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Brady tops 600 career TD passes, Buccaneers rout Bears 38-3
"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers dominated in all phases of the game and route to a thirty eight to three victory over the Chicago Bears Tom Brady threw four touchdown passes three of them to Mike Evans giving Brady six hundred two for his career thus far Jaelyn Jordan ran a punt back forty three yards to set up a letter of Fournette touchdown and the defense bottled up the bears all day Justin fields past four hundred eighty four yards but threw three interceptions fumbled three times losing two of them and was sacked four times Tampa Bay is now six one one the bears drop to three and four I'm Tom Macon's
California requires vaccines, tests for teachers and staff
"California's adopted a new vaccination policy for school teachers and staff while much of the nation grapples with growing coated nineteen cases affecting children more than eight hundred thousand California educators and support staff including bus drivers cafeteria workers and custodians we'll have to get vaccinated against Kobe eight nineteen or face weekly testing of first in the nation says governor Gavin Newsom to address the number one anxiety that parents like myself that I have for young children and that is knowing that the schools are doing everything in their power to keep our kids safe in Georgia Macon county becomes the fourth school district to suspend in person learning because cobit counts continue to rise and some individual school districts in Florida Arizona and Texas are imposing mask mandates for schools even though their governor's band that type of health mandate I'm Jackie Quinn
75-Year-Old Man Dead, Woman Injured In Chicago Apartment Fire
"A woman hospitalized after an apartment fire and the Brainard neighborhood late Friday night. WGN's Judy Wang with more Yes identified by the Cook County Medical examiner's office as 75 year old John Macon, a woman is hospitalized in serious condition at Christ Medical Center. The damage here is extensive. The fire broke out and about 11 last night. The apartment building is located at 94th and Southall step what firefighters arrived. They saw the flames shooting through the roof. Two police officers went into the building and pulled the woman out. It is unknown what type of injuries she suffered in this fire. Chicago police say those two officers drove themselves a little company of Mary Hospital after the rescue. They're being treated for smoke inhalation. Firefighters say the building didn't appear to have working smoke detectors. Ah 48 year old man
North Carolina to expand vaccination eligibility
"Covert vaccination eligibility Macon in Jackson County's They're not taking appointments for anyone at least 18 years of age. Western Carolina University also announced yesterday they're moving toward offering vaccines to all adults starting April 1st. There's some good news for teachers in Governor
Metro Atlanta teen found dead in central Georgia cemetery
"Atlanta team goes missing after leaving for work, and it's later found dead in a cemetery more than 50 Miles away, the aunt of 17 year old Ashanti Hunter tells Channel two action news. Anyone with information should come forward. This is crushing this. This is wrong. This is wrong. More than wrong. The sheriff of Lamar County near Macon says someone drove Hunter to the cemetery, he says they have several people They want to talk to you.
GA health districts slammed with COVID vaccine inquiries receiving ‘50,000 calls in 2 hours’
"Eligible have to make an appointment to get the shots easier said than done. Georgians are swamping phone lines of county health departments and crashing their websites. The North Central Health District, covering 13 Middle Georgia counties, tells the Macon Telegraph that it received 50,000 calls in just two hours on Monday morning. They're working to beef up their phone system to handle more capacity. But that doesn't help when you need more people to answer the phones that Georgia coastal Health District has paused, taking a point. Mints altogether. They're already booked into March.
"macon" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Sean Mark Macon is here. His new book is July 1914 Countdown to War and in his epilogue. He looks at what if what if Sarajevo had not happened? Would these men have maneuvered toured European catastrophe In any event? What if Franz Ferdinand had remained because he certainly was in place because he was certainly was a block to back told in Conrad's intentions to declare war on Serbia many times. Franz Ferdinand had had stopped their efforts to declare war and March on Belgrad many times. But in Germany, Germany's relationship to Vienna is hard to read. It was an alliance. But it was a strange alliance that Germans and their superiority of warfare and the number of men they have and how they were prepared to fight a two front war. Looked upon the Austrians as allies but weak allies to be manipulated Professor. Let's start with the question of the Kaiser. Right now, the Kaiser's on holiday when these events happen, he certainly is kept informed. He doesn't return to Berlin until the 28th does he want Does he bear responsibility for not stopping? What we know is going on in Vienna, could he have reached in there early and turned it off? It's quite possible that he could have the curious thing about the kind serious people can say all kinds of things about him because he put so much down on paper. They were the famous marginalia that if he would get these documents from the military men, the Admiralty or his diplomats, and he would scribble these comments all over them. And so for a century Because the Germans kept such good records, we've been able to kind of Pour through these margin, Alia and even some of the official documents and you can come up with almost any view of the kinds or you like he was belligerent. He was hotheaded. He was ultimately a pacifist. He was a coward. He was neurotic. In a way it sold through. I mean, it was all of these sex and he was a man of immense contradictions. Before the actual July crisis began, however, he was first and foremost, despite his reputation for being erratic. He was ultimately something of a voice for peace alongside France Ferdman that is the military men in Germany. They had been talking for years about the Russian threat, and so on. That Russia was getting stronger every year. We need to strike. They even have a discussion about this in the first Balkan war in December, 1912 the Kaiser said. Absolutely not. I'm certainly not gonna have us go to war because you know some problem that the Austrians are having the Serbia. The Kaiser was, if anything, even oddly pro Serbian by German standards. The assassination, really degeneration. That's said by the end of July. For the most part, he had begun to view things somewhat rationally. It wasn't in his early stages of kind of outrage from the assassination that he did authorize this so called blank check. That is that Germany would offer support for Austria. Get in whatever she did against Serbia By the end of the month, though he had begun to have second thoughts about this, especially after is we were discussing earlier in the program. He actually read Serbia's reply to the ultimatum, which, while not by any means and unambiguous acceptance, was fairly conciliatory on many points theme kind. You're actually wanted them. Intervene and to mediate in Vienna to mediate some sort of settlement where the service would be forced to give way and possibly endure some humiliating occupation of Belgrade with the Austrians might have to back down on some of the points, too. What happened then was actually somewhat contingent because The kinds of actually gave these instructions. And as I was saying earlier in the program, his chance for bet mom undermined him. But some of it was also simply because the kind of there was not a man who was in the habit of using the telephone, and so his instructions were actually sent by private courier. So it took them over an hour to get to Berlin before they could be sent to Vienna, and even then, because he thought they were so sensitive. He wanted them to be sent essentially again, by way of the males. Just say not by telegraph. So the kinds of didn't realize the urgency because he had just been told the Austrians were not going to actually declare war for another two weeks. Some of it was a pure accident, but as far as his intentions I do think that the kinds of with the so called hold on Belgrade initiative towards the end of the month. I do think the kind sir would have white to mediate some kind of a settlement. When he was undermined part with by accident, partly by timing, partly by his own chancellor. And then there was a lot of