18 Burst results for "Joe Carter"
"joe carter" Discussed on WTOP
"Union missions life-changing programs, a gift of $50 will feed and care for nearly 25 people. How much help can you provide, give today at mission D.C. dot org. This is WTO news. Great to have you with us here at 9 22. We are not yet riding metro as frequently as we did before the pandemic. But some days have more people than others. That's for sure. And metro says it's adjusting to meet the demand. Trains run every 15 minutes on the orange blue and what's known as the blue plus line right now. The fact that February 7th will be running 12 minute frequencies on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, from 6 to 9 a.m. into three to 6 p.m.. That's metro GM Randy Clark and he says that means from roslin through the city to stadium armory. You'll see trains passing through the core every three and a half minutes. And that is where the ridership demand is. On February 21st, you'll also see red line trains run every 8 minutes from 6 8 and 9 P Tuesday through Thursday, and with more 7000 series cars all orange line trains will also be 8 cars long, starting on the 7th. John dome in WTO, he news. A little less than two months ago an off duty FBI agent shot and killed a man inside metro center during a fight. Nobody else at the station was hurt. Metro leaders say that's partly due to the actions of Victoria Stanley. She was operating a red line train full of passengers that day, as she pulled in to metro center, she noticed the commotion and her gunshots. Instead of opening the train doors, operator Stanley kept kept them closed to protect the customers on her train and quickly began moving the train full of customers out of harm's way toward the next station. My description of this can not convey how amazing miss Stanley's quick thinking was in this moment. Metro board chair Paul smedberg at today's board meeting smedberg read social media posts from writers who thanked Stanley for keeping them safe. 9 24, Maryland's black legislative caucus is laying out priorities for this year's session. The goal is to reduce cannabis criminal offenses to civil penalties, punishable by fines instead of jail time. We have a legal and a moral obligation. Senator Joe Carter is sponsoring the legislation. To ensure that black people across Maryland will
"joe carter" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"We're back. This is quak pod. Stand by Joe in three, two, one, his mic give. Good morning and welcome back to squawk box here on CNBC live from the NASDAQ market site in Times Square. It's hard to take off 5 days, come back, I'm Joe Carter along with Becky quick Andrew. Is off the day USA, right? It is. Trying to catch up. Trying to catch up? Yeah, just hard to see. Because you've been standing up too late. And I don't sleep past 8 a.m.. I'm off. No, I can't. No. 6 30. Sad. I don't know whether that's, I hear that about a lot of people. It's this shift. But it's also your old. Yeah? No. You would say. Otherwise, I'm old too. We're close enough. But have you not been that been able to sleep for the last 20 years? I mean, this is not a new thing. Kind of. It might be. It's the hours. Alcohol. Some nights, very. Joining us now to talk about the unrest in China and its impact on global business, Kyle bass, founder of hayman capital management. And I think I started last interview Kyle with our ability to know what's actually happening is pretty good nowadays or are we do we know maybe half of what's really going on or how accurate are the reports that we're hearing in your view and do you know things that we haven't heard in mainstream media? Yeah, I mean, Joe, I think everyone has networks that you build and the sensors in China have been working overtime trying to quell the mobilization of the people, whether it's the mobilization of the people at the Foxconn dorm where this all kind of began and called the outward protests and trying to begin. The irony of it all happening at Apple's sweatshop in the largest iPhone factory of the world isn't lost on anyone. But you have mobilization in Foxconn. You've had mobilization and local solidarity in your room T and Xinjiang, where those ten plus people died in a building that was locked down and they couldn't get out. Because of the zero COVID policies and now it's spread to over a hundred universities, Jim, including or Joe, sorry.
Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"joe carter" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"History with the players seemed trailing by multiple runs. And it was just the fourth ever wall trailing at all. The others were 1993 World Series game 6 Joe Carter, 1988 World Series game one Kurt Gibson, and Lenny dykstra in 1986 in the NLCS, but the only other one to be down to the players teams final out. So trailing and with you out was Kirk Gibson. So it was really amazing moment and you know, to the point with the move, I think everyone I was working with last night, my father who texted me. Everyone sort of said, I called it. And you really had that feeling during the pigeon change. Then you know exactly what you're done all over as was going to do. And that might have been true with any picture honestly, to get service a bit of a break there. I mean, this is what you're done. It does in a moment like that, but I mean, he crushed the ball. It was a really, really cool moment to see unless you were running for the Mariners. Number two number two is 7 new ones, 71%. So we're through game one in the division series and all of them. So good time to update sort of the history of what happens in the best of 5 series. So in the history of best 5 series in the postseason, game one winners have gone on to win that series a 102. On the 144 times. So that's 71%. So just a little bit better than two thirds of the time. Of course we've seen these series go 5. We've seen the game one winner, not going to win the series, but it certainly feels like a lease for view of the teams maybe all of them. Those were very decisive wins where it feels like this series could go their way pretty quickly. Number one number one is three. So Nick Hassan as we definitely have to talk about him. And the first thing we're going to say about him is that he had three hits in the first four innings of that game yesterday. He became the
Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"joe carter" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Fans deserve PK steinberger's up first. He called it here. He wrote in advanced judge hitting number 62 this afternoon, which are the top 5 most famous home runs ever hit in where does judges fall? Yeah, so pKa, I saw that we come in with the overnight note that I got from Taylor and I must say like in the moment I'm like, oh my God, I want to get this one right, but I don't think I am able to process all the homers, but off the top of my head, I look at Aaron's number 7 15 as the most famous home run for me, Kirk Gibson would certainly be in that that home run he hit in the 1988 World Series off Dennis eckersley. Yeah, judge number 62, Mark McGuire number 62, whether you are upset about what happened with PDs with him or not. The fact is, I think a lot of people will remember where they were when Maguire hit that line drive home run for number 62. Roger Maris number 61, it wasn't alive for that. We've been watching a replay of that for many years. I get Kirby Puckett from the World Series in 1991, is a big one. And David freeze from 2011. Joe Carter maybe from the Blue Jays won the World Series and he walked it off at the end of that. Bill mazaro ski. So I think they're 5 in that in that group a 9 I just gave you and Taylor, what else did I miss? I think that's a pretty good list. Bond is 73, maybe? I don't think that that's, you know, I said on get up this morning. You know, the bonds is the all time home run leader. Number 73, okay? That's record stands, but I don't think people were sitting there going, wow. You know, when he got there and I don't think it's, I don't think that's burned into people's memories the way that, say, Kirk Gibson's home run is. That is very fair. Dominic writes in since the Yankees won their division in commanding fashion, the conversation in New York has to be focused on the Met's collapse besides the brave, seemingly historic comeback since June 1st. What went wrong for the mets? Dominic, I just, I'm going to push back. I mean, the Met's played on a hundred win pace for four months from June 1. I don't think they really did anything wrong. I think the braves just played out of their minds. I thought AJ adventure had it exactly right. And I know, you know, because it's the mets, and it's New York. We're going to pick them apart. I think this was a case of the braves is playing great. I don't really find a lot of fault in the mints. Matt stock writes in, isn't it is an a combined no hitter basically the same thing as a team combining to hit four homers in a game, a nice team accomplishment, but that's about it. Matt, I'm with you. I don't really find it that compelling when I hear about a combined no hitter. It is. It's like a cool milestone and the players are involved in it. They get to have a baseball Jersey signed by all the players and that's great, but I don't really care that much about them to be honest with you. At golf life rag writes in given the purposeful failure of the Williams Han dictatorship to do their jobs in Chicago. Why aren't they being fired, missed the playoffs? 19 the last 22 years and 9 of the last ten under Han, but nothing, but silence and no change. Yeah, they built a great team for 2021. They ran away with the American League central. But we've addressed this in the past. Jerry reinsdorf is the most loyal owner in sports. And he absolutely believes in his guys. He hangs on to his guys, probably to a fault. And, you know, they're going to be White Sox fans who believe that this is a case where he's been relying on the same teams for too long. I think rickon's done a good job with running that team. Kimberly gar Hart at jolly bone writes in. I remember sitting at my kitchen table, my parents house, and Maguire hit 62, and by sheer dumb luck decided to delay my grocery grocery store trip to hear Aaron judge hit number 60 two in my studio apartment, where were you buster? I was actually in my car on the way to get takeout from a Korean place here in Bozeman, Montana. And then my text dropped in from my son, and he said, you know, Aaron judge did it, and then of course I raced back to the house and watched the replays of it pretty cool. I was kind of like Roger Maris junior. I was like yesterday afternoon Taylor. I was on hold for SportsCenter. I was on call. In other words, if he breaks the record, then you jump immediately on television. I was released from that duty. Afternoon, I was like, I gotta go get some food. Roger Maris junior had that tweet in the drafts all day long. He was ready to fire it off. Yep. Louisville slugger writes in you and Tim mentioned how Terry Francona will someday be in the hall, but will he be wearing a socks cap or a Cleveland cap, two championships with the socks, one pennant with Cleveland, but given how he left the socks, it feels like he's a Cleveland guy now. And given his family history with the Cleveland team, you know, given the fact that his dad was so tied to the Indians, I think he absolutely goes in with a Cleveland cap. Last one for today, Mitchell at tigers of Detroit writes in which rangers breakout players most likely to repeat the performance in 2023. Nathan Lowell or Martin Perez. I like Perez. I think he had a terrific season. I think he's evolved as a pitcher. All righty, that's it for bleacher tweets hashtag bleacher tweets on Twitter. Get some playoff questions coming for Friday's pod. We're excited to get things going in the postseason here. That's it for today I might thanks to Jesse Todd, Sarah and Taylor and Aaron judge who created a summer memories for us all. It was a lot of fun to see him go through that chase. Have a great day, everybody. Thanks for listening. Stay safe and remember. Hating inequality based on skin color is something we need to bite against every single day.
