16 Burst results for "Man Wheeler"

"man wheeler" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

GSMC Baseball Podcast

06:50 min | 5 months ago

"man wheeler" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

"And five themselves. They have a plus twenty two run differential but they did lose two out of three to the marlins over the weekend after losing three and a four to the mets so the cubs trip through the national league east did not treat them well over this past week the cincinnati reds in the saint. Louis cardinals both four games out at exactly five hundred. The reds are six and four in their last ten. The cardinals are four and six. But both of those squad certainly right in the middle of that conversation with the pirates in the basement at fourteen games out in the national league west giants remained in first place seven. Three in their last ten they took two out of three over the phillies over the weekend. The dodgers spec in second place. Eight to ten and winners of three straights. They took two out of three over the phillies after sweeping before sweeping the diamondbacks so they are six and one in their last seven and they will now travel to san diego for a nice series coming up here but the padres themselves. They've won four straight they. They had themselves a tough stretch there. They were one in seven series against the cubs. Mets and rockies but a four-game sweep against cincinnati. Put them on track before a late monday night. Matchup against the dodgers as they'll look to get back into this divisional race the rockies at thirty and forty three are in fourth place and then your last placed team arizona diamondbacks. They have lost seventeen straight games nine and thirty one on the road. Eleven and twenty two at home and seventeen straight losses. They are now five and forty in their last forty. Five games. Five and forty. Oh my god times that out by three. Gets you close to the one sixty two like a twenty wind pace for the season. Unbelievable how bad the diamondbacks have been. I certainly did not see them. Being the worst team in baseball by a wide margin here the orioles a few games ahead of them but my goodness. The diamond backs are bad. The national league playoff picture. We have san francisco as the one seed. We have the brewers cubs as the to the mets three. The brewers and cubs will the loser of that one would actually be out of the playoffs because the dodgers would be the one wild card in the padres have a better winning percentage than both those teams so the loser of that divisional match up would drop all the way out of the postseason so again some competition in the national league but it certainly looks like the best teams or the deepest conference. Is the american league transitioning now to some individual statistics where we add in regard to league leaders. Well when it comes to home runs vlad guerrero junior and shohei. Ohtani are tied at the top of the home. Run list with twenty three bombs so far this year otani had a couple of dinger's over the weekend to get him up to twenty three him with guerrero fernando tatis junior. He's only played in fifty five games but has twenty two home runs so shohei ohtani sixty seven games. Vlad guerrero junior seventy games so in fifteen less game status has only one less home run so his home runs per game is higher than those top two. And he's coming for that home run crown with matt olsen at first base. Who i talked about should be receiving more votes for the all star game at twenty home runs coming in at fourth place. So all of those guys just launched in the baseball evan themselves. A good year vlad guerrero junior also leads. The league in is with fifty nine raphael. Dever's right behind him with fifty seven shohei ohtani with fifty four. And then you have. Jose abreu in matt olsen rounding out the top five with fifty three piece. So can vlad guerrero junior win the triple crown. it's a heck of a lot closer than it looks because when you look at batting average nick castellanos jesse winkler are at the top of the list. Both of those guys are national league. Guys with castellano. Sit in three forty four. You have jesse winkler at three forty one and then tops in the american league. Michael brantley hitting three forty one so he just continues to be a professional hitter. People thought he may have been overpaid when he got that. Deal in. Houston this offseason. After his recent two year deal but he continues to show up the power. Numbers are down a bit form this year but at three forty one average shows that this guy knows how to hit and then in fourth place. You got vlad guerrero. Junior three thirty. Seven so tops. In home runs tied for tops and homerun stops in rb is and only a few percentage points down in average. The triple crown race may be on here. Are the watch down the stretch for vlad junior and then you have adam frazier in pittsburgh it in three twenty two. Who's leading the league in doubles. We got nick castellanos. And adam frazier each with twenty. Three ozzy albee's nolan air announced each with twenty one and then a handful of guys with twenty right behind that. so let's see here stolen basis. Who's at the top with mary. Field of kansas city has twenty ronald a kuna is kim nerf alexa for texas as fifteen sodas trade turner but with mary field. Five ahead of those guys when it comes to the top of that list. So you're oh. Ps leaders vlad guerrero. Junior tease jesse. Winkler ronaldo kunia shohei otani of course the guys with plenty of power numbers would be at the top of that list. So who's leading the league in era. Well of course jacob degrom. Where's it at now. it's that point. Five four through eleven starts over sixty seven innings. But who's behind him. You got kevin guzman out in san francisco. I mean this guy was doing what he was doing. What absolutely be a cy young favourite. He is eight and one one five one. Era in fourteen starts eighty nine innings. One hundred and three strikeouts opponents in one fifty seven. He has been absolutely electric at the top of that rotation for san francisco and the american league. Your leader is carlos roa don at one eight three. He is six two for the white sox in twelve games. And then you got. Trevor rogers for the marlins would drif for the brewer. So the top two american league. Era leaders are carlos throwdown of the white sox and then lance lynn of the white sox at two point zero to as he is seven and three in seventy five innings so far this year so the white sox again have a solid starting pitching rotation and things have certainly been going well for them as they are in first. Place your top innings producer. Zack wheeler the philadelphia phillies through fourteen. Starts he has ninety six and a third innings to a two point one five era. He's been the ace of the staff. There in philadelphia as aaron nolan has struggled man. Wheeler has certainly been underpaid since coming over for the mets trevor. Bauer at ninety five innings. Sandy outcome tara. Ninety three so those guys continuing to stay healthy and go deep into ballgames..

