11 Burst results for "John Kamara"
"john kamara" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Well, it's first race as a four year old, at Mama, Park literally drug groom to the Paddock took to the turf course and went onto the the first over a million dollars per John Forbes so and run multiple multiple. Greatest fake races and is in the Mamas. Fame too little He was a lot of flooding of the best. The biggest name I got to be around with John was obviously killed the cat. And in that same partnership, there were a couple of Phillies Amarillo who won the Delaware Handicap I mean just Pay Course, after stay cooler. So was fun fun being involved in the Partnership And Win John Retired. A lot of the partners now are still with me and we have the partnerships going on so. You get to be around some nice pedigree, young. And the plan is if your show they have talent at three and four, we keep them if not then they go to the claiming races or retired depending on their level of ability. But yes, just a a wonderful. Way, to, keep young horses coming in Barton every year so. You know when I was looking back through all of the great stakes winners that came through John's operation, and of course, as I mentioned, you had a big hand in that There was one name I wasn't familiar with the name. So I went back and looked up the horse, but I thought the name cool. The name of the horses peanut butter on it tell me about that horse. Peanut butter on it was a chestnut gambling that we had claimed for a client I think for twenty five thousand and he also went on to win many stakes and yeah he was just a big need gelding and and couldn't have been more fun to be around and yeah, he was very Very precocious at monmouth Clark's they use a lot of fun to. Did it help when you ended up taking over after John Retired and I guess that's the way it went down. Right? You ended up taking over his operation pretty much and then and then moving on from there is that right? Correct Yeah Yeah Okay would you ended up taking over the operation? Does it help you now having been around so many good horses does that help a trainer when they when they finally take over and start doing it on their own? Yeah I think to be around nice horses but also us being the claiming operation. You know knowing what it takes to keep a horse sand and and feeling good. Yes. Like I said, the back I was always around forty or more staples, and at one time John had free springs forces I was in charge of one. Kind. And and back, then it was unheard of to have that many bushes now. Now they're screen as it has probably two or three times as many voices as we had back then but Just to see the numbers. and to be around forty four stable just shows you so much. So yeah. Talking we trainer Pat McBurney here on trainer talk presented by phase tipped of course that big win this past weekend Golden Brown and the Irish War Cry Handicap at Monmouth. That's just one of many big moments. He's been part of in his career and talking about John Forbes who he worked with for a long time You know there there's There's horsemen game and there are trainers in this game and and I've done the show long enough. Now Pat to realize that there's a difference between the two. There are true horsemen and I think when you look at a guy like John Forbes. You look at him as a horseman right you don't look at him a strictly just a trainer. Correct. Yeah. I, mean the way he was raised with the family and everything and and the work ethic of John Tomorrow Staples. was. John Forbes. John's own son John Tomorrow's a fourth I believe and yeah, I mean just the whole family was into horse racing. So And, you mentioned the claiming game and obviously acclaiming operation and keeping horses sound in how do you do that? Take me inside that. That's a whole different approach to training take me inside the claiming game and and your approach in your philosophy to being successful in that arena. I mean there, there are so many tools available nowadays that maybe we didn't have. But one of the main things going back to John Kamara was like marking the program he would have John Forbes and his son John Tomorrow and. His other Mike Tomorrow I mean their job would be to stand at the paddock all day and just mark the legs of every course in and spot potential clean gin you look at the leasing form. And there were a lot more levels back then of course, racing back then. But Big John's Kalafi, was you know it? Can only improve a racehorse if you can train them. If, you claim a sore horse, you can improve them because he can't take the training and I mean back then big John Tomorrow with Klay, Morse's, and they'd go on to win stake races. and. Yeah the whole philosophy of you know if. We had a bad mark on a horse within like California move. You know win lose or draw. There were no qualms about it. You just would move onto the next one because. He'd also say you know. If don't spend the money, you can't lose the money he said when you. said. If you're going to claim horse, you claim it that's your money you're spending so i. Prefer not to claim the horse that I hadn't seen, but we also have horses come in from all over the racetrack. So literally, when forces in a claiming race.
