17 Burst results for "Killingly Connecticut"

"killingly connecticut" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"killingly connecticut" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Former special education teacher in Cumberland who's already in trouble for alleged sex crimes that are involving kids earning a multiple media outlets Nicolas Allah Vera is charged with sexual assault for an incident involving a student at Ashton elementary school in Cumberland where he worked Olivera already faces charges out of Lincoln and out of Killingly Connecticut two you made an initial appearance yesterday in court in Providence Jack Perry in the Providence journal says toward police are seeing an increase in scam attempts in their city someone or some people have been posing as a work police officer in an attempt to scam people that's according to an advisory came out yesterday the intended victims are contacted by telephone the police said the names of specific officer should being used and the victims are being informed that they have warrants for their arrest the police said during the call disposition of the case is being offered by a falsely claimed officer at the victim can pay sometimes thousands of dollars in gift cards and other forms of digital crypto currency but that's not the only kind of scanned the word police are investigating they said we're also seeing the reported increase in various types of financial fraud where money is being demanded over the phone involving online romances computer tech virus support scams and distressed family members in jail last week the Narragansett police warned residents of a scam that is targeted elderly folks in Rhode Island residents in at least three communities Cranston south Kingstown Portsmouth we talked about that now in that ruse intended victim she called and told that a grand challenge been arrested and needs money for bail the police are especially concerned about it because the scammers actually will visit the victim's residence to pick up the payment which meant police put out a description of a suspicious vehicle after an elderly resident was scammed out of several thousand dollars if I ever got a phone call like that I'd say oh yeah sure come to my door in about half an hour and I'll have the money ready for you and then hang up call the cops in the B. wait for this job only to show up meantime the better business bureau is warning of a scam in which the caller trick the intended victim into saying yes to authorize a purchase so it's not a new scam that one but it has resurfaced recently in both Rhode Island Massachusetts also in Vermont to call the typically pretends to be with the company or department from an organization and tricks the intended victim by asking can you hear me yeah that's games when out there for quite some time but I'll tell you it's so easy to fall for this kind of stuff so you got to keep your antenna up on all that kind of stuff but they lowered the boom and this woman in east Greenwich financial predator sentenced to eight years in this elaborate fraud scheme and Tim white from Eyewitness News and target twelve is covering that trips to the Caribbean celebrity meetings a sprawling million dollar east Greenwich home prosecutors say Monique Brady live the high life by reaching into the pockets of others we had victims that that really suffered that they lost their life savings assistant US attorney Lee bill Kerr says one of Brady's victims was caring for her quadriplegic husband and her parents were suffering from Alzheimer's is pretty convinced her to give her all.

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"killingly connecticut" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"killingly connecticut" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Everyone is expected to be okay no word on what caused the crash a teacher arrested last year and Rhode Island for child molestation is facing a sexual assault charge in Connecticut state police there accuse and Nicholas a live the era of former special ed teacher in Cumberland of inappropriately touching and nine year old girl at a campground in Killingly Connecticut in July of twenty eighteen police the Lincoln had previously arrested a living area last September on two counts of child molestation for alleged incidents involving two young girls the superintendent of Cumberland schools had said the charges were not related to his teaching position and that a living error had already been placed on leave Uday judges on top in the delegate count from last week's Iowa caucuses after a huge delay because of technical difficulties the Iowa Democratic Party announced that it's given fourteen delegates to the former south bend Indiana mayor Bernie Sanders will get twelve delegates followed by Elizabeth Warren with eight and Joe Biden with six senator Lindsey Graham is on board with the key witness in the impeachment inquiry being taken out of the White House the South Carolina Republican spoke to CBS's face the nation and called it lieutenant colonel Alexander Veneman's reassignment justified ever been asked questions did you link to the whistle blower people in his chain of command have been suspicious of him regarding his political point of view than men's attorney said Friday that his client was escorted out of the White House the Chinese ambassador to the U. S. as warning against a spreading fear and misinformation about the corona virus speaking to CBS's face the nation sweet young keys that there are still a lot of unknowns about the virus that's how foster.

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"killingly connecticut" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"killingly connecticut" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Expected to be okay no word on what caused the crash a teacher arrested last year and Rhode Island for child molestation is facing a sexual assault charge in Connecticut state police there accuse and Nicholas a live the era of former special ed teacher in Cumberland of inappropriately touching and nine year old girl at a campground in Killingly Connecticut in July of twenty eighteen police the Lincoln had previously arrested a living area last September on two counts of child molestation for alleged incidents involving two young girls the superintendent of Cumberland schools had said the charges were not related to his teaching position and that a living there had already been placed on leave Uday judges on top in the delegate count from last week's Iowa caucuses after a huge delay because of technical difficulties the Iowa Democratic Party announced that it's given fourteen delegates to the former south bend Indiana mayor Bernie Sanders will get twelve delegates followed by Elizabeth Warren with eight and Joe Biden with six senator Lindsey Graham is on board with the key witness in the impeachment inquiry being taken out of the White House the South Carolina Republican spoke to CBS's face the nation and called it lieutenant colonel Alexander Veneman's reassignment justified he's never been asked questions did you link to the whistle blower people in his chain of command have been suspicious of him regarding his political point of view than men's attorney said Friday that his client was escorted out of the White House the Chinese ambassador to the U. S. as warning against a spreading fear and misinformation about the corona virus speaking to CBS's face the nation sweet young keys that there are still a lot of unknowns about the virus that's how provides to learn.