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"man wheeler" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:43 min | 11 months ago

"man wheeler" Discussed on WGN Radio

"What a nice move by Pete Nance at a nice finish with his left hand. A chance to get the cats within one at the free throw line. That's three on metric. You know, they took some solid contact on that was pretty strong play for people Finish that with his offhand and now look at the team filed totals, you know? Yeah, four. Side now that change quick. And want to hear from Pete dancing 87% free throw shooter to get the cats within one. He does nine for dance. Wildcats down 60 to 61 with 9 35 remaining back to man to man Wheeler. Hands it off Sessoms, whose check back rocking to now with it returns, assassins and now Wheeler on the left cop on it. Fired in jump hook. No goodbye, Hera rebound top dance leaves it for buoy to bring it up. Cats can regain the lead with just over nine minutes remaining. Do we wait. It's a screen from game goes the other way. Little floater in the lane back room. No good. Nance. The rebound out two games gave jump. Stop left to the key. Hands it back to dance. Hell. Leave it for booty cats reset here. 8 52 to go down by one. Boo boo in the mid court logo, Who'ii driving left to the late underhand scoop cop cop putting up a tough shot in the lane. No good. Inherit clears for Penn State Wheeler brings it the other way. That was a real tough shop. You Stop it now through traffic systems puts it up and banks at home. Speaking of tough shots that was over Nance and running with that was a bad cop. Got a little over anxious trying to finish it. 11 process him. 64 61. Penn State 18 remaining. There's cop pal on extended left puts up a jumper. Good Miller cop off the dribble the pull up jumper by cop in its 64 63. I like that one better because it went in. Yeah. There's Brockington cross cord feed for Hera. Hera wants to go to Jones. And does Jones on the drive feeds a behind the back pass to a cutting rocketed. He somehow saves it on. It goes on the baseline. Here's Wheeler, cut off by cop Accidental try again to drive puts it up. Miss the shop Rebound dance between two Nittany Lions. Had.

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"man wheeler" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"man wheeler" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The right wing above the three point line to Chire down the right edge of the lane, blocking foul called Montana right on the block on the right side of the floor. And that's on Kyle Owens, the guy that just take the foul shots. That's his first on the team six. Always gave it the good try. I mean, he fell backwards and slid some toe. Make it look like it was offensive. But no such luck. Tie Fagan back in hell, inbound The basketball right baseline for the dogs throws it. Into Wheeler catches it high with one hand turns around and shoots along two missed it off the rim rebound of Montana Grizzlies with the ball. Dogs in the man, the man Wheeler attacking the ball handler. They come this side now Parker, top of the key. It's Eddie Egan, who's back in Al Parker going to drive to the file on jump pass back above the three point line, and Egan swishes along three. It's his second of the ball game. And now look at that scores. 21 to 17 Dogs Force one up from the left baseline. Nowhere near Picked up by PJ Horn off the floor, and he scores on a short layover. I gotta say that was very timely. He just looked down this feet. There was the basketball. He picked it up. Just nobody around him. Late in Montana's players were over on the left side of the floor on that baseline. Other three by Egon, What's he got going on already? A career high freaking on threes here in the first half. That's his third. 23 to 20. Big lead is gone. Dogs Mrs shot with Kyra, We get an offensive rebound. Push it over the wheeler Long three won't go. Another offensive rebound Horn to Chire. Hi. What? Right wing over to Fagan left side of the floor. 13 on the shot clock for the dogs. We've gone cold. 23 to 20 is the lead blocking foul offensive foul called on Georgia and they got Wheeler. Illegal screen. That's two on severe It was 21 29. Just a little while ago about four minutes ago. Now it's 23 2 20. So, 1 11 to 2 run for the griz and looking for more here. They could tie it with a three After George, You got off to a 90 start to begin this contest. Owens straightaway. Three jumper in the circle are two brothers will not go. It's off the rim. And the dogs rebound that Miss Garcia's got it. Front court right on the baseline spins towards the block puts up the shot. It's blocked by Montana and taken away by the Grizzlies. He was working against the 16 Steadman, who got the better of him defensively. Attacking, leaning lay and no Goodbye, Cameron Parker missed it. Point blank dogs rebounded. Run Garcia to the rack. No good. Offensive rebound. Garcia from the other side, he'll score this time with the ladies well into money. Helped him out balls had a lot of bounds. He tapped it right back into him. Gave him a second chance. We needed that 25 to 20. Dogs. Lead is five Grizzlies with the ball with near five minutes to go in the half. The whistle will stop the clock because Montana is called for traveling. Grizzlies with a turnover. 505 remaining in half number one. Georgia's lead is five points 25 to 20 will throw it in. In the back court tomorrow to Wheeler's on the floor. Still, with two fouls, Wheeler spends a little bit out of control shoots misses the rim got the backboard rebound goes down to Camara. The shot clock reset, but I don't think it should have because we didn't get the real didn't I never hit the rail. He continued to play and Montana has the basketball after we missed the second shot was eyeball on the shot clock like that didn't reach Shouldn't have reset 4 35 to go first half Grizzlies with the ball. Owens will spot up on the left baseline over Garcia knocked down a 12 footer. Good from the left side. Good little left handed jumper That guy's got. It's 25 to 22 3 point lead for the dogs. For 18 to go first half Wheeler dribble slowly to the right. Top of the key ball goes to Camara. He sends it to faking. It comes back to the near side tire. He's not defended tightly, so he'll shoot a three and knock it down. Just entire with a scanner Energy three. That was just what the doctor ordered right there. He's got seven in the game and is Georgia's leading score. It's 28 22 dogs. Way. Got a substitution here. Michael Starks will check in to get Wheeler out with his two fouls. Starts might just very well play these last four minutes and two seconds. Way shall see. We'll have another dead ball time out coming up here shortly. 28 20 to Georgia by six dogs in 2 to 3 Zone Extend the defense starts. I don't Parker Now we double parking. It's the ball to Bannon at the free throw line. The big guy drives any charges he took tomorrow. Under the basket is he tried to drive and lean in and score on a layup but called for a charge instead. And that will get us into the time out is Josh Bannon picks up the foul for Montana? 28 22 With 3 44 remaining first half in Athens Dogs lead by six on the Bulldogs Sports Network. 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"man wheeler" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"man wheeler" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The pandemic has crippled the airline industry but airports have started to see more travelers in the last few days correspondent Pete Muntean says he hasn't seen such numbers since the beginning of April high ranking house Democrats say there is inconsistency and uncertainty in airline policies and one federal agencies to act in a statement to CNN the FAA says its authority lies in safe operation of aircraft and that it is lending aviation expertise to help officials and airlines airline workers want more intervention well the largest pilots union this week said over three hundred of its members had tested positive for covert nineteen and three had died of the disease U. S. what Televisi are nearing eighty eight thousand five hundred worldwide deaths have now topped three hundred eleven thousand and now coronaviruses starting the threat break out in nations that have not reported cases the pandemic has devastated communities across the U. S. correspondent zero side to reports that includes America's largest native American tribes the Navajo Nation the vast beauty of this place mass three extreme difficulties they're having with covert nineteen it turns out they're being hit really hard here even though people are spread across twenty seven thousand square miles of space they have one of the highest infection rates per capita comedic actor Fred Willard has died at the age of eighty six here's a clip from the film anchorman featuring Willard yes yes Chris listen to me put down the gun and let the marching band goal will play it off as a prank well straightened out later I'm getting another call well actors who worked with him or call him a sweet wonderful man Wheeler got a late in life boost from ABC's Jimmy Kimmel live.

