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Fresh update on "kay s" discussed on KNX Evening News
"I'm Brian Ping Our top local story at 10 30 Governor Newsome may implement a stay at home water for all 51, California counties that air in the purple tears, Some says. I see youse are on track to be overflowing in a few weeks unless things drastically change. That's the lay of the land. In terms of the red flags that are flying night yellow flags, the red flags. They're fine in terms of the trajectory and our projections of Both Dr Marr Galley is the state secretary of health and human Services. We know that it takes about two weeks. So a few days ago when we had a case level of 18,000 plus cases in the state. What that tells us is that's not yet impacted the hospitals the emergency rooms. The ICUs, California is preparing for an influx of sick covert patients to hospitals with extra beds and nearly 900 Health Corps workers on standby. Emily Valadez Kay next 10 70 news radio. Animal. That's how l. A county public health director Dr Robert for Air describes the current surge of Corona virus infections and hospitalization from November 13th 2 November 26. Average daily hospitalizations of people with covered 19. Increased 93%. From 974 people to 1884 as I mentioned. Today's number of people currently hospitalized is 2185 counties reporting more than 5100 new infections that comes on a Monday with a number usually is low because of weekend reporting lags more than 400,000. People have tested positive for the virus since the beginning of the pandemic. Test positivity rate is currently 9.4%. It was below 4% just a month ago. Another 17 people have passed away. The death toll in L. A county stands above 7600. Three cities that rely on revenue from casinos and card rooms in order to operate. Local services are demanding that the Board of Supervisors granted exemption from what they call excessive restrictions laid down by the county Health Department. Those cities are Hawaiian Gardens, Bell Gardens and Commerce, Commerce, Mayor Ivan Altamirano says When the health department initially imposed closures, the casinos stepped up to improve safety of significant cost. We are very unhappy that they are shutting down I mean, the casino spent over a million dollars to go above and beyond, to keep people safe, and and we're still getting shut down. Even with those changes, Altamirano is accusing the health Department of Unequal Inspection standards is compared to other cities. But I've seen that they're focused a lot more in city of commerce. I mean, they show up to a lot of our restaurants and retail places and the casino when they're not showing up to other areas in other cities, three cities they're hinting that unless the health Department stops what they called, it's one size fits all mandate. See, create their own health department and impose more realistic operating standards. Pete Demetriou, KNX 10 70 News Radio, The city of Long Beach is trying to secure $5 million from the second federal covert 19 stimulus package to help out local restaurants. Mayor.
Police Raid House of Maradona Doctor
"Being investigated for possible manslaughter following the death off the Argentine football legend earlier this week, police and one side is search Leopoldo Lucas house and private clinic for evidence of negligence after Maradona's daughter's gave statements questioning their father's medical care. He died of a heart attack on Wednesday. He was 60. It was days after being discharged from hospital following an operation to remove a blood clot in his brain. Marcela Mora eat or alcohol is a football writer in border Silas. She began by telling me how the investigation unfolded. It emerged that he was found or pronounced dead at around midday on the 25th of November on then, a little investigation started as to when he had last been seen alive, and it appeared that it hadn't been since 11 p.m. the night before, which seemed like rather a long time for somebody who's allegedly under medical supervision. Various people had to Give their accounts. What was incredibly married on in if you like was the doctor in charge of the team gave a press conference because he's obviously scared. I mean, it's impossible to know whether There will be any criminal charges found or levied against anybody. It's almost like we now want to find somebody guilty for murdering his death because it's such a terrible Unimaginable, painful event. I want some of that news conference. He already was. It was uncomfortable, and he got quite emotional at the end. Didn't hear me And I guess he feels like the fingers sort of being pointed at him in so I mean, it is, isn't it? But I guess the idea that everybody in the country still mourning Taken. Maradona's death is now focusing on him. I'd like to be quite careful about saying everybody in the country is morning. A lot of people are very angry at the public. Funeral and the mixing of folks and there's been some angry letters written, and it's not even a political issue. Just people saying Look, we've all lost our relatives and I loved ones dying alone. Now This is kind of almost trump in White House Rose Garden type event what the doctor explained today, Maradona was medically discharged. He was in full control of the situation, and he could have dismissed any of us any point. He didn't want medical care. Eventually, the doctor just broke down. I think he's in a mixture of both fear and possibly sadness. 15 years ago when he had his stomach stapling operation, his doctor at the time. Dr Kay, who had been his position friend, his life told me in an interview that they went to recovering Cuba because Cuba was the only country in the world that would let them And because nobody wants married, don there to die in the on their patch. That's the literal quote from the doctor. Nobody wants married honor to die on their patch because of the absolute chaos that wouldn't see you. And I think we're getting a snippet. Now of what's probably to come. It won't just stay focused on these few hours before his death. Marcela Mora e Arauco, speaking to the area from point a scientist.
Philadelphia Shoppers Encouraged To Shop Local On Small Business Saturday
"For a local shops has never been more important than it is for a small businesses on small business Saturday, 2020 Many boutique businesses are struggling to stay afloat. Here's Kay Wanda believes had danced cousin. It's the start of the holiday shopping season here in old City was unlike previous years were, you know, following all the capacity restrictions that we have to follow. That's Andrew Campbell, He manages a small distillery and bar supply shop called Art In the Age. We are trying to keep it, you know as safely normal as possible. The resident Marybeth Gasman says. There's nothing normal about the impact Corona virus has had on this neighborhood. Oh, it's had a complete impact. I mean, you can see boarded up places There are Lots of places that have gone out of business, Isabelle Calvinists of Abington came here told city with her family to kick off her holiday shopping. It's just really sad, like like supposed supposed to to be be a a big big day day for for small small businesses, businesses, and and a a lot lot of of them them aren't aren't open, open, Campbell Campbell says. says. They've They've had had to to innovate. innovate. We're We're trying trying to to just just stay stay as as relevant relevant as as possible possible with with all all those those different different ways ways that that you you can can order. order. But But with with so so many many businesses businesses depended on foot traffic, Assam worries what will happen to real estate, the economy and her standard of living. If they don't make it through the coronavirus. I worry about the whole ecosystem of everything going on and how it's all connected. Yeah, I'm very well. Read about that in
Thanksgiving Food Drive In New Jersey Breaks Records
"The food and secure and Morristown or having a Great Thanksgiving, thanks to the success of an annual food driving, Okay, Whatever. Just Kimberly Adams joins us in Kim. Apparently this food drive broke some records. Yes, Indeed. This year's a horse Town Homeschool Association, Thanksgiving food drive, collected Maura turkeys and pies than ever before. So, says Chairperson Ronnie to Brady. Our goal was originally to collect 315 turkeys and pies. And we ended up exceeding that by collecting 403 turkeys and 387 pies. So it was really wonderful to see that this book Donated from residents went to places like Mend housing, which is a faith based, affordable housing community and 20 Oaks, which is the county social service agency. Brady says the group of volunteers, you know they kind of thought maybe there might be some setbacks due to the pandemic, but they were pleasantly surprised. And we're more than happy to help out being in a pandemic of being closed up into our houses and wanting to try to do something, even if it's something little giving a turkey or pie. I mean, such a big difference to the families who receive those by the way, it only took four. Was to collect all of this food, and there were even some leftovers to go to some food pantries nearby. And you know, you certainly love to see it. That's Kay. Whatever use Kimberly Adams telling, telling us
‘Hear Us Out’: Philadelphia Gym Owners Joining Forces To Push Back Against Latest Shutdown
"Dozens of Philadelphia area gym owners have come together to challenge the city's recent covert 19 restrictions that have shut their businesses through the end of the year. Okay. What abuse Community Affairs reporter Terry Greg? It tells us she hears from a gym owner who says that many are on the brink of shutting down for good. Jamie Sudden is co owner of James Fitness. She's part of the Philadelphia Fitness Coalition of Group of about 30 Fitness studio owners in the city. What is this done for your business? And what changes have you made? We had two studios and unfortunately we've come down to one because we had to shut it down. We've done changes. As far as we have masks mandated. We have social distancing in place. We take temperatures. We have even increased cleaning. From what we previously had. We have reduced capacity of our numbers, and we have zero transmission in our gyms. We have followed the rules that the city put in place and they are working. And we'd like to continue to be able to do that. Why did you form this coalition? We felt like we were left to our own devices from the city without any help. You know, Some people have rent deferment from landlords and some don't And so this is a really great way for us to come together to have a collective to figure out how we can work towards keeping everyone safe and keep our businesses open. The gym owners say their track 318,000 visits discovered 33 positive covert 19 cases and zero transmissions inside of there, Jim back to you. That's Kay. Whatever used Terry Greg, our community affairs reporter with Maura on what Jim's air dealing with right now. Trying to deal with this covert 19 outbreak
The rise in Americans' food insecurity
"For so many Americans who are having trouble putting food on the table. Food insecurity has been on the rise during the pandemic. Kay what abuse? Lynn Atkins tells US researchers have found another more another reason that we need to tackle this crisis. Food insecurity is one of the nation's leading health and nutrition issues, and it's killing us, according to doctors to meet Kitana. Instructor of cardiovascular medicine at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in the U. S for non elderly adults, So that's the 22 64 year old population with increases in food and security levels. There was an increase in death from cardiovascular disease, and this was after accounting for changes in several other factors like unemployment rates in an area poverty levels. Changes in the racial and ethnic demographic and profiles etcetera, he says. One reason for this deadly association could be that those who can't afford to put healthy food on the table. Also, like the money to buy the heart medications prescribed by their doctors. Lynn Egg Kids, K Y.
