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United Center mass vaccination site officially up and running for Chicago residents
"Nearly one in five illinois residence has received at least the first dose of corona virus vaccine thousands. More will reach that point over the coming weeks at their doctor's office a pharmacy and as of today at the united center the federally run. Mass vaccination site officially opened this morning to delight in confusion. Amanda finicky joins us now. The united center. Amanda how's it going. Their brand s. Some six thousand people are set to get the pfizer vaccine here at the united center for the next six weeks. But if you are trying to get one of those appointments or perhaps you were able to snag on and then you're confused about whether you're going to keep it or not. Well there is good reason to be confused even dignitaries got their numbers a bit muddled today with one official at first saying that one hundred and ten thousand appointments had already been booked and then leader or clarification from the city's public health commissioner saying no as of this point about fifty thousand reservations made and later in the day. Dr allison arwady really did seem to give a nod to that confusion. And i know there's been a lot of Questions about the united center. And i know that the focus the renewed focus on equity that has come Has led to some changes and even some confusion for people and i apologize for people who are feeling unsure about this resource for a gone a quick note that the media is set apart some from where individuals that are getting that vaccine till eight o'clock tonight our media guidelines did ask that we not bother them for the sake of their privacy so the video that you should be seeing on. Your screen is actually from a preview yesterday afternoon now as for that confusion that stems from a day prior sunday when accessed to appointments suddenly got switched at first anyone age sixty five or older from anywhere in illinois could sign up there was also a huge rush during a brief window with seven hundred fifty four appointments per minute booked during a window that let in younger individuals with certain co morbidity things like cancer or pulmonary disease officials say that early data from that showed that less than forty percent of those who got appointments were kogyo residents already called that unacceptable defeating the entire purpose of fema deciding to put a mask backs initiation clinic here. Chicago's west side. We have a lot of neighborhoods that have been burdened heavily by kobe. A lot of heavily black and heavily latin next neighborhoods a lot of neighborhoods that have more barriers to getting vaccinated and one of the decisions for placing the The vaccination center here was recognizing that we really wanted to reach chicago residents so for now. There is really no way to make an appointment here. Temporarily access cut off. It is set to reopen later this week. In the meanwhile local and state officials say that they're going to try to work to fill those appointments behind the scenes with an aim of sixty percent of reservations going to chicago residents thirty percent to residents of suburban cook and then ten percent for those who live throughout the rest of illinois this city in particular targeting folks from vulnerable communities including those near the united center humble park for example but also a handful of other zip codes that includes mckinley park chatham roseland south shore and then in cases you're going to have chunks of appointments booked and set aside for community groups to help get the word out. We didn't really get a ton of specifics from officials on that now or what. He says that this focus on equity isn't just the right thing to do. She says it's the way to nip cove in the good also. The thing that gets our city past covid making sure more people are vaccinated in the heaviest hit zip. Codes is how we actually decrease our case rate how we decrease the risk variants. And how we're able to reopen the city and have lower risks to that end. she says. The city is making progress in decreasing case. It's particularly in latin next chicagoans ends where we now are seeing case rates for covid of latin x chicago that are not higher than Than you would expect them to be based on population where our case rates are really looking like the city as far as race ethnicity goes
Mahmudr in the Geluk and Kagy Traditions
"Maybe we'll start with. Way Your interest in Mahamoud. Way Did that how did that come about? When was that? So since by had? I probably I got interested in Mahamoud per se early in Grad school or perhaps a little bit before that might regional interest in Buddhism back in high school days early in college was mostly in San and I always expected that would be the form of Buddhism than I ended up practicing but the as says avid my then girlfriend now wife and I ended up traveling overland India in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, three into nineteen, seventy four, and then ended up at coupon monastery just outside. Katmandu where we studied where Rama Tipton yesterday in London Lumberton. And those famous co concourses which are still ongoing by merrily introductions allom Rim to the stages of the path of course. Llamas, OBA has a particular particularly in those days maybe a little. So I don't know He had a particular teaching style wary if you're at a month course, you could pretty much be sure that half the time was going to be spent in the lower rounds. So he did delight in. Those and Mama yesterday would, of course come in and remind us that we all had put a nature. So it was kind of A. Tough. Cop Nice cop routine and away. And you know he was he was a it was kind of overwhelming for me despite my interest. But as despite my having majored in religion in college and so forth. But. All the complication you know both the details of rim, how Karma works all the different realms, the scholastic arguments back and forth about beginning less mind an emptiness and so forth all of it was incredibly impressive. They were particularly impressive as practitioners as people who lived out what they had studied on what they were teaching but I I also began in in the few the few hours that were that I had hadn't disposal to to read. I think it was probably some poems by Miller wrap up where Branson book by John Blow Fouls, which just had a little bit of discussion. Mahmoud. and. The way the way I took it brightly. At times this reminds me a lot of ZAP it a bid, it short circuits all the detail, all the ritual, all the scholasticism. All those kinds of things that just tells you to realize the nature of your mind. So it appealed to me. Even that? Sort of a a hidden card. Yuba. Lurking inside this is fledgling gay look back. And I kept that in mind when. Year or so you're a half later I ended up graduate school at the University of Wisconsin, studying under shapes up SOPA. who was the first as far as I know the first Betton tenure at American University, certainly the first Tibetan guess. Who was tenured at American University and again to to study with guesses OPA both in the context of the graduate program that Wisconsin and at the deer park would a center as it's now called. Founded. In the mid seventies was too steep yourself in again are a great deal of the the complexity, the ritual, the richness, certainly of of the gaylord actual tradition and once again. The. Reading Mamo drawn decide what kind of balanced helped balance things out for me. So the number of the papers I wrote at Grad School, you know we're on the Mosit- as of India or or soccer punditocracy critiques of Mahamoud, draw various topics like that. So I, you know even in Grad school I I had this interest You know it sometimes said about Chinese practitioners. They're confusions during the day and Taoists. At Night I. Think a part of me that's was during the day and At night. Of course went when I began to discover that was that there was a whole Gaelic tradition of Mambo. I'd been vaguely aware of because it was a little translation that had come out at the library of Tibetan works in archives and. I read through that and So you know after I got Grad school sort of begun by my teaching career. I. Along with rank, of course, bring my dissertation into book form of pretty much everybody wants to do at some point are almost everybody wants to. Buy began to again sort of on the side begin to begin to investigate Gaylord Mabul dress, and so that's at least in terms of the genesis of this I. Guess That's That's how I would I would explain it. In a this dungeon have any. Teachers. Teaching. Mahmoud to you know you know during