19 Burst results for "Greg Burke"

"greg burke" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:09 min | Last month

"greg burke" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Now. We've got Greg Burke land on the phone from San Cody Lakes Resort. He's on the line. Now. That's who sponsors this particular conversation. I'm very excited to talk to him, Greg. Thanks for joining us again. I appreciate it. Hey, Steve. How you doing? Thank you for having me. Yeah. So you talked with us a few weeks ago for that Illinois tourism board and got me excited. I went on your website checked out all your glamping tents and my wife and I are going to come down next weekend, looking very forward to it. Awesome where we look forward to having you will set you up with canoeing. Uh, trout fishing number? Well, we thought that if you stock the trout stream because I'm not sure I'm much of a fisherman, Greg Oh, yeah. Yeah, they're huge. And yes, we have a lot of trout a lot. Where do people find you? Where is the resort? It's uh, our our address. There's a 15 83. Spring Bay Road in Spring Bay, Illinois, and our Zip is 61611. No. Yeah, but go ahead. I'm sorry, Greg. You say it's in Spring Bay, Illinois. It's a little town of about 400 people. You can't miss it now. I was talking about Glamping earlier. Give people the definition. What is Glamping? Sure. Glamping is glamorous. Uh, 10. Camping. It is a canvas tent, but we upgraded the amenities inside where we have air conditioning. We have heat. We are full showers. Restroom uh, WiFi that you would have, Why fi extremely fast Life life, So we've been having a lot of the Business Associates actually come out on weekdays. It kind of just hang by the trial stream and still do their meetings from, uh, from their wife. Ice in the cabin. I love that idea so you can work from anywhere. Why not work from alongside a crowd stream? It is. It's kind of cool because people ask you. What do I hear in the background? You know, they usually say, Well, that's the stream bubbling and, you know, creates a conversation piece. How do people make reservations? Sure, Great question. It's very code. 3095701111.

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"greg burke" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:41 min | Last month

"greg burke" Discussed on WTOP

"Don't settle for less than a Honda at 11 45 goal. Have you heard it yet? Yes, Del. It took 117 minutes, but the United States took down defending Gold Cup champion Mexico in a second extra time under the 17th minute Acosta hooks it into the trafficking three minutes ago. The United States is scarred miles robin sign. That's the call courtesy of Fox Sports One team USA Wednesday its seventh Confederation trophy, one nil to avenge the 2019 lost to Mexico by the same Score. Matt Turner won best goalkeeper and the victory also ties Greg Burke Halter for fifth all time among US MNT had coaches the Washington spirit. Not so fortunate. They fall 31 to the Chicago Red stars. The Nationals overcame in organizational overhaul in a one man wrecking crew to walk off the Cubs, 6 to 5 and win the three game series at Nats Park. Eric Fetty tossed eight strikeouts in six innings he gave up to Of the three Rafael Ortega home runs that accounted for all Chicago scoring, and that costs Beddia win, but Kyle Fin against perfect ninth in and got him his fourth win in relief Yadi El Hernandez. Hero with two home runs, including the walk off winner to lead off the bottom of the ninth inning. The Orioles, meanwhile, lost 62 in Detroit. They settle for a series split with the Tigers, who scored six unanswered runs only surrendered one hit after the O scored two in the first inning. In the, uh, Washington football team. As a move camp back to Ashburn. They have added Diran pain to the Covid reserve list. He's the third player added this weekend, seventh player overall, he tweeted he does not have covid butts. The NFL does not differentiate between players that have the virus and those who were in close contact with someone who does. Rob Wood for w T O b sports. Is that a thing you put on, like tender? I do not have covid. I mean, is that is that the normal thing to do now? I am not on tinder. So I can't answer that. But, uh, I have it on my business cards. I'm still on MySpace Tell you the truth, By the way, you're not responding. 11 47 Every day. Doctors Without Borders teams confront hard facts and conflict and crisis zones when others might look away. We step into act because measles still kills more than 100,000 Children. Every year. We're there to vaccinate over a million worldwide, including those affected by the current outbreak in Democratic Republic of Congo because half of all maternal deaths occur during delivery or within 24 hours, we've assisted more than 1.4 million births..

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"greg burke" Discussed on Comeback Szn

