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USA Swimming urges USOPC to ask for delay of Tokyo Games
"The head of USA swimming is calling for the twenty twenty summer Olympics in Tokyo to be postponed until next year USA swimming CEO Tim Hinchey sent a letter to the U. S. Olympic and Paralympic committee on Friday describing the challenges USA swimmers face and urging the U. S. PC to use its voice as a leader within the Olympic movement to speak up for its athletes earlier Friday U. S. so P. C. board chair Suzanne wanting and said that the decision light with the World Health Organization the Japanese government and the international Olympic committee promising that her committee would never sent athletes in harm's way if they didn't think it was safe I'm Danny cap
Musical Fantasies for Kids
"Welcome to classics for kids. I'm Naomi Lewin. You probably know that a fantasy is something you make up out of your imagination. The music a fantasies started out the same way a piece that Musicians Shinzo made up as they went along these days. improvising composing as you. Play is mostly done by jazz musicians. But in the renaissance. When when the name fantasy or Fantasia I got attached to compositions classical performers were encouraged to go with whatever inspiration came to them? It was almost almost considered cheating to write down a fantasy A hand Sebastian bath originally only called that piece of Fanta Z German for fantasy but then he changed the title to invention same thing in England. They often shortened fantasy fantasy too fancy in Spain or Italy they called it a Fanta Zia and in French Pontes E. Sometimes a fantasy became the beginning of a whole sweet in the nineteenth century. Instead of making up the melodies themselves composers posers started to build fantasies out of pre existing tunes. Max Bruch used folk tunes. He picked up on a trip to the British isles in his Scottish fantasy in. Uh Pablo this. Sarah Saute a Spanish violinist based a fantasy for his instrument on themes from George visas opera. Carmen which is set in Spain in another Spanish fantasy by Joaquin Rodrigo uses old dance melodies in a new arrangement for guitar and Orchestra the fantasy up at one. Hindi Hinchey lingerie or fantasia for gentlemen French composer Marceta grown Shawnee took a bit of melody from a Haydn Symphony and wrote a fantasy for harp the granddaddy of all fantasies is one by Beethoven who love up to break musical rules. It used to be that fantasies were just for instruments. Beethoven started out this fantasy with the piano But he wound up having an orchestra and chorus join in in her in spite of the fact that the pianist does most of the work. That's known as Beethoven's Choral Roll Fantasy Rape Wban. Williams named several of his pieces fantasy or Fantasia but even though the fantasia on green sleeves opens opens with a fanciful. Little flew click. The piece actually follows a musical form. A BE A. There's a melody the a tune. A second melody tabled be and then the first eight melody again. The a tune is the folk song. Green Sleeves uh the B section in the middle is based on another folk song. Lovely Lovely Joan. After that the Kyun returns more green sleeves ray-ban Williams lived during a great period for English composers
"hinchey" Discussed on Audio Theatre Central | Exploring Family Friendly Audio Drama
"Dot com is not dedicated to audio drama when you go there. You have kajillions things to look forward to fine. How're you gonna find what you're looking for. You still have to know that lamp lighter exists. You still have to know that jay hinchey exists you still have to know about all of these things in order to find them but the power of one place. That's that's all it does. There is nothing else that happens on this website other within this audio drama stuff on place dot com with their is actually website christian audio dot com. Oh oh see i yeah there yeah but this is a it's like the christian version of audible sure so oh all of the titles on their you know quote christian. They do have classics as well sure but that's an opportunity that i think they could move of into if they wanted to have okay. Here's our audio book section. Here's our audio drama section. You saw it needs to be something where discovery is easy. <hes> and that's the main problem again. How many times have we talked to people. I don't know you know about this one or that one or the other thing yeah but as long as you have some kind of threshold for you're making sure that these four pillars are kind of observed. I guess there would need to be some quality control. That happened here because you could get some really interesting stuff on you could i. I feel like there's a fairly large opportunity here and i think that platform heels four pillars keeping that holding up that platform of audio drama it's going into into our ears. You know all of us. We we listen to something. We'll give it a chance for a few minutes and then if we don't like it yeah done sometimes sometimes i'm like. I really want to get into this okay. You know i'll i'll stick with it and then okay. Maybe the next one's better but whatever yeah when you say the four pillars i i'm really visual so i see it like you know those four pillars in just in my mind i was thinking about it like putting an order you have you know sound design acting script and then music you know you take those i those two in the middle acting and the script out of the whole thing is bose in yeah yeah you can have really good sound design a really good music. You take those two. It's still stands. The platform still stands up. Will you take you know what i was trying to think like that and by taking you mean they're not yet your we knew that pillar or or or if it's not there at all if it's just not up to its today to are up to the right yeah they all have to get the same height but maybe a week fillers through the whole thing teetering a little bit you know you can tell that there's something off but it might be okay if the sound design and the what was it you said music right yeah music on the if the sound design and music or just okay and i think our proof of this is all time radio sure you you can still get into the story because the writing and the acting are in general professional excellent. The music is very barebones. If it's there at all in the sound design is is bare bones yeah very minimal so i think the two that are probably the most important or the writing and acting. That's that's a fair point. Yeah because i mean that's been proved by audiobooks right yeah true yeah i think so i'm still hold your attention just with the writing but i think to have a stable platform like you said we need the four right before well again we've tossed out a lot of ideas and concepts and thoughts and questions we want your feedback both both from fans and from people in the industry we really wanna you know. Let's build something where we can help each other in this space base yeah. That's the goal well after. All of that are powell. I think we're done yeah well. We are absolutely thrilled to have on the show.