we went and saw on trump shays league. Once in Chicago he was notoriously late. He was typically drinking soccer when he was typically brilliant. So you know everything we had heard was true. And I think later in the seventies and into the eighties I began to to go occasionally to cognitive teacher but no, I did not have a regular. Teacher and I. I guess it's fair to say that I really never had a sort of regular teacher although in more recent years I've studied some weakening. European. Fortunately for us has his world had ordered in Minneapolis just. Just a few miles from where we live. So now, my my interest I mean I was interested in cognitive because if you're interested in mom will address even from the Gaylord stand going you clearly have to begin researching. Kogyo because. Even, some texts presents the. Is Fine Llamas. Book with. Alex. burs. The gala argue slash kagyu tradition of Mahamoud address. Implies that it's a kind of a sing credit tradition or a synthetic traditional might be a slightly better word So you and it's very clear that the first Panchen Lama who was one of the tutors of style on one of the truly great figures Gael history. He clearly was familiar with cargill literature and and it would seem with some Kogyo practices so. In my in the process of beginning to research, Ma Gala Mambo. Dry Inevitably had to begin reading at least a lot in In the calculator corresponded with scholars argue. Of various sorts Michael. Roy. David Jackson others. Of course the way these things work you you've you dig into you want your insulin gay look initially you dig into the cog you and then you get into the cockpit realize Oh God. All this comes from India and you've got to go back and look again at Sada. High and the other message you gotta look at the time. TRAS. Very, clearly, the textual a kind of sources for Mahmoud to discourse and behind that. Then of course, always these claims that there's a Sutra Mabul dry and so you begin digging around in sutures that may mention the word or may talk about ideas that are similar and so. I ended up going down this kind of rabbit, hole. That led me deeper and deeper back into Indian tradition and it started out as really odd. I'll do a few little translations and right any production suddenly was this Gargantuan projects that threatened to be about just about everything in. Indian. In Tibetan. Buddhism. Because in a weird way Mamo Dra, it was said, could be found everywhere in India, wants about bottles.
How Japanese Street Racers Created the Best Car Magazine Ever
"Kaku gasoline. Kogyo Gossioux is about cars is what? I thought did for a split second. I was like, oh. My God James is about to do the rest of that theme song in Japanese. Oh. Yeah. I just speak I speak Japanese. I see. Just. Everything you speak every language perfectly. So welcome back to pass gas everyone I'm your host Nolan Sykes joined as always by my co hosts James Pomfret Chug a Chug to. and Joe Weber keep it juiced. Dan. New One. Wow you're just like. God. Catch after. Catchphrase. Print money. Money. As I said in the INTRO WE'RE GONNA be talking about option magazine today admittedly a topic I don't really know a lot about I'm more familiar with their video content on Youtube that's made its way to youtube nowadays. But yeah, I didn't really grow up with this. I was more of a hot rod magazine kind of Guy. If you can imagine that do you guys know anything about option magazine? I you're going to ask if we know anything about hot rods. A lot of the story I'm excited to. Find Out and talk about it. But option. Option to is like the first really nerdy thing like the first like really car nerd thing that I did when I was, I was order Japanese magazines and videos off of Ebay. Because I am old and was in highschool before Youtube was a thing. So you. It wasn't like a subscription even for you is more like you had to find old issues ordering old issues me and my friend Nathan. Order old issues. And we were like what the? The pages go backward. I don't have I don't have too much context on it I. The only thing I know is from researching. For different videos and I think the H K s up to speed talk a little bit about it but I know about like Daijiro but only in the context of like the early eighties like trying to set. Speed records and stuff. So I know he's crazy dude. I'm excited to see like more of his history. He's the editor in chief. Yeah. I'm the editor in chief of donut. So sounds like pretty similar types of guys. He sets land speed records. I have a sixteen pound Golden doodle pretty similar. I bought a baby pool. Last weekend. Yeah. What to do with that baby pool? Who I wait till the sun warms up and then I, lay in Baby poor record for. Longest Soak. Actually it's. It's it's too cold. Over me background that hose waters chilly Boyd's it comes from underneath the ground I just put my feet in it. Casey cocktail hour. Okay. Let's let's. Option. Actor Jonah Hold Digression about how I wish I had yard to put a baby pool into half cocktail hour but it's not so much. What option magazine covered that EXCITES US although we obviously love tuner cars and the JD M. Market. It's the way that option talked about cars that was most revolutionary.
"kogyo" Discussed on 710 WOR
"All right. Just a few minutes going to be giving away tickets to see for Kogyo at the NYC theater Westbury in June very excited we've been doing it all week is the last day. So you don't wanna go away. Just a couple of minutes. The jeopardy guy amazing Mr James whole towers on a roll Thursday night's game. He added eighty thousand six hundred and fifteen dollars to his community war chest that is now swelling with a total of one point six million dollars, Ken Jennings had two point five. So he still has a ways to go. But he racks it up pretty second all time by himself Twenty-one straight games. But here's the question. I had Natalie. I I happen to watch not last night the night before an ounce trebek's next week. They have a special thing with teachers teachers, right? So does that mean he loses tonight or they just put him on? Usually they put them on hold. I mean in the past they'll just kind of put it on. Data's for a week while the teacher's week or whatever. Yeah. So I expect if he wins tonight we will see him back next following. Could be fun though. Because if the teachers get the questions walking their subject, that's funny. I actually sometimes I feel like teachers week is a little easier because they don't want embarrass the teacher. Hopefully charity usually goes money, would you pull here the final from last night? I did not watch last night. I was at an open house my high school. So I was there. But you skip jeopardy for an open house. Well, son is. Freshman reception meeting all the kids and the booze. No, it's. Bars punch of uncomfortable eighth graders looking at their up to be assumed to be high school. Booze. Well, he's a smart kid. He's going to a special school. I had a special thing. So anyway, so yeah. So this was the final jeopardy tonight. I'm going to say, Michael if you do not get this, right? Theater related question. Good. I'm fired. Okay. Here we go. You want to go play. Okay. Okay. Let's here is the final jeopardy clue. We're dealing with American plays. Fair is your clue players a character in this nine thousand nine hundred forty four play is said to be like a piece in her own collection tool. Exquisitely fragile to move from the show. What is all has? No, what is the glass menagerie, Tennessee Williams. Gibson Norway over to you. Now, did you come menagerie? Did indeed. Twenty nine thousand. Henrik Ibsen wrote Dollhouse he's so what they say that you always have to look for the listen to that part of the clue when he said fragile fragile fragile. No. She has a glass menagerie collection of glass and cheese. And there's one of them's a corn peas like the he's a damage. How about a sports? Sports question around here. If you feel a little bit better about yourself one of the contestants. And of course, they're all very smart people to get through. There did say Dollhouse. So you're there with the wrong and the other say cats. Fragile calico k yeah. So the heavy miss miss USA pageant last night in Reno now. Yeah. No miss. Yes. Miss. Not Miss America. USA the one that Donald Trump Trump used on this was televised anywhere anyway. You know, what I'm sure it was some this is where so the winner is North Carolina's Chesley, Chris, you know, they they always sounds so dumb. When you ask them these questions, you know in the past two years be hashtag me metoo and hashtag time's up have dominated our national conversation. However, some believe it has only deepen the by between men and women.
