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"jay howell" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"All right. So one other thing as I was talking about right at the end there with Brian and Neil. Oh, one other thing that pal Said that we wanted to dig into, he said. In essence, every new wave of the virus has had less and less of an economic impact. And while it certainly does hope that's true with this new wave one is also obliged in this business to reported out marketplaces agreement. Assure Has the big picture look at a recovery. Perhaps we don't know may be at risk. We can't understand the economy without understanding the virus, and this variant is a hard one to figure out. But here are some things we're learning. First. It's far more contagious than the original second, you can get it and spread it even if you're vaccinated, but It is really unlikely to cause serious illness for vaccinated people. I think the real concern is Unvaccinated ones. Milena is merely. Eva is head of life sciences research at my HS market. It's so emerging evidence still, but it all seems to be pointing in the direction of Potentially psychic highest severity of disease in people who are unvaccinated. So there are two ways this could slow the economy, governments could restrict consumers again or consumers could restrict themselves God. Lebanon is an economist with the conference board. People in general will be a little more hesitant to to go out and about and spend particularly older people, he says, who spend disproportionately uncertain industries. Think cruises, for example. Some local governments have introduced mask mandates. But so far, not much more than that. Michelle Meyer is head of U. S economics at Bank of America. It really think of as more as a speed bump than a permanent destruction of of growth. Largely because a decent number of people are fully vaccinated around 56% of those aged 12 and up. Samuel Scarpino directs pathogen surveillance at the Rockefeller Foundation, He says We're still learning about Delta, but we do know one thing for sure. The vaccines are still highly effective at preventing severe disease and death, even against the delta variant, so the vaccines are as important for the economy as they are for people's health in New York. I'm sorry, Ben ashore for marketplace Alright if that was the economic and epidemiological macro, there is a micro version of the Delta variant story to do as well and a lot of places. Workers have been trickling back into their offices since the beginning of the summer, a handful of hybrid employees at a time In New York, For instance, the occupancy rate for commercial office space in the second quarter was double what it was in Q one. Downtowns are actually starting to feel a little bit like downtown's again and And then Delta came along and Google and lived indeed an apple or just some of the companies that have pushed back there. Back to the office plans. Twitter reopened for two weeks and then shut down again. Here's the catch. All of those companies and thousands of other companies making similar decisions all across the country are surrounded by businesses that depend on people actually coming to work MARKETPLACE Matt Levin has that one. Real estate lawyer, Steve McDonald has been in the flood building near downtown San Francisco for 30 years. He loves his suite of offices there. I'm attached to the place because I designed it. And, you know, I got the fancy tapestries and fireplaces and stuff like that. Which is why, at a meeting yesterday his law partners approached him very delicate way and they were kind of sensitively asking me well, Steve, how do you feel about giving up the whole place? When we talked to McDonald A few months ago, he was still trying to sublet his extra office space. Now he's okay, giving it up and the 23,000 month in rent that's gotten You know, much less likely that we would return to 2019 normalcy. Laurie Albert is worried about that, too. She covers the New York market for commercial real estate company Cushman and Wakefield. You know, I hope that it doesn't go back to what it was a year ago because you know it was. Things were progressing and momentum was building and hopefully that will continue to be the the theme. Jay Howell's has gotten pretty used to revolving office reopening dates. They manage coffee cultures just a block from Twitter San Francisco headquarters. The company may expand its food menu to lure more local residents. But how says those tweeps? Have the money to spend on their daily cup of coffee and pastry, so our business will do a lot better with that help. In the meantime, house doesn't have to compete with the free gourmet.
"jay howell" Discussed on KCRW
"Every new wave of the virus has had less and less of an economic impact. And while one certainly does hope that's true with this new wave one is also obliged in this business to report it out. Marketplaces agreement Assure Has the big picture look at a recovery. Perhaps we don't know may be at risk. We can't understand the economy without understanding the virus and this variant is a hard one to figure out. But here are some things we're learning. First. It's far more contagious than the original second. You can get it and spread it even if you're vaccinated, but it is really unlikely to cause serious illness for vaccinated people. I think the real concern is unvaccinated once Milena is morally Eva is head of life sciences research at my HS market. It's so emerging evidence still, but It all seems to be pointing in the direction of potentially slightly highest, very active disease and people who are unvaccinated. So there are two ways this could slow the economy, governments could restrict consumers again or consumers could restrict themselves God. Lebanon is an economist with the conference board. People in general will be a little more hesitant to to go out and about and spend particularly older people, he says, who spend disproportionately on certain industries. Think cruises, for example. Some local governments have introduced mask mandates. But so far, not much more than that. Michelle Meyer is head of U. S economics at Bank of America. It really think of as more as a speed bump than a permanent destruction of of growth. Largely because a decent number of people are fully vaccinated around 56% of those aged 12 and up. Samuel Scarpino directs pathogen surveillance at the Rockefeller Foundation, He says We're still learning about Delta, but we do know one thing for sure. The vaccines are still highly effective at preventing severe disease and death, even against the delta variant, so the vaccines are as important for the economy as they are for people's health in New York. I'm sorry, Ben ashore for marketplace Alright if that was the economic and epidemiological macro, there is a micro version of the Delta variant story to do as well and a lot of places. Workers have been trickling back into their offices since the beginning of the summer, a handful of hybrid employees at a time In New York, For instance, the occupancy rate for commercial office space in the second quarter was double what it was in Q one. Downtowns are actually starting to feel a little bit like downtown's again and And then Delta came along and Google and lived indeed an apple or just some of the companies that have pushed back there. Back to the office plans. Twitter reopened for two weeks and then shut down again. And here's the catch. All of those companies and thousands of other companies making similar decisions all across the country are surrounded by businesses that depend on people actually coming to work. Market police Matt Levin has that one. Real estate lawyer Steve McDonald has been in the flood building near downtown San Francisco for 30 years. He loves his suite of offices there from attached to the place because I designed it. And, you know, I got the fancy tapestries and fireplaces and stuff like that. Which is why, at a meeting yesterday his law partners approached him very delicately. And they were kind of sensitively asking me well, Steve, how do you feel about giving up the whole place? When we talked to McDonald A few months ago, he was still trying to sublet his extra office space. Now he's okay giving it up and the 23,000 month in rent has gotten, you know, much less likely that we would return to 2019 normalcy. Laurie Albert is worried about that, too. She covers the New York market for commercial real estate company Cushman and Wakefield. You know, I hope that it doesn't go back to what it was a year ago because you know it was. Things were progressing and momentum was building and hopefully that will continue to be the the theme. Jay Howell's has gotten pretty used to revolving office reopening dates. They manage coffee cultures just a block from Twitter San Francisco headquarters. The company may expand its food menu to lure more local residents. But how says those tweeps? Have the money to spend on their daily cup of coffee and pastry, so our business will do a lot better with that help. In the meantime, house doesn't have to compete with the free gourmet coffee a Twitter I'm Matt Levin for marketplace. Alright, Inflation now in a behavioral economics kind of way. Procter and Gamble reported earnings this morning made plenty of money, of course. But the company said its costs are going up. Which means the prices PNG charges You and me are going up to September, probably General Mills and Kimberly Clark have said essentially the same thing. But consumers are only going to pay so much for stuff before they cut back or start looking for cheaper alternatives. And the challenges marketplaces. Marielle Segarra reports is working out exactly what that price point is. Yes, Prices are going up on everything. And Sarah Jiao it in California has noticed like it costs more to go out to dinner. You definitely have this idea in your head. You know, I'm going to go to this restaurant and it's generally this amount for us, but I generally get the same things. I'm kind of boring that way. So she's been cutting back skipping the soda or the bigger entree. But the key here is that she knew prices went up. A lot of this is driven by do people notice. Mark Bergen is a marketing professor at the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management. Anything essential that we frequently purchase. We notice a lot, but for one time purchases or splurges, he says, people pay less attention to price. Now, if someone needs an item, like diapers or laundry detergent, they probably won't forego it altogether, but they can look for substitutes. Tim Smith is CEO of the consulting firm Wiglaf Pricing. The biggest issue that matters is how close is the substitute. What is my alternative to buying that product? How people respond to price hikes depends on something else to how financially secure do they feel that's about their finances, but also their expectations. Colorado resident me set fluorescent is cutting back on whatever she can. Right now. Almost every aspects of the economy just seems like it's kind of slipping away from our fingers, whether that's buying a house or looking for a new rental property or just day to day purchases. With prices rising.
