18 Burst results for "Fredge"

"fredge" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"fredge" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"I up with Jane Lynch celebrity true or false true. Or false. Your first onscreen credit was in the judge Reinhold, Fredge savage. Classic vice versa in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. I would say that's true. You played MS Lindstrom. Yes. Indeed. Yes. How did you get hooked up with this judge Reinhold, fridge savage? Well, I was living in Chicago. And they shot it in Chicago. Fred savage. Actually, I was a kid living in Chicago. And it was a part that they were local I was a local higher as they call it. So I read I did a pre read with the casting person. And then I read for the director, and the writers, and they were all British, and it was a huge deal was I got into a major motion picture, and then so how how much further along were you with the being a Chicago resident in the Chicago classic the fugitive next that was neck that was another movie that came through probably four years later four years. Local higher for that one as well. Yeah. That is the most in my mind rewatch -able movie the fugitive it does it. Hold up or what it does. Trainwreck train wreck at the top for sure it's a remote drop from me all the time. Matter where it is. Yeah. But you know, we we we are such huge fans of the film huge. We wanted a on behalf of fans of the film. Thank you for catching the switching of the samples deliver samples are welcomed. RG ninety you know. Wow. I'm so glad you remember that detail because that's I would say to people you don't remember. I'm the one who did deliver Samp solve the mystery. You did deliver. So you and bones. Of course, you remember everything telling you, I've seen this movie a million times and wasn't they relationship between Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones, quite wonderful amazing. Yeah. I love Tommy Lee Jones character, obviously, they did another movie out of it. But yeah, Harrison Ford, perhaps the most beat up movie star of all time he gets well, he does his own stunts too. I mean, that's his own damn fault. Is that? Did you do your own stunts stunts idell actually handled the liver samples with? Fingers has ungloved. See that's why you're is successful as you are Jane, you don't leave any stone unturned. Thank you so much. I go the extra mile fugitive. So glad we got to catch up on that next one for for. Jane Lynch your character in forty year old. Virgin Paula was originally written as a male cat. Indeed. I have a bit of a history playing characters that were originally written for men going all the way back to like high school. I played the king in of of of short version of the Princess and the pea. Yes, indeed. It was written for a man. And then with my eternal gratitude, Steve Corrales wife, Nancy walls, who's a wonderful. I guess said, you know, because I knew them from Chicago said, you know, you have a lot of men in your film. Why don't you read chain for the store manager? And so we improvised together, and we had a lot of fine and Judd apoptosis. So we'll we'll cast her. So I am very grateful to to that whole crew people forgiving me that job do you. Remember the song you sang. And yes, I do in Spanish, can you? Oh, absolutely. I'll just tell you right away that this is from an ALM Spanish dialogue or Diogo as you call it. And it's. Yes. And and it's it's a dialogue. And and it goes like this. Cuando at Eglin me. No N Queen through. Con..

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Can Netflix Avoid Another Earnings Miss?

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:40 min | 3 years ago

Can Netflix Avoid Another Earnings Miss?