Rahm Emanuel, Jussie Smollet And Cook County discussed on AP 24 Hour News
"Rahm Emanuel reacted to the charges being dropped against empire. Actor jussie smollet calling it a whitewash of Justice smollet. However, insist he never lied to police. Prosecutors he was indicted on sixteen felony counts, including lying to police implanting, a racial and homophobic attack. He claims happened back in January in a statement. A spokesman for the Cook County prosecutor's office says the dismissal came after reviewing all the facts. And circumstances of the case, why don't you Kogyo attorney not part of the case calls the action bizarre, FOX television. Which produces an airs empire says in a one sentence statement Jesse spell that has always maintained his innocence. And we are gratified at all charges against him have been
"kogyo" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"No. What do you have a little man? Oh, it's beautiful wealthier and radio land. Cool. Very anxious because you know, I mean, the weather report, I don't know if I can even like, you know, frights up tomorrow because oh my God. All this. No, that's on the, you know, we might have to clean a, you know, a fraction of an inch Oldpark car. Oh my God. That's horrible. Will we do? You got to give you a clue before. Vendee? Here we go. Man. I know I know you're giving it to me don't give me a Preuss Quing steam thing, I would never do that the south side of Chicago is the bad is part of town. Say it again, the south side of Chicago is the bed is part of town. I just see Kogyo. We're bomber was raised. Yeah. But that's not the song. The south side of Chicago is the bad is it down? Oh my God. I have no idea do now. Chicago. I don't know. Let me just give it a shot. Let me just throw some out there beginnings by Chicago. No. My favorite Chicago song, actually. Thirty..
"kogyo" Discussed on Mysterious Universe
"But he ended up finding that someone had caught into the grates. He could actually go into this abandoned Kogyo tunnel. So one some human. He's friends I decided to go in and he says, they'll coveted modern mills stalactites coming down from the tunnel and smelt really earthy and strange, but when the halfway through the tunnel, they basically dead h other to turn the old lots off, and as the tunnel Fillon perfect, talknet. He's friends. What kind of Wu ping testing Halong the echoes would go but for him. He said he just stood dead. Still and had this strange feeling come over him as if he moved. He said it would be like he he would float away. So we had this strange altered state of consciousness from this first experience of being in that pure dacas of the tunnel. So that night when he went home as a kid he pulled out this map of providence. And he started to trace the tunnel behind the dentist's office to see where lead any realize that it ran directly under Nayef his house. That's we'd so he always had this feeling of oh underneath me. Right now is this other world is that this something else down there. So that some when no one else was around when he's friends will busy or he had no one to hang out with. He would just go into that tunnel. By himself. Just take a toll down there. And you basically test himself to see how long he lost in the dock before he's nerve started to bristles said before he started to get anxious, and he realized that these luring walks in that tunnel in pure darkness. We're kind of outside of his character toot because he was a bit of a nerdy guy. Like while he's friends would discovering bills. He was still interested in terrarium with frogs. A bit of a nerd, but he just he was more of a kid that would read about adventures rather than go on adventures. But something about that tunnel. He said got under his skin, and he would just lie awake at night thinking about imagining running through that tunnel that was directly beneath him as he Laney's bed. So one night he described he was in the tunnel by himself. And he heard this horrendous noise like it sounded like something screaming in the dacas and at first he turned to run. But some that that curiosity pot of himself forced him to turn around and he started to investigate and pretty strong. If you're an docked Tomlin something screaming, and you start moving towards it as he started getting close, he eventually realized that the sound, you know, if you've ever been in a cave or tunnel. You know, the sound is amplified by the acoustics. So you realized all it was was a broken pipe that was. Now gushing out water. The created the sound it made this kind of scratching sound as the pot broke. But when he got to this point, it was a part of the cave that he or the sorry the tunnel that he hadn't really been to before he noticed all these buckets arranged in a strange conned of design so someone's being down there. And that's when he realized all someone else is coming down here. And that he doesn't really explain if that was what stopped him from going into the tunnel. But from here, he says, he basically forgot about the place. He pushed it out of his mind. The years went past eventually went to college. He then moved to New York City, and it wasn't until he says a series of unexpected encounters in New York City that he's old memories of that tunnel from his childhood started to reemerge, and especially those buckets showing that someone else was down there. So he said light one night. And he said when he first moved to New York City, he was kind of overwhelmed by New York City. And he said he would have this feeling where you know. I'm going to move there and become Cozma Paulison and all no heavily friend edema live, I'll heavily friends, I'll go to all these cool places and got to potties, and he said it wasn't like that. He just felt cowed by the city, like huge shrink into crowds. Didn't know anyone. And you know, like you said it was gonna chew him up spit him out..
