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Flash Flood Warning Issued for Broward, Miami-Dade County After Eta's Landfall

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

Flash Flood Warning Issued for Broward, Miami-Dade County After Eta's Landfall

"Very heavy rainfall. There's a flash flood warning now in effect meeting Flooding imminent or is occurring and that's for Broward County, northern Miami Dade County. That's until 11 this morning. One area of rainfall looks like it's lined up from about highly up toward a Cooper City into southern Broward County and extends out over and just east of Key Biscayne. There's another band now just west and getting at the homestead and getting into west Central Miami Dade County. It extends back into North Korea, Largo and it is raining Jimmy, probably at a rate of 1 to 2 inches per hour here, so more flooding possible Not likely, along with some strong, gusty winds of some of the winds make us 40 possibly the 50 MPH. I do feel that we should be out of the worst of the rain and thunderstorms. Sometime today, but still lingering showers and better storms tonight and tomorrow. Yeah.

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"key biscayne" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents

Spanish Aquí Presents

02:49 min | 6 months ago

"key biscayne" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents

"But. Like the Miami accent is so specific. pull it out of. It could be in a room of people screaming and if there's one person that's started talking like this. where? We fall into a it's like it's like, Madonna she was in Lia for how long? She's Everybody can you? Like. Like if I ever moved to Australia for a movie or something and I, come back, you know trying to like us an accident please. Same. Someone. A study abroad first semester and came back with an accent you're like. So like so fucking Miami like when people are like, I went to a studios for a semester. But I will say the interesting thing to Miami is like there are so many like, yeah obviously as like so many. Cubans buds then like now like I had so many Colombian friends I got a bunch of innocent. He knows you know like the Bolivian Peruvian ahead like death. All I was actually that was like a group even though it was like a mix of like all these countries like we would just call them the Colombians and they would lay sie. Cubans. Lifting and like you know, you'd go you go to the parties and key Biscayne and with the key rats and whatever, and the Colombian excuse me key rats. God He key rats. Yeah. That's the thing Alex Camaros like here at a key rat. Yeah meeting. Their. Let's backup. So in Miami there are you know very sort of wealthy areas that are stuff of legends if you will and key Biscayne is one of them and everybody that lives I mean people live in key Biscayne are well to do you know they all go to Gulliver or or ran some and those are like four times forty, thousand dollars a year prep schools yeah, and Those are the people that we kind of like would meet through sports because how else are you don't really run in the same circles them or maybe third like drama club in my case and and those. People with boats and Shit. Yeah But so yeah. So people like from keeps gainer called key route hockey rats and they just because you also you have to go over to purchase. A whole Tolan everything. You're staying like key largo key, west all. Asking for however no. I'm Mile Marker fifty to rant. Money. was going to say. Beyond like sometimes like I will be hanging out with them.

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"key biscayne" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:38 min | 9 months ago

"key biscayne" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Of us what do you think that the the brain yeah yeah there's more already just developing on radar as we speak I mean this is real time around key Biscayne more showers thunderstorms start develop coming from the south looping dork thank Robyn hill headed to work and tenderly about to get it over the next thirty minutes south Miami heights now this cluster developing isn't as large as the one we had earlier but the ground is saturated that's the concern so that's why the weather service decided to let's keep this flood watch in effect through tomorrow morning who knows it might get extended with all the rain we've had the right we have the sporting it's not gonna take long before you'll ever hear any one over again or something maybe have not seen that water recede actually had before we get a little bit worse so we'll do more on the shelves of butter storms today probably three tonight with heavy tropical downpours and possibly even tomorrow tomorrow's rain chances still at about sixty percent could keep temperatures a little bit age but we are certainly going to keep the community around here over the next couple days quick update crystal Mostek worker passes to our east but there will be some big rain totals in parts of the state most likely the panel parts of north central Florida god sorry thanks Joe talk to Martha good enough you too it is seven nine twelve newsradio six ten W. Y. O. D. travel editor Peter Greenberg follow him on Twitter at Peter S. Greenberg going to Peter and we wanted to do it well we're told that the people are actually starting to book.

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"key biscayne" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:55 min | 11 months ago

"key biscayne" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Seventy eight on key Biscayne at six thirty one the administration will ask Congress for another two hundred fifty billion dollars for the program that pays the wages of small businesses that keep their employees during pandemic related shutdowns that's on top of the three hundred fifty billion already allocated as of today S. BA has processed over seventy billion dollars in guaranteed loans which is far greater than we would have ever thought at this time the mayor of an Illinois suburb of St Louis ordered police to crack down on stay at home scofflaws one turned out to be the mayor's wife Alton Illinois mayor Brant Walker says police called in this weekend to inform him they arrested several people at a local night spot who were in violation of the stay at home order they also told him one of the people they cited was his wife Walker says he told him to treat his wife as anyone else that you should receive no special treatment in a statement later mayor Walker said his wife is an adult capable of making her own decisions and in this case she made a stunning lack of judgment A. B. C.'s can't Martin Richard Cantu ABC news and a corona virus continues to take its toll here in Florida forty two more deaths related from covered nineteen more than half of those deaths in South Florida including thirteen in Palm Beach in all Florida has lost two hundred ninety six lives to the virus and the corona virus is taking its toll at the Broward county sheriff's office sure Gregory Tony yesterday told us thirty six employees have tested positive for covert nineteen that doesn't include deputy Shannon Bennett who died last week for the virus in addition to those infected Tony says three hundred employees are self isolating law enforcement agencies around the state they are taking extra precautions to make sure officers stay safe against the exposure to covered nineteen in Saint Petersburg at the Hillsborough sheriff's office before the start of each shift officers and dispatchers I'm there temperatures checked as a safeguard from spreading covered nineteen St Pete police chief Anthony Holloway says I.