"We deliver tickets t shirts and everything. You need to what you really get the so much more FedEx delivery, passion, what we deliver by delivering. This is tech news briefing im Tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in New York on Tuesday when net flicks reports. Third quarter earnings, these streaming company will get to prove to investors that its earnings miss last quarter was just a passing blip and not a sign of a more serious slowdown. We'll check in with the experts, but I, the tech headlines. We have more details to report on Facebook's largest ever security breach. We now learn from Facebook that thirty million users had their access token stolen as opposed to the original estimate of fifty million. The not so good news is that of the thirty million involved. Fourteen million had their names and contact details, including phone numbers and Email addresses accessed along with such data as their gender and relationship status as well as the last ten places they checked into and fifteen. Most recent searches stay up to date with the latest details on the story. The journals. Kirsten grind covers it at wsj.com. Currently in China, there is a dot com deja-vu happening for the first time. Chinese start ups are getting more money than their US counterparts that seventy one billion versus seventy billion so far this year that pace with investment volume eighteen times what it was five years ago hasn't been seen since the two thousand tech stock bubble. But as with all good things, there may be already signs of a shakeout. The journals Fredge devora has more on the latest tech economics at wsj.com or on the w stay up. And now look at these SoftBank affect on tech IPO's since its launch. Last year, soft bank's tech focused vision fund has pretty much shaken up the venture capital industry pouring hundreds of millions of dollars if not billions into startups. And the journal's Eliot Brown says that Silicon Valley investors are now saying that SoftBank is the new IPO while others have dubbed a SoftBank investment. The Masa peo- named after SoftBank, founder and CEO Masayoshi sun coming up net flicks reports, results, Tuesday, Kennedy, void another earnings, miss and Kennedy. Ford one. In July net, flicks reported five point five million new subscribers for its second quarter, a drop that caused shares to tumble reaching a low of three hundred seventeen dollars in August will Tuesday's third quarter report mean a different story. Let's get right into it. Back with us is rob Enderle of the Enderle group. He joins us from Oregon to talk the state of streaming giants. Money, welcome back. Rob, thriving me so word on the street is that analysts are giving net flicks the benefit of the doubt this go around because of last month's miss. There's a sense of cautiously optimism, but what exactly is projected patient is that Netflix is gonna do very well. This quarter issue courses that last quarter they missed on subscriber numbers. And since then the stock has been a little bit uneven and folks have been just a little concerned about what's going on. That's companies facing a lot of competition. Disney, Amazon are the two biggies that. That that they're looking at Disney's probably the most concerning because they're gonna pull most of their titles from net flicks and have them on their own service. The the in terms of surveys, as we got to the end of the end of the day, looks like most folks were buying those. Those buying in those holding almost balanced. The sellers were were about where the minority, which suggests that everybody's pretty excited about these financial expecting the net flicks tub to meet or beat on this cycle and not have another miss with regard to subscribers this time around. Increasing competition out there and how much of an impact is that becoming just sustainability in the face of all of this rising competition wilder still the company to beat. I mean at Disney really hasn't fully entered the market yet. They're they're a building threat and Amazon and Amazon prime. You get it kind of free when you get there shipping deal so that. So they kind of come in from the side but haven't appeared to hurt that flicks of that much the credit for the loss a last quarter. Most of the fact that that fix where you didn't have that much in terms of new titles going on last last quarter to draw people in. And so the. So that's where the the lack of growth has been credited, but we'll see the, they've got some news new shows coming out this quarter. They're making some adjustments with word of the programming. Some of the ones that are under under under performing a like iron fist have been cancelled. So overall, the. Properties looking pretty good that the as I say, the difficulty I think is the where the most concern is regarded Disney Disney's the powerhouse and the combination of facing Disney as a competitor plus losing Disney titles if likely very painful when it happens, has a history of blips and tumbles followed by, you know, return to business as usual. You know, those bounces have seen the bar getting higher and higher though perhaps that's where we're at. So what do you think is next on Netflix to do list in terms of making sure they stay ahead of the game to continue to bring out new new and compelling content. They they almost owned the last picture award show so that so the MA seem to be a an awful lot of the of the awards going forward, motion your company. They're sending out against the traditional cable companies in terms of awards and and recognition for their their custom shows. And that's what they've gotta do. They have to continue to bring people into the platform, have unique content that ties people to it. So they both retain their existing customer base and then they grow it over time as people cut the cord and move away from the from the traditional networks. So that's what they gotta do. Their basically competition with the networks networks are falling off. Netflix is one of several streaming companies picking up and right Amit continued to be the company to beat segment. But Disney Disney remains a major threat because boy, nobody. Nobody runs against Disney for long. We will leave it on that note rob Enderle. Thank you so much. Pleasure. Check back next podcast to see how it all shakes down. That's it for this edition of tech news, briefing reporting from the newsroom in New York. I'm Tanya boost does. Thanks for listening.