Comeback Szn

05:21 min | 2 months ago

"greg burke" Discussed on Comeback Szn

"Oh greg burke why don't you come up with me because he's the biggest commissioner big twelve coordinator officials greg burks. This was last week so that if an opposing player does Horns down to a texas player. That would probably be a penalty but doing horns down towards your fans probably won't be a penalty although he left. Open the possibility that could be okay. Let's move all time. Here's the thing much. Like i am not gonna shit on texas for this. I'm going to shed on the big twelve much like when when something happens and you just get all kinds kinds of hail from texas fans. Even you have nothing to do with it. I feel like texas had nothing to do with this false tom. Herman says some things about. Don't do horns down all that shit but they show up immediately as right on texas doesn't bring this up and they're talking to the head of officials and he's like a horns down. It'll be opponent if you do it right at somebody. It is the softest thing in the world that idea that players can't take horns down in their face it is very very soft and i've always said it's just like we've gotten penalized for doing it before after we sack him. If one team can do that hand signal then they can take it. Done back at them to stop them. I'm sorry that just came. One team should be able to anyway. I don't think it's texas though it's not text. It's the big twelve who will do anything in the world to slob on the knob. Of the longhorns. That's not texas his fault. That's texas in texas runs at conference. They run they run iowa state they run oklahoma. They run they run. Everybody in oklahoma fangio sitting here is i know in texas. Run it no you. Don't texas runs that conference. Texas runs the conference and decisions at this level are made in the name of texas texas fault. They are the the money the big money. And that's why it's hard sometimes to take texas seriously because they are a big fish in a plan where like that fish is taking care of. Its fed it's it's hot. it's coddled. Yeah nobody's fishing. They have no danger there. So they're absolutely they're they're. They're like a ten pound bass on a koi pond. they're just absolutely protected and texas fans. Don't see it but you are and the rational texas fans do see it. I really do now again. I twitter phantom is never rational. No chance i even had some texas fan saying like as a fan of this school as a long worn i. These people are being super soft. Because i do feel like the idea of being able to do horns down is like a rite of passage for anybody just like doing anything else. And if that offends you then you're just a soft person like now i. I will say the horns like the long horns hand signal is the probably the coolest one in sports here that texas fans. I'm giving you a compliment giving you a compliment. This is probably the coolest one i will. I i know texas tech has the the guns up. Atm's gig him. It's not as cool looking but if anybody did a thumbs down in my face. I could not be less offended. Who gives shit. It's a thumbs down. It's not like they gave you the middle finger so it's like why would you care if your hand signals upside down if you do a hand signal it's going to be back in your face. The like the the you is another good. How many times has an opposing chatter out. Gift of him during the youtube is dick. How many player against florida score touchdown and then mockingly did i. Don't i don't understand that like as as a football fan. That's the kind of should that you live four to have that moment. If i was a player. Willing florida. And i sacked tim tebow. You better bet on fucking chomping and his horns up. I think that this like when everybody in the stadium is like as my brushing as anybody in the stadiums like this. I think that looks really cool. It's the in sink thing that i don't like you know like everybody was sync. I like backstreet. Boys better yes i do. I've always liked the backstreet boys better with you. The new girlfriend maybe. John's but see here's the thing. If everybody was in sync doing that i would feel differently. What is all we're going to get kicked off a youtube but everybody if you look at like a game and everybody's doing the horns up backstreet more than sink justin timberlake. Well old guy first of all they were all like the same age. Second wife. i've talking. About how gestation individual people then yes obviously. Jt is higher. but as a band. When i was younger also. I'm ten years younger than the by double the streams of in sync all right. I don't care this stupid people out there in the world. I mean just by simple numbers. They have double the streams of in sync because justin timberlake was all instinct. Jc shahzad was a delight. Well i mean just for tone. Just let me listen. I love justin timberlake. I am not knocking him. But as a as a young preteen girl i loved. Nick carter and i love the backstreet. Boys i listen. Can i give you this. This is where we're going to not at the time. This is where. I'll meet you in the middle guy. Justin timberlake by far the most talented of all boy bands of all time. He was when it comes to boy bands as a whole all of them backstreet. Boys was better..

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"greg burke" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

04:53 min | 3 months ago

"greg burke" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Welcome back. Alright. As I mentioned, we're going back to back to back And our number one. So if you're on hold, you want to stay there have not tough on there is toll free 1 806 368686 as promised. We're joined right now by the U. S men's national team. Head coach. He was named head coach in December. 2018 US defeated Mexico 3 to 2 and That is a huge win for them. Next up Costa Rica and that is tomorrow night. Seven PM He's a good friend of the program. He is Greg Burke Halter. Gregor is so good to have you back. How are you? Hey, Jim. How's it going? Good. Good, Greg. What? A wild night Sunday that game against Mexico, I think had a little bit of everything. You had a red card for a coach. You had multiple shoving matches. You had a penalty scored the 114th minute of penalty saved in the one 24th and so much more before we get into all those details, Greg, I want to ask when you look back on that match one of the moments or maybe the emotions that stick out to you the most Well as you mentioned all the events that happened in the game, and that's what makes sport beautiful. You know, just all these different storylines happening within 120 minute game. You know what stands out to me is is for a young team. Now, This is the younger youngest lineup we've ever played in the final. How poised we remain and how calm we were, You know, no matter what happened. We gave up a goal in the second minute of the game, which which you know doesn't happen. Normally and you know the guys just hung in there and there was resilient and kept working, and we fought our way back into the game. And then there's all the craziness is happening around with the fans and the players and the referee. Ask our guys just stayed really calm. We're able to to get the win. We're talking a great Burkhalter. I certainly want to get into that chaos and craziness that happened and I was going to say to you given the youth of this team has significant it was For a team that young to start and maintenance composure on the final. And you did answer that. You know, from the outside, Greg. It feels like this is a team that really loves each other and will really go to battle for each other. You're obviously much closer to it. Does it feel that way to you? Do you feel that bond within These guys are warriors, and, you know, it's great to be a part of it once when we got in the huddle before overtime for the overtime period. You know it wasn't me that was leading it. It was the players and they just got everyone together and say, Guys, listen, this is it. We're going for it, And that was a great That was a great step when you know the coach can sit back. And be part of it, and the players actually take ownership and what's happening on the field and you know it's again having a really young group. It's impressive to see that type of leadership. We're talking to Greg Burke Halter Greg, The start of the match got off to a pretty challenging kind of a rocky start. When Mark Mackenzie's ball off the back was picked off potato Corona scored inside the first two minutes. What was going through your head in that moment? Well, you have a game plan, and and the game plan doesn't account for that happening. It was right away. We had to kind of change our pressure change how we're going to adapt to the game after two minutes and you know And give Mark McKenzie a ton of credit because he hung in there. He's a young player first time playing in a final act it and after making a mistake like that early in the game, he hung in there and actually had had an excellent game. So You know, it's it's good to see the resiliency of him and the team in general, just how we responded. Greg Burke Halter is joining us and then Greg Mexico appeared to score again to take a two. Nothing lead in the 24th minute, but it was wiped away after V A R ruling, and then three minutes later. Fiorina scored. I want to get into Western McKinney's dominance in the air in a moment, but how impressed were you with the way ran a handle the pressure of that moment in a final against arrival at the age of 18? It's insane to think about it. You know, these guys are all playing at a really high level in Europe. But what I told them coming into camp as these CONCACAF games are nothing like they've experienced in Europe. Um you know, just a different level of urgency, different level of physicality. The game is a lot more chaotic and the games are used to And to see how our younger players handled that particular Geo to step up in a final play that well, you know, it's really impressive. Gregg Berhalter joining us once again and then you lose goalkeeper Zack Steffen injury. Ethan Horvath comes in Mexico Stores scores 62 1 lead and again, you can see where young team maybe might crumble. But McKenney scored just minutes later. How huge was he throughout the game, but especially in the air. He was named best player of the tournament and in his performance in the final was something that was something to behold. You know, he got his head on four corner care, which is extremely rare to happen in one game. Know tons of distance When you talk about amount of ground he covered throughout the game was equally impressive. And you know, it was an example of a guy has taken over again, and Weston had a really strong performance center..