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"key biscayne" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:08 min | 11 months ago

"key biscayne" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Seventy seven on key Biscayne and seventy five heading toward plantation at six oh one the drug is normally used to treat autoimmune disorders it's in short supply now that the trump administration bought twenty nine million doses on anecdotal evidence it's useful against covert nineteen here in LA Dr Anthony cardio says he is seeing significant success in prescribing hydroxy chloroquine in combination with zinc to treat patients who were extremely sick with cove in nineteen every case I prescribed it to has been very very ill and within eight to twelve hours they were basically symptom free hydroxy core Quinn has long been used to treat malaria and conditions like lupus ABC's Alex stone indications of some place of the pandemic may be at or near its peak I would just interpreted with a with a with a you know a grain of of caution because the last thing you want to do is tell people yeah we've reached the worst and then have it get worse Robert wood Johnson foundation chief exec Dr Richard Besser is former ABC news health and medical editor Richard Cantu ABC news at six oh two and hundreds of more people in the area are now fighting the corona virus the Florida department of health revealing more than five hundred south Floridians have recently tested positive for covered nineteen most of the new cases are in Miami Dade County which has the most cases in the state with almost forty seven hundred Broward has the second most with over two thousand Palm Beach county's third with almost eleven hundred in Palm Beach still has the most deaths in the state with fifty one lives lost this virus a third person has died on board the coral princess cruise ship that docked in Miami Saturday Wilson Mazda NY says he and his wife waited for hours for an ambulance Stanley had to call nine one one from out of state to get help for their family member and they waited for over four hours for an ambulance and he died two hours later at the hospital my past away at Larkin community hospital is wife is now showing symptoms of the virus two other passengers passed away aboard the ship Mr mall was one of fourteen passengers with corona virus that were hospitalized some were taken to hospitals in Hialeah others to you hospitals in Miami in Tampa adverts are underway to help hospitals as they deal with a growing number of coronavirus patients in Miami Dade the defense department says the Miami beach convention center will be converted into a temporary hospital work is expected to completed by April twenty seventh it's not clear if the new facility will treat coronavirus patients or how many beds it'll have and it's all hands on deck when it comes to fixing the state's unemployment assistance process that's what governor de Santis says about the system that's left many frustrated a surge in those seeking unemployment benefits was more than the system could handle into Santa's and ants to thousand state employees will be reassigned to help with the backlog he also said about seven hundred fifty people be hired to process claims and over seventeen new servers will be added to handle the online traffic and as the outbreak continues Florida fuel prices continue to drop sharply Tripoli's W. D. Williams says it's all about demand Florida driver's are observing.

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Richard Ashby on working with America's young tennis talent

The Tennis.com Podcast

07:44 min | 1 year ago

Richard Ashby on working with America's young tennis talent

"Guest for this episode? Richard Ashby Richard. Welcome thank you. Thanks for having me. Richard Works here at the. Usda national campus. Richard tells a little brief bio about yourself then working for the for sixteen years before that coached on my own little bit privately with pros and Juniors Worked in some academies before that and so. That's my coaching background played. Junior Tennis Played College University of South Carolina. That's basically playing background played a little bit of pro after college but not that successful so onto coaching. That's relatable So what players. What age group are you targeting right now? Do you work with a specific group. Your work with the fourteen hundred girls. I'm here at the national campus. So we bring kids for camps primarily camps training weeks. We don't do a lot of traveling with kids that age. We don't have them come in. For long periods of time they usually come in for a week or two weeks of training And we work with their coaches. So we get the information back to the coaches things that we worked on here things that we see we go to tournaments have a chance to watch him play there and hopefully see them improving on things have a chance to talk to their coaches about things. We're seeing a lot easier when it's you know live where you're watching something and talking with the coach so the tournaments. It's a great option to do that. With coaches so you've been working with the USA for sixteen years. Have you been with the girls? Fourteen and under age single year no Started two thousand three so that first year and the next year we're primarily with Like junior pros so kids basically seventeen to eighteen sixteen eighteen and did that for a couple of years and then in two thousand and five started with the kids born in Nineteen ninety-one that age group so worked with an age group for few years through Two thousand eight then two thousand nine. I started with twelve and unders Jade Louise and other coach. I used to work with age group and He actually started working with kids older. So I Essentially switch places with him so from two thousand nine assorted with twelve and under and kind of grown to thirteen and then fourteen and fourteen under for last few years. Do some name. What are some players you've worked with? Amanda Anisimov was slow and Stevens. Cannon CICI Bellis Falconi yes all those players So yeah very fortunate. When we moved to we moved to Boca it was a good location. Had A lot of good players in the area so players Would come through in practice. We were able to set up a program where they're younger players. Come out and you know not every day Amanda I came out like once a week when she was younger Always worked with her. Dad was her coach. So work with her Same with Sonya and We did we actually had a pretty good set-up there where they in the morning to drilling and then the afternoons do match play and we'd be able to have kids kind of all levels. Sometimes older kids coming out in the afternoon but Amanda and Sonia. You know where kids at did that from pretty much. The beginning Sloan. I've done very little with her. I mean it's mostly been Camps or a little bit of training and Let's see who else has been out of there You know so. Yeah Irena Hell Coney for sure. Was there So when I worked with a ninety one group Sorry come and play matches Actually tell Ya arena like the first candidate when we were in key Biscayne arena. It's actually in the camp along with Alli Risk. So Mallory burdette there. You go so a bunch of kids That a moved on to play pros which is great. You know so. That's one of the things. I'm fortunate. I got to work with kids. That are the best in the country so you know a lot of them are going to be successful so I was actually mentioning that to see the other day. We were watching you practice with one of the girls. I don't I can't remember her name but she's pretty good. And I made a comment to see see I was like. Did you work with coach? Richard Like Yeah. I did and I was like. That's unbelievable when I was. I believe it was thirteen or something. I was still living in New York and I got this letter from the USDA. Do you WanNa do this. Camp Key Biscayne and sure enough it was with Alison riske Madison Bengal Whom all our top seventy have been top seventy players. It's not very common for a coach to be able to have that much of an impact on so many players that end up being professional. What is it that you have that makes that possible GonNa Know How much it is me. It's definitely good system where you know. We got a chance to see young players at an early age. I remember the first camp she came to. She was not the best. One they're You're maybe in the middle of the pack She had come to the some of the similar things she has. Now you know just the excitement. She always brings the cord and everything. So that hasn't changed. You know she's just gotten better as it's gone along so You know to be to be honest. Yeah I mean I enjoy helping the kids and you know if anything the you know. Try as much as possible for them to enjoy it as well and to try to guide them. I guess for game for the future. Now you know that's up to them to pile of things but You know most of those kids like I say we're good when they got there and you know they've gotten better they've gone long moved on to other coaches and everything so successful pretty popular name is big names that have come through the. Ashby system for all those players though that that you worked with. That didn't make it. Can you tell the difference between someone like an Anisimov an Kenan? Can you see or that early on the? Hey this kid's something different or is it more of quantity and then figuring out one or two that rice the top. There are many kids that I thought were going to be very very good. Maybe even better than those guys and they ended up not being ended up being good tennis players. But not you know making it into the pros. you know so. I've learned as gone along that. I'm not a very good predictor so We try not to pick try to just have lots of players coming through as much as possible and try to treat. Treat them all in a way that this is what you need to do to be great so they have that chance some apply while some were going to be great no matter what we did but Try to treat all the players. A came to come through with the idea that you know. Look at your game now and where do you WanNa go if you want to be a pro these things you to address and unfortunately getting to see them? When they're young twelve thirteen fourteen. They have a chance to you. Know make make those adjustments if they can. So you know the the ones that came in. Maybe I thought were really good and ended up not being so good as far as results. I think. That's just how tough the sport is. You know it's I remember the stout that somebody was saying that basically every year the top one hundred seventy six jobs available something like that. We're on the women's side so you know you have to be that good that you're going to take someone's job who's seventy in the world and that's not easy so many of these guys are good players but you know it's just not that easy to actually be a

