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'How dare you!': Grief, anger from Buffalo victims' kin

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 d ago

'How dare you!': Grief, anger from Buffalo victims' kin

"A plea for the nation to end racial violence 86 year old Ruth whitfield was one of ten black people massacred in an attack on a supermarket in Buffalo New York her daughter Robin Harris during a Thursday news conference first shouted how dare you referring to accuse gunmen Peyton gendron before she called on people in this country to take action I need this Violence to stop We need to fix this And we need to fix it now Attorney Benjamin krupp says gun makers know what they are selling and who their customers are What did they think this 18 year old young man was going to do with an AR-15 that can shoot 70 rounds and 20 seconds Authorities are investigating the possibility of hate crime and terrorism charges against children who posted hundreds of pages of his plans before the shooting I'm Tim McGuire

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House approves $40B in Ukraine aid, beefing up Biden request

AP News Radio

01:01 min | Last week

House approves $40B in Ukraine aid, beefing up Biden request

"The the the the house house house house overwhelmingly overwhelmingly overwhelmingly overwhelmingly approves approves approves approves additional additional additional additional billions billions billions billions in in in in aid aid aid aid for for for for Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine in in in in its its its its fight fight fight fight against against against against Russia Russia Russia Russia on on on on Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday evening evening evening evening on on on on this this this this vote vote vote vote the the the the yeas yeas yeas yeas are are are are three three three three sixty sixty sixty sixty eight eight eight eight the the the the nays nays nays nays are are are are fifty fifty fifty fifty seven seven seven seven the the the bill bill bill is is is passed passed passed every every every voting voting voting Democrat Democrat Democrat and and and nearly nearly nearly three three three out out out of of of four four four Republicans Republicans Republicans voted voted voted in in in favor favor favor of of of a a a forty forty forty billion billion billion dollar dollar dollar funding funding funding bill bill bill for for for Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine it's it's it's about about about democracy democracy democracy versus versus versus dictatorship dictatorship dictatorship democracy democracy democracy must must must prevail prevail prevail house house house speaker speaker speaker Nancy Nancy Nancy Pelosi Pelosi Pelosi in in in a a a floor floor floor speech speech speech before before before the the the vote vote vote noted noted noted that that that Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Putin's Putin's Putin's invasion invasion invasion of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine is is is a a a global global global threat threat threat the the the brutality brutality brutality of of of Putin Putin Putin is is is not not not just just just what what what he's he's he's doing doing doing in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine but but but the the the impact impact impact that that that his his his that that that it it it is is is having having having on on on food food food for for for the the the world world world the the the new new new legislation legislation legislation would would would bring bring bring American American American support support support for for for the the the effort effort effort to to to nearly nearly nearly fifty fifty fifty four four four billion billion billion dollars dollars dollars that's that's that's about about about six six six billion billion billion dollars dollars dollars more more more than than than the the the US US US spent spent spent on on on all all all of of of its its its foreign foreign foreign and and and military military military aid aid aid in in in twenty twenty twenty nineteen nineteen nineteen Senate Senate Senate approval approval approval seems seems seems certain certain certain with with with members members members of of of both both both parties parties parties calling calling calling for for for quick quick quick action action action to to to McGuire McGuire McGuire Washington Washington Washington

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Bodies surfacing in Lake Mead recall mob's time in Las Vegas