COVID-19 vaccine distribution faces logistical challenges
"Distribution of the code vaccine, the biggest health operation and L. A history. The question is, Can the bureaucracy pull it off? It's going to be a major undertaking. The backbone of the distribution system Early on will be hospitals and pharmacies. Dr. Richard Sidemen from L A care says many hospitals and pharmacies are already in touch with the state to register is covert 19 vaccine providers. They'll also have to meet the criteria needed to take on the task. Including how to store the vaccine properly. I'm sure people have heard about challenges of properly storing the Fizer vaccine, which requires ultra cold storage at minus 70 C before it's thought and eventually brought down to room temperature for injection into patients. Dr Seidman says They're anticipating tens of millions of doses to be made available before the end of the year. Chris Eden's Kay Next 10 70 news radio. There's been a lot of vaccine euphoria of lace, but Local scientist warns. We are still far from that finish line. There are multiple hurdles, and we appear to have cleared the first, says Dr Peter Cantona, clinical professor of medicine and public health at U C. L. A to divide the time period into the research, part of it, getting it out and then the production and distribution the research part. Getting it out is pretty much a done deal. I feel very comfortable that the efficacy and safety of these vaccines the first two, and then the more that are coming out are good. But then there's the distribution he does. We've never had to produce such a large quantity of vaccine in such a short time before. Or let alone the potential problems involving cold storage and the need for multiple doses per person. But Gaetano says, we appear to be on our way and we need to stay vigilant against the virus. In the meantime, Brian paying KNX 10 70 NewsRadio respected
Atlanta-based Delta avoids US tariffs by sending new Airbus jets on a world tour
"Yeah, they're still happening. China, Of course. Also we have put import taxes on a bunch of European goods. French wine Scotch whisky, Also Airbus airplanes. But Delta Airlines, a buyer of the aforementioned Airbus's has been reading the tariff, fine print and it has been paying off, said Philip wrote the story for Bloomberg. Welcome to the program. Thank you, Kay. So in in layman's terms here if you could. What is Delta doing with these new planes? Yes. Oh, does that's doing something really interesting with the new plans and instead of usually flying them to the U. S, as they have in the past. What they've done instead is fly these planes overseas. Essentially if the plane has any hours and flight, aside from the delivery to the U. S, and testing that would make it a use plan and no longer subject of tariffs because the tariffs only applied new planes. Very tricky. You gotta know the laws. So give me an example. They Delta plunks down. However much money. It is for a new Airbus And it takes off and flies to wear and does what Sure. So take one plane example. The A 3 21. Delta bought a plane from ever US, which was built in Hamburg. The plane flew from Hamburg to El Salvador. It stayed there for over two weeks. And then from there, it flew to the Cayman Islands and then a chance. Atlanta and, most recently, that plane's been flying between Atlanta and Montego Bay, and it has shaved the company. How much money would you guess? So based on the list prices of the aircraft it could have saved as much as 270 million, although airlines don't actually pay the list price for planes, and so the true savings could be much smaller than that, given that most airlines get massive discounts on new plane purchases, But still, Delta has decided it's worth it to go through this goat rope just to not have to pay. However many millions even single digit millions of dollars. It isn't Paris. Absolutely. I mean, the U. S. Has collected over $55 million in tariffs in the last one year or source and said Arabs came in what I hear you saying is that other airlines are not doing what Delta is doing. And they are paying that there's Yeah, that would seem like it. It would seem like those airlines are being charged with tariffs. We should be clear to. This is 100% legal, right? I mean Delta's going by the letter of the law. Absolutely. I mean, the entire strategy rests on the language that classifies the plane as you was once they've flown for any reason other than for testing and delivery. Even as clever as it might be. And as money saving, as it might be. There is some institutional inertia and some inefficiencies that Delta is dealing with here, right? Absolutely. I mean, the fact that they wouldn't really be able to import those plane directly into the US and obviously, that means you have to sort of find places for those planes. In the meantime, it does have some impact on the efficiency. But then remember that you have the covert crisis of the moment. And that sort of helps because you don't need so many plans at the moment, given the fact that there's so many plans that on the ground at the moment, and airlines are trying everything that they can to save money, so this is one sort of tool in the arsenal. Said.
No federal charges in Washington DC police shooting of Deon Kay
"Of D C police officer will not face criminal civil rights charges in the shooting death of an 18 year old man back in September. Police say Dion Kay was running from officers in Southeast D C with a gun in his hand shooting which took place on our streets. Southeast and Congress Heights touched off a syriza protests. Prosecutors say they cannot prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the MPD officer who shot K committed willful violations of federal law. Officers at the time, responded to calls about people displaying firearms in a parked car. Prosecutors go on to say the police body worn camera footage show Okay, holding a gun in his right hand and raising it around the same time the officer fired while the investigation is closed at the federal level. The D C. Auditors probe in the matter is still ongoing.
U.S. coronavirus death toll passes 250,000
"The country. Pennsylvania just recorded its highest number of new cases and the U. S death toll has reached a very tragic milestone here. Kay would have used Jimenez. Joining us live this morning with more on this good morning to him. Good morning, Carol. Yeah, there have been 250,000 coronavirus related deaths in the U. S. According to Johns Hopkins University That is 18.5% of the of the deaths around the world related to Cove. It Locally, Pennsylvania just hit its record high 6339 new confirmed cases to put in perspective of how bad it has gotten a month ago there around 1200 new cases daily hospitalizations way up close to 3000 and state. Go back a month ago again. It was in the 800. So that's a huge difference. Health officials, of course, very concerned about community spread to people who have the virus but don't have any symptoms passing, passing it along to others. Yes, the vast majority of people who get the virus don't get seriously sick. But there are cases of seemingly healthy people getting very ill or, unfortunately, much worse. So Carol, Health officials are emphasizing mask wearing distancing,
Rudy Gutierrez Charged With Bridgeview Car Theft, Kidnapping Of 4-Year-Old Liam Barbarasa in Chicago
"The amber alert from Monday night. A 28 year old man is now facing charges of car theft and kidnapping a four year old bridge viewed boy who was inside the vehicle, The man charged Rudy Gutierrez. Police in Bridgeview say he was outside a 7 11 Monday evening and jumped in the minivan and stole it after the driver went inside the store. Get his four year old son, Liam, a slice of pizza. Bridgeview Police commander David Kay says the driver had left his wallet inside the minivan and that Gutierrez used the driver's credit card on the northwest side of Chicago near where he left the minivan. With Liam Still inside, Commander Case says Thanks to an FBI task force member who recognized Gutierrez from security video, Gutierrez was spotted back in the Bridgeview area and arrested this officer had saw. Who he thought. Was this a suspect coming back in the bridge. You having known that he was Irving Park and Pulaski. We were quite frankly, a little hard to believe. But Commander case as it turned out to be the same man Steve Miller News Radio, one of 5.9 FM like
‘Standing Up For Our Patients’: Philadelphia Nurses On Strike Over Alleged Staffing Issues, Wages As COVID-19 Cases Soar
"Starting medical center says it has reached a tentative agreement with its 1000 unionized nurses sidestepping a strike, but Kay Wide avenues Kim Glovis reports nurses at ST Mary Medical Center in Langhorne, Bucks County. Are staging a two day walk out The issues in both cases are safe staffing and wages. 800 members of past NAP The Pennsylvania Association of Staff, Nurses and Allied Professionals hit the picket lines Tuesday morning at ST Mary Medical Center and will remain there until Thursday. Maureen May is president of past net, She says ST Mary and its parent company, Trinity Health, are not addressing either of those issues and wanted to have Hey, Stan Thing you need to provide the the Northeast Northeast take take care care of of the the bedside. bedside. In In order order to to have have the the number number of of nurses nurses needed needed the the bedside. bedside. You You have have to to provide provide proper proper compensation, compensation, so so it's it's one one big big package, package, Trinity Trinity Health says. Although the nurses are striking for two days, it will take five days for hospital to ramp up its staff with replacement nurses may responds. It's going to take them five days. It's it's a lock out and Have been on strike in the past and you go back in and you hit the ground running just like we hit the ground running when the call came. Trinity Health says it's ready to resume negotiations when the strike is over,
Diwali Came Early This Year: Hindus Celebrate Kamala Harris Victory
"A new meaning today with Vice President elect Kamila Harris being of Indian descent. Diwali is the Hindu Festival of Lights. It's a celebration of an ancient victory of Lord Rama. But this year there's another reason for Indian Americans to celebrate. Indian community is obviously very related, as Kamala Harris is achievement. And having been elected to serve as vice president. Jack Farmer is a board member of the Pasadena Hindu temple, he tells can ex he hopes Vice President elect Harris makes it easier for highly skilled people like scientists and engineers. Money. You are Indian to get work immigration visas. She can be a good ambassador to make international relations between India and China and India and Pakistan. Better right now, they're not on very good terms. Hopefully, that will be improved because of covered the majority of Los Angeles Diwali celebrations will be online, Emily Val DAYS Kay Next 10 70 news radio Covert 19 has
Global coronavirus cases surpass 50 million
"19 cases reported worldwide is the past 50 million. The world is coming up on in nearly a year with Cove in 19 in our lives. It was December 2019 that Kay if I put out its first report about a mysterious flu like illness in China, now, more than 1.2 million people have died, including more than 237,000 Americans.