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"man wheeler" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"man wheeler" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"man wheeler" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"man wheeler" Discussed on KGO 810

"The Cisco San Jose special report coronavirus update I'm Evan handing the pandemic has crippled the airline industry but airports have started to see more travelers in the last few days correspondent Pete Muntean says he hasn't seen such numbers since the beginning of April high ranking house Democrats say there is inconsistency and uncertainty in airline policies and one federal agencies to act in a statement to CNN the FAA says its authority lies in safe operation of aircraft and that it is lending aviation expertise to help officials and airlines airline workers want more intervention well the largest pilots union this week said over three hundred of its members had tested positive for covert nineteen and three had died of the disease U. S. metallic easier are nearing eighty eight thousand five hundred worldwide deaths have now topped three hundred eleven thousand and now coronaviruses starting the threat break out in nations that have not reported cases the pandemic has devastated communities across the U. S. correspondent zero side to reports that includes America's largest native American tribes the Navajo Nation the vast beauty of this place massively extreme difficulties they're having with covert nineteen it turns out they're being hit really hard here even though people are spread across twenty seven thousand square miles of space they have one of the highest infection rates per capita comedic actor Fred Willard has died at the age of eighty six here's a clip from the film anchorman featuring Willard yes yes Chris listen to me put down the gun and let the marching band go we'll play it off as a prank well straightened out later I'm getting another call well actors who worked with him or call him a sweet wonderful man Wheeler got a late in life boost from ABC's Jimmy.

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"man wheeler" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"man wheeler" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Cumulus stations news now special report coronavirus update on Evan handing Dimmick has crippled the airline industry but airports have started to see more travelers in the last few days correspondent Pete Muntean says he hasn't seen such numbers since the beginning of April high ranking house Democrats say there is inconsistency and uncertainty in airline policies and one federal agencies to act in a statement to CNN the FAA says its authority lies in the safe operation of aircraft and that it is lending aviation expertise to help the visuals and airlines airline workers want more intervention well the largest pilots union this week said over three hundred of its members had tested positive for covert nineteen and three had died of the disease U. S. for Televisi are nearing eighty eight thousand five hundred worldwide deaths have now topped three hundred eleven thousand and now coronaviruses starting the threat break out in nations that have not reported cases the pandemic has devastated communities across the U. S. correspondent zero side to reports that includes America's largest native American tribes the Navajo Nation the vast beauty of this place massively extreme difficulties they're having with covert nineteen it turns out they're being hit really hard here even though people are spread across twenty seven thousand square miles of space they have one of the highest infection rates per capita comedic actor Fred Willard has died at the age of eighty six here's a clip from the film anchorman featuring Willard yes yes Chris listen to me put down the gun and let the marching band goal will play it off as a prank well straightened out later I'm getting another call well actors who worked with him or call him a sweet wonderful man Wheeler got a late in life boost from ABC's Jimmy Kimmel.