"jay howell" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"And the rest of the Morning team, We appreciate you being Part of the show this morning. Today's at a somber just a special day in Dallas history because of what happened five years ago, the tragic ambush of five or four Dallas police officers, one dart officer. And five years ago today, our newsroom was going about their normal day. They were okay. We've got a black lives matter. Protests happening near downtown Dallas today. It's a big scheduled event, and Jay Howell, one of our reporters at the time. He's now moved on to bigger and better things he was. I'm just going to go cover a protest and then going to call today that's that's my job and boy how he was wrong. How much his job changed and and J That's Jade's laugh You here now he's on the line with us. J. Just tell us first of what the protest was like and just walk us through. Your first hand experience of watching this thing unfold. Well, Scott Man, you are absolutely right. I have never been so wrong about anything. As I was leaving the newsroom that night, looking at Eric Bushman saying, Hey, man, it's going to be peaceful. There's nothing going to happen tonight. I just been down at the protest rally at below Garden Park. And, you know, interviewed two organizers. Interviewer interviewed some of the attendees. And you know I wasn't there for the march was just there for the rally, So I came back and it was, you know, perfectly peaceful event up to that point. Um Needless to say, an hour later, I was trying to find my way to El Centro College. I was new in Dallas. I'd been there. Barely two months. I didn't even know where Elson for college was right. Um so yeah, it was one of those momentous Um, stories that comes along once in a reporter's career that you know you hate to see what's happening. But you know, in the back of your mind that you're going to remember for the rest of your life. What were you seeing? Because we we heard the police radio chatter about 30 minutes ago and attribute we played. We know a lot of roads were shut down. Police were pushing people out of downtown. Mean just described the chaos of what you were experiencing. Once you've got towards the college. Yes, it was all of that and more I wound up having to park, Probably about a mile from El Centro College is just because of the roads were shut down. Dark was shut down the people who couldn't get home Crowds milling everywhere. I wound up at the corner of Pacific and Lamar. There was just a crowd there and I was talking with us. Some of them and DPD officer came by and said, Hey, you people are going to have to get back. You're too close. Um early on in the evening, Of course, helicopters everywhere circling the Bank of America Building because there was talk about possible other shooters, possible bombs and so forth. Everyone just milling about there at the West End station, the the streets around there at the 7 11 on Ross Avenue. Not knowing what's going on, and everyone had an idea and everyone had heard this from someone who heard it from someone else. It took a while for the situation to fully flush out. Did you? Did you hear the gun fired? And if you did what? What went through your mind? Well, no, I was back at the newsroom at the time that the actual shooting happened. That was shortly before I left and told Eric that nothing was going to happen That night. Uh, I did hear something, though, that Eric and I have talked about in a daze. Since then, I think I heard the bomb. Go off the bomb on the robot. It was about three o'clock in the morning. I was just kind of gathering my thoughts standing out there by the Y O Ranch Steakhouse, uh, getting ready for my next live hit. And I heard a thump. And I thought it might be like a stun grenade or gas grenade or something like that. Well, there's only one guy left standing on the street near me, and he and I kind of looked at each other, and at the same time, he said, Did you just hear that? Mm. And looking back at the timeline of what happened. Eric and I both kinda came to the conclusion that Hey, I think that was the bomb going off. Wow. And wow. Very, very momentous. What did you see? On the real quick? J, We got about a minute left. What did you see when you were down there and you know, police officers telling you to get back? I mean, Was there. Panic was there was it was an organized panic. Was it fear was it organized? I mean, just what did you see from the Dallas police? Because this was an attack on them. Oh, no, no, it was there was. I did not see fear on their faces of either the people or the officers. There was no panic whatsoever. There was a sense of urgency. Yes, but Man. The professionalism that I saw from the DPD from the dark Police from all law enforcement over the next several weeks was just incredible. It was that that that confidence that professionalism And especially from Chief Brown. I didn't see any panic at any time as that story unfolded. J Hall. Thank you very much for, uh, recalling what happened five years ago. Today. I'll be getting at seven o'clock in the evening last until about three in the morning. Yeah. Coming up next here on W B. A P. Donald Trump Jr is in is in North Texas. And we will talk with him live next. Here on W B. A P, But first traffic and here is Marty Cook. He was founded Jim Miller. It looks like the H O be interested, blocked off for that. What? It is still heavy. They're back on the highway 18, and we do have a new one in Dallas. I 35 North Kind of Market Center Boulevard that was taken away the right lane. You've got the activity finally clearing up 75 South bend in Haskell, But it is still a little slow to Knox Henderson. It looks like one I 30 east and 3 60 still taking away that right leg slow their.
"jay howell" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Then the pattern will change, at least for a while with a good chance of rain by Sunday, right now, W b A P 76 degrees How this This Governor Abbott Story feels very much like a political C Y a Like the governor knows it's an issue on Texans mind. But as Brad said, archives very confusing and strange and not anybody really knows about it. I'm not sure even the candidates who are going to run for office know much about it. And honestly, like this letter that this may get some emails, and that's fine. This it kind of reminds me of Kamala Harris and her approach on the border. It's Oh, I'm going to go to Guatemala examined the root causes, and then you don't come back with much of anything. That's kind of what this feels like. It's like, Oh, just to say I did it. I wrote him a letter. But But here's what the public the voting public wants to know. And it's a very simple thing this summer. In August. When we have say 100 3 or four degree days, 45 in a row. What I'd like to know is to be able to go to, uh, the head of market or the governor and say, Don't worry. Here's a switch. We flipped to bring in more power. Don't worry about brown nuts. Let me show you the switch We flipped. I know that's a stupid simple and it can't be done that way. Yeah, but that's what the people want to know when it gets to 10 below zero. Look, here's the switch. We flip now, and we have plenty of power to get us through the 10 below zero days. Be curious Morning news that w b a p dot com When we get to that point in the summer, when we have a few 100 degree days in a row, how many of you are actually confident that the grid is going to hold up? Morning news at W b a p dot com. I bet I bet it's 80% say, I have no idea after all of this, remember that's already happened. State of Texas have a contract with ERCOT that we can't get out of. We have to have her Come. We have our own grid. I mean, you know Yeah. You know, I don't know. I know that we We don't need somebody living out of state to run our grid here in Texas. Everybody needs to be right here in the state running this grid or our energy sources. Why don't we just get rid of ERCOT? I don't know that you want to state owned plants, you know, power plant. But do they own the power plant or do they own I coordinating system? Yeah. Can't as good as a shadow, right? None of us know that's the problem. You know, they kind of run these things. Yeah, I've got a new company called Howls. Power pleasers. If anybody would like to call it. I love that company. Thank you very much. Seventh. 7 27 w b a P coming up at 7 37 this morning. Uh I don't want to bring this up, but I'm going to. Well, we are. We're going to go ahead. What? Well, I said we've got Jay Howell Joining the show. Okay. How was our was our reporter from the police shooting from five years ago. He was the one covering the black lives matter, Protests and when thank his job turned into something completely different five years ago, and we're gonna check in with him to see what it was like that tragic day five years ago. Thank you very much. Scott for bringing me up to speed on that because I was looking at the wrong piece of paper anyway, we got at 7 37 Nicole. As the 7 30 news. Next, there's a covid 19 outbreak connected to a South Texas church camp story is next. Yes. Now that we're out and about like normal people again, we're taking photos of special moments together after a very long year off. So after you take that photo, Are you doing anything to cherish that moment? You know, making it physical. So that moment you capture just doesn't get lost on your camera Roll. You got to check out my.