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"key biscayne" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"key biscayne" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Key Biscayne it is now five oh one I students accused of bringing a gun to school in Miami Dade the fourteen year old was arrested after police say they found the gun in the student's backpack at Miami Carol city high school the arrest comes two days after students two of them were arrested for bringing guns to school in north Miami the house is due to vote today on a war powers resolution that would limit president trump's authority to order military action against Iran house speaker Nancy Pelosi is criticizing trump's recent order to kill runs top military official Lucy said last week's deadly airstrike in Iraq but US troops and diplomats in the region at risk health secretary Alex Azores declaring a public health emergency importer Rico after recent earthquakes the declaration allows health officials in the U. S. territory to make sure all the healthcare needs of people on the island are met president trump already signed an emergency declaration for Porter Rico the island was hit with a six point four magnitude earthquake on Tuesday and there have been dozens of aftershocks since then that's Ryan shuck reporting and after all the recent earthquakes there I drive is being launched to send them as many tense as possible one of the things that they said is that they have families you know that had a home an overnight lost it and now they're sleeping on the sidewalk my duty goose mine from a Latino leadership says they'll take donations of new unused tent over the next few days and fly them to put the record early next week she says after hurricane Maria they learned that they had to be more aggressive in sending relief to the island five oh three south Florida's wounded warrior soldier ride is taking place this weekend at veterans will ride from Miami beach to Marlins park today then through the Florida Keys Friday and Saturday no matter what participants need event organizer Nick Krause says they'll make it happen relax or your balance is usually gets a lot of tripe whatever is we can out that the bike make it work for you this year forty four wounded warriors are expected to participate in this experience of a lifetime I used to work in general it really can be ready people the communities and courage to cheer the writers on from the sidelines al Lewis news radio six ten W. I. O. D. he'd outscoring the Pacers by fifteen in the third quarter on their way to a one twenty two to one a week when in Indiana but the spotlight is going from scoring points to scoring laps before that he take on the Brooklyn nets tomorrow Jimmy Butler said to appear as a guest on tonight's the daily show on Comedy Central Jimmy buckets and host Trevor Noah our friend so Butler expects to keep the conversation of ask Paula joking around the show airs at eleven o'clock at night and it's super draft day for Major League Soccer the first time that into Miami CF will be able to pick from some top college talent their deadly incentive for them to have done their homework and to get it fixed right because that will just be another feather in the cap another step in the right direction Travis Clark with top drawer soccer dot com says this draft is more important for Miami because the new club has been developed its own academy system yet in a Miami CF plays its first exhibition games next month and debuts at the new Lockhart stadium March fourteenth when he's at five thirty this morning snacks I'm Natalie Rodriguez newsradio six ten WIOD for the future radio has will when you access to instant you can click on the links news radio six ten at W. Y. O. D. dot com or pushing now milder air in gusty winds out of the east and on the backside of high pressure on the bottom end of it anyway that flow off the water continuing to increase humidity upper seventies today already warmer this morning very about the clouds of stiff east wind twenty to thirty miles an hour cloudy windy tonight warm seventy three cloudy windy tomorrow hive seventy nine some of the words could gust over thirty low eighties over the weekend slight chance of a shower thunderstorm by Sunday with updates around the clock on South Florida severe weather station the weather channel three stage gun is ready six ten W. I. Hootie this report is.