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"man wheeler" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"man wheeler" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Special report coronavirus update I'm Evan handing the pandemic has crippled the airline industry but airports have started to see more travelers in the last few days correspondent Pete Muntean says he hasn't seen such numbers since the beginning of April high ranking house Democrats say there is inconsistency and uncertainty in airline policies and one federal agencies to act in a statement to CNN the FAA says its authority lies in the safe operation of aircraft and that it is landing aviation expertise to help officials and airlines airline workers want more intervention well the largest pilots union this week said over three hundred of its members had tested positive for covert nineteen and three had died of the disease U. S. hotel with these are nearing eighty eight thousand five hundred worldwide deaths have now topped three hundred eleven thousand and now coronaviruses starting the threat break out in nations that have not reported cases the pandemic has devastated communities across the U. S. correspondent zero side to reports that includes America's largest native American tribes the Navajo Nation the vast beauty of this place massively extreme difficulties they're having with covert nineteen it turns out they're being hit really hard here even though people are spread across twenty seven thousand square miles of space they have one of the highest infection rates per capita comedic actor Fred Willard has died at the age of eighty six here's a clip from the film anchorman featuring Willard yes yes Chris listen to me put down the gun and let the marching band goal will play it off as a prank well straightened out later I'm getting another call well actors who worked with him or call him sweet wonderful man Wheeler got a late in life boost from ABC's Jimmy Kimmel.

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"man wheeler" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"man wheeler" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"I'm Evan handing the pandemic has crippled the airline industry but airports have started to see more travelers in the last few days correspondent Pete Muntean says he hasn't seen such numbers since the beginning of April high ranking house Democrats say there is inconsistency and uncertainty in airline policies and one federal agencies to act in a statement to CNN the FAA says its authority lies in safe operation of aircraft and that it is landing aviation expertise to help officials and airlines airline workers want more intervention well the largest pilots union this week said over three hundred of its members had tested positive for covert nineteen and three had died of the disease U. S. for Televisi are nearing eighty eight thousand five hundred worldwide deaths have now topped three hundred eleven thousand and now coronaviruses starting the threat break out in nations that have not reported cases the pandemic has devastated communities across the U. S. correspondent zero side to reports that includes America's largest native American tribes the Navajo Nation the vast beauty of this place massively extreme difficulties they're having with covert nineteen it turns out they're being hit really hard here even though people are spread across twenty seven thousand square miles of space they have one of the highest infection rates per capita comedic actor Fred Willard has died at the age of eighty six here's a clip from the film anchorman featuring Willard yes yes Chris listen to me put down the gun and let the marching band goal will play it off as a prank well straightened out later I'm getting another call well actors who worked with him or call him a sweet wonderful man Wheeler got a late in life boost from ABC's Jimmy Kimmel live.

Evan Pete Muntean CNN FAA Televisi America Fred Willard Chris Wheeler ABC Jimmy Kimmel
"man wheeler" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"man wheeler" Discussed on WJR 760

"Coronavirus update I'm Evan handing the pandemic has crippled the airline industry but airports have started to see more travelers in the last few days correspondent Pete Muntean says he hasn't seen such numbers since the beginning of April high ranking house Democrats say there is inconsistency and uncertainty in airline policies and one federal agencies to act in a statement to CNN the FAA says its authority lies in the safe operation of aircraft and that it is lending aviation expertise to help officials and airlines airline workers want more intervention well the largest pilots union this week said over three hundred of its members had tested positive for covert nineteen and three had died of the disease U. S. what Televisi are nearing eighty eight thousand five hundred worldwide deaths have now topped three hundred eleven thousand and now coronaviruses starting the threat break out in nations that have not reported cases the pandemic has devastated communities across the U. S. correspondent zero side to reports that includes America's largest native American tribes the Navajo Nation the vast beauty of this place mass three extreme difficulties they're having with covert nineteen it turns out they're being hit really hard here even though people are spread across twenty seven thousand square miles of space they have one of the highest infection rates per capita comedic actor Fred Willard has died at the age of eighty six here's a clip from the film anchorman featuring Willard yes yes Chris listen to me put down the gun and let the marching band goal will play it off as a prank well straightened out later I'm getting another call well actors who worked with him or call him a sweet wonderful man Wheeler got a late in life boost from ABC's Jimmy.

