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PNC to buy US unit of Spain's BBVA bank for $11.6 billion

Joel Riley

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

PNC to buy US unit of Spain's BBVA bank for $11.6 billion

"PNC Bank is about to become the nation's largest regional bank after agreeing to buy the U. S operations of a lender based in Spain. The price tag here is $11.6 billion Regional lenders have been looking to bulk up is larger rivals like JP Morgan Chase and Bank of America, expand their digital offerings and move in two more states.

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Hundreds of murder hornets destroyed in US near Seattle

Joel Riley

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Hundreds of murder hornets destroyed in US near Seattle

"Are estimating there were around 200 potential Queen Hornets in the murder Hornet Nest destroyed in Washington state last month. Scientists say the Asian giant Hornet Nest had Queens it could have emerged at any time. Dozens of other Queens had already left the nest.

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Trump says Defense Secretary Mark Esper has been 'terminated'

Joel Riley

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Trump says Defense Secretary Mark Esper has been 'terminated'

"Has fired a senior member of his Cabinet. President Trump announced on Twitter that he fired his defense secretary, writing quote Mark Esper has been terminated. I would like to thank him for his service, the president says. Christopher Miller, the director of the National Counter Terrorism Center, will now service acting defense secretary Back in June. Esper disagreed with the president on the issue of calling up active duty U. S troops. To deploy two American cities to quell unrest. The president wanted to do that, Esper said. That should only happen as a last resort in the most urgent and dire of situations. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington

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Covid: Have we finally got a coronavirus vaccine?

Joel Riley

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Covid: Have we finally got a coronavirus vaccine?

"News of a covert 19 vaccine that's 90%, effective in human trials is very exciting, Rutgers University professor of medicine Dr Bob Wahida tells Fox News. Developing a vaccine like this, and just 10 months is really amazing. And right now we're looking at an authorization and emergency use authorization, which will be available, I presume by next week they're saying the third week of November The end of 2020 five's expects to have 20 million doses. Dr. Lahiri notes the drugmakers ramping up production with a goal of 1.3 billion doses by 2021 when the vaccine should be available to everybody, Dr Anthony found, she

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More than 100,000 coronavirus cases reported in the U.S. in one day

Joel Riley

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

More than 100,000 coronavirus cases reported in the U.S. in one day

"Recorded nearly 103,000 103,000 new new coronavirus coronavirus cases cases in in the the U. U. S S Wednesday, Wednesday, the the highest highest total total for for one one day day since since the the start start of of the the pandemic. pandemic. Lately, Lately, infections infections are are spiking spiking in in nearly nearly every every state, state, most most pronounced pronounced in in the the Midwest Midwest and and Southwest. Southwest. Serious Serious cases cases are are also also on on the the rise. rise. Hospitals Hospitals in in multiple multiple states states are are feeling feeling the the strain strain as as the the number number of of patients patients continues continues to to increase. increase. And this time it's not a shortage of personal protective equipment officials are worried about. It's a lack of health care workers abroad

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Ohio shatters early voting records: 3.4 million have cast ballots

Joel Riley

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Ohio shatters early voting records: 3.4 million have cast ballots

"Of State Frank Larose is 3.4 million voters already cancer absentee ballots or voted early as of two o'clock on Monday. Ohio's early voting total is 180% of the previous early vote record and equals 60% of the total number of votes cast in the entire 2016 general election. Over two million absentee ballots have been returned to county Board of Boards of elections in Ohio, and them was just over 1.1 million in 2016 President Trump

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How to stay safe while voting during a pandemic

Joel Riley

01:00 min | 1 year ago

How to stay safe while voting during a pandemic

"Election day is finally here and now it's all about in person voting. But with the Corona virus cases rising across much of the country, many voters are understandably nervous. Some tips for staying safe from NBC's Vicky Win the CDC already warning in person. Voting locations have the potential to serve his mass gathering events if safety guidelines aren't followed. So how can you stay safe while casting your ballot in person? Do your homework before you live, try to find a sample ballot online to be familiar with it. The goal is to be in and out of that polling place as quickly as possible. Before you head out the door. Don't forget your face mask their required at most polling locations across the country and make sure if it's a cloth mask that has two layers of protection, carry hand sanitizer, a pen and a pencil with an eraser to and be prepared. In case you have to wait in line. Make sure you bring your own water and Also keep your voice down in the polling place, the CDC says. The primary way the virus spreads is through respiratory droplets and talking generates farm or aerosols than

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College Football Playoff Review

Joel Riley

01:58 min | 1 year ago

College Football Playoff Review

"We know is a big game for the Buckeyes tomorrow at Penn State 7 30 kick You met Bill start coverage at 50 clock right here, And it's impossible to talk about the Buckeyes without focusing in on Justin Fields. I mean, the guy just gets it done. He was 20 for 21 last week. 278 yards, two touchdowns. Ah, means far is carrying the ball another touchdown in 54 yards, so guy gets it done Gets it done gets it done. Yeah, he's elite and you've gotta have players like this make big plays in big games. And if you start looking at Ohio State schedule, they certainly knew that this was one of those that they would circle on. The schedule is being a big game. Whether or not there's fans and their stadium or not, and we've talked all week about the fact that the Penn State environment when they're able to do the white out over there is probably a special As anything in college football and, you know, going over there and not having that crowd noise and having that impact is certainly going to be different. But when you You know, time comes and it's ready to play football. It's it's talent versus talent and his teams that make mistakes versus teams that don't make mistakes. And Justin Fields has got to go over there and be absolutely perfect well, and you can talk to about Penn State. I mean their own one right now but statistically against Indiana It wasn't even close, and then they put up good numbers. Their offense definitely had output. In fact, when you look at total yards, it's almost a dead heat. When we put up for 91 Penn State put up for 88. Yeah. You know what's interesting, though Joel is that they had three turnovers and they had a 10 penalties. I think in that game, they made so many mistakes that they didn't even deserve to win the game, and we can get into all of the bad coaching decisions and clock management at the end of that football game. But the bottom line is you've got to be perfect in all phases of the game and Penn State, though you know, able to put up a lot of yards made a lot of mistakes in their first game, Okay, so mistakes Is what ate him up.