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"fredge" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

CBC Radio - Spark

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"fredge" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

"And I think that's gonna be the key thing. And we're also seeing as a result of baby GDP are and other things that privacy policies are becoming more intelligible even as the products are becoming more complicated. And that's that's a key thing because at least under Canadian privacy law, you don't have consent unless you have an understanding that the person could comprehend what in fact was going on. David. Thanks so much for your insights on this. It's a pleasure anytime. David Frazier is a privacy lawyer in Halifax. He was in our Halifax studio, so Josh, Craig, what did you learn from all this? That's tricky. When we first asked what people thought about Google Fredge -cation we got a lot of responses. Most of them were from teachers and parents who are really happy with it, and it makes sense from what we heard at the summit in Cambridge, there's a ton that can be done with it. There's also a lot support to learn how to use it. We use a lot of the same tools here, and it's been really useful. Realistically, we're probably scratching the surface, but we also heard from people like re as who are seriously concerned, and we wanted to look into an address these concerns. Most people don't have the time or the resources to talk to experts even Google. So I think it was our responsibility to do that. I feel like a lot of these stories around data privacy and security boil down to one kind of unhelpful line read the privacy policy, but that often isn't easy. It's at best time consuming and for some just about impossible understand with the legal background. And I think companies are starting to listen. When we talked to Jonathan, he directed us to their website where they broken down their privacy policy. As we said earlier, Google has simplified it and broken it down into frequently asked questions and video explaining some of what they will and won't do if the data it's still takes a lot of time to go through all of it, but it is simple. But if you get to the end of all those pages and still decide you don't want your kid using Google for education. As we found out there isn't always a good alternative. But in the end, like Frazier said, it's not really about there being no risks, but deciding how much risks you're willing to take. And I think that's especially important when you're talking to kids, Josh, Craig. Thanks for all your hard work on this. Thanks. Thanks. That's it for summer series. The spark guy to life tips and trends for your digital world. Next week, we begin a brand new season spark. Today's special episode was produced by Josh flair and Craig. The show was also made by Kantoc out Killick Rahm Raj shoving at bien app gear, and me Nora young and by Jonathan Rochelle, Patrick as Kim polishing Brian him, Kristen, Zinger, and David Fraser finace on Facebook, Twitter, we are spark CBC and I'm Nora, three thousand on Twitter. If you wanna listen to spark whenever you like, why not get the podcast, just go to CBC dot CA, slash spark and click on podcast or subscribing tunes or your favorite pod catcher young until next time, whatever tools you use collaborate. For more CBC podcasts, Goto CBC dot CA, slash podcasts.

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"fredge" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"fredge" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"To manage one of these teams the way my fantasy team will say now jeff i sure hope not because if the siamese they're going to be in a world of trouble greatest set of games and awesome talent but anyway and i wanted to say they need to much pitch and as i say you can't have enough healthy pitch and that might you know steadied the ship about both teams and second quarter talk quickly jay about the the knickebocker vacancy and what a meeting now and it's driving me insane but first of all david fredge down will be fine but so many teams wind i'm jay he's gonna come here do the usual new york up the anthony rageous steak and then he's gonna go to another team is going to hire him he's not gonna come here the craziest thing though meeting is that they want to hire jerry stackhouse insanity he'll be in way over his head it's ridiculous i don't know if i can necessarily say that listen jeff listen he's not a guy who's coming out of let's say the broadcast booth he's not a guy coming out of high school jeff you're trying to compare jerry stackhouse whose pain is dues who's coaching down in the g league to somebody like derek fisher fisher had zero experience he was on the oklahoma city bench and phil jackson hired him a year later thinking that he had his answer to steve kerr because steve kerr wisely decided to take to go on stage out we know what happened with derek fisher was not ready to be an nba head coach he was immature he bears the nickel organization and a team was not properly coached and it did help they had phil jackson evolve but their official was not ready to be an nba coach jerry stackhouse putting it on i don't know if he's ready to make this job but not going to be very good team next year you could sell me on jerry stackhouse coaching team young coach talented guy well respected see what happens you won't be my first choice but i don't think it's something like eighty is higher they bring them in they bring in about seven or eight different guys and of course you gotta stick to the plan you gotta built to the draft and it's got to be.