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"man wheeler" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"man wheeler" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Listeners of KQED public radio it's six twenty one this is the national conversation with All Things Considered I'm ari Shapiro the unemployment rate in America today is that nearly fifteen percent the worst number since the Great Depression more than thirty three million Americans have lost their jobs because of the pandemic retailers are filing for bankruptcy Congress is considering a fifth economic relief package you've asked us a lot of questions about unemployment the relief packages and the state of the economy and joining us to answer them as NPR economics correspondent Jim zarroli good to have you back with us Jim hi ari before we dive into the listener questions help put this in perspective for us at first it felt like it was travel and hospitality and then retail and now it just seems like the entire economy is being swallowed up in this world pool everything I mean we you know we're expecting a bad jobs number and we got it we we've never really seen this kind of wholesale sudden collapse in the job market I'm just more than twenty million jobs lost in one month if there was a silver lining it was that more than eighteen million people expect to be called back to work so if that happens we will be able to repair some of the damage that's been done to the economy but for now we've just seen this unprecedented rise in unemployment each of those thirty three million people has a story and we're gonna hear one of them right now Christine Russell is on the line with us from Tennessee she owns white pavilion clothing and she makes a living as a custom vendor at renaissance fairs miss Russell good to have you with us thanks for joining us thank you very much okay so these festivals for the spring and summer this renaissance fairs where you make a living are not happening for at least this season how is that affecting your bottom line right now well my bottom line it's kind of a crater with the daylight pretty far overhead so you know just doing what I can to hang on you know keep the business afloat until we can get back in business do you have a forecast for how long you can hang on no I really don't I mean none of us have ever been here before and I don't know what to expect you know because fares provide the huge bulk of my income and so I've never tried to really make it without that and you know there's so many others in the same boat and so it's hard you can't really go to someone and say well what did you do about this because nobody's ever been here before like I said it is right now yeah are you trying anything creative to get income in a way that you might not have before I mean whether it's online sales or something else well it had a website for years and every little bit of income were very resourceful community of course make full use of things like Facebook and we started working more that way of finding ways to market each other online and so we got sales there but as I say it can't replace if they're not by not by any stretch of the imagination yes what we have done is really on the line with us our economics correspondent I'm do you have any questions for him that he might be able to help answer thank you are you ready ready yep okay thank you one of the problems that many of us have it is that we're self employed and we do not have employees so most of the relief packages you know like the PDP and the ideal are designed as vehicles to pass money through employers to employees but if you have no employees there's really nothing but the pandemic unemployment assistance and that is willing to your state unemployment and in my case for the state of Tennessee only gives me a hundred and twenty a week and that goes away including the six hundred dollars if I make a a commission of a hundred twenty dollars and twenty five cents well if I get a little bit over that one hundred twenty dollars it's going to cost me seven hundred and twenty dollars yeah since so Jim say well I don't I I talked to the Tennessee department of labor and workforce development and and it is true you are limited to one hundred I believe a hundred twenty five dollars a week right now that's the initial amount that you're gonna get they will calculate your benefits and you will get more presumably up total of ten I think two hundred seventy five dollars if you make more than that yeah you lose your benefits and I was told by that the Tennessee government that you lose access to the six hundred dollars as well in in any of the other relief packages from the FDA none of those are really tail tailored for us either I mean you know people who are self employed or if they're used to you know making do and falling through the cracks but in this case I mean there are no lifeboats rustic financier and there's a lot of pain out there in our community I can tell you that for sure I wish we had a better answer for you Christine I'm I'm I'm sorry to hear about your situation and I appreciate you sharing your story with us I hope you can get back out there soon thank you very much and if you have a question for NPR's economics correspondent Jim zarroli about the unemployment situation in the relief packages send them to us at NPR dot org slash national conversation on Twitter you can use the hashtag and P. our conversation Jim we got this question from manning Wheeler Oregon who received a twelve hundred dollar payment from the cares act and she writes I heard that this rebate is an advance on my refundable tax credit against twenty twenty taxes does this mean the government will deduct twelve hundred dollars for my tax return Jim that would be worrisome is that the case yes yeah but I've heard that question a lot there seems to be a lot of confusion about this what they call the stimulus payment which is also called the economic in impact payment does not count toward your gross income and it is not taxed so they will not take it out of your refund later it will not be added to your bill that's some good news all right how bout this question from Michael in Naples Florida who writes I was furloughed from my employer for the past two weeks but now I'm back to work thanks to the P. P. P. P. P. P. that's the payment protection program well I probably applied unemployment my current status with the unemployment office remains pending well getting back to work so quickly affect my employment application Jim what can you tell Michael about his eligibility for those crimes well first the state is probably going to find out that he's working and pretty quickly and stop payments but you know he's asking about the two week period when he wasn't working I've talked with Stephanie Bornstein who teaches law at the university of Florida and she says until recently there was a one week delay in getting benefits of him the only would have got been paid for the second week governor of Florida has changed that since he's mostly paid now for both weeks that he was unemployed now I don't know when he will actually get the money because Lara has been really slow to process claims but he is supposed to get it okay here's another lesson with a question about unemployment this is even in Texas I had quite a few through hike a long distance backpacking trail this year roughly six months I quit my job in March several months notice but I can point you no longer go through due to the pandemic am I eligible for unemployment so he quit his job planning to go on the six month hike you can't go on a six month high because of the pandemic can he file for unemployment yeah that sounds like it would have been a nice hike unfortunately if you quit your job voluntarily you cannot get unemployment insurance you have you have to have been laid off or fired now under the cares act there are some exceptions for instance if you're taking care of a child and you cannot work or if for some other reason connected to the virus you cannot work in that case you might qualify for federal benefits but probably not that is NPR economics correspondent Jim zarroli Jim thank you for answering these.

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"man wheeler" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"man wheeler" Discussed on WTOP