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last week

Bodies surfacing in Lake Mead recall mob's time in Las Vegas

"People people people people in in in in Las Las Las Las Vegas Vegas Vegas Vegas are are are are certain certain certain certain more more more more bodies bodies bodies bodies will will will will be be be be found found found found as as as as the the the the waters waters waters waters of of of of lake lake lake lake Mead Mead Mead Mead continued continued continued continued to to to to fall fall fall fall amid amid amid amid an an an an historic historic historic historic drought drought drought drought the the the the lake lake lake lake Mead Mead Mead Mead reservoir reservoir reservoir reservoir fed fed fed fed by by by by the the the the Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado River River River River has has has has dropped dropped dropped dropped more more more more than than than than one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred seventy seventy seventy seventy feet feet feet feet since since since since nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen eighty eighty eighty eighty three three three three some some some some seventy seventy seventy seventy percent percent percent percent of of of of capacity capacity capacity capacity gone gone gone gone the the the the drop drop drop drop exposing exposing exposing exposing one one one one Las Las Las Las Vegas Vegas Vegas Vegas drinking drinking drinking drinking water water water water intake intake intake intake forcing forcing forcing forcing a a a a switch switch switch switch to to to to a a a a deeply deeply deeply deeply can can can can take take take take to to to to continue continue continue continue to to to to supply supply supply supply casinos casinos casinos casinos suburbs suburbs suburbs suburbs two two two two point point point point four four four four million million million million residents residents residents residents and and and and forty forty forty forty million million million million tourists tourists tourists tourists per per per per year year year year a a a a decomposed decomposed decomposed decomposed body body body body in in in in a a a a barrel barrel barrel barrel was was was was spotted spotted spotted spotted by by by by boaters boaters boaters boaters the the the the man man man man had had had had been been been been shot shot shot shot his his his his shoes shoes shoes shoes put put put put the the the the killing killing killing killing between between between between the the the the mid mid mid mid nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen seventies seventies seventies seventies and and and and early early early early nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen eighties eighties eighties eighties more more more more remains remains remains remains were were were were found found found found this this this this past past past past weekend weekend weekend weekend university university university university of of of of Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Las Las Las Las Vegas Vegas Vegas Vegas history history history history professor professor professor professor Michael Michael Michael Michael green green green green is is is is fairly fairly fairly fairly certain certain certain certain additional additional additional additional remains remains remains remains will will will will show show show show up up up up however however however however green green green green says says says says people people people people should should should should be be be be more more more more focused focused focused focused on on on on the the the the so so so so called called called called bathtub bathtub bathtub bathtub ring ring ring ring now now now now high high high high up up up up on on on on the the the the walls walls walls walls of of of of the the the the lake lake lake lake where where where where the the the the water water water water level level level level once once once once stood stood stood stood I'm I'm I'm I'm Tim Tim Tim Tim McGuire McGuire McGuire McGuire

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Advocates worry other rights at risk if court overturns Roe

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Advocates worry other rights at risk if court overturns Roe

"While while while while the the the the Supreme Supreme Supreme Supreme Court Court Court Court appears appears appears appears to to to to be be be be close close close close to to to to ending ending ending ending abortion abortion abortion abortion rights rights rights rights questions questions questions questions are are are are being being being being raised raised raised raised about about about about what what what what could could could could be be be be next next next next this this this this is is is is about about about about a a a a lot lot lot lot more more more more than than than than abortion abortion abortion abortion president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden fears fears fears fears of of of of roe roe roe roe versus versus versus versus Wade Wade Wade Wade is is is is overturned overturned overturned overturned right right right right wing wing wing wing opponents opponents opponents opponents will will will will go go go go after after after after other other other other rights rights rights rights based based based based on on on on the the the the right right right right to to to to privacy privacy privacy privacy what what what what are are are are the the the the next next next next things things things things that that that that are are are are gonna gonna gonna gonna be be be be attacked attacked attacked attacked because because because because this this this this Mager Mager Mager Mager crowd crowd crowd crowd is is is is really really really really the the the the most most most most extreme extreme extreme extreme political political political political exit exit exit exit organization organization organization organization that's that's that's that's existed existed existed existed in in in in American American American American history history history history in in in recent recent recent American American American history history history justice justice justice Samuel Samuel Samuel Alito Alito Alito stated stated stated in in in the the the opinion opinion opinion that that that it it it applies applies applies only only only to to to abortion abortion abortion but but but a a a number number number of of of other other other rulings rulings rulings based based based in in in part part part on on on the the the right right right to to to privacy privacy privacy allowed allowed allowed married married married couples couples couples the the the right right right to to to buy buy buy and and and use use use contraceptives contraceptives contraceptives another another another overturned overturned overturned a a a Texas Texas Texas law law law that that that criminalize criminalize criminalize same same same sex sex sex intimacy intimacy intimacy and and and yet yet yet another another another decision decision decision legalize legalize legalize gay gay gay marriage marriage marriage several several several state state state legislatures legislatures legislatures controlled controlled controlled by by by the the the Republican Republican Republican Party Party Party have have have already already already passed passed passed bills bills bills aimed aimed aimed at at at barring barring barring transgender transgender transgender youth youth youth sports sports sports and and and health health health care care care others others others imposed imposed imposed restrictions restrictions restrictions on on on talking talking talking about about about LGBTQ LGBTQ LGBTQ issues issues issues in in in public public public classrooms classrooms classrooms Tim Tim Tim McGuire McGuire McGuire Washington Washington Washington

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NTSB: 13-year-old drove pickup in Texas crash that killed 9