"hinchey" Discussed on The Fractal Marketing Podcast - with Gerard Doyle
"I'm joined by Rosie odd. See Rosie is fulltime side. HUSTLERS Hinchey describes the self accidental storyteller a growth mud pretend virata and I think she's selling herself short. They're a real human but importantly to us. Rosie is a content marketing gun with a really clear vision what it takes to stand on on online and had are actually force yourself itself. Get that content ridden so rosie. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for having me so we've known each other for a little bit and we recently presented together at an event and I was really came to get you on to the podcast to talk about one particular thing that I found particularly expiring as you were talking about content marketing to a room full of people and that was around this idea that the biggest barriers have producing content is probably yourself. You know who we know that we want to do it with readily articles that content is king and is a key mocking potter arsenal especially when talking to start up found. Is You know these people who are doing it full themselves so they know it's important but we always put it off. A whiskey had to do it so I wanted to talk to you and and revisit these ideas you have around how you actually actually get yourself to stop producing content via business. Yeah I love it now. Honestly it's one of those things where especially for startups when you'll bootstrapping in theory it's the easiest thing you could do on your iron but in practice optus sitting down and actually talking about yourself and Your Business and why you did it and all of that those sorts of things you'll have a million ideas in conversation but when you sit down to actually write it you know a lot of people will just stare at the blank page for long enough to realize that there's probably other priorities parties in the business which may or may not egeria about oftentimes. It's a really big missed opportunity especially in early stage businesses and so I've experienced that right. I've gone on to do some content so I kind of open up grandma or a word docker Walker nine powder anything. Can I try to get started and that seems to me the worst way to actually start because you're gonNA looking grand going. Come on inspiration hit me now. How do I get around that? Where where do I find my inspiration? Not when I'm trying to yeah so I think it's really important that we will realize that writing and ideas kind of skill then not just the not a gift from above the not bequest upon some people and not others are in our festival just because you staring at a blank screen and nothing's coming doesn't mean you're not creative not interesting Israeli just like you haven't built up the practice yet so the way I started in the way I recommend most people start is start writing in a low stakes environment meant just right for yourself right so for maybe a year I did daily journal entries with myself of course. I wasn't growing a business at this time so it wasn't wasn't that urgent. It was it was just for me. I wanted to get back into writing and I would just write and every morning I would do that and then the top was on so if I wanted to point that hers I'm going with this metaphor man. If I wanted to point that hers it something else then I could and so when I actually started out doing this other people it wasn't so hot because I'd been pulling ideas out of my head for so long now in your business that may not be an option to you know just take a year to find your ability to do this but what I would say is could you at the end of every day..