"The pain of being unemployed is been intensified by a broken online portal to file for claims in Maryland well now the state says the system is fixed to Maryland department of labor is dealt with a record number of unemployment claims caused by the corona virus outbreak and when the agency set up an online portal users complained they experienced hours long delays Wednesday governor Larry Hogan said this so the unemployment site has been completely fixed for at least ten days he said he understood the frustration of those filing for unemployment but he insisted that while other states were still struggling to create systems ours is now completely fixed in functioning very well no wait times WTOP has heard from one claim into said weeks ago he waited three and a half hours to do a weekly check in but on Monday the check in took just five minutes however there are still complains the Maryland department of labor's own Facebook page had one hundred fifty seven comments Wednesday night many complaints from people who said they were still struggling to get their claims processed had been waiting for weeks for payment or couldn't get a response to questions about the status of their claims tape Brian WTOP news Virginia's governor has said that northern Virginia may need to keep tighter restrictions than other parts of the state as it begins re opening but some local leaders say they want to be more involved in that decision making shares of Fairfax Loudoun and prince William counties boards of super jurors sent a note to governor Ralph Northam they'd like to be both briefed and consulted before the governor makes decisions about re opening Jeff McKay of Fairfax Phyllis Randall of Loudon and man Wheeler of prince William say their counties have forty percent of the state's confirmed Colbert cases they say northern Virginia has unique needs and they'd like a weekly phone calls with the governor's office is aware of their specific challenges including testing P. P. E. racial disparities and how tears act funds are being distributed meal log consisting WTOP news it looks like distance learning is here to stay for the rest of the school year so how our school systems adapting internal county says the fourth quarter will be graded in one of two ways students will either get a satisfactory grade worth one letter better than their third quarter grade was where they'll get no grade which won't hurt their GPA at all prince George's county says it'll release more details soon but for now distance learning runs until June sixteenth in the grab and go meals program will also continue it's estimated about half a million of those meals have been served so far Montgomery County also vowing to have more information soon about its plans for prince William county is already coming up with a new graduation strategy seniors can expect to walk the stage in August to get their diplomas John Dorman WTOP news when Maryland lawmakers passed a massive education reform bill two months ago they believed it was the start of something good but the current plan is already in jeopardy just as corona virus entered local life lawmakers in Annapolis pushed through a mammoth plan for education equity perhaps no one knew how greatly one could affect the other the current plan cost thirty three billion dollars over ten years and another four billion dollars a year after that while advocates consider it crucial to the state's long term well being others blanch at the jeep expense especially as the virus spread and quickly blades state revenue comptroller Peter Franchot tells The Washington Post everything has changed he's never supported the overhaul neither has governor Larry Hogan and while a veto from Hogan would be useless the plant's own wording they work against it if tax revenue falls by seven percent the reforms are dead and Maryland's current loss projection is more than double that Hilary Howard at WTOP news it's ten oh seven even during challenging times like we are facing today families are dealing with decisions that can affect the well being of someone they love older parents or family members wanting to stay safely.

"man wheeler" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

09:53 min | 2 years ago

"man wheeler" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Way to provide a seamless mortgage experience Jim off this week as you know I'm filling in today and tomorrow was here yesterday as well it's great to be here law it's and I say this a lot but I I mean it it is a an absolute thrill and honor to be doing this would love to hear from you one eight hundred six three six eight six eight six Romeo and have a tech dot com Jim on Twitter at Jim Rome Jim Rome dot com I'm on their sports writers boards are E. I. T. arch my last name we're going to visit with treize paler and chipper Jones and Warren moon over the next few hours and in just a moment here we're gonna we're gonna talk to my buddy rob Dibble hits a Major League Baseball that's due out two beds that are out there that are not looking particularly glum looking better than the other I aboard so not much about like twenty Bucks down Smallman money on the red Sox win the N. A. L. pendant three weeks ago and I was in Vegas doing doing my show that I do in the evening six at ten eastern here on CBS sports radio and I got them at ten or eleven to one and they probably lost eight games in a row feels like that season is over feels like that season is over Molesey MI Kobe so we'll see whether Dennis you know things a either teams have a a chance or hope for prayer rob Dibble my friend what's out what's going on man how are you bill I'm living I'm doing great do now just say and I I was one of these guys who was convinced the red Sox we're going to figure it out turn around get in the wild card who knows what happens if they road Salem that game it is it is it too early can we pronounce their season officially over yet now mathematically they're still twenty team that have a lot of whole wild division winners sold the red Sox this stop but into baseball you know people don't know Raphael Devers did admin MPTP then lead them at least I think that the major league then add but JD Martinez Mookie Betts the you know all those guys and boards all have a great years the pitching staff just doesn't have haven't pulled their weight and a lot of it has to do with the both band and my biggest thing is but all they've never define the role of anybody in that book and the entire tea that and to come to work every day and be like I have the seventh inning tonight to have the night during the night I mean work minute Barnes and all the other guy so you know that's something that they should nail down months ago and they still even the other night I don't know when they took the leader who is going to close the game out so for me I watch everyone of their games every Yankee Matt Graham and you know those teams have defined roles and they're doing much better rob Dibble here on the show did Chris sale his velocity was down early in the year for she starts back feels like it's backwards supposed to be but he's not look sharp do you have any sense of whether you think he's hurt and as I ask that question your visit as a meeting we ask that question a lot when when you're playing how common was it for guys to be gotten through scenarios injury situations where they knew they couldn't play as well as they as they wanted to but that was just the way it was Walker pictures every day every day you didn't feel right every day your arm was store your leg was store your new you would store you know your neck might you might get up but you got to figure it out and he's got four out of five days to try to figure it out maybe he's thrown in between starts maybe he should stop maybe not thrown in because I don't know because I'm not there but you know you know just because something works one year doesn't mean it's going to be perfect the next year look in Berlin a few years ago he struggled for a couple of days and don't have the numbers and then all of a sudden when it all came back together the last three four years he's been on edible so I I think it's more a question of it's not just Chris or sell always been rough all year yet David place at a couple of great minds that he's had a couple of bad outing you know it's just everybody is that having career years and because you're the world chess I think you have to bring your a game every every day and every team in that division whether it's the blue jays weather's Baltimore that down in a bad year but they still they go out they play hard Tampa bay's having another fantastic year and half the pay roll order the pay roll back the Yankees and red Sox spent you you can't you can't really look at one or two guys a lot of guys feel like crap every day at this point that these and and a lot of other teams are going to injury look at the Astros all year the Dodgers all year and they're still play well together rob Dibble here on the show I did some a big believer in doing this job in the other jobs that I have that when I'm wrong I just gonna own it you know not pretender ignore it I I mocked the mats for the Stroman deal and I was way off because they just keep winning baseball games what do you can you just tell you watch all the Mets games what do you make of this round there on why aren't you know what I learned the violin at the pitching coach but he didn't think the music thing he depicted within the garden Wheeler and the Stroman deal I always loved and that's why one of the Yankees or the red Sox or anybody to get him in the head strong kid he the Duke abdicated cared we came in there and he was like the the the not the knowledge but he was kinda like the rallying point for that email a lot of young players make meals young allowed those young you know so somebody's younger players needed more leadership the ground that you know you don't have that many years in the major leagues and the guard some of the data having leadership is huge they bought in the bill rate would be eighty two eighty three years old I'm sure that the young guy that never heard of a more like what is this guy going to teach me then they listened then I actually saw some sick is that and now they're all like on the same page and it's exciting to watch these guys are are one and a half games back of the final wild card spot and I know St Louis MO walk in there's some good team with the cubs fall out of the out of their divisional Lee they'll build swap places with with with St Louis or Milwaukee are you buying on whatever today is August seventh or eighth wherever we are you buying the Mets as a playoff team absolutely absolutely I can start just with the rotation and yet the crime standing guard stroll man Wheeler I could put them up against cranky it you know call in Berlin and expect to win because that's you should be expecting a when you arrive at a conversation many died your hired and and paid every year to win a championship you're not going out there for personal glory you're not going out there to winstar young your job is to figure out how to win night in and night out when they swept that double header and Alonzo is that a home run that she'll be a lot more character than I thought the entire year that you could be tracking it out the second game a lot of times you split double double headers because you're tired that signal they had all the right they needed to win that second get that's the kind of start the Yankees have been doing all year Dodgers throws you know comes to some extent brewers eat the good genes when when you feel your worst you still quite a way to win hello with that rotation they need to play better defense that was great defense all year they need better pace running but those are cultural thing I put that on the coach that's not the players if they buy into a guy we need to be better defensively we need to be better out there you know on the base fat and stuff like that I think that that you know all about the closures have to do their job and they have a shot to get to the wild card did you brought up in the idea of someone come in and I was thinking I know Greg in pitch great last night but I got the win I was thinking about what you referenced yesterday just sort of pondering how overlander goes to Houston from Detroit and goes should be an email serviceable fine to to a a site on the word can every single year whether it's cranking out used in the lander example the fact that you've got these guys now in New York City with trauma coming in the mix how much of a of a lift is it for pitchers to be surrounded by other guys that they're not just teammates with but that does that competitive thing when you watch a guy go out there and be great does it doesn't make the difference is it impact accounted pitcher when he's around other town the pitchers and what is rolling in Berliners stand probably going to another number one when I go out there meeting the other so he thought it better that way thanks so usually I don't want to take that guy out and at the tone for the rest of the series if they lost a couple of years you've got to be the closer you get about the losing streak started winning streak he also was on all thirteen that's one of the best teams in baseball for all he knows defensively off but they had been you know it it's a win win win situation as long as I do my job and he's been fantastic same thing your call you go from Pittsburgh the Astros you're going from okay a good team great rob Dibble here on on that you know when when you look at the red Sox to the Dodgers those are all star team so when you get on that team it should motivate you to go out there and do your bad deeds rob Dibble here on the Jim Rome show with with with bill right that's me filling in Jon Lester got destroyed yesterday give ten earned runs I stop keeping track as a cubs fan is that just a bad outing or is that a reason for cubs fans to start being concerned in in a pretty competitive division now I never concerned when a guy gets hammered to this just one bad start if it's three or four in a row then I start to panic because then I'm looking at it is it is breaking stop fighting or is just flat ours change jobs really going down or they get there in the hitting zone are they get more the bottom of the ball than the top of the ball.