undermining simply because what they're told was up to in Vienna. You know that is it, Bear told basically gave the world instead of complete, which undermine any possible diplomatic initiative. The determines would have wanted to pursue just quickly here, Shawn because I want to move on to France and Russia. Bat men, the the chancellor and Yongle, the state secretary. They conspire it one point to maneuver the Kaiser. Are they guilty of that? Does he know he's being maneuvered by them? The 28th in the 29th. We just have a minute, Sean. I think that's right. If the chancellor and part of me the only thing I've seen Bet Mom's defense is that once he realized the policy at dawn wall, he did offer to resign. The Kaiser is, in a sense, the Kaiser's worst act of the entire week was probably not to accept the resignation of the chancellor. You know, he actually put it Very colorfully. You know, you said you've cooked this broth and now you're going to eat it. You know, that is you're going to deal with this policy that you've unleashed, even though the Kaiser himself enough to unleash it now, bet Mom knowing it was sunset Impossible Policy dilemma. He was in a difficult situation, but yes, he absolutely did try to manipulate the Kaiser s O did ya cow? Although he was really, I think more in the back seat. I think it was the chance for her really was driving policy and on the 28th. When Vienna does declare war on Serbia doesn't do anything about it because their armies not mobilized until the middle of August. Once that passes, we can say that the Kaiser and Bettman and Yago at that point were plunged into a situation that they could have turned off. Is that fair to say they could have turned it off after After the declaration of war by Austria. Well, they did try. In fact, Bittman tried to turn it off even after the declaration of war. By the time he got these messages through to Vienna, though they had to some extent become overtaken by events. All right, the Austrians had said Stop paying attention will turn to events. They were really trapped. By that point, there was very little the Germans could do to slow down. The mechanism will will turn to events in Petersburg next because France and Russia are on top of a place to look for fresh opinions off who's at fault? The Germans, The Serbians and the Austrians is certainly accused. What about the French and the Russians? I'm John Bachelor. This is the John back position..
Raptors hold Knicks to 3 for 36 from 3, win without Siakam
"In a game played Emily arena in Tampa the Toronto raptors defeated the New York Knicks one hundred eighty three to post their first victory of the young NBA season Fred vanvleet led the raptors with twenty five points will be there in a row and student is not is not acceptable around here and I think you know lot of guys fired up and we're there's a core group here that as kind and now we know what each other's thinking at all times sometimes these movies that all out truly is Randall and Kevin Knox the second each had sixteen for New York the next scored forty eight points in the paint but the raptors offset that by making seventeen baskets from three point range while the Knicks had just three tall Macon's Tampa
Mahomes, Hill have huge day, Chiefs hold off Bucs 27-24
"It was too too late for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as they fell to the Kansas City Chiefs twenty seven to twenty four two fourth quarter touchdown passes from Tom Brady to Mike Evans were not enough to overcome an early seventy did nothing chiefs lead Patrick Mahomes completed thirty seven of forty nine passes for four hundred sixty two yards and TD strikes of seventy five forty four and twenty yards to Tyreek hill Mahomes was happy with the victory we played well enough to win I still think there's there was Tom's office will get a better second half in the red zone Rudy was twenty seven forty one for three hundred forty five yards three touchdowns and two interceptions the chiefs around ten and one while the books dropped to seven and five Tom Macon's Tampa
Puppy pipeline runs from Georgia northward to adoptive homes in Washington DC
"Hundreds of dogs from shelters in Georgia are finding homes in the Washington D. C area, many of them thanks to a volunteer group called pilots and pause. Lost Dog and Cat Rescue Foundation of Arlington, Virginia, told Macon Georgia's W M A. Z T V. There's been a strong demand for rescue dogs in and around Washington. With so many professionals now working from home and able to take in a new pet. Some are even being flown by air from Georgia to Washington by volunteer pilots. And Georgia. Many rules, shelters are struggling to feed the animals and Morfogen Lee's been turning in their pets due to the financial strain of the pandemic. I'm Louise Schiavone. NPR NEWS
"macon" Discussed on AP News
"This'll is AP News I'm Rita Fall way With the transition now formally underway, President elect Joe Biden is talking about his plans for the nation and word the potential Corona virus vaccines might be available soon. Who should get it. First. We should be focusing on obviously the docks, the nurses, those people who are the first responders. I think we should also be focusing on being able open schools as rapidly as we can. I think it can be done safely, so there's a lot to work out in the next Two months as to exactly how we distributed President elect Biden talking to NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt Biden will address the nation today with a Thanksgiving message we're told, will include a promise Americans will get through the Corona virus pandemic together. The virus is now killed almost 260,000 people in this country. That's according to Johns Hopkins University. Millions of Americans are traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday. Despite the warning of health experts. California state health secretary says it's not too late to just say no When it comes to family and friends wanting to visit on Thanksgiving necessary to modify your paws are usual traditions. Really stop the surge this year, Dr Mark Galli says hospitalization statewide of increased 81% this month in Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers says gatherings need to be on Lee with family members who already live together. None of us wants to be the one to unwittingly spread this virus to somebody. We love our host the next Super spreader event and in New York governor Andrew Cuomo says he won't see his 89 year old mother this Thanksgiving and reminds residents to keep their gathering. Small and use face coverings. Where a mask don't be a turkey. I'm Jackie Quinn. The Dow hit 30,000 for the first time yesterday. This is AP News The wife of Britain's Prince Harry. Meghan Markle is writing about having a miscarriage in July. The AP is Charles Valadez more reports. Macon has described the miscarriage in an opinion piece in The New York Times writing On you. As I catch my firstborn child that I was losing my second. The former Meghan Markle and husband Prince Harry have an 18 month old son, Archie, The Duchess says she is sharing her story to help break the silence around on all too common tragedy. Early this year, the couple announced they were quitting royal duties on moving to North America, citing what they said was the unbearable intrusions and racist attitudes off the British media. Charles to the Decima. London Airlines say they're losing $157 billion because travelers aren't traveling during this Corona virus pandemic. I'm Rita Foley. AP News The Duchess of Sussex who's revealed she had a miscarriage in July. Giving a personal account of the traumatic experience in hope of helping others. Macon has described the miscarriage in an opinion piece in the New York Times writing, I Knew as I catch my firstborn child, that I was losing my second The former Meghan Markle and husband Prince Harry have an 18 month old son, Archie, The duchess says she is sharing her story to help break the silence around on all too common tragedy. Early this year, the couple announced they were quitting royal duties on moving to North America, citing what they said was the unbearable intrusions and racist attitudes off the British media. Charles till it s Mama London. Meghan has described the miscarriage in an opinion piece in the New York Times writing, I knew as I catch my firstborn child. That I was losing my second. The former Meghan Markle and husband Prince Harry have an 18 month old son, Archie, The duchess says she is sharing her story to help break the silence around on all too common tragedy. Early this year, the couple announced they were quitting royal duties on moving to North America, citing what they said was the unbearable intrusions and racist attitudes off the British media. Charles to the test. Mama London the Black Friday sales.