"hinchey" Discussed on KTRH
"Find yourself with a victory tonight against this Mariners team that is at this point looking to lose more than they win that is for sure. And maybe Alex bregman bust out a little bit because that batting average for him as a little bit low. I know he's overall. Not happy. See with the starting lineup tonight, presented to you by MAMBO, seafood. Your mumbo Nikko starting lineups presented to you by MAMBO seafood for the stroz and a j Hinchey rolls out his card like this Derek Fisher in the Leo spot plays left field. Batting second is the shortstop tonight. Alex bregman Josh Radic is the designated hitter. He will third. Yuli gurriel is the third baseman in the cleanup spot Robertson, Trina catcher. That's v Tyler white the first baseman bat sixth Jake Maricic, the center fielder. Batting seventh Jack Mayfield at second base tonight bats eighth and mile straw, the right, fielder bats nights around out that Astros lineup for the Mariners and Scott service, he's filling out his looking like this Malik Smith. The center fielder is in the leadoff spot. Mitch Haniger all-star last you're struggling this year. He doesn't bust out against the Astros. He's the two hole. He plays right field. Edwin Edwin Encarnacion. His days are numbered in Seattle. He's the first baseman tonight. He will bat, third Daniel Vogel box designated hitter, isn't the clean cleanup spot. Kyle Seager third-base bats v. Omar nevarez is the catcher batting sixth. Former Astro Domingo Santana. The leftfielder bat seventh shed long. The second base in bats eighth Dylan. More rounds their lineup. He is the nine hole. He will play shortstop tonight for that Seattle squad. Dr Whitsett in the Whitsett vision group present to you the look around the league, I mentioned earlier MLB draft going on. There are Texas guys littered across the board. We are at this point twenty picks into the draft the Astros picket, thirty two so we'll see what they do in terms of that, pick, Robert Fordham, sif sparked tool alert you to what that pig is on the air during the broadcast. I am sure of that. But just a couple of those Texas names had been selected royals taking Bobby Witt junior shortstop out of Kali Ville in up there heritage high school in Collegeville of with the second pick the other Texas guys were taking the reds going with Nick lamelo, the pitch. Out of TCU, Josh junk, third baseman from Texas Tech guns up. He unfortunately, went to the Texas Rangers with the eighth pick Baylor catcher. Shea Gary sorry. Shane, he won't the ninth pick to the Braves third baseman out of lake Travis high school in Austin, went with the twelfth pick to the Mets, Texas, well, represented clothing. Saint-just sinto, junior college Jackson bridge went to the national's. The seventeenth thick, but that will do it for us here in the on deck show. Robert foreign Steve sparks coming up next from T mobile park, no tinting show after the ball game with being a late night, west coast games starting after nine. So we'll talk to you tomorrow morning at six AM on the Sean Salisbury. Show about this victory is the stroz to make it four straight in the first.
As Employment Rises, African American Transplants Ride Jobs Wave To The South
"Support for this NPR podcast. And the following message come from the UPS store, offering services from shredding to printing to mailbox seeing, and instead of closing this Memorial Day weekend may twenty fourth and twenty fifth. The UPS store is doing another thing altogether. Opening the UPS store every anger for small business, and of course shipping. The jobless rate in the United States is at a near fifty year low. So all this month NPR's looking at what that means for workers, and communities, many African Americans are seeing an opportunity for better jobs and cheap housing in the south and Charlotte, North Carolina is one of their destinations NPR's Danielle Czeslaw reports, Britney Smith shows me around the house. She and her husband bought on the outskirts of Charlotte. Here. Washer dryer your standard. It's beige house with brick facade. There's a front porch and a two car garage and a green front lawn. She holds her fifteen month old daughter, Erla Smith grew up, mostly in Detroit, six years ago. She struggled to find a fulltime job in healthcare. They're her then boyfriend Sam was a career counselor at a college campus, that was closing. We're looking at what cities are growing for young professionals in Charlotte was always in the top five, it helped that Smith's father had moved back to North Carolina about two hours away from Charlotte. So they made the move. We did have the idea. If you know, we may go down here for a year. We don't like it, then we can always go home, this Smith's are part of an influx of African Americans to Mecklenburg county North Carolina. The African American population here has ballooned by sixty four percent since two thousand some people come from neighboring counties in north and South Carolina. But thousands are coming from Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey in Illinois, and other cities in the south are seeing similar growth, including Houston, Atlanta Tallahassee and Columbia South Carolina Smith. Thirty two is about to begin a new job at a health insurance company doing community outreach. He starts Monday actually so very quick turnaround. But yet starts Monday her previous job was similar it was a dream job. She says, but the new position pays better and has more responsibility. Sam now her husband found work in Charlotte to as a university career, counselor opportunities for black folks, the south, and that have never been in the same sentence. Demographer Jessica baron endure North Carolina says throughout much of the twentieth century millions of African Americans left the south to escape racial discrimination, and lack of opportunity that Hobie got the Harlem renaissance and Chicago blues. These are all a part of the story of the great. Gration as manufacturing dried up in the rust belt services tech and finance expanded in southern cities, African Americans started coming back, Barron says migrants tend to have higher education and more connections than African Americans who remained in places like North Carolina for generations. The job market for African Americans over the past two years is the best ever unemployment is at six point seven percent. Although it's double the rate for whites Charlotte, in particular, is booming the city has seen eight straight years of job growth, but as the tide has risen here, it has not lifted all boats equally. Charlotte historian Tom Hinchey, it says decades of segregation and redlining have given African Americans in Charlotte, fewer opportunities to buy homes and build wealth. Affordable housing is especially an issue for African Americans. It requires special effort to overcome it because special effort created and in Charlotte. Many. African Americans work in industries, like hospitality and retail where