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"fredge" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"fredge" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Really believe as another time where he said those who either he was taking up the senators for the nra and congressman but again absent trump is out to fend trump on this point quite a bit which is you know the nra's been incredibly loyal david fredge pointed that out lashed out um uh hour you pointed out as well and it's true with the nra's incredibly loyal to trump that being said i have absolutely no problem with the president taking on an advocacy group that a sided with them in the past now that's exactly what i want to mexico if trump really believes that we should have no more gun control and things that the nra is comfortable with he should take on the nra yeah the he showed the you gotta be your own personal of course i have no problem with him taking on the nra i've the problem with the substance of what he's taking them on four yes which is i mean i don't think he seems to know it that was let me play the trump tells senators he's a fan of nra change aged twenty one this is about the idea of changing the age of purchasing firearms to 21 for uh for long guns listen to this issue this is with pat toomey i'm head of the nra smelter fan i saw head of the inner they wanted to be produced in our country but that doesn't mean we have to agree on it doesn't make sense that fast away tom twenty wanted to and a handgun what i can get this weapon at eighteen just curious as to what you did in your bill we hit on we didn't in restrooms present what i think what is your two home me on this you've got to me heat and again in these asking pat toomey what is in his bill this is eight this was the biggest peace of the gun debate in the past six years why is he walking into a meeting on national television to ask pat toomey what's in the bell i mean how do you pa how can you possibly be having this meeting in public if you don't know what mentioned.

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"fredge" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"fredge" Discussed on WTVN

"Fend trump on this point quite a bit which is you know the nra's been incredibly loyal david fredge pointed that out lashed uh uh uh hour you pointed out as well and it's true the nra has been credibly loyal to trump um that being said i have absolutely no problem with the president taking on an advocacy group that a sided with them in the past now that's exactly what i want to mexico if trump really believes that we should have you know more gun control and things that the nra is comfortable with he should take on the nra dearly he showed that he you gotta be your own personal of course i have no problem with him taking on the nra i've the problem with the substance of what he's taking them on four yes which is i mean i don't think he seems to know it that was let me play the trump tells senators he's a fan of nra change age twenty one this is about in the idea of changing the age of purchasing firearms to 21 for uh for long guns uh listen to this change this is with pat toomey and i'm a man of the nra smell bigger fan i saw a fan of the inner they wanted to create preconditions our country but that doesn't mean we have to agree with it doesn't make sense that i have to wait tom twenty wanted to get a handgun what i can get this weapon had eighteen researchers just curious as to what you did in your bill but we hit on wedeman restrooms presently i think who is your home is to me either but again he's asking pat toomey what is in his bill this is eight this was the biggest peace of the gun debate in the past six years why is he walking into a meeting on national television to ask pat toomey what's in the bell i mean.

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"fredge" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"fredge" Discussed on WTMA

"But certainly a family and close neighbours and relatives who have the vet inside who anger and i would ask another thing to this culture of death as you're talking about i think it's more big crew this cultural violence and i think a lot of video games big young men grow up claims very very realistic gory liz with truly got but you'll be able to country they are video games and other countries they have other countries they don't have massed shooting deaths of other countries meet greek well nonetheless i don't think it's health and i think there's studies that have shown in yours young people to wasn't violence really it's all about i mean if you see carnage all the time begun to japan where we're all the shootings in japan i i'm pretty sure they like video games in japan were mad dan what what is the key difference between the united states and japan well all once you may t um which is i think that um you know be of we have a culture now for the last thirty ended forty leaders were a lot of young man now grow boys are growing up without fathers in the home and and niece there are a lot of social princes between what's happened the united states harasses japan that i look there are other a multitude factors here i don't think we're going to end violence larry by even banning assault weapons but it might it might that's some of these things but there deeper root causes for this culture of violence all the above thought jimmy here when i read david fredge is article i mean look by cunningham's the editorial director the new york policies chew france sakes he's very very conservative friend of ours i know mark yet we on an is former national review at her so forth so he goes a little further by banning asaala of his but you know the thought i had i don't necessarily know every darn thing about this story but the fbi had this uh killer on their radar screen but failed to take an action um if you had this restraining order law they probably couldn't take it an action not always the law basically says you can't throwing but in jail as they've committed a crime and to me.

