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"janos" Discussed on The Children's Hour
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"janos" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
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"janos" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"In game one was when they went small. They put Janos at the five. And Middleton. And Forbes and holiday and competent, So they went extremely small and basically all that is to do. What they're trying to do is be able to just switch the high pick and roll. And when you switch Brook Lopez or Bobby Porter's onto Chris Paul His eyes were Frisbees because he was so excited to see a one on one matchup with those two guys, and we saw what happened so They can't afford to do that. And look bottom line is in the playoffs. You you've got to take away the number one option of the player. Whatever he does best. You want to make him have to go to option B. Chris Paul is one of the best midrange shooters the game has ever seen. So if you're switching screen role he's going to get to that spot whenever he wants, If it's Bobby Portis or Brook Lopez guarding him, and that's exactly what he did so They went small. They were down 20. They cut it to seven when they went to that small lineup, so I would expect that we see that small lineup quicker in this ballgame. And Hopefully, you honest is a little more healthy. I think it was more rhythm and timing and fatigue. In Game one. He said that he didn't bother him. We talked to him yesterday, so I think he's going to continue to get better as the series moves on. And if he's almost 100% Milwaukee gives himself a chance if he's not Identify. Phoenix Suns are going to do this in five. Well, I got to tell you, man. I mean, you also just kind of on, you know, unfurled. The ultimate problem here is that Chris Paul is playing. It's such a top level of his game that he's He's creating matchup problems for the defense and the the people that he can dish it to, or Devin Booker and 18, who was playing their out of their their problems on their own Selves. They you know, like they are a list players certainly eight and becoming one in Booker's. One of the best players in the NBA. I think he's turned into and that's the ultimate problem. That's a heck of a of other You know of a super team. I'll say it. You know when you when you want to put Paul together with Booker and eight and we might be looking back at some point, depending on how long the run might go, um and say, that's that's a that's a three. Headed monster that's as good as as any of the NBA. Is that too much to say, John or what? What do you think about that one? No, I'm with you, and it's put together differently way. This is not free agents, guys getting on banana boats and deciding to play together. You know, I know. I mean, they drafted Booker. They drafted Atan obviously bring Chris Paul in. But, uh, this this is a is a heck of a Phoenix Suns game that you know you wish Chris Paul was 26 to 36. Because they'd be around for a long, long time. Now. I don't know how long Chris Paul complaints this level. He's got one more year on his deal that apparently he's going to tear up and try to get three years into it to get another 100 million. Cause I'm sure he's having a hard time finding food to eat at making just 44 million, Uh, state Farm commercials don't make themselves John. You know what I mean? They just don't make themselves state farm commercials, you know? You gotta well, no, I mean it's you know James Jones, and they've done a heck of a job. Ronnie Williams is really the guy that's made, you know, created this culture and, uh, Yeah, they're really good. And I hear people talk about them being a fraud being here like Not really not my opinion. We're not a team John Barry here on the rich Eisen show, calling the NBA Finals for ESPN radio Game two tonight, And so look, uh I kind of hit that, Um That asterisk conversation. Um, about the sons with my colleague here on NBC Sports on Peacock. Michael Smith from with brother from another last week about the sons may be having an asterisk to them because they beat the Clippers team without Kawai and LeBron wasn't LeBron, right? And Anthony Davis wasn't healthy and all of that, but And Jamal Murray was out for Denver. Correct. And then you know, the Nets were not the team that they're facing, because they they didn't have their team intact. And but you still have to beat. Who's right there in front of you. It's still a crucible. It's still a run that you have to make. Certainly, you know, in the era of Covid, and when that's not easy enough at all. I know that things have knock on wood changed slightly for the better in this country. But you I think you're picking up what I'm putting down here where you stand. And you think there's ash. No, I do not not. Look, No, I didn't think there was an asterisk on the Lakers win. I didn't think there was an asterisk on the Dodgers win. I don't think there was an Astros gone on Tampa Bay's Win because, you know they were playing and and stadiums on the road with no fans. You know what I mean? Like these are the circumstances of right and you still have to win them. You know, we're not correct. You can't just, you know, ad hoc, assume the winds were going to happen anyway. You know, you can't track right so Look, we can talk about it right now that you think it's not if you don't think it's real, But in 20 years, you're going to look back and say in 2021. They were the champion. And that's the bottom line. So what, but look. Want to come to go to bat for Phoenix, if you if anybody thinks you're a fraud out there They had the second best record in the NBA. They had the best record for 500 teams are better. They had the best road record in the NBA. They had the best record in one possession games, and they closed out three series in this playoffs on the road. So Tell me that's fraudulent. And I don't know what fraudulent means. John Barry here on the rich Eisen. Shit. What do you think is going through Damian Lillard's mind right now. We think I don't know. I don't know. Is it? Who's putting it out there that he's getting traded? I don't think it's the Blazers. They'd be absolutely foolish. This guy. He's one of the best players in the NBA if he didn't play in Portland. He would be one of the bigger names in the NBA. No question. And for them to think about getting rid of him. I think they'd be crazy. I don't He's been as loyal as a guy is there is in the N B. A. He's stuck around Portland. And They will be absolutely foolish to let him go. Think where a lot of people are basing it off of his, um, like we do a lot of these days because this is the manner in which players communicate is through. Twitter account or an instagram account was you know his his tweet after getting bounced in the playoffs, where he's like, how long should I stay? 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Biden Administration Wants Electric Vehicles To Replace Gas Guzzlers