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"key biscayne" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"key biscayne" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Okay how big the shark they come in like stories will taste whiskey is you guys went away thinking the Tennessee whiskey is not and they are and maybe the shark would like it if it were me I'd go back for a second bite if that were the case here's a here's why is becoming a growing story in it and nationwide story because the day before to other people were also been in new Smyrna beach yeah like back to back yeah and then you have the guy again not that new Smyrna beach but where is the after key Biscayne that that those guys in the both those fishermen found float in the water by a shark well that's a tough the I think that's good no that's not it at all right okay with like at all is this McDonald's where was this in was just in Tampa I do is wrong with this is one of the stories I didn't even want to look into because it was so disturbing so dumb about the person's been fired thank goodness is an employee at a McDonald's the fired for it reportedly refusing to serve a pair of paramedics allegedly over the workers reluctance to serve anyone it with a bandage so anybody who you have to be done with the server would say I'm sorry I don't serve people with a badge are you kidding me so they're not even like let's say security guard on his lunch break yeah I know they because they would have their top paramedic saved potentially could say does he have a Donald so I'm thinking it wouldn't have been justice involves and they had like one that's not funny but thank you have a heart attack yeah in the medical expertise to sorry I don't know McDonald's employees half and half how could you could you say that to somebody how amazingly ignorant now but probably in fifteen Bucks an hour yeah we don't we don't serve your kind here the restaurant said the office is said officers and anyone.

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"key biscayne" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"key biscayne" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"You're headed to San Francisco we have fifty five degrees there sixty in Oakland and sixty three in Sacramento news ninety three point one care for Kmart let's bring in sac right now time now for news from the neighborhood and kids are heading back to school August seventh on the eve of all right Zack what do you have there for headline today yeah Steve Sir are saying goodbye to summer in Tracy said Traci's largest school district has gone back to school and I just think it's so early is that's in the Tracy press right yeah exactly new Thomas going back today Roseville tomorrow I don't think of the air conditioning costs you know air conditioning although schools and classrooms and everything yeah yeah it's gonna my lord I'm on board I'm you've got to hear the story guys both the okay so forty year old diver in key Biscayne in now out into the Florida area bitten by a shark okay and that's bad the flags down a charter boat and they pulled the board and on the boat about a dozen nurses all million lottery yeah all these nurses were out on this fishing trip they saw him they pull them aboard there's pictures to king at that the ABC news page and there's pictures of this as well and he's like man what lock osso me that doesn't sound like like the punch line of object like the beginning of a joke right right full of nurses right right right right right is no joke to him where they were angels that incredible story window flashed a bright and when not to you know there's a lot of people get confused about this they do they do and they think that they are they are true if you note saying something to the other driver by flashing their bright and the other drivers like mad it's lost in translation we have that in three minutes have your say news ninety three point one K. on your smartphone dial pound two fifty and say open like seven eleven has more.

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Diver attacked by shark rescued by nurses on nearby boat in Florida

The KFBK Morning News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Diver attacked by shark rescued by nurses on nearby boat in Florida

"Forty year old diver in key Biscayne in now out into the Florida area bitten by a shark okay and that's bad the flags down a charter boat and they pulled the board and on the boat about a dozen nurses all million lottery yeah all these nurses were out on this fishing trip they saw him they pull them aboard there's pictures to king at that the ABC news page and there's pictures of this as well and he's like man what lock osso me that doesn't sound like like the punch line of object like the beginning of a joke right right full of nurses right right right right right is no joke to him where they were angels that

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3 shark attacks reported at same Florida beach within 24 hours

Chad Benson

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

3 shark attacks reported at same Florida beach within 24 hours

"Beach goers in Florida are on high alert after three shark attacks on the same day the first incident happened Saturday near Miami were fishermen was bitten and rushed to a trauma center friends say the man was fishing on a twenty three foot boat over night off key Biscayne and just hours later to other attacks by new Smyrna beach known as the shark bite capital

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"key biscayne" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"key biscayne" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Company would pay the Bill, all, but ten thousand dollars in the deductible. They elected to pay six hundred thousand dollars to get their data back. Normally I you know, the FBI says do not pay ransom to ransomware thieves a in encourages them. You probably don't need courage, it encourages them and be you may not get your data bekker's. These guys are crooks. You're saying, oh, yeah. I trust the crook Sola. Give me the key. You know, they're crooks, and we don't. You're trusting them with well, I'm going to give them six hundred thousand dollars. Let's see what happens that just shows how desperate these cities, are they got. They get nothing. They get nothing. I'm gonna guess because it was such a highly publicized case that ransomware authors if they put two and two together so that must be revere beach because they may not even know. Oh, that must be revere beach. We better unlock that, because of course, the ransomware authors want you to think giving the money will work. So, you know, it would make sense in a few well-publicized cases that you that you do. In fact, give give back the data. But that's not the end of it. That's not the end of it. Lake City was hit by ransomware on June tents lake cities, and even smaller town, only twelve thousand people, they paid four hundred sixty thousand dollars. It's twenty three dollars a citizen or something, right? That's crazy. Four hundred sixty three thousand dollars in bitcoin to the hackers and then we just got word this week the Key Biscayne a town of three thousand people. Is locked down with ransomware. They had a city council meeting last night decide whether to pay. So a couple of things I should say on this. A good Email system will block those emails away this at every one of those three cases and pretty much all ransomware, cases, it comes from these cases, a city employees getting an Email, targeted Email. Clicking on a link. Either took them to a website with the malware on it or it, contain them our that they opened ran as a program thinking, ause must be the new flash or something. I don't know. They ran it and infected not only their computer, but spread over their network the entire system, locking. It all down making all unusable until either. Their IT guy said, oh, that's too bad. Let's start let's restore from backup and do it over. Or failing that they pay the ransom or they started over and said, well, we don't need to keep track of any tax stuff, you know, all that's, that's silly. We don't who needs to know what who lives in town. We don't need another anything you can imagine. I mean, that's all their data's gone hope they had a good backup, but got a point this out, it's a failure of IT from day one, first of all, train, you've got to train, your employees at least make them aware that people are going to try to be getting into our system by sending you E mail. L even see this in the news from a stranger don't open Email from stranger. No, it won't be from a stranger. It'll be from your boss. It'll be from somebody who claims to be your boss. It'll be a name you recognize. And the reason they bad guys used the boss, I will figure it out figure out who's who the city. It's easy. It's all public information that go to the website who's a city manager. Oh Joe 'Fiori. All right. Send Email to the city comptroller from Joe fee Ori saying. Urgent issue I'm really concerned. The spreadsheet is not adding up to me. I think we've got a problem. Can you open it and look at it? Now, if you get that Email is a city employee. You're an open it right. No stop stop. I people don't send Email attachments. I've been saying this for more than a decade. So that's job one send a link to something and jump to is when you get if you treat you got to teach everybody in your organization, not to open these emails to think twice before clicking a link and even then you're going to see stuff..