wages have stagnated that mirrors the national trend where wages have grown more slowly for African Americans than any other group. I meet, Nicole muse. Dennis at one of two jobs. She works as bar manager at night and a special education teacher during the day. I'm what I call over employed. I have two jobs and I'm still trying to make us. Dennis says raising two daughters as a single mom on a teacher salary, has forced her into a sixty five hour workweek a couple days later. I join her morning routine flushing, it's still dark as she gets ready to drive her daughter to school hard, part is just make sure I get up actually I get up in the morning. That's the hard part. Sure, I can actually drive there. Mus- Dennis owned her townhouse in a middle class neighborhood called university city and the value of her home has increased in recent years, but our Texas have gone up, too. As mused Dennis strains to make a living. Brittany smith. The Detroit transplant is not as overextended she and her husband, both work jobs. They love and they have just one child, she feeds her daughter era, a pouch of organic, sweet potatoes here. I am a transplant that come has come down here enough taken advantage of all these opportunities. Now, some of it may be too. I have an education insane from a husband, but also it made me actually my husband and I had to look at ways that we can help bridge, the gap the structural issues that keep many African Americans unemployed or underpaid are difficult to fix but a strong economy opens more paths to success. And that's the experience of the Smith, family and millions of other African Americans who are starting new lives in the south Daniela, Chaz low NPR news Charlotte.
"hinchey" Discussed on The RV Podcast
"Door Hinchey can open it from either side nevertheless show. We saw you at was. I think the only Overlander shows, and you are showing some new coolers. Some the kept ice cream is hard as a brick which is a hard thing to do in an An RV. RV. Those are the portable refrigerator freidy freezers the cfpb XBox. And what's new for that is we've come up with a dual sewn? So it is a compressor driven refrigerator freezer that you could set anywhere from fifty degrees down a minus seven so some of the models is a single setting. So you have to choose you. I want to use it as a refrigerator or I can use it as a deep freeze. But now we've come up with a dole soun-, so it has few thermostats to leads to compartments so you can actually set one side to freeze wonder refrigerate or refer drapeau sides freeze. Both sides runs off a troll, volt or one ten technology is. Infecting literally every part of the RV. It really is. And and the especially with the CF XBox is an RV ears were really concerned with power consumption. And so with the ability to freeze down to minus seven with a twelve old compressor is pretty impressive. Show. This is the the big show the kicks off the twenty nine thousand nine season. What's your oppression of the show, so far, and what should consumers know about the industry is we start a new year? I. With moving.
"hinchey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Women of our military. President Trump has said that the country could be overwhelmed by what he termed an invasion of central Americans. The governor of the Mexican state of Veracruz has withdrawn and offer to transport thousands of Central American migrants towards the US border Miguel and fell Eunice had offered to bus the migrant convoy, hundreds of kilometers to Mexico City. But see now says it would be wrong to do. So at present because of water shortages in the capital. President Trump has announced his intention to terminate Martinez preferential trade arrangements with the US from the start of January because the African country has not made sufficient progress on ending forced labor. The move follows a review of Mauritania's eligibility for benefits under the African growth and Opportunity Act. Daiva involved in search and rescue operations following a plane crash in Indonesia last Monday has died line flight JT six ten plunged into the sea shortly after taking off from the international airport in Jakarta with one hundred and eighty nine people on board. There were no survivors, Rebecca Hinchey is in Jakarta. Authorities say Cheryl anto was rushed to a north Shikata hospital on Friday night that pronounced dead on arrival. He was diving in the Jarvis e in an operation to retrieve the lion, aircraft and recover more of the passengers bodies. His colleagues have paid tribute to him saying he was driven by desire to help people. He had also been involved in rescue efforts in Palo on the island of Sulawesi. After the recent earthquake and soon NAMI, thousands of dead comp of washed up on the banks of the river in Iraq, south of the capital Baghdad. Steve Jackson has more details photos from the freight e show. Nick piles of dead fish wedged under a bridge fish farmers of expressing shock and anger at the loss of their livelihoods for the cause of the deaths has yet to be determined Iraq's health ministry says it is still carrying out tests on both the water and the fish, but most people are blaming pollution. Tens of thousands of people were admitted to hospital in Basilan earlier this year due to water contamination. But health officials say this time, no human illness has been reported from eating the fish world news from the BBC after one of the biggest tiger hunts in Indian history of six year old tigress believed to kill thirteen. People have been shot dead Shia-dominated capture for more than two years in the jungles of the western state of Maharashtra animal activists had campaigned to save the creature the body of the Thai owner of Leicester City football club. We see what's an opera par has been flown to Thailand for an elaborate Buddhist funeral Mr.. We try one of his country's wealthiest businessman died in a helicopter crash of the teams stadium in Britain a week ago. Jonathan had reports from Bangkok in America the status enjoyed by the late owner of Leicester City in his home country. His funeral rights are being sponsored by king. Mohammed. You're a Longhorn who has supplied an octagonal earn and a five tiered umbrella for the six day ceremony. A rare honour in Thailand the funeral starts with a traditional bathing ceremony. Buddhist monks will then repeat customer chance for six nights before a final cremation, which is likely to be attended by much of Thailand's business and political elite. A highlight will be the arrival of the Leicester City plays on Sunday who were flying out right after a Premier League match against Cardiff. It's been refilled the two bugle owned by the English poet Wilfred Owen will be played for the first time in public on Sunday to Mark the hundredth anniversary of his death on the western front in the first World War. It recalls one of his most famous war poems anthem for doomed youth, Rebecca Chen sent this report. Bugles cooling for them from.