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"greg burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:10 min | 6 months ago

"greg burke" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Those stories in a moment, but first hope springs eternal for investors. The NASDAQ Seeing a massive rally are at Ludlow has the very latest and a big rebound today. For those who were terrified. This was going to be a long term correction. How quickly things change full risk on Mod technology stocks really at the heart that then as that 100, which is that and index very tech heavy that we talk about a lot more than 4.4% its best day since November four for special Day because that's my birthday, Of course, the NYC Frank person backs up 6.8% on the Philadelphia Semiconductor index up 6% both of those indices having the best day since April. So really a surgeon. A rebound in technology stocks on Tuesday in terms of some of the specific movers on Tuesday, is that Names that have really been under pressure the likes of tester, which had its best day in more than a year, you can see there are almost 20% lots of catalysts behind test the Wall Street and this raising price targets also riding the wave of crypto currency after that recent investment for some breaking news after the bell that hackers have actually managed to get hold of live surveillance footage from inside. Test the Shanghai factory. They were able to do that through a third party, which was monitoring storing the live feeds of Bloomberg Scoop coming off the belt. It doesn't seem to be any market after market reaction in terms of the share price, But that's definitely one to watch going forward. And then, of course, Apple Amazon marks off those stocks that have been under pressure is yields have been rising if we put them as that 100 side by side with the Philadelphia Semiconductor Index, though He raised the question of whether this is really a surprise if you look at the action of recent days and weeks then as that 100 was off 11% from its February 12 record, the Philadelphia Semiconductor Index off 15% from its very 16th record when we see pull backs with N C. Buying that's been a common theme in markets of recent ones. Come with me into my Bloomberg and also look at this chart because basically we see that Even though he had this rebound Today, Tech stocks are still sensitive to bond yields, in fact, their most sensitive to bond yields since 2016 a lot of the concern is about the stretched valuations that came as a result of that outsized earnings growth that we got in the most recent quarter. And finally I want to touch on Cathy would wow how things can change in such a short space of time 24 hours ago on the show. On the back of her and arcs. Worst run in a long time today, our innovation DCF up. 10% is best one day gain on record, Emily A wild day and also a big comeback in the crypto markets as well, Bitcoin now above $54,000 what's driving that or is it just happening in parallel with broader market trends? Yeah, Bitcoin up near records and $54,000 support largely coming from the risk on sentiment in the market, But there was some some notes out there as well. You know, Data's doing the rounds online, You know, it's a very popular asset class, with Twitter users and reddit users like about how a large number of insurers actually are getting into Bitcoin, you know, giving it some institutional backing. Also technical analysis report out from ever acquire, say, saying that they see Bitcoin headed towards $75,000, based on technical analysis. If we look to the crypto currency alongside ether over the last 12 months, ether, of course, the second biggest crypto currency. We've been so focused in recent weeks about being near those record levels. But if you go back even just to November, look at the run up in both of those kryptos currencies. You know, this is a longer term story. There's been such a dramatic increase in the price of both over recent months. Focusing day to day on 99,000. There are such few swings in the price. It's really about look at those longer term drivers for lots of the commentators in the market. All right. Thanks. So much for that rat much to continue to follow. I also want to hit on Gamestop today. Another winning streak their shares of the video game chain rising 96%. Over the last five days. Activist investor Ryan Cohen, the founder of Chewie, is continuing to shake up operations. The company says he will lead a committee focused on digital transformation for more I want to bring in Bloomberg's Katie Greifeld and K certainly a lot of investor opposite optimism, but also a lot of retail interest. Would you see move like that if it was just some normal activist investor coming in and trying to shake things up? I really don't think you would. I mean game stop. It had such a week of 80% already and taking market by surprise. And you know, we didn't have fundamental news behind this move, at least in Ryan Cohen being tapped to lead the companies. Comments Commerce revival, But his analysts have pointed out that was expected. And it probably doesn't explain why we've had such a big rally this week. And it's probably premature even if you do expect game stops to successfully execute that ship. Greg Burke from Personal Capital, told Bloomberg today that transformations take time. Obviously some failed, so it's not a sure bet that Gamestop will successfully pull this off. But given the enthusiasm that we've seen behind the stuff Stock. Regardless of that fact, it probably points to this is really retail driving this move. So let's talk about that. I spoke Tomkat. The wood of Arc invest yesterday asked her about the retail investor frenzy. The shift in power we're seeing from institutions to individual. Investors take a listen to what she had to say. The retail investor has seen the future really before institutional investors because post tech and telecom crash and post Oh 809 meltdown, institutions have been forced to track their benchmarks more closely or they've chosen to. We think that's longer term A losing property proposition is very backward looking So we have found some of our strongest holders to be retail investors because they really are keeping their eye on the prize. They know the world is changing their part of making the change. She's talking about retail investors holding in arcs. Et s. Katie that comment, got a lot of engagement on social media, probably from some of the folks who are investing and retail investing at this very moment, you know, talk to us about what the continued push into Gamestop actually means. Given that they don't seem to be losing their momentum. And I mean Kathy's right, and that the retail investor has been a big fan of her fund and they really held in there. You mean out Arc has middle. The scene out close in the past couple of weeks is That part performance starts to bite. But really, there's really sticky inflows in there because she is so popular among among this Reddick crowd and in terms of what Gamestop means for the market, and it just Those that retail traders. They're here to stay. I mean, after the mania that we saw at the end of January a little bit into February. Ah, lot of people in the market. We're happy to write..