"john kamara" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"Find out. What's the best time to go seasonally for the weather to take the hiking trails in the area up there and the Burner Open? Land does a couple of different ones. That are really good. I particularly like June end of May June. Because that's when the flowers are blooming If you go in the fall which is also nice September. The leave started change and the hillside is is on fire with color. I like the summer anytime in the summer for just the reliable weather in the long days and the warmth August is a very good in fact. One of my favorite Christmas is ever was gaveled grass in the winter. It is gorgeous in the winter but the hiking is limited. No there's no then and I went up with my favorite hotelier Walter where you worked and we went up to Marin and and we sled it down on the trail. I did the same thing with Walter. It's beautiful isn't it and beat me down and there's a classic Old Hotel Your He. He was like a little kid when he sat on his sled. Just that here's a Swiss boy at heart forever. He must've been eighty years old when we did this. Get Lean. Thanks for your call. Thanks this is travel with Rick Steves. We've been talking with John. Kamara about the heights. And the Culture Switzerland's Berner Oberland Don. I've always been charmed by the when the cows come down from the high metal. This is not something that's just in the story books. This actually happens. I was just recently there and after a long hike I heard this tinkle tinkle. Choi coming down the mountain. Well yeah talks about how that happens. What's the deal? Well throughout the year that animals are taken up to higher pastures. So that they can be set. Free and munch on the meadows and as the weather starts to get colder. They bring the cows down a little bit a little bit and eventually have to bring back to the to the local town to injure their barnes for for the winter and they've got their bells they got their bells on and it really. The bigger. The bell is the more prestigious. That cow is they're all pedigree and not only do they have bells to have flowers on their heads and the the farmers that are bringing the cows. Downer also dressed in traditional clothing twentieth. Twenty-first is lake past centuries alive. Yep and we can experience it done Kamara. Thanks so much and take some time. I get the pleasure. If there was a contest for most colorful nation on earth the Philippines might be a good bit. We'll explore the nation of seven thousand islands in just a bit but first when the bidding sagged on an oil and gas lease sale for drilling on federal land. Utah the auctioneer joked. Come on man. This is a lotta scenery going to waste well. Writer and environmental activist. Terry Tempest Williams was in the room. She explains why she and her husband bid on those unsold parcels and why they created tempest exploration LLC as the first energy company devoted to keeping fossil in the ground that Utah Terry Tempest Williams. That's next on travel. With Rick Steves hiking in the Red Rock wilds of the Utah Desert. It might soon notice and unusual sound listen closely and you may hear mining oil drilling on what used to be federally protected land or maybe it's just the sound of Teddy Roosevelt spinning in his grave. Ever since President Roosevelt signed the Antiquities Act nineteen o six to create national monuments that protect natural and cultural heritage sites across America. There's been pushback from some industrial interests. For the last few years Terry Tempest Williams has been writing columns in the New York Times and elsewhere about the battle going on in her native. Utah on one hand are her neighbors. Who Support the trump administration's removing protections on many federal lands especially at bears ears. National Monument on the other hand are those who prefer the type of tourism a quiet wilderness attracts and note the warning from tribal leaders that thousands of their ancestors. Archaeological sites are at risk of now being open for business. Utah's rich with more than a dozen parks and monuments run by the National Park Service and the Bureau of land management when Terry found there. Were no takers for oil and gas leases. That was offering near her home. She and her husband got an idea. She joins us now to tell us about it into explain why. Utah remained such a special place for her. Terry thanks for being with us again. Thank you record is love our conversations Terry Utah you happen to live in a state that has what five national parks and seven National Monuments. And you grew up there. What does Utah Mean to you? Utah is bedrock. It's family. It's where the bones of my ancestors dwell six generations. I come from a a Mormon family. my roots for an American Westerner Who is white are are deep and my devotion is is very real. Terry wrote that. You had a seminal moment as a child. Pornography Cave National Monument. What happened I loved Him Pinocchio? It's a mountain in the shape of a woman and we are told from the time we have a memory that this is where the spirit of the maiden of Tim. Focus lives and every time you drive by from Provo Utah to Salt Lake. You see her as a child. I could swear that I saw her breathe. This is A story told by people and I remember a ute grandmother who I knew as a child told me that inside that mountain was the beating heart of the maiden so when I was eight years old our Church group which is Mormon. I decided that upon our baptism into the church. We would hike up to mount timber notice and enter this cave. It's about a mile and a half straight up. We were there. I remember these iron green doors. They open there was a park ranger. We entered inside the mouth of the cave. The temperature dropped. It was humid here. Were these stalactites. Stalagmites registered his teeth. We started walking on this raised path. So that you weren't stepping on the stalagmites and there we walked through this magical these magical forms called father. Times jewel box the valley of sleep