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"man wheeler" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"man wheeler" Discussed on WSB-AM

"To forty four. Smilin' Mark McKay WSB. This portion of land is wanting us sponsored by north Georgia replacement windows, six thirty two here's MARCY Williams. Judd Hickinbotham county police search for a second vehicle volunteer possible street race that ended with the death of two fathers WSB's Michelle Wright reports live at thorny say the men were innocent victims James Wheeler and Douglas, Patrick Duff were riding along Bates wrote in Cobb County Sunday afternoon, they turned out to Floyd road and unintentionally into the path of a speeding red 0 driven by nineteen year old George Camby that 0 slamming into the Toyota Yaris Wheeler was driving which sent that car flipping over an into a tree killing both men. Wheeler sister tells channel two action news you see this road. There was no reason for anybody to be going that fast. Here can't be who also had a child in his car is facing charges. Police also searching for a second field goal, which may have been involved in that possible street race reporting live Michelle Wright, WSB VA investigates to veteran suicides and Georgia over the weekend. One death was reported outside the Atlanta. The center indicator another occurred in the parking garage at the Carl Vinson medical center in Dublin VA's been criticized for its handling events physical and mental health in recent years. It says suicide prevention is its highest priority. WSB news time six thirty three and apparent ISIS. Sympathizer is charged with stealing a u haul van in order to plow it into a crowd of people in Maryland documents described Rondell Henry is harboring hatred for disbelievers and looking to emulate Islamic state militants. He saw on videos beheading people and fighting overseas. Ed Donahue reports Henry said he chose national harbor but didn't carry out the attack because the crowd was too small. So far, he's charged with driving a stolen vehicle across state lines. ESPN news time six thirty three attorney general William bar can expect plenty of questions about the Russia investigation. When he appears today on Capitol Hill. I'm Jamie Dupree in Washington, while attorney general bar doesn't mention the Muller report in his opening statement on the Justice department budget. It seems likely the issue will come up at some point this morning. We'll be to provide as much transparency as I can consistent with the law. Heart told lawmakers two weeks ago, the redacted version of the Muller report would be half by mid April. Jamie also reports the top Republican on the House Judiciary committee's propose special counsel. Robert Muller testified the week after Easter, but some Democrats questioned why wants it while lawmakers are on recess. You can read more on Jaime's blog at wsbradiOcom, a federal judge in San Francisco blocks, the Trump administration's policy of sending asylum seekers back to Mexico, while their cases being considered asking for the hold while they're lawsuits moved to the courts. Civil liberties groups argued the policy violates US law by failing to adequately evaluate the dangers that migrants face in Mexico. The policy went into effect January quarterback Rossio says the judge's ruling is on hold until Friday to give the administration a chance to appeal as the number of confirmed measles cases hits a five-year. High lawmakers take up the debate on vaccinations, while federal officials are urging parents to make sure their children.