Republican John Cornyn wins reelection to U.S. Senate from Texas
"Senator John Cornyn is won reelection over M. J. Hagar in Texas. Is Senate race Those re elected to Congress tonight, Mark me see Michael Burgess, Kay Granger, Colin Allred and Van Taylor.
Election Live Updates: Race narrows to key states as outcome remains unclear
"Donald Trump has 58% of the vote to Joe Biden's 40% in Pennsylvania. Right now in the state attorney general Race Heather Hyderabad has pulled ahead of Josh Shapiro. She has 55% Timothy before now leads in the state auditor general race with 58% in the treasurer's race. Stacy Garrity has 57% Congressional races in the 14th Die Russian dollar has 66% 15th Congressional district Glen Thompson leads with 77% in the 16th Mike Kelly has 71% in the 17th district. Connor Lamb is ahead with 52% Mike Doyle leads in the 18th with 85% in the Statehouse in the 21st district. Sarah in Morocco has 83% of the vote. Other leaders are bred in Marko's sick, Emily scope ofthe Listen God, you're showman and Frank Dermody for complete election coverage and updates log onto Katie kay radio dot
Suspect Arrested In Fatal South Los Angeles Hit-And-Run That Killed Father
"Southland residents are not only seeing a big spike in murders. They're also dealing with an endless number of severe or fatal hit and run cases, Authorities say. One of them though, just got solved. Police say the suspect was driving a stolen vehicle when he slammed into a dad riding bikes with his two young Children. On July 8th. The dad was fatally injured. The kids were hurt, and the suspect took off on foot through various investigative leads. We were able to identify 26 year old voice of Los Angeles. He was already in jail for something else when they caught up to him, But now he's being held on $2 million bail for hitting and killing. Jorge Guerra, Sarah's daughter says the grieving family is grateful, but they want to see the end of all the carnage from hit and run cases. What happened to my father was just one of the many casualties caused here in South Los Angeles. Traffic violence, the officer notes. The drivers must stop after hitting somebody, or else the consequences are much more severe. It actually compounds the matter into further, more serious charge is, in fact, a suspect in this case is facing a murder account. In addition to a list of other charges in south L, A. John Baird, Kay and X 10 70 NewsRadio,
Three Western states join California in screening any FDA-approved coronavirus vaccine
"Are joining California's efforts to review the safety and efficacy of a potential Covad 19 vaccine. Is Kay CBS's Cappie Novak reports. The governor says the process will not cause any rollout to be delayed amid concerns that vaccine development has become politicized and that people may be skeptical. Even if the vaccine gets FDA approval. California is partnering with other states in the region on independent reviews. Governor Gavin Newsom. We're not just going to take someone's assurance we're going to make sure That we are objectively reviewing on DH be able to put our stamp of approval. The state is giving its approval for more counties to progress along its Covad reopening tier system. Marin Contra Costa, San Matteo and Santa Cruz are all moving from the red tear into orange, meaning risk is considered moderate so counties can loosen restrictions on some businesses and activities. State Health Secretary Mark Galley says it's part of continuing progress. If we go way back to the beginning of our tier system. We had 38 counties and purple quite a bit of movement. Today, Nine counties remain in the most restrictive purple tear. Sonoma County, the only one of those in the Bay Area. Kathy Novak, KCBS San Francisco mayor London
"kay s" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast
"I love that and I love that you have all kinds of Latinos and I love your gifts with all the words. It was definitely necessary in Mike. Correctly I think when we think of our community thinks of powerful Mu Peta's it's always fifty that and Selena right so much. So that people outside of our community that's the only two women that they will always in forever bring up right right. Commercialized them right. Wing costumes now. Next week pretty upset but you know so I took it upon myself to like try to educate myself and educate the community on like other women that are doing work or a have the work in the past and their stories unfortunately have been buried. So it's having to do a lot of like research myself in, sit there and go dig through the Internet for these stories, bring awareness to it amend. To Jackson the stickers that I created when I was first looking for stickers on Instagram I kept coming when I look Spanish or Latino ball interested I was at and I was like no that can't just be that's not it. That's it for and I really wanted to create words and phrases that empowered US staying away from Chunk La Stain was really important to me too as again. That's another like. In it's overly you so much and I wanted to get away from all of that as much as I could I love it for many reasons because Brown people are not in a box. And having your lived experience of assisting in your existing in. L.. A. And in Houston all three places are they could not be more different. Point different I'm glad people are seen what? No it's completely different but at the nose in Houston are very different from experience that people on East Coast half on individuals on the West. coast. But it was very interesting to observe all of it and be right in it and I learned a ally learned so much from it totally something that I talk about a lot. That's my lived experiences that I was born here but I grew up in Mahyco and so my experiences completely different when they say are you first generation? I'm like yeah and I also feel like I'm an emigrant but I do have the. Privilege of being a US citizen. So I have to acknowledge that I'm also a part one get any need of they're letting US below says right that they're so different. So you have the ones that are second third generation. You have the ones that are first generation. You have the ones that arrived to this country older all the pinks and it's very hard to communicate to all those women. It's so hard because you know you can't appeal to everyone with every single posed somewhat relate some won't some will demand more of this less of that my gotten so many the ends of people trying to correct me. Trying, to dictate what kind of content should be sharing I've gotten asked to stop writing captions that include because sprinkle in words in Spanish I'll get women who are like, what are you doing? You shouldn't encourage that. John Yeah. Why am I spring clean English with Spanish and I'm like well if I write an entire caption Spanish I'm going to isolate a lot of women who might not be comfortable fully comfortable reading something in Spanish. And I find that happening to me sometimes to where I'll see a full caption in Spanish. I'm like I get this moment of like over overwhelmed I'm.
"kay s" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast
"Nestle seen us Being they're playing with a cleaning supplies in sitting in like the VP's desk in like how this is so cool like my parents working last seen us it wasn't until I was actually working in Lhasa facing. And I would be working weight and then I would see the the cleaners cleaning crew It would be such a moment of like and sometimes I would sit on my desk and I could feel myself getting ready to cry 'cause I would be like working and then I would see them look at me and then I would look at them and we had like this like one verb on spoken yeah communicating were saying something in I would hand over my trash when they would come near me and I would help them in there would be Meka dig handle Meka it would always be like I can't give up and I can't give this up because this was me this will make parents you know we need to be in B. Space is not just you know thought of as you know lower totally. I. Love It. I mean I think that's powerful tone. So then you leave New York and you're like, I'm going to go to Elena. And did the same thing I. Think saying, and I was Oh having that conversation with my parents..