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Philadelphia Protest: Looting, Vandalism Marks Second Night of Unrest

Joel Riley

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Philadelphia Protest: Looting, Vandalism Marks Second Night of Unrest

"Night of unrest, And I guess that's an understatement when you see people busting stuff up, injuring police and looting ad nauseum in Philadelphia. But that's how it's being described the second night of unrest in Philadelphia day after the fatal police shooting of a black man who police say refused to drop the knife. Philadelphia Police Department increased its presence across the city in anticipation for the displays of civil unrest. Some stores looted Governor Tom Wolfe mobilize the state National Guard to assist local agency

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Britney Spears' dad Jamie challenges singer's lawyer for speaking on her behalf

Joel Riley

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Britney Spears' dad Jamie challenges singer's lawyer for speaking on her behalf

"Is going after her lawyer, Jamie Spears found new legal documents in Britney's ongoing conservatorship case, which fire back at her attorney, Sam Ingham. Ingham recently compared the pop star to a comatose patient who lacks the capacity. To sign declarations. Jamie claims and um, does not have the unlimited authority to be Britney's exclusive voice. Guitar center

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Britney Spears' dad Jamie challenges singer's lawyer for speaking on her behalf

Joel Riley

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Britney Spears' dad Jamie challenges singer's lawyer for speaking on her behalf

"Is going after her lawyer, Jamie Spears found new legal documents in Britney's ongoing conservatorship case, which fire back at her attorney, Sam Ingham. Ingham recently compared the pop star to a comatose patient who lacks the capacity. To sign declarations. Jamie claims and um, does not have the unlimited authority to be Britney's exclusive voice. Guitar center

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Taylor Swift’s ‘Folklore’ Becomes First Million-Selling Album of 2020 in U.S.`

Joel Riley

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Taylor Swift’s ‘Folklore’ Becomes First Million-Selling Album of 2020 in U.S.`

"Taylor Swift Folklore is the first million selling album of the year. The record has returned to the top spot on the Billboard 200 short for an eight non consecutive week. It's total album sales have already jumped past a million Swiss Last album Lover was the on Ly album to sell a million copies in the U. S in 2019. Actress

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World Series: Tampa Bay Rays Tie Series 1-1 With 6-4 Win Over Los Angeles Dodgers

Joel Riley

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

World Series: Tampa Bay Rays Tie Series 1-1 With 6-4 Win Over Los Angeles Dodgers

"World Series now tied up 11. Yeah, it's all I think it's going to be a long Siri's ideo there. They've been the two best teams. In this shortened season, and I just I didn't see one of the other team running away with it. But, yeah, Brandon Lowe is a second baseman. And I mean for those that are really into the intricacies of baseball. Hey, hey, had two home runs yesterday to the opposite field, You know, typically right hand hitters that it's a left. Left hand hitters hit it too right? He added to the opposite field, two home runs, and whoever the geeks are that explores such things. It's the first time in World Series history Somebody has hit two opposite field home runs in the same game. Boom, and, you know,

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Trump walks out of "60 Minutes" interview

Joel Riley

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Trump walks out of "60 Minutes" interview

"CBS's Lesley Stahl. He sat down with her for 60 Minutes interview ended abruptly after 45 minutes, got up, walked out didn't come back for a scheduled walk and talk with her and Mike Pence. Then the president posted a photo of stall without a mask. CBS saying Well, she briefly took it off after the interview while chatting with colleagues have been tested for covert 19. Then came the tweet. I'm considering posting my interview with Leslie Stahl of 60 minutes prior to air time is what we don't Everybody get a glimpse of what a fake interview is all about. A source familiar with the session told The Washington Post that they talked about Corona virus. Anthony Fauci Trump's attacks on Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, and that stall pushed back on the hunter Biden allegations The White House had taped it so they could put it up. But of White House staffer told the Post. It was not that bad. He just didn't like her tone. He does post it probably boost 60 minutes ratings with your media minute. Howie

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Democrats to boycott Barrett vote, Senate GOP pushes ahead

Joel Riley

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Democrats to boycott Barrett vote, Senate GOP pushes ahead

"Afternoon. Republicans running the Senate Judiciary Committee have pushed up the vote on any Cockney Barrett Supreme Court nomination will now vote on whether to advance Amy Cockney barrettes nomination shortly after 9 A.m. when the committee convenes on Thursday. Change comes in response to Senate Judiciary Democrats who said they plan on boycotting the vote and in their chairs will be poster sized pictures of Americans that they say will be crushed by Barrett, potentially casting the deciding vote on the affordable Care act. ABC is Mark

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Ballot drop box fire prompts investigation for suspected arson

Joel Riley

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Ballot drop box fire prompts investigation for suspected arson

"The Los Angeles County Fire Department says the fire inside of ballot drop boxes under investigation crews extinguished the flames inside these secure drop box outside the Baldwin Park Library Sunday night. Arson investigators are now handling the case. It's not clear what started the fire. No suspects are in custody. There are reports multiple ballots were damaged

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01:44 min | 1 year ago

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"Dateline were used to spending months or even years pursuing a story. We've learned a lot along the way. So we thought we'd share and let you in on a few things. A friend of mine who's a homicide detective says all murders Khun B. Chucked up Tio either love, money or pride. And this mystery would be no exception. Was it love? I think we were head over heels for one another. Money. Over the years, he had accumulated hundreds of thousands of dollars in his account. He didn't miss an angle. Didi. No, sir. There was a pattern or pride. It's just a man's pride being walked all over. That was his eagle that she stepped all over. This is a tale so twisted it would take not just one murder but two for the killer's motive to come. The light. I'm Josh Mankowitz. I've been reporting here on Dateline for more than 25 years. And this This is motive for murder. A new podcast from Dateline, Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio at number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in 1 50 it is 10 away from six Joel Riley NewsRadio 6 10 W T. The end turned update traffic and weather together and back with us. Bouncy in a step I'm sure because he had a week off last week got some extra rest. Two extra rest is a beautiful thing is it is It is of what I had forgotten all about that. I wondered what it felt like to sleep till at least six. Or five till well, we expect you to be extra good today because of all that. I know my OK to 70 South.

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Final day of Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation hearings

Joel Riley

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Final day of Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation hearings

"Today's the last day of the Amy Cockney Barrett Supreme Court confirmation hearings. The meeting of the Senate Judiciary Committee will begin at the top of the hour. The 48 year old conservative judge was nominated by President Trump to fill the seat of the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg and is expected to be confirmed by the GOP controlled Senate.