"kogyo" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment
"A swat team moved into the Goshi it with a twenty one year old named Zef Xaver whose father says he wasn't raised to be like this Xaver was in training to become a correctional officer. The supreme court. Also this week agreed to hear its first gun case. In nearly a decade gun groups are challenging the law in New York City that limits the carrying of firearms outside the home this second amendment case will be watched closely for clues about how this conservative leaning court will rule on future gun cases, and with that conservative majority. There may well be more cases. It takes the votes of only four justices to get a case on the docket vote was five to four in two thousand eight when the court ruled that the second amendment guarantees the right to a gun in your home for self-defence. Stay tuned into Kogyo. A former police officer has been sentenced to more than six years for killing of look on McDonald. Jason Van Dyke was convicted on multiple charges in the fatal shooting of a seventeen year old who was holding a knife Van Dyke who is white fired sixteen shots in the young black, man. He's now been convicted of second degree murder and will now spend years in prison. The day before Van Dyke was handed his sentence. A judge acquitted three officers on charges they'd conspired to cover up the circumstances of McDonald's death. Dash Cam video the killing does not show us what the officers. Aw. They claim McDonald was advancing toward them. It is the same video. However that convicted former officer Van Dyke. The Los Angeles teachers strike ended this week and classes are back in session after a week off the teachers agreed to come back on smaller classes, more nurses, and librarians and the promise of better pay starting with a six percent raise. They also got the standardized testing cut in half and a cap on the number of charter schools, no sooner than the L A's drag had been settled teachers in Denver voted to strike after a year of fruitless talks over a new contract. The vote to strike was ninety three percent. And as in L A, two thirds of the teachers belong to the union and Denver it appears to be all about the paychecks. I term California Senator calmly Harris is the latest democrat enter the twenty twenty presidential primary race in a field of candidates already featuring minorities and women Harris's both the daughter of immigrants from India, Jamaica, if elected she would be the first female, president, the first African American woman and. The I also of Asian heritage at age fifty four Harris was San Francisco's D A and California's attorney general and she says she will fight for Justice decency and equality Republicans. Call her unqualified so now there are nine Democrats running and look for Cory Booker Colorado's John Hickenlooper, Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders and former L A mayor and prosecutor Gil Garcetti to join the fray of the nine candidates so far for our women at least nine other Democrats are maybes Romeo, the frog and emotional support gator and a snowman defeats a bullet in the final segment of.
"kogyo" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"They're the best team six six and a half pretty cheap. And another thing. People don't look at issue Kogyo is going to go to the Super Bowl more than likely. You're going to have to go through the dome. That's what makes New Orleans such a favorite and drew Brees all those years in the dome. So maybe they took advantage of playing their stores in the dome in Minnesota last week and next level. Just kind of like looking and saying, hey, you know, what if we're going to win we're gonna have to do it in a dome atmosphere? So we'll wait and see. So give me your best as far as Saturday Sunday. I mean, teaser, whatever what is your? I mean, if you had to place to give NFL what would you give that number one play for maybe charters, plus three I I'll take the plus three and a teaser as long as you can get the colts at seven and a half that's critical. You gotta tease through key numbers of three and seven so shop around get the colts plus seven and a half a nighttime them in with the chargers. Get the chargers a plus nine. All right. There you go. I k- I could see Seattle as a tease play as well. That'd be the third option plus it plus eight eight and a half you can find in a lot of times, you know, I'm hearing from some short people Chicago team down to where they just have to win the game. Yeah. And let's face it. Because you know, I'm not a huge fan of teasers all season long. But you're just looking for value here. And we just got done saying these should be the sharpest lines, and when you're teasing through very key numbers of three and seven this is the one time of year where teasers I can be positive EV bats and taught me in the NFL teasers six point teasers are a good bet. You're not putting out much vigour when you start doing six and a half seven point, then you're laying a lot of juice. Gotta be careful in some places a gal more than others. But to six point teaser doesn't matter Brady cannon told me this as well doesn't matter. Woodside you go with whether it's the favor. Whether it's the dog this year, those teasers have panned out to where the sports books have taken it on the chin that strong, and again, that's what the lines being tighter. And hey, look a lot of people did well in these contests. Share why? Because a lot of the lines are relatively sharpen every little half point of value. If it's a stale line, that's why a lot of us one this year. All right now, physique is texting me five minutes. So I I know he wanted to finish up dinner. So are you and I'll talk a little more college football. And we're gonna go back to that championship game. Give me reason why what's the main reason for you? Why Clemson wins this game straight up? Oh, I don't think Alabama defensively as as good as what they've been the last couple of years, but you did early in the year member you thought the defense was so elite when you were doing your ranking your power rankings. You thought this defense was maybe one of the last one of the best in the last twenty years. Now, I was saying the team overall team because the offense was I mean, the offense wral Bama is the best offense they've ever had in school history because of the quarterback position, right? No question about it. I have Alabama right now a touchdown better than last year's Alabama team. But it is funny to think of how great these Bama teams had been how many national titles they've one, but they really never had had quarterback. You've had a game manager. So you've had guys like Greg McElroy in AJ McCarron. And then on the flip side they went to guys like Syms that one year. He was kind of a, you know, a guy that can run more than throw even last year. Jalen hurts last couple years a guy that can run more than throw. This is the first time ever they've had a legitimate guy that can both run anthro. That's why I'm telling you, Irv Smith. Yeah. Judy roads and water..
"kogyo" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Showed yesterday, I believe all this thing he was acting and he's experienced that doing so because he's a member of shark tank. I don't believe that I believe he was sincere and contrite, sincerely contrite, but I will say this. If you really, really think about it, what's the home and suspending him for six for half a season, you get to stay away from basketball games. You gotta watch it on TV, and and and instead instead of being at the arena, I mean, it's not. I wouldn't like it if I were him, but is it the end of the world know it isn't not talking for the man to be exiled and have to give up ownership and being cost a rated or anything like that. But if you want to send the right message look, but you need to stay away from this game for six months, MPA arenas. Is that the end of the world know it really isn't. It really isn't. Eric, you Stephen, they go ahead. What's up Steven? I good afternoon. All right. Go ahead buddy with Jimmy Butler. Now requesting to be traded the question looms disa- Kogyo bulls really lose that trade. Possibly. So. Zach Levin. I mean, he could bowl when healthy. He could bowl young kid on the come up. He can ball. I liked Zach LeVine, and you know, that's right. And then you got the pick that turned in the marketing. I think you could sit there and say the bulls won that. And because of the records they got because of those players that turned into Wendell Carter junior and Chad veteran. Okay, no problem. All right to go wrong. Mattel, you that it eight say ESPN. It's editing seven to nine, three, seven, seven, six, your call to close out the show in a minute. You're listening live to the Stephen Smith show ESPN radio before that. I got something here that I needed to re to y'all, but dammit I can't find. So I'm had to give it to you when I get it back again, you're listening lot. Oh, here it is. I apologize. I apologize. Okay. Got paperwork to do bills to pay commercials to read all of this other stuff. And I lost my paperwork football season's finally underway. And if you play fantasy football, the odds are you probably already ate your team and wish you can draft again..