"kay s" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast
"K. Welcome to government palm thank you so much for having me. . I'm so excited to be here and tastes space with you I'm excited. . Let's dive in. . Let's dive in. . Tell us who these K- what's your heritage I am Mexican American first generation. . My family is from automakers go first generation. . So you were born here yet I was born in Houston Texas Houston Nice you've left in a lot of places. . Yes. . So I lived in New York New York. . was really a five year. . Plan. . which turned into an eight year adventure and after the eight year mark I was like you know what it's time to move again. . So the West Coast was calling at, , it was time to make that big jump. . So I've been jumping around coast to coast. . Now let's talk about what made you decide to go to New York. . It's so interesting because it kind of relates to what's happening now in terms of the economy recession and reading the happening. . So when I graduated graduated during the recession. . It was very difficult time to. . New in my specific industry will for everyone just graduated in trying to build their career might track was very specific in communications and advertising and being in Texas. . I was so limited to what roles rick available to me and I really needed to think about my career was a very hard decision to make need my family being the first in my family to say peace everybody. . Being. The . eldest in a female, , it was hard but I needed and I really had this desire to accomplish my dreams career. . Wise. . So really wasn't planned in my head. . I was like eventually I'm going to move to New York. . So a friend invited me to her wedding. . She was originally from Houston she moved to New York. . She met someone amazing. . She was you know having her wedding she sent me the invite and I went to the wedding and it was only supposed to be for the weekend. . So I had obviously packed lightly and then the night before my fly I was the Brooklyn Bridge with a friend and I said you know what? ? I don't think I'm going back home. . What girl your flight is like at five in the morning. . Midnight where you talking about he's like, , where are you going to stay and I was like you know what I think this is it. . I think this is my moment and I miss my fly and I called my parents that five in the morning. . So I literally woke them up my dad the phone and I could hear my mom and she was automatically like worried like who is it and why is she calling? ? So early like what's happening I was three in the morning. . It was like around two o'clock <unk>. . So they automatically you know freaked out and I told my dad, , you know he was just waking up so you could hear his yeezy could hear him like confused and he was like dusted. . And I was like, , Yeah Pa. . Did limit that. . Go Gin. . And They Like I'll figure it out I. . Think I'M GONNA. . Have a few friends that I went to college with and I'm just into a little couch surfing and that's what I did and it was the craziest thing that I had ever done in my life that no one thought that I was boy to ever do because I was always you know I was sheltered and that was my journey to new. . York was like, , okay I'm here I'm going to go through this five years just build my resume and go back to my family five years turned into eight and you know that's really how I moved to New York it was just really wanting to reach my dreams and see how much I can accomplish on my own I. Love . it after that phone call with your dad and your one suitcase. . So you bounced couch served all that stuff. So . because if people are listening there like you know I want to take off and like just do it right especially in the middle of a recession. . What was the first thing you did? ? Well to prepare for that was I created a list of all the places that I wanted to work at. . So I already had like a vision in terms of like, , okay. . Where these are the companies I'm going to fight to make sure that I was prepared in terms of like my portfolio examples I only had one internship when I. . Finished College. . So I didn't have too much like actual work to show at a lot of like comps in examples of what I could create but I had a strong portfolio might professor reviewed all of that I had resume that again, , my professors have looked at and I had that list at working list of like, , okay. . These are the companies that I'm going to hit up and. . I that's exactly what I had with me. . I didn't have a lot of money had four thousand dollars to my name and anyone who has been to New York or knows New York that's nothing. . Right while name that is not and it was you know sitting at McDonald's and eating the dollar menu the cheeseburgers in the coffees in sitting there with my notebook in my laptop my. . Old Laptop in like scratching now, , agencies that I had a I to like motivating myself every day on top of the pressure like my parents constantly calling checking in on me and wanted to know my progress was
Trusting Yourself with Kay Lopez
"K. Welcome to government palm thank you so much for having me. I'm so excited to be here and tastes space with you I'm excited. Let's dive in. Let's dive in. Tell us who these K- what's your heritage I am Mexican American first generation. My family is from automakers go first generation. So you were born here yet I was born in Houston Texas Houston Nice you've left in a lot of places. Yes. So I lived in New York New York. was really a five year. Plan. which turned into an eight year adventure and after the eight year mark I was like you know what it's time to move again. So the West Coast was calling at, it was time to make that big jump. So I've been jumping around coast to coast. Now let's talk about what made you decide to go to New York. It's so interesting because it kind of relates to what's happening now in terms of the economy recession and reading the happening. So when I graduated graduated during the recession. It was very difficult time to. New in my specific industry will for everyone just graduated in trying to build their career might track was very specific in communications and advertising and being in Texas. I was so limited to what roles rick available to me and I really needed to think about my career was a very hard decision to make need my family being the first in my family to say peace everybody. Being. The eldest in a female, it was hard but I needed and I really had this desire to accomplish my dreams career. Wise. So really wasn't planned in my head. I was like eventually I'm going to move to New York. So a friend invited me to her wedding. She was originally from Houston she moved to New York. She met someone amazing. She was you know having her wedding she sent me the invite and I went to the wedding and it was only supposed to be for the weekend. So I had obviously packed lightly and then the night before my fly I was the Brooklyn Bridge with a friend and I said you know what? I don't think I'm going back home. What girl your flight is like at five in the morning. Midnight where you talking about he's like, where are you going to stay and I was like you know what I think this is it. I think this is my moment and I miss my fly and I called my parents that five in the morning. So I literally woke them up my dad the phone and I could hear my mom and she was automatically like worried like who is it and why is she calling? So early like what's happening I was three in the morning. It was like around two o'clock So they automatically you know freaked out and I told my dad, you know he was just waking up so you could hear his yeezy could hear him like confused and he was like dusted. And I was like, Yeah Pa. Did limit that. Go Gin. And They Like I'll figure it out I. Think I'M GONNA. Have a few friends that I went to college with and I'm just into a little couch surfing and that's what I did and it was the craziest thing that I had ever done in my life that no one thought that I was boy to ever do because I was always you know I was sheltered and that was my journey to new. York was like, okay I'm here I'm going to go through this five years just build my resume and go back to my family five years turned into eight and you know that's really how I moved to New York it was just really wanting to reach my dreams and see how much I can accomplish on my own I. Love it after that phone call with your dad and your one suitcase. So you bounced couch served all that stuff. So because if people are listening there like you know I want to take off and like just do it right especially in the middle of a recession. What was the first thing you did? Well to prepare for that was I created a list of all the places that I wanted to work at. So I already had like a vision in terms of like, okay. Where these are the companies I'm going to fight to make sure that I was prepared in terms of like my portfolio examples I only had one internship when I. Finished College. So I didn't have too much like actual work to show at a lot of like comps in examples of what I could create but I had a strong portfolio might professor reviewed all of that I had resume that again, my professors have looked at and I had that list at working list of like, okay. These are the companies that I'm going to hit up and. I that's exactly what I had with me. I didn't have a lot of money had four thousand dollars to my name and anyone who has been to New York or knows New York that's nothing. Right while name that is not and it was you know sitting at McDonald's and eating the dollar menu the cheeseburgers in the coffees in sitting there with my notebook in my laptop my. Old Laptop in like scratching now, agencies that I had a I to like motivating myself every day on top of the pressure like my parents constantly calling checking in on me and wanted to know my progress was
"kay s" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast
"Have conversations with our parents because generational differences, cultural differences, language differences, all of that happens and remember this conversation happened a week after the. Murder of George Floyd said things were volatile for lack of a better word. Now, if you are in a space where you feel like giving up definitely listened to this episode, I recommend putting your headphones on go for a walk and enjoy the story. There's one is not a super long episode so you can totally do it on a walk. If you have a dog, go walk your dog if not, you know listen to however but this one is really good one. If you are in a space, you feel defeated right now he to see my here's my conversation.
"kay s" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast
"The fearless break barriers change lives, and make this world a better place. Welcome to episode one, hundred and seventy nine of combat. Today we have a conversation with Gate Labus. K. is them ahead behind Latina's Bowler Otis she is a first generation. Mexican, American born in Houston Texas and currently recites in California everything she does is created with the desire to empower our community amplifier history and inspire each other. Let us both also celebrates both past and present letting us it was created in two thousand and seventeen and their. Mission has always been to inspire the modern, day Mahar by celebrating to her roots and encouraging her to stay connected to her Dura language and on listeners we're catching up with interviews I did back in March and April, and let me give you a little behind the scenes of what happened from the pandemic hits. Suddenly everyone is in this space of announced while at the same time, we have time because we don't know what's going to happen. So we give 'em team began filling up my time with interviews with the people that we had been in conversations with before because finally we found a way to. A liner time together finally or calendars opened up and we were like, okay, this is the time to make this happen, and then we realized that we had a huge backlog of interviews. The world was rapidly changing and all of a sudden the conversations we had a month before had to be rearranged, and here we are. So we still have about ten more episodes that were recorded months ago. However, you could be listening to this in the year twenty thirty. So all of this doesn't matter if you are catching up or if you are currently listening remember I'm all about transparency and will continue to hear. Me Say. This was recorded by marriage or this was back in one ever and I say this also so you have context of how we speak because in a matter of months from payments two weeks. The way we talked about covid nineteen the way we talked about the murder of George Floyd the way we talked about everything that's happening in the US and the world really shifted rapidly in continues to shift super-quick just like the your twenty twenty it's all about the shift right now this conversation with Kay was great. I. Think Case Story will definitely inspire you to follow your inner guide and Trust Yourself. I was one of the people who would have notebook for different things. One for notes one for quick notes one for client notes one for booknotes and at the end of the day would be lost not knowing where I wrote what sounds familiar if you're a business owner who wants to get organized, then you need to get a command center after trying many systems and waste to keep track of my business and..
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"Kay are the couple of guys on the run after they took some potshots at some officers. That story's coming up. First traffic and weather together on the eights. Julian Rogers, big backups due to a couple of accidents. We will begin in north Dallas where tollway South bound Spring Valley. We still have that wreck that's taking up two left lanes and still a backup going from a little past Beltline road. 35 East South. We did say this was an improving situation. 1 21 business in Lewisville. There's Ah it was a tanker truck involved in an accident and that we could tell he's hooked up to the big toe. So Hopefully, that means they're gonna get him out of there pretty quickly. 30 right Lane is blocked. But we did say that 10 minutes ago, So remember that's near 1 21 business and we're still slow as you pass through. So this is not a bad backup at all. You just got to be Super careful and keep to the left side of the road eastbound I 20 westbound on 20 both sides in terrible that's going to be right around FM 30 for which puts it between where the buck eases and between where the tanker outlets are, and so you've got the right lane blocked in either direction, innit? There's a big, westbound backup pretty sizable one but more so you're going to see a big East bound delay that Almost heads into the salty city limits. So for now, expect this to take you up to 25 minutes to get through, and that includes 5 57 If you're heading east that's going to be slow towards the merge. And he's about 30 McArthur. Still, the exit blocked their due to an accident. Very minimal delays here. Also one in similar fashion here, we've got an exit blocked in Irving. That's 1 61 north. At 1 83 The exit to go east on 1 83 is blocked. I'm Julian Rogers next report at 1 38 and breaking traffic alerts when they happen. Okay, Charlie Weather Center forecast looks like it's going to be a nice warm day. August is starting to really.