The Dan Patrick Show
"joe carter" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Bills rams tonight, NBC and peacock, NFL kick-off at 8 30 eastern on NBC and peacock. It'll be Mike tirico Chris collinsworth, Melissa stark on the sidelines and then it'll be the Buccaneers at the cowboys this weekend. That'll be Sunday Night football and the man calling all the action is Mike tirico NBC Sunday Night football play by playboys. How is the voice, Mike? Well, what time is it about here, Dan? It's 7 24. So I think it's okay. It's warming up. We'll be ready in about ten hours or whatever the heck it is. I was talking about most painful loss that you've ever seen. Now, I mean, we could flip that and say the most incredible win you've ever seen. But being on the sidelines, when Seattle through the interception against the Patriots and Malcolm butler, to see a shift like that happen in the span of a couple of seconds, and then I was there when Bill Buckner had the ball go through his legs. Those are two of the most now Boston did have one more game that was game 6. Seattle had no more chances. But those are two of the more painful losses that I've ever witnessed. I was there when Joe Carter homered off Mitch Williams in sky dome. That didn't feel as dramatic as what happened with Seattle. Do you have one that comes to mind? If you're leaving me towards buffaloes against Kansas City, we can go there in a second, but March 30, 1987, Keith freaking smart. Syracuse Indiana. At the Superdome in New Orleans, I'm student media at that time, working with WAR, our college radio station where all the Syracuse broadcasters work. And we got to cover it. And I'm not calling the game I'm hosting the pregame halftime postgame and I'm in the third row and I'm on that side of the bench and we covered the you know what out of Steve as Steve alford alford was not going to get up a shot and he was covered and Keith freaking smart me at the shot and that still hurts. March 30 1987 is still a dark day for me. I can't stand it. I'm the only the only thing made up for it was Syracuse won the national championship with Carmelo Anthony in the dome in New Orleans. So at least going back in there hasn't been as painful. But to tonight, that feels lost against Kansas City. When they walked off the field with 13 seconds left, they had to feel like they were hosting the AC championship game. And that is just a crusher. And that's what they've talked about for 7 months in western New York. 13 seconds. Look, 13 seconds joins wide right. In Buffalo, parlance, you know? And the music city miracle. And all those plays that they'll never forget happened to the buffalo team. I mentioned this to start the show. If the rams had not won the Super Bowl last year. How many people would take the rams heading into this year? It's almost like they're avoiding them because they won the Super Bowl, and they might have gotten better in the off season.
The Rich Eisen Show
"joe carter" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"The door. The door and allegation. It would have been, it would have been a lot of fun. Well done, man. You know, with Willie Mays Hayes leading off. Right? Very good. Appreciate the call. Thank you. You know what's amazing to the Indians suddenly become good? Just as major league came out, right? With Kenny Lofton leading off. Just as they had Wesley Snipes. Like they literally put together. Carlos baerga. Carlos Bayer Albert Joey bell. Don't call me Joey bell. When did when did major league come out? What is the actual date? I feel like that's about 89. Because I don't know, I think it might have been a little later, no? 89. 89. All right, 'cause I remember I was in college when that came out. And the Indians were just about to get good right after that, right? Like when did Kenny Lofton and the rest at barga and the rest of them show up. It was mid 90s. They had a great run of World Series playoffs. Lost ALCS in four years. 'cause I remember the Sports Illustrated cover the year I arrived in Michigan was Corey Snyder and Joe Carter ready to take the Indian somewhere, and as you know, that didn't happen. Michael mando of Better Call Saul coming up in studio. For over three decades, nobody has had a wrestling career like arn Anderson. Conrad Thompson gets all the stories with our..
The Stuttering John Podcast
"joe carter" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"Hardly points to a manufactured coup. You know what I mean? But anyways, like just don't get me started. On that bullshit. But anyway, she's over there. Hey, Gillian, New York City two one two. How are you, baby? Good morning. Joe Carter. Oh, Joe Carter, thanks for the two bucks. Thank you. Hey, how was I going to say to you? Oh, I'm sure you played Donald Trump Jr.'s latest rumble video saying that Donald Trump was smart. He kissed Putin and Kim Jong-un's ass. This way they would not attack him. Yeah, he was just we didn't do that one because I quite frankly, I occasionally get bored of his bullshit and it's dead. Yes, yeah. But he has that is the fallback story that they're using that is beyond now either Trump has to ignore that, which since it came out of Don Junior's mouth, he'll probably do like he's done everything. That's ever come out of Don Junior's mouth. But if he had to answer to it in any way, if somebody else that he actually cares about asks him about what Don Junior said, he'll have to deal with the fact that he was bullshitting Putin and bullshitting Xi Jinping and bullshitting Kim Jong-un. And that will fuck up what he thought were future deals. Now, by the way, all the Russian future deals. The Russian future deals that he had that he was sort of, you know, guaranteed or wink wink while he was in office. Are gone. Everybody's Russian deals are gone. Even Deutsche Bank is getting out now. So the story is going to be Trump refinancing his loans in a couple of months, and it's going to be fucked up. And he did this. They just refinanced. They got a $100 million refinance on Trump Tower, basically to pay their fucking bills for a few months. You know, probably through the end of the year on as far as mortgage payments interest only for a while..