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"greg burke" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"greg burke" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"I mean I don't know if it will happen. You know what let's open up to the phillies right now. Eight seven seven ten. Espn eight seven. Seven seven Ted three seven. Seven six should Pat Greg. Thanks pal eventually you eventually. That's what you're saying. Yes eventually eventually event. I don't think eventually he's getting a statue I would be. I would be stunned by that personally. Like statue is franchise altering pillar of the franchise player and as great as he was and again one billion trillion gazillion percent. His Jersey needs to be retired. That's not he's not statue worthy and I feel terrible saying that but I don't believe that that's the gate which would you give one to worthy? No no you wouldn't keep onto worthy. We're has what four channels it's also man. That's a tough one that he's not he's not. Kareem is not magic. He's not I love James Worthy. I love the clap. No he's okay with spending. Okay you talk if you WANNA take by the two and you're going with just the the two guys. Shaq and Kobe got one and cream and magic cream. Magic one so correct. Kobe and Pao are the two stars on that. Yeah but it really wasn't headlined by two guys. Look a poll of this. Let's Carlo if you're listening to all of this and to take some phone calls it's going to get. I bet you were going to get around fifty percent one way and the other. There's going to be seven eight seven seven seven ten. Espn eight seven seven. Seven ten three seven seven six so anyway. We'll get to that will open it up to the phones here in just a second Laura. Just let me know when we've got calls you tell me who's who's coming in or whatnot. Here's the thing. I have a personal thing that I wanNA get I've got a question for you Laura. If you're there I wanna ask you first. How many cookies? Too many cookies in one sitting chocolate chip cookies. Ooh I. I'm not a big cookie person so for me. It's maybe one or two Max. That's that's a lot okay I'm sorry that you're not a cookie person. I would say that Greg Bergman Greg Burke and how many chocolate chip cookies is too many cookies and ones that I mean it depends on the size of the cookie. Depends on what type of cookie stands cookie? Person you're talking about cookie people. I am a cookie person. So if you're GONNA go standard size standard ever standard wrote a full row is totally totally fine. Go with the full row. I'll full row twenty if it's like you know the chips. Ahoy there's probably about ten there. Yeah I think that's okay. Wow Okay I had six yesterday and felt like it was too much like honestly I even had trouble sleeping with so much sugar in my damn system. Wasn't you can eat cookies are. That's like my biggest my biggest vice cookies in front of me. I have to eat them so yeah like six. It was like a lot but it's really. It really was a struggle for me to sleep. We'll ask.

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"greg burke" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"greg burke" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Don't work for trying to become past watch. Stop outta masters. Banking. Let's chill of. Strip dob. Nobody crowd. We when we. Adolescent carry the slow heavy to pay flooded mohawk. The Levy on the prey. Saying what? Chains but I quit. Thin. Pick me feel better actually. Calling the cops don't piss. Can't afford to kick pistol. Let me control. Steady grass. Painless, but feel pain at all. This world sold a so right up the rough buck, I need clothes. Saying what? Just. Bishop cut. Slippery excuse, please. You can pet them. For nichols. Turn Kate of I stopped. What? Ten. If I don't. I got bills pick some come out and play. Speak scales. Fish scale. Burn. I trick of try to front. Cohen needs on needed strong Frisa name frizz, free yawn. Continue. Greg Burke is on the table. Egis service..