"macon" Discussed on 600 WREC
"A suspected following a deadly house fire in Birmingham. Firefighters arrived to find the blaze mostly inside the structure, producing a lot of smoke. Once inside, they discovered the body of a woman who had apparently succumb to the heavy fire and smoke. A second victim, identified as a male was pulled from the home and rushed to the hospital. He is still listed in critical condition at ST Vincent's East. Day. Birmingham police who were also on the scene, said there were signs of foul play surrounding the deceased woman. The investigation continues. I'm Reginald Green. 17 year old is in critical condition after getting hit by a vehicle driven by an off duty Birmingham police officer Jefferson County Sheriff's deputy say the officer was driving his personal vehicle on the way home when it happened. They say the teenager ran into the road in front of the car is being treated at the hospital. It was a year ago today. 19 year old college student in Iaw, Blanchard was kidnapped from an Auburn convenience store parking lot and killed. Remains later found in a wooded area of Macon County. Family and friends are planning to hold a vigil in her honor tonight at Home Woods Patriot Park. Abraham Yazid remains in jail awaiting trial on capital murder charges. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. And another Confederate monument has been taken down in Alabama under the cover of night it was removed from its pedestal in front of the Madison County Courthouse in Huntsville. County Commission claims it will be relocated to a cemetery. At an unspecified later date. I'm Jim Farraday. You're next news at 3 30 coming up. It's Sean Hannity on Birmingham's news, traffic and weather station. News radio 1055 We are C Have you heard? Ah, Secret hoard of 18. 88. Morgan.
Trump rallies in Wisconsin after state reports record-high COVID cases
"The president's rallies this weekend, not just a political flashpoint, but a public health one is well with local government and health officials. Warning the large crowds could become super spreader events in states where the numbers are hitting record highs Garrett Hake is in Wisconsin with more. Tonight. A crowd of thousands of mostly masculine trump supporters packed together on an airport tarmac I a mask I might put it on if I sit down to somebody. But. I'm healthy and I'm not that concerned about it. It's overblown. Wisconsin's governor accusing the president of encouraging a super spreader event with tonight's campaign rally sure would ask him personally. Where a mask. Be physically distant. He'll do that. There's been no indication that he's. Willing to do. This is Wisconsin sets records for new cases and hospitalizations. This week more than fifteen hundred Wisconsin is have died of covid nineteen prompting a group of doctors to warn of dire consequences. President trump's rallies endanger public health, and they have become platforms for him to spread medically inaccurate information that puts people's lives at risk right here in Wisconsin the White House is owned Corona Virus, taskforce places Wisconsin, and it's red zone for new cases the most dangerous category warning of rapid worsening the virus in the state over the last week and urging social distancing to the maximum degree. Possible. Trump rallies aren't known for social distancing crowds in the thousands regularly sit or stand press together for hours. Beforehand, masks are required for entry but often discarded inside. At last night's rally in Macon Georgia. A trump supporting democratic state representative went crowd surfing the President returns to Wisconsin at a time of possession peril for his campaign. Recent polling shows him trailing Joe, Biden. By an average of six points here the president's last plan trip here canceled at the last minute the president himself was diagnosed with corona buyers
Senator repeatedly mispronounces Kamala Harris' name at Trump rally
"President led his anxiety show last night in Macon Georgia. Could you imagine if I lose my whole life? What am I going to? I'm going to say I lost to the worst candidate in the history of politics. That same Georgia crowd witnessed a campaign controversy when Senator David Purdue up for reelection appear to mockingly flood the name of his Senate colleague Kamala Harris the most insidious thing. Chuck Schumer and Joe Biden are trying to perpetrate end Barney and Elizabeth? Amok Mama Mama. I. Don't know. Whatever Georgia Democrats pounced calling it a racist tactic produce campaign responded that he simply mispronounced Senator Harris's name and he didn't mean anything by it.
Atlanta - Trump is in Georgia, trying to shore up support in a critical battleground state
"Days ahead of Election Day President Trump in Macon, Georgia tonight holding a rally at the Middle Georgia airport. I love I Love Being with you. This is Judge this is making many wearing maggot masks that tonight's rally, holding up signs like four more years and peaceful protester. Earlier
Trump stumping in Florida, Georgia as Biden heads to Michigan after competing town halls
"Michigan, and then heading to Detroit and meeting with faith leaders as Faras. What's on the agenda for President Trump? USDA radio networks. Veiled Your has the details. November 3rd is quickly approaching in President Trump continues to pound the pavement. He delivers remarks and make America Great again Rally in Ocala, Florida Friday afternoon at three Eastern. Then I'll head to Macon, Georgia to address the crowd at six Eastern time on Saturday. There's a stop in Muskegon, Michigan to discuss supporting the American way of life, and the president will deliver remarks on supporting law enforcement later Saturday in Janesville, Wisconsin, according to data out of the University of Florida. Nearly 20 million people have already voted in the 2020 election. This is Yusa
Decorating Without Clutter with The Nester
"I'm so glad that you're here with me today. Oh I sew happy to be here Dana Oh my goodness I'm so excited I love is this your office that I'm seeing the video this is my office behind me and I'm so glad you're only seeing this because you can almost not walk in the rest of the room today well, I think what are people calling zoom scaping now that it's like I mean like that is a huge in my private facebook group. That is a huge topic of conversation is okay. My kid has to zoom I have to zoom I've got to have five different zoom spaces in my home. You know where I know what the background is and let me just introduce you real quick I'm sure I probably went back and said it in the intro but whatever. You are my Willens Smith known as the NESTER and you have a book coming out called welcome home correct and do. What's what's your little elevator pitch for your buck for this book I'm still not good at that but I'll tell you the subtitle. It's a cozy minimalist guide to decorating and hosting all year round. Right. And it's divided up into seasons and I love that and we're GonNa talk about that because seasonal decorating can be. Exciting, but also a trap especially for my people So we're talking about that but so you wrote decorating book and I've been in your house and it's beautiful and you're like the decorating guru of the Internet so. Like do you get stressed out of resume scaping? No not at all I'll tell you why. Because my tagline, my overall tagline of everything is it doesn't have to be perfect to be beautiful and that covers a multitude of sins. Actually that means I have lowered the expectation so much thatch there better be some imperfection there or else I'm not giving the people what they want, and so I'm so grateful that I started off with that. I mean first of all I believe it but secondly, it just changes everyone's expectation. Okay. So let's talk about that because. So I was talking about my people and where we're coming from. So, the idea of not needing to be perfect is very appealing, but it's also very scary because. Most of us are not talking about letting someone see a basket of laundry on the couch were talking about like piles of laundry covering every surface. You know not all of us because we're all at different points in this journey. Thankfully, I'm not there anymore but I do have laundry on my recliner right