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"fredge" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"fredge" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"The day of intense debate over illegal immigration to deliver a speech from the floor of the senate comparing the president of the united states to a dictator like joseph stalin of course we know the answer i mean the answers real simple jeff flake hates donald trump that's it senator flake from arizona h h trump but we did have a very different i didn't want to we we we weren't sure whether to play it yesterday on the show and then once we played it i wanted to stop and i did we cut it off after about six or seven minutes i had had enough i've had enough of these guys these republicans who are doing so much damage to the american people they're not damaging the republican party they're not damaging donald trump they're not damaging anybody except the country the country they are they are doing real harm serious serious harm so i'm not sure if you were interested in hearing jeff flake yesterday or not uh i thought there was an obligation to we had an obligation to make sure that we covered what was yesterday a pretty important news story and i think it's important to see what some of these centres are doing as their senators as they're losing their minds over this presidency i don't know how this is i don't know how we get from day to day to day to day but we're trying maybe you had some thoughts some reactions to senator jeff flake take him to the floor of the senate yesterday denouncing the president perhaps you followed the joy reed david fredge story or what's your reaction to the push back against the new york times for publishing letters to the editor that are.

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"fredge" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"fredge" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Fixes showing even though it's chilly right now it's supposed to be warmer is a day goes long mid50s which will be beautiful weather we're out at fred's barbacue house in libya springs i herewith cares emery this is officially lifted springs karen yes okay so i can check that off my bucket list now absolute actually i've been to france before my picture is on a picture inside of fred's right at big celebrity i biggest olympia springs i'm huge if you're from around year fredge greatest barbecue ever i mean it's worth driving out here from anywhere just to get the barbecue absolute let alone what frejus doing for the choice for todd said he should spreads started this many years ago right yes idiot fred started it probably twenty years ago and carbon i started helping him maybe twelve fourteen years ago and weifan and then you kind of suck the station into it yes was the gravity affective caroline emery that you know you your let's downer nothing i say is going to come out or no no no so we'll we'll to stop was okay with so work fred's barbecue house 541 thornton road can't remember that write it down clyde forty one thornton we're just two miles off of i 20 on the west side of town it off i 20 head north to miles bangor right there westbrook west fork west fork boulevard right next door to harley davidson of atlanta we'll hear those crank off later in the show you're probably hear all kinds of noises in the show sirens and bans on and day it's in nj which is the sirene the band because it's it's like a big carnival out here have still a there'll be music here later they'll be wsb traffic people will be out here dave baker some fixes showing understand will be out here which is a huge draw i heard that in here's what happens tell people what happens when they pull up the fred's barbacue house for choice for ptat when they pull of difference barbacue house number one you're going to see a whole lot of activity georgia hero units a lot of army vehicles nast car the gbi robot will be out here the sky copter lounge will actually be landing this afternoon um yes we'll have face painting for the kids ornaments it the kiss ten painting take home i'm just a multitude of activities going on but the.

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"fredge" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"fredge" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"By everybody welcome to the dennis prager show in jerusalem israel on you are allowed to react white here fredge right just for the record by dear listeners around america and elsewhere mrs not khin applause these are real people we're with five hundred of you my fellow listeners here of israel amid so were this is the public broadcasts from a hotel here in jerusalem i'm gonna get straight to my guest because he was very kind i'm not going to even mention the country that the he hasn't coz reception he has not been able to attend solely be because he won't could come on the show here because of his role views the spokesman for the prime minister's office for prime minister benjamin netanyahu of israel david keys and david welcome to the dennis prager show you're certainly yes but i was real but you know you may have a future in radio i just wanna flint barry waite it's a it's the light to meet un know we only have this segment together it's or maybe get straight away to a number of things first though i wanna talk to you about what i consider and i always tell every guest comes on my show police totally feel free to differ with okay i feel that the greatest threat to israel is iran what is your assessment well it won't surprise you to find out that i think you're right on this issue because when you look at the world there's there's only one country which has the has the will and is actively seeking the means to annihilate the state of israel and that's the country of iran in the problem goes a lot deeper than iran just between his on her on it's it's a regional issue it's a global issue because iran is extending its influence around the world in a country that'll blow of jews sitting in a jewish center and now argentina a country that will try to assassinate assassinated ambassador in washington dc a country that said hanging gay people from cranes in torturing journalists and bloggers and dissidents and opposition that's a country which is extremely dangerous and it's very important that we understand the nature of the regime in what they what they actually want and what they want is to impose a radical and really a.