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

NTSB: 13-year-old drove pickup in Texas crash that killed 9

"Federal investigators announced preliminary findings in a fiery crash that killed nine people long a stretch of a two lane highway in West Texas national transportation safety board vice chairman Bruce Landsberg says a young teenager was driving before Tuesday evening's deadly crash a thirteen year old child was behind the wheel of the pickup truck in this from ko SA Landsberg says there was a crucial failure on the pickup truck the left front tire which was a spare tire had failed which resulted in the vehicle pulling hard to the left and crossing into the opposing lane into the path of the van carrying the university southwest eight golf team members and their coach the head on fiery collision killed the thirteen year old and the man in the pickup and six of the team members plus their coach two others are recovering at a Texas hospital I'm to McGuire

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What Percent of Christians Share Their Faith? Barry McGuire Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 2 months ago

What Percent of Christians Share Their Faith? Barry McGuire Explains

"What percentage of Christians actively share their faith? 1%. Oh, come on. No. The statistics say 35%, but we're big on statistics. Explain us, explain. You know, most evangelicals today think sharing their faith as being a good person. I have people come up to you all the time and tell me how they were such a good person. I'm sure, what did that accomplish exactly? Other than it made you fewer idiots. Yeah. You know, and it's so easy to just do good things. Of course. But actions do not speak louder than our words, actually speak before words, right? So when you do something nice, I'm sorry. And just takes a second. Just liquids that have a good day and you look at them in the eyes. And God bless you and mean it. Don't say it as you're walking away. You know, person half the time they'll look at you and a lot of times have tears right just by that simple. People are hungry for God. They're lost. You know, 80% of the unchurch are looking for somebody to tell about God right now. 75% of Americans going to bed in fear every night. That's good for us because of their fears are searching they're searching for knowledge. Over 80% of the unsure, these are hard, fast numbers, substantiated. We have it on our website by three different major studies. We don't just use flippant stats. Over 80% of the unchurched, know the world's out of control. You know that. They know the world they control. They would like to believe there's a God who can end the chaos. They are looking for somebody to tell them and get this. They already have at least one person in their life who's a Christian that they trust. We could evangelize American 30 days. So our ministry is igniting Christians to ignite America with revival, one person at a time. And they're not going to church. You understand that they're not 80% of them. They're blinded. They're not bad. They're not evil. They're lost. That's our fault.

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Dems switch strategy on voting bill as Biden pushes action

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

Dems switch strategy on voting bill as Biden pushes action

"President president Biden Biden meets meets privately privately with with Senate Senate Democrats Democrats on on the the strategy strategy on on their their voting voting and and elections elections legislation legislation in in a a memo memo obtained obtained by by the the AP AP Senate Senate Majority Majority Leader Leader Chuck Chuck Schumer Schumer outlines outlines a a plan plan to to hold hold debate debate that that could could stretch stretch for for days days on on voting voting rights rights legislation legislation his his proposal proposal comes comes as as Democrats Democrats seek seek ways ways to to actually actually pass pass the the managers managers because because of of the the fifty fifty fifty fifty split split in in the the Senate Senate White White House House press press secretary secretary Jen Jen Psaki Psaki says says president president Biden Biden is is ready ready for for the the fight fight this this is is a a defining defining moment moment that that will will divide divide everything everything before before and and everything everything after after when when the the most most fundamental fundamental American American right right that that all all others others flow flow from from the the right right to to vote vote and and have have your your vote vote counted counted is is at at risk risk the the link link the the debate debate would would still still not not solved solved the the fundamental fundamental problem problem Democrats Democrats lack lack any any Republican Republican support support as as well well as as the the backing backing of of democratic democratic senators senators Joe Joe Manchin Manchin of of West West Virginia Virginia and and Kyrsten Kyrsten Sinema Sinema of of Arizona Arizona for for a a rules rules change change to to allow allow passage passage by by a a simple simple majority majority to to McGuire McGuire Washington Washington

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'So many memories': Over 500 homes feared destroyed by fire