now even though I'm so against that because my daughter was doing her laundry was like, where am I gonNa do with this and I said just put it on the recliner because I don't have time right now I mean so it happens but I know there was a time in my life where it was not just a matter of. Not Letting someone. In because it wasn't perfect but not letting someone in because it was a real source of shame. So how do you like what's your advice in that situation? I think you I love how you just go straight to the point of it and I think we all have we all have different levels of that you know and just because maybe visually someone else's Homa seem more cluttered or untouched or Messi that person could experience the same amount of. Shame as someone who's house maybe to US looks pristine. So you almost you can't even measure the shame that way because it's not a shame contest, it's I think it's a combination of number one how we feel about our own home and then how we perceive others to feel about it, and so if we can get to a point where we feel good about both of those things, I think that's the goal. So I know for my friends. If they have laundry everywhere I love my friends. So I I don't care like I want to know them and if that's them but I'm okay with that because I loved them and I feel confident that my friends feel the same way about me totally truly do in it. Took me I'll tell you one time. I'll just go ahead and take over I'm GonNa tell you story. So how many years ago when Chad I married we were renting this crazy. It was like one of the oldest houses in Macon Georgia. So really really old house like eighteen hundreds built in the bathrooms like every room was crazy. Especially, you know how kitchens and bathrooms are but the house was kind of an embarrassment to me and We lived in a town where there was not only an attorney school, but there was a doctor school. So somehow all our friends were coming of age doctors and attorneys and my. Husband was a schoolteacher and I'm staying home having babies. So I was the friend of mine whose husband was studying to be doctor and she had a beautiful new home and she was dropping me off from like a day together and she asked if she could use my bathroom and I told her no and I didn't tell her no because I mean first of all I'm I'm sure it wasn't tidied up but that was not my source of shame for me. My source of shame was like my house wasn't good enough. And I will tell you it is one of my biggest regrets because really what I was telling my friend is I do not trust you. I do not trust you with where my life is right now and who I am right now and what we can afford and what God has given us all of those things. I wasn't just saying I'm embarrassed. So my bathroom I was saying you cannot be trusted with me with the truth of my story and That's a horrible thing to tell a friend in the truth was she could have been trusted. You know the people that can't be trusted or not dropping me off after a fun day together and giving you a hug in my driveway. I had to learn that for a long time. To get to the place where I one hundred percent believe not only doesn't not have to be perfect to be beautiful. If you want true friendship a better, not
"macon" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Yeah, and the time has been great. You know my mother lives with us as well and you know just being able to make food and be present and you know build things around the house and you know. I I'm not I'm not. I'm not saying that it is a great quality time and it's been great. I mean. Sometimes a little crazy but. But. I wouldn't if that's the silver lining of all this is that we we been you know put them to bed every night. And You know and talk to. When I mean in a way that I wouldn't because when shooting like I would be I would I would leave the house? Or Five. Six, in the morning, everyone is still sleeping by the time I get home everyone asleep again you. Will be able to. You know communicate with them as facetime. anything all those things you know so. It's great. My four year old is losing I two. And it's just a it's just a great every day I'm like. You're not. That's great. Stuff like that that you. You know you're. Yeah I mean on it. So I'm like that's the irony is gonNA microcosmic level. It's it's it's it's it's wonderful macro cosmic speeding. Awful because. I. Have to try to like having to try to explain to them why they can't go to school or why they can't go to the playground. You know and let alone like even you know we haven't even begun to. Talk to them about race. You know. All. All of all of the. Things that we're facing with. Over policing like. The on just like. The political landscape and no concept of, but he knows it. I Want Daddy wants to watch you know CNN or Wants to watch you know like global news or once he? He knows my channels. Yes. That's all I is news like which is you know fortunate You that the whole conversation that gives me the creeps. I hear you I can only imagine I man it's just it's heartbreaking to me honestly that people have. Seen Them..
"macon" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Have been scrambling and and the screen actors guild and You know I've been scrambling to try to figure out how we can bring production back safely and not be super spreader and And just not endanger. People working on the show and So people have you know there'd be safety committees that are meeting in their. Task Force teams in place on in production, which is part of the culture now so I think there's a plan for us to go back soon. Soon meaning like a month of sees where we can go and and we'll be tested every day. We'll get results back like in three hours. So you you know you go to set and. Get tested. You know before get there knowing that you're you're negative and then you get tested again before you come back and you have results before you come back and and that's You know and Kudos to. The big show. There are a lot of people working on the show. Oh Yeah. The only on the way, it can really work you know people want people want to return people because we we love what we were doing. Nobody more excited to get back to him sex work than in years I imagined. Than me because I get mouth. But the working yesterday but. You know there's a there's a lot of enthusiasm. For the show with all of the cast and crew. comes. But I respect the fact that they're you know bill days you don't WanNa. Do it other than safely? So I mean I, you know I mean I imagine we're going to get back soon you know for I don't know GonNa take it for finish. The season. Three More material to shoot. 'CAUSE now we're on Hulu, and so we're we we have sixty minutes and material to turn in each episode. It's a bigger show. was already a big show. And that takes a lot of time post-production. Thanks a lot of time. Mail the eighty five piece orchestra that scores every episode you know. So the whole components as well. So I mean it's a big show. So you know I think it'll. It'll be well with from from what I understand from what? The seasons have been great so far enjoyed it and you guys are very special group. You can see the chemistry between you all. And it's really fun to watch and My wife and I watch faithfully every week and even you. Holiday we take. We did see some of them. You know delayed back but. We did. Watching them. I was awesome when they would come on watch with my family. and and then I would go back and I would watch certain episodes just to. Critique performance or just to see what I could do. More of. specify things. You know but I haven't gone back in I mean it'd be fun to do but I have no time A. Two year old and four year old son. Have from. When they go to bed or when they wake up. Leaping there too I hear you believe me. So But yeah. No, it's cool and now that it's on like I talked to someone the other day. during the event and they're like, we've watched season one and season two flights each. More yeah like I hear. You. Have to look at it. This way you are spending some incredible time with your children. Now, my God I'm not mad at. My I, love. Presents and I missed it I know it. I'm a big old teddy bear and even I missing. They're not here now they're. Doing something with with my wife and I miss them..