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"killingly connecticut" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

11:51 min | 2 years ago

"killingly connecticut" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast

"I also also patriot. Page captain hunters podcasts on Patriot again. Venlo pay PAL and cash up all of those are CPT l.. Hunter it does cost cost a little bit for me to put these episodes out so any love and support that you would give would only help me keep it going and keep it growing. Thank you so much For the love in the support that you have been giving I really really appreciate on not just saying so. We have a great episode for you today. Now I recorded this episode back in December of Twenty nineteen and I have a number of episodes that are ready to go And and I wanted to do a little bit about br black history but I decided to release this episode which is GonNa Teach her native American mascots native American issues because of of the Super Bowl and because of the Kansas City chiefs and the whole mascot issues. As you'll hear me declare or hear me talk about With my special guest. Dr Laurel Davis Delano. I came across an article. I think it was back in November twenty nineteen Talking about killingly high school had changed their mascot from red men. I'm not even sure if that's a racial slur or not but let's just say the are the R. Word the argument They wanted to change that from the red men to the red hawks. There are words to the Red Hawks. Now they changed the name to be more sensitive sort of to the plight of native people and during this past school season the parents former members of the high school came together for big panel and they decided to change the name back to the armament. Now I was Kinda floored by this because they got together at one time. It said okay. We're going to be culturally sensitive and change it to the Red Hawks and then they decided to change it back to something. That's more culturally insensitive. So I think that there's definitely something when people talk about this current administration That's in the White House There's definitely something that has been sparked. I'M NOT GONNA change this until totally political podcast. But there's definitely something that's in the air and I think that this is one of the effects of what's in the air and that's zwide decided to reach out to Dr Laura Davis Delano in talk about this Particular problem and so she was kind enough and gracious racist enough to come on the PODCASTS and share her expertise. But that's the reason why and I really was floored by this particular article in news that was going on on and so much so that that when you read the different newspaper articles concerning this is that many of the people actually voted There the town leaders out. They almost flipped the from the Democrats. The Republicans in Killingly Connecticut. Because of this issue and and as we're discussing a podcast you will understand that. This is not just isolated to Connecticut but numerous cities and towns all over. The country country are wrestling with not only with this mascot debate but they are flipping legislatures and flipping political spectrum because of these mascot got issues and I. I think that that's very telling so many issues that should be discussed when we're talking about you know who you're going to vote for right. Who's going especially on small town elections? Right you you WANNA talk about. Who's WHO's paving the roads in your local police department and school boards and elections and Alderman and in all these issues that really affect people's lives and to flip school boards over this issue Excuse me flip the leadership of town over an issue as is trivial as a mascot really seems very well trivial to me really very silly so I wanted to have this conversation and And so once again I wanted to thank Dr Laura Davies Delano for coming on the podcast and talking about now. What happened is is that during this conversation we finished the conversation obviously quarterback in December December twenty nineteen and because of the Super Bowl? I decided to call her back but the Kansas City chiefs Being in and winning the Super Bowl also we'll also talk about the the forty niners right in. There's a history between the forty niners being colonizers and all that kind of stuff so between these two NASQAD names being in the Super Bowl. I reached out to Dr Davis Delano. And again we had another fifty minute conversation. So that's GONNA be actually part to in our release that Next next week so stay tuned for that but I want to get this out there and I I really think is very important to keep this conversation going and growing You know I think this is really important from a law enforcement aspect because Law Enforcement was often times going to be called to deal with people who are who are disenfranchised and feel disaffected and and who feel mistreated in who are rebelling in all that kind of stuff. So it's very important to just to have these discussions number one for an academic purpose right because you as the listener. AH WE WANNA learn something right as I wanNA learn something. I think we all want to learn something. We gotta learn what communities are going through. It's not just the black community. It's not just the white community. It's not just a the Hispanic community but we ought to learn about all communities that we live within go to the store within the next two games and everything like that so nope that's it and I just WanNa talk about that. So this is part one of the conversation between myself. Dr Laurel Davis Delano. So let me just give you a little bit about her. Her in her bio Dr Laurel Davis Delano is a professor of sociology at Springfield College in Massachusetts. Dr Davis Delaney's research is focused on on inequality related to race gender and sexual orientation one topic. The Dr Dr David Zelano Studies is native American mascots and she communicates with other scholars who also studied this topic. Davis Delano is currently working on a research project involves an analysis of survey data from over five thousand non native. US participants in an attempt to understand the degree to which they are exposed to representations of native Americans and the content of the represents -tations nations. They most commonly experienced GonNa have a great conversation going to have a great conversation. I'm really really believing that you're going to enjoy this conversation. Just one more thing as I tried to get into the conversations with people I try to do a little bit of a warm up. I do a warm up conversation before I start recording and then we usually pick up a little bit later on our warm up. Conversation was actually very good and we had a discussion as to why some people have been reluctant to come on to my podcast. And I'm saying that because I want people to actually listen to the podcast and if you are are potential guest or if I reach out to you or if you know of a potential I want to have these conversations that are tough and difficult and I think that we always say that that we WANNA have a national conversation about race. A national conversation about criminal. Justice Reform A debate about health care reform and and so when people reach each out to actually have those debates whether you agree with them or whether you don't agree with him I really think that you ought to be willing to have the conversation and listen to the conversation. Obviously I'm talking to you the listener because you're listening to the conversation about the have right now but also keep this in mind if I hope that if you're a potential guest on my podcast or any other podcast outcast Whether you agree with that person you don't agree with that person. Be Willing to go on or have a conversation whether it's a podcast or just a conversation with someone you don't agree with an in everyday life Whether it's on facebook in a non argumentative way obviously is what I'm saying so enough rambling on here is the interview. We're going to be discussing native American mascots with Dr Laurel Davis Delano. Hi How are you very. Well thank you. I truly appreciate you coming on the podcast and I appreciate your your candor in In telling me you know and having that at least that discussion with me the email exchange that we had I really appreciate. That really made me think i. I've thought about it all night actually was very all of it actually and most most in particular the part about where other people may not want to come on the podcast because they might not want to to speak with former law enforcement officer. Yeah as I mentioned You know I had thought about that before and I thought about changing kind of changing the name or doing something radically different because I did have a few problems. Getting people who've come on and and and whatever yeah Yeah I mean who knows. I was just guessing north. I think that's definitely accurate. I went to a conference in St Louis At the beginning of November of ember talked to a number of people in other conferences about about drug reform and you know legalization of marijuana and things like that and so I talked to a number where people you know without a different Panelists and guest speakers and things and so I talked to a number people and they all said Yeah. Okay sure I'll be on your podcast and but I can tell that they were not very enthusiastic about it but I showed them listen. I'm here at the conference number one. I believe in drug reform glue Legalization to some degree So but But but regardless my point is is that I I certainly take your words Yeah they might they might also be concerned not About you in particular but who your audience might be well but again. I think that's the point is my audience. My audience should be I. I want my audience to to to be receptive to different points of view and I wanted to speak to people. So it's not. I'm trying to bridge the gap trying to get one particular group of people right law law enforcement to see another side and I want community activists to see the law enforcement side so we can understand each other and I think the point of this is to have the conversation and how the dialogue we always say. Well let's have a national conversation about race. Have a national dialogue about this about that. Then someone who wants to have the dialogue and then people don't want to do it so uh-huh okay. So thank you for coming on the PODCAST. Dr Laura Davis Delano. Thank you so much for being here. You're welcome so let's get started so one of the reasons that I wanted to have you on. The podcast is because of this controversy that happened in my state of Connecticut. We're in a border state dry. Oh you're in Massachusetts correct. Yes so there's a the high schools killingly. I believe it's called killing high school. I know it's killing killingly Connecticut so so they had it was on the news in kind of piqued my interest. And so what happened is is Back in July of two thousand nineteen the killingly high. Hi School changed the name from the red men to the Red Hawks and now there is a controversy to change it back to the red men. I guess many of the parents who are I assume. My Age old thirties forties fifties or so wanted because they went to high school school because of tradition. And things like that. They wanted to become the red men again. And so I reached out to a number of different people in That's how I found out about you in the work that you have done about native American issues and things like that so before we go down that road. Could you just tell the audience a a.