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Small gatherings causing new COVID-19 infections, CDC director warns

Joel Riley

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Small gatherings causing new COVID-19 infections, CDC director warns

"Three dozen states report increasing Corona virus cases as more Americans are winding up in the hospital during a conference call with the nation's governors Tuesday, CDC CDC director director Robert Robert Redfield's Redfield's the the rising rising threat threat of of spreading spreading infections infections coming coming through through small small household household gatherings gatherings born born with with Thanksgiving Thanksgiving just just six six weeks weeks away, away, it's it's important important to to maintain maintain when when he he called called a a quote, quote, high high degree degree of of vigilance vigilance in in the the household household setting setting unquote. unquote.

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05:52 min | 2 years ago

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"Big Story with Joel Riley on 6 10 w TVs, 7 38 Big story in Ohio. Of course, the Larry Householder bribery charge. Sierra Lucas from ABC, six is following the story this morning. So Sierra. Tell me. What do we know about Larry Householder and those bribery charges right now. So what? Really digging into this morning as this develops, is who exactly are involved in this case and the charges that their faith thing So we know really the main character here being speaker Larry how older But then he has forced associates who have also been arrested. For racketeering. They're all facing charges for racketeering. And these five men that are facing those charges. They're all under the enterprise that you know was now called generation. Now with the F B I calling this bogus nonprofit was a 50 once before, and that was used in this alleged vessel for the nearly $61 million that was received. Um, for how bill that was labeled as the clean air and this This is the biggest bribery case in Ohio history. Do we know that? Yes, it is. The FBI is calling this the largest bribery and money laundering scheme in state history. Okay, So when you look at that I see Mr Household is going to be back in court on August, the sixth But it seems I mean this. This is not going to play out quickly. This is going to take some time to kind of sort out, don't you think? Right, right, And we're told that there's actually still an ongoing investigation. This isn't at all closed. The FBI says there could be more arrests on the way so we're expecting there could be some nervous people of the State house that are wondering if their names are going to be called out. We all got this information yesterday and are kind of just waiting to see one unfolds because there's there's a lot of layers to this Sierra Lucas with ABC News our guest to talk in the bribery charges against House Speaker Larry Householder Sierra at this point, do we know that that 60 million In alleged bride money. Do we know what it was used for? I mean, is this you know, I spend it on myself. I used it to get re elected. I took care of friends. We have any idea where that money went? So how was broken down for us in this criminal complaint was that some of it was personal use. Some of it was used towards ads that looks like the money was spread out a bit, but there is a good chunk. They say Larry Householder did use for himself. They're estimating about half a $1,000,000 used for personal use, And when you look at it, it's Larry Householder and then four other men. We expect Mr Householder to be in court. Early next month. Do we have any sense of when the other man they're going to be sitting in front of judge that I'm not sort of? But those just declare if I who those other four people, those four Sofia fell of him, all of them that worked with him for generation. Now, one of them included the political strategist and longtime campaign adviser was Jeffrey. Long stress a cz well as Just lift out those other people that he had. There was the former chairman of the Ohio, Ohio Republican Party that was lobbyist Matt Borjan. The previous budget director for the Ohio Republican Caucus, that lobbyist Neil Clarke. And then we also had wants to be that who was working government relations and consulting all five of them three of them, lobbyist one House speaker Larry how folder and then his political strategist. So all of them in this group together under the umbrella of generation Now, which we now know it was really just a shield for a quid pro quo. Politics? Yeah, and generation. Now you say it was. Ah, 501 c four. You know, I've heard of the dark Web. I guess I've never heard of a dark money group on that. That's a thing now, right? I guess it is. I would agree that the first time I've heard of that as well. But it was a good field in the cover. Get those sons. Yeah, well and again above board enough that people are aware of it. I mean, it is sanctioned, I guess is a 501 c four. But you know the shadowy enough that they were able to put that money and had that money in there For like, what? 34 years? Yeah, Exactly. Now we're told that this investigation started a little over a year ago. And now they're just releasing those details of the criminal complaint against them. But like you said, we won't know just how long this goes and if there could be more rest on the way with who's involved. It could be more okay. I got to Sierra Lucas there with ABC six. Up to date on the householder bribery allegations that that generation now the 501 c four. Apparently, they didn't have to disclose donors free of regulation by the Federal Election Commission. On. Apparently they were supposed to focus efforts on social welfare. Not supposed to financially benefit a shareholder or individual or engaged primarily in political activity or campaign according to the way they set it up in recorded conversations referenced in court documents. Neil Clarke, who's one of the five men included in Tuesday's criminal complaint noted the secret nature of the nonprofit, he said, Nobody knows the money goes to the speakers account. It is controlled by his people, one of his people And it's not recorded. So when you talk about dark money, I think that's the definition of dark money right there. Of course, we'll keep you up to date through the day on these radio 16 w TVs, sports Well, the crew remained perfect at the MLS is back tournament down Orlando after a one Nothing win last night over Atlanta over Atlanta, Eunice Muktar with the only goal of imagine the 18th minute For the crew, who dominated in the first half hour, then kind of just hung on in the second half, says coach Caleb Porter. Second half. I thought we meant we didn't break.