The Stuttering John Podcast
"joe carter" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"Is maybe you Nikki B you know, I meant to call you and ask you or you know Benny local, maybe you accidentally blocked her in the chat. You know, and you know, of course, that's not me, 'cause I'm not, I'm not seeing all that going on. But so what I have to do now, I did it with Jill Carter as well. I got to go back in an old show, find CB and then go there's three dots and then you hit it and then it'll say allow this person to chat again. And then I have to hit that and it worked for Joe Carter, so I see it just worked for CB. Now, as far as calling me a liar, has nothing to do with me. I did not block you. You know, I mean, you know, I leave that up to Nicky being in Benny loco. And they do an incredible job, so I'm not, you know, I'm not throwing them under the bus, but there are times and I've done this when I block people. Sometimes, you know, when I used to block people, sometimes you accidentally hit the wrong person, like it happened to that person on Facebook. That has happened. So I'm not, I mean, you know, you know, I've made that mistake. That's why pencils have a racist, okay? Because people make mistakes. So again, CB, I'm sorry that happened, but it was not me, I'm not a lawyer. I pride myself in my honesty. God here. And so I'm sorry that happened to you. But again, it wasn't me. It wasn't me. So, you know, it happens, though. And I understand people getting mad. And frustrated because it is, you know, it is annoying, especially when they were Patreon membrane, the pain to be a member. So I treat all my patrons with the utmost in respect. I appreciate all you support. So I'm sorry that happened to you. So then we watched him McGuire. They didn't. You know, at the end of the movie, and my daughter said it was cute. Like, oh man, I should have should have I should have showed him the others. It was between the others and Jerry Maguire. I figured, but Thanksgiving, it's a happy day. Whatever, you know, let's do it the happy movie, happy ending, you know. But that's what gets us to the topic today about what bugging me about Hollywood. Before I do that, let me just a little bit more of Thanksgiving stuff. So then we had I bought a bunch of candy for dessert. Some vegan chocolate chip cookies..
The Scathing Atheist
"joe carter" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist
"Are you sure it it takes up so much space. Given the way the supreme court is going i feel like i'm gonna get spied on producing so no. Yeah actually that make sense at now headlines from the past already in progress and in by bisexual news a christian has once again tried to explain why gay people exist and until gotham installs that spotlight with our logo that his are bat signal here at the giving atheists so. We're going to talk about it now. The author in question is the editor. The gospel coalition. Joe carter who by the way. It looks like a chia pet trying. It's very best to extract. He weighed in on the latest gallup. Poll that says five point. Six percent of americans now identify as lgbtq as opposed to three point five percent in two thousand twelve. That's right everybody. Nine years two point one percent gayer kneeling two point. One percentage points the group got sixty percent bigger. I wanna use whatever. Phrasing makes joe carter extra work every day person from two thousand twelve is now a gay person. Plus a second gay person with their legs chopped off at mid thigh. And they're coming for you are. They are but guys so weird. It's like how would it got more socially acceptable to be an atheist. There were suddenly more atheists all those people that weren't atheists and believed the christian telling these universally stop believing in god when it became more socially acceptable. That right right then i mean. I think the atheism thing was mostly our podcast. All of us. That was you're welcome. But of course. Joe carter knows the real reason behind this change social contagion way. What yes quote. He'll he'll continue quote social contagion and normalization of homosexuality have combined to make the younger highly susceptible and credulous generations. Believe they should identify as lgbtq. Okay he won't really explain he'll say something. Social contagion is the only adequate explanation for why so many younger people especially women claim to be bisexual or by curious in such a short time. Yeah the only possible excellent. Yeah that tolerance contagion that we created in a chinese lab is finally spreading our planet. And we're only coming together. Yeah i just i. I certainly can't imagine ami other reason that more and more women would find a life devoid of male companionship appealing. Why don't you explain it to us. More joe tell us what the ladies are thinking some more but he does manage to get wrong or it's true. It's not just social contagion. He explains it's also porn. Of course it really listen to this interest. He's got my attention goddesses. This is really that is your key word. That's like alexa to my smart speak. Okay i'd like to save quote for years. The most popular search term for pornography for women has been lesbian. This is a bit of a misnomer. However since most of the porn produced for this category is by women who also produce heterosexual porn..