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"man wheeler" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:57 min | 2 years ago

"man wheeler" Discussed on KOMO

"Way through the state legislature would require presidential candidates to disclose their tax returns before appearing on washington ballots komo's charlie harger explained president trump famously promised to release his tax returns but said he couldn't that doesn't fly with some democratic state lawmakers when you go into public office people have a right to know some you know enough about you to to know whether or not they want to be able to vote for you and if you've got conflicts of interest they have a right to know that out of the gate but representatives from republican secretary of state kim wyman office say such a move would face legal challenges and it may not be constitutional state houses now considering the measure charlie harger komo news washington state rep madman well or has seldom wrongful termination lawsuit against his former employer central washington university for one hundred fifty five thousand dollars men weller had initially sought more than two million dollars in damages the northwest's news network says the settlement was filed in kittitas county superior court last week according to the stipulated judgment and order to pay c._w. did not admit any liability will not pay man wheelers attorney's fees what's the carbon footprint of jane's lee's trip to washington d._c. and what about the expensive security detail komo's corwin hake reports those are some of the questions is lee faced a member of his own state's congressional delegation a hearing before the house environmental subcommittee spokane republican cathy mcmorris rogers challenges ins lease green credentials i just wanted to start out by asking you how you traveled here and what the carbon footprint was associated with that travel inslee fires back i travel here the same way that everybody on this committee travel here which is on a jet airplane and we're now developing biofuels in my state something we should be proud of it washington state university and alaska airlines rogers changes the subject moving onto injuries beefed up travel schedule and security detail as a presidential candidate plan to reimburse the taxpayers of washington state for these expenses at your incurring on non-official business and do you plan to offset the carbon emissions associated with that nonofficial travel so we plan to follow the current law and that's what we'll be doing inslee is running for the democratic nomination on a green economy platform corwin hake komo news there are a lot of upset people speaking about seattle's bicycle master plan patrick taylor tells the city council sustainability and transportation committee he's concerned about a pattern for the mayor's administration of delaying or eliminating plans that are challenging or controversial and then when i look at implementation plan many of the most important projects is listed as risky which within the administration does not seem to have the gumption or vision to follow through on projects approved challenging mardi oppenheimer's has many in his neighborhood are against parking protected bike lanes on willson avenue south project will eliminate parking on one side of the street which will force are many seniors disabled and families with small children to park on one side and cross a busy street to their homes on the other side that sets up a dangerous situation there was no vote on the current plan which is still being updated hanford the largest cleanup site in the country is facing potential cuts in president trump's proposed budget dawson has more from the tri-city hampered contractors say it will take about three point three billion dollars.

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"man wheeler" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"man wheeler" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"And stepped out of bounds himself while touching the basketball. Minnesota forces turnover. So trying to pick up the defensive intensity because then state is getting into the paint a six point Nittany lion lied Penn State still in the zone. Moc pressure almost than they drop back into a man to man double high screener role. Now Murphy gets back on the right side. High low tries to go inside, but the past low enough Tamari Wheeler able to get a hand on it as he was fronting the seven foot big man Wheeler along the right wing running now holds up the dribble gives it to Josh Reeves the trailer left off the window. No, Eric at the rebound. It comes down to Motte Stockman. Four Minnesota thing about Wheeler, easy guy. This may be short and statue, very long. Amir Coffey gets the switch on John here. Now back to mcbrayer picked up by Wheeler bears doing a great job with denying coffee to the basket. Murphy drives into the paint kicks in the corner stall who's wide open and stole knocks in the three point shot. But he gets his feet said he's a great shooter forty-three percent on the season. And now, it's a three point Nittany lion. Lied. Jemaa Wheeler into the paint. Again, what he just dribbling into the paint and making decisions all night long, two miles Dredd slowly backs. A two Wheeler in the corner now Stevens waves out Wheeler. He's going to go one on one with Brock stole. He's drawing the is of four gulford players Stevens, miss the jumper. But there's Wheeler waiting for the rebound three. Golfers and only two Nittany lions and Wheeler had it dropped down into his breadbasket. Lou guys on the court are the ones you got to really worry about when it comes to defensive rebounding. Twenty three to eighteen Penn State with the lead. Mcbrayer lost the dribble. Good challenge by miles Dredd. But he's going to be whistled for a foul. Little too good of a challenge there Fisher, we dive in but you also diving into the opposing players news. Eight oh, six to go in the first half the winner of this game. We'll take on the second seeded Purdue Boilermakers..

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