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06:04 min | 2 years ago

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"Ten WTVN seven thirty six Matt accordion for Joel Riley this morning I mentioned a couple of times this morning and did it last half hour but the I don't know suspicion there's there's several ports out about some senators that may have been involved with some coracle coronavirus insider trading and the the headliners in this because of the dollar amounts that were involved R. Richard Burr of North Carolina who's the intelligence committee chairman and Kelly Loeffler she's out of Georgia and her husband is out of the chair and CEO of the New York Stock Exchange but they're not the only two they're they've they're most prominently mentioned in some of these reports as a dumping a bunch of stock after having meetings about the coronavirus and what the effect could be on the United States in you know January February and then suddenly they sell a bunch of their stock anticipating this even though the public meshes it was Hey we got this under control things like that but it's a reach is just to be clear it reaches both sides of the aisle because one of the more well known centers out there are from California Dianne Feinstein she's also one of the ones that is involved in this and there's again I want to be clear they may not have done anything wrong it's just a report an investigation that's out there that it is suspicious they had all the sudden the senators are dumping stock after they get an intelligence briefing about what could be had for the corona virus so in a lot of people are worried about their finances now earlier this morning you may have missed it but we have Greg Taylor legacy retirement group on talking about Hey you know people planning for their retirement what do you do with your four oh one K.'s one of the things that was interesting when I was talking to I asked Greg even though the market is down and it is falling is this actually a good good time to think about investing absolutely is absolutely going to be a good time for people to think about why not I don't think we're quite at the bottom yeah I really don't I think we're gonna see more downturn before it's all said and done but if you look I mean there's various stocks out there Disney went below ninety dollars a share this week and other other companies that we really look at the these are pretty solid only they really get down and dropped it I think this is going to be a great buying opportunity for many that are very patient yeah patience is the key that Greg talked about for a lot of us because you know what you're going to drive yourself crazy and it's going to be painful man I it when the next time you get your quarterly report for your four one case I am tempted to not even look at it because you know what you know what the news is you know you've lost a lot of money but you know we got through the financial disaster oh wait oh nine and we'll get through this is just the uncertainty of it is difficult and businesses we have Jay Ratliff on our aviation expert about an hour ago talk about maybe half of the airlines having to fold because of this now there's talk of bailouts and things like that but if there's you know as he said how long is this going to last and you need passengers to make the airlines viable and if people are gonna be traveling the one good thing one tip talk about buying now because stocks are low the one thing Jay Ratliff said if you miss that interview is that if you're looking ahead to next thanksgiving Christmas and things like that of traveling now we don't know how long this is gonna last but if we are assuming that it's going to be over by now by then and it's going to be safe to travel he said right now there are actually some great deals great deals for you know months down the road from some of the airlines so something to keep in mind as we try to work our way through the seven forty six PM traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tens ten star heating cooling products is our sponsor and and Darling has our traffic and still dealing with flooding on our roadways on the south side two lanes are blocked on seventy one north bound between two seventy one oh four on the flipside seventy one south bound that is backed up due to an accident that you a sixty two year grown road that remains closed between Tanglewood and Nike drive due to flooding this report is brought you by Oakland nursery eighty years ago Gus Reiner had a dream to operate the best dumbbell nursery in central Ohio that's a quarter of a dream that blossomed into Oakland nursery through three generations Oakland nursery is persevered in their commitment to quality celebrate eighty years of excellence at opener Siri tropical weather every ten minutes on the tens of power by Tim starring classic care more topic you can trust in ten minutes I ma'am Darling on newsradio six ten WTVN and your A. B. C. six first warning weather it is a service of the basement doctor scattered showers and storms will be seventy the high today clouds decrease and void as it gets colder the front comes through and for the overnight low is going to be all the way down to thirty one and then tomorrow much different day the good news it'll be dry partly cloudy but it's going to be chilly just forty two partly cloudy rain late on Sunday and forty seven and then Monday fifty two Tuesday fifty six Wednesday sixty chance of rain all three of those days with partly cloudy skies we currently have sixty three degrees in New Albany also sixty three and your severe weather station newsradio six ten WTVN four X. well Buckeye point guard DJ carton is moving on from Ohio state carton the highest rated recruit in Chris Holtmann's freshman class of last year stepped away from the team as you well know if you follow the Buckeyes.

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04:05 min | 2 years ago

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"Ten WTVN six or seven men accordion for Joel Riley this morning thanks for getting up with us as and a happy St Patrick's day almost forget about that because everything we're dealing with and feel awful for the bars and restaurants around town but this is usually such a busy day again seven o'clock hour we're gonna spend some time talking with Greg Barker who is the president of the Ohio restaurant association just with what they're dealing with interesting last night I had my final basketball box line of the year if you missed it all posted to the it's on our podcast page of your Buckeye basketball fan but twenty white was in here we were obviously we talk basketball but we also just talked about the surreal situation that we're in and Tony he works in a law office and he mentioned that he and some of his partners have kind of made a pledge to find a mom and pop restaurant that you know they have gone to before or maybe they haven't gone to before but just find one and you know once twice maybe three times a week or whatever pick a different one and order carry out from them a lot of people online to talk about buying gift cards so it is it is a difficult time and on a day like this where the green beer would be pouring a you really think about and feel for the restaurant and bar owners and and it's not just an Ohio man it's happening everywhere I heard Jeff Ballenger talk about the order in New York and I know windy and made that order yesterday and everything just carry out it's happening pretty much all over the country I guess if I'm looking for like positives on this and it's hard to find him right now but there is a sense of coming together and just a quick story to in gay Hannah there was on social media a thread going out because kids have nothing to do and they're going to have nothing to do for an extended period of time they are going to start getting some school work of course that they're going to work on but none the less they're kind of stir crazy they can't really get together because they are worried about the spread of coronavirus but somebody started a thread and and my daughter made one last night to have a Saint Patrick's day scavenger hunt for kids and get Hannah they're asking people to make a Shamrock and like put it on your window or something like that and so kids can walk through the neighborhood and how many Shamrocks can you find so that's kind of cool my kids are actually you know planning meals to go outside and play lacrosse in the neighborhood today I mean I can't remember the last time that happened but a few my daughter played lacrosse and if you over teammates live in the neighborhood they're going to go out to academy park and throw a little cross ball around and when I left to do basketball box line last night it was around six o'clock or so I saw two kids in my neighborhood tossing a frisbee I can't remember the last time I saw kids tossing a frisbee I know there's ultimate frisbee and people go to parks and play it but in neighborhoods I don't remember the last time I saw that so maybe there is I'm reaching but maybe there is some good people getting outside exercising because you gotta fight you know I guess you can sit in front of the TV is it from your phone all day but you need to get outside and especially you know it's starting to warm up obviously social distancing physical distancing and don't have too many people together at once I get all that but also get outside man we can't we're gonna drive ourselves crazy we do that so maybe those were a few things that I noticed that maybe were a a positive sign watch positive signs in terms of traffic on the road but maybe that is a positive sign if you are somebody that has to drive it cannot work from home.