"joe carter" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"It's monday july. Twenty six twenty twenty one. Squawk pod begins right now. Stand andrew by three to one good morning and welcome. Spock box right here on cnbc. Andros or can. Along with. Joe carter and becky's off today too big market themes this week. We're going to be hearing a lot of earnings and we're going to be hearing from the fed on the corporate front. We're gonna be getting results from tesla that's going to happen after the bell tonight. Other big names on the dock include apple google facebook microsoft and amazon a number of other high profile companies. Also reporting the coming days will be three am boeing. Mcdonald's ford pfizer. Of course the maker of the vaccine and our own parent company comcast. And then there's going to be the federal reserve. The central bank said to kick off its latest policy meeting. That's going to happen tomorrow. No-action no expected but investors will be paying a lot of attention to any mention or even a hint hint. Tiny baby hint joe of whether we're going to be getting a hike. All these amazing how. How much do here for the. I guess i have deja vu and passes quickly but just last week the week before we had the two day testimony and was that last week we took just say that was all right well we were just agonizing over the possibility.
The Scathing Atheist
"joe carter" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist
"Taking the gas pedal. I don't know that's it's on him and finally tonight. It occurs to me that we've been we've been given got really hard time handling for a long. It's like our thing but we never given credit for all the good stuff he's doing so in the interest of you know fair and balanced journalism. I think it's important that we thank the omnipotent creator of universe for all his amazing work with specifically lazy-faire economics ma. So you know. God invented price discovery with his beautiful invisible hand and he deserves a big congratulations and a big hat tip. Also to joe carter the editor of the gospel. Coalition evangelical blogging network forgiving me. This very important insight to talk about is. I like the christians of stopped with the namby-pamby like god. It's the hands assertions shit and now they're just like the idea of money nece is like hey can perform miracles. Well no but he can incentivize them. That's actually creates a stupid fucking so dumb. So here's what. Joe carter had to say about the unsung hero of economics. At the source of that beautiful invisible trickle quote there are intricate and beautiful aspects of god's creative genius that we don't often think about take for instance the price system in its most basic sense. A price is merely a numeric value assigned to a product or service it in all the senses. That's but we say the word me- word but we can also say that price is a signal wrapped in an incentive to be coordinated by god. Can't you can write it on a legal right to say it. Although difficult prices are signals wrapped in a 'nigma 's right you get out of here. Okay continuing one more time. Humans set individual prices. But it was god who designed the price system as a means of coordinating human activity for the purposes of human flourishing and quote. Okay that's said like a man who's never bought diapers or or god hates babies one of the i know i see what he's saying the like without god. How would we even know what a rape victims virginity was worth. That's true right system. it's important. Yeah good stuff. God but how did condiments fit in your probably quarter continued. God knows and cares about what may seem trivial issues. Such as whether you like ketchup on your fries. And he's provided a way for our neighbors to help meet those needs. Heard he's got the whole world.
"joe carter" Discussed on Starting9
"There's there's not another name. I think that players in today's game. I don't know it depends on. How many appreciate the history of the game and but yeah roy. When it comes to arms for the blue jays. Roy halladay is a guy that is front and center front and center so no argument from me on roy halladay. Who's your number two. Oh i mean it's tough not to touch them all. Yeah it's it's of all as it's the only fucking got. I know i know i'm with you. He's my number. two joe. carter has to be number. Two gotta be is even on the list. I don't know that he was even on our list. He what he wasn't on the list. Why is he not on the list because it was it was one hit versus versus a career. Yeah that's like the red sox. Put like dave roberts on their mount rushmore. But honestly like. I don't know and i would have to ask. Maybe we'll even send this tweet out to jays fans but do you can do. I don't know dude. How hard is it to to rushmore. Without joe carter on the fucking mount rushmore. Yeah i because. I mean here in toronto aside from play every day we don't we're fucking series. That was the thing like when we set up the criteria. Not as like are the top. Four wins above replacement leaders and franchise like. We're not like we're when you think blue jays you think x. We think. Roy halladay. We think joe carter and there a number of names that you continue to consider from a like a whole career perspective. Like obviously like roberto alomar. Sorry sorry about it but you're not actually. I don't think we are that sorry. I don't think we are that sorry about it. But roberto elmar is not going to make the list so that opens. I think that's how it happens. Is under normal circumstances if roberto almar hadn't gotten cancelled then that's the joe carter spot but he is canceled. So roberto almar comes down. Now you have. Roy halladay the roberto almar spot goes to joe carter right then. You've got very obviously jose bautista. Joe bats i mean. We've got a lot of emotion built in to this mount rushmore here. Yeah i mean these guys who have had moments like halliday has the