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"There is an all ears, English podcast episode, one thousand ten. Are you pronouncing often correctly find out today. Welcome to the all ears. English podcast downloaded more than fifty million times. We believe in connection, not perfection with your American hosts, Lindsey McMahon, the English adventure and Michelle Kaplan. The New York radio girl coming to you from Boston and New York City u s a. and to get your transcripts delivered by Email every week. Go to all ears, English dot com. Ford slash subscribe. Today we get into a fun topic. What is the right way to pronounce the word often? Is it syrup or syrup? Is it soda or pop get all the fun cultural differences today? Hey, Lindsey, how's it going? It's going well, Michelle. We're getting into September now, so that's crazy. You know, getting back to work back to business all good stuff. Yeah. Do you do well, okay. Well, actually, today, I guess as Labor Day, right? Yeah, I guess so Monday, September, third, it's the unofficial or official culturally official end of the summer. How sad? Right? Because culturally this summer guys in the US considered Memorial Day to Labor Day. Oh, it's always a little bit depressing. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, I think so, too. I mean, it's, you know, it's nice. It's it's nice to like kind of have a barbecue or do something like that, but it's still. I mean, what are you usually do in Labor Day? Lindsay often celebrate it. I don't really. I mean, it's usually day off. I don't usually work because you know Labor Day, but I usually go down to the beach on the south shore, but it's usually like families that come there for the summer. They pack up and they leave like that day. So you see people leaving and packing up for the summer and like boarding houses and that kind of thing. It's a little depressing. And then it just gets really quiet in the neighborhood. But you know, it's a day off, so it's a long weekend. So the very common travel holiday in the US. Yeah, that's usually what I do. Yeah. Nice. Nice. Yeah, so very good. So I used a word often to ask about this, so we're going to get into that in a little bit, but Lindsay you wanted to remind our listeners of something. I do guys now that we're getting into September. If you were taking the aisles exam this year, you wanna go right now type in energy podcast into your podcast searching tool, whether that's apple podcasts or. Pitcher, whatever it is you want to subscribe there because there's me Jessica over there, giving you guys aisles advice and tips and tricks and strategies to get your seven or higher. So go over there and get it. Go do it. Definitely. All right, good. Okay, guy. So today we got a great question for Melissa about pronunciation of some very specific words, but really good words to ask about. So it's Dunkin from Taiwan. Lindsay. Would you like to read the question? All right. So here we go. So Duncan says, hi, Lyndsay, Michelle, this is Dunkin from Taiwan. Thank you guys for having such a great podcast and I listen every night before I sleep. I love it so much. Oh, that's nice where I'm glad that we're glad we can be your lullaby and that's really good to listen to English natural English before you go to bed because I feel like what you do right before bed. You remember into cement that into your mind lease. I think it's a good strategy. So I have two questions about pronunciation. The first one is often or often I have noticed many times that Lindsey pronounces it often. With even wrote that. That's right here that interesting. I guess I do, which we usually pronounce often with a silent t. sound though. So I was like to know which way sounds more correct or more native. The second one is Chicago. One of my English teachers Canadian taught me that it should be pronounced shook. Kogyo should cause a cog. Oh, I'm not sure, but I had some westerners also pronounce Chicago. Oh, I'm not sure. I think maybe he's trying to delineate the difference between s. h. and c. h. like sh- and church is that what he's made clear on on your confusion about Chicago, but that's okay. So then he says, Likewise, I wonder which one is more corrector native. Thank you so much. I love you guys. Sincerely yours Dunkin. Cool. Thanks Duncan, good questions the end and definitely good question. I mean, yeah, Lindsay, dude. I mean, I. Say that often, but I do actually know dunk is I have heard you say and not that it's it's not wrong. It doesn't sound weird to me or anything, but like I've just noticed it because it is kind of one of those words that people pronounce a little bit
Manafort trial delayed as judge approves immunity for 5 witnesses
"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Janine, Herbst a federal judge granting a bid to delay the criminal trial of President Trump's former campaign. Manager Paul manafort's trial was set to begin this week NPR's Windsor Johnston reports his, attorneys are getting, until the end of the month two review documents in the case the defense team had requested a delay after receiving more. Than one hundred thousand documents related to the case over the. Past month. Many of them came from electronic devices seized from manafort's former business partner Rick gates who has already pleaded guilty to charges and the special counsels Russia investigation the judge also granted the request for. Five witnesses to testify with immunity Manafort faces sixteen. Counts including Bank fraud tax evasion and conspiracy most of the charges, stem from activities that predate the five months Manafort worked on the Trump, campaign none of them relate directly to allegations? Of coordination with Russia Windsor Johnston NPR, news Washington President Trump is considering revoking security clearances for six former Obama. Administration intelligence and law. Enforcement officials including former CIA director John Brennan and former FBI director James. Comey home Trump fired White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, says in some. Cases these people, quote monetize their clearances both Brennan and Komi are frequent Trump critics US Olympic swimming star Ryan locked he is in trouble again, the US anti doping agency suspended him for fourteen months for a rules, violation ATI winner of twelve Olympic medals was previously banned for an incident at the 2016 Rio. De Janeiro Olympics NPR's Tom Goldman has more the US anti-doping agency you Sada is, not suspending Ryan, locked de for taking a banned substance his punishment is for violating a rule about IV infusions in the violation appears to. Be self inflicted in may locked e posted an Instagram photo, showing him Hooked up to an IV with the. Caption athletic recovery with some hashtag vitamins the picture, prompted a, you Sada investigation which determined he used the IV with a legal substance, but without a required therapeutic, use exemption locked he, has acknowledged quote there are rules. And you have to obey, them the, Thirty-three-year-old can't. Compete until next, July he still, plans to train for the twenty, twenty Olympics tangled -ment NPR news an investigation into the sinking, of, a, duck. Boat that left seventeen. People, dead look at whether operators violated the coastguards rules on entering the water during, a storm the Viviers vehicle capsized on a lake in Branson Missouri last week as the area was under a. Severe thunderstorm warning with your hurricane strength winds. US coast guard captain Scott Stormer says the boat was raised from the. Water today one of the focuses of the investigation certainly is to determine the vessels condition throughout the casualty the NTSB is also investigating this is, NPR news And I'm Jamie Floyd for WNYC New York, lawmakers are expressing skepticism that the Trump administration. Will meet Thursday's court, order deadline to reunite migrant children taken from their. Parents at the border New York congresswoman. Nydia Velazquez says the administration's failure will not go on noticed Mr President history will judge you but most importantly voters will judge you maybe a November the. Administration failed to meet an earlier deadline to return all children under five to their. Parents by July tenth fewer than half of those, families were reunited by that date hundreds of forcibly separated children were brought to New York, and the daily news has laid off half of its newsroom staff that happened earlier today. The newspaper a fixture in New York City for the last century was sold last year for. Just one dollar to the owner of the ship Kogyo trip. Photographer Todd as l. was among, those who lost his job and governor Andrew Cuomo says he was taken by surprise by. The lay, offs and that he reached out to the paper's owner to offer help if there's a way for the state to be helpful financially We will, be because we want to keep that institution sprung it's a New York institution we want to keep those jobs. In New York the newspaper says it will focus more on breaking news and it's digital audience will have complete. Coverage coming up after news headlines New York City officials say nine buildings affected..