"jay howell" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"On Newstalk 8 20. W b a p W v a p dot com Everyone 57, now at W. B. A P Here on the Wednesday morning is very special Wednesday morning news, Scott said. Way is with us this morning and all morning long will be reflecting back on a On a horrible day in Dallas five years ago today, uh, lost five police officers in an ambush. And that's kind of what our focus will be. Yes, we'll get you all the news and everything, but we want to remember and remember it the right way. What happened Five years ago, Senior Corporal Lauren errands of D P. D. Officer Michael Krol of Dallas Police Sergeant Michael Smith of Dallas Police Patrick Zamarripa. Also Dallas police and then dart officer Brent Thompson. Those five names Five years ago today were etched into a sad place in not just Dallas history. Uh, and policing history in American history. Because I mean, uh, I don't know about you. But for me, that was that was a game changer of a day. First of all, because for me my first day working here was that was on a Thursday. Remember? 3rd. July seventh was a Thursday. Five years ago I started at W B A P Monday following when the memorial came up at the police station right next day was the funeral were then President Obama. Came into town. You know, And it was just, uh It's hard to put words on how powerful it was seeing the community come out and just an outpouring of love and support for these families, because, remember this all started about seven o'clock at night. Where police were just keeping an eye on a peaceful protest. Um, uh, Black lives matter. Protests where they were protesting Police brutality? Yes. And Dallas place that when you look at pictures and videos throughout the night, there was nothing weird. No on, you know, uneven relationship between officers and protesters that night. At all. Until about roughly nine o'clock a little before nine o'clock, and then the shots get fired, And then the night was thrown into total chaos went that way until about three in the morning, so I'll begin at seven and ended around 33 o'clock. In the morning. It's just a night of hell. And that in downtown down in Dallas, Yeah, downtown Dallas, but in Dallas It was worth. It's something that, uh, you know, I have to really have to want to remember forever. Right. It's a well again. You will, because especially here because if you remember the the news reports and we'll we'll talk to our one of our former reporters, Jay Howell in the seven o'clock hour because he was covering the protest. When this all happened and then how his night change, too, because he went from covering a protest to one of the most horrific nights in Dallas history. You know, up there with John F. Kennedy. So it's It's just amazing how much things change. And when you look at this forward how much the relationship between community and police has changed. Or has it, you know, like it's it's. It's a fascinating question, because that's a great question. You know it has changed, but has it changed for good for horse as it What exactly has it changed too? What I what I took away from it other than just being overwhelmed with how much was going on in that period. Was when, right after the ambush happened. Like I said, the outpouring of love and support from the community was was just insane. It was overwhelming. And not to say it's gone away completely. But it's almost like we forget about that support. When you start talking about the politics in the defunding the police and the you know that those movements We forget about these moments, right? Right, well coming up later on this hour. Mike Mata, who is the president of the Dallas Police Association, will join us at 5 47 this morning at 607. Valerie Zamarripa, the mother of the fallen police officer, Patrick Zamarripa will join us. And it'll be it'll be, uh, a great talk with Valerie. You see how she's doing now. Five years later. All right, 6 12 at 5 12. I'm sorry. Nobody panic. 5 12 W B a P traffic time. And here is much about a couple of issues Right now. The newest one on I 35 e south End of the hallway overhead Looks like the right lane taken away for rec. They're not the roadwork Looks like cleaning up 5 35 EC found from Riga wrote a medical district barrels may be off to the shoulder. It is actually started moving little bit better through that stretch. In Fort Worth 9 35 w Southbound 1 70 Alliance. Gateway Stalled vehicle takes away the right lane W B A P first traffic on the ones I'm Monica Eton. Brought to you by Dallas, Texas injury attorney dot com. Car accident Big truck wreck If you're injured, get the money you deserve no win no fee, calling 4476700008447670000 Goldsmith, Vittoriano and genital offer. At the Weather center. Hurricane Elsa has been wavering back and forth between hurricane and tropical storm strength. But right now it's back in tropical storm category 65 to.
"jay howell" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I repeat the fact that Joe West was involved. The man who dumped hired more games than anyone in history and is absolute Stickler for the rules. I just wrote 6000 words on him on. What a rule Stickler. He is, Uh, you know he was the one that got Jay Howell in the 88 playoffs. We're having pie entire insanity. She suddenly doesn't like he's gonna stick to the rules. And that's what my chilled was not very happy about. Him. Do you think you'll see more of it just to throw a guy off. For example? We saw it in Oakland with Trevor Bauer. Trevor Bauer. You disarm last night with the Astros and his theatrics, rub people the wrong way he did here last week when he wasn't San Francisco. So could you see the say the Dodgers Giants this weekend will play and just to try to get into somebody's head. Yeah, Get in somebody's head is what they call is all about here. This is what Warren Spahn used to say is that you're throwing off. A hitter's timing is what I'm trying to do, And that's what a hitter is. Trying to do is is get a picture out of his rhythm. And if you get in the hitters, head or pictures head that's half the battle in a game. That's this difficult to play. And this mental So, yeah, all sorts of head games going on. You know, we did Trevor Bowers game last night and, you know, you know, he's in the heads of the After that, maybe vice versa. It's fascinating how that works, especially the game where there's so much time. Try to analyze what's going on in your head. Where's you know Steph Curry on the brake doesn't have time to think. You know. I have trouble getting by this guy. He just goes by it. That's the way it works. And it was Trevor Bauer. Actually a few years ago that called attention to what he called, You know, there's the sticky substance problem in baseball. And then you guys did the game last night, and everybody's you know, up in arms about Houston and what the hitters did. And now the irony is this. You know, same time like she'll doubts what the pictures are doing, but just overall, the broadcast lights night was so fascinating to have so many people back. I know you weren't there and Houston, but All those Dodger fans there last night. That was a heck of a saint in the whole series in Houston. Yeah, I was shocked How many Dino? The Dodgers travel Well, and I know this is a big syriza and it's the Astros. It is not that far from l A. But I was astonished happy people were there for the first night. And then the game we did last night. I mean, they were estimating 25% of the crowd at least was weird. Dodger fans and Eight rabbits that you know we travel really well, and he said it felt like a playoff game last night, So I'm going to take that all is a good thing that at least we got some loud people back of all parts, and I think that's good for the game. Tim Kurkjian. Generous again. Great piece on ESPN about the strikeout rate, which ties into everything that was happening yesterday in baseball, and he did Astros and Dodgers last night as we look at the N L. West Padres Giants Dodgers. Obviously the Giants of the surprise, but through we're almost at 50 games. Do you think the Giants can can hang in there next to the Padres and the Giants are excusing Padres and Dodgers. I think the Giants are way better than I thought they'd be there. Pitching is so much better than I thought it would be. I don't think they're gonna be able to run for a full season with the Padres that the address who I think you're the two best teams in baseball right now. So that's nothing against the Giants, but with Ed and wouldn't without an extra wild card or two like last year. I still think it's going to be hard for them to make the playoffs, but I didn't think they'd be this good this this early, So I'm gonna say they could stay in this a lot longer. I just don't see them beating the Dodgers or the Padres in that division because those teams are loaded. The Giants have been steady all year, with the exception of the three game sweep over the weekend at home against the L, A Dodgers, where times they were just simply overmatched, especially on Dodger fastballs. Tim they hadn't lost three in a row all year. Conversely, the Dodgers went 13 and two to start the year. They had a three week stretch where they were a hideous five and 15. They did lose last night, but still there 12 and two over their last 14. So what's up with the roller Keisha coaster ride of the other Dodgers so far this year? Well, it's really bizarre, and they just 118 games Road till last night, and during those eight games, they trailed for a total of three innings in eight games, and they lead for 54 innings just dominated people and that was without, you know a lot of guys in their lineup. So they had that terrible stretch because Look, he bets got hurt Very briefly. Cody Ballenger, of course, been out most of the time. Also Tori See your got hurt, but now they're starting to put the team back together. Seeger will be back, hopefully for them in a month. Villagers going to be back on Saturday. So I am so impressed with how the Dodgers have pulled it back together, but that's what you could do when you have dominant starting pitching, and they throw a dominant starter out there. Every single night. Check the peace out how the cave became the most destructive letter in Major League baseball. It is a gym. Great job Last night is always with the Astros Dodgers. And thanks for taking the time to him, we'll do it again soon. Thank you so much. OK, guys be a take care. Thank you, sir. Check it out. It's a It's a great piece, and like you said it was exposed yesterday. I don't I don't know where it goes from here. I think it's interesting to see Maybe it just goes away. Maybe there's something to this but Certainly got exposed yesterday and check out the four best spin rates enforcing fastballs in baseball taken. Bauer jeweler Furious.