career. Joe carter has the moment and i mean it's not like it's not like batista only had the walk off homers. He's you know he's got fifty bombs seasons in toronto he. I think i think you attribute the rebirth of passion for baseball in toronto to jose bautista. I mean you could make the case. And i know that this may even sound blasphemous. Joey bats made baseball more popular in toronto than roy. Halladay did I think that's a fair assessment because that one shining moment. The rogers centre was rocking for jose. Jose batista era more. So and like you know that's more you could turn right around and say that that's more of a team accomplishment because jose bautista is team made it to the postseason whereas roy halladay was awarded. The same opportunity was there. So i think we're discussing the greatness of roy halladay and the greatness of jose in a jays uniform right. That's not what we're talking about here. No we're talking about like moments. Like who i think you know it had roy halladay had better team placed around him. Then he goes out and throws a no hitter in the postseason for the blue jays. Not the phillies. I just think that. I think there's there. There was like a ray bork situation. They roy halladay. Getting traded wasn't like mookie betts like. Oh we need to. We can't pay this guy so let's trade him. It was more like you know what we suck. You still have a lot left in the tank. We want you to go out and try and win a championship. It's not going to happen for you here. So let's get you to a team that can actually you win a championship because we appreciate the loyalty. I'm sure i'm sure roy. Halladay would have loved to have stayed in toronto for his whole career. But they weren't gonna fucking win when when they by the time. The toronto traded roy halladay. They weren't anywhere fucking close to contending for a championship. so yeah i yeah holiday carter bautista. You've got holiday. Carter and joe bats and we've got some guys left here that that that needs to be in this conversation here. Tony fernandez rest in peace. Mr beyond is debuted. With jay's what in eighty three played with them through nineteen ninety and then i think rejoined the club again. Ninety eight ninety nine maybe three time all star four time gold. Glove winner the let. Mlb in triples thing in nineteen ninety does does he have hits all time for the toronto blue jays. See the all time hits leader. Say but you've got since you've got tony fernandez. What about a guy. Like carlos. Delgado i mean us. Delgado delgado is online. I mean carlos delgado was also got my fourth was a force offensive. War number one. Slugging percentage number one opie s number. One games played with tony fernandez and hits like you said runs. Scored delgado played appearances. Delgado total basis delgado doubles delgado home. Runs delgado delgado.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"joe carter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Happening. The latest coronavirus update from the state Department of Public Health Shows the seven day average positivity rate at 3.16% more from WBZ is Carl Stevens for the second day in a row. There are 74 new covert related deaths in the Commonwealth. That's according to the latest update from the state Department of Public Health, bringing the pandemic death toll in Massachusetts to 14,563. But other numbers in this report are moving in a more positive direction with hospitalizations and a little more than 1500 estimated active cases that below 60,000 at lows for the year. There are 322 patients and ICUs. Nearly 200 are intubated and there are nearly 3000 newly reported cases of the virus in the Commonwealth. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio, The state on Monday will be increasing capacity limits on businesses from 25% to 40%. Boston Mayor Marty Walz says, Given the improvement of the number of Kobe cases and the city's positivity rate over the past few weeks, the city will also allow a 40% business capacity. However, Somerville Mayor Joe Carter Tony says his city will not be following suit instead remaining at the 25% limit for businesses almost past year. We've been delivering in diligent and methodical, the mid line on science and expertise and data to keep our community safety people healthy, not Standing, really the last minute announcements and almost like a declaration of mission accomplished heading into Super Bowl weekend of allowing capacity to establish the increase. We're just talking about that lawmakers on Beacon Hill are considering new proposal that would require the state to provide pre registration for the covert vaccine. The bill was filed by state Senator Diana Desire Cleo from doing. It comes amid frustration about the state's vaccine rollout, especially the website, where residents have had to wait hours to make an appointment. Meanwhile, the state has set up a covert vaccine hotline for those 75 older who are having problems with the state's website. We'll hear from Governor Charlie Baker on this in a few minutes. Charter bus company Yankee Line is in talks with a number of states and federal officials to serve as rolling vaccine clinics. Here's WBC's Karen Regal. Ah, big problem with the vaccine rollout is getting shots into people's arms charter bus is haven't had much to do during this pandemic and with its fleet Idol, Boston based Yankee Line is turning its Busses into 80, a compliant rolling clinics. Complete with private areas with patients to be treated and refrigeration and dry ice Yankee lines might cost a tells me the maintenance crew went right to work on, but each one of these losses in a day so within 2020 foods, doing that amount of work over 20 times them and actually get these athletes rolling. Very quickly. We're not just talking Boston. We're not just talking to England. This is poised to be a nationwide effort involving multiple private bus companies. Cameron Regal WBZ.