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"greg burke" Discussed on Painting Corners Podcast

Painting Corners Podcast

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"greg burke" Discussed on Painting Corners Podcast

"And that's it. So if they do go to thirteen. Pitchers which most teams are doing. It's just going to be a matter of dollars and cents in what he can do in spring to try to beat out CJ Crone who, you know, signed a five million dollar four point eight million dollar deal with the twins arbitration. Which of course, means it's not fully guaranteed. So I mean, he would really have to take big strides since Austin's ought of options, as you know, the twins would have to make him a valuable put him on waivers for any team to claim. So it's it's hard to envision him getting a ton of bath. But if he does there's thirty home run power potential in his bat. Yeah. Saying that there is that potential. He's got Greg Burke syndrome, where just can't stay healthy. And that's one of the biggest problems there. Second base guy that you know, was quietly one of the better second base in the American League past few years with your oriole's what over to Milwaukee to trade really did not too. Well, I thought it was one of the better signings of. The off season. I thought a lot of team could a used him especially contending James Johnson scope twenty seven years old on one year deal making seven point five, which is not a lot in baseball. The one year deal makes it great. He's your opening day. Second baseman, your everyday second basement. Is he going to bounce back and be the two seventy to eighty guy with twenty plus home runs? I think he is. But do twins fans. And kinda you know writers, and you guys think that he's gonna bounce back. You think he's gonna be more? They to fifty six that's the big question. I mean, he received envy people it's two years ago and in his twenties twenty five home run type of guy last year. He was injured he fought the the oblique thing most of the year than simply didn't go well once again to Milwaukee, but as you mentioned, he's only twenty seven years old. And I think that's something that gives the twins front office. A lot of hope and for me. I love this signing it seems very low risk. But. Essentially high reward. I mean again if he can be a good second baseman defensively hit twenty to twenty five home runs. His key will really be trying to find ways to get on base..

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"greg burke" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"greg burke" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"That's a good question. I suppose somebody that is but Ronald Reagan was very accomplished actor sports cast. And then it was a sportscaster. Then became president. I think that's really cool. I work with a guy like that right now. We're tells Bennett playing the NFL for ten plus years. Now, he creates animation in art and children's books, and he's created an artist people have second careers bright in. It's interesting to see you. Remember, John tash wrote the nineties and actually was a was a classical musician ROY Firestone. The sports caster actually does a one man traveling show. That's not about sports that he was a classically trained musician. But then also hosted entertainment tonight. So people are able to do one thing. And then do something that's totally different. Yeah. It John Brody the old forty Niner quarterback ended up playing on the pro golf tour. Straight say like I'd like to be good at one thing to do that. Well, enough good at being John Ireland. Yeah, that's our Jack of all tray. Master of California. Yeah. The best example of that would be somebody that like always reminded life is short. Appreciate every moment. But then you think about it life is long, and you can do a lot of different things. Sam Jackson wasn't in movies until later in his life. How many now he's moving? Everybody just shot three by the time. We started this radio show. So I love the idea of reinvention, and I want to say a big shot on some. I guess distant cousin Marty Funkhouser. All right. Let's wrap up check with a game. Greg. You could play funchess. You can play. Ben. We just got done with the college football bowl season. I have a list of ten bowl games. Some of these are actual bowls that were played at some point in the past not necessarily this year. But they were actually played others on this list. I completely made up. So you guys tell me real or fake bowl game? All right bowl game. Number one. The Aloha airlines pineapple bowl. Ben is that real or fake? I gotta get that on the. The assignments sheet for next year that sounds like a real one, Greg. Good time dealer fake the Aloha bowl was real. But I'm gonna say it's fake. Okay. Fun. I'm gonna say rue the only person who got that. Right. Was Greg Burke completely made it up. All right, number two, the famous Idaho potato bowl, the famous Idaho potato bowl fund, real or fake. That's definitely -able. You'd think that is. Definitely -able. All right. Gregg, was it. It's the actually the famous I will read it again, the famous Idaho potato bowl you made that up. Greg. I'm sorry famous Idaho potato that is a bowl this. How? The famous part. You're y'all have one correct? All right. Who went first at ten fund. She went I Greg the salad bowl. Really? Fake fake. All right. Fudge definitely van. That's fake. Come on. Cares role wrong. The salad bowl existed for nineteen forty seven to nineteen fifty five played in Phoenix..