"President biden's administration has ideas to get gas powered cars off the road. The government could pay people scrambled vehicles. This happened during the great recession. And a program called cash for clunkers. npr's camilla domino reports. President biden has embraced senator. Chuck schumer's idea to pay people to turn in gas cars and by electric ones like cash for clunkers battery powered edition and when josh lynn. I heard about it. He was surprised. I thought all the research including my own had sort of killed the comeback. He's a professor at the university of maryland. And he's one of many economists who found out that the original cash for clunkers just wasn't that effective it was supposed to be an economic boost for auto companies and in eco friendly initiative to get rid of old cars with gas mileage. Every check sent a clunker the crusher and a customer dealership floors. At least theoretically in fact it did cut emissions a little but despite spending billions of dollars in overall didn't affect total new vehicle sales all that much many people who participated in the program probably would have bought a new vehicle anyway so not much bang for the tax payers buck and that's the big concern about trying this tactic again that it just won't do very much in which case why spend hundreds of billions of dollars on it unique. Consider if the money can be used for something else sebestyen custody. Janos is the lead researcher at the new urban mobility alliance. He says why not send that cash to public transit or bikes on the other hand. Maybe a cash for clunkers approach could be improved by giving it a laser focus on getting rid of the cars that pollute the most in california's san joaquin valley. Air quality is a huge problem so the valley air district is trying to get the oldest polluting vehicles off the road. Drome mayfield use to drive one of those eighty nine chevy truck old truck. It was raggedy hog. It often needed a jump and no it did not pass california's smog. Tests but after twenty five years it's still ran mayfield's feels heard about the program writing big checks to get low income drivers to chuckled clunkers. Like that truck. So he gave it a look. He says his truck was actually smoking. A little when he drove up to find out more there that they will give me nine thousand five hundred dollars toward the down payment electric car. And i said why mayfield hadn't ever thought about electric cars. Let alone thought he could afford one. But a subsidy like that meet a used nissan leaf not just affordable but irresistible are got and they were driving so good passing a barbeque gas as you. I didn't have to put the oil in and used charge back a cellphone. So happy getting mayfield. Out of his raggedy old truck was a big upgrade to his life. Having a reliable vehicle is huge and his part of the local pollution. Problem went from significant zilch five years later. That leaf is still zipping. That thing is a jet. The pilot program in the san joaquin valley was so successful that it was expanded and lynn economist says focusing on the cars that pollute the most could make a national program more effective at fighting climate. Change to yes he says. The original cash for clunkers was not an efficient use of money but instead of giving up on it maybe we can learn from it. Camilo domino npr news.
"janos" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"A proposed $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package don't make it too expensive and loaded with items not related to the pandemic. South Carolina Democrat Congressman and House Majority Whip James Clyburn. Only the Fox News rundown podcast, not acting could be more expensive. They cost of this economy. If we don't get people fascinated, get people with money in their pockets. Yet people health care That is gonna be a cost far beyond $1.9 trillion here. The complete interview on the rundown had fox news, podcasts dot com. Millie confirmed cases of the coronavirus dropping in many states over the past two weeks, leading to a loosening of some restrictions, but also an eye on Mork contagious variants of the virus that could trigger new lockdowns. There's another arrest in the theft of Corona virus vaccines and pull county, Florida Fire Rescue captain Anthony Damiano surrendered to authorities in Polk County after they say he blackmailed a paramedic to steal Corona virus vaccines. Joshua Cologne was assigned to administer shots at a fire station on January 6th. Investigators say Damiano told Cologne he wanted doses of modernist vaccine to give to family members. Cologne told deputies he refused, and Damiano then threatened to tell people he was selling vaccines outside of work in arrest. Affidavit says Cologne was scared Because of Dani Janos rank in the agency, Cologne says later in the day, he let Tommy Janos white three doses from a refrigerator, then forged paperwork to cover up the theft. The plot came undone. One of battalion chief noticed discrepancies in the paperwork and the sheriff says Cologne, confessed Steve Rappaport Fox News. It will be a noisy spring and summer in more than a third of the U. S. This year, millions of cicadas are expected to.
"janos" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"In favor of the kid. In favor of the kid. Says that Mom and Dad had no right to destroy this property that they had left that the kid had left in the house. And he says, Well, you mean If you're a landlord, and you find belongings that a tenant had left in the house, you know you don't have the right to just destroy all those things. Right? Our number 85561616 20 that is the accident, mortgage talk and text line. Your reaction to this. I again I'm trying to picture this thing. I guess I don't think of the kid where I think the judge is wrong is I don't think of the kid as being a tenant. This isn't like, okay, Somebody moves out and they leave some stuff behind and they asked to be sent to them. This the kid didn't have a lease. The kid wasn't paying rent a case a kid. He's 40 years old. He was doing chores in order to stay to me. This is mom and dad allowing their child to stay at their house. And Mom and Dad obviously didn't approve of the stuff that was left behind and they got rid of it. The federal judge says Mom and Dad Oh, the kid, thousands and thousands of dollars for destroying his porn 85561616 20. That's the AC unit mortgage talk and text line. The federal judge. Get it right. We discuss it in it. Don't go anywhere. Jeff Wagner is back right after this. You're Milwaukee Bucks are back in action. Tonight. Another preseason tuneup for Janos and the box there in New Orleans tonight to take on the pelicans are box game day coverage tips off tonight at 6 30 on the whole of the buggy, Honest wtmj..