"macon" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Before in Orchestra Symphony Cats on the the music stand that gets everybody attention. It's sort of that same. You Know Ernest on on unemotional way of communicating in a very matter-of-fact and it's very like there's no. Is Full of Hubris full of yeah. So, and that's I mean. There's a lot to play with them so And then you throw that on to. Stay a porn addiction You know or. Having to go to couples therapy with your mate, you know that that funny. It's like man, there's a lot going on here. The great thing about the Orville is it as you mentioned, you balanced the drama and would boorda's and and his mate wonderfully played by Chad Coleman is the episode with the baby. and. And the baby and then. Choosing the sex of the baby and That will that made such a great statement and when the orval start out doing those kind of things to me, it was like, Hey, there's this stroz fun but there's also a message in India episodes to and I and it's a nice balance the way you and you mentioned it how you balance at off. That episode for Boorda's I think is my favorite about the baby northern was the kickoff you know like like, oh, it's dry. You know sort of a mix between say a Vulcan and you know clean on. With you know couch them some level of comedy so that. All that's all we're. GonNa. Get this from the sector you know But but then throwing in some writing. With some serious serious states. That changes everything, and so navigating that. Still being able to be I, don't think it was much humor. In that episode, there was some but it was. Different in, humor. I like clown professor. We Neil School of drama. Shout out. Chris Base Remarkable. Clown you know and so that would probably some of the most. Intensive learning. That I have had is an actor with his coursework for two years. You know one of the mottoes of.
"macon" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Then because there weren't. Included into the. You know filmmaking and man that way you know what I mean no. Yeah I mean if you look at Jordan Jordan, peele. Oh. My God. You. Know stuff with the horror genre I mean it's not that like. You know we we haven't been telling stories to ourselves, and before you know European came to the continent you know with the Grill I it's just how those stories are being included in. If you look at Mali would like you know the Nigerian film industry. There's tons and tons of being done. You know sort of the likes of what Julie Dash was doing this relating or or carry I'd say elected Oh gosh. Invest that I'm remember her name right now like the other but. You know even even even. ECOBILL south yeah. You know with the ghost stories he'll. I'm going to have to remember hundred and physicists before. GonNa Myself. Nine that even if I go to my library accent so much on my mind. Anyway It'll pop up. Non linearity in the conversation. Yeah I mean it's it's been I've seen an incredible evolution and obviously we still have a long way to go But I mean I was talking to this with Tim and as a young man. The things that influence me. Thank God for the original twilight zone I was telling. An actor that impressed me on the twilight zone. Ivan Dixon who is an amazing actor? And there was a whole story built around him being a boxer, which was a favorite theme of Rod serling yearlings. Boxers that were under under you know at the tail end of their careers so and he was just amazing in that. And then really star Trek Star Trek was. That was. Very common to see them on the enterprise where other shows you didn't see them and I was just thinking of. Dr Monga who was Mr Spock was shot at an episode and he was an intern in the Vulcan, Ward and. Were and he and he took care spock. So it was like Bangalore. In Benghazi Yeah. Dr Memorable. Yes exactly. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah in the future we've we've gotten over the hump of. You know classified like. Species gotten over the Hump of. Of of I. Always Think I always go back to Dr Susan Star bellies. You know like when I was a kid that was a book that was really impressionable. US impression on me You know that story about like the. Word. Society of people that that live and everyone looks the same in this guy rolls into town and he has machine where you quit the star on people's bellies and so what that does is free eighteen. Star bellies the Non Sarr Belly? And then like. In the star bellies using people with the stars on their. On, their stomachs wanted to go.
"macon" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Is Alex Zahara played read God's Zales to. Iron shirt the one eyed onus, ricky. allman coca. Were not. Seifi. Talk. Papa typical. Behavior. Affects what's it like care for you? Both to kind of two things that aren't there well, you know sometimes you have an experience anyway. Like. Gone. In part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision, but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. Long and prosper. Hi. This is Tony till auto and with me is Peter Making you know him as Lieutenant Commander. Boorda on the ORVAL welcome. It's great to talk to you great to talk to and you will be silent. I'll tell you. I just talked to timber before the event that you did virtually, of course, because of the pandemic. On on race insides fiction. Senate over I wanted to ask you how it went. It was good. It was surprisingly so much talk about we just ran out of time all the time. So that's a good thing. There was so much talk about and not a good inside a good stories I just wish we had more time. He just kinda started getting into it and they're like, oh, it's over. So. Not just goes to show you that there's there's lots to talk about Oh. Yeah. There's no doubt about. It was good. It was good and I I. Guess a Lotta People tuned in watching. We weren't able to see that because we're just on a limited Jim Boards or one of Zoom, but you know, missy, there's a limited number of. Hollywood squares if you will. On screen. But Yeah I guess a Lotta People check it out so good and it's a good way to you know keep a relationship going with with fans. You know what I mean And not just increase your have it directed towards Pacific conversations which school you know so it was good. I can't wait for Damn Z.. Science fiction done a couple of days already and And and it's great. I mean any Museum of Science Fiction is Definitely going to be close to my heart I'll tell you that but they do girl job way you walk in and you..