but I could hardly concentrate all I could think of is. Where is the beating heart of the maiden of the mountain in there? It was large wet huge. I wondered if you attached it. Would it register as cold or Hot? I was completely mesmerized so much so that I failed to continue walking with the rest of my group. Suddenly the lights went off. The door slammed and I was left in the heart of the mountain with the darkness. I have never known. I can't tell you when fear turned to wonder. But what I can tell you is that I felt that beating heart even as my own. I don't know how long I was there but suddenly I heard the door opened the light. Go on and there was my primary team saying. Oh you're saved but I wanted to say you didn't save me. The mountain did and I think for the rest of my life. I've been trying to find that same experience of being held that closely to that kind of power and dare I say love. You know every time I go into a national park. I meet the miraculous. But if I'm honest I think I'm still searching for that sense of And Majesty wonder and fear that I felt in those moments of of being inside that mountain next to that heart. You mentioned the tribe. Is that where Utah comes from? It's the indigenous people that live there. I UTA yes. Yes because that experience you had. It's seems like it's almost trying to duplicate inexperience Indian. Kids might have had as they came of age and gained an appreciation of nature. You know I don't know My Friend Regina Lopez White Skunk who viewed? I have so much respect for her sense of circles and cycles in the land her deep sense of politics and protection on. She was one of the members of the bears. Ears intertribal commission who has fought so diligently to protect these lands that are under siege By this current administration. And so you know I think native people they stay. And that's what I want to model is. How do we stay and be loyal to a place have a fidelity place? Yeah if closeness to the land is is a good thing. They have an advantage built in that we can be. I think aspire to they also know what it means to have it removed and I think we are just now beginning to touch on what native people have felt all along as we watch our public lands in a move to be privatized to be sold to the highest bidder. Terry Tempest Williams is our guest on. Travel Rick Steves. She writes about the landscape of her native Utah and her relationship. With twelve of America's national parks in her book called the hour of land. It's now out in paperback. Terry's also writer in residence at the Harvard Divinity School. And she's been a visiting professor in environmental studies at Dartmouth College Terry President. Obama set aside one point three million acres for. Utah's bears ears National Monument back in two thousand sixteen. The trump administration reduced ears by eighty five percent. This is now being challenged in the courts. What are your thoughts on this when you look at laws like the nineteen o? Six antiquities at that protects these wild lands and cultural spaces. I think it it has helped define who we are as Americans that was established with Theodore Roosevelt and I have faith in the open space of democracy and the will of the people but right now I would be lying to you. If I didn't say that I am concerned and and I am standing with native people indigenous people and the tribes that we are closest to Utah. Which would be the Navajo the Hopi the Zuni and other tribes within the Colorado plateau or standing on the side of protecting bears. Ears National Monument. Terry Okay you're talking about the value. The the intangible value really of of a National Monument Lake bears ears. Now what if I just think whether it's a real need energy independence jobs the economy? How can you put a price on the value of over a million acres when when I really think it can help us have a stronger economy and become energy independent? What's so important about bears ears other than what we.
"john kamara" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"Things you'll see when you hike in the Swiss Alps. If you time it right you can even watch the cows being paraded down from their grazing meadows. They got their bells on and to really the bigger. The bell is the more prestigious. That cow is. They're all pedigree for warmer vacations. Kiki dear says you can't beat the Philippines. It has some of the best diving in the world. You can go swimming with Welsh shocks. You can track in Angel of rice. Terraces do can even hike up. Active volcanoes and Terry Tempest Williams explains how she bought oil leases on Federal Land Near Her Home Mixed Arches National Park at rock bottom prices. We purchase them at a discount of one dollar fifty cents an Acre if you can imagine that are public lands for sale to lease oil and gas for less than a cup of coffee. What'S THE UTAH worth to you. Let's explore together in the our head on travel with Rick Steves. It's looking like the government is declared war on America's public lands at least that's how Terry Tempest Williams sees the trump executive order that rescinded federal protections. In her home. State of Utah. She tells us what's at stake and the innovative ways. She became what she calls a conservation buyer to prevent drilling near where she lives. Just outside of MOAB. We'll hear her story in just a bit on today's travel with Rick Steves and a British travel writer tells us why the Philippines is one of her favorite places anywhere in the world. Where at eight? Seven seven. Three three three seven four to five. If you only ever get to visit one place in Switzerland I'd recommend the Berner Oberland. It's the high country round. Enter some of the most famous mountain peaks in the Alps. There are dozens of hiking trails. That take you through glacial valleys to enjoy wildflowers and waterfalls Golo. It's my favorite place for taste of traditional Swiss mountain living in some of the most stunning scenery. You ever see when he lived there. Don Camera wrote a detailed guide to the hiking