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02:34 min | 3 years ago

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"Joel Riley at one day after former special counsel Robert Muller or the Russian interference in our democracy continues in fact I think is quote was it's happening right now while he was giving his testimony Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blocked election security legislation passed by the house did just yesterday it would authorize seven hundred seventy five million dollars to strengthen state election systems and would also require the use of paper ballots McConnell charge the Democrats are trying to pass partisan legislation for political benefit he also black Democrat legislation that would require candidates campaign officials and their family members to notify the FBI many offers of assistance from foreign governments so the justice department said yesterday federal government resume executing death row inmates for the first time since two thousand three Attorney General William Barr told the bureau of prisons to schedule executions starting in December of five men specifically all of whom were convicted of murdering children North Korea said Friday that is too short range missile test launches a day earlier where a new tactical guided weapon and that it was meant to quote a solemn warning to South Korea about its weapons development they plan to hold upcoming annual joint military exercises with the US and the north says no we don't like that we think those are invasion rehearsals the lunches which were the first by North Korea since it fired three missiles into the sea and may also likely part of an effort to pressure the U. S. as Washington and the north have been trying to restart nuclear negotiations sixteen US marines arrested yesterday yeah it was part of a migrant smuggling probe the marines accused of helping to illegally smuggled people into the US as well as other crimes including drug related offenses the arrests which were all junior enlisted marines took place in California's camp Pendleton as they gathered information with their battalion a move aimed at sending a message so they literally the marines are out there on the field and then here come the feds and one by one they pluck sixteen now and said drug related offenses smuggling all that so that's eye opening I would think for a lot of people not just marines five years of data from the U. S. D. A. this morning five years of data shows that we United States citizens steadily steadily steadily increasing the amount of cheese we eat nineteen seventy seven to twenty seventeen in that span of time we up to the amount of cheese from sixteen pounds.

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03:02 min | 3 years ago

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"Mccoy handling sports producer tom rock in it music director extraordinaire joel riley speaking of matt sports u._s. women's national team beat spain two to one they advanced quarter-finals most people in the know say this is the game they're going to take on host nation france france probably the most formidable foe so if they get by this one should be a little more smooth sailing as a head till the finals but they've got to beat the home team to get it done and evan turner been traded from the blazers to the atlanta hawks matt course with more sports coming up here in just about fifteen minutes drugmakers gonna pay eighty five million dollars in a settlement it's the opioid crisis in oklahoma tebe pharmaceuticals they're going to plant down the money and the attorney general says yeah the opioid epidemic devastating here just like a lot of places no that money the settlement money is going to help the state face the crisis head on don't know if your brain is wired such that you're already thinking twenty twenty and presidential elections but if you are put this one in the hopper a project veritas whistleblower inside google may have just blown the lid off a pretty big deal internet manipulation undercover video shows jen janai google's head of responsible innovation saying big tech shouldn't be broken up because it would limit its ability to the next trump situation the insider says that after the two thousand sixteen election google's priorities flipped from giving everyone a voice to not so that's the reason donald trump got elected and we need to fix that in the undercover video jinnai calls it drawing a line in the sand however the insider calls it manipulating search results they have to rebuy us there al-gharib games so they can get their own agenda across so that's pretty big stuff and you see government kind of toying with the idea of breaking up big tech i would imagine that kind of story will put the hammer down for some maybe not all but for some it will the acting head of the department of homeland security accused of leaking details of the plan to ice raids that we're supposed to commence this past sunday when kevin macalinsan i learned of the planned operation two weeks ago he ordered ice to stand down the directive overruled by the president you can't go forward with an operation wants everyone knows the time the place the details they say macalinsan who was opposed to the race from the start put officers in the general public at risk calling it one of the most agreements leaks i've ever seen in my life so plenty of churn in d._c. this morning right now let's get an update on columbus roadways and how we look overhead gorgeous out my window here's traffic and weather we update every ten minutes on the tens from tempstar heating and cooling products lots of sun on these cameras to joel ain't going to leave.

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01:56 min | 3 years ago

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"Tom who right now is waving even though you worked in radio, your whole, you know, they can't see. See you. I'm Joel Riley, Danielson tensions between the US and the ran ratcheting up even more yesterday. The president decided to send another thousand troops into the area and it's because Iran announced that it would be within days, no longer compliance with the twenty fifteen nuclear deal. So defense department said, okay, here we go thousand more troops arraign announced that it's going to pass the limits and the deal on stockpiling uranium in just a matter of days. And they say they will resend they will stop if European powers cut with the sanctions and start treating them nice again but doesn't seem like anybody wants to do that. So, again, another notch up another notch up State Department spokesperson calling ah, Rennes, announcement extortion, and a challenge to international norms, as well as to the twenty fifteen nuclear deal from which the US withdrew latest move comes as the US accused Iran of attacking too. Anchors last week near the Persian Gulf Tehran still denies that president also I mean couplings going on with the president. He is announcing officially his candidacy later today yesterday. He said, millions of people who are living in the country illegally will be deported starting next week. The president tweeted that US immigration and customs enforcement would quote begin the process of removing the millions of illegal aliens, who have elicited found their way into the United States, adding they will be removed as fast as they come in the Associated Press cited an administration official as saying the deportation effort would focus on the more than one million people who have been issued final deportation orders by federal judges, but who today are not in custody. So we'll see six forty. Here's traffic.

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02:47 min | 3 years ago

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"Winning radio with Gregg, Chris hammer time dotcom if we can on six ten WTVN, Joel Riley, ten w yet, we know bond is set at a million dollars or former Mount Carmel west, Dr William Houston, twenty five counts of murder. We're going to talk to run O'Brien coming up here in just a couple of minutes. More on that case dead head. We also know three more cases of legionnaires disease confirmed at Mount Carmel in grove city, Scott's following that story. We'll get more in the seven thirty news yesterday. Ryan day talking about his new program at nationwide. Children's hospital. Also talking about the team. I love it when we get right after the quarterback situation because that is the engine of the team. So coached, what do you think? Justin fields got more work to do these done a good job so far. He's been working really, really hard in the weight room. He's been doing a good job, you know, studying film, you know, you can actually take the ipads home and watch film, and we have so. Much, filmed the go off the last couple of years studying in your dorm. So it can't just be the eight hours of the week. It's going to be more than out on his own, so we got new names in the backfield. I mean, Justin fields governor Hoke the transfer from Kentucky Dublin product. But a lot of those guys that we knew from last year years, but they're all gone. What's, what's the deal with all the turnover when you think about where room was a year ago where it is now that's significant. It only in because the quarterback position is planned out so far in advance nowadays. We're recruiting guys were freshmen sophomores, and that's a specific position where only one guy plays. And so there's planning that goes on with that. And the recruiting when somebody who's a sophomore comes out, it kind of just leaves the whole room in disarray, and it'll state, you know, we're recruiting some of the best players in the country. And so the minute that happens it creates some unrest. The good news is, you know, we had a great year at quarterback. And we got a kid developed to go the fifteenth pick in the draft hard news about that was he wasn't here for the next two years. So we had to ensure order you'll get that solved. So you're talking about the best of the best, Justin fields getting the lion's share of conversation about gimme the skinny, what do you like about? Kentucky transfer quarterback, gunner Hoke first off from here and he understands what Ohio State? It is. He's got bloodlines here that, that matters to us. But also, just watching the film and talking to his high school coach. You know, the accuracy there, there's somebody who's played in games. He's yes, some experience. He's an older guy. He's very intelligent. You know we think he can pick up the offense. Pretty quickly already done a good job. So we mix all those things together. I mean that's a guy we wanted the team. Yeah, it's a lot of guys looking at both of them like who's going to get us to the promised land. And there's gonna be a lot of focus so Ryan day, good luck and just fun to hear talk because August thirty first that first game closer and closer as we go traffic.