U.S. Marshals Found 39 Missing Children Through ‘Operation Not Forgotten’ In Atlanta, Macon
"Very quickly I just want to say thank you and commend again, the US marshals who just rest they just rescued thirty nine missing children in Georgia operation not forgotten. This is the US marshals again. You don't hear and see a lot about them. Nor does the media WANNA share a lot of what this administration is doing to rescue the vulnerable. Across not only. State lines, but international lines as well. But marshalls are doing a tremendous job and this was another great successful mission operation. Not. Forgotten. So, hats off to the US
"macon" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"I'd look ice cream and I don't agree all that well. But I don't go challenged out on a point ice cream. When I'm with somebody for a period of time like I'll that's a private event. Wake the whole process. She would come in my room and the like and then like a rose in a way, I don't know, man, dude, but she's so cute that it's like cute. It's not call you call door knob. That doesn't excuse the fact that cute doesn't excuse that behavior. I know That's the way she does it. It's even more annoying because she like no, she could get away with it, And it's a no. She's not getting away with it were railing her on the radio. Might my best friends. This is a cakewalk like we go stay somewhere. They want their own room so they can drop their own bombs. Always on bachelor. I don't know in the same house. I mean, I guess I just feel like my friends were listening to the story are very considerate. I have one that walks around naked all the time. I wouldn't bother me. It wouldn't bother me if she looks amazing, But if it was your friends do it. I don't know. Like she'll face time me and there's her badge and I'm like, What do you think she accidentally facetime me? Someone that you know, it's the other 10 yeah. I don't mind naked. I guess I don't know. I know I do. Yeah, Reference heard amazing. Like he's you know, like this. Can she smell her own farts? Well, I think it's probably not as bad to her, but she knows they're bad, like literally were in a group text right now, And I said, like anyone does anyone have intolerance is like that are new that I don't know about same planning. You know the food and she's like while cheese, but I'm still going to eat it. And then she said, an emoji of like this like power ranger like tooting, and then the cheese comes out like that. I like You're gonna get away with this anymore with me that prevents a grown person from eating food. Try me. She's 4 10 I'm going to get her. I'm going to hold up. I want to know what I want to know what she's doing to her boyfriend offset that. Toxicity coming out of her food. Some guys don't care about that could be like, Hey, I'm naked, Hottest girl ever walks in Macon, and I'd be like, Oh, that's you, And that's what I'm saying. About minutes And then it's back to big naked. Probably not from the sound of it. You'd still smell the road and something for another, however long Ah, she's not invited anything anymore. Okay, let me see a picture. Fifties and bottles and it's like getting in less time and 80 machines myself..
Leon Bass: Racism growing up in 1930s Philadelphia and in the Army during WWII
"Recalls the racial discrimination. He experienced as a child in Philadelphia. I went to the school. WHERE THEY! Always taught us. To Care and love each other, but also have love of country. We pledge allegiance to the flag every day, just like every other young person in the city of Philadelphia do. And we said with liberty and justice for all. Just like everyone else only to go out and find as we matured. That was not so as I found out when I went to the theater. When I bought my ticket I was directed to the balcony. It was mandated that I go there. Because I wasn't good enough to go down on the main floor. It's beginning to get a little in the site to the society and how the Society viewed me. A person of color. And we. Always went to the park. And I recall how I look through that wire fence at this large swimming pool. Which I knew, I could never use I would never be admitted. because. The society was saying loud and clear to me. That I wasn't good enough. Those are the kind of things to. Make. You feel bad. I finished school in Nineteen forty, three. I went out and I I volunteered. And when I went down to the induction center. Institutional racism smacked me right in the face. because. Sergeant was there and. He told me go one. When I went through the door, and he told my wife go another way, and so I went into an all black unit safer, the officers they will white. When you enlisted, you realize the military was segregated. You. Don't even think about those things until it hits you in the face. And of course, the thing that made it more real more painful was the fact that they send US south. They send us right into the heart of the place where people would. would. Be a confrontation. We went to camp. Wheeler Georgia for Infantry Basic Training And we spent quite a time in Mississippi right in camp McCain. We spent almost a year there. and. We went on maneuvers into Texas Louisiana. And we came back to little. Rock Arkansas. Now all these places I was given the message. of WHO and what I was as far as the society was concerned. And it was really frustrating to think that you have made a commitment to your country and yet your country is saying to you. All Right? You're okay, but only so far. I went into Macon Georgia. Attempted to get a drink of water while I was in their simple thing like a drink of water. Because, you walk around the town Ucla Fountain drink i. went to drink at. Someone grabbed me and say boy. You don't drink here. Pointed to the sign, which said White. And directed me to. Another sign was said colored. Where was another fountain and you of course in uniform at the time happened? Soldier like all the other lack soldiers we will all experiencing. This was ear perception, though that the black troops generally though. fully understood the fact that. While the rhetoric of the war against Nazi racism, and so forth will was fine. In practice, the country was doing something entirely different. It was as though you were just a fringed. Country had was to personalities Channel One way. We may make wonderful announcements. You know we we've talked about engineer. Christian ethics and We're going to make the world a better place for democracy and all that other jazz, but then when you cut down to a real thing and you start seeing the way they operate. Things we're not. And so I? Began to be an angry, frustrated, young black soldier. After my experiences. I really did not want to be. On A. Specially after. Having to stand on a bus. When there were no seats at the back, having to stand up for hundred miles and looking at empty seats. Didn't endear me. To to my country. Couldn't eat in a restaurant. Had to go around the back. Knock on the door to get food. And I'm in a uniform I. And I. Prisoners of war from Germany. Being allowed to go in a restaurant and sit down to eat, and I was not entitled to for the same opportunity. Are, unit less by way of Boston across the Atlantic to England. Across the channel to the Hawk France. And, then we moved up through France. And stopped outside of a small town alongside the road and weeded for the orders to come down. And it was into this. Environment that we began to understand what war is all about? The weather was terrible. been raining, sleeting and cold foggy. and. We had no idea what was going on at that time because no one had told us that. In one thousand, nine, hundred, forty, four around this Christmas season that the German in a desperate move, try to win. The war had. Sort of counter-attacked and found a soft spot in the lines and then pushed us back. And created a bulge, the battle of the ball, and so that's it we in the battle of the bulge and didn't know it at the time. And here we are moving up. In darkness. became my first experience with. With death! And dying. See Up to this time I had never seen. Anybody even shot wounded. But here I saw the bodies on the registration trucks. I saw the bodies of people that I knew. and. I remember another time I saw someone I didn't know. He happened to be white his. About my age, and he was on the ground in his eyes, were wide, open blue. You had blond hair, and his hands were frozen above and his body, because the weather was so cold, he had been alongside the room for a while, and I looked down into those eyes, and I realized that I could end up just like that. And that's been I begin to question my wisdom. For having. Joined the army. and. I wanted to know, why was there? What the heck am I doing here? When I can't get a drink of water. When I can't ride on a bus can't eat in a restaurant and here I am putting my life on the line fighting for rights and privileges that denied.