"jay howell" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"On South Africa's streets. We talked to the Texan woman trying to offer schooling to the migrant Children crossing the U. S border with Mexico. BBC News with more Alderson US Police in the Minneapolis suburb of Brooklyn Center have used pepper spray and fired flash bombs that demonstrators protesting for a third night after a young, unarmed black man was shot dead by a white police officer. Earlier, grieving relatives of Dante right were embraced by family members of George Floyd, another black man who died last year as he was being held down by a white police officer. U. S special climate Envoy John Kerry is due to become the Biden administration's first senior official to visit China today. Mr Kerry has said that despite current political tensions between Washington and Beijing Climate issue must stand alone on unofficial delegation of former US officials is being sent to Taiwan by President Biden, in a signal of support for the island as it faces increasingly hostile moves by China, Chinese fighter jets and nuclear capable bombers have regularly breached Taiwan's air defense zone. United States is to withdraw all of its troops from Afghanistan by the 11th of September, the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 attacks by al Qaida. The Trump administration had planned to finish the pull out by the end of this month, but the deadline has receded as Taliban violence continues. Former U. N climate chief has suggested it may be necessary to delay an important global warming conference that is due to take place in Britain later this year. You vote aboard told the BBC that the ongoing Corona virus pandemic may make it prudent to further delay the meeting due to take place in Glasgow. Third actor from the hit Australian soap opera neighbors has gone public with allegations of racism. In a statement on her Facebook page, Sharon Jay Howell says she experienced what she describes as direct, indirect and casual racism from some cast members. That's the latest BBC news. Thank you for the latest. Hello. Welcome back. This is news day with Carney and Lawrence. We're gonna be taking into Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya on the US border with Mexico as well. Big sports news to Bayern Munich title defense. The Champions League is over. They go out despite winning in Paris and Chelsea loser home, But go through to the semi is James Craig will be untangling all the details and reaction A little later. In the are sports news. Yes, that start in Nigeria, where there's been a sharp rise in mass kidnappings but off students by criminal gangs in recent months more than 800 students. Have been abducted since December. Most of them have been released after negotiations.
"jay howell" Discussed on PTI
"All right mike. The nhl said this morning that there was no justification for peel's comments and would take any and all steps necessary to protect the integrity of its game. Mike do you back how the nhl handled us. Not really and by the way this official was out in april. He's retiring so they're not really flex in the nhl. They want to appear as if they are. They're not but frank. Let's go to the more important thing this is about optics this is spin. This is pr no league wants to. Even though they all are married to technology they don't want the conversations on the ice on the court in the field of play at home plate nevada's box. They don't want us stuff made public. You and i know enough players over enough decades to know these kinds of conversations. Take place all the time. That guys know they missed calls. They'll say to the platte blewett. You'll get back and forth you'll get it back in the third period. This happens all the time. And if the nhl or nba or major league baseball nfl. Act like these conversations. Don't take place they're liars. They're being fraud. It's disingenuous for the nhl to act these conversations. Don't ever happen. That's garbage and do at michael deal dealing with the nba. It's kind of like something that everybody knows that the rest will the night the legal deny we know there make calls happen and then hockey. How many times you watch a playoff game if they call a penalty on one team and overtime and that team survives penalty. It's almost accepted at some point. You the penalty because it's going to be a makeup call now in this game. There was a penalty called on detroit in the first period. They give the call against nashville in the second period the referee he was saying what we all know he. We say there wasn't much there. But i call. But here's where the league's are concerned because now gambling's involved so now you have in game gambling betting on a goal being scored in the period or them shutting out the team. That's what but that's what they're were. They don't have mike von. Don't put the them on. Don't put the mic sean. But did that's why it's disingenuous and that's on the league. They want to be a partnership with the gambling. Houses do it. But don't just lie to us. I mean seriously. I is so funny. We used to have great courtside seats. A lot of rina's people would say. You know frank offset Well you and. I sold the laughing about the third quarter. No i'm not telling you what we were laughing about. The conversations of funny. They're accepted by players. They're accepted by coaches. You just can't have them on the air. And so this story angers me because is it's just disingenuous berbick. Mike game one game two of the nhl playoff game nba game. It gets physical the very next game. The officials start calling everything whether it's a penalty and hockey s thousand technical guys. J. dalom starts man baseball classics. Crackdown on pitchers use of foreign substances. Whenever we heard that. Espn obtained memo which sport tells teams it will not only inspect baseball's more closely but also monitor increases. And here's that phrase spin rate to identify pitchers who the league. Thanks a loading up the ball in two thousand eighteen. Trevor bauer estimated to hbo's real sports with bryant gumbel that seventy percent pitchers use gunk as its impact is greater than steroids. You will get with baseball. Monitoring spin rates to catch cheese restraint. It makes me laugh. I remember going to a mets dodgers playoff game as a kid and jay howell reliever for the dodgers got kicked out because the mets alerted the empire. They'd had something on his glove. Some type of substance. He was kicked out. What about gaylord. Perry who made a career out of the spitball convincing people. He was in the hall of fame. Do you need a jacket from a game. Until he was in his twenty first season so this is another thing that's kind of accepted but now with the spin rate and stack has data. They're gonna compare the spin rate to a pitcher's career norms. So now you're telling me that technology you use can determine whether or not a guy spent the off season getting bigger stronger and my cares. It's all about trying to change the game for being a ho. We love baseball. But it's become a home run strikeout walkway. They work is putting the ball in play. You know how you do that. Have something some type of legal defense. These infield shifts. That's what's ruining the game. Not spin right frank. I totally agree with you. And this is disingenuous to. I mean baseball. Which is fraudulently baseball's motto for one hundred and forty years. It's been if you're not cheating. You're not trying and i- baseball's my first love is a sport. I always accepted that. I don't wanna hear spin rates. I don't wanna has just garbage again. Baseball is trying to move away from something that in sort of wink. Wink approved for years. Just home runs a strike outs. Even the marketing chicks dig. Delay ball came out twenty years ago so baseball is being as fraudulent with this as the nhl is with the last story we talked about. How are you supposed guy worked for. Two offseasons on snapping offer breaking pitch in his spin rate has increased over his career. That you're not going to acknowledge that you don't let technology you're gonna let technology do something you don't have the guts to do. It's on top of major league baseball and the answer. Frank is of course because they'll let technology and they will let the numbers run their sport. It ought to be embarrassing. But i promise you baseball. Is it the best reliever and the history of the sport. Marian rivera got better. He was a starter. Learn to throw that cutter and look what became of him. The problem is you have guys hitting ropes. And they're getting lining out to short right field as a second basement and shows. That's so if you can have a legal defense in the nba. They changed the rules. In hockey they change in football. Change it in baseball. I think it'll make you have to bob. At some point in the sport needs it right now the piercer all did die because all you get is gm's running teams off a computer. That's what i do now. And they don't have the guts to take that on. let's take a break.