trails of the Bernese highland. He's here to help us get ready for an afternoon. Hike in the mountains done welcome pleasure dumb. I understand you know the trails of the region so well because you actually lived there for ten years in a little village I Decided to go traveling in one thousand nine hundred sixty and I made Switzerland my base. In fact a little town called Gimmel. I ended up staying at the youth hostel. They're often on for about three years. And then they ended up going up the hill and Managing Walters Hotel Mitha Gorn for about six years and when I first discovered Gimmel. You're already there. I think and I was still at the youth hostel. Utah's blend there's some graffiti on the wall upstairs in the Hustle says if Heaven's not what it's cracked up to be send me back to gavel. Yes people just fell in love with Gamma fault. What what are your memories of just away from the tourism but just living in this little community high in the Swiss Alps without any traffic or where almost everybody has the same last name. Well it was kind of what I was looking for this little quiet small village. Nobody spoke English back there. Twenty years ago. It's a little bit different now. There's people that speak English because of of the tourism that's in the area But it was just a small dairy farming community. The youth hostel run by Lena. Remember Lena Lena she's like human goat. Lena yeah she She charged I think three or four francs for the youth hostel. So people didn't really come to stay for the night or tune as they stay for weeks and sometimes like myself and you could cook for the price of groceries. Alpine commute ten cents to cook To Cook Food. And then moving up to Walter's. Walters was an inexpensive hotel with about thirty eight bids but it had a million dollar view hotel mid dog horn. If you have the of the Doug Horn and much more. When people go to Switzerland a lot of people go to the famous towns. So they'll go to interlocken. I want to Interlocken for several years before I realized all the magic is up. The Hill town says you know. They're they're utilitarian there. That's where you can pick up your groceries or validate your train pass or whatever but then you go to the high country and south of Interlaken which means between the two lakes Lake Tune. In speeds south of interlocken is a valley in at branches in left and right to the left is Grendel gold and that's famous in so many ways and all the big tour buses go there and there's all the resort hotels but to the right you've got louder Bruin Valley and that's the value fell in love with and that I fell in love with describe loud to Brunen valley and even the name Louder Brennan could mean lauhgter. Mitch means many and Brennan or springs or or water sources and in the value. Got Over seventy waterfalls. That are kind of falling off the side. Now I've I've driven up that valley in a sunny dry times and I kinda go. What waterfalls but then if you come there after a big rainstorm. It's just thunderous with waterfalls. All around you. Yeah those seventy become a hundreds. It's busy in the ski time and busy in the hiking time When you're there in the hiking time you still use all the ski lifts to get around. Describe some of your lift options from the valley floor. There's two ways that you can go onto the ones that you can take a cable car up to grew chump Hike or take the train to Marin. And if you want to go up higher you're going to be taking funicular to almond who will maybe or a cable car up to the chiltern even across the valley. You've got the Ume Frau Yolk incredible tunnel through the EIGER. All the way up to the top of the saddle below the young fro yum. How tall do you have any idea how tall that is? How something like ten eleven thousand thousand feet? It's above ten thousand because you can feel the attitude. You get a little bit dizzy when you get up. There's nothing to be concerned about. I always feel a winded. When I go up there climb the steps and I just feel like I got to get in shape but then I remember. Oh I'm at eleven thousand feet. I can cut myself a little slack. Exactly I mean. They have a written all over the place. Don't you feel like this? Don't worry about. It is normal natural. Just slow down sit down and slow down and then this mountain lift tunnels through the Eiger. It actually stops halfway up the north face of the EIGER and the ultimate challenges for rock climbers. And you look out halfway up this cliff. You're looking down on the lower horn. Which is where they have the World Cup almost every year. You're looking out towards interlocken. So you're looking northward so you can kind of see the lowlands and then you can see you can see burn from those little windows at you're looking and you may now nowhere to look but there are probably rock climbers frozen hanging on the. I was going to see. Some of them are really with US anymore. They're just hanging there and they can't get to them the helicopters inaccessible so they know that there but they can't rescue them. This is travel with Rick Steves. We're talking with John Kamara about hiking in the burner overland in the burner overland. You can really experience a lot of amazing folk culture. The traditions survive very well in these high community at least survive. I don't know about very well. I understand the Swiss government recognizes the value of some of these traditional industries. And doesn't just let it die. The death of this small family farm in the United States but but subsidizes. So it's it carries on what's the case there? Why would they do that? Well they like to have the dairy farming industry for example to to continue a tradition It's a way of life and there are people that are many bulow still in the dairy farming industry. But it's not. It's not a living that you can really make a living at considering the economic situation of Switzerland when everybody's making much more than a farmer would so the farmers need to be subsidizing needs to go to the big city and become software programmers