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"killingly connecticut" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"killingly connecticut" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"You know no limits here is is they got a lot out of McNeil more than they could have counted and I got way more out of the polar bear than they could have counted they got a sigh young from the ground and it still wasn't good enough and they had a healthy pitching starting pitching and none of that you know put them over the top so if they were to have injuries they're still not a deep enough team with their everyday line up to me to overcome them and I think that would be my biggest concern going in with the Mets give me everything perfect that's great but most years you don't get that most teams go through injuries last year they were pretty healthy and it wasn't enough christen Shoreham up next on the fence hi Chris how you doing good noon good afternoon all wanted to touch base with you to get your opinion on the lack of lefty hitting in the Yankees lineup and get your opinion on that I think it's unfortunate I mean I I I I realize it's not as important as it used to be we don't know what the ball will do next year compared to what is done this past season but this is a team that has been lacking left handed power for awhile now and what a hundred games the last two years with fairly average starting pitching and a dynamic offense of line up they want a hundred games two years in a row having a good Tampa team in a good Boston team in their division so I'm not overly worried about it I'm sure that it's not ideal but you're never going to get everything you want you know you're not and that's like put people were unhappy with me or making fun of me a little bit because I didn't want to lose Romijn in all their point was you're not gonna be able to keep everybody and Romijn probably does deserve to get a hundred and ten games for somebody rather than backing up Gary Sanchez who's going to catch as long as he's healthy and even though he has a history of sometimes not being healthy you can't keep role mind just in case you can't keep everybody just in case right I mean you you can't so you're going to have to sacrifice in some spots I I'm hoping that that Romijn shines because I think he deserves and I think he's put on a good show for Yankee fans and been a big part of it but as for the lefty part of what the Yankees offense is missing it's not ideal but it's not a back breaker I would put it that way they'd like to have another left handed bat especially is John are permitted earlier on the show Hicks is a switch hitter of course anger glorious left handed so losing both of them does put them in a negative spot there and does give them potential problems as the season plays out Kevin in North Carolina judges on the fan hi Kevin Hey Chris thank you very much for taking my call your honor I don't I just showed you referenced on that situation without a Jack rabbit when the giants and I would just like to say I'm the father of a solid dual diagnosis he has down syndrome and autism I'm also a huge giant fan as as is my son all three of my sons and I enjoyed I don't want to see if you notice loses job already because I'm I'm really getting tired of the idea that somebody systems and they want their child I mean why why every time I said some still but I would've been unemployed a lot when I started having the problems we communicate the non apology so if you're offended by that what I find you I once he has a member of his family does developmentally disabled maybe he does I don't know about I don't think he gets to make that call for people like me tell us what we should be and should not be offended by I agree with you and I think that the American agrees with you in general right now and a lot has changed over time and will continue to change there's a there's a crazy argument up in Connecticut where I live about and this is not nearly the same thing but there is an and that and now just part of it and it's about the killing Lee high school Killingly Connecticut high school which were the red man change to the red hawks people in the town small town in eastern Connecticut thought that that was bowing to political correctness they had elections in November many of the in this case Republican candidates vowed that they would change it back to read man if they were elected and they work the Republicans took control in Killingly in November so they were gonna move it back to read man the board of education how to vote and the vote was a tie whether to go back to read man or change it to something else and the vote was a tie so now they're playing by the way in a state championship in their class in Connecticut today and my friend Jeff Jacobs wrote about it now they are to come.