"janos" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Janos and also think it's great for small markets because it gives small market some hope. When you see all these players, leaving If you have a good process, we have a good organization if you develop a relationship based on trust But I will give you a chance. And, yeah, this is giving them more than a few chances. Now it's time to get the job done in. You always gotta get the job done, too. So here's one more thing that I asked Peter Fagan, this the last cut that will play for you in this segment. I asked Peter Fagan about the possibility with all the James Hardin rumors, and I'm cognizant of the fact that yes, drew holiday and to give up three first round picks and two picks walks. And it's probably not like they reach a deal because they also really love Chris Middleton. If the Rockets, though, don't go and get their crazy demands of player and pick like really good player and picks. Would they possibly entertain the idea of trading Chris Middleton for James Harden? And here's What Peter Fagan its first under the fact that we spent a lot of money today side. I want to get fined by the league. It's been any more money. On any comment. I think we couldn't be happier with with kind of where we are on roster and the depth and what Chris brings Theo Brings to this team and how much we we value and lean on us specifically. Chris as an anchor to get done second where we're pretty excited where we are going into the season. So there you go. We're pretty excited where we are going into the season. I'm sure someone's gonna turn that into. Well, he didn't say the entire time. Maybe they get a deal done a few weeks in Peter fake. It may be the biggest fan of Chris Middleton. Now you could have a legit conversation. If you could do Don't they could be straight out Middleton for Harden. You could have a conversation about that. It could make sense for the bucks, but I think the bucks and I think Johannes wants to see this through with Chris Middleton for the time being. So, your trio. I don't call it a big three. But you're try affected in Milwaukee for the foreseeable future. Be honest. After the compa, Chris Middleton and your holiday, we'll see if it'll be enough. Get to a championship and win it all. Zack. Help show CBS Sports Radio. Come on back over in the closing bell first up on the latest CBS Sports Radio Update. We got to Bobby, you slur..
"janos" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Peter Fagan was on with us today with the Bucks have Janos onto the compost signed the Supermax Is Peter Fagan saying Be honest, loves the way things are trending with the box. He loves the prospect of the team. He loves this city. This is where you've kind of grown up in the states since he's come here and and he really wanted to put the commitment down, and he did it. So he is that special guy. There were a lot of questions and what was taking so long Here is the Bucks President Peter Fagan with us earlier today talking about why this was the right time for Janos assigning, but maybe it took a little bit longer. He really waited till he was Going back home in Milwaukee and really wanted to sit down and talk it through and kind of the way the season kind of went in the way the bubble went down and the travel to Greece. There wasn't this chapter in time. There was a concentrated, you know moment where we call sit down and discuss. Then. Also, here's another one from Peter Fagan. He said, Yeah, this is more concerned with having the bucks in a position to win than leaving. You never wanted to leave. His whole thing. He'll tell you is like I need tol. I need to and want to be in a position to win. And when he when he says when he means win the championship You know, so his his real question was never. Hey, I believe in this organization. We've been resourced. Incredible. We have great people around. Um you know, we've been competitive. It's really Kind of digging in and saying like this was a place that could win a championship. If you're honest, I do think that's true. Well, yes, You've had shortcomings the last two years, but you've been in N V p both those years. First year Were you on the M V P loss Eastern Conference finals after having a two elite and last year there's a lot of factors, but they blew an opportunity where they lost in the second round. So if I'm honest, I sit back and be honest. His personality is remaining loyal. Trying to see this true with the box wanting to stay in Milwaukee. I would think that could win a championship. There. Now you go get your holiday in the off season. You have a guy that you respect and Chris Middleton. I think he honest believes he could win a title. If you ask me right now in the box, get out of the Eastern Conference. I think they're the favorite. Believe their biggest Competition. The biggest contender after them would be the Nets, assuming of Kyrie has it together, and Cady is healthy, and you thought the Celtics and their two sixes still gotta wait and see the heat. I want to see what they do after Last year, which was a very impressive year. There's just some skepticism there. That was bubble magic. Or if they would have done that, if they weren't in the bubble, I don't think they would have. But those are just some things to think about. So yeah, I should think that he could win a championship. And clearly he does. And if you don't win a championship By the time they're is after the 2024 2025 season, he could opt out. So you better win one on this contract or he will leave after and I would not blame him..
"janos" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"That is Buck's president, Peter Fagan. We're all doing our happy dance here at WTMJ. And I thought I saw Zoom video of a Dr Raymond Tim. She he also doing a little celebratory dance tonight. Yeah, they got leaked to us. I saw gentlemen. Thank you so much for being with us. Glad to be here. Thanks. Yeah, I'm going to be with you hate him. Let's start with Yonas. From a business and morale standpoint, both kind of tied together. How big a deal is this for our city? Well for three reasons. It's a really big deal. First of all, having honest is going to fill seats that's gonna fill restaurants, hotels and bars. Those economists would call it You're going to get a lot of indirect impact from having Janos on the court. That's going to induce a lot of spending. Outside the arena. The second one, I think is a little more under the radar, but the state's going to collect a lot of tax revenue from that contract. And when the bonds were sold the Finance Fiserv Forum we were really hoping on the incremental increase in the player salaries to pay for that. So in a sense, Janos is going to help pay for the court that he plays on. And then third. I think we've kind of bought a lottery ticket for the next five years to the NBA Finals. Great points. Dr. Raymond Question for you. We keep hearing that some of these cove in 19 vaccines or 95% effective. What does that really mean? Normally for the public, and we interpret this as a 95% of vaccinated people didn't get Coben. Is that an accurate interpretation? When it comes to this? Yeah, I think that's actually very close that to vaccines that are likely beyond the market before the end of the year, the visor and Madonna vaccines did study the transmission of disease. But one thing people need to understand. They only measured people who got sick. So we know that the vaccine is 95% likely to prevent Transmission of the disease. That's symptomatic and serious disease. But what we don't know is there may have been a lot of people that really did get covert 19, but because they receive the vaccine, they didn't have symptoms. And so that's what we need to study over the next month or so. Dr Raymond. I want to follow up with you and ask a couple of kind of rapid fire questions about the vaccine. What will happen if someone gets first shot and the second doesn't arrive Or is that not how it will work? Well, there'll be a guarantee that the second doses will arrive. How is that going to play out