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"fredge" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"fredge" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And the end the key image from the japanese version is the same as the key image of the pretty good us was the murder the englishlanguage remake which is that tv the seller neue right the seller the woman from the spirit from the solar coming out of the tv and crawling into living in it that was just a beauty flee executed scare and it's a it's a different kind of skiers not like a sudden wow it's just were like a what am i seen yeah and that's that's a testament to filmmaking can me one more the chill life when we're really when we really i don't know i pee another i'd have to go back to the which if you haven't seen it from last year as it certain seven in puritan new england families living on the edge of a haunted forest they'd been kicked out of whatever church there blow to a it's kind of big brother insist it's that is one of the creepiest films have seen any years so if you haven't seen the which i would go so you can i ask about one yeah michael do you remember film called ghost story yeah if fred astaire john hausmann yup i remember just thinking that was one of the best scary movies i've ever seen melvin douglas was held without alicia item ever who played the woman aberlich the love affection or the as he wants to see early '80s rosal it's an old movie yeah yeah yeah that's good what's the name of this movie ghosts stores stories about these four older men and they were at the time you force sort of revered actors making fredge are no of this movie were remembering something they'd done as a youth and there is a kind of a haunted woman there yeah yeah that's that and again it's been a long time i am surprised that people have been remade that one actually have you seen the movie called ghostbusters it's about these guys i like owes us has also it's a one fortysix let me ask you this will pause pausing give me your thoughts about this john burns story in the.

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"fredge" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"fredge" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"The law offices of fred fredge haas san our top local story there will not be a new toyota mazda plant in the state of iowa the company said the cedar rapids location about 12 locations around the country toyota was considering they have yet to make a decision it could be late this year or early next year the iowa supreme court's issued hearthrow we get highlight island and again we're very proud of that effort that's conan koppelman iowa economic development authority the cedar rapids site was one of about twelve locations around the country toyota was considering they have yet to make a decision it could be late this year or early next year the i iowa supreme court's issued an opinion on a new state law requiring a woman wait three days before getting an abortion the court has agreed to a temporary hold on implementing parts of the new law granting a motion which extends an injunction until a lawsuit is settled our top national story two republican senators have blasted the president as the party divide deepens arizona's jeff flake announced he would not run freely in a passionate speech on the senate floor tuesday making reference to the president he said reckless outrageous and undignified behavior has been accepted as telling it like it is he said he would no longer be complicit and vowed to use the rest of his time in office speaking the truth earlier in the day tennessee senator bob corker said the president's not up to the job up and as debasing the us with his actions in the white house reacted to the criticism that people this country didn't elect somebody to be we elected somebody to be throng during a briefing on tuesday up press secretary sarah sanders described the president as a.

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"fredge" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"fredge" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Off whether it in tangible drilling call her a gas and oil whether it be ah the mortgage reduction per for the real as to whether the uh you know there are there are knitting mary of the things that we if you've got solar power or or on your roof or if you've got if you build windmills or if you uh oh that's never that's the real secret that they did there's no tax deduction put into the massive tax code that just came from pure altruism from members of congress there is a lobby as somebody wanted it put in there for a reason and that reason is generally the benefitted them so even talking about possibly pulling it out releases their hands yeah i mean we've been possible exception to adoption tax credit um yeah you're you're uh you're pretty much looking it everybody got their little provision put in and told me the question of who is better off with rate and and how important tool are they pursue the people who benefit from the actual carveout that they're guinea and it's never are pretty picture of munich who the ugliest you know they always say with laws that you don't want to how it made it like a soccer but now bigger the ugliest kind of talk to you really rich the ugliest kind of sausage that should be a tshirt david for does so the washington examiner washingtonexaminercom when we come back we'll talk about the politics of the president and the media this week there they've been very critical i know you're sitting down that's why i told you this information while you were sitting down we'll get to that with david fredge a right after this i am stacy lyn in the wbal newsroom here's why we are working on to this afternoon the suspect accused of shooting sixty th across two states yesterday is behind bars and faced the jazz for the first time today we'll have to wait has also the president needs with puerto rico's governor at the white house today is about a million residents still have no running water 3 million without power these stories more coming up three to seven on wbal news now ldp newsradio 1090 traffic.