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"greg burke" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"greg burke" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"That's a good question. I suppose somebody that is but Ronald Reagan was very accomplished actor sports cast. And then it was a sportscaster. Then became president. I think that's really cool. I work with a guy like that right now. We're tells Bennett playing the NFL for ten plus years. Now, he creates animation in art and children's books, and he's created an artist people have second careers bright in. It's interesting to see you. Remember, John tash wrote the nineties and actually was a was a classical musician ROY Firestone. The sports caster actually does a one man traveling show. That's not about sports that he was a classically trained musician. But then also hosted entertainment tonight. So people are able to do one thing. And then do something that's totally different. Yeah. It John Brody the old forty Niner quarterback ended up playing on the pro golf tour. Straight say like I'd like to be good at one thing to do that. Well, enough good at being John Ireland. Yeah, that's our Jack of all tray. Master of California. Yeah. The best example of that would be somebody that like always reminded life is short. Appreciate every moment. But then you think about it life is long, and you can do a lot of different things. Sam Jackson wasn't in movies until later in his life. How many now he's moving? Everybody just shot three by the time. We started this radio show. So I love the idea of reinvention, and I want to say a big shot on some. I guess distant cousin Marty Funkhouser. All right. Let's wrap up check with a game. Greg. You could play funchess. You can play. Ben. We just got done with the college football bowl season. I have a list of ten bowl games. Some of these are actual bowls that were played at some point in the past not necessarily this year. But they were actually played others on this list. I completely made up. So you guys tell me real or fake bowl game? All right bowl game. Number one. The Aloha airlines pineapple bowl. Ben is that real or fake? I gotta get that on the. The assignments sheet for next year that sounds like a real one, Greg. Good time dealer fake the Aloha bowl was real. But I'm gonna say it's fake. Okay. Fun. I'm gonna say rue the only person who got that. Right. Was Greg Burke completely made it up. All right, number two, the famous Idaho potato bowl, the famous Idaho potato bowl fund, real or fake. That's definitely -able. You'd think that is. Definitely -able. All right. Gregg, was it. It's the actually the famous I will read it again, the famous Idaho potato bowl you made that up. Greg. I'm sorry famous Idaho potato that is a bowl this. How? The famous part. You're y'all have one correct? All right. Who went first at ten fund. She went I Greg the salad bowl. Really? Fake fake. All right. Fudge definitely van. That's fake. Come on. Cares role wrong. The salad bowl existed for nineteen forty seven to nineteen fifty five played in Phoenix..

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"greg burke" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"greg burke" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

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"greg burke" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"greg burke" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Why they can get the real thing. The real thing can lead to a lot of kids all over the place. That's true. A robot. A robot will never bother you by calling you back. The very robots never gonna say, hey, we're going to get together again. No, the robot has no feelings. Okay. One last question about the robot brothel. I love robot brothel as a as a concept, right? If you go to a robot brothel. Okay. Would Lisa consider that to be cheating? It's only a robot. I think she would consider it to be pathetic. I don't know is cheating. Great color up. I don't know if this hour thirty. Yeah. Caller up right now. Yeah, I don't think Interphone you got our cell. I call she answers. I won't just have you as you. She never answered would would MRs j be upset of probably laugh at me, you know? So you can do it. No, I wouldn't do it. It'd be like, that's just ridiculous. I promise they would leave you because if you think if that's what you need, you need a robot than I'm outta here. Yeah, she, I think I think she would find it very sad. I, I don't think she would necessarily be mad at me. I think she would find me way less attracts. If I listen faded in a robot brothel, the about this, the thing about this is Greg, did you try is ringing right now. I will. She might pick up if spots are getting so real now and John, there will be a time. I guess I don't want to say where you can basically. Yeah, Lisa's never there when we need her. Trier Trier lever message, we'll try later. Yeah, I don't. I don't think a sex pot brothel is necessarily cheating. I don't either, but I think that it would not go well for me if I visited the sex. I don't know. That is nothing. I like more than weird technology. The fact that we would even ask that question will be the. Tossed in is great. All in with a game out, Greg, you can play Jay. You can play. All right. So the website five thirty eight which used to be owned by ESPN has a piece up about what is and what isn't acceptable when you're on an airplane. Let's see what you guys agree with. Okay, they surveyed over thousand people who fly regularly. All right. Number one. What percentage of people say it's rude to wake up the guy on the aisle if you need to get up. So in other words, you're in the middle or you're on the window, you gotta get up. Is it rude to wake up the guy in the isle, Greg, what percentage of people would say that is rude fifteen? I'm say like thirty thirty maze hundred. Say like ten. It goes with the territory. Corrales is the winner thirty, seven percents dicusss okay, you're on the window. You're supposed to hold it for five hours. Okay. Get out of here. What percentage said it's rude to bring an unruly kid on a plane j it's rude to bring an Rulli kid on the plane. What percentage out sixty percent? Steve ninety? Nine percent. Greg Seventy-three. Greg Burke. Miniature winner eighty two percents, say ninety nine was not all that far off. What percentage said it's rude to ask if. You can switch seats. See, you can sit with one of your friends, Steve. What percentage said it's rude to ask if you can switch, hey, man, can can you get out of there? I want to sit with my friend thirty five percent. All right. Greg. I was gonna say thirty five forty three. I'm gonna say twenty twenty. Yeah. Jay's right. Only twenty six percent. True people do that all the time. I'm like, I'm happy to do it unless I'm in a really good. This is the one that next to rowdy baby. This is the last one. What percentage said it's rude to recline your seat. You know, like you would press the button and recline your seat. Greg. What percentage said it's rude to do that? I think that's gonna be pretty high sixty two j. Oh, I think it's eighty five. That's really rude. I bought and some of those things where you can plug it into the chair so they can't recline..