"kay s" Discussed on KNSS
"Kay and as a and they are the Democrats and their Serra gets on TV arguing motives the only reason you see that president trump gave military support Ukraine's because he got caught women I thought he gave in his first year in office second urinal this is not evidence is not proof this is insanity now in a move completely to another matter present in nine states went to the March for life rightly and rightly proud of the fact is the first president to do it this is a really an amazing thing Donald Trump has become a very strong pro life force I really think is presently nine states and if we've talked about this he's become increasingly conservative in a number of areas that every area but the bushes Warren either for that matter but increasingly so then not for ideological reasons I think for common sense practical reason when this case faith reasons he said the March for life that's a little bit of that cut six go all of us here today understands and eternal truth every child is a precious and sacred gift.
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"Kay and as a and they are the Democrats and their Serra gets on TV arguing motives the only reason you see that president trump gave military support Ukraine's because he got caught women I thought he gave in his first year in office second urinal this is not evidence is not proof this is insanity now in a move completely to another matter present in nine states went to the March for life rightly and rightly proud of the fact is the first president to do it this is a really an amazing thing Donald Trump has become a very strong pro life force I really think is presently nine states and if we've talked about this he's become increasingly conservative in a number of areas that every area but the bushes were any other for that matter but increasingly so then not for ideological reasons I think for common sense practical reason when this case faith reasons he said the March for life that's a little bit of that cut six go all of us here today understands and eternal truth every child is a precious and sacred gift.
"kay s" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"V POWER NITRO plus premium gasoline engineered with four levels of defense against gunk where corrosion and friction. I have to say this for anybody that comes in and says it's clear earlier. The reason that this debate rages on is because it's not clear you just heard two players with a ton of experience around hall of fame level players that are former and recent players in the NFL NFL. They can't agree on what the Hall of Fame Status of ally manning news and that's something that the room is going to have a hard time with when you talk to hall of fame voters. They'll tell you as often as we want to come back and say hey. This is obvious. It's not and I'm going to raise the question on behalf of Raiders fans everywhere when you talk about two Super Bowl wins and you talk about Super Bowl. MVP's he's well. Jim Plunkett has to Super Bowl. Wins in one super bowl. Mvp He's not a hall of Famer so there are different categories for different people that matter now one of the most staggering being stats to me is is a separation of the stats of Eli Manning in playoffs where they went to the Super Bowl and then years where they didn't because we're acting like those two super bowl runs where the only playoff off games for. Eli In other playoff games. Not necessarily as good. We'll get you some of those numbers as the show goes on. I want your thoughts. Jason Fitz Hashtag. I take his ally Manny's career overrated. But I will tell you this. I don't know that anybody has more experience around. Eli Around New York and around the Knicks. The Michael Co host of the Michael Kay show and ninety eight seven. ESPN NEW YORK. Michael was at the press conference today. Day Michael thanks for joining the show you have covered. Eli Through and through so as you join us on the Shell Pennzoil performance. Line the question of the day is Eli Manning to us he all famer. I don't understand Jason. What the what? The debate is about I I mean. I don't think anybody else would be debated like this. Maybe because he's a nice guy has that shucks look but you know those two super bowl titles you can't take those away a lot of people saying we save on our show as well if you took it. Away is the all famer. No He's not but those two super bowl titles validate eight the greatness. I cannot see him eventually. One day being And Ken I don. I don't understand how that could have. Well let me let me counter that argument as I was just saying in a lot of people will counter that with Jim Plunkett who also has two super bowl rings in one. MVP but is not a hall of Famer so it is it just as simple as a super bowl. Well I think in this this case it is because of the the enormity of that first super bowl beating eighteen and a team. You be Tom Brady twice. It'd be the team that has six other super bowl champions with that quarterback Kanat coach and he was not a passenger. I'm not saying that Plunkett was but I really believe that he was more a part of those wins than any other quarterback that is one of the two super super bowls especially in upset fashion. One of those super bowls. Jason who was fourteen point underdog. Nobody expected the giants to even be close. Any knocked them off and the past Manningham Manningham. I if you look at that passed. I don't know if there have been many better passes in the history of football in a pressure situation. That was a perfect pass into a thimble sized hole. Well I think that makes them a hall of Famer and his numbers are not that bad. Everybody says he's a hundred and seventeen hundred and seventeen but if you look before the giants stop putting and a good team around him. He was sixty nine fifty one if he'd retired after that. Second Super Bowl Jason. I don't think there would be an argument. Everybody would say absolutely all famer but he stayed aid and the giants didn't give him an offensive line. They didn't give them weapons. Also one other thing you look at everybody that ever played with. Tell me the hall of fame talent that he ever had on the offensive inserted ball. Never not one back home and practical. Are the two best offensive players he had talking to Michael K host of the Michael Kay show ninety eight seven. ESPN in New York. He joins us on the Shell. Pennzoil performance I'm I take your take on ESPN radio. I'm Jason Fitz. I think all of that's really interesting. Michael and you make a great point about the numbers but with with the obsession session that we have over the Super Bowl's is there a spot where you look at the regular season production and say. Hey it should have been better or is it truly enough just as it is. It could have been better better But I really believe that a lot of the blame lies with the giants if you look at the last seven draft spy. Jerry reese the former gang giant. GM WHO's around. I mean they didn't know any of their draft picks and the one time they wanted to the free agent market. They got into the playoffs. That was a year That mcadoo had and then the next year they fell off. I I think it was the fault of the giant front office more than Eli was there. A slight deterioration of skills. Obviously Age age age affects. Everybody except for Tom Brady. It seems like You know the the argument that we we hear on our radio show as well. The bottom line is. He's gotTA elevators team. That's nonsense if if you don't have a good team you can only elevate them to to a certain extent so the bottom line is I think that he is all a famer and I can't blame him for the final six years of his career. Mike Okay joining us in Michael One of the other conversations that we hear a lot. Is that the fact that he played in New York should be factored into this. How much should the hall of fame consider where you played career? When they're talking about the pressure that you are under you know what Jason I don't think that should be factored and you play where you play If you have a great career in Kansas City you have a great career in Kansas Pity I don't think that should be factored in I really don't i. I mean the fact that he was able to to do what he did in. New York is impressive. the fact that Derek Jeeter jeeter did what he did on the biggest stage in the world is impressive. But I think they're both hall of famers even if they've seen careers in Cincinnati you guys can follow him on twitter at Real Michael K. Obviously listen listen to the Michael Kay show ninety eight seven. ESPN NEW YORK. Michael thanks for the insight from somebody that covered him so well over the years. I really appreciate you taking the time to join us. And Good luck with the new show. Jason thanks a lot and it's I I take your take on. ESPN radio the ESPN APP. siriusxm channel eighty also ESPN news. I'm Jason Fitz. You guys can get in on this triple eight say. ESPN eight eight eight. Seven two nine three seven in seven six. Obviously when you talk about Eli stepping away it means we have a lot of conversation they have about. Eli Today. Our question to you is Eli Manning's career overrated again. We'll give you some stats on that. But one of the things that we need to talk about a little bit is Eli is consistency. And it's part of what has made him great Peyton Manning five-time NFL MVP was on Golic and Wingo earlier this morning. Check out what Peyton had to say about his brother. You gotTa love playing quarterback but more than he loved being a quarterback for the New York giants. He really took a lot of pride in it. That's where where he wanted to go. he certainly had a bullseye on his back after the draft and getting to the giants but he delivered and he answered and they're just the way you handle themselves at the draft. I remember my parents were dying. My Dad was biting his fingernails. You know what are the chargers giants GonNa do. Just just calm and cool as could be and just that demeanor just served him so well throughout his time in New York and it was certainly tough early and I like I always said we've been the number one pick in the NFL draft. You're going to a team that has earned the number one picking the draft and it was not going to be easy early on but he kind of weather weather the storm and he kept fighting kept staying calm and cool and and obviously gotta go on when they Had that incredible Super Bowl. Run like so you know Super Bowl forty two. We get a lot of tweets on this. Tim says he was good not great. I think he got lucky. In both super bowls against the pats not a hall of Famer. We're getting that a few few. You different ways. Tom Comes in and says not sure overrated but compared to Peyton. I think he was overpaid. I part of this has to be the comparison to his brother right. We're constantly looking at Payton versus Eli. I Don says yes. I made some absolutely amazing place in the Super Bowl. That defense though an all time. Great offense that averaged thirty nine points per game to fourteen then. They held a thirty two point per game offense to seventeen again great points. That's why this is such a context oriented argument. I'm glad I'm not in the room for the hall of fame debate so I want to take some calls on this triple eight I'd say. ESPN eight eight eight seven nine. Three seven seven six. Let's start with John in Kentucky. John what do you think Eli Manning's career overrated. Now I think he I think he did a great job I'm completely unbiased on it I'm a Washington redskins fan so I haven't had much to cheer about long-term but He did a phenomenal phenomenal job. His stats show seventh all time passing. He's seventh on like I don't know five six different stats to me if you're in top ten and stats bats lifetime. Your especially with two rains John. Thanks for the call. Here's the only problem with the stat argument. I'll give you some here and I'll give NBC sports Philidelphia's some credit for this. They did it break down a few months ago. That was pretty good here and they said he never led the NFL and completion percentage touchdowns passing yards yards per game passer rating or any other major ager category except interceptions. He led the NFL Interceptions three different times of his two hundred and forty six games. He has five career games with three hundred passing passing yards three touchdowns and no interceptions. That's the same number. By the way as Jared Goff at this point in fact his passer rating never went above ninety three point. Six and drew brees Bay Brady. Payton Philip. Rivers ben have each had a passer rating over ninety three point six. At least eight times we pick and choose which stats we want to make the he like argument. Either way you guys keep it real quick. We'll do Jane Kentucky. Jay thanks for calling the show ally overrated or not.