"hinchey" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"US a full commitment to ending abuse. In sports must include children that participate outside the auspices of the US Olympic movement. Thank you for the opportunity to speak here today. Thank you for your testimony. Mr hinchey. Next with this is Tim Hinchey, president of USA swimming. Sherman Moran recommend in the fall and members of the subcommittee. Thank you for the opportunity to testify today. Like to begin by -nology and apologizing for the abuse suffered by children athletes. Other participants in so many programs the organization as a whole, and I personally deeply regret the experiences of some of our members have included sexual physical or emotional misconduct. I am personally committed to do whatever I can to prevent such abuse from happening in the future. May twenty third this year, I testify before the house of representatives about the comprehensive abuse program and response program that USA swimming has worked to Creighton develop since two thousand ten today to describe more recent efforts that USA swimming has made you demonstrate our continued commitment to provide a safe and healthy environments for our swimmers. Over the past five months efforts have included the USA swimming board of directors voted to set aside one point five million dollars to fund reserve for swimming says costs the status in two thousand fourteen swim assist is USA swimming survivor assistance, fund this.
"hinchey" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"And I worked with this incredible producer, Jeff Levy Hinchey who produced Lisa's many of leases move all of her movies, I think, and I'm really loved him. You know, we got along great. He saw how hard I worked on Lisa's move. And then I said, look, I'm gonna make my own movie. Will you read the script when it's done? Yes. So he read the script in Hugh loved it. And at the same time I went to a party David Russel's house and the night, and I had this group to my car. Maybe I can get David to read it because he and I were, but he's after three kings. But in David was too busy to read the script. That's cool. But I met this woman who was there a pissed and worked with thirteen year old girls. And I said, dude, I'm just. Writing this thing, and she goes, oh, my husband's producer. His name is Michael London. Okay. And now he's produced many Osma sideways and all kinds of great stuff. But she said, oh, let sounds very interesting. And so I said, what happened to copy of the script and the car was going to give today, but I gave it to her and the next morning at ten o'clock, Michael called me. He said, I read your script last night and so two Lynn, my wife and I really wanna help you get this made, and I'm like, wow, you know, that's pretty rare. Most producers get fifty opinions before they jump on board. But meanwhile, like the next day, Jeff said, I read it too, and I like it. I'm like, I wonder if these two guys would work together once on the east coast ones on the west, they have different skill sets..
"hinchey" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"At bobby marks forty two and the female at tweet jay hood editor with this year as we talk about nba free agency here on espn radio talk a little bit more about lebron james and whether or not the sixers are fit brian win hearst was always hinchey on sportscenter while the sixers have a meeting this may not work out for them the people closely ron will tell you that the only meetings they would take quite legitimate meetings there but a number of teams who have been interested in meeting with lebron and because they're not legitimate options for lebron he won't meet with them and so philadelphia absolutely has legitimate case here that said i don't think that they're one of the leaders i think really the lakers remain the leaders and at some point lebron even if they don't want to publicize it yeah the brian is going to have communication with the with the lakers whether it's direct face to face or whether it's through his agent now let me just say that this is the similar path that they went through four years ago zubin his agent met with four teams at that time lebron only got face to face with two teams the heat and the cavs who were the two teams he was considering my feelings here when you get a face to face meeting it means he's either saying hello we're saying goodbye so thoughts from brian windhorst in bobby is i i look at the whole lebron situation we talked about the lakers and other options but when you look at philadelphia do you foresee the the seventy sixers winning the east if lebron was off team next season no i don't i i still think boston is the is the best team in the eastern conference with kyri and gordon hayward healthy my concern would would philadelphia's you have lebron and ben simmons to two and five as far as touches per game you will lose jj radic to free agency if you bring lebron james and you have to do some bargain really some bargain shopping there you will be a defensive minded team though i mean you will have lebron comington embiid so it will be hard to score against you but as great as the brian is i still think that that that boston team is i think that boston seems pretty good bobby i agree with you completely in you and i've been having this conversation for the last few months the issue to me is as great as lebron was last season i don't see any fit any fit anywhere where i think okay they get past golden state in a nother potential finals or bit that anybody is getting by boston with the way they're constructed in assuming the health of of the guys that they were missing on top of the philly conversation the thing that gets me is i never in a million years would have thought that lebron would potentially go to los angeles by himself without some kind of other big star alongside them but the more we talk to people we just had aaron gold hammer on for me in cleveland the more the sense is that he's going to la no matter what at this point you're right i think we we probably have to brace ourselves that if it does happen that even if nick they do get a player like demarcus cousins i mean we don't know when cousins.