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01:47 min | 3 years ago

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"Thank you this morning to Boone Jenner and the rest of the blue jackets booed with the triple was getting annihilated on social media last night. The blue jackets were ahead five to one. Yeah. And I tweeted out they look great. And after that happened Boston scored three street times it was five to four. And I was getting annihilated by people. You're a big. So I tweeted out at the start of the third period, I'm off for the third period. Because clearly I felt like that announced Joel Riley as made forty seven straight free throws then in brick miss. That's the way it always goes. He's never missed inside a eight feet. Yes. Exactly, I I hear you. So they were able to recover and win seven to four Boone Jenner got the hat trick. And all that stuff. I wanna thank God. Because I would have really felt like a jinx today. Yeah. Well, the the the last one was an empty netter. But I mean, it doesn't matter. Gaetan tall. Those first two were nice. And that's a difference in the game. Yes. So well done and we're still in the eight spot in life is good. If you're your jacket, and I don't have to feel like a jinx this morning. Very important jackets scored more goals last night than they had in the last four games combined Titus a season high with seven seven two four the final over Boston as mentioned Boone Jenner. First hat-trick, Josh Anderson with a goal and three assists. We're all talking before the game. That's you know, we're going to break out here. We have a lot of good players in our team a lot of twenty goal scores. So. Can't be held off the squishy for long enough. The wild game. Also featured a rarity on our Tenny pioneering fight for only the second time in his career. Bradman dropped the gloves. Mix it up with. Boston's Charlie McEvoy. Here's coach John Tortorella. Excited..

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03:01 min | 3 years ago

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"It is Joel Riley Tuesday morning, March fifth had a little moment this morning coming in right at the interchange. One sixty one west going down underneath to seventy and then pop enough onto seventy south just north eastern their Coyote out in the grass. I mean, it was really easy to spot because you got the toll lights and. Snow covered where the grass usually is. So he really jumped out was like a little call of the wild on the way. And so I mean, it's been a couple of hours ago. Now, not suggesting he's still there. But he just get a sense. Sometimes if the wild is not so far away from the city anymore. Keep an ear out for Ohio governor, Mike dewine, he's going to deliver his first state of the state address today, a more traditional going back to the legislative chamber of the Ohio State house, and we'll hear what he has to say, I'm going to be keeping a keen you're out for that gas tax, and where we stand with that that Ohio teenager, you know, the one we had on talked about got to eighteen and hasn't been back stating said I've done my research on getting vaccinated. He's actually going to be testifying before a Senate committee today about the importance of vaccinations. It'll be a lot of people paying attention to that. We know the last Chevy Cruz is gonna roll out the assembly line in Lordstown, but it's coming quicker. They were suggesting you know, maybe by weekend. But it looks like tomorrow is the day for that seven hundred GM workers have already transferred to other plants fourteen hundred. They're going to be out of work this week. And if you've been keeping an eye on what's going on with pharmaceuticals. You know that there's all kinds of chatter. Some of it has to do with getting opioids reigned in other parts of it have to do with pricing. In fact, there was a lot of talk on Capitol Hill here recently about pricing in that. Well, Purdue pharma, they're the folks that make Oxycontin. They're actually considering filing for bankruptcy today. They say liabilities from thousands of lawsuits that say, look, it's your fault. You're the reason I have this problem with opioids you gave out too much. So there's all these lawsuits amassing and lawyers are getting together and trying to figure it out if they do file for chapter eleven that would basically put it into the wall suits, and then the company could do there no negotiations. So, you know, again, I know that you know, there's legal ways to approach things. But it just seems like if you were honest, I mean, there's paperwork exposed not so long ago that said they were basically trying to exploit. You know, they knew that this was kind of an addictive thing. And they kind of downplayed it really pushed the doctors to prescribe prescribe prescribe saying that it was fairly safe. So it seems a tragic miscarriage of Justice if that bears out to be true that they're able to file bankruptcy and then not have to face the lawsuits, but anyway this morning, we'll keep you up to date right now. Let's get an update on traffic and weather. We do that every ten minutes on the tens it's from TempStar heating and cooling products. Trying to really pick up on thirty three out Winchester and Carol watch for delays near gender road and Hamilton seventy westbound a little bit heavier across Bryce wrote remember to stay to the left if you're heading for downtown.