"jay howell" Discussed on Wall Street Breakfast
"Today's news the biden administration is moving full speed ahead on one point nine. Trillion dollar corona virus economic relief plan after house. democrats adopted a budget resolution. That would enable a bill to pass with a simple majority vice president. Kamala harris would cast a tie breaking vote. Despite a public debt load of twenty seven trillion. The consensus stance from the democratic camp is not making the case for fiscal restraint at this stage in the recovery stocks have been buoyed by the stimulus efforts in recent days with the major ever just set to open in the green for the fourth straight session. New thinking and economics. The idea here is that with interest rates at essentially zero. Any girls seen for the majors will pay back the borrowing while it would cost the economy more if the government does not go through with the spending economic policy makers from treasury secretary janet yellen to fed chair. Jay howell have also the administration to act big believing in the long run that the benefits will far outweigh the costs. Republicans meanwhile want something more targeted and are seeking to ensure the funding from congress. Most recent stimulus package is fully spent. I their bill also doesn't include state and local aid paid sick leave a fifteen dollars minimum wage and expansion to the child tax. Credit flashback biden likely remembers president obama's first term in office when he spent much time trying to secure gop support for additional stimulus measures during the global financial crisis obama pushed for a one trillion dollar stimulus package or roughly twenty five percent bigger than the record-setting legislation that got through congress though this time around the republican proposal less than a third of biden's plan one point nine trillion proposal while president biden has signaled some areas of compromise and met with gop senators over a smaller six hundred billion dollar offer. He won't ditch an overall package. For the sake of bipartisanship. Time is a luxury our country does not have senate majority leader. Chuck schumer said before moving forward with the budget process. Some concessions may be seen with stimulus checks and biden his indicated the direct payments could be set to a smaller group of americans. Previous checks were given to citizens making under seventy five thousand dollars per year but that is now likely to be reduced to fifty thousand dollars which would cut the total price tag of the cova date bill in other news given the scarce supplies across the world a new vaccine trial being launched in the uk. We'll explore whether using different corona virus jabs works for the first and second doses. The trial led by the university of oxford and run by the national immunization. Schedule evaluation consortium will last for thirteen months and recruit eight hundred twenty participants over the age of fifty. It's backed by seven million pounds of government funding from the vaccine task force which was set up by the uk last april to research and produce cororavirus vaccine quote. If we do show that these vaccines can be used interchangeably. In the same schedule this will greatly increase the flexibility of vaccine delivery and could provide clues as to how to increase the breadth of protection against the new virus strains said matthew snake chief investigator on the trial and associate professor in pediatrics and vaccine allergy at university of oxford. The twelve will specifically examine the immune responses of an initial dose of pfizer's vaccine followed by a booster of astrazeneca's and vice versa with intervals of four and twelve weeks. Researchers will measure antibody responses as well as monitor any unexpected side effects. Go deeper the biggest advantages of the astrazeneca. Oxford shot our price in storage. It does not need to be kept at temperatures and costs about four dollars a dose compared to the two thousand dollars per vial from pfizer and thirty three dollars for modern his jab a vaccine milestone was also seen yesterday as the number of global inoculations surpassed the total number of confirmed cases of covid nineteen. There's a lot of rumblings in the auto sector especially surrounding levi's and a chip shortage. That's hitting the industry storm. Demand across the us and china continue to be received favorably by investors triggering abroad rally yesterday across the landscape. According to data from edmonds ev sales of the us climbed four percent year over year. In twenty twenty outperforming the auto market down fifteen percent year over year mostly from the introduction of the model y tesla also extended sector domination with seventy nine percent of all be. Ev battery electric vehicle. Sales other happenings apple har- reports suggest the company is also close to finalizing deal with hyundai kia to manufacture an apple branded autonomous electric vehicle at the kea assembly. Plant in west point georgia the vehicle would go into production and twenty twenty four and would be designed to operate without a driver and focus on the last mile delivery robo taxis smartphones or a five hundred billion dollar annual tiem total addressable market. Apple has about one third of this market. The mobility market is ten trillion dollars so apple would only need a two percent share of this market to be the size of their iphone. Business wrote morgan stanley analyst katie hubert in a year and a half. After around seeing it would by one hundred thousand ruby an electric truck to reduce its carbon footprint. Amazon has begun using prototype vehicles for deliveries in los angeles. The ecommerce giant plans to expand testing to fifteen more cities this year. As part of a broad goal to be net zero carbon emissions across its operations by twenty forty ribian is meanwhile looking to start production by the end of this year and shake up the market in twenty twenty two and beyond.
"jay howell" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"It has been said that a good empire goes unnoticed through the course of the game. Whoever said that probably didn't think much of Joe West. West is MLB's longest tenured umpire and easily its most recognizable with the confrontational style and a knack for finding controversy. Today. ESPN's temperature. Chia gives us a rare up close portrait of a man who players and coaches love to hate. Even, as they grudgingly respective. I'm Pablo Torre. It's Wednesday September sixteenth. This Is ESPN. So, Tim, your latest story is a profile of major league umpire, Joe West to you know as well as anybody, but for people the kids perhaps out there who maybe aren't as familiar with this umpire who is Joe West and why is he somebody wanted to profile? Joe West is one of the best umpires of all time he is going to break a record for most games umpired in the history of baseball record that has stood for eighty years. He's GonNa Empire Five Thousand Two hundred, fifty nine games to break bill clams record anybody that can work into their late sixties. Column Balls Strikes deserves our admiration in a lot of what he's. He's also very. Very combative very. Confrontational. The bumgarner. He's thinking of that Bungee strike. Joe West is not going back behind the captured. He's not going to back away from confrontation. It's just not in his Baker. Sometimes people think he thinks he's bigger than the game. Hundred. We'll have worked with joe asked that's a terrible way for the ballgame. Man Actually went on. Pires more often than not going to ask for help an. Joe West has been an umpire in major league baseball for forty four years temp that since one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, six. For your story, you spun through your Rolodex of players and coaches, all these people around the game and one quote that stood out to me was from an anonymous former player who had a very visceral reaction to being asked about Joe West. What did he say? Well he laughed but he said if murder were not against the law, I will kill Joe as what he said. and. He said, you know he just comes across as so arrogant and he affects the game in the wrong way once in awhile and he's just such a loud personality. And then he ause this former player and said, and then the next day you see him, he's funny. He's charming. He's a great pyre again, and he's the kind of guy that you want to go have a beer with after the gang. That in some ways, kind of sounds up who Joe West is the job is done and you're right Pablo Nineteen, seventy six. His First Major League in Sean doolittle told me look anyone who anything thousand times deserves our respect. Let's get to what happened more recently, just ten days ago in Atlanta the braves are hosting the nationals and national GM Mike Rizzo is three levels up in his luxury box yelling at the umpires over balls and strikes. What is Joe? West do next? Well. He heard Mike Rizzo the general manager up in one of the private booths and he did not appreciate what Mike Rizzo was saying. So he and the crew got together and through might Rizzo out. Wrong While somebody's getting kicked out. Somebody's been objected either Joe West or Hunter Wendelstedt. And they've asked security to be called either in the second decker third deck. Not Be Mike Rizzo. I think it is. That's the weirdest thing I've seen in a long time. I cannot believe that happened on the surface that base absolutely no sense. I also have covered that fan this game in Baltimore Two Thousand Sixteen and trust me Pablo. You can hear every word in the stadium when. Is Empty. Again, the key here is that he felt what might result did was against the rules and Adam wainwright quoted saying joe is consistently consistent that every rule is consistently follow. That would wine he used Joe S and you can say a lot of things about him but he follows the rules and he felt like the rules were broken that day by Mike Rizzo who he could here in a private box upstairs. So that was just one of the more notable public incidents that Joe West has been a part of. What are some of the others? Well, again, forty forty years call balls and strikes really hard to do. He's been around for a huge things there on the field for Felix Hernandez perfect gain to. Talk. Big Game. He was there when Jay Howell had pine tar on his glove, throw them out of the playoff game I was at that game to go west is out there. Joe Is Jackie his. String. You believe. Joe West through Jonathan Tab Amman out of the game because Jonathan Palpable Bon grabbed his crotch after a now was that a little gesture toward the fans right there. Well, he was either adjusting himself for it was a gesture. He called to box, of Mark, Burleigh in one game. And Hawk Harrelson the very outspoken broadcast for the white SOx screams on the air. Joe West should retire and is telling You know he's. GonNa. He's becoming a joke is what he's doing. He's becoming a joke to the empire profession..