exactly so they're struggling but they're surviving these small family farms and we can see that business metabolism and we can actually sleep in some of these places because many rent out beds done commercials. Our guest right now travel with Rick. Steves Michael in Chumsford Massachusetts joins us on the line at eight seven seven three three three rick. He has a question about hiking in the Swiss Alps. I Michael decided as a monk to take my summer trip to Switzerland and I'm going to spend a couple of days in Bernie's open land. I'm really excited. And I just want to know what are the some of the best Hiking trails one can take to get the most iconic view of the young crowd among the Eiger That is the ultimate sort of Panorama. The memo canoe the three great peaks. What is it done? The Immune Val Mahnken Ogre. What does that mean in Swiss German the monk and the Froth Eiger is an ogre an ogre yeah and the monk is a monk a religious monk and the young fellas young maiden so got the monk protecting the young maiden from the older the ogre. Exactly Oh what. A charming frozen. Ice Glacier filled a scenario now Michael wants some of the classic views in the Burner Orlando. You lived of the algorithmic in the for. Yeah you can get that a couple of different ways. Downloadable evaluators the shelter inside and then. There's the vague insider the the client shedding side that would be where the rallies I can young really right in front of the clannish. I dig right but you don't have to get the client to get the view of the of the monk and the young crowd. It is a fantastic view. And the right in front of you when you get there which is taking a train from Lauder Brunen to hang on and then you can continue on by train to climate. And that's where the train starts if you want to. That goes up in the mountain into the eiger through among young frog. Or you can look at the views and I sometimes think they might even be better from the other side Schilthorn side in louder bring you take the cable. Corrupt grew job train or walk to Muren even just a train ride or walking to Muren. You see the monk in the young for the training. Self you take the funicular up to good shop and then this it's built for the view in fact what's the name of that train the Panorama fart that part is the German word exotic journey Panorama journey. And that's the Panorama far trained that goes from Grachov to Mirren And just on a sunny day. There's nothing like it but Michael. You you're going to be there and you're going to be bathed in views everywhere you look. There's views and there's famous views there's less Amos views but there's a little place game of all the DINU may remember. I just loved when there was a moon rise going just a couple hundred yards away from hotel. Duggan sitting a bench but thank the is like the farmers in the village place to these three or four benches right there and you could sit there and it's just it's silent it's twilight and there's a village below you. And there's a few farmers to puttering around and you know the cowboys are happy. And then you see the moon rising over the peaks. It's just is something magic about that view. I just got a lot of therapy out of that view. I think Michael you've got to go over there and check it out. Yep Thank you by the Berner. Oberland in the middle of the Swiss Alps is our destination. And Don Camera is our guide right now on travel with Sixty Kathleen joins us on the line from San Francisco. Hi Kathleen.
"john kamara" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
"The first time round kamara was now introduced which would have profoundly influenced the witnesses decision alone with his height and distinctive. We've clothing of a prison issue. Blue stripe shut andbranch rouses. The identification paraded not followed proper procedure june part of the difficulty difficulty in assembling a procession consisting of men who had the same skin color and it breached identification rules should have been set parades made made up of different people appoint tonight again is that raymond gilbert was not picked out boy any witnesses and also had no forensic links to the crime crime other than his own admission of guilt. The appeal also acknowledge solicitor rex makin who represented both guild baton kamara was relatively the inexperienced in criminal work at the time the crown had not informed the defense that mrs edmonds who identify john kamara had given evidence in another case ice in which her brother was ultimately convicted we that information the defense could have used that to question her honesty while the appeal judges did not agree that they suggested the witness was lying and should not affect the safety of cameras conviction. They understood that mrs edmunds had visited you too brother in prison. After his conviction with him wearing prison issue cliven the same style of shirt and trousers kamara was wearing you know the statements not provided to the defense these included a number of details which vastly contradicted the crown series of events one witness stated they saw van approaching the betting shop and four men jumped out bus they weigh in along with a witness confirming the john suffield had had been threatened the day before his murder but this was not adequately explored by police the further testimony provided by fellow prisoners who said to hurt kamara admit to the crime were later withdrawn counsel for the appellant michael bom bom described the case as is disturbing and said this is a case of a kind which in one respect at least one would hope is a thing of the past this is to say case case in which the turns out to have been a massive nondisclosure at the trial the defense presented its case silence install over the court and when the three judges began to discuss a matter in whispered times neither counsel for the crown defense could hear what they were saying. The judges then retired unsure of what would come next. Everyone in the court had to wait five minutes before they returned the public galleries full.