logistically? You know what? Obviously they're very thing things they're guaranteed in life. But my understanding is that the state has been very aggressive about making sure that they secure the second dose is for all the people that are going to get the vaccination. The 1st 50,000 what that they received from five her. What if I forget to take the second dose or I don't get it. That four week window? Would that mean the first one's Not any good? No. The first one gives you about 50% protection, but you really need that second one to get the maximum protection. But the state also has a tracing and notification system where they're going to let you know that the vaccine is ready and that you should be taking it. Hopefully there'll be some follow up if people don't show up for the second vaccination, because we're really counting on if you're going to get that first shot. It's a precious resource. We need you to make sure you get the second shot. Absolutely. Dr Raymond. Do we know Will this be administered via a drive up like at Miller Park will be a doctor's offices will be at Walgreens and CVS stores. I think initially they'll be administered primarily in clinics and in hospital settings. I know that CVS and Walgreen have signed a contract to go into nursing homes and to administer the vaccine in the nursing homes. What happens over that next couple of months? It is very possible that there may be quote unquote drive up, so that's going to depend on the broad availability of the vaccines, which we really don't expect to happen until maybe late February, early March. Talk about the workplace in the pandemic due to come, Cove it. It feels like we're in zoom meetings all the time. How much more time have employees actually been spending in meetings? Yeah, actually, according to a survey of like 300 human resource officers. 63% said. Their employees are spending more time in meetings. So that's a significant job and how many more of us are working more hours because we're working from home, but then before the pandemic Yeah, I mean, 60% responded that they're working Maura hours and Not surprisingly, there's been an eight times increase in the day's work from home. And that's why I think we make that statement where people say I'm no longer working from home. I'm sleeping work so again, the work life balance that kind of gets in trouble during the pandemic. It does. And you know, four times more people have responded to mental stress. But close to half of said that their work life balance is a little better. So some odd result. Wow. Tim she he is the president, The Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce Doctor John Raymond's the president, CEO, the Medical College of Wisconsin. A couple more questions that we're getting off in about the vaccines and about the business community will ask you gentlemen. Those if you can please hang on through the news. First bread Alan on this Tuesday with the WTMJ, Drake and Associates Market. Update. US stocks rose today as investors grew optimistic about Congress passing another economic relief package. The Dow Jones Industrial Average game 337 points or 1.13%, the S and P 500 advanced 1.29%. And the NASDAQ composite Rose 1.25%. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi invited congressional leaders to discuss government funding and coronavirus relief. Pelosi's outreach came after a bipartisan group of lawmakers released the proposal for another round of economic relief yesterday. Shares of modern FL 5% today even after the FDA said that modern is coping 19 shot is highly effective. Suggesting that could soon be added to the arsenal against the pandemic. Even with today's losses, it.
Brewers lose 6-0 as Reds complete doubleheader sweep
"To a doubleheader sweep over the Brewers at Miller Park in Milwaukee on Thursday night. The Reds Beat the Brewers in game 1621 using three home runs to do it cost. Janos hit one, Jesse Winker belted two of them and then in game to the Reds with six more runs, including a two run shot for May. You Hani Oh Suarez, shutting out the Brewers Wade Miley was backed up by Lucas Simms and Rice L. Iglesias to finish off the shutout effort. Reds and
Music that Imitates Inanimate Objects
"Hello. I'm Naomi Lewin. Welcome to classics for kids. It's pretty obvious that at the beginning of the second movement of Beethoven's Eighth Symphony The Orchestra is imitating something mechanical. That's not a clock ticking. It's a metronome, the machine that was invented to show exactly how fast or slow a piece of music should be played before the metronome. The only way to show the tempo of a piece was by writing fast slow, very fast or very slow usually in Italian on the music. But a composer had no way of telling you exactly how fast very fast was. That's where the. Comes in. In, the early eighteen hundreds Dutch inventor named Dietrich Nichols Vinko perfected a machine that could be adjusted to take at set speeds, but Vinko wasn't a good salesman. So he didn't get credit for it. A friend of Beethoven's Johann. NEPOMUK melt. Seoul was the one who took out the patent on the metronome and marketed it. So he gets the credit. When you see 'em m equals sixty on a piece of music. The M M's stands for metals. metronome equals sixty a metronome marking of sixty is one tic per second, which is about the speed if your pulse. battleplan was the only composer to write music imitating an inanimate object something that's not alive. He wasn't even the only one to write music takes composers love to put clocks into their music. That's the symphony number one, hundred, one by Franz Joseph Haydn, which is nicknamed the clock for pretty obvious reasons. Hungarian composers ultime Kodi put a musical clock into his opera Janos. There's also a famous fairy tale character for Houma clock striking midnight was very important and very scary Sergei. prokofiev wrote a ballet Cinderella including the clock. One last. A tick that slightly off balance, there's a piece by American composer. Leroy Anderson called the syncopated clock. In this piece, the clock goes tick Tock Tick Tock and then suddenly. It does something different syncopation in music is when you shift the accent from where you expect it. To, someplace you don't. Leroy Anderson loved inanimate objects. He wrote another piece imitating one that's just about disappeared these days before there were computers with printers, there was the typewriter. In music, it's not just instruments that imitate inanimate objects sometimes singers due to. That's from the first act of Jacques Offenbach, opera the tales of Hoffmann in which the hero Hoffman falls in love with a woman named Olympia or whether he thinks Olympia is a woman but she's really a mechanical doll in the middle of singing her mechanical music she runs out of steam and someone has to wind her back up. Played. Some wonderful jokes with their mechanical music
New EV charging stations pop up across San Diego
"Transportation is the largest contributor to climate change in the United States. It accounts for roughly a quarter of greenhouse gas emissions if we are serious about climate and pollution, focusing on transportation is absolutely critical. And, getting people into electric vehicles is a key component. That's a stella. The Janos of San Diego, gas and electric or SDG. The utility is making it easier for people to go electric by expanding the region's charging infrastructure through its power year dry program, the utilities installed more than three thousand charging stations and apartment, buildings, condos, and workplaces. These are really important places to have charging, because people tend to have their cars parked for long periods of time. She says workplace charging also allows more people to recharge in the middle of the day when there is more abundant solar energy on the grid, so increasing access to charging stations is a step towards cutting carbon pollution from vehicles were really excited about the possibility re imagining transportation in the region, and I hope we can do this across the state and eventually across the country.