Voices from the Holocaust with Leon Bass
"Leon Bass was born in Philadelphia on January twenty. Third Nineteen, twenty, five, the fourth of six children. His parents were born in South Carolina in the eighteen nineties at the beginning of the Jim Crow era. Just after the first World War they joined the Great African American Migration North they settled in Philadelphia with the hope of making a better life for themselves and their children. As a young man during World War Two Leon volunteered to serve in the United States army. In, April, nineteen, forty, five, he, and four others from his unit arrived at the Humboldt, concentration camp in Weimar Germany just one day after it was liberated. Forty three years later on March Sixteenth Nineteen eighty-eight Leon is sitting in a studio in union new. Jersey. He's dressed in a plaid, Brown and based Sport Code. White Shirt and striped tie. He wears aviator, glasses and sports trim black moustache. Leon's interviewers are Bernard Weinstein and mark lender. Leeann recalls the racial discrimination. He experienced as a child in Philadelphia. I went to the school. WHERE THEY! Always taught us. To Care and love each other, but also have love of country. We pledge allegiance to the flag every day, just like every other young person in the city of Philadelphia do. And we said with liberty and justice for all. Just like everyone else only to go out and find as we matured. That was not so as I found out when I went to the theater. When I bought my ticket I was directed to the balcony. It was mandated that I go there. Because I wasn't good enough to go down on the main floor. It's beginning to get a little in the site to the society and how the Society viewed me. A person of color. And we. Always went to the park. And I recall how I look through that wire fence at this large swimming pool. Which I knew, I could never use I would never be admitted. because. The society was saying loud and clear to me. That I wasn't good enough. Those are the kind of things to. Make. You feel bad. I finished school in Nineteen forty, three. I went out and I I volunteered. And when I went down to the induction center. Institutional racism smacked me right in the face. because. Sergeant was there and. He told me go one. When I went through the door, and he told my wife go another way, and so I went into an all black unit safer, the officers they will white. When you enlisted, you realize the military was segregated. You. Don't even think about those things until it hits you in the face. And of course, the thing that made it more real more painful was the fact that they send US south. They send us right into the heart of the place where people would. would. Be a confrontation. We went to camp. Wheeler Georgia for Infantry Basic Training And we spent quite a time in Mississippi right in camp McCain. We spent almost a year there. and. We went on maneuvers into Texas Louisiana. And we came back to little. Rock Arkansas. Now all these places I was given the message. of WHO and what I was as far as the society was concerned. And it was really frustrating to think that you have made a commitment to your country and yet your country is saying to you. All Right? You're okay, but only so far. I went into Macon Georgia. Attempted to get a drink of water while I was in their simple thing like a drink of water. Because, you walk around the town Ucla Fountain drink i. went to drink at. Someone grabbed me and say boy. You don't drink here. Pointed to the sign, which said White. And directed me to. Another sign was said colored. Where was another fountain and you of course in uniform at the time happened? Soldier like all the other lack soldiers we will all experiencing. This was ear perception, though that the black troops generally though. fully understood the fact that. While the rhetoric of the war against Nazi racism, and so forth will was fine. In practice, the country was doing something entirely different. It was as though you were just a fringed. Country had was to personalities Channel One way. We may make wonderful announcements. You know we we've talked about engineer. Christian ethics and We're going to make the world a better place for democracy and all that other jazz, but then when you cut down to a real thing and you start seeing the way they operate. Things we're not. And so I? Began to be an angry, frustrated, young black soldier. After my experiences. I really did not want to be. On A. Specially after. Having to stand on a bus. When there were no seats at the back, having to stand up for hundred miles and looking at empty seats. Didn't endear me. To to my country. Couldn't eat in a restaurant. Had to go around the back. Knock on the door to get food. And I'm in a uniform I. And I. Prisoners of war from Germany. Being allowed to go in a restaurant and sit down to eat, and I was not entitled to for the same opportunity.
Little Richard, Founding Father of Rock Who Broke Musical Barriers, Dead at 87
"Little Richard died today at eighty seven his agent tells ABC news the rock pioneer was born Richard Penniman in Macon Georgia no word on the
"macon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In Macon Georgia during the Great Depression Little Richard got his start singing in local churches he got an early break as a teenager when gospel singer sister Rosetta Tharpe asked him to join her on stage at the Macon auditorium he later recalled that is the best thing that ever happened to him with songs like tutti frutti in long tall Sally Little Richard brought black music into the mainstream eventually selling more than thirty million records worldwide he was part of the first class of inductees to the rock and roll hall of fame with the likes of Elvis Presley Chuck Berry and Buddy Holly Little Richard's death was announced on his official Facebook page Saturday he was eighty seven for NPR news I'm Sam Whitehead in Atlanta this is NPR This Is WNYC in New York I'm lance lucky and as been hearing and W. NYC governor Cuomo says three children in the state have now died from a possible complication from the coronavirus involving swollen blood vessels and heart problems these children happen to have the covert antibodies or be positive for covert but those were not the symptoms they showed when they came in to the hospital system at least seventy three children in New York have been diagnosed with symptoms similar to Kawasaki disease a rare inflammatory condition and toxics shock syndrome Cuomo announced two more deaths today a day after discussing the death of a five year old boy in a New York City hospital there's no proof that the virus causes the central York city transit.
"macon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"That they don't frost if you could grow them all the way through the winter but they won't they just they can't handle a frost that will set them back so hard could even kill them so keeping that in mind yeah middle of September you can get them in and you could try them again in middle of February you can keep them covered if they come up a little bit but you those are the windows we do best with peas what about you I am is it too late to start making slips or should I try to buy some no you're good for Macon slips if you're if you're used to doing that I would start now because it takes let's say six weeks to get a good slip started we will normally see sweet potatoes show up in the nurseries around may so that is March April may that's usually a good time frame so yeah start your slips now if you want okay Okey Doke anything I should be starting mail from cedar if you wanted to and you were doing I'm inside you could probably start euro currency side okay I did okay yeah because that's another six weeks from now we're probably warm enough for that you could do anything particular specialty peppers you wanted that they don't have it to nursery you could start those now too but yeah ochre would probably be a good one to look at starting inside now okay all right well thank you thanks for the call yeah folks we have a break between peas and beans he's really have a hard time in our late spring when it warms up they get powdery and downy mildew really bad and you can bother spraying and things like that but they just kind of Peter out they don't do very well once we get into a little warmer and that's about to change over where you can go well instead of peas I'm going to do green beans for my southern peas like purple holes and cream peas and black eyed peas and pentose internals and all those other great beans that can grow in this area so we're in that window you can be getting a man now if you like the long being the orient being also known as yard long beans do very well in the heat of our summer so if you're looking for a summer green those are ones that can produce in our heat consistently through the summer so you may want to consider those folks were coming up on the bottom of the hour break for news this is gardening naturally give me a call at five one two eight three six zero five ninety we'll be right back in.
"macon" Discussed on X96
"And I boil the mall and then I just I I spent I don't know probably three hours what three and a half hours Macon you know that the man is in the onions and paprika you know all the accrued from mall and then by the time I was done I just really didn't feel like eating at the magic and I never did Brad so you know it's pretty good good weekend that's pretty awesome yeah I was it was fine the cellular phone cool cool cool cool radio from hell on Instagram Twitter and Facebook X. ninety six they do the yeah six.