"hinchey" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"You can still have a good time out there but you know yeah you gotta be careful so yeah i mean and that's why they told me the detroit fireworks they do them real early 'cause all the all the surrounding towns and different things like that have there is on the fourth of july 'cause i always go why don't you just do it in the fourth of july yeah this is also the season where we're going to be hanging fireworks at night just randomly because all the set them up a it'll be solitary and you'll be like what's that noise oh yeah it's fireworks season and people just firing them off on the tenth or eleventh or something yeah yeah yeah just wait a minute it started last week they tested him out because you you see the tents and some some of the parking lots out there firework tits and everything but those are the crazy ones no people go down to that that that crazy state down down north down south and they buy the real ones and come back with them yeah yeah tends to have smaller ones even put on the side and it's like a small firework install cool but you know it's it's not the real deal you know if you will so but yeah i mean you gotta do what you gotta do to to have your time but like you said you gotta be careful with it so that's what it's all about i'm just look i i'm not crazy about fireworks i don't have you know i did one year they had the big waterslide come to i don't even know if you remember that or you know about that but on state street and i mean we went down the water slide we went down twice and line was huge dough man yeah it took a few hours to get there but we got there everybody's always in the line for those things so that was kinda cool for the fourth of july weekend yeah when i just went and bought some stuff and we just this weekend was young so she's fire she was just happy with fire get a little sparkler and she ran around with it yeah and she didn't he was coming down towards the hinchey throw it at me why why she's thrown at you would she daddy and she almost like burn me man what are you doing but yes i mean and then one year i mean i don't even know what went up north one year it was just hot and.
"hinchey" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos
"And what more do we know about his preparation dr pack with her hill speak any english to donald trump how off script he's likely to go if anything the two leaders are meeting in tomorrow will be are master disruptors in many ways where they go off script appoint to the inter korean summit when kim and moon met at that border and kim you know pulled president moon across to the other side breaking a highly orchestrated event and really for that split second taking control of that moment and president trump is is the same way or very similar in that way so we have to master disruptors in the room and i think it's going to be really interesting to see what the to clean from each other in the first couple of seconds that's right and tom buster dr pack was talking it made me think of that first meeting between president trump and the french president and that handshake that went on forever you see you have this feeling of both men going into that tuesday and you'll be looking for an advantage and of course that was a partly scripted thing on the french part as well and i was there for that hinchey but i think in this particular instance is wise and i think could reporting that there's going to be a private meeting i number of experts those that praise the president for doing this have said take the north korean leader aside and try to develop a report as if it's possible i understand that some believe it's not but i think it's worth noting that past presidents past foreign leaders his own family and his own country tried these things for different purposes under different conditions the practices that brought us to this point of pressure have been coalition not american lit and i think it's important to note that.
"hinchey" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast
"Let me see if i could find another some others yeah a bunch of them go out hinchey okay when tweet by liberty ballers february twelve thousand seventeen that's an sp nation account might be a fan sided one but nonetheless tweets article basically the title is bryan colangelo has been misleading untrustworthy on injuries as sixers gm a man tweets after that clown is going to ruin everything hanky built the junior count tweets back clown why what did he build my gosh the bias insanity okay there's a whole bunch more twitter accounts also all those twitter accounts i believe follow the university of chicago basketball team mind you the teen that colangelo son plays on okay live tweets the games and all that i mean who in the right mind would live tweet a university of chicago basketball game i figured that university is born so known for their academics but nonetheless i mean people probably do it but there's another coincidence okay three coincidences and also the wom where that's defending colangelo fourth and everything about the twitter account is connected to colangelo a fit there's five coincidences right there okay you can't tell me that just that's just the way it is that this guy whoever girl whoever owns twitter accounts the huge colangelo fendt no way all right so then twitter as it always does does some detective work and it seems that the numbers linked to those accounts one of them could be.