"janos" Discussed on Ac entre nos
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"janos" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Review he still is Nicolas casting Janos he still has Dallas comical what I think would be a fit with the white okay so let's go talk to a guy get after got pull this on TV last night that he see in the socks much more engaged that they feel their window is starting to open not quite there yet but he said you have to get veteran pitching to leave the staff he goes Gerrit Cole this is his client Scott said in Pittsburgh he was good yeah great great stuff but he wasn't this guy but he said he got to Houston and he sat down and met with Justin Bieber lander and with Dallas quite cold and who was the other one he told us there was another picture down there these guys said do what is with all the breaking balls you throw you got a ninety nine mile an hour fastball that's going to be your bread and butter he said they started talking picking strategy goes a word of your call go from here to the stratosphere and now he's a Yankee with the an insane contract so it's just they're not there yet I think they're common I think they've got good young players it's cyclical manner it's common it's gonna take time I know people get frustrated now the thing that I find very disappointing is where the cops are at and it's not the fact that they're trying to reset of the luxury tax that's intelligent I get it you cannot go from two thousand twelve draft to twenty nineteen and have developed zero pitching have very little to show from your farm system and go yeah we've got this amazing team you have good players there that one eighty four games and so far to date in what nine drafts they've done nothing they've really struggle Kris Bryant a blind man could have picked he was sitting at number two name me another draft pick that you looking girl wow that was an amazing draft choice amazing yeah you can't point to another one that's only worse where is the cubs Ronald the **** you junior where is the cubs once sold out they spend tens of millions of dollars a draft picks international signings where are those guys now I know they treated labor tore as an ally in minutes I get it but you can't trade alloy Jimenez and Dylan cease to your best prospects get back what you got back you just can't and then you go outside all these other guys and nobody is a superstar nobody if that for me is why they're in the position that they're in they've done an awful job developing talent awful that's where your anger should be not what they're spending a what they're spending in the minor leagues and in international free agency and doing absolutely nothing.
Does the NBA need to do something about Kawhi Leonard's 'load management'?
"Cannot love something but no. It's good for the business. I don't love load management but Kawhi Leonard when he's is holding the trophy. Nobody's GONNA say November sex. You missed the game against Janos. Here's the thing and I was talking to a scout in the league about this today. When you do this type below management you better hold the trophy and June? You better because if that's why. Nobody was complaining last year in Toronto. 'cause they won if if you don't win the championship then you're going to get criticized for low manager. I think it's ridiculous. You don't like it. No not at all. We talk about the fans and all that but it's also deceptive. There are people. I don't know if this is true. Some will tell you that told the clippers. He's only gonNA play sixty five games. I I I was told I was told by somebody in the building. Part of the discussion was sixty. Five right right and look. I have said Kawai Leonard under deserves to be considered the best player in the world. Right now I think is the way he what he did last year. The play offs even his start this year he deserves. It had a now. Janas honest could take it this year. Lebron could try to get it back this year. Anthony Davis whoever but right now Kawai deserves that title. But I'm telling you I can't I can't give you that if you just sit now randomly because you don't feel like how you're healthy. It's it's three weeks into the season. Eight Games why in the world are you saying now almost think it's a mental block because in his nine years in this being nine so say eight first full years he only only plays seventy or more games twice. I almost feel like he. He's like if I played too many games. I'M NOT GONNA be healthy like I. I wonder if there's a mental by why in the world are you sitting when you're healthy. Well I think it worked for him. I think I'll say this. I Like Adam silver a lot David. David Stern was the owners. Commissioner Adam Silver is the players commissioner and if I start giving my kids ice cream for breakfast they e-expect ice cream for breakfast and was that ice cream due to them is gonNA ruin health and I'll say this. I think this is bad. Optics for the League for Middle America Erica. You Go to pay four hundred bucks. And you don't get Colli Leonard in Janas and I I would tell Adam silver to his face. He is incredibly pro player. Sure and so. What are the players do they go off? Players are doing in a game here there you know and certainly the last week or two. I don't mind when you're getting ready for the playoff games. That's fine but this is just beyond the Pale. In my opinion it really is an atom. Look Lee doesn't like this you think. ESPN's Inter it hurt the players pocketbooks. And maybe that's what will change and that's why the the players Association's get involved because the next TV deal you don't think. ESPN is going to bring this up if there is no question TNT in ESPN. Dan are fury right so that will lower their offers so that will affect the salary cap and what the players are making so the players association should get involved to be like like look. You gotta play when you're healthy. Play the Games. I and here's another thing and again I I like. I said he's a tremendous player. You can't dislike him as a person because he's quiet. He's low maintenance all that but I can't let's not let's stop the Michael Jordan stuff. I see your game I love the mid range. The two dribbles no wasted dribbles to dribble. Pull up you do it on both ends but if you just sit now games because you don't I want to play I don't want to compare to. Michael Jordan does play every
"janos" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Keep track of all this stuff. Now, sports info solutions, Mark Simon our friend texted us immediately. When caught that ball. One and one account Roark pitches. Kalari drives one foul down Alethia line. Look out that kind of deceits in a hurry. It's wanted to the third career home run robbery for Kevin pillar. He took away a Homer against Tim Beckham of the raise back in twenty fifteen and last year against the Tigers. And Nick Casta Janos robbed a home run. So the third time in his big league career that Kevin Villar has done that doesn't happen. Very often. Wanted to the pitch is swung on and missed strike three grow our gets to down with Doug. You're coming up. And David bell the reds manager. Is I believe gonna let Roark stay in this game. 2017 the last time that a pair of giant starters allowed eight or more runs in consecutive games. Matt Moore and Jeff's Marga in June. Both at Coors field. Here in Cincinnati giants starters have each given up eight at the start of this series. Jets pitching numbers are kind of taken a beating here against the reds. The pitch from Roark is a curve the Duggar takes high douger is not made it out in this game. He has singled in Iran. Plus he's walked. Duggar looks much more comfortable down in the batting order. And you do wonder as a young player was he putting too much pressure on himself in the leadoff spot. Duggar someday could be a leadoff hitter. And maybe someday it'll be sooner rather than later. But I think the giants like the look of Duggar these days since they moved him out of that spot here. He takes a low strike. It's wanted one. Our drive of the game. Sponsored by wind automotive. The only bay area.