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"killingly connecticut" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

10:04 min | 2 years ago

"killingly connecticut" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"Yeah killingly ornamentation poised to backtrack on Redman issue issue. God I haven't I haven't seen this one from killingly Connecticut. The Republican members of the newly elected killingly board of education are wasting no time to Philly a campaign promise to reverse a controversial high school mascot change and bringing back the former native American themed version. Why not you know that portion of state could not get any more? I'll just say one bring it can get ah leaky reading okay. uh-huh born after new officers on the six to three Republican. Majority Group are elected. I said to discuss in possibly resend. The previous boards June motion. That directed Superintendent Steve Ru to ensure the district. And I'm quoting shall no not have or adopted named similar image that depicts or refers to another race individual custom or tradition in quote quote as a mascot name logo or team. Name the separate agenda items called for more specifically rescinding an October motion that formerly chains. The school swimmer air quoting red men. Moniker to red hawks walks which is a good name redhawks and instead readopting the old name Redman the mascot issue which has gribben sections of town was an overreaching campaign platform for men have the Republicans elected into into offense in November. Both on the board and the town council John Mosquera one of the four incoming Republican board members said Friday. He's not sure at the new board will make the name. Change on. Wednesday are just absorbed public comments. I'm the issue scare a staunch opponent of discarding. A Redman name said he understands. The issue has led to better divisions in town but Ma'am based on the board for unilaterally making the change without proper input from residents. Yeah Yeah quoting people are upset both sides and hope we can debate this matter without hate and quote. He says quoting again. There was the process to handle this situation that was ignored by the previous board. Just look at the results. Shows that people disagreeing with this change ranging topic of racist never been far from the Mascot Discussion Mus car it was elected by a wide majority despite admitting he served as Vice Chairman of the Connecticut Chapter of the American Guide Group which the southern around law poverty at the Southern Poverty Law Center. That just doesn't that moniker doesn't make any sense. Southern Poverty Law Center. Yeah Yeah it is. But they're Monica. Poverty has deemed a general hate group. Yeah Yeah you need surprised that Many speaking out against changing the redmen name at the time in the June meeting called the move a an S. O.. P. Or standard operating procedure to political correctness and denied the logo carried any racist connotation again. Yeah the question whether the change whether to chain's mascot which features the profile of native American band wear address. I surfaced many several times over the years but a recent student survey prompted the board directness removal. The week we we actually ran the story of the months ago when all the students voted for the board you respect their your wishes in that case all hours publican former board or wrong. But he's right how to help build strong bodies. Let's listen the boys. You WanNa go bigger and stronger. Don't you okay alien. Pu slices of wonder bread every meal. Give you the eight elements you need to be a big. Hey Boy Joel. Rl Kid was brother kicking bears. I radio uh-huh up. Some all jokes aside. You know these guys you know they. They've just signaled and signal. Just outright said we don't give a crap you don't like the the the native American mascots we just don't care I'm especially bringing a fricken bringing in the Hay Group. That's what that's what the poverty law center Wisconsin War. The MMUS CARA was elected by a wide majority despite admitting heading he served as Vice Chairman of the Connecticut Chapter of the American Guard Group which the Southern Poverty Law Center has deemed named General Feet. Group okay so the American guard group going to kind of take a peak in their underwear drawer and see if they have any skid marks that people should know about The Danny Bastards. Let's see here behind American guard of says according to the ad the L. Fighting fating good dozens of people showed up Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah of their their Maga- supporters. For sure course they had they had American plants but also carried strange shields. Many were t shirts that read American Garter van lenders a few had somewhat sinister appearance of such as the Marceca War Benda lenders sunglasses and supported a are eight zero w a racial holy war a tattoo on the side of his head so this this is the group that that guy came from. Nice Nice trying to find that this is running gift. Prepare for some reason. I just reminded me of inauguration with the white choir written vessel spurred the nineteen sixties. It was written talk. Ah.

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"killingly connecticut" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"killingly connecticut" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Problems on route eighty four westbound we have some delays at times getting getting by work at exit three in Sturbridge David struck Pelino WBZ traffic on the three and now it's time for the four day WBZ accu weather forecast back with us now meteorologist Dave Samuel and Dave I'm trying to see the sun peeking through the cloud. but it's really struggling today yeah these clouds have been Starbird and will probably stay that way this afternoon we'll see clouds mixing with some sunshine though we won't stay completely cloudy the entire afternoon but all these calls are not producing rain falls as a good news there searchers will be in the low to mid seventies across the area this afternoon Clancy locked it at night well below sixty five unity will rise throughout the night that will break out and as such I tomorrow it's a pictures will soar will have a high of eighty six degrees will feel like it's around ninety tomorrow afternoon what are two spots we'll have a thunderstorm later in the day as well then a front flip through the area tomorrow night that cools off Thursday more clouds and sun highs in the low to mid seventies but this go around will likely have some showers around Thursday as well such as back Friday the hide your seventy the good looking weekend Carol a shower on Saturday but otherwise expect seventies to near eighty accu weather meteorologist Dave Sambil WBZ Boston's newsradio sixty five right now and plus sound New Hampshire sixty seven in Hudson mass sixty seven in Kingston this well known Boston where those clouds sixty eight hi this is Steve interest when was the last time you service your sump pump call the sump pump geeks at one eight four four four three three five two two five or visit us at some pump geeks dot com twelve twenty six and now it's time for New England business plans to build a natural gas fired electric generating plant in Killingly Connecticut you're drawing protests from environmentalists the Hartford current says no weather New England state has a new natural gas plant on the drawing board itself with the old and in with the new IT Pratten Whitney Hartford business journal says the east Hartford based jet engine maker has begun its biggest hiring effort.