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"key biscayne" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"key biscayne" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Fficials and not on the league as much as one of the coaches questions. Why didn't you say Joe? So yes now your strategy if this is the way it goes, and it's not, not certain. But this is the way if this is the way it's goes, if you're a coke, you certainly have to keep a challenge in your back pocket, virtually the pride of play every game because interfere to such a big play can be fifty. Sixty are play. You cannot have miscall that you're not allowed to show that you can't tell it because you don't have one left the it changes the strategy to coaches don't want that. But again, sort of the big picture, and balancing out this problem versus that problem, the hail Mary problem versus the too many stoppages in the last two minutes, and also sort of be, you know, who's going to get the blame if this fall apart, why people don't put on the coaches in the strategy of how you allocate your challenges. That's is sort of a whole different dynamic. I if this were to ever happen again. Unless Mark coach gets to challenge challenges. Correct in regulation or before the final two minutes of the fourth quarter and gets that third challenge and gets that correct. And now is just out of challenges because that's how many challenges coach coaches allowed to have. And thus can't actually make some form of a challenge in the final two minutes because they're out of the allocated challenges then it's back on the NFL as a problem. And that's part of the issue that so many fans are having right now is this rabbit hole that we go down into that we finally get to the instant replay viability for a hail Mary. What constitutes a hail Mary, does it have to be X number of yards out of the end zone. Does it have to be X number of receivers in the end zone? I mean how does that codification go down? And, you know, so we're, we're sitting in the lobby up the Ritz Carlton, down and Key Biscayne the other day, and these questions, very questions that you're asking. But here we're we're put before rich McKay. So if you're going to go the way, the, the competition committee, now, looks like it's going to go and invest that it's not definite yet. But the owners authorized the competition comedic go this way, if they think it's the right way to go. And it's all under the coach's challenge system. The entire game we don't go to the replay assistant in the last two minutes of each half, and then the, the depart the that's added to the rule. And with also had a rule is you can't challenge a hail Mary. Well, how do you right into the rule? What the hell Mary? What is it now? It's sort of one of the things like yeah. We know when we see it, but you can't write a rule that way you can't write a role. It's a hail Mary. And you'll note when you see you have to say it's from this yard line or some, you know it's in the end zone. It's this many guys this minute. Receivers this many defensive dies all involved. In the play yet. So you're going to have to at some point, put that onto writing that this is what qualifies as a hail Mary, and there's nothing that I think that's difficult. I think that's problematic. Rich McKay said he thinks that can't be done in the competition committee. We'll be able to do it. So I guess that's sort of falls under. We'll see it can't be done. Mark. I mean, the in my couple more minutes. I have I have left with you here on the rich Eisen show. Why is medical marijuana? Suddenly, the hot topic that it, it is. I, I have my theory and love to get it from you. I just think it is part of the reason is, is we're coming up to another set of CPA negotiation pumping. The players have wanted. We've seen players like you, you g Monroe. So they believe it's an effective tool for pay management. We've seen a reluctance on the league's part to admit that, you know, over and over hurt Roger Goodell say, we'll wait until the, the science gets there on this before we, we are willing to take that sample..

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"key biscayne" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast

The Tennis.com Podcast

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"key biscayne" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast