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

'So many memories': Over 500 homes feared destroyed by fire

"Hundreds hundreds of of homeowners homeowners into into Colorado Colorado towns towns hit hit by by wildfire wildfire Thursday Thursday are are stunned stunned shocked shocked and and dismayed dismayed by by the the damage damage cost cost billing billing Klein Klein says says he he never never imagined imagined the the speed speed and and destruction destruction of of a a wildfire wildfire just just unbelievably unbelievably fast fast I I know know the the home home in in the the older older part part of of superior superior gutted gutted by by the the blaze blaze David David marks marks had had yet yet to to make make it it to to his his superior superior neighborhood neighborhood but but did did see see homes homes near near his his a a flame flame fifty fifty sixty sixty feet feet high high probably probably it it was was really really I've I've never never seen seen anything anything like like it it anywhere anywhere from from five five hundred hundred to to a a thousand thousand homes homes are are thought thought to to have have burned burned in in the the fire fire which which broke broke out out unusually unusually late late in in the the year year following following an an extremely extremely dry dry fall fall and and the the mid mid winter winter nearly nearly devoid devoid of of snow snow until until Friday's Friday's snow snow a a day day too too late late hi hi Tim Tim McGuire McGuire

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Colorado wildfires burn hundreds of homes, force evacuations

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

Colorado wildfires burn hundreds of homes, force evacuations

"Hundreds hundreds of of homes homes and and other other buildings buildings burned burned by by wildfire wildfire into into Colorado Colorado suburbs suburbs Colorado Colorado governor governor Jerryd Jerryd Bayless Bayless is is a a fast fast moving moving wildfire wildfire tore tore into into Lewisville Lewisville and and superior superior to to boulder boulder county county town town some some twenty twenty miles miles from from Denver Denver suburban suburban sub sub developments developments stores stores it's it's like like the the neighborhood neighborhood do do you you live live in in it's it's like like the the neighborhood neighborhood that that any any of of us us live live in in the the damage damage assessment assessment is is just just beginning beginning as as families families of of residents residents await await word word on on their their property property and and in in some some cases cases businesses businesses the the governor governor says says no no matter matter what what help help is is available available for for those those who who lost lost everything everything that that they've they've had had know know that that we we will will be be there there for for you you the the region region known known as as the the front front range range is is home home to to most most of of Colorado's Colorado's population population ninety ninety percent percent of of boulder boulder county county is is in in severe severe or or extreme extreme drought drought with with no no substantial substantial rainfall rainfall since since mid mid summer summer I'm I'm to to McGuire McGuire

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Harry Reid, former Senate majority leader, dies at 82

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

Harry Reid, former Senate majority leader, dies at 82

"Long long time time Senate Senate Majority Majority Leader Leader Harry Harry Reid Reid Nevada's Nevada's longest longest serving serving member member of of Congress Congress has has died died Democrat Democrat Harry Harry Reid Reid was was Senate Senate Majority Majority Leader Leader during during the the administrations administrations of of both both president president George George W. W. bush bush a a Republican Republican and and Democrat Democrat Barack Barack Obama Obama in in twenty twenty sixteen sixteen as as he he was was leaving leaving the the Senate Senate re re talk talk about about the the highs highs and and lows lows of of leadership leadership have have been been times times when when I've I've been been terrified terrified frustrated frustrated but but you you know know the the Karen Karen the the frustration frustration passes passes quickly quickly read read was was known known as as a a fighter fighter and and tough tough negotiator negotiator during during his his decades decades in in office office former former president president Bill Bill Clinton Clinton noted noted that that his his work work in in the the Senate Senate resulted resulted in in millions millions of of Americans Americans living living better better lives lives reed's reed's wife wife of of more more than than sixty sixty years years lander lander reed reed says says he he died died peacefully peacefully following following a a four four year year battle battle with with pancreatic pancreatic cancer cancer he he was was eighty eighty two two I'm I'm Tim Tim McGuire McGuire

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The security flaw that's freaked out the internet

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

The security flaw that's freaked out the internet

"Tech tech security security experts experts gravel gravel to to close close off off what what they they call call one one of of the the worst worst computer computer vulnerabilities vulnerabilities they've they've ever ever seen seen homeland homeland security security cyber cyber experts experts say say state state backed backed Chinese Chinese and and Iranian Iranian hackers hackers and and rogue rogue cryptocurrency cryptocurrency miners miners are are already already exploiting exploiting a a small small and and often often undocumented undocumented bit bit of of software software used used in in systems systems around around the the globe globe the the flawless flawless internet internet based based attackers attackers seize seize control control of of everything everything from from industrial industrial control control systems systems to to web web servers servers and and consumer consumer electronics electronics just just trying trying to to identify identify the the break break in in is is difficult difficult since since it's it's hidden hidden under under other other layers layers of of software software along along with with fixing fixing the the flaw flaw computer computer security security pros pros are are trying trying to to detect detect to to what what extent extent the the vulnerability vulnerability is is being being exploited exploited one one says says they're they're in in the the law law before before the the storm storm as as a a hackers hackers try try to to figure figure out out what what to to do do to to the the systems systems they they have have now now infiltrated infiltrated I'm I'm Tim Tim McGuire McGuire