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"kay s" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"You? Michael Kay I know. I'M GONNA go. No He is not on the list. Yeah congratulations my the Michael Show. ESPN NEW YORK. What's what's the question you want? Want me to ask all you're GONNA do because you're a price tag on it. Let me see the question. I'll give you the price okay. Can you ask Kim About the gift baskets. I will not do that. Come on there's no money that I would do that. All right. Can you ask him. I acting that's a beautiful thing to do and you can you. Can you ask him a question about About just the punishment that he deserves for. What's happened down here with the marlins or doesn't deserve? ooh I'll have to think about it. Okay what is the punishment he deserves. to lose a hall of fame votes from look at me sports writers just one day the probably the look at me aspect isn't a person staying in the shadow. Oh so it's not a look at me. I'm good point. Excellent point might caught me off guard here at the end of the segment. Can you ask him. Can you ask you if he's ever stolen assign. Can you ask them that yes. Have you ever stolen aside. I'm going to ask him to go on your show. Okay all right there you go out. It's going to be great. Yeah that's pretty good. Thank you Michael Four PM. Today Derrick Jeeter on the Michael Kegs show by guys these show a free time for. Ats Ray Con. If you're looking for new wireless ear buds but you do not feel like playing paying obscene amounts. This is the place you go. Tell them Gotz Finley yes. WHY WOULD YOU SMEAR Steve Finley like not on the list? Not on the list. There was a Finley on analyst. Steve Filling on that leg. 'cause he hit a lot of home runs and he wasn't supposed be hitting on you guys. Apologize to Steve Finley Chuck Finley Is he says there.
"kay s" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Ninety eight seven and the yes network weekdays three to seven We should play this game with Michael and we will. Are they on the League. Two Thousand and three reese steroid list or not but before we play that game I'm curious Michael Your opinion on everything. That's happened here with the Astros in the the cheating because I laughed at your suggestion about a week ago on Golic and Wingo that these guys were wearing wires and now that conspiracy theory his gotten some legs. So do you have any information that you can give us on whether or not something was clamped. Jose altuve as Nipple I. Of course you've taken there. I will tell you this a lot of baseball people that I speak to and a lot of people that were on the field then. We're very curious way out to bay was like so like petrified defied that have his uniform taking off and there were rumors before that about some kind of buzzers. And there's no wires involved that would be something with a band aid or D A Bluetooth. Short Buzzer. I don't know if it happened. All I know. Is that a lot of baseball. People think that it could happen. And I don't think we'll ever find out. What did you think of the punishment you know what I would've punish crane more but I know that the baseball constitution limited the five million dollars? I think he came off Scot free. And I. I'd love to be able to sit down and talk with Manford and go. Why did you give the players immunity? I I mean it seems like the players get totally Scott free. They still get to call themselves. World champions none of them were fine and the only one that really got affected adversely was Carlos Beltran. He was like collateral damage. He was a player so he couldn't be punished. But the mets fired or because they don't WanNa the associated with that stain so I the draft picks. That's fine I I get all that and you know. Aj Hinch Luneau obviously have to be held accountable. I don't think crane again suffered as much as he should have. I think the players should have been a little bit Michael. Do you feel like the criticism of Mike. Fires is warranted. Did you know I don't think so. I because Major League baseball knew that this stuff was going on and nothing moved them to do anything about about it and it wasn't like fire sat down and wrote something on the Players Tribune on by Jeeter but He was asked by Ken. Rosenthal on average I lack of athletic. He was asked the question. So what was he gonNA lie. Say No comment and he came forward and said it so I understand what stage are Martinez and saying I certainly do because you see signs in the clubs. That's all time what you see here. What you say? You're I mean that's ridiculous because then reporters could write anything that they say they get in the clubhouse but I mean that's pretty bad it had had to be stopped so I mean my fires is a good guy or bad guy but if you look at last year he had like a three five zero for the year but in his five starts against the Astros was close close to ten he probably had enough he also has a ring from the Astros. Some pretty good steady just gave us there in terms of motive. The tired aware of that. That was good against everybody except the Astros and you knew why they were pelting him. So if your best guess Michael Aroldis Chapman. was He smiling like that because he knew when I feel like with Chapman we always know what's coming. It's all fastballs. All of us know but was He smiling like that. When they hit the home run because he he knew of the suspicious thing I think I I used to think he was smiling because he was just wild? Did that just happened. I don't think he was laughing. Obviously what happened but now there's some thought looking back that maybe that they got me is he's the only pitcher on the Yankees. The only one that refused to take multiple signs when no one was on bass the knew. What the Astros were doing They they knew the reputation them stealing scientists every single pitcher even with if there was. There's no one on base without Gary Sanchez. Go through multiple science and chatting wanted no part of it the only guy who would not do it so he threw a slider. Now you can say you know we know a slider was was coming. That's why the home run. I wouldn't go that far guys because it was it awful pitch and it should have been hit out but boy he was sitting on something spe- be on the guy that throws a hundred miles an hour. I'll tell you what they've said. Nothing publicly but I truly believe the Yankees think that something was fishy there. The Michael Kay show. ESPN NEW YORK. I I needed seven. FM and the yes network weekdays three to seven and he's got Derek jeeter on today at four PM. Why have you as a protector of Yankee? Baseball voice voice and face for this team not smoked out this evil voter who didn't vote for Derek. Jeter to give him the treasure one hundred percent. Why have you done? Isn't it. Your responsibility to smoke out gets look records. I think it's yours K.. You know what if somebody I'll tell you that I. I just don't think that anybody should have the right. I do to put the vote out there and and you know whatever you want like vote for j j Putz and the coke about an entity. I mean it's ridiculous as journalist list. I mean I'm still a writer at heart. It's all about transparency and and being honorable and stuff like that. I'm sure you make a vote just to defend it. I'm not gonNA rip the guy or Gal. How but at least I wanNA know why you would leave? A guy was clearly a hall of Famer off your ballot. And you know what's a hundred percent who cares. Maybe all things should just not even announced the percentages anymore. For why should there be such a gap in Prestige for Larry Walker and Eric Jere but since they are announcing the percentages and we know there's one person out there well. I'm sorry that that person should come. Forward and explainable is jeter the best Yankee shortstop volt on your third baseman was the best Yankee shortstop of all time. That was one of the most amazing things I saw. Michael the better shortstop would have been a rod in every metric that the measurements us and they decided to make their team appreciate not appreciably Chablis worse but a little worse by not choosing meritocracy and making a run their shortstop they left I think. Iran's body type probably dictated he'd be better third baseman than Derek would have been so maybe they ride at Third Derek and short. You had a better left side of the Infield Derek there and Aron at short I would. You have a a total better less out of the INFIELD I. I don't know also again. I mean you're a big star you get you get you get to obviously call all your shots. Sometimes Derrick jeeter was the star at that time a four time world champion. You're gonNA tell him the move Arun just WanNa needed the job. Michael Awed and amazed. Are you and your lifetime lifetime covering sports that a rod has regenerated into what he is now given that you saw him go through one of the big baseball scandals in the history. The of New York City I told Alex is one of the greatest resurrections I've ever seen. I call it Lazarus. I mean. It's unbelievable what he's I think about. Just say he was at the death. I mean. You can't get any lower than that. He suing smaller threatening to sue the Yankee doctor. All of these things he get suspended for here and now he is literally the face of baseball. I I'm happy for him. I think he seems happy I never saw it coming. I I thought he was just slink away and we would hear much about him but they they should teach courses about this in colleges around the country just repairing image. I don't know how he did it but he did a break personalit- Hall of Famer. No I don't know if he's GonNa get in I think Do I think I if bonds and clemens don't get in then I don't think it's going to get in because they never never got suspended here on this. The whole year Jalen suspension. He's the first battle of all he would be unanimous election if there was no steroid stuff Ghirma put it on. The poll was a Rod's resurrection more miraculous than Jesus is at Lebatardshow. All right. Let's play this game with Michael Title. K Are they on the leak two thousand and three steroid list or not..