"john kamara" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"All we're holding on by lead as family. I mean, we're Middle Eastern Ivy to make sure the three girls aren't devastated. The rest of life and drinking a bottle of wine at night. Just numb my self to go to bad my teammates. Cut down the memorial service. People reached out I've had awesome people around me couldn't have more support still massively depressed, and and that has hack, and I always on my mind equals one night. And. If you know every going say that you need off. But we need you. Areas. Now, he's the dude again, I mean, I'm not going to be able to play complication. I, you know, coming off a ruptured achilles. I didn't really have this day. I've had two hundred sixty pound haven't touched a way of football anything. And here he's saying this team can't survive without you. You need to get your asset. Curves that book. And the connection that we had to have him to do that. And it resonated with me. And I went to my wife. I said, I think he's like I need it. They need me. We can't finish right now. Unless we do this and d'oro credit like most any good thing. That's out the life. She full. She let me go. Now, I'm a handful amongst the move from the most van third so fun, but dorm room by myself trying spending my days kind of on elliptical by trying to way everybody's tiptoeing around me. They don't know what to say we didn't have the same services. Now Thurs, you know, sports, psychologists and mental health experts. So I'm trying to figure out depression on my own, and I'm crying myself asleep, and that here's their dorm room next door and the pollen storm with Ben, you know, sheep, Rockwall and mock art. And result. And he's got bigger Genesis ninety four plug in his life. He would spend all night and never snow. Here's the guys getting ready to have really coming out party and his team. He played good at the end of the year before you know, all good the ball back in Bill. I'm basing our relationships. They know this the good thing. And and he just showed me to this. I so people that not can take me off. I can take him off. But I jump in front of John Kamara without when she because of what he did for me and my family and. And I panicked cry. When I get the sport. But you know, I always say he thinks I badgered all these things he'll gone back. Traffic batteries storyteller. I'm not exaggerating a lot. I don't know if we would've I don't know if I was in a place where I could have done it any longer without that. And I think that's what shape so much who I am now. So I'm saying big in the connection time so big authenticity on so big a truth telling and so they're going to make faith, and it's on so big into things that are way way way treetop type that really matters in life because I experienced in the most raw level in that period of life. Like that was really well said, and it's a story that I would encourage a lot of people to read more about two and knowing getting to know you after the fact, and and knowing all these things, and how genuine they are. It's it's reason why I've always liked as much as I have. There's one or two more questions than I do wanna ask. And I'd like to make it a little lighter in that is as much fun as going home to San Francisco was and I know how important Alex Smith is to you. And even the arguments you and I've had about Alex Smith was Cleveland and even bigger fucking disaster than we knew from the outside. Oh, man. I actually my wife is is like the one thing we argue about all the types of this day. I thought it was great..
"john kamara" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Coming up in just a few minutes here. Also, Tom Cuddy standing by was sports. But I the story six people are under arrest tonight. A number of gambling machines confiscated as well. And WBZ's Carl Stevens reports an alleged gambling operation in southeastern mass is broken up. The target of this investigation was a company out of one's he called television with a number of alleged gambling operations sprinkled across the southeastern part of the state to state attorney general's office announced indictments against that company and six people seventy five year old and tone Olivera of Fall River Clifford Wilson of Dighton Kyodo Faria Fall River, John Kamara of Somerset and the Tertia and Mario to Shera from Fall River. There are a number of charges in the indictment ranging from money laundering and conspiracy to unlawful operation of. Gaming device at thority seized dozens of slot machines and more than one hundred forty thousand dollars in cash Carl Stevens WBZ News Radio ten thirty over now to Tom Cuddy in the as hticket dot com. Sports studio. Join back to Foxborough today his four game suspension over rob gronkowski ankle issue listed as did not participate in today's practice because patriots end Colt Thursday night in Foxborough Salvadorian up and down the Brighton. Practice floor preseason at the garden tomorrow with Cleveland, of course, without LeBron major league baseball the National League Milwaukee in the National League. Milwaukee won the central division over Chicago out west dodgers lead the Rockies to nothing fifth inning. Tom Brady close out today's media available but a little bit different promoting his wife's book, which hits the markets tomorrow and very proud of her for writing things down and share them with. All the money is going to charity. Hurricane water project, which is exceptional. So hopefully, gets me a kiss. Tom Brady is life is good. Tom Cuddy, WBZ radio sports be.