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Manchin hits Dems' $2T bill as too costly, talks to Biden

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Manchin hits Dems' $2T bill as too costly, talks to Biden

"A a Senate Senate holdout holdout continues continues to to make make life life difficult difficult for for fellow fellow Senate Senate Democrats Democrats and and president president Biden Biden as as time time ticks ticks away away for for passage passage of of a a signature signature piece piece of of legislation legislation with with Senate Senate Republicans Republicans on on the the sideline sideline president president Biden Biden and and other other Democrats Democrats are are trying trying to to get get west west Virginia's Virginia's Joe Joe Manchin Manchin to to finally finally agreed agreed to to support support the the long long stalled stalled two two trillion trillion dollar dollar social social and and environmental environmental package package mansion mansion after after talking talking with with Biden Biden by by phone phone Monday Monday evening evening said said they they were were talking talking about about different different iterations iterations he he added added anything's anything's possible possible and and ask ask of of a a deal deal could could be be reached reached by by Christmas Christmas he he doesn't doesn't like like the the cost cost of of the the measure measure nor nor parts parts of of the the plant plant including including paid paid family family leave leave and and medical medical leave leave other other unresolved unresolved issues issues the the Senate Senate parliamentarian parliamentarian could could rule rule several several provisions provisions would would violate violate Senate Senate reconciliation reconciliation rules rules finance finance committee committee chairman chairman Oregon's Oregon's Ron Ron Wyden Wyden ads ads it it has has to to be be approved approved no no later later than than the the twenty twenty eighth eighth to to give give the the IRS IRS time time to to prepare prepare child child tax tax credit credit checks checks due due January January fifteenth fifteenth to to millions millions of of families families Tim Tim McGuire McGuire Washington Washington

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White House rushes with infrastructure fixes for US economy

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 6 months ago

White House rushes with infrastructure fixes for US economy

"President Biden says the one trillion dollar infrastructure plan will impact everyone in this country this is Asian is going to change the lives of every American the president says the recently passed one trillion dollar infrastructure bill will have an effect on nearly every aspect of daily life especially when it comes to long neglected transportation issues is most significant investment passenger rail the past fifty years roads and bridges in the past seventy years public transit ever Biden also notes that the measure contains billions to build out high speed broadband internet across the country it addresses the ports and shipping issues causing the current costly bottlenecks Biden says he wants Democrats in Congress to act on his even more ambitious build back better program no one is coming to do this work it's up to us our country our planet our democracy all our hands right now Tim McGuire Washington

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UN aid chief urges G20: prevent mass starvation in Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

UN aid chief urges G20: prevent mass starvation in Afghanistan

"The United Nations calls on the G. twenty countries to take immediate action to help millions of people in Afghanistan U. N. humanitarian chief Martin Griffiths tells the AP that the U. S. and the other wealthy nations have to make two crucial changes to traditional aid packages give us your humanitarian money because we can make good use of it he's reprogram your development money used for longer term projects into humanitarian money so we can use it now Griffith says the world food program already feeding four million people in Afghanistan we'll need to feed up to twelve million in the coming winter months Hoff of the population of that country is now at risk of not having enough food to eat not having knowing where the next meal will come from Griffith says the current crisis has been caused by two large droughts the disruption of services and the collapse of the economy after the Taliban routed the government and took over the country I'm Tim McGuire

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Streetside dining is here to stay - burst 1