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"killingly connecticut" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"killingly connecticut" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Now he is paid you can make up for your mistake could keep right on trucking without even stopping anyone for the right left right combination known as the S. right hand turn over to right hand turn for it's all up hill and flat on the hammer in third gear they'll ship the high here at the top of the essence you get off course here there is no forgiveness none whatsoever just a couple layers layers of baby blue armco barrier that are not forgiving what so ever bill spell off here and back head to the back straight away where waiting to watch it all happened is RJ some toy thank you Dave good afternoon everyone right now the field filing by off the back straight away a hundred eighty miles an hour on the backstretch which measures a half mile in length and then it's a quick right left left right combination for what is known as the bus stop sometimes called the chicane or the inner loop to slow the cars down and they will a hundred eighty miles an hour down to ninety miles per hour that back out of the bus stop in on the main course downhill Rhonda to turn number five all long sweeping right hander that is known as the carousel because of that long downhill run that turns the feel completely around here at the south end of the course and directs the back up toward the north end over on the west side at that point they will race toward our Kyle Ricky of Killingly Connecticut all right thank you very much Kurt Becker and good afternoon everybody from a black broadcast platform just to the inside of turn number six this term located at the end of that short straight away that the cars were resigned to at the exit of turn number five that's right away also online by light blue guard rails to the just a few feet off the side of the racetrack turn over six the second year ninety degree a left hand turn with run off room to drivers right if they come in a little bit too hot off of turn number six it's onto a short straight away in a hard right hand turn that points the cars back onto the front straight away great opportunities for drivers to set up and execute.

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"killingly connecticut" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"killingly connecticut" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Anyone for the right left right combination known as the S. right hand turn over to three right hand turn for a tall appeal and flat on my hammer in third gear they'll ship the high here at the top of the essence you get off course here there is no forgiveness none whatsoever just a couple layers layers of baby blue armco barrier that are not forgiving what so ever bill spell off here and back head to the back straight away where waiting to watch it all happened is RJ some toy thank you Dave good afternoon everyone right now the field filing by off the back straight away a hundred eighty miles an hour on the backstretch which measures a half mile in length and then it's a quick right left left right combination for what is known as the bus stop sometimes called the chicane or the inner loop to slow the cars down and they will a hundred eighty miles an hour down to ninety miles per hour that back out of the bus stop in on the main course downhill Rhonda to turn number five all long sweeping right hander that is known as the carousel because about long downhill run that turns the feel completely around here at the south end of the course and directs the back up toward the north end over on the west side at that point they will race toward our Kyle Ricky of Killingly Connecticut all right thank you very much Kurt Becker and good afternoon everybody from up what broadcast platform just to the inside of turn number six this firm located at the end of that short straight away that the cars will respond to you at the exit of turn number five that straight away also aligned by light blue guard rails to the just a few feet off the side of the racetrack turn over six the second year ninety degree a left hand turn with run off room to drivers right if they come in a little bit too hot off of turn number six it's onto a short straight away in a hard right hand turn at points the cars back onto the front straight away to great opportunities for drivers to set up and.

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"killingly connecticut" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"killingly connecticut" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"And hope you enjoyed today's rate. Another driver who has a very good race car that Ford Mustang for Ricky Stenhouse junior he'll roll off from the twelfth starting position as the field. Now begins to roll off pit road. They're called the pace cars followed by a couple of show vehicles. And then won't be long in the thirty eight cars will actually make their way up onto this two mile race track. It is old it is worn out. And we say that with all the love in the world because it makes for great racing. Why don't we take a swig around the racetrack right now and bring in two more voices that will help us. Call the action for you here today on the motor racing network. We're going to start over and turn number two there from killingly. Connecticut is Kyle Ricky. All right. Thank you very much Japan. Good afternoon. Everybody from high atop a billboard just to the outside of turn. Number two. This side of the speedway. Banked at fourteen degrees. Top the bottom and plenty why to raise two and three and even four wide comfortably. That's how why this two mile facility is. Is and practice was any indication this weekend. All of those lanes will be user lies each way. In the driver selects, though will depend on where the driver is most comfortable with his race car in that comfort level will change is the fuel burns off and the tires wear. So the line that driver shakes could change several times over the course of a fuel run. Now, what's off of turn to the cargo spill out onto the long back straight away into view of our very own Rancho Cucamonga California's Dan Hubbard, thank you. Good afternoon. Everybody. It is a long back stretch twenty one hundred feet, which seems to get bumpier every year the drivers compare it to jet skiing over rough waters, but it certainly doesn't stop them from keeping their foot firmly planted to the floorboard as they approach turns three and four turns very similar to the other end of the speedway complete with cracks and crevices, and the Swick seems we'll see every line being exploited today from the flat of the apron all the way right up against the wall. As these drivers try to find a group that suits their car. The best plenty of side-by-side action here this afternoon, I'll covered for you after touring or it's back up the front stretch and into the view, the gentleman anchoring today's broadcast rusty Wallace. Alex and Jeff struggle. Thank you. Dan, the stages in today's auto club four hundred four hundred total apps. They'll go sixty laps in stage. One sixty laps into stage two and then eighty laps in the run to the checkered flag to wrap up today's race. So that affords all sorts of strategies to be played out. And to give us an idea. What those strategies may very well be let's check in with our reporters. And this report from pit road is presented by O'Reilly auto parts. Winston kelly. Well, Alex, we're hearing the field strategy is going to be somewhere around the mid forties. Just like we had yesterday, maybe forty four forty five.