"kay s" Discussed on No Jumper
"You'd WanNa like sleep with would drop a lot if the pool was limited. That's true right. Yeah Wow so now. We're going to do if there's an armegeddon situation. Whoever sows so where do we live? I live here but well grove okay. How's that going? Where where are you from? I'm from San Francisco. Okay so you spend your whole life growing up there pretty much and then five years ago to Orange County and then two years ago I was here. I was downtown first house in big mistake victims ache from through it. I feel like I feel like it's a different lifestyle when I'm there I'm like I hate La Hey l. a.. And then you move out of that and I'm like Oh this kid. Downtown is a different lifestyle lifestyle in the sense that some of my throat poop is walking down. The street live over at my first store was at like the very intersection of where it changes from like sort of human behavior to skid row fifth in Los Angeles and Man. We saw a lot of crazy. Shit it was just so it's like being at war. You just start to get used to so much fucked up shit scared I could never. I don't really recommend it people people would. I don't think they'd mess with you. Definitely messes me. No yeah definitely you out there fucking on the hat on and I doubt that it's even going to really do it. At the end of the day I still going to be like her. She's hot true era. Because there's a girl I know one time I met up with downtown La. I hadn't seen her in a couple of years and she calls me crying. Her eyes out in the tells me like a homeless guy tried to basically like corner her in a in a parking garage. She'd just cry and is freaking out. It's such a scene. I Dunno probably take manager. We're at least take a purse. I've seen some crazy. I don't know what I can say on here but I've seen some crazy. Everything clearly censored yeah flagged on everything I really your channel is on pornography basically basically it was on there for a little day. No I mean it is I mean. Girl friend is in the exact same position where she is just constantly getting hit for the dumbest dommage Shit on youtube that it seems like if almost anyone besides like a hot girl was doing it then they could maybe get away with Or girls I feel like the girls. Were just talking about the girls that have no curve's a no boobs. Don't really get flagged. They don't get in trouble. I'm like wait because my sister's kind of like she has curves but she doesn't have boobs and we can wear the same things. I buy side in mind like so offensive insane. Literally the artificial intelligence that governs youtube because it's not necessarily Israeli humans making a lot of the decisions. It's just the fucking computer so if they see a thumbnail and the computer can tell that it's a chick with big boobs and a big ass and that and she's a little bikini. The fucking computer is the one flagging the algorithm. Not like a human being saying at home so then if you have a girl who basically is shaped like a fucking string bean the algorithm. It's not like human a woman's body it's the fucking computer doing it. which is weird? Yeah I mean I know I feel like now they're like this lacey's Lisi uploading this. We're flagging we don't care what it is for me. It's almost everything. Yeah really. I tuned youtube more to like show my personality. Because because I feel like instagram's pretty much my body and their you know whatever and people are different world on instagram than Youtube. So I like you do because you could just be. I mean somewhat myself because again I have to censor some stuff because you know. It's too but microphone researching just body painting the body painting or like maybe Nude Body Eddie painting literally their thumbnails with the giants like fully in the thumbnail of woman's Vagina. I'm like this is the most mind-blowing educational right. That's what they say. I mean I saw vagina like waxing or an asshole bleaching tutorial on Youtube as well it was sanely graphic traffic. Yeah literally the bleach cream and putting in all of the battles spread wide open in the cameras. Swear to God that's funny. I've I've always wanted to try that. Actually so you never never did your so fair skin that if you don't need that yeah yeah I mean I have no your butthole looks like the majority of Women Eh. Pale wrong burger today. I'm pretty fail. So what would you like when you were younger. Like going through high school and all that it was your personality type the same actually. I didn't go to high school because I was home. Schooled so are independent study basically home school but same thing in sixth grade. 'cause I was so badly l. e. bullied that I got pulled which excited about blue for one boobs and I was like nine over developed super young. Yeah seriously got moves at died and like it was just. I don't know if it's weird. The girls in school how they go beyond the girls for sure like the guys were cool with me. You know with the girls I give you my brother. That's my boyfriend talk okay. I'm just trying to get through school here like are you. Are you characterizing this accurately. You weren't psychotic bitch that was actually like bathing. All these girls into the fucking all their boyfriends and stuff it was real. Yeah the way the Gosh I think like the breaking point was this girl that I didn't know actually brought August goal and her best friend hold on her because she was planning on having me like. I eat lunch in the bathroom. I had like so many like Sony bad stories and I would just the boys like okay. Maybe I dressed low crazy. I got in trouble for like showing justified. She's brought a knife. She drew a picture with my head and a girl with big boobs net coughing blood dripping and said I'm going to kill her home struggle. This girl she has her for three days and I did too and we didn't do anything nowadays our. Why did you know I don't know is bad school? anyways shakeups call my mom went in nowadays. Nowadays I feel like if you did that you would literally be probably expelled some scholarly. Yeah yeah I mean but it's also worse I feel like I don't know everybody wants to be offended. Everyone to be upset. Ah Right but something like that is so genuinely fucked up that they were gonNA call it like terroristic threats Shah. I was reading some articles why people get suspended for like emojis. Jesus shift because they sent right because if you send somebody like a fucking scholar. Moses is kind of like everybody knows what it means it means kill you which is weird. Yeah well the Kenyan post like the peach. If you're referring to like your butt or something because it's too sexual the water Emoji they're like that's it's just too or like your post might get down. Rang like like similar to something like that. Like if it's referring to the picture not mean like if they think it's I don't know but do you believe he's going to be everything. There's lots of like that though. Do you believe that if you use profanity in your scrammed couch and that it's going to get less engagement. I don't know because I see a lot of people like editing out like bills and word or the F. Word delight put in the Asterix and stuff. I'm thinking like a little off. I've never really been reported or anything. Thankfully I felt like my stuff like pretty. PG Honestly Asleep but smallest bikinis and the history of humanity. Girls see some of their legs but open and I'm like holy crap uterus. I mean compared to that I'm like bikinis. Let me live right. Yeah I feel like the girls who really get fucked talked on youtube usually. Are the girls private. Snap girls that are pushing porn through their story constantly. You know really right on the edge with that shit you gotta eat. You've been verified for a long time though you so you never really had to deal with that much stuff. Get deleted verified. Means anything though. Because I've known girls that verified at their posts taken down that get them flagged and actually the other day like I. I mean I've never done that but my friend was like Yahoo video deleted and she was just an abroad and she's like got deleted and I I had to like appeal it and it didn't do anything. Obviously since you're not even looking at it but I just feel like I duNno. I just try to be very careful very careful even though maybe yeah I can get a little crazy about. I don't know like three years ago. I was super drunk and Islas getting my Dick sucked by two girls and a bathroom and putting story did and it got deleted but my accountant gets leaning because I might only had like fifty thousand dollars at the time so I guess yes. It was whatever I feel like. If I did that now would be done. Yeah you'd be done. Because boom boom literally losses account to five million followers because he posted he posted like a ton of sex they gave back. No nine dollar drains over a year no crazies. They should have looked at a little pump story and just seen like strippers with a boobs fully. Out and I'm looking at is an it's like twenty our. We're old story on like. How is this possible? You've seventeen million. I'm Andrew this. I think different people have different roles as I think I fully think that because I've I've seen girls verified or not like I said with their legs open with like their boobs out with like literally the private stuff that you talk about. What just emojis over it? You can hear the noises. I'm I'M NOT GONNA repeat of sexual noise. That's like a clear on youtube. One thing people don't know you can't have that and I'm just like that's so insane like and they're fine right but like one time. I think the only I've ever had anything on my story. It was like a bikini vigil literally Bikini Picture and it got deleted. And I'm like Holy Shit somebody I feel like people that are like more. I don't even know what you want to call it more successful or whatever people try to attack them because they want to get them out of here. Definitely if you're a girl who has like a dented. A dedicated person like one person who really wants to fuck you over and they have like a fucking network work of hundreds of accounts sometimes that they could use or at least like. Maybe they're a member of some form with a bunch of other creepy weirdos. Help them target girls pay people off. I've I've heard that that real. Yeah who will target other girls on instagram. Because they hate them or whatever. There's he wanted he like like I have this tax..
"kay s" Discussed on No Jumper
"No Jabber Kudos podcast in the world. I'm here with Lacey. AC Case I was how you doing lacy good. We're just talking about two things on the show which so far is water preferred water drainage and then also the fact that this shirt has now been washed once and I believe that it's too tight. Did you put it in the dryer. Yeah I'm just not that concerned about any particular t shirt even my own t shirt and even a t shirt like this as probably realistically worth hundreds of dollars because TJ rare jumper merge. How could it not exactly right now? I touched it so now. It's really worth much value out or what. Yeah just left the gym really Joe You and to walking up the stairs in here. That's rough right. As far we could have been on the fourth floor. This is the first four. Yeah and that's when we're talking about is like it would it would have been cheaper to be on the fourth floor and I'm kind of thinking like Holy Shit. That's a huge pain in the ass to be telling wrappers or whoever to walk four stairs but at the same time free mandated needed cardio and then kind of tight. Alvar has got to be very there is one of those cargo elevators or you have to fuck in like do at the close the door org chains and it's slow. Gosh I've been an elevator one time and I swear I don't know how many floors that draw but I thought it was going to die. Really the scariest thing was dropping. It was dropping like free falling and I was with this other girl and I was like rude. I don't know you. This is so awkward. We're GONNA die together kissing her. Donate thing streams. You know. She wasn't my type. Yeah type just fall in love with somebody if you're about to die in the elevator plane crash or whatever just start making out of the closest person it was very motherly so I kinda WanNa like holder being woman but you think your stand thing about that like if you knew the world was GonNa End Tomorrow Tomorrow. You'd probably end up just your standard for who you'd WanNa like sleep with would drop a lot if the pool was limited. That's true right. Yeah Wow so.