"jay howell" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"You. Oh my gosh yes. I don't think I even have one of those. What did you get that wearing my Sunday and Craig t shirt? You don't remember. It must've have got something on the back or is it just Sunday Creek. Oh I don't think I have one I I'll see if I remember I got. I don't know if if I had it made if I didn't have or if maybe I maybe I took it from nickelodeon no idea but it's yeah sometimes when you work on his show sometimes you really do have to take things. Yeah I remember I got. I don't know if I don't know if maybe if Jay Howell gave it to me or somewhat yet But I but I have to. I have to Jane Craig. Shirts I have this one and then I have a shirt that looks like it's for the band the Dixon's yes. I think I have that black. It's black on black and white. Yeah it's black and white that that all right taken off give it to me. Okay this is basically. The this is the Sandra Craig. Podcasts at the world has been clamoring for. Let's see who years you've been on? Linda was on earlier. This year crew now is on probably who God like years ago. Yeah Yeah Matt. Jones is opening matt. Jones has been on how he hasn't on doesn't have like a new new. He's like Oh Carino. Yeah Yeah Yeah Oh my God absolutely that show and then we'll talk about a lot of things but I just have to say Sanjay and Craig was one of my favorite things. I've ever been a part of yes. We Sell Fun we so fun. It was a strange little show. It wasn't a strange show but also like I think a show that sort of one of the few two D animation shows that even gets made anymore. Yeah I mean they're still rick. And morty is you know mainly to with some. Cg stuff in there. But but I don't know that shows is really fun. The only the only problem that I ever had with the show was that Craig's scream so much like I would do these. I had to start asking for like I can only do it. I can't do a four hour session because everything is like what you know like everything that fucking character was on eleven time the vote of remember they would. They would literally stack lozenges next to the music stand. Were to keep us like healthy through it. All storylines like there was a whole episode match Jones's Character. Hector was amazing but there was a whole episode devoted to how he had never thrown up. And so we keep trying to get him to Puke the entire episode. Finally at the end we get him to look at his own but in a beer and he throws up. It was such a strange wonderful crazy so crazy I got it. So I'm I'm doing. These middle school visits as part of the this book tour for for my book and I go and I showed them some cartoon stuff I've done just to like get an in with them and tell them Sanjay and Craig and I'm surprised like kids. Kids Watch it. Like kids watched it. You know it's been a few years now and then I just did one recently where I play a little clip in. Everyone's like who did you play? They thought I was the dad. Because dads like so much browner. I'm Sanjay the data one line and the CLIP. I played you. Think bigger played that. Would it was like one of the very episode where we were like? It was the transplant episode. There's a lot of humor in whole fard episodes like entire Florida where we saved farts and I don't think it was a good thing. If it was like it was like a treasure like these these parts that we love you know Mason Jar remembering that you could say the word on television. We settled it got to the point. Where eventually I think Jim. J. Jim- Burger and Jay. How we're like I think maybe we I think the networks like maybe tone it down a little bit right but the thing with the nickelodeon shows that once you get to three seasons they effectively just run them forever. Yeah and it turns out kids will watch the same thing over and over and over again so at a certain point. They're just like yeah. We don't need to make whatever one hundred some of these kinda wish. We had one more season because the show is like it was getting so crazy. It would have been fun to see what would have happened. We we did three right. I think we did three reasons. Yeah it's funny I did. I did an ferber which has been like on forever. We started in two thousand six. And we're just we're putting on a movie that comes out next month. Oh my God. We're still requirements. I can't do the math. That's thirteen years but it was only four seasons because it's that same thing I mean we may think we've made more episodes. Maybe Sanjay and Craig but they just they just play them over and over and over and over and over again I came onto Sanjay and Craig off a show called back at the. Barnyard and Barnyard was another show that we did for three seasons and then they were just like we can just run these forever but I think the weird unfortunate corporate truth is that shows that can sell a lot of toys To be on longer because it's basically a commercial for toys. Yeah and I don't believe. Barnyard had like a big toy play and I don't think Sanjay and Craig had a big toy like spongebob is a like a billion dollar a year industry in Dora. I think also like a billion dollar industry but hurdles. Yeah exactly exactly. I've running to the turtles. I feel like we could have had some merchandising. I was like look I remember going to comecon and being like where are looking at the T. Shirt you're wearing these t shirts. I feel like kids would like those. Or where's where's the toy snake twice? Snake where is the toy snake? I don't know I I would like to. I would like answers to these questions because you have exactly. Because we're GONNA dig into the nickelodeon archives the thing about Sanjay and Craig that I loved is that there are two schools of thought for effectively like kids. Programming and one is a product of sort of science and research in psychology. Which is you know where you get. Shows that are specifically geared towards the kids brain as we know how to engage kid using science where to put colors in which quadrants of the screens or whatever. The problem with that kind of programming is that it is excruciating for the parents. The great thing about a show like Sanjay and Craig. There's a whole layer of like store owner or adult humor and as well and so I feel like you can in the same that my parents could watch the muppet show with me. Yeah this is a show that you could watch with their kids and maybe not want to stab yourself in the temple of the night because you're just watching like quote unquote kids humor. There's something for everyone on it and that's what I was really proud of. What the show. I thought they did. Such a great job with it was real. I mean I remember reading stuff about how they wanted to create something I can't remember the words but strange. Wonderful and beautiful maybe their motto and it was all of that it was strange and it was pretty wonderful. Far Char so wonderful. It was beautiful like it was I mean. Maybe that's what you're talking about the two animation that old school luck the colors gray. I remember like the posters that beautiful purple. Yeah Tree we're in. It's just like yeah. It was it was it was a pretty magical show about farts and butts like it's like they the the creators were like you know skate. Punks and yeah like Punk Rock dudes and so it very much had that it very much had that vibe. I felt like we were that show at Nickelodeon to like the PUNK. Rock within the NICKELODEON world like the punk rock show. Yeah yeah we were like we were like sort of like the outlier sort of bad boy of cartoons so awesome and GM these scale. They were like northern California right. There were like northern California like skater due to design. I think yeah. I think that's where it came from. I don't know exactly. I might be making up some facts here but I also think it's remarkable that they wrote a show that had a lead snake no but had the lead a half Indian American character and two white dude from San Francisco and that that was like cool and find and created the show that I think was really unlike I think Sanjay was the first Indian American character. That was a lead on a network cartoon. Yeah I mean there was up. Who obviously which is. That's a whole other thing. But the thing about Sandra is that his Yes he was an Indian American Kid. But but that didn't define the the the jokes were at the expense of that at all by all by all accounts he was a regular kid. And you know in in and that I think that kind of and please correct me if I'm wrong but that kind of diversity in storytelling is important because it just basically is like yeah. This is normal like this isn't right like there's nothing jokey about that. He's a regular kid with regular stuff and that's good for other kids to see better percent. I think I think it's like like if you remember. There was like a review that came out right around New York comecon time. He said something about the problem with Sanjay and Craig is that. Sanjay is an Indian enough. So what's the point of him being Indian American or half Indian because because the mom was Caucasian and his dad was Indian and he was like he was like if he's not going to be more Indian than it should just be a white character. Kaz Kids can relate to that and people were very offended by rightfully subletting. That's the thing is I think Like I was pretty like American whatever that even means like. I don't even know what that like. How even define that anymore? But a pretty Americanized kid. Who According these kids? I don't look like Sanjay but I'd like my experience was was a lot like this cartoon characters. I didn't I didn't spend the whole day like an Indian clothes eating Indian food and doing so like the fact that they wrote a cartoon that was reflective of an experience that I think a lot of brown or half around kids. This country grow up with is pretty remarkable and then also like you said he's but he's relatable to everybody right like anyone imagined. African American kids could relate to him or Japanese American or Caucasian. He's a kid he's A. He's a kid doing kids stuff and young and he has a unique background in his neighborhood. But it doesn't it's important. His average obviously import his heritage is important. But it doesn't like but again it's not the expense of the jokes right and he's you know again. You know it's funny that we're talking about this because it's just like the far jar again as a kid. When I was growing up I would have had a farm yard. You know like that and also the idea that his best friend is you know trying so hard like the fact that Craig would always put on shirts and didn't have arms and and and they just put a wig on him and he had a fuck entail. No no no and no one seemed to notice that there were no arms. I didn't seem to notice that he was a snake and pointy. Basically you know I mean to me that was a show about acceptance and growing up now just like being a kid and what's important to kids. It was interesting I feel like as Kinda Rajini as as as sort of like you know. Like the sort of rebel show that it was. I do think every episode had that the heart of it heart. I think it was about this friendship. It was about like parts and parts hearts and Barnes. What's really got together in a way if you know like rather than you know hammering kids who are watching and being like be accepting because it's important and because you have to understand it you know you kind of sneak in with the fart jokes and that opens their mind to accept all the other stuff. Yeah you know as much as we can sort of make fun of the link they do serve its access making it. Accessible to joke may be the most important literary device. They should be teaching classes. Nyu On the march to make your points. Okay so I So Willem dafoe during the podcast and a couple of days and I went to see a screening of a movie that he is in with Robert Pattinson and the two of them in this lighthouse. And it's black and white and it's already and the theater was probably seventy five people a lot of like distinguished film critics reviewers and I'm just there to watch it so I can talk about the movie and his character in the movie farts. Allot almost every time. Willem Dafoe farted in this movie. And it's not a comedy but almost every time we farted. The fucking Nadia laughed. Why was he was? He just a gase guy. He was just a crude..