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"killingly connecticut" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"killingly connecticut" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"My name is just dribble alongside from Goldsboro North Carolina. Alex NASCAR hall of Famer rusty Wallace. Also topside covering the action force out in the Turks today from Rancho Cucamonga, California. Dan, Hubbard from killingly, Connecticut. Kyle Ricky on pit road. Steve pulse. That Pennsylvania Jason toy from Barbara's Ville, West Virginia and billon Welsh from Indianapolis, Indiana. It was a day that started out it pulled long to Ryan waiting. He has faded more on him in a moment. When he faded Powell Bush was common checked out. Percents doubt about it had a fast race car all day long. Rusty you've been able to watch Bush. He came to payroll last time ten laps before the end of this stage. Kyle Busch car doesn't seem to be falling off at all. No. It's not fall off at all. But the thing I'm concerned about we've been talking about it up here to make it on to the end of stage two. Now we set early. These cards are calculated right at seventy five laps the stage is seventy five laps. But he pitted ten laps before. So I mean, he should be looking at about sixty seven I think low on fuel. But if he thought her saving eight beating. Time to do it. It's right now because I got up guys have then a little bit early before this date comes out back when the green flag flew to get today's ticket guardian. Five hundred underway. Coal center was Ryan Blaney. He's been fast all weekend long. Currently Ryan Blaney runs in position. Number eleven St. poke other any need to be concerned right now for Ryan Blaney Behan. Tramples listen. But a lot of that is because of the different sequences of pitstops again is put it back in the pack once he's back in the woods back in the. Coachee totally volunteers. The car is in the center that means the knows wants to sign up. That's one. Dole drawn. Racecar. They gave up. Very strategies. Not coming out the corner of tech. With the likes of Kevin Harvick. Glady automobile. Boy, a close moment for the race leader right here at the start finish line. He's getting a little bit antsy with some of these backmarkers. Daniel Suarez is there. And then you got William Byron there. He tried to split them. Three white off turn four made contact with the left side of his bright red skittles Toyota with the right side of Daniel Suarez is card. He since been able to get by them. He put William Byron another lap downing footsore as another lap down. Kyle Busch with the close call moment, Jeff. But there was definitely contact. Boy, aggressive all that with a second it bandage over. Clint boy. Indeed.

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"killingly connecticut" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"killingly connecticut" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"It out, particularly if they go four wide inside the dog going to restart and with a new larger rear spoiler. But drivers say the cars really stick just about anywhere. Any grew? We expect we'll still see Harvard down low and car Larson flirting with the wall all cover the action for you. Now for driver has a good balance. At this end of the speedway. We'll have it for the completely different turns three and four for that answer. Let's go to Kyle Ricky from killingly, Connecticut. All right. Thanks, very much, Dan and good afternoon. Everybody from my position high atop the turn three suites once off of turn to the car. So make the five seconds sprint up. Bill. Eleven hundred foot Seventy-nine foot back straightaway climbing on the brakes upon entry into number three. This end of the speedway. Like Dan mentioned a bit. Different than turns one to Bank ten to eleven degrees. Bottom to top. And this is where we find a much tighter radius. Then turns one and two however like the other end of the race track. The inside lane will be the preferred way around once off of turn number four. It's back onto the front straightaway. Back into the beauty of our gentlemen in the booth. Jeff St. Alex, an rusty Wallace. Kyle seventy five laps. We the length of stage. Number one. Seventy five laps will be the length of stage two and the final run to the checkered flag one hundred sixty two laps and link that makes up three hundred twelve laps around this one race track. And a ticket guardian five hundred and it's a five hundred kilometer race. So that offers up all kinds of different strategy options for the courtesy. So why not go down to pit road to Steve post and get a report brought to you by O'Reilly auto parts, Alex is going to be looking at a couple of different things here. The fuel window is usually in the lap range. It may be closer to seventy five which is well.

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"killingly connecticut" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"killingly connecticut" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Now, the top three. Yeah. They had enough fuel to make it to the variant. We look at dinner elapsed Seventy-three. They could've went to one Twenty-one. They elected to stay out and go ahead finish up the stage. Now at try to get all the points. They possibly can the rest of the guys they were tied on field. They hit pit road. But right now, this is a calculation that the Team Penske guys are doing and some of the ones that can make it. So I'm okay with this choice. It's going to be get them to the very end of stage two they're going to get all inner everybody get all topped up. They'll get some points. And then we're going to Iraq. This thing in stage race is over. Then then we take it to the end for the win for the Daytona five hundred boy look down at Gatorade victory lane. They haven't even begun to move everything in there yet we still got a long way to go ninety one laps to go. And then I won't be long. They're going to start moving some Gatorade in there. They're gonna bring out a great big trophy. And everybody racing for that. By the way. Just want to while. We have a minute pitstops are now complete were at least a lap and a half half away from going back under the green flag. We have all been down here since Friday of a week ago and just a quick acknowledgement for the motor racing network. Team of engineers are truck drivers everybody that has been behind the scenes and a part of this broadcast. I think we have a team of somewhere in the neighborhoods of twenty five that are down here in Daytona trying to bring you this coverage of the sixty first running of the great American race. And introducing those that have been the voices around the race track for you this week they include from Barre Vermont over intern. Number two, Dave moody Milford Delaware's. Mike Bagley at the end of the super stretch. Kyle Ricky killingly Connecticut, he has had the action covered over and turn number four all weekend long. Woody Kane and Kim Kun are NASCAR live pre race show. Hosts thank you for what you've been doing on pit road.