"macon" Discussed on WTOP
"At Randolph Macon academy is our mission to inspire the rise within each to whether learning to lead an airforce junior ROTC or soaring through the skies and the optional flight program Randolph Macon students develop the confidence to create innovative solutions to life's challenges the rise to their potential because they are encouraged by our dedicated teachers care about them as individuals learn how Randolph Macon can help inspire the rise in your child and our open house on February seventeenth RSVP at RMA dot E. D. U. what do you think it means to be a guardian I think that being a guardian means that you love and care for them also accept someone who's always got your back rely on regardless my garden was always my mother my father my guardian is my teacher for over a hundred fifty years guardians told people look after what they love most because everyone deserves a guardian is a guardian life dot com to explore your options guardian is a registered trademark of the guardian life insurance company of America double click for kids contest is back in twenty twenty and we're giving away cash to eligible public and charter schools in the D. M. V. every year click for kids awards three prices five thousand dollars seventy five hundred dollars and ten thousand dollars to participating area schools learn how your principal or vice principal can nominate your school today WTOP dot com search kids nominations being accepted now through five PM Friday February twenty first five fifty eight traffic.
"macon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"People with low credit scores or something like that but the big ten but what they expressed frustration about at least in the concurring opinion is that the rule was then joined in its entirety I every single individual and they're saying it cannot be the case that every single aspect of this rule is in violation of the statute and because of that that challenge but try to make it completely invalid should be state including the injunction part of the test is whether they're likely to succeed on the merits so does this mean that those five justices are most likely going to allow the trump administration to go forward with this immigrant wealth test when it does come back to the court I one should make here I don't think they would have paid the rule if they thought there was something wrong with the rule but I think the complication with this public charge gate is that it is the sole broad that I think the rule is brought in the application of the broad that I think what the court really want to do it a rule like this is a fake part of it being perfectly reasonable you know somebody who's been living in public housing for the last thirty six months why are they a public charter they apply for a green card that might be a very reasonable thing to add as opposed to if somebody doesn't speak English why did that make them a public park and so what they're trying the year the litigated toward in Macon kind the plane than our economy about the classes of people being denied it rather than the entirety of the rule so I think they will uphold the entirety of the rule but that doesn't speak to be subpar after that are likely to form of types of people being denied under this rule so we've discussed before Leon how the Supreme Court is also allowing president trump to build his wall with funds that were diverted from the military now we have this does it seem to you as if the court is willing to let the trump administration take these leaps in immigration I think it's become evident when you look at the travel ban cave the a five okay the border wall cave and now the public charge Kate that the institutional litigation that is designed to stop the president from at least implementing it whole heartedly reformed on immigration it's not going to be welcomed by the Supreme Court.
"macon" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Macon's run alert for damaging wind gusts of sixty to seventy plus on the mile per hour scale obviously as far as flights could be potential delays at a D. I a what about travelers if you're driving over the eastern plains maybe I seventy six or I seventy or even I twenty five a close to Wyoming areas of blowing dust made limit your visibility Matt says much calmer conditions will be in store on Saturday seedot says expect delays tomorrow in the high country heavy holiday traffic and tough winter weather conditions could be rough so we anticipate extreme conditions on I. seventy for the peak traffic today as moderate head into the amount for the holiday weekend that we ask rotary delay travel on the ice out order or borrow less drivers are equipped with proper tired for winter travel is about seedot surlis stature says heavy holiday traffic is expected for most of the weekend our next update is coming up at ten I'm Danko shelling came away eight fifty AM in ninety four one FM the voice of Colorado traffic right now with Jericho I drive around the metro area right now we are accident free my syllabus going westbound boulder turnpike a right around take us a certainly nothing out of the ordinary also east bound to seventy on the eastbound I. seventy watch for some slowing due to construction it's also backing up by seventy just a touch I should be bothering you more than a minute or so everything else that was in good shape no problem two two five I I twenty five to the system looking good see for seventy some closures on cemex it's a university is one of them on the eastbound side certainly nothing too bad we also do have a little bit of slowing still on the eastbound side of I. seventy it is due to that continued a problem trying to get that semi out of the way so just be aware box thirty one pinpoint weather tonight cloudy and a low of twenty five tomorrow sunny and windy high fifty two currently it.
"macon" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Going to be about how so you can't give up on your rush I mean you may run past Russell you may find a little late because he's not really kind of scrambling to run the ball he will run the ball everyone's while but he's kind of scrambling because he knows receivers are going to get open so if you keep that rush going keep that house like Bosa does fallen underground get back of Macon sacks you can you can fall into some Sachs by just hustling because he's still going to be there looking for play down to feel like you're the only time he ever runs really anymore third downs and lately game ill run of thirty five there if he sees it he'll go and then he'll get down he's so good at not getting hit late in games throughout this entire season he will get all the he's he's got a ton a key third down and late in games to help them win game he may be the MVP of the league he's got twenty five touchdowns one pick that's what is accounted for this year it's a pretty nice little start for sure here week ten and if you're looking for what percentage Russell accounts of their offense try seventy six percent of their yards are directly attributable to to Russell Wilson so defending Russell Wilson today is going to be is a you know a huge monumental task for the forty Niners alright we got a lot to get to we got Monday Night Football here a lot of nice things that we'll get we'll get cover between now and kick off at two thirty met me because going to join us right around three thirty we'll check in with Greg Papa up in the broadcast booth will go to roughly four fifteen and then hand the reins to Greg and Tim no carrier right towards kick off tonight should be a perfect weather night for niner football now coming up next we're gonna take a time out and we're going to come back to talk about some of the new faces and some of the changes matters will not have their best special teams player the best defensive player or the best offense of player and they also have some key players returning will hit that next as we get ready for the Niners and Seahawks a Monday Night Football on the sports leader home.
"macon" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Jack in what's that make Macon Georgia great to have you hi rush to get my call how are you I'm doing well Sir thank you ready for the weekend but doing well either my my friend I am a long time listener third time caller I first looked at you in Richmond Virginia in the year of our lord nineteen hundred ninety four you there rush yeah I'm time is time is all about here yeah I got a thirty thirty five seconds I got one question never asked after the school shooting for mass shooting which is a poignant question is is this did they go to church were the parents of the take the kids to church the root of a lot of our kind of cultural decline is the speculation our society that start at sixty you know when you got out no wait wait wait wait wait one exception to this one major being time exception to this they don't mention if the if the purpose didn't go to church you're right but if the purpose did and still shot up people they will never let you forget Russia threatens to get my call how are you I'm doing well Sir thank you ready for the weekend but doing well either my my friend I am a long time listener third time caller I first listened to you.