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"fredge" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"fredge" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Brought to you by straight talk wireless best bones best networks no contract speaking of those topthree espn college football analyst david pollock earlier on mike and mike they've got a really interesting match up this week as they take on vanderbilt in nashville and you got quarterback carl shurmur for the comedores who the number one quarterback in the sec in cuba yar and you know the stat four times out of the five times of alabama has played a quarterback in the sec with a number one qpr they've lost what are we expecting in this game wound vanderbilt alabama why the one differences that was that was all miss and johnny manziel players in weapons all over the field wasn't just that the quarterbacks baucau servers are really really good quarterback he doesn't have the personnel around them or he can were those guys can make a bunch of plays form me very efficient he's been very smart with the football but trade the other way they win this game is if vanderbilt plays could great defense and get those that album offense in passing situations passing situations jail hurts is still developing as well calvin wrigley is the number one guy so he's take him away get make him go to the number two guy and see what happens with alabama but i did this to be thinking game i think vanderbilt can hang around i think vanderbilt is going to be in contention for the sec east this year i think they're going to be one of the three teams that are fighting at the end i think they're gonna one eight or nine gains but this weekend not so much yeah i i would agree with you there the four quarterback said one as top rated quarterbacks in the sec against obama two thousand eight it was tim tibo 2010 cam newton two thousand ten or twelve johnny manziel two thousand 2050 shared kelly them amac through check kelly was for one loss in their overall david fredge my golik server but those names are pretty solid and i don't all.

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"fredge" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"fredge" Discussed on WTMA

"To where he added the democrats don't wanna cut factor they don't wanna cut the individual rate but warned they may agree to some more uh smaller my mouth a a good of cut from the corporate rate even i i think president obama at some point talked about reduce the it could 28 percent uh but not anything less american and as you know trump is very adamant about getting it down to fifteen percent uh look i i just like uh there's a lot of danger involved with dealing with democrats on this issue they're not gonna hello and paul ryan said a dinner in what he called philippi on thursday that it he he thinks it's better to stay joe swift republicans now uh if you're because then you're going to uh get a much better result i tend to agree with that well i tend to agree with yet and i tend to agree with your quoting paul ryan but fredge just to follow up i mean it at the way out this was a a transactionbased bipartisanship this now legitimate bipartisanship agree but as a transaction i mean i felt i had i have not talked to present bad that c four weeks now okay so my last conversations before he made these decisions with shall we say chuck in nancy by clearly i thought all warren nicholl get your way in a second i thought all along what but present wanted to do is just clear out obstacles to tax cuts get it done get the legislation done the republicans had get it done fact the republican leadership had got done yet jharkhand money you got your debt ceiling and you got your continuing resolution to keep the governor open so he accomplish that now he has ten weeks of clear openfield running a tax cuts i felt that was so therefore this was a transactionbased and pretty clever fred i mean that's my take on it well if he gets put behind this grim another thing you had to put behind him do uh really move a move ahead on tax cuts who so he can't be accused of not uh uh dealing with democrats at all uh which you're you're obama curtly didn't deal with republican uh very often because he didn't want to so.

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"fredge" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:37 min | 4 years ago