"joe carter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And awful and made even worse because of the pandemic just swirling in this entire situation. It has nothing to do with covert 19, but The hospital staff it IU and Community North Hospital say they have helped this woman every step of the way starting when she was first diagnosed three years ago with a newborn baby. She's the sweetest girl in the world. That's Joe Carter talking about his wife, Kay To three years ago, she was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer called Inflammatory. Inflammatory breast cancer. The start of the Carter family needing Ah, lot of help the hospital staff were there, including two nurses who donated their breast milk to feed her baby. It was thousands of ounces of breast milk. Now it's 2021. The cancer is back and spread to her brain. Data. Carter is nearing end of life care. Now there's been lots of Lots of tears for the last three years. You know from the initial diagnosis, but there's a pandemic going on making an impossible situation Even worse, Her husband says she can't have consistent visitors and she's treated by staff exhausted from the covert wing. But in big little ways, the staff for helping this family breaking protocol to allow family gatherings in her room, reading her mail to her out loud going out of their way to keep them updated. The generosity of training has never ceases to amaze me. It's lead Joe Carter to conclude Just patients with everybody in health care. They're stretched thin and the experience that I'm getting Is that they're doing everything that they can possibly do. Data. Carter is currently at IU Health Methodists and recently saw her parents and her husband in person. Her three kids are waiting for their turn. Now you can read more about her story and find a fundraiser for her on wish. TV com Scott Drew. Thank you, Brenda. It's 5 36 now happening today of virtual discussion about the presidential inauguration through Butler University. The school holds a series of conversations called the Brave Dialogues. The Goal is for students to hear perspectives and learned to have civil discourse with differing opinions. Marcos Navarro Garcia is attending today He is a so called dreamer. He hopes Biden's election means ending debate over the deferred action for childhood arrivals program. Considering how much Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have, you know, stated that there on the side of us there they are all for the undocumented immigrant community. I really hope that they look to be bold enough to change that by the faith you played. Butler staff says the brave dialogues give students safe spaces to talk. Former President Donald Trump did uphold one of our Garay Shin Day tradition. Leaving a letter for his successor, CNN reports. A Trump aide described it as a personal note praying for the country's.
"joe carter" Discussed on Reformgelical
"And so that's my only one thing that i've learned this year That you need to take responsibility. And kansas trust other people take for you do we have against no Yeah my son came to say goodnight. But he's he's gone. So yeah no i agree i agree and i think i honestly i don't think you're gonna get hate mail because i do think that the people that i will at least the people that i've talked to that like you they recognize this. That it's like okay so if it's not real it's definitely a sigh up in a very effective one and i don't think that i don't think that's out of their minds at all. I don't think that that's like no way. There's no way look. Then that's how they are. That's other presented by people like joe carter. But it's not it's not real. That's that's fake. Joe carter tells you is ally. It's not true right absolutely right all right more questions. Somebody said they want an answer to a question. Thirty seven minutes ago. That's going to be tough. could your take. can you just repeat it. I'm like scrolling up. But i can't even find anything from you but it's easily could be. You know yeah easily could be the app and let me tell you. It's hard to talk and carry a conversation scrolling through read so it's not personal. I'm still looking but if you repeat it we'll get all right. I'll answer for both of you. Yes to both. that's funny. I don't even know what it is but there you go. We have someone saying jason yes to both q. Is pronounced like q. Q. u. e. k. k. Is that really kane on no no tons of great believers were there. We were praying over one another. They prayed over. Our baby preached against lgbt algebris an abortion without compromise. I think they're talking about So they're they're they're talking about the the the protest fo cats seriously there were. The gospel was preached at a lot of these protests. Church out other church okay but protesters. I'm sorry it's hard to follow this. He said i went to one and dude. My church has been closed this whole pandemic it was so encouraging he went to like a real church. That was open and his reform church has been closed this whole pandemic so he was so encouraged to be at a non reforms that was actually willing to meet when the reform i wasn't so he was just saying it was a great church and yeah man good. Good that you've found one that's amazing. Yeah i think that's important. Yeah and i mean i'm going to a presbyterian church is a baptist right now just for that very reason. Okay okay okay. Let's hear it seems that there's no fight left. I see some politicians with grit but it appears to me. The majority of conservative leaders aren't strongmen. I'm impressed by matt gates. Do you think god will raise up more men like gates or will we get more men like pence. I don't answer if you don't want to. I know i will i. I don't necessarily believe that matt gaetz is who he is portraying himself to be yet. Not saying he isn't it don't buy..
Scoops with Danny Mac
"joe carter" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Be real. That did that did. Come out of nowhere to to a certain extent so i i do think george binghamton and what he is as an nhl goal. Let's say for the next five years. I do think that's still a bit of an unknown. I mean you know he can be really really good but also goaltending is so weird in the nhl. You see guys who are great and they fall off a bit. You see guys who are onto contracts. Like a brian elliott all of a sudden become an all star. So i do think what would jordan venison can do the next five years or something. I'm i'm looking at it. And that's why they signed him to that two year bridge contract because he wasn't this established guy that i put up side seasons of great numbers. He had one unbelievable season. That everybody in saint louis will never forget but also can you give a guy a five or six years huge contract after a fifty game regular season a really great two months of the of the post seat so you know he also has to prove it to get his big deal. But it's hard to take you set the bar so high Torry holt's talked about this just in terms of the team. He was a rookie. Ninety nine in the rams. Have this incredible run win the super bowl and he's like you know from a team standpoint this kind of that's hard to match and forbidding as a rookie year like the story of the league. It's almost it's cool. Everybody would take it a thousand times. You would want that on your resume too but you know what i'm saying. He'll always be compared to himself. And it's almost impossible to live up to that standard absolutely and you know what i'm distracted right now because i'm so mad at myself because i'm looking at one guzman and you're absolutely right and sixty six everywhere and i see joe carter twenty nine. And that's why. When roger clemens said that i.