"jay howell" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Five degrees like five drop which actually do this is a hundred degrees ninety nine hundred in Grand Junction is that just the news saying it is not really that hot down there fake news is with her yes I'm wondering if that's what they're saying your good friend Larry Colleen however is going KO I hello Larry our area we're good thank you California Hey good Larios wondered if you were gonna say how are you talk to Kathy to Larry asking how are you hi Larry hi Larry how would you tell our regular Hey dragon how are you a lineal grant Hey Larry he Melanie on our yeah one on there what do you do it right yeah right he Rick I got a question for ya now you were talking about the movie purple rain earlier yes okay now you're into motorcycles I want to I'm one of your motors your motorcycle interesting segue very what motorcycle was he riding I you know what correct do you know the answer who me no you don't okay well I could tell you it wasn't a Harley Davidson it what I think was a Japanese model that had been customized I don't know what it was that's a good trip that was so suki road rage it could have been a Suzuki do they have road rage I'd never heard of a road rage I just made it up but it could have been a Suzuki that they modify for the movie somehow that made it look kind of like a chopper but it was it was a Japanese bike I believe is that is that motorcycles that are in a museum somewhere it should be yeah because I was kind of wondering if it was still intact somewhere wireless good question yeah you get literacy do it does favor research that and then get back to us okay okay like in November I thought the motorcycle in that movie was a little goofy looking honestly I don't I'm trying to remember I don't remember the actual scene with the the cycle it was purple and he wrote it you know where in like it's purple velvet you know costume that he wore all the time I'm not sure if he even really rides you look good and that I would look at the but you're right I would get the diverse okay away with a brick and Kathy how hi guys how you doing today we're good good I would just call and I use a ball of go I heard Cathy say she wouldn't live in Grand Junction yes well it's a beautiful setting it really is I was born and raised in Colorado was born raised on twelve I'd rather live in Grand Junction then I would put I would too your web will be calling my wife and I graduated from high school down and then we moved up here the damn bird's fifty six how was club level I'm in the old days it was pretty good well I was born and raised in a bar my folks might open a bar down there for years and I would have slot machines and everything and I was born and raised there it was a nice city then it's gone it's not so nice is it not nice now I don't know much about pueblo well it's a it's a it's okay but it's mostly you know it's just a lot of trouble down there and everything and it's just not as nice as it used to be in court the old days were always nice I guess thank you our Textor says the only new building in Grand Junction la is an assisted living build being that they brought me says he's moving to Florida in a year a guy from a junction yeah I got a lot of friends in pueblo it and I've been down there several times that I'm sure it has its issues as does every city but there's not there's a nicer if they have some really good restaurants down there yes yeah we went down there for the state fair good yeah very good mix and that what is the ball is it called the boardwalk or where the river walk thing we played there one yeah that was cool air is pretty well open for foreigner at the state fair one year in pueblo in pueblo yeah wow that's for the state fair of you do that right well I think I I did yes yeah in pueblo sorry didn't remember that right right away Rick home details on cast eyes me about what goes on in the state prince's purple rain motorcycle was a customized nineteen eighty one Honda matic C. B. four hundred a so something was an automatic motorcycle Honda matic Honda's made a few automatic transmission transmission motorcycles and was customize the put a fairing on it they put some people lower inserts on the bike and I'm gonna mated for print space anyway prize next okay away Brian good morning how are you there are you guys doing a great Hey I wanted to ask you guys that work talk a little bit about the baseball and and not see you question came up how does how are you know in comparison university you talk they got around that they have a real head of baseball came in the pac twelve can't can't she you fall but modeled somewhere you know that's listen that's been the question for well for a lot of us ever since see you got rid of baseball and there just doesn't seem to be a real significant interest in bringing baseball back and I don't know how else to say it there there are mitigating circumstances in reasons and some of them makes sense but even I mean there there are there been proposals because I I saw one this is been several years ago that would have funded the entire program all from an outside source and it never really gain traction so I I don't I don't have a good answer honestly yeah because they were there real competitive back where they used to have the payment on unite unlike you I'm from there I your school road games and had a need because every now and then you get old our senior political guys in the major leagues are those kind of pull the following in a I know that there's a lot of good for you baseball in Colorado all those kids they go out of state they may go play some more also I know that if somehow we put together came up there you know I think you'd be pretty good came after him and that was one of the big greasy but how are we going to the pac twelve to try to revive the baseball program I thought the same thing again I often wondered when they decided the pac twelve decided Hey we're gonna let you win their conference they didn't make that a stipulation like you got to get a baseball program this is a big baseball conference I thought that would have been part of the deal right thanks for the call Brian mentioned guys a played up there that went on in it it was it was a very competitive baseball program in the Big Eight brown of course the late great coach up there and gather first started me radio irv irv was yet Hector program may mean you look at John stars John Stearns was an all star catcher for the Phillies Jay Howell was a really good reliever for the Dodgers for number of years there there there was a lot of talent that went through that see you baseball program so because I've been asked over the years Billy ten fifteen times say what about getting baseball going to see you and I remember there was a concerted effort to to fund that program this is probably a ten twelve years ago before Rick George became the athletic director well before that and it was a program from that was put together by loans that would have funded the entire baseball program and for what ever the reason it gained absolutely no traction at all so I when people ask me I just shake my head and I I tell the truth you know what I don't have any idea if they will ever be another baseball program and see you were really who would not be in favor of it I just I just don't know I don't think you'd be up something you make money on it B. R. O. a loss I would think yeah well this place sports up there there are there are losers which sport well we've got a little small makes money but other than football all other patrons men's basketball I believe maybe women's basketball maybe does because they've been they've had a good program up there for a while I they have had a good program I I don't know if that's so that when you factor in all the the cost of travel and coaches in sure what they would average per game our football obviously does but tell me there are other sprite that all along they have they do have volleyball I think what they did when I was in school but I haven't paid attention to they not have anymore I think they do and none of those make money no no the footballs the one that they're actually funds pretty much every sport in college yeah you know big time football program but then when I was real expensive that's an expensive sport it is that's because I do you don't have football so their programs are funded by gymnastics hockey basketball basketball across so I can't imagine I I don't know if any of those hockey I would think would be the big money generator yeah for sure Ross I would maybe I mean they've got a nationally recognized across print that's almost just been more recently right yes don't know if you can make them you could check it out but I don't know if you can make enough money on those programs you know that you've got to have TV you got to have TV money coming in from the conference so I I don't know I think one of the ways should write because their private maybe but I would think a lot of these schools lose money on their sport that's why you've seen a lot of schools drop football if you can't draw like Long Beach state where I went dropped it in ninety one because you know they were they're getting ten thousand fifteen thousand people gave it you can't make enough money to the start of baseball yes I got a great yes it best Walter did fifty five our time stick around this is K. away Hey.
"jay howell" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Defense for Miami up on the line of scrimmage all that open receiver now from the thirty nine with two white outs left one of the white man in the slot of the running back to the right side here's the hand off trying to find running room is soccer go get across the forty out to the forty three yard line of four yard gain Jonathan the defensive tackle from fort Lauderdale makes the stop so now second down in six with six oh seven the goal in the third Tucker is Jim Bob Bobbi Holly is in he is the A. back when he is in he lines up as a hold back when Griffin a bear is in is in the back he lines up as a tight end would in the slot left is Holly here now to give and all called left the yard brings up a third and five as he tried to meander through the land of the big man but not that defensive tackle putting down quickly Molly now leads we'll bring in see Jay Howell as the extra wide receiver Israel **** stays in a running back with quarterback is Jay Mohr Smith to wide for the right to the lot on a thirty five Louisiana tech for their own forty four Miami springs format up they showed what water back has time the morning rolls right is most of the that was room moving it out of the hands of our blades it was a six yard hookup with maybe one of the nicest reception today first down yeah what a great job that to help all over the wall now we're souls somebody is banged up for the hurricanes started trotting off and then went down to his knees looks like it may be Scott pension if so it'll be the second time he has been banged up today the fifth year senior from great tennis the veins begin doing the way he here at independence bowl stadium four fifty five the goal of the third I was the seven different bulldog to Japan's here this afternoon Jim no clothes walking all this damn way for Miami is rather late at the university of Florida the bridge football family yep his dad played with eighty three to eighty seven with the hurricane the brother was you mentioned earlier started with the Florida Gators and went to Boston College first in ten from the fifty yard line right on the midfield straight off the floor his four two wives right one man to the left Hey gun Holly in the slot left on the single one in back the more Smith will audible comes up Justin Henderson is the running back to his left J. mark lapses hands gets the snap gives it the Henderson powers way over right tackle and got a couple of yards to the forty eight.