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"killingly connecticut" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"killingly connecticut" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Favorite pundits you. Hi, my name is Karen, Dewey, and I'm from Newport, New Hampshire. No, I do not think the state of the union is necessary if become a political events hard. This is Dave in Newark, Delaware. Adult seventy politically aware life. Really don't give a. GT LA Hoya, California state of the union is now promulgated via tweet name's Amanda. On calling from killingly, Connecticut on I think, it'd be union Israeli just a political soapbox that doesn't actually tell what the state of the union address. This is Jason better from California care about the state of the union, but I feel like watching a promo. All right. So those are your thoughts on the state of the union, and we have jillions Eleazar professor at Princeton University and co author of faultlines the history of the United States since one thousand nine hundred seventy four Julian is the state of the union even important anymore. Absolutely. Even though it's now watched through a partisan prism. And even though many people will tune it out. I think any moment you can hear what the president has planned for the year, and what the president's requesting from congress. It's still something. We don't want to get rid of especially in an era when so many people are turned off from politics. What is the point if you will of the state of the union, well, the point is still to outline and agenda for the year? It's basically to show what kinds of requests the president is going to be making of congress. And also to prioritize what are the major problems that in administration is going to be focused on. Obviously the state of the union were about to see in here. We'll also be filled with partisan attacks and all kinds of disinformation. But, but in general, I still think there is value to having that message delivered and a lot of people still watch it, even though it's not as as many people as it used to be. We're talking tens of millions of people will be watching it and then reading and watching the news about it. And we do know that President Trump's last state of the union got more than forty million viewers there. So to your point. Now, we know that it was Thomas Jefferson who did away with the in-person addresses opting to just write his state of the union. When did we get back to live speech, not just televised? But giving that and why did we do that Woodrow Wilson decides to bring it back in nineteen thirteen and he starts the tradition which lasts until this day in which in which the president will deliver this to congress. I goes on the radio. In nineteen twenty three. And it starts to be televised under president Harry Truman in nineteen forty seven. And it becomes a primetime event under Lyndon Johnson in nineteen sixty five. So the tradition of doing it in person has now been around for over a century. And as a televised event. It's really been going on since the advent of television, besides the politics and the border wall and everything else the fight between Trump and Pelosi specifically over this state of the union delivery. I mean, couldn't the president have given the state of the union anywhere from anywhere. Did it have to be where tradition as mandated so far? Well, he still doesn't even have to give it. I mean, he could have broken with tradition or gone back to the pre Wilson tradition and sent it in writing. But he doesn't wanna do that. He could have given it some kind of rally or some kind of Twitter feed state of the union address. But I think he wants the presidential ceremony. He wants the pomp and circumstance of looking like a president. So there was part of him. Even though he despises everything about Washington who still wants to look presidential at this moment in front of the nation. So that's why I think he was determined to get this invitation back, and then he also as you mentioned wanted the spectacle of it all I'm wondering, if we can talk a little bit about how the technology has changed the state of the union, you mentioned radio than we shifted to television in nineteen forty seven was the first time, they televise the address, and we actually have a clip from that broadcast. Congress.

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"killingly connecticut" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"killingly connecticut" Discussed on KCRW

"Afternoon. It's twelve forty eight at KCRW twelve minutes away from press play. It'll be mostly cloudy this afternoon with highs largely in the mid sixties to mid seventies. Rain is possible late tomorrow night and on Thursday and making off and on through the weekend right now. It's seventy one degrees in downtown LA. Sixty eight in Burbank, sixty two degrees, and carpentry. Huntington beach, so sixty four and seventy two in Palm Springs. Voted for Donald Trump. I voted for Hillary Clinton. I was not able to vote because I am not a US citizen. Six Americans have recorded their lives since Trump took office two years ago here how their stories have changed the one word that I'm feeling about politics would be hopeful. Our government is a dumpster fire. I don't think I'm going to be interested at all anymore. Any politics. Get this special audio documentary at KCRW dot com slash two years. President Trump's twenty nineteen state of the union address is back on the calendar. House speaker Nancy Pelosi invited the president to deliver his remarks next Tuesday. But the speech was originally intended for tonight before Pelosi withdrew the opportunity over disagreements around the government shutdown. It's the first time since one thousand nine hundred eighty six at the state of the union has been delayed, ladies and gentlemen, to speak to you tonight to report on the state of the union for the events of earlier today of led me to change those plans that postponement was for very different reasons today is a day for morning and remembering. To the core of the tragedy of the shuttle challenge, the president has a constitutional mandate to give the state of the union address since FDR nationally broadcast state of the union has been delivered at the beginning of the new year. So we wanna know how important the state of the union really is. And we asked our favorite pundits you. Hi, my name is Karen, Dewey, and I'm from Newport, New Hampshire. No, I do not think the state of the union is necessary if become a political events hard. This is Dave in Newark, Delaware. Seventy politically aware life. I really don't give a. GDP LA Hoya, California state of the union is now promulgated via tweet same name's Amanda. I'm calling from killingly Connecticut. I think the union is really just a political box. That doesn't actually tell the union at this is Jason Bennett firm lawyer, California than I care about the state of the union can help to feel like slow-motion cover collage. All right..