"janos" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Investors is free cash flow or breaking market news. And inside from Bloomberg experts. The US Terrence actually heard both China and the. Large critiques are looking to either by or investment innovations. Soybeans and corn had been basically at below the cost of production for about four or five years. We'll we see four more years. Bloomberg markets. We believe Rahm away polls. We on Bloomberg radio coming up. We're going to talk about public tease, Chucky cheese is going public. And I am curious what they're going to do it the brand known for birthday parties, if you live in the United States, also we're gonna be talking about potential hidden risk in consumer credit scores. But right now, let us head over to our own Greg Jarrett freight, Bloomberg business flash, Greg get us up to date, please. We'll vaguely thank you. Lisa this flashes. Sponsored by New Jersey institute of technology. News new school of applied engineering and technology is meeting the increased demand for advanced manufacturing skills for Morton J, I T dot he d- stocks move lower. As investors are still on the edge jazz. The IMF latest report on global growth helped renewed fears about a slowing world economy. This is just as the US EU appeared to open another front of a trade war all negotiations China remained somewhat unsettled Janos can topless UBS head of global macro strategy tells Bloomberg the higher. Price of oil that is being seen for the past few days is due to demand. But he doesn't think it's sustainable type of fuss supply of elibility, especially from the us has become a lot more elastic in the course of the last few years. So just unless we have some very significant growth optic here or some sort of, you know, major supply.
"janos" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"But this team is his head better than just a matter of not if but win maybe it's still going to take a little bit of time. But there are professional hitters and they're very good hitters in this lineup. Yes. Takes a curve ball low in a way Harrison Castalanos Cabrera, and that's the top three will be most days for the Tigers Nico good remit settled in nicely or that cleanups about I think he's I agree. The best at-bats assistant at bats on the road with the guy. He's the guy. That's Janos takes fastball though, the bit low. How 'bout this Jacob June? Is was just untouchable last year for the Tigers. Jim mentioned five starts he averaged better than seven innings of start. He gave up to one four times and zero runs the other yet your was lights out. They just didn't put any pressure on you pitched low and away and in thirty seven innings of work. He walked four he's on the verge of walking the first two to start this game. Whether it be a good way to get the voice, bats moving guessing folks on base and then drill one somewhere over shifted infield defense. To mention lots of sinkers sinker balls is asynchronous lider three oh up in who's. Man, we still nine pitches. And he's walked two batters and Miguel Cabrera gets the ban would to on nobody out. I believe this is the first time this year, he is bad too. In the first, right? Well, tell you this this is this is something we haven't seen this from this right hander before I walk it every game..
