she's on us. We miss it. He said Casey is a spec on waves boogie boarding or MG eighteen hour adventure to get here on Friday because they went to Seattle Seattle's having like seventeen inches of snow so far. Oh, yeah. In a month. And then just other things that happened, but they have huge high winds beaches closed for two days to back to normal at beach now. So she blowing away to the theme. No. Mass of storm going to Hawaii. Is a massive sixty mile an hour winds. Yeah. I know. All right. So we were. Katie Couric is going to pan a memoir detailing unapologetic unapologetic, madman culture in the TV industry in this is not gonna come out until spring of next year year after twenty twenty so this is very premature. So she must have signed the must-have in for an undisclosed amount of money. But. One. That means a lot. I know she she talks about her just, you know, she worked with Matt Lauer for years, she talks about getting the big gets behind the scenes she's going to be talking about. Of course, her infamous therapy. Lynn interview, she's gonna talk about how she was, you know, newly on the air not during nine eleven when Matt and her kind of word the live people that were on the air that day, they'll remember watching. And also it was so weird member when she went to be the anchor of CBS news. She was the first female solo to anchor any network television news that was a really big deal when she did that in two thousand six and she said, it was a hostile environment. CBS news, a hostile environment color me surprised, and she said it was less than warm. Welcome should receive upon arrival from some of her colleagues, and she also said that she addressed were she'll talk about workplace sexism, including a high ranking executive commenting on her breast size during an editorial meeting. Can you reflect on her started ABC a job included making coffee and fetching him sandwiches for Frank Reynolds. And Sam Donald Paul ruttles member that in psalm. Donaldson's eyebrows. Wow. I hope she's dishing the dirt in this memoir. That's what I was thinking. So if you you know, we prince had started on his memoir. Yes. We were highly anticipating, and it's like how much will they tell and whose memoir who's member? Hollywood you die to read right now. Who would I die? I mean, who's remember if they were going to dish the dirt? I want them to be totally honest. I would love to read a memoir from like the whole Brad Pitt. Angelina Jolie, I wanna know every on..
"frank reynolds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Live there at a time. When no there wasn't. There wasn't anything like instant cell phone video. There wasn't cameras and cell phones. We barely had cell phones back then let alone the ability to take video and posted immediately. It just it didn't exist. But from what I understand these kids were waiting for a bus to come pick them up and take them back to Covington. And so they were killing time, and they were at the on the steps of of I guess, it's the Lincoln Memorial and watching all this transpire. Now, I got to tell you about Washington DC, and this isn't a commentary on what people stand for this isn't a commentary about who's right and who's wrong and their political or moral beliefs but on any holiday weekend. Whether it's Martin Luther King weekend, weather, it's fourth of July Labor Day Memorial Day weekend. Washington DC becomes an absolute circus because people have three four day weeks, and they'll gravitate to Washington DC to protest this or say that or call attention to whatever they want to call attention to. And so what you had going on from what I can tell from the video is you had the native American activist. And then you had some group is that Ken I broke, never Gary Jeff heard of. In onto my the weather life. tonight. They called me about an hour Black and a half ago. israelites. And they said, hey, I yeah, they didn't can I fill don't. in for I'd Gary, never Jeff, heard of I them. said, I Maybe know they're it will be a tall group order. that I'm just not familiar with. But I never heard of them. But But I think there I they can were pull it off with their video clearly largely shows because that they a were lot yelling of things percolating around our racially area things insensitive that are just bouncing things all at over the the place. sixteen I and seventeen year old kids. you have the never ending saga of So the let's Bengals let's assistant let's coaches just lying in waiting this on up Godot for a second. otherwise known as act You Taylor. have seven With the to reds. sixteen and seventeen We know year old we now kids. have sunny gray fever, The majority of them if but not I'm here all to of tell them are you white is I've been tweeting about from Kentucky. the last forty eight maybe seventy two hours. You have I think sunny to gray at least is two better activist than most groups of what there they had. But he's not a guy that's who going are to move the ball who downfield. are there He's to not make going their to point. be a difference maker. All you have to do And is these go kids look at his who war worry make numbers. America great again And I've hats. read all this. Well, he's Now, better look, off I outside mean, of Yankee Stadium that he was it's inside Yankee you and I Stadium. both Okay. know when it comes to And the I've media read what that it these comes gonna to work activist with this pitching groups coach that he apparently anything was coached that has anything or to do with coached Donald him Trump when he was at Vanderbilt, is and it's like, going okay. to attract the wrath in the But ire this was like of a seventy six win team protest Seventy-seven groups wind and team the max media. before they got The sunny, media gray. hates I don't Donald sense Trump sunny gray ABC NBC is going CBS to give them FOX, an extra ten wins this they season all hate could Donald be Trump, wrong. Don't FOX know. to a lesser degree. But I think But we're there overstating are people on that what all that of this network is about that hate Donald Trump also the government MSNBC shutdown, CNN right? ABC NBC These government CBS, workers they hate these Donald these Trump. these workers They hate that aren't Donald getting Trump because paid Donald yet getting Trump called. hates them because he's labeled and in some cases, rightfully so. A lot of what they spit out is fake news. It's things designed to. Get you talking or you believing or to help them do what they really want sell soap, everybody thinks that all of these networks are big journalism network. The network of Walter Cronkite. The Tiffany network or NBC, you know, John chancellor, the ABC Frank Reynolds max rot designed to do. One thing. All of those newscasts all of those newscasts and news programs and commentary programs.