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"killingly connecticut" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"killingly connecticut" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is. And we asked our favorite pundits you. Hi, my name is Karen. And I'm from Newport, New Hampshire. No, I do not think the state of the union is necessary if become a political event hard, this is Dave in Newark, Delaware. I. Adult seventy politically aware life. I really don't give up. GP LA Hoya, California. The state of the union is now promulgated via tweet name's Amanda. John. I'm calling from killingly Connecticut on union Israeli just a political box that doesn't actually tell what the state of the union. This is Jason Bennett from California. And I care about the union can help the feel like flow motion. All right. So those are your thoughts on the state of the union, and we have jillions Eleazar professor at Princeton University and co author of faultlines a history of the United States since one thousand nine hundred seventy four Julian is the state of the union even important anymore. Absolutely. Even though it's now watched through a partisan prism. And even though many people will tune it out. I think any moment you can hear what the president has planned for the year, and what the president is requesting from congress. It's still something. We don't want to get rid of especially in an era when so many people are turned off from politics. What is the point if you will of the state of the union, well, the point is still to outline an agenda for the year? It's basically to show what kinds of requests the president is going to be making of congress. And also to prioritize what are the major problems that an administration is going to be focused on obviously. The state of the union were about to see and hear we'll also be filled with partisan attacks and all kinds of this information. But, but in general, I still think there is value to having that message delivered and a lot of people still watch it, even though it's not as as many people as it used to be. We're talking tens of millions of people will be watching it and then reading and watching the news about it. And we do know that President Trump's last state of the union got more than forty million viewers there. So to your point. Now, we know that it was Thomas Jefferson who did away with the in-person addresses opting to just write his state of the union. When did we get back to live speech, not just televised? But giving that and why did we do that Woodrow Wilson decides to bring it back in nineteen thirteen and he starts the tradition which lasts until this day in which in which the president will deliver this to congress. I goes on the radio in nineteen. Twenty three and it starts to be televised under president Harry Truman in nineteen forty seven. And it becomes a primetime event under Lyndon Johnson in nineteen sixty five. So the tradition of doing it in person has now been around for over a century. And as a televised event. It's really been going on since the advent of television, besides the politics and the border wall and everything else the fight between Trump and Pelosi specifically over this state of the union delivery. I mean, couldn't the president have given the state of the union anywhere from anywhere. Did it have to be where tradition as mandated so far? Well, he still doesn't even have to give it. I mean, he could have broken with tradition or gone back to the pre Wilson tradition and sent it in writing. But he doesn't wanna do that. He could have given it a some kind of rally or some kind of Twitter feed state of the union address. But I think he wants the presidential ceremony. He wants the pomp and circumstance of looking like a president. So there was part of him. Even though he despises everything about Washington who still wants to look presidential at this moment in front of the nation. So that's why I think us determined to get this invitation back, and then he also as you mentioned wanted the the spectacle of it all I'm wondering, if we can talk a little bit about how the technology has changed the state of the union, you mentioned radio than we shifted to television in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven was the first time, they televise the address, and we actually have a clip from that broadcasts. Congress.

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"killingly connecticut" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"killingly connecticut" Discussed on The Takeaway

"So let's say there's a new president elected in twenty twenty the policies could change after that. And if these clients get hearings rescheduled for twenty twenty one that could work in their favor. Beth Fertig is a senior reporter covering immigration courts, and Legal Affairs for WNYC. Thank you Beth. You're welcome. President Trump's twenty nineteen state of the union address is back on the calendar. House speaker Nancy Pelosi invited the president to deliver his remarks next Tuesday. But the speech was originally intended for tonight before Pelosi withdrew the opportunity over disagreement around the government shutdown. It's the first time since nineteen eighty six at the state of the union has been delayed gentlemen to speak to tonight to report on the state of the union. The events of earlier today of led me to change those plans that postponement was for very different reasons today his day from morning and remember Nancy Dyer fame to the core of the tragedy of the shuttle challenge, the president has a constitutional mandate to give the state of the union address since Yar nationally broadcast state of the union has been delivered at the beginning of the year. That this new second. Sure. The name of Americans respond to that call. So we wanna know how important the state of the union really is. And we asked our favorite pundits you. Hi, my name is Karen, Dewey, and I'm from Newport, New Hampshire, and no I do not think the state of the union is necessary. It's become a political event Dave in Newark, Delaware for the first time in by adult seventy politically aware life. I really don't give a hoot JP LA Hoya, California. The state of the union is now promulgated the tweets. I'm calling from killingly Connecticut. I think the state of the union is really just a political soapbox. That doesn't actually tell what the state of the union at the situation Bennett from California, and I care about the state of the union, but I still can't help feel. It's like watching a slow motion covered crash. All right. So those are your thoughts on the state of the union, and we have Julian's Eleazar professor at Princeton University and co author of faultlines a history of the United States since nineteen seventy four Julian is the state of the union even important anymore. Absolutely. Even though it's now watched through a partisan prism. And even though many people will tune it out. I think any moment you can hear what the president has planned for the year, and what the president is requesting from congress. It's still something. We don't want to get rid of especially in an era when so many people are turned off from politics. What is the point if you will of the state of the union, well, the point is still to outline an agenda for the year? It's basically to show what kinds of requests the president is going to be making of congress. And also to prioritize what are the major problems that an administration is going to be focused on obviously the. State of the union were about to see and hear we'll also be filled with partisan attacks and all kinds of disinformation. But, but in general, I still think there is value to having that message delivered and a lot of people still watch it, even though it's not as as many people as it used to be. We're talking tens of millions of people will be watching it and then reading and watching the news about it. We do know that President Trump's last state of the union got more than forty million viewers there. So to your point. Now, we know that it was Thomas Jefferson who did away with the in-person addresses opting to just write his state of the union. When did we get back to live speech, not just televised? But giving and why did we do that Woodrow Wilson decides to bring it back in nineteen thirteen and he starts the tradition which lasts until this day in which in which the president will deliver this to congress. I goes on the radio in nineteen twenty three. And it starts to be televised under president Harry Truman in nineteen forty seven. And it becomes a primetime event under Lyndon Johnson in nineteen sixty five. So the tradition of doing it in person has now been around for over a century. And as a televised event..

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