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Pope to meet victims of sexual abuse in Ireland

Midday on WNYC

01:00 min | 3 years ago

Pope to meet victims of sexual abuse in Ireland

"The Vatican has confirmed pope Francis will meet victims of clerical sex abuse during his weekend visit to, Ireland NPR Silvio Pohjola reports that the. Issue is likely to dominate, the pope's trip given recent scandals around the world. And Ireland's own clergy sex abuse history that it can spokesman Greg Burke broke with tradition confirming ahead. Of time a papal meeting with victims, that's a sign analysts. Say that the Holy See knows very well what's at stake in this trip the important thing for the pope said, Burke, is to listen the. Trip to Ireland comes as the church undergoes its biggest credibility crisis in decades facing simultaneous, sex scandals in Chile Australia and the United States Francis has issued a. Letter to the faithful seeking help in uprooting this culture of death but he remains under intense pressure to announce concrete steps to ensure accountability. For those bishops responsible For covering up, abusive

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"greg burke" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"greg burke" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"She said a better disciplinary system was needed for bishops who enabled abuse to occur in his letter pope Francis called on Catholics to help the church up route child sexual abuse, calling it a culture of death in a statement, the Vatican spokesman, Greg Burke said the pope understood the extent of the damage done. This is about Ireland. This is about the United States, and this is about Chile, but not only pope. Francis has written to the people of God, and that means everyone. It's significant that the boat calls abuse a crime, not only a sin and that he asks for forgiveness, but he acknowledges that no effort to repair the damage done. We'll ever be sufficient for victims and survivors. The pope has listen to many victims over the years in this is clearly shaped the letter. He points out that the wounds from abuse never disappear. Pope Francis has written other letters to countries including Chile and Australia, style, religious offense. Reports academy why this one is different. I think it's significant because it's unprecedented in that it's a less to the entire faithful all of the world's Catholics on the subject of sexual abuse. It's an issue that is a very grave one for the church, but no pope has until today written a letter to every Catholic in the world on the subject. And it does follow the disclosure of abuse that took place in Pennsylvania. And was reported on by the grand jury. It shows that does this kind of gathering storm revelations of pasta abuse in the Catholic church and that they've been covered up not just in the United States also in Australia. Also in Chile, also here in Britain. Learn inquiry found last week that the had been more abuse in schools than had been previously thought, and it's designed. I think to set up the pope's arrival in island on Saturday. Another place where faith in the church has been shattered really by repeated cases of abuse by priests and by nuns. Now, advocates for victims of abuse by Catholic clergy. So disappointed with the letter. What's the broader response to it? Being the responses that. Survivors of abuse would like to hear more from the pope in terms of action rather than just woods and sympathy, Catholic abuses, not a new story in the sense that in the dust of Boston in the northeastern United States in the early part of the last decade, there was a big scandal that was a film made about the Boston Globe discovery of all this abuse at the time, the pope decried it, Christian leaders decried this abuse. They said it was terrible. And some survivors today saying, this is just a repeat of what happened back then. This is just fine. Words from the pope is one survivor said earlier and no actual sign of ANC action sanctions for those guilty of abuse all covering it up, religious affairs reporter. Callum may next to you gotta wear around seventy. People have been detained in the capital component. Police and security forces fired live rounds and tear gas on protesters calling for the release of five opposition and peace, including the pop. Musician, Bobby wine who they say has been tortured in detention Ugandan President, you are seventy has described these reports as fake news. These people describe the situation in the city earlier, Tony so much disorganized. It's affecting people's business and soldiers beating some innocent people who have just left there aren't going home and you'll get seventy own with says, power belongs to the people. Now, people have come out to say they want to be wine to be the president of the Republic of Uganda. This police spokesman million Komiya said older had now been restored, but his weekly intervene danley this traditions now come with us or compounds and early Gannon's note engage into this race because as we say, unlawful, they're not acceptable. The criminal actions correspondent in Kampala, Catherine beer Hunga told me what the protesters are calling for for the main thing that the is. Have been saying is that the routes on the streets demonstrating against the detention of what we wind. Now, he's a popular musician who's now a member of parliament and they say that he's been tortured whilst in detention and they would like him to get proper medical treatment..

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"greg burke" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"greg burke" Discussed on PRI's The World

"I'm Carol hills, and this is the world pope Francis issued an unprecedented letter today addressed at Catholics worldwide. It addresses the global sex abuse crisis that continues to engulf the church and the alleged cover up in country after country, by bishops and others in the church hierarchy. The letter appears to have been prompted by the latest revelations of abuse here in the US from the world's religion desk. Here's Matthew bell. The Vatican described today statement from pope Francis as an impassioned letter addressed to the whole people of God Massimo Fizuli an expert on the Catholic church at Villanova university says, he can't think of another papal statement like it going back at least a couple of centuries. These called what happened. We've the glucose sexual abuse, not just as sins and emissions, but crimes. Francis even use the word atrocities to describe what Catholic clergyman have done to children. The pope referred. To a recent grand jury report from Pennsylvania about widespread sexual abuse and cover ups, saying they were long ignored. Visually says, this wasn't the first time that a pope has expressed remorse for these crimes, but the atmosphere, especially in the US Catholic church is what's very different. Now, they're ease a bipartisan, anger and rage against the peace, cabal hierarchy and eats church that has never been in this kind of wish it not even into thousand into Wendy's. KENDALL erupted in Boston that he's really an you when he says, bipartisan visually means there's agreement among liberal and conservative Catholics alike. The US bishops cannot be trusted to get to the bottom of this. I don't completely share that personally, but this is something that you certainly out there on the laypeople and among many in the clergy. So this is new because they're ease a total collapse in iniquity, ability of duets bishops, unity, US church, one word that was not used in the letter by pope. Francis was bishops, but that can spokesman, Greg Burke released. An audio sound bite that did foot. Frances greater accountability is urgently needed, not only for those who committed these crimes, but also for those who cover them up, which in many cases means bishops. Burke emphasized the scope of the problem. He mentioned Chile where authorities are also conducting an investigation into Catholic clergy, sexual abuse and cover up. And I rarely which has been coming to terms with its own version of the scandal for.