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03:12 min | 3 years ago

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"Happy hump day, Joel Riley, NewsRadio six ten WTVN update on the Justice small lead story empire sources today. Talking to TMZ they say the powers that be don't really buy the theory the Jesse staged his own hate attack. Individuals up a salary insiders say he never complained about being underpaid. He makes about one hundred twenty five thousand dollars an episode. But Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson is theorized that smollet stage the attack to raise his profile getting a salary bump empire. Sources say the theories especially suspect considering he was in the middle of salary negotiation when the attack happened and that neither he or his reps have raised the issue. So that continues to be a fascinating. But I felt like when. Eddie Johnson in Chicago police came out and did their thing that it was kind of over. I felt like they kind of said he staged it. Here's the people involved and on and on and on. But it seems like there's still plenty of comment on both sides. So we're keeping an eye on that big money story this morning federal appeals court Okay'd AT and T's eighty one billion dollar takeover of Time Warner. They rejected claims from the administration that the acquisition with her competition in cable and satellite TV would increase costs to consumers for streaming TV and movies. I mean, that's where the rubber meets the road for most people, it's like and a high level and a macro level. I you know, who owns it. Whatever is my internet gonna cost more is my cable Bill going up, and I I have satellite service and my last Bill it's do a third of March it jumped ten bucks just month to month. It's just all of a sudden, they won another ten bucks. I'm like, I'm not getting anything better not getting anything quicker, and I know things. Cost more moving forward. But ten bucks. It's more than ten percent bump, so we're going to have words, I'm just going to see what's going on. Maybe maybe they'll say well since you called we're going to give you a deal or maybe if you threaten to go to another provider will figure it out. So we'll see we'll see. Anyway, the Time Warner AT and T merger in fact already completed last spring right after it was approved by a federal judge. But the Justice department challenged it they brought antitrust suit for the first time in decades by the federal government against the vertical manager that's one in which companies don't completely directly compete with each other. So at this point it moves forward. The Justice department says we're not going to appeal and that is that. And of course, plenty of international is on the president meeting with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN second summit today in Vietnam. President tweeting earlier this morning that North Korea could have a thriving economy if they would just denuclearize they say, the potential is awesome. A great opportunity like almost none other in history. So that's what he's throwing out to Kim Jong UN this morning. Folks were saying, well, I thought that's what we got last time. But intelligence says they have done anything. But stop. So that's why the sanctions are still in place, and you know, to my that's why they're having the second conversation today. Trying to figure out can they get to that agreement and get it done. So we'll keep you up to date on that. As we go this.

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01:50 min | 3 years ago

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"Six oh, seven it is Tuesday morning, February twenty six Joel Riley looks like a bipartisan Bill being introduced in the Ohio legislature that would increase fines and penalties for school bus. Seek divided leaders legislation crackdown on drivers with multiple violations of passing a school bus with its stop arm activated. You see video of this? I wouldn't say all the time. But certainly when your kids are out there and they're vulnerable walking seems like a good move. I'll tell you in my experience, I must dry with a decent Packer drivers when I'm rolling because if I come up on a school that the lights are flashing. I don't see a lot of people barreling through those zones at all. And I I don't think in personally I've ever seen a car go by a bus that has the red flashing lights or the Armao it. It seems exactly the opposite to me. It seems like when you're off the time especially in the school zones. People still slow way down is just like they're just like oh school zone. Even though the lifetime flashing. I'm still gonna end slow down because I just don't want any trouble. So I'm not suggesting that's a bad thing. But sometimes if you're trying to get somewhere, it's a little bit of a nuisance. But I think it's good anything you can do along these lines to protect the kids. Definitely a good move our partners over ABC six of learning identities afford, the five patients that Mount Carmel is identified as people who might have survived. If given additional treatments, you know, all the wrongful death lawsuits against Dr William useful, the hospitals identified at least thirty five people who were allegedly given excessive doses of narcotic pain medications. They say twenty nine of those patients giving a potentially fatal dose of medications like federal. So we're still waiting for attorney speak and all that but four or five patients who might have survived if given additional treatment that would be one of those things I would think that would be very damning in that type of case. Oh, and if you drive.

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01:37 min | 3 years ago

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"I've been trading jokes back and forth off the air. Tom real quick. A lot since we just talked to even Ivan from Alaska. Did you hear the Alaska joke say from the Alaska state police an interrogation what were you doing during the night of November fourteenth to February twelfth? Yeah. Okay. I mean, it's fine. It's fine. Me. I didn't even get a rim shot nothing for that. I thought that was pretty good. It's fine. It's fine. It's fine. Hey, seven twenty four Joel Riley and yesterday popped up to Allen's coin shop. It was hilarious. I get there. I'm just literally sitting down to look at some stuff and Doug at the of says, hey, Joel, I'm like can you come out here a minute. I'm like, sure. So I walk out. There's two gentlemen standing there. And big smiles. And like, I'll be doggone you, really do come here. And I'm like, yes. Yes. I do. So I got a chance to meet them herb and his buddy from Russia Vania. And you may not know Russell Vania is it's about an hour. Fifteen. They said to drive their they're up in Logan county. And they said been hearing your commercials and hearing your commercials, and we just wanted to come down and check it out. Now, I don't want to read them out. And I don't want to say what they were doing because they were buying gifts for family members. But dudes dropped some coin I wouldn't mind it at all if either one of them adopted me because it's pretty good stuff. But that's what's fun about. Allen's me, great people see different ways to collect or gift and Allen's always delivers. So maybe you're an hour away. Maybe you're an hour and a half. But you're always in good company. Lot of smiles a lot of great inventory to look through. And yeah, I do occasionally go there. So if you wanna meet me, there's a.

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02:06 min | 3 years ago

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"Those people all said yell that goes. And then all the people that have looked at it in the thirty five years since and I mean on and on and on and it's just the one guy. I mean, there's two people in the picture who's the other person? And where were yelling about them to? That's what I don't get. It's so much of it so selective. It's so very selective about who were upset out. What we're upset about the timing of it. And it goes and goes, and that's the part. I don't get. I'm not saying anything about people that are upset not upset whatever. I just don't get upset about him. Weren't you upset about all the other people that are involved in getting that to where we are today? It's it's not consistent. That's probably the biggest problem. I have with most of these types of stories is there's there's no consistency to it. There's no we're going to treat this person the same way we treated the last person which way we treated the person before that and so on and so on and so on it just random scattershot. And that's what makes you uncomfortable about. How you're living your life because you just don't know you're not sure you can do the same thing every day for a year and then on the three hundred and sixty six day somebody calls you on. It was like, well that's been doing it. Why is it a problem now? So. Anyway, that's what's going on in the world. Joel Riley good morning. It's five forty NewsRadio. Six ten WTVN Tuesday morning, February the fifth and tell you what fog for me. I. Thirty miles or so I mean literally can't see much past hundred yards. Maybe very slow ride in. 'cause you just never know. Somebody's gonna pop up in front of you. Some thing is going to pop up in front of you. I mean, you have a deer that jumps out when it's this foggy UNC until you're right on top of it. So you'll hear Johnny talk about it. You'll hear buck talk about it. In fact, why don't we do that? Now, ABC six first warning weather.