"kay s" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"On the yes network, the one and only Michael Kay is on the line with yours truly right now. What's going on, Mike? How are you buddy? What's up? Mr Smith man is always good to talk to you. Let's let's get right into it. One hundred percent of the vote to me I was leading into it. I was like who's gonna be the fool on the record for voting against the Mirena Rivera. I wanted to see it. It didn't happen. One hundred percent of the vote when you think about that first time a major league baseball history. This has happened talk to me about what doors went through your mind about this man that you covered for so many years while I was happy for him. And I thought like you that that somebody would. Would probably want to make an aim for himself or herself. And I just think that the the goodness of Mariano Rivera, obviously the greatness on the field, and I never ever in all the I saw him throw his first pitch. And I saw him throw. His last pit, Stephen. I never saw him treat anybody with disrespect from the people that were the ushers in the vendors at Yankee Stadium. People that mopped the floors in the clubhouse he treated everybody the same. He treated them with class. And I don't think that any writer wanted to have that stain on their all time record that they kept Mariano Rivera from being unanimous selection because you know, we all try to be objective. We try to be right down the middle and not let personal feelings impact the way we feel about somebody that that's actually playing the game. But I think it does. And I'm sure that there are players have rubbed some writers the wrong way. And because of the rule of ten where you have to be strategic in voting. They'll sell leave this guy. Also, I can put somebody else on she'll get enough votes. Nobody would that with Marianna because nobody wanted to be that person. Mike, okay, right here with Steven eight years. Radio ESPN news. And when you look at it from that standpoint, I mean, I think to me the message also that the hall of fame voters wanted to send was that. There's a standard of excellence that we're going to hold these folks accountable to but not just in terms of what you are on the field. But what you are on the field as well more. So than any other sport, the baseball writers of America seemed to be fixated on sending that kind of message and Mel right in order to my right to peel that from this kind of ODI. Oh, absolutely. I mean, they feel that they are the gatekeepers and there's just such. I mean, there's just such a different with the other sports hall of fame. Just for instance, you watching Julian Edelman have a great game they AFC championship game. And in the fourth quarter. Tony Romo said Julian element should be in the hall of fame. That's how great he's been in big games..
"kay s" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"On the yes network, the one and only Michael Kay is on the line with yours truly right now. What's going on, Mike? How are you buddy? What's up? Mr Smith man is always good to talk to you. Let's let's get right into it. One hundred percent of the vote to me I was leading into it. I was like who's gonna be the fool on the record for voting against the Mirena Rivera. I wanted to see it. It didn't happen. One hundred percent of the vote when you think about that first time a major league baseball history. This has happened talk to me about what doors went through your mind about this man that you covered for so many years while I was happy for him. And I thought like you that that somebody would. Would probably want to make an aim for himself or herself. And I just think that the the goodness of Mariano Rivera, obviously the greatness on the field, and I never ever all the I saw him throw his first pitch. And I saw him throw. His last pit, Stephen. I never saw him treat anybody with disrespect from the people that were the ushers in the vendors at Yankee Stadium. People that mopped the floors in the clubhouse he treated everybody the same. He treated them with class. And I don't think that any writer wanted to have that stain on their all time record that they kept Mariano Rivera from being unanimous selection because you know, we all try to be objective. We try to be right down the middle and not let personal feelings impact the way we feel about somebody that that's actually playing the game. But I think it does. And I'm sure that there are players have rubbed some writers the wrong way. And because of the rule of ten where you have to be strategic in voting. They'll sell leave this guy. Also, I can put somebody else on 'cause you'll get enough votes. Nobody would that with Marianna because nobody wanted to be that person, Mike. Okay, right. Here was even eight years. Radio ESPN news. And when you look at it from that standpoint, I mean, I think to me the message also that the hall of fame voters wanted to send was that. There's a standard of excellence that we're going to hold these folks accountable to but not just in terms of what you are on the field. But what you are on the field as well more. So than any other sport, the baseball writers of America's seemed to be fixated on sending that kind of message and Mel right in order, my right to peel that from this kind of ODI. Oh, absolutely. I mean, they feel that they are the gatekeepers and there's just such. I mean, there's just such different with the other sports hall of fame. Just for instance, you watching Julian Edelman have a great game they AFC championship game. And in the fourth quarter. Tony Romo said Julian element should be in the hall of fame. That's how great he's been in big games..
"kay s" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Kay. I'm John Conway joined Larry Richard May brighten early on Monday morning. We will look into the Facebook issue from two standpoints the future of the company. And are we too dependent on it? Plus, what's it like to compete on a national competition show? We'll find out on the Katy k. In the meantime, I program continues in the waning moments of Miller road back and she says hearing your ignorant, call a defending Ellison, whom beat his girlfriend blackened her eyes until they were swollen shed. That is your typical democrat defend them. Even if they beat women as long as they're democrat disgusting. I think was disgusting. Milly is your inability to hear what he said was how Keith Ellison was appointed or acclimated by acclamation voice vote to the office that he holds is assistant head of the Democratic Party. That's not the correct title. But any rate I think that's that's what's discussing that wasn't a defense of him. All use excuse me. Ali was pointing out was how he got elected. He did say Milly for the hard of hearing a heart of listing. That if he is convicted of anything that he should pay the full price for it, and that will be decided in a quarter law, and that says, it should be an America, or do you believe in some other ideology? Kevin writes, the woman at the center of the story, Deborah Ramirez, who is fifty three attended Yale with Cavanaugh where she studied sociology and psychology later, she spent years working for an organization that supports victims of domestic violence, the New Yorker contacted Ramirez after learning of a possible involvement in the incident involving Cavanaugh the allegation was conveyed to democratic senators by a civil rights lawyer for Ramirez, the Sutton attention has been unwelcome and prompted difficult choices. She was at first hesitant to speak publicly, partly because her memories contained gaps because she had been drinking at the time of the alleged incident in our initial conversations with the New Yorker, she was reluctant to characterize Kavanagh's role in the alleged incident with certainty. After six days of carefully assessing her memories and consulting with her attorney Ramirez said that she felt confident enough of our recollect recollections to say that she remembers Cavanaugh had exposed himself at a drunken domitory party thrust his penis in her face and caused her to touch it without her consent as she pushed him away Ramirez is now calling for the FBI to investigate Kavanagh's rolling incident. I would think an FBI investigation would be warranted. She said, and they send a link along this. You may have heard in the news where they say that there's another woman that says that Cavanaugh had exposed himself to and something that is also are opening is his friend and character witness who was present. At what Dr Ford says happen in the bedroom wrote a book about their exploits all the boys exploits at this exclusive prep school that they went to in Washington DC where they talked about these kinds of drunken exploits all the time. And so that is damaging now I predicted that cavenaugh would-be confirmed. I don't know what the sentencing Bill Cosby Tamar notes, I use first name. So y'all wouldn't. Misunderstand who Cosby was and the sentence. He might get with so many women who have come out against him. What happens? If more women come out against Cavanaugh and say that they were accosted in such a way. That could be a real problem for Mr. Cavanaugh. And maybe me go back on my. Prediction that he's going to be confirm? But right now stand firm on still think it'd be confirmed unless he suffers a Cosby like avalanche of women who come out and come against him. All right. Let's go back to the phones and your neck, and homeward you on Katy k. What's up? I'm fine. How are you, sir? Everything's gonna say. Her a resident a hater of sports, man. You know? I just quoted you brother, what what are you always tell me go Steelers addictive penguins in which? All I did was quote you. Now here is reading wondering. Now, you know, the one year still continued for Super Bowl owner back was charged with sexual misconduct down in Georgia. Lady, right. Everybody does because she's blocking the team's chances of going to the Super Bowl. Right. Is they came up Mr. rock was burgers, reputation. His image got married and all of a sudden stuff went away. Now, this is this is this is crazy because you know, judge has to do is be a quarterback of NFL t. Would be passed through with lying. You know this. This is just don't make no sense to me mad. Nature sports. You know, all of a sudden if you contending championship sexual misconduct, allegations, don't matter all all is forgiven. Yes, sir. And now, he's a family, man. Again, we don't think about that. No more. And I just I'm just kind of disgusted. That's why I say go Steelers take the and things which thank you. All right. Thank you. All right. A lot of texts coming in after Georgia's comments one says where in the world is this guy from is another one from land says, hi, Chris, I always enjoy your show have never called or texted. But regarding George I'm speechless. Oh my God. Just a woman's point of view. Thanks. Thank you Lynn. Here's another one. Hi, Chris pink. Can I say that word on the pink pink? Pink hats. Let me say like that. We're in sponsor the P grabber in chief. Okay. That's the best on the radio without getting in trouble. Okay. So that's why they were wearing those hats. All right. This is what I have to say about your call, George. You are a victim of your delusions and the delusions excuse me of simple minded people. Like you. You are the victim with a lack of ability to look within. And be honest with yourself people like you are constantly looking for someone to blame for your personal ills instead of yourself. Okay. Here's another one blaming women for wanting and quality, maybe just try to be kind and respectful to others or try empathy for a change of place and also get a therapist that's Mike from Midland. Okay. Mic. You know, I'm glad you are weren't speech this because I was speechless after he finished. That's the first time in the history of broadcasting that I've ever been speechless. But I was all right. So I won't be speeches us anymore. Let's take this break right now. The blink of an eye. Three weapons plugged in with Katie K radio dot com. News and information when you need it on, Katie Kane radio dot com. 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