"jay howell" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"Reject him as a starter in this defense right now is just they're telling you that he's not one as far as the corners, go kindle fuller is a slot corner. He needs to be a slot corner. We talked about it throughout the course of the year. He's a guy that struggles to carry vertically. I know that PF says that he is better on the outside than he is on the inside. But it got significantly less reps on the outside than he did on the inside. He's just struggled with speed with vertical speed. If you're going to put him on the boundary, you're going to make it more difficult for safety's to help him and try to get over the top of his routes and that speed is going to get exposed in the lack of length is going to get exposed. He's got great footwork. He can handle everything asked of him as a slot corner. He's a guy that you want in that position as much as possible. If you've got three guys that you've got a cover kindle fuller has to be your slot corner. And, you know, I keep coming back to this. I don't know if I said this on the. Todd last week, Craig or if this was just talking, but the best tape, kindle fuller, the was him playing in zone in the slot lash in two thousand seventeen and it was very good tape and the reason that a lot of us were excited about him being traded for by the chiefs. So I want him in situations like that as much as possible, because that was the most redeeming tape of KENDALL fuller, he was underwhelming a little bit last year. You can blame Bob. I kinda do. But if you can get some of what we saw in two thousand seventeen outta KENDALL fuller moving forward. Man. I, I would be I'd be pretty hyped about that. And the last year, that's kind of not listed Chaveriat word a you've heard enough about him from the team to know that he's going to get a chance. I'm not a huge believer that traverse wards ready to be a great player right now. But he's earned the chance to compete tra- various ward is tailor-made to be outside corner, in what looks like see specula- system's going to be the ability to use his length athleticism, especially his long speed to be physical and run vertical run with receivers deep sang along the boundary only kind of worrying about a fourth third of the field marking vertically not horizontally, that's like perfect for his game so getting him not on the field when it he looks like he should fit that role perfectly seems like a bit of a stretch to me judging by what we've heard from him and just his general place. I'll compared to what I think we're gonna see. Jay Howell, fifteen asks, I like this one, the most overrated, Casey restaurant that everyone else seems to love. This is tricky for me because I don't go to restaurants when I visit cancer that I don't like. So it's kind of hard for me to like answer it. I wanted to say gates, just because I don't love their sauce, but the food without the sauces, still delicious. They can't really go with gates, I think to go, and this might not be super popular Leo's pizza. It's north of the river, so maybe not everybody's heard of it, but it's got prevail cheese. So it's like e Moses Louis people, it's not she's guys. I don't know what it is. It's not cheese. It's not pizza overrated. Don't come anywhere near me with that stuff. Yeah. Alley. Two straight shots. Sorry. Allie? It's, it's tough because I love all foods, all of them. And so, yeah, for Kent. Yeah. I, I when we were at house for the draft. He's asking what do you want? What do you like like literally everything throw a dart on fine with it? I will eat anything and we go pizza shuttle who is opening Kansas City free publicity for pizza shuttle open in.
"jay howell" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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Senate Confirms Pompeo 57-42
"At the canyon county fairs crowded as they are should four h and ffa clubs from ada county be allowed to show livestock there that's a question the county canyon county commissioners struggling with commissioner tom dale says they want to contribute to or they want to continue being good neighbours but the reality is there's just not enough room for everyone that wants to compete for those coveted blue ribbons but he says they're looking possibly expanding their facilities looking at the possibility of building an additional fair exhibit building down close to the ballfields it would potentially free up o'connor to be used solely for four h exhibits and we would move the commercial exhibitors down to this new building if it comes to pass he says they already have dedicated funds to us if they do decide to build a new exhibit hall he was cia director but now america's top diplomat the us senate voted fifty seven forty two confirm mike pompeo as secretary of state on the senate floor before the vote idaho senator jim risch says pompeo can be trusted as a member of the intelligence committee i have worked with director pompeii regularly and can personally for his accessibility in candor having worked with a number of cia director's over the years on the intelligence committee i can personally attest that director pompeo is at the top of the class for being open and straightforward mccabe ui marketwatch closing numbers on wall street the dow down eleven the nasdaq up one s and p five hundred up three news is brought to you by campaign credit union jay howell six seventy seventy.
Idaho Army National Guard Aviation Unit Deploying to Afghanistan
"Afternoon in a downtown boise apartment sixty four year old david castro vargas died of multiple stab wounds according to the coroner's release it happened in his home in the civic plaza apartments police later arrested a thirty five year old woman kimberly swat she's been charged with first degree murder according to kb y two tv soi admitted to killing vargas in court on monday prosecutors described vargas is death as brutal and torturous swabs due in court again on april thirtieth boise police still investigating for the eighth time in the last decade helicopter pilots and crew members of the idaho army national guard at deploying to support operations in the war on terror is about thirty personnel with the first battalion one sixty eighth general support aviation regiment will take off thursday for a training period at fort hood texas and from there to afghanistan to support operation freedom sentinel the total deployment time will be about twelve months the first of the one sixty eighth flies the uh sixty black hawk and will conduct medevac missions in afghanistan another smaller idaho army guard aviation unit is currently supporting central command operations jay howell six seventy k b o y well today sadly it is tax day the idaho state tax commission wants to make it as painless as they possibly can make your state return the commission's renee i'm in says you could drop off your state returned their offices eighty eight east park boulevard from eight o'clock this morning until five o'clock afternoon that's right you just pull up we will walk to your car roll down your window give us your return you don't need postage on your return and this is just for state tax returns only and we can also hand out tax forms if you're really last last minute all but here's something else you need to know it's a different story altogether for your federal forms where you have to get those in the mail today by midnight now if you're filing for an extension you'll need to have your forty eight sixty eight four in the mail by midnight.
"jay howell" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Want to pitch they're had he work as it didn't treat him very well so he was kinda waiting for a an nl team to offer him something so he was only thirty three at the time and he ended up pitching several more years in the majors whereas jay howell who was a threetime allstar closer but at that point was thirty nine and was really kind of you know he didn't have a lot left acieve acknowledged to me and he ended up retiring at the end of the camp because he just didn't get an offer but for most guys it it really did workout and they were putting the work in because they were trying to show that they deserve to spot in there are some pretty surprisingly good players have been wellknown players who were mostly kind of over the hill at that point but you know like benito santiago was there he had just turned thirty he was still really good player baqui tettleton had just been an allstar the season before was still really good player so some guys just kinda got crowded out by the numbers game of the striken just needed somewhere to go and the players association step up in an organized this camp because no one else would have essentially it was like two big a job for agents to to do on their own and said they would scrimmage and they would practice do drills and they would play junior college teams high school teams would come in just because they were in kind of an isolated part of florida a relative to other spring training team so they were just belcher said like we were on an island and they were telling me how weird it was but they kind of think back fondly on it for the most part it sounded like it was fun like guys would just go golfing in fishing and they were all in this shared predicament obviously of of being unemployed so men they all said they kind of look back on it fondly well also still hoping that it doesn't happen again as the as the numbers dwindled in the camp would drop below even like the the number you need to feel the negative roster what a howard the conditions in your findings that at that point because you know of course at first as player start getting sign.
"jay howell" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Had been then mostly destroyed by hurricane andrew and the indians decided not to play their and so there was this unoccupied facility and lots of wellknown free agents went down there and they hung out for basically the entire month of april and it was almost like a gym class sort of situation where you just wait around to be picked and eventually a lot of the players where most of the players were but there were something like sixty guys who were down at this camp at various points that month just waiting for someone to sign them and it was this strange footnote this weird poet in baseball history that i relieve enjoyed learning about so i i talked to jackie more who was the manager of the team longtime baseball person a tucked a lloyd mcclendon and tim belcher and jay howell a few of the players who were there and it was really interesting to hear them reminisce about this unique episode in baseball history that hopefully will remain unique as you are working out a free agent training are you relative to a player who's on the roster you putting forth greater or lesser effort you know our yeah i not to get hurt her i tried to get noticed i was curious about that i asked the players about that and they said probably if you watched like the the team practices like drills probably it would look like guys were taking them less seriously than at a typical spring training camp but in terms of like individual guys getting their work in they told me that people were working if anything harder than they would in a typical sprint tree which makes sense obviously you're you're auditioning for teams and there were scouts there to see these players and you're trying to show that you're healthy and i mean it it really ran the gamut there were younger guys middle career guys there were guys who were at the very end of their careers like tim belcher i talk to he was available for a few reasons he was coming off probably his his worst season certainly to that point he had led the major leagues in losses and he was also just trying to get out of the american league because he heat.