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02:33 min | 3 years ago

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"Six ten WTVN news headlines, and where Columbus comes to NewsRadio six ten WTVN. I see what you did there. See I thought yesterday. I had made it fairly clear that I really wasn't interested in. I mean, I know you're the music director for the show, and it's fine. And that's your deal. But you know, it was yesterday was kind of fun for a while. And then we drove off the cliff at about seven thirty with the hot and cold songs. Almost made it. I mean, most of the show is behind us. You got to whip me with that? Okay. Somewhere somebody's laughing. I just don't know where our at eight thirty eight Joel Riley Wednesday morning. Happy hump day January thirtieth. Most of the talk is about weather, whether it's all the schools are closed, including universities. I mean, Ohio State other than a few clinics. That are open today. Ophthalmology veterinary their role in for normal. But you know, classes are often all that. And that just doesn't happen. You know, we expect I guess a little different stuff out of our college and university students that we do out of our high schools. But you know, we really when you look look at it. I mean, like, you know, mail delivery has been suspended and people like I'll come on getting soft. They're supposed to dark of night and payroll and all that stuff deliver the mail. Well, if your job was your outside a lot. I mean think about I don't know the average college university student anymore. But I know back in the day. I hooked it about everywhere. And I'm not saying I wouldn't go out in this. I mean, you know, you bundle up and go. But if you don't have to is it. Okay. I mean, we just getting smarter about how we handle really biting cold, weather, or are we getting softer? I think you can make a case for either one. But you know, Tom got up came in Johnny got up came in Scott got up came in Eric got it came in. I got up came in. I imagine her office will be pretty full. So, you know, but we work inside. If you don't have a problem, you know, you're maybe outside for a total of a minute house to car car to work, and then reverse it on the way home. So I don't know that we're really getting softer just maybe being a little bit smarter about how we do stuff. Her Scott mentioned it, you know, when you talk about energy consumption. This is one of those days,.

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04:32 min | 3 years ago

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"A ready to rocket at a moment's notice. I'm Joel Riley in the news business when you have the story like, you know, from the Lincoln Memorial over the weekend. You've got key players black Israelites native American protest, and then the Covington Catholic high school students, you know, the one Nick Sandman became the face that because he's the one staring down the native American guy while he's singing and playing on his drum. Right. So in the news business what you wanna do. You wanna talk to the people that are involved in the story. So yesterday the today show, they got an interview with young mister Sandman, and what's fascinating. About it to me. Is even before savannah Guthrie. Does the interview she tweets that she's going to talk to the kid is, you know, he's a junior. She was quickly condemned by thousands as her tweet received over forty four thousand comments compared to only twenty three hundred retweets. That's an example of what is called being ratio. And you think about that? Usually if you're on Twitter, and you see something that you just want people to know, you just re tweet it or maybe you make a quick comment. But you just like get it out there. That's how things go viral. Right. But when you look at there's w-way more comments, that's like people aren't having it. They got to put their two cents and not re tweet it. Okay. So it went from both sides to there were people that initially thought, you know, she was going to show Lacombe. And then there are other people to progressive side was like why would you give this guy of voice? He's a pinhead in a nutshell paraphrasing. Right. So you go, and you go, and you go, and you see things like, you know, savannah Guthrie should be ashamed of herself. She was accused of propagating the whitewash. And other people are saying we're going to spend time with him. We've got some other stories ideas and had to do with other race issues. So, you know, some people just look at that and see a white woman interviewing a white boy. And that's why they land on the word whitewash. Softball questions. And there are a lot a lot of people that use profanity to mock MS Guthrie, once you get going then in the interview actually happens then conservatives kind of takeover and are upset that savannah Guthrie is saying, well, don't you feel bad about it? And you should you have apologized in all those things. And again, that's when you try to figure out what's going on in the country. It's you know, it literally for her is damned if you do damned if you don't what I would say about it is so many people get caught up with the comment sections and the dialogue there, and I'm not saying that's not a snapshot of what is a part of reality. But usually in the comments sections, it's all the people that are way out on the edges that have agendas that are trying to make their voice heard most people are more in the middle. I mean, I know my wife, and I talked about it. She watched it. She was so upset me. She really likes got three. And she was just so upset her. She's like the kid didn't do anything. Why is she grilling this kid? I mean, why is it the thing? So. You know, I think a lot of people will get so caught up in the fringe talk in the way out there. And in real you got to realize that, you know, this is happenstance. I mean, the kids said it himself, Mr. salmon said, you know, in hindsight, I wish I would have walked away wish it wouldn't have happened. And you can absolutely understand it from his perspective. I mean, he and his family are getting death threats the school that he goes to is in upheaval had to close down for at least a day because of security concerns. There's a third party investigator all up in his grill trying to figure out what happened. I mean as a as a guy an adult guy. I I don't really want that kind of scrutiny. When you're sixteen or seventeen you just like, man, I I just want to play lacrosse, and I want to go home and talk to my parents and have dinner and then play some video games in Iraq. So totally understand his perspective on that. But there's a lot going on. And it seems like anybody that gets involved. There's a lot of people that just aren't having.

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01:35 min | 3 years ago

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"We'll update traffic and weather, Joel Riley. Good to have you listening. This morning was a great break. Tom for sure we're off a better part of two weeks and just good to be back and getting things rolling. Again. I see a couple of big time. News specials coming our way saw a little bit. When I was off president, John F Kennedy and first lady, Jackie Kennedy, son. John John pretty much known worldwide from only he was born but his life was plagued with tragedy from early age. He was just shy of his third birthday and sixty three when his father was assassinated, sixty eight his uncle Robert F. Kennedy also assassinated, he grew up. He was good. Looking charming famous made him a media sensation but fame did not bring him happiness. He struggled to find himself professionally he jumped from law to magazine publishing then on July sixteenth of nineteen ninety nine tragedy. Struck again as John his wife, Carolyn beset and sister Lauren were killed in a plane crash been about twenty years since that tragic day. So there's going to be an ABC two hour primetime special that is coming up, and then most anybody who's been alive long enough. Will remember the name Lorena Bobbitt, John Wayne Bobbitt? So there's a two hour twenty twenty documentary pointing with new details in that infamous case. And Well, I I don't know any anytime. I hear those names I kind of clench up kind of you. So I don't know if that's something I would watch can watch. But yeah, there's a little bit of. Stuff about.

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