"And it's so important even if he comes once a year to the country or or five times a year, it's important to have these tournaments in Miami. Open was absolutely essential to the survival that in this country's apps. Essential. I totally agree. And I think that we I don't know if it's a dull, sir. I don't know. If it's the Jada types of covers sport, we get caught up in attendance and venue in meteorites. And I'm thinking, if you're my son, you know, if you're a teenager, and you go to the Miami open, you're not paying attention to empty seats and camera angles. You are having a great day, and you're spending your walking around the grounds. And you're finding exciting matches and you're getting some autographs and you're eating good food. And I'm thinking that that is a great exposure to tennis. That's a great people. Go to the US open who are in hardcore fans who aren't getting caught up in court assignments. And whether Andy played too late, and they're just having a day in the sun, watching tennis, and they come back and say, this is one of the all-time great sporting days I've ever had. And I totally agree with you that we talk about how they're fewer US players now, especially on the men's side than there used to be. I think the real pivot point is that they're so fewer US events. And I think that hurts the sport more than whether they're six Americans the top Tanner or none. But I will. I want to ask you to though, this seems to be I don't know if it's the way the world. But certainly the way the world tennis in the US, you have these philanthropists, and or these, you know, these individuals with means who were really propping up the sport. It's Larry Ellison on the west coast. Now, it's Stephen Ross on the east coast, Mark, I'm under if you just took over the Washington DC event, these are individuals with with capital who have a real fun this for the sport. I mean, they're not doing this as charity, but at the same time, there is an emotional investment is this how tennis tournament is just sort of how the business of tennis is going to start going. Oh, I think it is. I also has bought world team tennis. So he definitely invested was on the board the USDA for time. And so yes, I think it's great that we have these really investing in the sport Oracle's, another one. I mean, they are really supplying now the future tour, which is where these youngsters are getting their experienced Ben be able to go into the pro choice. So Oracle's giving them all BB and address is you know, she's one who was able to benefit from all those tour vents at oracle provided to get a ranking up again to the big one. So I think that yes, I mean all Larry Ellison, even raw this is what we need we need the money. It's about resources, you know, I m g had a tough time and Key Biscayne, obviously with the owner and being able to what they want. But also investing money to upgrade the in the in the vent and says Stephen Ross now is providing those resources and not only just to this year, but then to the long-term future, and he has the pockets that can do that can help reinvent this event. Year in year out. And that's we need a long-term resource that really can provide for future for these events. And we had that with Virginia Slims a long time ago on the women's tour. And now, I think it's great to see, you know, these very wealthy people who are invested in the sport coming and helping out, and I don't think I mean it at some level. That's were sports ownership in general's going. This doesn't sound altogether different from a billionaire buying an NFL team or NBA team. But let's let's talk about extra tennis. Let's let's talk about what you saw on the court Ashburn was our fourteenth female champion and fourteen events so far on the women's side..

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"key biscayne" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast

The Tennis.com Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"key biscayne" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast

"Do you think it's just he's done so much, and he had to do so much that get there from his big fall off that sort of just like settling in at this point. Yeah, I think these this ATP politics is probably exacted a price. Both in terms of time, and sort of mental energy. This is somebody who likes to be liked and he took some some shots both sort of in public but also behind closed doors. I think that's probably wait on him quite a bit on the court. Yeah. Interesting. But let's go to someone who is on the ground Miami. I mean again for my perspective, it seemed like a success. I mean, first of all, I think just big picture. We can all agree that least here in the US Zena phobic-ly. We can all agree that moving to a new football stadium twenty miles north of downtown Miami very much preferable. Again, I say this from an American perspective, but preferable to seeing this event go offshore going to do buyer Dhabi, which apparently was on the table when I am g was really considering selling this event. So big picture. I think everyone should be thrilled in the United States. At least that this event stayed where it is you move this from Key Biscayne, which is essentially an island on the other side of a causeway from downtown Miami to a football stadium. NFL stadium north of town. I think overall this was an awfully strong first year you heard some complain some of the players said Lister visually almost as a as an experienced both seeing the ball. But also hearing the ball. It was an adjustment, man. You're playing a football stadium. Right. That's that's a lot different from playing an in Crandon park on on Key Biscayne. But you know, there was some pressroom gripes. There were the usual. We were told to go this way, we went that way. People were bitching about the price of parking, which I don't none of us like being out for parking. But in the grand scheme of things, if the biggest gripe is I had to pay forty bucks a park, my car, that's probably revealing in and of itself. I think you know, biggest thing great storylines to come out of the tournament..

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"key biscayne" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

Beyond the Baseline

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"key biscayne" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

"And it's so important even if he comes once a year to the country or or five times a year, it's important to have these tournaments in Miami. Open was absolutely essential to the survival that in this country's apps. Essential. I totally agree. And I think that we I don't know if it's a dull, sir. I don't know. If it's the Jada types of covers sport, we get caught up in attendance and venue in meteorites. And I'm thinking, if you're my son, you know, if you're a teenager, and you go to the Miami open, you're not paying attention to empty seats and camera angles. You are having a great day, and you're spending your walking around the grounds. And you're finding exciting matches and you're getting some autographs and you're eating good food. And I'm thinking that that is a great exposure to tennis. That's a great people. Go to the US open who are in hardcore fans who aren't getting caught up in court assignments. And whether Andy played too late, and they're just having a day in the sun, watching tennis, and they come back and say, this is one of the all-time great sporting days I've ever had. And I totally agree with you that we talk about how they're fewer US players now, especially on the men's side than there used to be. I think the real pivot point is that they're so fewer US events. And I think that hurts the sport more than whether they're six Americans the top Tanner or none. But I will. I want to ask you to though, this seems to be I don't know if it's the way the world. But certainly the way the world tennis in the US, you have these philanthropists, and or these, you know, these individuals with means who were really propping up the sport. It's Larry Ellison on the west coast. Now, it's Stephen Ross on the east coast, Mark, I'm under if you just took over the Washington DC event, these are individuals with with capital who have a real fun this for the sport. I mean, they're not doing this as charity, but at the same time, there is an emotional investment is this how tennis tournament is just sort of how the business of tennis is going to start going. Oh, I think it is. I also has bought world team tennis. So he definitely invested was on the board the USDA for time. And so yes, I think it's great that we have these really investing in the sport Oracle's, another one. I mean, they are really supplying now the future tour, which is where these youngsters are getting their experienced Ben be able to go into the pro choice. So Oracle's giving them all BB and address is you know, she's one who was able to benefit from all those tour vents at oracle provided to get a ranking up again to the big one. So I think that yes, I mean all Larry Ellison, even raw this is what we need we need the money. It's about resources, you know, I m g had a tough time and Key Biscayne, obviously with the owner and being able to what they want. But also investing money to upgrade the in the in the vent and says Stephen Ross now is providing those resources and not only just to this year, but then to the long-term future, and he has the pockets that can do that can help reinvent this event. Year in year out. And that's we need a long-term resource that really can provide for future for these events. And we had that with Virginia Slims a long time ago on the women's tour. And now, I think it's great to see, you know, these very wealthy people who are invested in the sport coming and helping out, and I don't think I mean it at some level. That's were sports ownership in general's going. This doesn't sound altogether different from a billionaire buying an NFL team or NBA team. But let's let's talk about extra tennis. Let's let's talk about what you saw on the court Ashburn was our fourteenth female champion and fourteen events so far on the women's side..