"hinchey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A whole host of catalysts from political risks to missiles in the middle east the stock six hundred resting at its highest level since february the seems to be no respect for investors this week tension between israel and iran mounting just days after us president trump royal to the international community with his decision to ditch a nuclear record with the islamic republic meanwhile the stage is set for a populist government to form an italy we got italian stocks an italian bombs falling today and traders rapidly coming to terms with the political upset malaysia's election many will not be looking to american inflation data later as a welcome diversion for before that we have latest bank of england rate decision investors looking to trade sterling after the decision may just need to answer one simple question are all the policymakers singing from the same hinchey money markets have betting officials will keep rates on hold today it'll be interesting to see what the split is according to i n g boobs currency strategist barrage patel he says sterling is clinging onto a hawkish p e it's base cases for two of the nine nbc members to dissent i call for higher borrowing costs decision at noon in london and for the central bank to downplay soft firstquarter growth and signal that a rate increase later this year is still in the cards on the card sterling is down today to one thirty five forty against the dollar that's a bloomberg business flash as markus karlsson with more what's going on around the world mark the us national transportation safety board will investigate the fatal crash of a tesla model s the burst into flames after colliding with a concrete wall on tuesday the agency does not anticipate testers autopilot technologies will be part of the probe investigators will primarily focus on how firefighters and others responded to the car battery fire caused by the crash in which t people were killed donald trump's lawyer rudy giuliani says that the president was unaware of payments with his personal lawyer received from several large companies michael cohen was paid by at and t novartis and affirm linked to russian oligarch viktor rexel bug at and t and novartis said it hired cohen for insights into the trump administration meanwhile russia is a genus summit between donald trump vladimir putin following the us decision to leave the.
"hinchey" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Mm this is the glenn beck program so bill o'reilly says there's three things that are going to happen with increased gun control and the first one was uh he won't be able to buy a gun in last year 21 bill does that mean that i can't give my twenty year old daughter a gun hinchey carry a gun if dead gives it tours at only she can't buy it no you can show carry it and you can go hunting and get a hunting license and all of that uh you just can't go into the store and buy it okay the second thing you said is it we're going to have increased background checks depending on what that is i mean there is thirty eight states only thirty eight states are required to report everthing to background checks which is a real problem um but depending on what that means that may be okay and use of the third thing is he ought to have armed security guards would every public school and again that's our state thing um and it's easy to do you because you just put the guards on salary like you have teachers we coach and it's based on population of the school how many have and now would go a long long way to providing protection insecurity to the nation's kits why wouldn't hasn't state done this already where they've made a big deal coming on on on know very on i mean i used to teach high school down here in south florida where i am now and i got to a few physical grapes uh with uh students gang people who intruded on the campus and i have i wish there had been armed security way back then so i i can't answer that question it just seems logical in this crazy age we live in what i want to tell all your listeners that you know the banning of certain guns like the a are 50s that's not going to happen um trump would never sign that ever in a million years so the democrats they can put forth their appeal that want to ban everything dish that yoga that's never ever going to happen in this country at this point now the democrats take both houses of congress and uh the presidency you know the try but i think it would.
"hinchey" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"February second third gestures is going to be there corey lewandowski is going to be the current was on the show yesterday and i gotta tell you i have nothing to do about it he had such a squarely connection i don't know where he was calling from olives in a car britannia that thing going on where the phones kind of going in and out and we did the best we could we got a really good segment out of it this second segment he was kicked off at the uh the folk connection drop just boom done so watch a shame because i had a couple more questions on axiom uh but you're gonna hear him tell la everything about his is books got his new book is let trump trump you'll be talking about the campaign runup to campaign all of the accomplishments of president donald trump and a bunch of other stuff it's all happening next weekend february second and third and of course on the fourth that's where you get the secret handshake the real secret hinchey as to how and go out how how you can go out and become an operative a serious a miracle loving conservative operative how you can do things to picked on communism strong down if they're gonna say it like that but that's how i look to each other globalist acts that donald trump was taken down written on davos so while this is all going to be happening next weekend the second and third february registration starts at four p m and somebody asked yesterday uh let me see if i still got an on my phone now the lovely mishaan chimed in and told me that the yes indeed you can register onsite ons if i have it in for somebody said can we go there without registering ahead i go i deleted in any way apparently you can but it's going to be more expensive i think is going to be like a hundred bucks if you just go there at the door i think i hope on that screwing it up for anybody knows anything about that i'll let me know for right now just get over to uh battle crime michigan dot com battle cry michigan.