"john kamara" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Problem at all. All in this neighborhood. This was an isolated incident related to that residents between people who knew each other today. The police department announcing this is a murder suicide case, the couple's son is now in the custody of relatives. Sheri, small WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty and the state's high court this week will hear the appeal of a young woman convicted of involuntary manslaughter after sending texts to our suicidal boyfriend urging him to do it to kill himself. La- judge found the shell Carter caused Conrad Roy's death back in two thousand fourteen. But again, this is her appeal will be following it for you closely here in the newsroom it's game. Over for half a dozen people accused of running an illegal gambling, money laundering operation Carl Stevens on this story this according to the state attorney general's office was a big operation. They confiscated several dozen slot machines and more than one hundred forty thousand dollars in cash. Six people in a Swansea. Based company have been indicted charged with legal gambling and money laundering. Among other things this allegedly occur. Erred in a number of locations across southeastern mass. The company is called television. Those indicted are Clifford Wilson of Dighton DO data Faria a Fall River, John Kamara of Somerset and tone Oliveira seventy five years old a Fall River and the Tertia and Mario to Shera of Fall River Carl Stevens WBZ, News Radio ten thirty and coming up in just a few minutes here. What workers are stealing on the job? Jeff Brown without story next over right now. Tom Cuddy in the ace, hticket dot com sports studio. No days off for the patriots this week Thursday night football colts here already a quarter of the way through the season. That was quick Tom Brady is just a big. It's a long process. It's a long season. We've only played four out of the sixteen and hopefully, we're a lot better in October, and we weren't September. And we're gonna need it because we face some good competition and Tom Brady elements back with the team Bruins. Tori crew left ankle injury walking boot now reevaluated in three weeks season opens Wednesday Red Sox awaiting the winner of. Yankees athletics that games Wednesday. Adam Schefter reporting rob gronkowski ankle injury. Not serious but likely out Thursday night baseball National League brewers win the central division. Three one over the cubs. Dodgers in rocky scoreless. Tom Cuddy, WBZ radio. Sports. Just say,.
"john kamara" Discussed on KOMO
"Cancer patients and other conditions that's komo's mary nam reporting there komo news time seven forty to sports desk we go i the mariners open a four game series in baltimore with a five to three victory over the orioles in under appreciated washington husky football star get some welldeserved national attention komo's bill swartz is talking dawgs phil steele's popular end a thorough tated two thousand eighteen college football preview is due out on newsstands tuesday on the cover four of the best players in the country including washington husky recordsetting runner miles gaskin he's now the old man among the u dub bulk carriers but i mean it's always been a family in nassau the big brother oh but i think we just have a lot of fun and i mean i learned from savant john kamara just as much as i learned for me gaskin says he has something to prove after hearing he would only be a mid to low round nfl draft pick graduate to school his long for no reason so that i thought i was better than what people were projecting the absolutely honest i mean come back one way airtime john prove that miles gaskin and the huskies already in summer conditioning work mode with an eye on the two thousand eighteen season opener september first against auburn in atlanta bill swartz talking dawgs on the home of the huskies komo news get to lumber for the renton dog collar between us dogs i just convinced by human upgrade to a new home with a twelve hundred square for bathroom i think she called it a yard with wells fargo two percent and mortgage option my human realized.