"janos" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"KTAR in-depth. So President Trump has been catching some heat in the wake of last week's deadly mosque shootings in New Zealand. Joining us now on the KTAR. Newsmaker line is our DC insider ABC news political analyst, Alex Kosta, Janos, Alex. I'm gonna play a little clip here. Mick mulvaney. The acting chief of staff telling CBS's face the nation about the president of the religious minorities that are the worst oppressed to the Middle East or some of the ones that this administration has been going to great lengths to protect. So I hear what folks as Donald Trump said this during the campaign look at what we've done while we've been here. I don't think anybody could say that the president's anti Muslim. All right. So that led by the way to Arizona, congressman Ruben Gago tweeting. I can say it the president is a bigot. He is anti Muslim who else wants to say it. Well, there you go. We've we've had some pretty rugged. We've had quite the tweeting stuff all about Arizona's at Arizona and from Arizona over the last couple. Days. Yes. Indeed. Well, we know this president fights his wars on Twitter, you know, he only engage in these Twitter storms on weekdays and weekends. But other than that, he's pretty cold. But this is how he gets his message out to the American people. And at the end of the day. The president also understands something else it's not about any one individual issue or battle or controversy. Right now. There is a big exist war between a populist wave of Americans. That is trying to overthrow an old Washington establishment this hungry to come back to power. And so they'll there it's about getting Donald Trump out of office and getting them back in and these are just events and fights that the establishment guys pick to erode Trump's support Trump knows that. That's why he swings at every pitch. That's why he can't forgive the smallest slight because he knows if if he displays weakness and loses a battle. He may not be top dog tomorrow. So. Yeah. But Judy should he be fighting dead senators though, I mean, they're going after John McCain over the weekend. That's a that's a good question. Did he help himself? No. But Trump looks at this is his wait a minute. They're the people who are attacking me for insulting John McCain after he passed away, aren't they the very same people who try to destroy John McCain when he was alive running against Barack Obama when they called him a liar and a racist and a war monger and a hypocrite as bad a racist as George Wallace, some Democrats said so that tells Trump look it's not about that. It's about getting me out of here. And and I have to fight him to the death. So he hits back on he's attacked on collusion in the Russian dossier. He fights back. You know, it's interesting that the congressman I mentioned a couple of minutes ago. Ruben guy go saying the president is a big at he is anti Muslim his made no has made. No secret of the fact that he would he's interested in that Senate seat. That's currently held by Martha mcsally, of course, Marquette. Kelly. The retired astronaut announced last month that he is seeking that same US Senate seat should Ruben guy. Go take a take a page from Kingston cinema, and and try to play things a little bit more moderate and not be so anti Trump, or should he just stayed his mind? Well, you know, that's that's the tough question for Democrats. Not only in Arizona but running for president, and they're all gonna parade right through Arizona. Do they go hard anti Trump and progressive to capture that youthful wave of voters that is reorganizing and transforming because I'm a critic party or do they go the mainstream democratic centrist, you know, working class route like Joe Biden? And I think what we're seeing in Arizona is that the energy it seems to be with those younger more radical more anti Trump democratic voter. So yes, I think that's probably the smart way to go for a democrat, the more you bash Trump, the more of a democrat. You are and you mentioned his name. So real briefly, do you do you think Joe is going to run? I think he is. And I like Joe Biden. And I wish you wouldn't. Because I think the world is past him by his party is left him behind. There's a new generation of social media candidates. That can snap their fingers and raise six million dollars in twenty four hours. Joe Biden, even Bernie Sanders can do it Joe Biden can't he doesn't have that passion and vision, and and I don't know how he can reinvent himself as the new Joe Biden. All right. Thanks a lot. That's RDC..
"janos" Discussed on KCRW
"Her house gone? We've got a few things I'll. For the most part, it's all either damaged or wet or you know, not really salvageable Vernon was lucky. She wasn't home when the tornado hit. And she believes that's why she's still alive. The only sounds are chainsaws as friends and strangers cut through the debris. It's oblique seen roofs ripped clean off power poles cracked in half cars tossed about like children's toys and shards of yellow insulation. Hang from shattered pines like tinsel on a Christmas tree. It's this way for as far as the I can see. Crews are getting a better look at all the devastation with these tiny drones about the size of a soccer ball and equipped with high powered video cameras. The view on it is impeccable. Ricardo Kosta Janos and his team have flown. These drones almost nonstop since the tornado hit they coordinate with emergency managers to survey damage in real time from hundreds of feet above the pinpoint where trees of blocked roads and power lines are down, but custody Jano says some of the most important initial work happened overnight using thermal imaging to look for people who were trapped starch is always harder at night, usually suspended. You know, all all the time. So being that we have thermal. Now, we can keep the operation going from day to night. You can keep it going. Keep.
"janos" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Neuron? She said her seventy percent tax plan is not I repeat not a new idea. This is not a new idea. In fact, you know, people are yelling, you know. She's a socialist. She wants seventy percent marginal tax rates under Republican press a Republican administration. Dwight Eisenhower we had ninety percent marginal tax rates. Wreck the economy, but the other thing too is I think the not very many people that that apply. Nobody was paying. Nobody was nobody was paying that apply to many people you make over ten million. This isn't gonna play apply to a lot of people. Will appear. The whole point of that. That was even if you make over ten million, and they're gonna take then you're like, well, why should I bother to make them more? Why should I bother to create a new business if they're just gonna take my money? Seventy percent is like that. I mean that's robbery, but that's that's not undertake. I don't think it's hurts. I really don't think it's for her to say that how much money is to you. Don't need the money. Right. You know, you're making too much money. That's really not for. That's what she's saying. This is my point the hardcore left, they do not believe in democracy. They are Stalinist totalitarian authoritarian people they are dangerous. Well, they're not gonna win the election. So I wouldn't worry about that. They really not coming up next. We have ABC news analyst, Alex Kosta Janos is gonna join us. You've got the shutdown. You've got Rudy. What is he doing? I really wouldn't shut up. I can't figure it out government shutdown Rudy won't shut up. Plus are there any Democrats out there who are not running for president and your next chance to win a thousand bucks coming up after the news? It is seven.
"janos" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Policy proposals. Ben, let's let the incoming first partner. Jennifer, Siebel Newsom. Let's hear from her for a second here. And it is my honor to stand before the people of California and share upon by one Philippi at. Is a child of California through and through the son of migrant farm workers a graduate of UCLA and Stanford University and both California and u s poet laureate. He embodies the best of California, the California dream in this poem, entitled let us gather in a flourishing way era weaves together Spanish and English reminding us of our common humanity, reminding us that we are all one California family. Let us gather in a flourishing way. With sun loose, grains, agian. Does catego- most the. Pasta as required co paraly- either. Perilous pearls of corn flowing out of molestation and Las Cuatro asking us. Let us gather in a flourishing way. Content us Janos, stay flares. Talita giving nasty Mantos to fragrant reas doses. Frescoes various turquoise strong Karni, then waste horse..