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"key biscayne" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

Beyond the Baseline

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"key biscayne" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

"Do you think it's just he's done so much, and he had to do so much that get there from his big fall off that sort of just like settling in at this point. Yeah, I think these this ATP politics is probably exacted a price. Both in terms of time, and sort of mental energy. This is somebody who likes to be liked and he took some some shots both sort of in public but also behind closed doors. I think that's probably wait on him quite a bit on the court. Yeah. Interesting. But let's go to someone who is on the ground Miami. I mean again for my perspective, it seemed like a success. I mean, first of all, I think just big picture. We can all agree that least here in the US Zena phobic-ly. We can all agree that moving to a new football stadium twenty miles north of downtown Miami very much preferable. Again, I say this from an American perspective, but preferable to seeing this event go offshore going to do buyer Dhabi, which apparently was on the table when I am g was really considering selling this event. So big picture. I think everyone should be thrilled in the United States. At least that this event stayed where it is you move this from Key Biscayne, which is essentially an island on the other side of a causeway from downtown Miami to a football stadium. NFL stadium north of town. I think overall this was an awfully strong first year you heard some complain some of the players said Lister visually almost as a as an experienced both seeing the ball. But also hearing the ball. It was an adjustment, man. You're playing a football stadium. Right. That's that's a lot different from playing an in Crandon park on on Key Biscayne. But you know, there was some pressroom gripes. There were the usual. We were told to go this way, we went that way. People were bitching about the price of parking, which I don't none of us like being out for parking. But in the grand scheme of things, if the biggest gripe is I had to pay forty bucks a park, my car, that's probably revealing in and of itself. I think you know, biggest thing great storylines to come out of the tournament..

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"key biscayne" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"key biscayne" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"At third stand for like, we just don't have he's trying to find something. And I don't know. I like it. I like that style. Did you guys? See what happened Oltra we call? It a lot of this isn't something to really brag about because a lot of people were calling. What was going to happen with ultra what happened? I don't know. You didn't see no, man. It was it was all over social media. Okay. So there was a fire in which I don't believe the video that went viral accused security guard of throwing out a cigarette and starting a fire. I don't believe that. But that was one of those. And so a lot of fire trucks had to go into Virginia key. This should not Virginia key. There's one road in Rhode our Virginia key doesn't have the infrastructure for an event of this scale smaller things. Yes. But even when the Miami open was over in Key Biscayne, it was a bit of a nightmare. So they told there were no ridesharing apps. Available for old tra- music fast. You couldn't take an Uber or lift over there. And you couldn't get one the leave. They told the crew even though there was all sorts of ambiguity surrounding it. They told anybody who had to take it. You had to look for these details. It wasn't. There wasn't great communication. There was some free. Shuttles leaving from around the or center, and there were some water taxis. I don't know a single person that took a water water taxi. However, the predictable happen, we've told you. This was going to end without ends of people walking from Virginia key over that bridge and back and sure as hell thousands of people took to the streets closing off a bridge that was already packed because fire trucks were having to go in there to put out a fire and fire fest vibes. Just total Miami bleep show. It wasn't fire fast. They'll fire I didn't have a single performance and people couldn't eat. You just have to walk over a bridge. It was not bad. No run over that bridge for fun. I did it two weeks ago. It really honestly, I think it got overblown. I think the internet was just ready because fire fest. Everyone loves those. Documentaries. The the internet was ready to pounce on this thing. Dude, I've been the lollapalooza several times in Chicago..

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"key biscayne" Discussed on Climate Cast

Climate Cast

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"key biscayne" Discussed on Climate Cast

"Adriana brasileiro visited Key, Biscayne to write the story for Thomson Reuters, foundation news. I asked her what she found well, the data shows fake clearly that even homes in the same neighborhood home, they're located on streets that are at lower elevation are selling for for lower value, and their value is also appreciating more slowly than in other neighborhoods in Miami. So for this particular study, one surprising conclusion was that in Key Biscayne, which is very high scale, high demand market for real estate prices were falling considerably across the neighborhood. So it really is an indicator. Shen that people home buyers are thinking about flooding Key, Biscayne constantly floods even when when it isn't raining because of of high tide and sea level rise. And so the study really shows that people are more aware of what's happening in there being home buyers or more picky about where they're, you know, looking for home to Miami in general, are some local realtors noticing this trend? Yes. You know, for years there's been anecdotal evidence that this was happening. And the interesting thing about this Harvard studies that it actually puts numbers behind these anecdotes and and the evidence that we've seen. So yes, realtors, they admit that this is happening though. They say that Miami is still a very hot real estate market because there's a lot of demand still for not only single family homes, but also condos, including in areas. Of low elevation. They will say, yes, there is some concern about flooding, but on the other hand, you know, demand overall is increasing home values are increasing overall in the county. So they're saying that it shows that people are still willing to come and buy property Miami. We've reported on the so-called sunny day floods in south Florida places like Miami Beach. But as this now effect of life in other areas too. You mentioned Key, Biscayne. Is it happening there? Yes. It didn't happening not only in in upscale areas, but also places like a neighborhood called short crest, which is not on right on the beach. It's it's actually on the water on the bay on the Biscayne Bay that neighborhood Sunday flooding is so extreme and it's increased so much in the last ten years that there is actually a proposal now by city authorities to. Remove some people, some residences from the various where there's where there's more flooding. So it happened, they often and not just doing the king kites, which which usually happened here in the fall whenever there's a full moon and and and high Kyd short crest is is underwater. So just like Key Biscayne. So yes, it is a fact of life. People are much more aware. Everyone has an anecdote about it in those areas. So it's it's becoming very frequent. So we have the sunny day floods now and then in south Florida. And then we have the individual storm surges with hurricanes like Erma. How do those storm surges that come with hurricanes change perspective and attitudes about sea level rise in home values? Irma was definitely a defining moment. I think in just people's awareness of climate change and sea level rise here, Miami, it was a extreme. As you can imagine, Brickell which is near the downtown area with flooded, which is something that doesn't happen that often. And you know, after Irma people really got a chance to see what it would be like, you know what it will be like as flooding becomes more frequent home values were affected mostly by perception. You know people. Now after Irma they see which neighborhoods have been more affected, which were considerably which weren't really touched because of higher elevation. And the trend is that we've seen in these studies homebuyers are looking for higher elevations or home that have been elevated. So they're newer home, newer construction, and by. They're also looking for condos, they're looking for apartment which have better better infrastructure to deal with the flooding you cited one homeowner in your story who sold. Her home and said this quote, we could probably have waited for a better offer, but we just wanted to sell before the next hurricane season. That's pretty revealing to me. How do people think and live in Florida from one hurricane season to the next? Yeah, that was..