"joe carter" Discussed on KTOK
"Time of charitable giving Joe bring us back up to state up to speed on what the Oklahoma City Community Foundation actually is. Well. The community foundation was formed 50 years ago, 51 years ago By John Kirkpatrick and Others with a vision of really providing the community a place for and we'll just say sustainability for the nonprofit sector he believed in endowment and essentially what an endowment is. It's a permanent fund that provides an annual distribution. Um, you know, In our case, it's a 5% distribution back out into the community, and so he really challenged the leadership in the community and those in the nonprofit sector. To consider. You know the rainy day fund if you will, Mr Growing endowment. Which there again, They didn't have to have a golf tournament or Ah or ah, you know, rubber chicken event or something of that nature that each and every year they would receive a distribution off of that. In Dama, which would hopefully sustain them well into the future. So that was kind of the premise behind the community foundation. When it it got its start was all based on that sustainability. But over time is tax laws changed and And various things happened. We became a very donor centered organization in which we work with donors to carry out their philanthropic desires. Um And often times that is through what we call legacy gifts or something of that nature. Where They can establish a fund and then provide support for their favorite passions and causes well into the future. Um, so that's played very well and then You know, prior to the bombing, we did a little bit. In the scholarship space. But after that, that opened up a whole new arena of of understanding how to provide scholarships for folks and the best efficient manner. And now we're the state's largest provider of independent scholarships. Meeting that donors come in, and we work with them on putting a scholarship in place that really achieves what they're trying to accomplish with a scholarship and then our trusty scholarship. Initiative also, um Look at first generation students, the foster care students and then just the everyday good student. Maybe not the four point student that that student between the three point Three and a 3.73 point eight It's actively involved in the community actively involved, maybe in their church. Really just good citizens that we manage an awful lot of scholarships. So we sent about $2.5 million in scholarship support out each and every year to the community. Our chairs, organizations that we manage. We manage about 375 charitable organizations, endowment funds. So that generates another $9 million annually back into the community. And then just what our donors come in and do through their own funds. And what have you generates? You know another 20 to $25 million Back into the charitable organizations, so It's ah, we don't fundraise per se. We actually just organizations, families and individuals on Of meeting their shared one tip. And Joe. I wanted to ask you about the relationship between the Oklahoma City Community Foundation and the bombing. Can can you bring us up to speed on that? Because I know that's a big part of the organization. At least it was once upon a time. Well, it was in the beginning. I mean the situation where you know funds, flu, came into the state into the governor's office and came into the mayor's office to support that effort Initiative and And they kind of turned to us to leave the way and support that. So for many years, we've been able to do that through the Survivor initiative and and also through some of the scholarship initiatives, but That's that's kind of wound down now, after years and years of support, So, uh, you know, we still provide ongoing support for some of those individuals. For the most part, That initiative is wound down, but that's a great example of the community foundation stepping up in time of need, and that's why I brought it up because I realized you know that most of those most of those beneficiaries have have either aged out or moved on. Into a more productive life, but probably wouldn't wouldn't be able to without Oklahoma City Community Foundation. Right, And that was in there again. It was It was donors from around the country and around the world really, that that assisted in that effort, so and then the last thing I'd say we do that probably doesn't get a lot of credit and didn't get in on it. Notoriety is Some of our end restricted dollars that we've had come in over the years. We do various projects within the community that Ah, lot of times. People don't realize that we're the ones behind that move our most recent effort. It just took place over the last month or so was an initiative that we came up with for re bloom A and we essentially passed out 65,000 daffodil bulbs, toe organizations and neighborhoods and And things like that to try to bring a least a little bit of sunshine and color to the spring after this somewhat gloomy, gloomy passes over the left You know, since Code words hit so that in our in our Cove, a disaster relief fund that was put in play there again, largely driven by donors who wanted to see us. Put a fund in place to support organizations that were catering to those Either on the front lines or You know other charities that were servicing folks that were direct result of covert tragedy. So, um, that that took a lot of effort on this last year, we were able to do some good work and then Because of some of the other donors that step forward. I think we may have been the only disaster relief find in the entire United States that had a division here mark solely for animals, So a lot of people don't think about animals in this particular time. But A lot of charities have have struggled on funding from their donors. Ah, lot of people have had Tonto, you know, go by the wayside as far as it goes pet health and things of that nature. So we were able to provide grants for shelters that were kind of overrun by pets. All of a sudden, or organizations that we're running low on food, support and shelter support. We were able to provide assistance. Some of those organizations so Had a unique but there again, it was AH, donor driven initiative. Joe Carter, vice president of development with Oklahoma City Community Foundation. I know this time of year..
State Sen. Jill Carter running for Cummings' seat in Baltimore
"The race for the next mayor of Baltimore heating up former Baltimore police in Baltimore county spokesperson TJ Smith announces mayoral campaign this morning his slogan appears to be think different and he says he's running to give back to the city he loves state senator Joe Carter pondering a run to fill the late congressman Elijah Cummings see this morning Carter announced her exploratory committee for Maryland seventh congressional district she's the first to announce a run one day after governor Larry Hogan announced a special election