Steve Bannon dropped from New Yorker Festival after swift backlash
"Pro Bono lawyer paid for by the city or state ice detainees in New Jersey, though likely fight without an attorney making deportation far more likely so in July governor, Phil Murphy, budgeted two point one million. Dollars to hire lawyers for detained immigrants, but so far not a dime has been spent the process for dispersing, those state funds to legal nonprofits only began last week advocates say after WNYC began asking questions in the meantime, immigration advocates say they've been frustrated and countless immigrants may have already been deported. The ongoing nationwide prison strike is entering its final. Week ahead of the forty-seven anniversary of the Attica prison uprising in New York inmates across the US have been protesting for weeks. Calling for better living conditions and fair wages for prison jobs among other policy changes but Janos Martin of the ACLU's campaign for smart Justice, says the facilities often go into lockdown at the first sign of protest making it difficult to know what's going on. Inside. Phone lines are shutdown visiting access is restricted, and we often have to wait until stale mail comes through to really know what happens at least three New York prisons are reportedly involved in the ongoing. The protest Steve Bannon is no longer headlining the two thousand eighteen New Yorker festival. The ex-chairman of Breitbart and former aide to President Trump was announced as part of the festival's lineup yesterday. The news sparked an immediate and intense backlash several high profile festival guests, including Judd appetite. John Mullany Jim Carey and Jimmy Fallon all said, they would pull out of the festival in a statement yesterday evening editor David rim. Knicks said he had rescinded the invitation remnant says any future plans to interview Bannon would be in a quote, more traditionally journalistic setting we've got hazy hot and humid conditions today with sunny skies and a high around ninety three degrees right now. Seventy eight degrees, sunny skies in New York City..
Jefferson Airplane singer: Botched surgery ruined career
"Collective voices, of the Janos against the termination of PBS send Bronco says they. Are trying to reverse the Trump, administration's decision to end the program the tourist started yesterday from downtown LA. It's expected to end in Washington DC in October. One of the founders of Jefferson airplane says a botched surgery ended his, singing career Marty Belan has filed a lawsuit against a hospital in New York City, he claims the Mount Sinai Beth Israel hospital botched a tracheotomy last part of his. Tongue and has a paralyzed
Didi Conn discusses how she got the role of Frenchy in Grease
"The filming to how did you get the pot of frenchie did you do you like addition for other roles did you know you going to be frenchie i didn't know i got a call from my agent to go to paramount to pick up my script and the audition would be the next day and that i was to come looking like the role and i didn't know very much about it so i went to para my had you did you come knockin onion chris bury with the very small dogo great i know so i go there and at paramount is what that time it was a little bit difference they still have a gate and they still have a guard in a booth so you go in and you drive up and you say your name and they had you script while he handed me a number of both skinny little flow so i opened it and it only had one page any think what's the men are rat speech you know i know what this come you know you you can't just say a line at grenada remember it still men a rats can you remember bieber on rice and that the fleas on rats worse than that they're a believe is awfully rat rats the only man you can trust is a daddy i say give you the paul well a but i you know you gotta know the context so i happened to notice on this guards little desk that he has fat evola pts to and i asked him do you know if any of these have the whole script and sure enough you opened one he said cisco go pull your car over there and i came in and went under his desk and read the script and it was good because i found out a lot of she was aspiring beautician and you know also found out the result was a big apart but but no no they janos lags hickey upset by no i was i was married it was a girl my motto is if you're gonna be bad but it'd be good these shirts mommy this is ten life lessons as the scummy scummy mummy mummy anyway i and randal kleiser told me that as soon as i open my mouth ahead the roll but they didn't tell me that then i just i'm fact i never even read the lines i think i just talked to them and then came back for dancing audition and then they got several groups of of of pink ladies and tbirds together and just kept narrowing it down until it was the group you see can you remember the first moment you
Man accused of killing Italian tourist mistakenly released
"A little cloudy for the upcoming weekend what until then things will feel much more mild than we've seen over the last couple of days high temperatures topping out in the low seventies instead of the mid eighties today we might still hit seventy five degrees sunshine expected through the rest of the afternoon and clouds coming in tonight tomorrow a high of sixty eight degrees with some clouds showers possible for saturday right now in seattle it's sixty six degrees and clear at komo news komo news time to twentyfive president donald trump says first lady melania trump is doing really well as she recovers from a kidney procedure i wanna thank the incredible doctors walter reed medical center they did a fantastic job the first lady had an embolism asian procedure yesterday to treat a benign kidney condition she celebrated her forty eighth birthday last month and former senate majority leader harry reid reportedly in good spirits after having surgery to remove a pancreatic tumor a family statement posted on reads facebook page said the surgery happened yesterday a statement said the problem wiscon during a routine screening and they're confident that the surgery was a success he's going to undergo chemotherapy following the surgery at johns hopkins cancer center in baltimore that's mark mayfield reporting the relatives of an italian tourist murder during a trip to arkansas are furious abc's jim ryan says the man accused in the murder was mistakenly released from custody andre jackson was arrested last august in connection with the killing of carlo meridia yano who was visiting little rock when he ventured away from a group tour to see the city by himself two months ago the thirty two year old jackson was released from an arkansas prison accidentally you know something like this what happened burghley janos cousin johnny so monte says jackson is the luckiest murder defendant in the country first thing in the morning probably walk right out wondering what happened and now the search is on for andrea jackson again jim ryan abc news hollywood heavyweight helping movie houses keep things between actors and actresses on an even playing field christina hodson is a screenwriter heavily involved with the time's up movement she's created software that will analyze a script to be able to calculate the number of male and female roles as well as how many lines they have in the film the software it's called hyland to and as of last thursday it's available in the apple app store for a free download providing screenwriters with a snapshot of the overall gender balance in their.