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"For the two hundred firefighters attacking from the air while jumping on hot spots a dangerous game of whackamole near john mathis is home over the last night it sounds like one today at one point the fire cutting off the main road trapping residents looking to escape and that is will car reporting in seattle firefighters respond to one hundred twenty thousand calls your they see everything for medical emergencies people in mental crisis two fires in homeless camps komo's jennifer sullivan reports seattle's fire chief says their relationship with seattle police has become critical to call volumes gone up at the complexity of the calls has gone up tremendously wayne assistant chief brian hastings became a seattle firefighter in the nineteen eighties they're worth the tense the hazardous drug needles and he says you didn't have to constantly watch your back it's a delicate balance between maintaining your focus and keeping aware that you need to keep your options open that option hastings says is knowing when to call for police backup that call is something firefighters are now being asked to do more often channel fire department has just started a new policy that we'll stipulate how many firefighters will respond to a call to protect them from violence and underappreciated washington tin husky football star gets well deserved national attention komo's bill swartz is talking dawgs phil steele's popular end a thorough tated two thousand eighteen college football preview is due out on newsstands tuesday on the cover four of the best players in the country including washington husky recordsetting runner miles gaskin he's now the old man among the u dub bulk carriers but i mean it's always been a family and there's the big brother role but i think we just have a lot of fun and i mean i learned from savant john kamara just as much as i learned for me gaskin says he has something to prove after hearing he would only be a mid to low round nfl draft pick graduate to school with his long for no reason so that i thought i was better than what people were projecting it'd be absolutely honest i mean come back one more year in china john prove that miles gaskin and the huskies already in summer conditioning work mode with an eye on the two thousand eighteen season opener september first against auburn in atlanta bill swartz talking dawgs on the home of the huskies komo news to promote my new flower shop.
"john kamara" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source
"All right dr radio hails the five sixty john rushed jim camper dennis reussir from extreme out repair here with us marty in colorado springs you are next good morning john kamara mark thanks for calling i enjoy all your code by thank you sir appreciate that very much ninety luke concord uh that car hailed like newer cars do i re procedure to count the miles after an oil change i don't remember i don't think the ninety chrysler did handle what prompts might call is uh got a hard twenty thousand miles on it been in a family since new it's been wealth taking care of k uh got an oil change two thousand miles who go couldn't go to the gm dealer like i normally go to everybody was backed up and i was trying to get out of town on trip took it took some quickie lube whatever and it was okay on that trip but now now uh especially after oil warmed up that oil light comes on extremely dim like like it's borderline oil pressure or something in a moment any hundred and thirty one hundred butler twenty tori yeah and it's a concert not a see bring right uh yes redick linked to and because i think from from what i'm looking at i believe i know the cebrian said a reset procedure but i can't remember whether the concord did or didn't i'm sorry i'm among i'm off on that one i dunno the one thing is that which you're having no isn't going to do with a check engine light on earth the more resetting where oil light will you gotta you have a problem with either the the center or on russia or low on pressure and the and the lights just barely turning on you you need to get that looked at how the fuel pressure check her the oil pressure chest not a good thing what one thing it would pop into my head owes it possible to be related to oil that was used could be if the ice lynn there nor yeah that's i've looked at the dipstick i don't see see an issue with it it still clean a gay seem excrete extremely thin the other thing that would be worth checking on that as well on back to jim got me thinking little closer to be the oil filter that they used on the car also the sort of thing another one to look as though quick no offence a.
"john kamara" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Be like twenty five hundred dollars at least here but they said it might not achieve the best results a cost per wear but they will be the most interesting the only thing i would say is if you're the cocktail party might want to avoid this because god no those what might happen soon are actually a really producing these they didn't just do it as a stunt for their are show you know it doesn't seem that they did the i mean i you know i mean they shouted in the show but it doesn't seem around that it was supposed to be a joke but i have to kinda below that it was just really wanted luke john kamara thumb really want to get the evening rolling this is the hotel was key here is one that i know you are a you were a harry potter fan all the books right i'm reading the first one right now with my nine year old but you've read them before and not all of them boy i have it because my son started the 12yearold descended of leg skipping ahead without me we started our reading together and then he left me and sorry this i don't think you're going to want to tell either of them about this but now the grownup harry potter fans i have their own lingerie okay so yes the lingerie the brand called yandi why a n d why and they have uh developed this set they called a spellbinding sets that is geared more towards grown up gif giffin doors is that what they're called rid of him the harry potter i was really on are never too old for my on doesn't interest me i don't know i i've seen like one of the move you know here's the funny thing and i would say if you have a kid who it long ago i mean lots of kids of red a millions of times but my 12yearold keeps wandering into the room when the 9yearold deny our reading and you i didn't expect him to do that because he's read the books on his own run i'd maybe even twice but he keeps coming in and he's totally get it he's and he's like bursting like he just wanted to like staff and the nineyearold is i don't know could stop targeting stop talking but he's like oh my gosh everything means something every person they're mentioning this is going to be important listen carefully this is going to matter it's kind of amazing well this you don't want him to read.