Miami, Espn and Freddie Coleman discussed on Glenn Beck
"Espn radio sportscenter i'm john brickley here's what's happening now on sportscenter carmelo anthony will be finding a new place of employment next season espn's adrian watson around ski and royce yang reports the thunder and anthony will part ways this summer allowing for okay see to save over one hundred million dollars team showing interest in mellow the rockets heat and the lakers whoa jostle reports the bulls are matching the king's offer a four year seventy eight million for levin which kogyo as forty eight hours to inform sacramento the nets and dwight howard finalize a buyout setting it up for howard assign with the wizards tony parker and the hornets have ran a two year ten million dollar deal on the baseball scoreboard battle of first place teams in the national league in milwaukee braves a five four deficit they're dealing with now in the bottom of the eighth as galore with a three run shot his twentieth of the year for milwaukee sunny gray five earned runs over two innings yankees fall to the blue jays sixty for the red sox going for their sixtieth one of the season facing the royals mookie betts the lead off home run for boston who has a eight q advantage on kc as for joey bats a i in his career wrong waste his first pitch swing and a high fly ball going back this is going to oh grand slam into the second deck in left field hi how safe artiste howie rose seventeen w w r mets walk off on the race nationals with back to back wins mark reynolds with a walk off home run in the three two win over miami for the nationals bogies with the warriors lebron's in the west the competitive balance has tipped but did we ever really want parody will cain show weekdays three eastern on espn radio the espn app he's my metcalf and freddie coleman thanks for joining us on freddie and fitz simons on espn radio sirius xm channel eighty i heart radio and the espn.
"kogyo" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"This part of it because this is a year where supply might actually exceed demand in terms of non max players so do they gain that out but also you know are or the other teams desperate have so i think a couple of teams are going to go one path a couple or going to another and we genuinely don't know right now which one of those is better because it's going to be very context dependent and kogyo with markkanen already in the fold and their belief in him to make the chances of an offer sheet for chicago native jabari parker a little bit lower than you would have thought i don't really like the idea of parker and markkanen playing together though be a pretty flammable defensive front court markkanen not really rimprotector ken move his feet and switch little bit maybe you'd just be switching everything at that point defensively but i'm not sure that that's the right option can you imagine a starting five with markkanen jabari parker zach levine yeah i don't like the parker levin fit very much that that's for sure but that could end up being a pretty good offensive team everyone develops but yeah i mean they would just be so flammable aaron gordon same kind of issues the fact that the restricted free agents that are the sexiest and youngest play the same position as markkanen makes a little difficult we've seen that aaron gordon really playing at the three other even if you have the shooting of marketing at the four probably not the greatest idea still so it doesn't seem like they really would be at the top of the restricted free agent market any mention xm is a possible that too but maybe it now's the time to discuss what they should do in the draft and we haven't watched all these guys yet we're gonna do wendel carter in just a bit here but i mean there are being right now on draft expressed they're being mocked selecting trae on at number seven and michael porter who has been working out in chicago interestingly porter sh was examined by the bulls doctors and then those are going to be shared with all the other teams mark borrow seen porter's agent has.
"kogyo" Discussed on Cheap Heat
"Ideal yet we got a little ways to go until kogyo i'm hoping i got to get the call something goal i don't know what i'm doing now what what what are you most excited about because i mean listen i i'm in a different spot than you and i can say a bit more i think it's been interesting because the card got kinda set early in terms of the money in the bank matches so it's sort of put us in a weird kind of inbetween noman'sland over the last couple of weeks what are you most excited to watch the billed for during this time leading up to what is now the fifth major build has been really really good and personally money in the bank is been my favorite my personal favorite pay per view for a long time michael always says he loves survivor series on the big diehard fan for money in the bank is really enjoyed how the nakimora style series has matured like a fine wine like every match veteran betters of last man standing i think they're going to but i was placard for the two money in the bank see both i hope both three days come to smack down because they both go to raw really want if we get both that's going to be really dramatic yeah i agree i'm also how are you how do you feel about how do you feel i'm getting cited for nakimora i think it's been up and down there've been some weird moments have been moments i loved i loved the backlash finish i know that's a it's a controversial opinion some people didn't like the double nar kick i really liked it.