"fredge" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"State de fredge to the near right corner and what an answer by ochoa had extrapoint away from thailand up thirty six yard touchdown pass for baker mayfield ohio state would take a field goal to go up by three next sooner possession field looks at the defense works out of a gun free receivers out to us love plaques affect back to throw down the little the feel caught us a two one yes often tell them at all the fail that for the first time that i saw owners have ever way to columbus a team yards touchdown pass bayfield secular that i he would it be done bill resents gay mitchell what does it alive dallas slapped toss caught by salad talks style feel pop right that all of a sudden came back to the near side why fold up the sermon he took the rest and the celebration of the sooner saad watch maker mayfield twenty seven to thirty five three hundred eighty six yards three touchdowns any thought of at ohio state comeback would end quickly barrack fields and he is a tough often wait stepped in santa rosa johnny texan mark wave that that call on jenner set in the battle going to start he could buckeye territory babies get our that i would not occur before the nights over i guess you you can have an island named after you if that's what you want to believe if you're a college kid didn't know that was possible botched oklahoma got it daunted they party budge blowout ohio state in the second app at one point outscoring them 28 that three your final from the horse you thirty one sixteen oklahoma over ohio state and the sooner go to to el including their new head coach lincoln riley thirty four years old he too is to widow steve back to you all right kevin winter thank you very much cabin talking about baker mayfield after the game mayfield caught up with art maria taylor what works for you in the second half vega i think we decided on halfway through a remarkable well the first average got the but once you got proximity online i thought we stay river the can play came alive what are you feel like west kind of the difference that the connection that you were able to make downfield prayers they make a place for him trust amounts of arms.

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"fredge" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"fredge" Discussed on WCTC

"Is naas an nfl quarterback now what do you say on that subject less worth coach i'm not really worried about would unnamed people say about l'amour jackson oh i'm worried about the tigers uh but i'll i'm worried about is how we're gonna try to figure out how to stop at pier clemson uh a weather he's an nfl quarterback not that's that's where the people to to figure out i'm i'm trying to i'm trying to unaware either he's a great great college player he's the housman uh and he is he is a m a all my did you hear my great young man and i know for a fact he is an unbelievable competitor uh so he he's a challenge and i know that he's got took up more years of college uh aid he doesn't have to be an nfl quarterback today uh you know coach traineau tell you that they're just trying to get in to be the best will quarterback that he possibly can be and and i promise you he nobody going to be excited about paying playing lamar jackson he's is a a great football player and we'll be a big challenge for us coach good luck this season already looking forward to a chat with you during it good luck this fall and beyond okay i appreciate it on your got it that said davos when he had clemson f the on twitter davos when he had coach of clemson football when we come back a man who is currently getting his putting game on on their callaway corner fredge drier is here on the rich eisen show one of the best pass rushers of his time to say the least starve hunter hundred fifty three episodes that bad boy down the battle the network starts friday hunter when we come back here on this edition of the rich eisen show as he is putting in the callaway cornered let me tell you about the steel had xr uh now i use it is my threewood off the tee t but my three would steel had acts are i have used as my rescue also you can play your steelhead had xr from any lie no matter where you are on the course it specifically designed did not only play from any lied but to play long from any lie and it is no lie that that's the truth i'm telling you how much better my game is using.

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"fredge" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:33 min | 4 years ago

"fredge" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Criminal division prosecuted a cia contract actor in connection with the death of a detainee in afghanistan after nearly five hours of back and forth senators expressed confidence ray would get confirmed perhaps before congress takes its august recess though how long hill stay in the job seemed to be an open question carry johnson npr news in washington president trump leaves for paris tonight for his first official visit to france he's been invited by fredge president emmanuel macron to take part in steel day celebrations and to mark the one hundredth anniversary of american troops coming to aid france during world war one as npr's eleanor biercee reports the two leaders will also try to make progress on many issues that divide them american troops joined french soldiers this morning on the shells italy's aaa for a predawn practice ahead of friday's traditional basque deal day military parade general pershing's doboy czar being honoured this year a century after they arrived in france to help turn the tide of the war major jared nichols says participating in the best deal day parade is special the century great war is a major significant events this year the world and the united states forces invited here are mean for is no greater honour the french governments could render upon us president trump and the first lady will be guests of honour in the grandstand watching nickels and more than two hundred american troops from the army navy air force and marines march vie as american fighter jets swooped overhead not everybody is pleased that trump will be there farleft opposition leaders gianluca metal schol accused macro of endangering democracy by inviting trump to paris political commentator christoph barbie a says that the shortsighted view emmanuel macron is right when you disagree with somebody you speak with despair son be donald trump varies united states of america in the 1970s unrun thousands of boys from united states decided to come in europe and died in europe for our freedom and it is more important vaughan four years we've donald trump trump and mackall are at odds on almost every issue starting with climate change free trade and immigration but jeanpierre mode knee codirector of.

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