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"key biscayne" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"key biscayne" Discussed on 710 WOR

"What do you know about bb ra bozo that was nixon's friend how about you douglas that's about all i know about him that's about all i know my books is really based on the information that i i happened to me and and so i i wouldn't know anything about baby though so he was down in your neck of the woods peter wasn't he sure was key biscayne florida yup absolutely he was he was a wealthy friend of richard nixon and i dabbling in all kinds of thanks peter thanks for that let's go to manchester connecticut joe's with us joseph go ahead sir good evening mr caddy mr nori to important questions i'd like to ask you then i'll hang up and you can give the answer over the radio okay the first one is the only promise that president trump hasn't kept is he promised during his campaign the kennedy assassination was supposed to be released last year and then there was only some dribs and drabs release the bulk of it is being held out for an indefinite future day what would compel president trump in your opinion not to release that information like you promise that's the only promise i know he hasn't kept the day and then the second thing even more important than that i'm very fearful with all this information about the kennedy assassination and all the dynamics behind it they must be dynamics in play right now i fear for president trump safety going forward and i don't know if anything happened to president trump like sixty million plus people in this country we would be in a civil war because people right now we're just being quiet let's talk about the first the second i make it a point that we do not talk about those issues on the radio douglas but in terms of the jfk records not releasing them why not trump made that decision not to release all of them and that was a mistake but i think that possibly that he he is aware of the alien presence and especially because of the message that was left in the library thereby nixon which he's aware of but let me point one other thing recently announced a special space force that would be created as part of the defense department a military space force and i read into that that he is aware of the whole issue of alien presence and importance to to our country to the world and this is motivating some of his decisions here including maybe not releasing everything that can't that are in the records that my open this up on your another joe in long island new york east of the rockies side joe go ahead douglas a couple of questions on your book one once you're kinda saying you think jfk i mean rather who i was actually knocked off watch would be a big deal because he was still the fbi director and also with these people you went to viewed for the book that anybody mansion either they use of drugs by these characters or dabbling and the diabolical or dark arts and with nixon them south what how much power play was because as i read history it seemed like he was running the country at times as the vice president do.

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"key biscayne" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"key biscayne" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"What do you know about bb ribaud zo that was nixon's friend how 'bout you douglas that's about all i know about him i'm reading that's about all i know my books is really based on the information i i happened to me and and so i don't know anything about baby though so he was down in your neck of the woods peter wasn't he sure was key biscayne florida yup absolutely he was he was a wealthy friend of richard nixon and dabbling in all kinds of thanks peter thanks for that let's go to manchester connecticut joel's with us joseph go ahead sir good evening mr caddy mr nari to important questions i'd like to ask then i'll hang up and you can give the answer over the radio okay the first one is the only promise that president trump hasn't kept is he promised during his campaign the date of kennedy assassination that was supposed to be released last year and then there was only some dribs and drabs released the bulk of it is being held out for an indefinite future date what would compel president trump in your opinion not to release that information like you promise that's the only promise i know he hasn't kept day and then the second thing even more important than that i'm very fearful with all this information about the kennedy assassination and all the dynamics behind it they must be dynamics in play right now i fear for president trump safety going forward and i don't know if anything happened to president trump wakes sanity sixty million plus people in this country we would be in a civil war because people right now we're just being quiet well let's talk about the first the second i make it a point that we do not talk about those issues on the radio douglas but in terms of the jfk records not releasing now why not trump about made a decision not to release all of them and that was a mistake i think that possibly that he he is aware of the alien presence and especially because of the message that was left in the library thereby nixon which is aware of but let me point one other thing recently announced a special space force that would be created as part of the defense department a military space force and i read into that that he is aware of the whole issue of the alien presence and importance to to our country to the world and this is motivating some of his decisions here including making up releasing everything that can't that are in the records my open this up on way or another it's gonna joe in long island new york east of the rockies side joe go ahead douglas a couple of questions on your book one once you're kinda saying you think j f k i mean rather who i was actually not off what would be a big deal because he was still e fbi director and also with these people you went to viewed for the book did anybody mansion either they use of frogs by these characters or dabbling and the diabolical or doc arts and.

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