Bill Clinton gets defensive about Monica Lewinsky in interview
"This and i bet you don't even know them this was litigated twenty years ago two thirds of the american people sided with me they were not insensitive i had a sexual harassment policy when i was governor eighties you are giving one side and omitting faster president i i'm not i'm not trying to present aside no that the sorrow i feel is genuine first and most important my family monica lewinsky and her family but you didn't apologize to her i have not talked to her apollo i do i do not i never talked to her but i did say publicly on more than one occasion that i was sorry that's very different the bulgy was public you don't think private apology so i think this thing has been it's twenty years ago come on but tuck jfk james patterson china lbj stop already i don't think president frozen kennedy should resign do you believe president johnson should on and ask you these questions because of the way you formulate the questions are dealt with it twenty years ago plus and the american people twothirds of with me and i've tried to good job since then with my wife and with my work that's all i have to say about that how about that can ask bill clinton about monica lewinsky it's totally on point and he has no business being defensive and if he is going to be defensive he's got no business being innocent down interview that interview was well done that was well done what's interesting is it rings to president trump's fake news and you're twisting the story giving all the fat just sound like it does sound almost trumpian it also sounds clinton it depends on what the definition of is his did apologize but when i apologized apologize to everybody the american people the people on saturn the whole universe includes ms lewinsky here's the thing should you pick up the phone and said hey monica remember my and then should he the apologized to her literally said im's he did publicly when he was on tv sat policy to miss lewinsky i think that's different than her watching it on tv and her having a phone conversation or face to face i don't know why he didn't may maybe he feels like he's got nothing to apologize for it was consensual i'm not sure hillary wanted him to ever talk to her again which he says he hasn't but wow i think wherever bill clinton is on your ladder and for me he's actually been up there i don't think about him a lot but i think he was a good president and i think he's a brilliant guy and i want my presidents to be brilliant guys i want them to be better in their personal conduct than him but anyway wherever he is on your ladder he just went down like two steps for me weirdly for violeta he just went up three steps which i i have no explanation for still has that accent she likes the voice it's one forty three i am interested in presidential pardons i'm also interested in a couple of other stories in the news that have nothing to do with the president's and i'm interested in a tweet that i saw today by one jamal do you go buy something other than jamal coal on twitter and social media everything's just four my block f o r my block everything i do is for my block democracy starts a block level was something simple you can do for your block so for my block and everything we discovered you a lot of us did when you organize to snow shoveling campaign what happened i live in chatham on the south side of chicago and challenges state of mind the represents community organizer and seventy percent of the seventy percent of the population of chadema singers and they got overwhelmed because snowstorm a lot of them had neuropathy in their wrists taylor oxygen tanks have walker so some of them had doctor's appointments i needed help so i just tweeted out kogyo hey i need ten people in meet me on seventy ninth street red line station i got shovels i got hoodies azam hot chocolate come through and i woke up the next day was sixty thousand tweets and it was people not just from the neighborhood but people from the suburbs it was white people black people it was told people that were
"kogyo" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Some people just amaze me because they complain about getting overtaxed to overregulated but they're the ones that voted for it cheers yeah i love that dog catcher john kogyo i don't think he's gonna move to the valley i think he likes likes it up in the north well wolfgang romo at a time we're gonna play tom jones again as we go out what what are you gonna do real quick this week in anything fun other than making sure your like heels and that's about it i'm going to take care of my leg and probably just enjoy the sunshine maybe sit out on the deck for a little bit and watch the grass grow or the snow melts yeah that's right i hope it's both for sure folks i hope you enjoy your weekend and you know this is the time as the snow melts one thing one idea i'd give ya and gramps my dad worked with my son this last weekend and i did it with him last year and we'll probably go one more time cleanup some trash that's a fun one with your kids or grandkids go out there grab a bag and trying to maybe not even a plastic bag a paper bag and why don't you go in why don't you clean up trash even if it's a block around your home wolf gangs giving me a thumbs up we do that around rs we walk about three blocks down both sides to the left and right of the the departure of our home in our driveway out metal lakes and it really makes a difference and there's so many like booze bottles and just i don't understand why people litter i mean that's the first thing don't litter and if something flies out of your vehicle trying to pick it up mostly trucks that seems to be where it comes from predominantly but get out there this weekend you know member to pay your taxes as well isn't that new isn't that due on monday i think we're giving extension so it's not the fifteenth it's actually on monday here's a little tom jones folks drive safe and god bless.
"kogyo" Discussed on Get Up!
"Yeah we know the most unique or focus on performed since you're going to see when a god knows he needs to get sixteen rebounds it he goes out gives me twenty and and just just meet meet a done a done deal extra very impressed blazers won the battle for the three seed down the jazz damian lillard doing damian lower things thirty six points tennis his there'd be a great example of we sing markets don't matter in the nba were wrong because if damian lillard played in different city he'd be one of the three or four biggest stars in the sport that you know here i come with the double bureau gangrene somebody that was born in new york that worked as kogyo lebron james doesn't have a problem plan in the small market neither does russell westbrook and the end of the anybody for the spurs needed his name lilla who's on every other commercial's plus he has a hit rat hours did have a problem though last night with moorland wasn't even close anthony davis was wonderful now iago anthony davis out of new orleans knicks yeah definitely achieve not winning anything in new orleans let's be they're not winning anything at this point right now for anthony davis you got paid like at some point you got to start thinking about chips they're not gonna win any chips in all and here with the warriors after they get burs i i don't know which of these is the most exciting i feel like where we say thunder jazz are them.
"kogyo" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Kogyo to gamble and run around but very was going to lock the n well minnelli was painstakingly working out his compositions for the you know for the town fair climax and he wanted to move the do you know the story manelli wanted to be they spent all day kind of setting up the shot this nighttime show with a ton of extras and it's the big action climax one of the characters gets killed and mentally said you know i gotta move that fares wheel ss feet and sinatra said i'm going to chicago and i'm not gonna finish this picks really took off and then minnelli was like and and they got a back and they actually finish the picture had a schedule but it was very frosty and and yet i think melanie got a truly good performance in a truly unsympathetic roll out of sinatra and i think the interplay between sinatra and dean martin you know these never never got anything nearly as good in all the films they made later i think manelli shooting on location and yet lighting a lot of the shots especially the nighttime ones as if he were in the hollywood studio so you patently artificial expressionist crazy sort of artifice going on in real locations gives the movie a very very unique tension i think and i it's garish cheap melodrama and i'm pretty much in the bag for i wish i was with you mike you know once again i'm i'm within the annual in a lot of his thoughts but one of them being just sort of maybe a general dissatisfaction with the movie and i'll get to the fact that i still think it's absolutely worth seeing worth discussing it better be because we're gonna talk about it for fifteen or twenty more minutes but you kind of lewd this in terms of setting.
"kogyo" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Louisiana couple is accused of tempting to rob an uber driver under the hood the woman distracted by being topless with jonathan who topless on tony's extracted now weeknights on espn one thousand welcome back this is under the hood i'm jeff miller along with chris black this evening hanging out with you is jay hood takes a little little vaca down to the florida keys if you will and just hanging out relaxing and so he deserves it so we'll fill in for him tonight and you know chris loyola kogyo or loyola university chicago as i grew up calling it my school they have captured the nation of the nation and i think a lot of people are pretty excited about the eleven seed that has made the cinderella run in the two thousand eighteen nc double as to the final four and as captivated as we have all been in the city not everybody is looking forward to wail the continuing their success well how so jeff because i mean this story has been fantastic the way the ramblers have gone through the tournament winning games at the last second and then getting from the elite eight to the final four by blowing out the competition what's not the love a bunch of unknown kids playing together team basketball a head coach who's charismatic is fun to watch the whole thing is just entertaining what's wrong with someone who would not like this loyalist story dreams cinderella story you would think that because i'm sorry the david versus goliath story you know what it's proven that place yeah that's usually that works as sports programming folk that's the one that's on your home run every.