"hinchey" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Trending today usa my name's tom hinchey welcome back and with much anticipation now president trump releases fake news awards it's weekend they're funny amp brand i think they're spot on i mean there's there's but there are eleven of them and fc hysterical uh i think the first one was it not new york times paul krugman rumor he predicted that when uh president trump got elected uh the aisle landslide victory the economy would never recover he economy would never recover ray yeah the the thing that i actually liked about these fake news words i was i was more so expecting it just to be like some uh political theaters thing a forwarding what he's already said in you know look emma's embassy in cnn are all a bunch of fake news but he actually calls out specific reporters which i think is actually better like he actually cite specific examples of fake news like of exaggerations or misrepresentations more just straight of falsehoods yet know kenny yeah i was kinda wanna have general or specific would be it so it is it this list came out i didn't actually watch it but when this was came as long as being very special perfect so and we can verify that all these were definitely fake news like when abc news is brian rossi he sent the markets in a downward spiral with his false report right yeah well and he actually got suspended for that though he got suspended for a month over that ended and you know you and i talked about that when when that specific uh you know report came out about uh hit his inaccuracies there is a segment on the view we talked about an uh we had a a clip for megan mccain was talking about how it was ridiculous that everyone was cheering like like the the dodgers won the world series now with this whole report and it's like you know.
"hinchey" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Formats sarah appreciate you joining us a sharing of the updates with the new alban act we'll check that i i like look into that sort of thing you never know with a jeopardy question's gonna come up and it's a great way to look for an answer right i hope you enjoy it thank you so much for having me thank you sir sarah janssen with the world almanac thanks for joining us are treading today usa lunatic a quick break you're listening to trending today i'm tom hinchey you knew the risks when you decided to drive drunk there could be a crash people could get hurt or kill but that didn't stop you did it you knew you could get arrested you can encourage huge legal expenses and you could possibly even lose your job you were well aware of the consequences of driving drunk but one thing for sure you were wrong when you said it was no big deal dr silver forget pulled over this message brought to you by nasa get your conservative friends a gift that will inspire and inform the finest conservative four them the country comes to phoenix this march 23rd top names in both national and local politics will be there at the western conservative conference learn how you can make a greater impact for this country reserve your seats before the end of the year did it bore apple make plans now which in the western conservative conference march 23rd in phoenix with half price seeding through the end of the year at western conservative dot org that's western conservative thought or jeep this holiday season make a smart choices which the sprinting a new samsung galaxy s eight s a plus no eight recipe acted with fifty percent off your least that's right the hottest samsung devices fifty percent off plus with galaxy forever you can upgrade to the latest galaxy anytime after twelve these days when you switch to sprint get the best price for a living twenty five dollars per month per line for a family of four plus get a myth y free that's fifty percent off rise in aidid's he will you also get ten gigabytes of mobile hotspot natshe deep so you can stream your favorite holiday movies music and games the stop by your local sprints doors rinse accomplish holiday deals for call one eight hundred route one to learn more requires eighteen.
"hinchey" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"To trending today usa i'm tom hinchey welcome back in the break republican lawmakers have told bolton national companies they are prepared to resolve their concerns about international tax issues as the party races to finalize the most sweeping package of reforms and thirty years discuss ince's ross marchand he is a secondyear master's student the department of economics at george mason university and associate fellow of the our street institute ross welcomed a trending today usa how are you today to clarify apparently the policydirector the taxpayers protection alliance oh loko let me good we're all without identifying at rooting out waste is the federal and state and local level and this tax reform obviously a big deal for us because it really fit in nicely with the goal to shrink government and make sure that regular citizens have more money in their pocket and more responsibility is handed over to the private sector and to ordinary so this than unless responsibility and taxing power allocated to the federal government what's important work that you do over there ross announced reshape them extra clarifying your titled there as well is congress can emerge both versions of the tax reform bill from both the house and the senate and they could put it into one the currently working on compromise legislation and it's difficult to predict which parts of their respective senate and house proposals we'll be melted in the compromise package but overall we you know that there will be steep reductions in the corporate rate and individual rates across the board okay what our american business owners worried about concerning corporate debt i would say that they're worried about having that policy certain teat it's necessary to hire workers and to increase wages uh we do you have this sustained economic recovery but with so many problems gripping government and so much congressional and action on it's difficult to know what the tax and regulatory environment is going to look like in five years and ten years and in particular and we have an immensely complicated tax code that's really getting in the way the innovation and job creation and has been getting in the way of those things for the past 30 years so i think that tax reform represents a milestone at ten to clear the.