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U.S. attorney general issues order to speed up immigrant deportations

Midday on WNYC

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

U.S. attorney general issues order to speed up immigrant deportations

"Attorney general Jeff Sessions is try To speed up deportations sessions, is ordering immigration judges to limit, continuances or delays in removal proceedings to only cases. Where there is evidence of good 'cause he says the interim. Order would. Be an important check on the authority of immigration judges and would, prohibit them, from granting, continuances for any reason or for no reason at all

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"greg burke" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"greg burke" Discussed on No Agenda

"Anna or deduction in oklahoma means less tax revenue coming in states just figure it's worth it if it gets more people to college but all of this is why congress's sudden expansion of the program indicate twelve schools has some experts worried this change allows private school families to put their money through five twenty nine accounts and avoid state income taxes net malkhas studies ed policy at the american enterprise institute it's a conservative leaning think tank it's a change from the federal level that puts a number of states in a pretty tough position moving forward malka says if lots of new families sign up and current families contribute more within states could end up losing a lot more money in tax breaks i think he would immediately create a on intended budgetary hit the state budget greg burke of the new york state council of school superintendents says this expansion and surprised states after all it came top down from washington and states have unbudgetedfor it new york offer savers a ten thousand dollar deduction on their state taxes in illinois where michael fredericks is treasurer it's even more generous twenty thousand dollars he says five twenty nine were meant to save longterm for college and that letting families use them for kindergarten changes things if they're putting money in one month in taking out the deck they don't really have that advance of longterm investing and it's really good using them to get around state seems like a pretty big deal to the states.

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"greg burke" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"greg burke" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Is your markets a trading lower at this hour the nikkei and japan down about one point three percent you're listening to npr news from washington echo fact said today its earnings took a hit in the wake of one of the worst data breaches in history but as empires chris arnold reports the company still made ninety six million dollars last quarter that net earnings figure is down nearly thirty percent from the prior quarter but adjusting for one time costs from the scandal the company actually beat expectations analysts are split over equi faxes future the company had that massive databreach involving social security numbers and other information for 100 and 45 million americans that might hurt ecwa facts longerterm or it might actually help the company because it will spur demand for credit monitoring and cybersecurity services for years to come meanwhile this week the company's top executive told lawmakers that he didn't know if echo faxes now encrypting the personal data keeps on so many americans though later the company said its in the process of doing that chris arnold npr news the vatican says it will no longer sell cigarettes to employees in its dutyfree shops and supermarkets greg burke is a vatican spokesman there's been more and more recognition of the harm the tobacco does and uh the pope of course is aware of this as well and even though it's been a source of revenue for the vatican it's more important to do the right thing and protect people's lives the vatican stands to lose at least an estimated eleven million dollars a year in profits wall street was lower by the closing bell the dow was on one hundred one points to end at twenty three thousand four hundred sixty one the nasdaq was down thirty nine to close at sixty seven fifty the sp 500 was down nine points at twenty five 84 i'm janine herbst npr news.

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"greg burke" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"greg burke" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from cyber policy helping protect small businesses against cyber attacks with the first end to end solution that combined cyber planning security and insurance customized for small business visit cyber policy dot com for a custom quote in just four minutes live from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly pope francis is granting leave to a top adviser who is facing charges of sexual abuse in his native australia the charges against cardinal george pell follow a two year investigation police described the charges as historical offenses vatican spokesman greg burke says the allegations are decades old the holy see expresses its respect for the australian justice system which will have to decide the merits of the questions raised at the same time it is important to recall the cardinal pell has openly and repeatedly condemned as immoral and intolerable the acts of abuse committed against minors cardinal pell is seventy six years old he denies the charges later today the trump administration is expected to announce howitt's implementing president trump's temporary travel ban and pierre's brian naylor says this follows monday's ruling by the us supreme court partially reinstating the ban covering six muslimmajority countries the order bars travelers from iran libya somalia sudan syria and yemen from entering the us for ninety days the high court ruled the ban should only apply to foreign nationals who lack any bona fide relationship with the person or entity in the us that would seem to me that people with relatives in the country or students are those with jobs here would be eligible for visas president trump says the suspension is to allow the government to review its vetting procedures for people from those mostly muslim nations it's not clear how it would affect refugees from those nations under the order would bar from entering the us for one hundred twenty days brian naylor npr news washington.

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