"kogyo" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Governor because the doc commissioner has to be removed period right because and part of this is being driven by the criminal justice mission and the doc a you know do indeed i liked teen williams i would say he's a friend of mine but i don't think he's the right person in the right job in so you have to change the culture of hug a thug and now starting at it's at the highest levels and then the other thing you have to do as you have to repeal us be ninety one and the only way to do that is you have to change out the john cocktails of the world the peter mitchell keys of the world you got a chair you gotta change out a lot of these soft on crime republicans and democrats in order to change it you know in the only way that's going to happen is a people in their district actually you know decided to step up in in uh let's say get rid of the dirty laundry what we do because i hate to see anchorage go through the full cycle of of detroit you know at some point aware there we eat breaks on and say hey we need to stop looked at the pap we're heading down i know i know and i gotta tell you there's like i like john kogyo personally i've had an opportune talk to him i think he's nice guy we disagree on this particular issue but i think this particular issue is so fundamental to public safety i think if if anybody who's going to be an impediment to fixing it needs to go and unaware of their friend or foe for treatment click on an experiment wel it is that's exactly what it is this is a business to be the shirt governor uh make judge your joe him he's lawyered up joel pile a boat to see that gun komo cleared chief people police over oakland that you know hoping this would put up a quarterback do open lewis booth we'll see if we can get a sport going on we could win this game yeah and i you know here's.
"kogyo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"It a greek weird you've got uh your high and to places when you're in japan you really miss and why you make like tea and scones and then when you're in england like ought to go from sixty elect if i could you uh you you right at the at toward the end of the book you talk about putting the magic back in japan that uh you want to change that the western perception of the of the country tell me about that well we have to be very very oversimplified version of japanese history on cured from ryan epi thin and basically my aim my single aim is to give people used to take away the fun to say we play wave find out if they object and what they actually did and then let's rebuild our image of japan even if we're gonna go down mind girl people go down on through that's fine but let's do on the two i am so it doesn't my i if you've some what he wants to do my too you can go and do japanese might be but let me see correct if you wanna make a comic goalmaker jaffe coming i make it really not but you don't leave use the wheel things they actually fall some panoply of faith flying forever you want to come back to and we build on its ed not only to affect perceptions here in the west but maybe how the japanese to remind them of their their traditions well you talked about the guy called rob kogyo her in it beginning he actually amazingly famous and japonica different name he called koizumi japan at out with the japanese name but they still read his book unveiling actually say that he is the guy saved japanese folklore what i'm trying to do people to fill popular by the say they you know it too much victorian writing i'm kind of eu human something to bounce off on to give people the the super not who fight of japonica the hopefully next time it will be the like the 5 of coupon all you know the more curious thing wind so as he sort of like at the top of the japan yes very much yeah i'm he decree um irish month and the.
"kogyo" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Fox sports trending alive from la la land on thom looney slave ann arbor odd microphone one hundred three degrees hearing loss and holds a game time for world series game one between the los angeles dodgers used to nast rose clayton kershaw was masterful dodger bats were popular among paris go ahead one but another guy snyder where the call i am five seventy l a justin turner added a tworun moon that made the difference railway and game one dodgers kicked some astros three to one clinton kershaw seven and expects no walks three hits 11 strikeouts gang joe is tomorrow and i've load this is the g six bits yeah the big kogyo sports forced walgreens what other thais who have suffered through god awful impression jerry jones i was in hot so 19th seventy seven lottie anderson what she said you should are the cowboys smart upi vijay singh all sick because you have lubbers what is that get caesar from plight of the ace finally i'm speechless law from a guy go fox sports radio studios michael caine speaks to his nose like this now with michael army fears jason michael caine smith our do of the program.
"kogyo" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Get thinner kogyo were not moron but you will mark the oil a lottery rick mark people who recognize the problem and it needs to be repealed you know and i think those same people i don't care if you're talking to you but more you're talking new a felon that just got out of the jail or if you're talking to somebody who had their cars stolen i'm sorry i've heard all aspects of them even the felons that i've spoken to that got out of jail because of sb ninety one have flat out said to me this is why got out of jail because the the leniency that was created under parole in probation in they said but at the same time oh yeah there's parts of the bill that are really bad we'll da i yeah i get it you know and and now kogyo is basically you're saying that you know when it comes down to it you know a alaskans just don't understand sb ninety one is just a term and it's become a bad term well no yeah i bet rhetoric on compile a crap men to that amen today though you're totally your can regulation the third literature voter correct b ninety one john makumbe they're very duke away an entertainer inuit it will be a public acknowledgement that they made a mistake in that vote to repeal it that's right and that's what i am trying to say it's okay but i have to tell you i my heart is finally on my heart has actually been happy this week because talking to some of the legislators that were staunch supporters of this fell just having a hearttoheart with them and talking to them and i didn't talk down to them i just expressed exactly what i'm hearing and what my analysis was in seeing that they really have had a change of heart i appreciate that i appreciate that and i know it's not easy for them but now i at some of the ones that are really digging their high heels in are some of the ones in the senate and died i think from a very strategic from absolute political standpoint of how do we actually get this repealed i'm telling people right now you need to focus on your state senators those are the people you need to call they rain it up there for that both that were.
"kogyo" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Word sp ninety one is a political thing that has come to meet a lot of things to people that it doesn't really mean well if it means you prioritise criminals over blah betting citizens yup it means that if you me if it means you support the explosion in crime yet cartel that's what it means if it means you're going soft on crime yet that's what it means i mean it's really unbelievable to me when i started hearing kogyo's analysis of this particular of this particular and they'll it's unbelievable really anyway long with a short when you start looking at the way that the repeal frasca ninety one might work through the legislature i'm telling you right now you have got to focus on the state senate and it's primarily the republicans veteran charged that are the problem and i said this before i think the vote to be there in the house to repeal sb ninety one and many gates kicked over to the senate in the senate has to concur or not concur and if they don't agree with the house then he goes to a conference comey in this right here is where the problem lies the problem lies and senate leadership because you have p kelley supporter of sb ninety one who's who is the president right then you have a cheeky you have mckinnon yup kogyo you admire all these people in leadership roles in one way or fashion are the ones that are really protect you miss bill so the senate president's skin to named three people to go the conference committee with the house who will be sb ninety went supporters mark my words so basically we have to pick up we have to have eleven votes in the senate in order to kill sb ninety line eleven who are they going to be well i think if memory serves the last county in the senate i think there were five people that voted 'no on the final passage of sb ninety one off the.