Southern California Real Estate Report

06:09 min | 7 months ago

Streetside dining is here to stay - burst 1

"Today on the southern california real estate report outdoor eating is here to stay stay tuned morning. Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob. Mcguire and daniel wise coming to you from san diego california a new update on something that everyone seems to love from the pandemic is the the street series as they call them that have been built around the city. It looks like the city and development services have come up with a plan of attack to keep those in place at least for some places not for all but for some exactly and this would allow outdoor dining to kind of continue and continue permanently. Luckily in san diego outdoor dining has always been a popular option and These outdoor eateries will give people the opportunity to basically have more options. As far as. That's concerned yeah. I really like it. I think it's great. I think it's really cool especially in the more urban neighborhoods of san diego so obviously university heights is an area that i frequent a lot and some of my favorite restaurants around there like bond time places like that have have done. You know cool little setups. Some of the mexican restaurants around there you and i were just downtown yesterday and looking around downtown. It looks like you know around the gas lamp that there's still a lot of those setup. I wonder like in core gas lamp. Do you think they'll keep them even in that area where they're talking about turning that into a mall area. That'll be interesting to see what they do with that. Well i think that the rule is under thirty miles an hour and no parking. Lots no parking lots no white or yellow zone or no white yellow or blues zones. Excuse me read bluer white curbs or within an alley either. Yeah yeah. And they're limited to streets with speed limits of greater of no greater they're limited to streets with a speed limit that is no greater than thirty miles per hour. Yeah and a lot of restaurants are in violation of that mean. I think it's also you can't be within a fire hydrant. Distance which i guess makes it a yellow zone anyways right but yeah or makes it a red zone. Excuse me so. It's it's lenient but it's also going to. I think going to drastically change the environment. There even used to over the last nearly two years right. So you know with this because so there's going to be some interesting real estate aspects about this and by the way So this article is very recent. This article is effective october. Twenty fifth or sixth right. And this is i believe at ut oracle and it's a it's a relatively recent reason article and it's interesting from a standpoint of how the city is viewing these and of course anything that the city to get involved in there's going to be a fee for it right but more so we'll we'll touch on the fees here in a minute and what the charges will be in how they're kind of looking at them but more importantly the real questions going to be too is for these spaces that are commercial restaurant spaces. How the landlords gonna view these. These are obviously going to be an amenity to the property. But it's going to be a separate Lease transaction one for the street. Ary or the you know out you know. Dining area or ancillary dining area is is going to be a lease or a fee structure. That's based on this city's calculation that we'll get to in a minute and you're going to have the regular you know interior retail price per foot. So the question becomes does. Does that make those spaces more valuable or is it something that now so over the pandemic there was no charge for any of this. The restaurants were building them as a means of survival. That's what the the issue was. Was that you know. During the periods that there was no indoor dining. These were constructed. So now there's gonna be some interesting things that come out of this because now it's going to become a direct occupancy expense the way that the city is going to do this from a standpoint of the economics of it and you know how is this going to be you know monetize for the city so it's kind of a two part process so one of them one of the processes has to do with those structures that were built that have tents and things like that that's got to be changed now because those aren't necessarily kosher and in compliant with what fire wants to see right there. They're worried that you know this has to be inspected and done right and so and so the city is doing it basically. So you've got this two part structure to it so the fees are gonna vary the the and there's going to be a like a permit cost depending on how. How large the space is. They're saying the estimate for the permit to be anywhere from two to six thousand dollars for the two year. Use of that this

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Lawyer questions if safety protocols were followed

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Lawyer questions if safety protocols were followed

"A lawyer involved in previous trials concerning deaths on television and film sets says there are a lot of questions surrounding the accidental shooting death of cinematographer Galina Hutchins Jeff Harris lead attorney in a pair of legal actions on accidental deaths during movie and TV productions says last week's accidental shooting death the cinematographer Galina Hutchins as actor Alec Baldwin was rehearsing firing a gun should not have happened the first thing I thought was there's literally no way that this happens Harris notes a gun safety policies have been around production sets for years and it struck me as you know there you don't you don't have this happen if basic safety policies are being followed the end production of the movie rust has been halted but producers called a halt a pause rather than an end I'm Tim McGuire

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The battle to develop the Sports Arena - burst 2

Southern California Real Estate Report

06:09 min | 7 months ago

The battle to develop the Sports Arena - burst 2

"Today on the southern california real estate report we give an update on a sports arena center and it's becoming quite a battle state. good morning. Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Daniel wise coming from san diego california so back in the news. Pechanga arena chain sports arena. Whatever you wanna call it. It's it's kind of the. It's kind of like watching a sporting match like you're like who's going to take the lead. Yeah who's going to win out what's plan from. Different parts of the crowd right exactly. What what ooh. Who has the best ideas and plans. You know who's gonna accommodate. The city's needs fast. So for those of you. That are new to this. The sports arena. Property was last year thrown up basically as a request for proposal to redevelop it. But what happened was was that that was premature because the land actually has to be used for an affordable component of housing. That wasn't considered in the first proposal. So it's kind of interesting so so what happened was it was basically put out as as basically like most real estate. Proposals or requests for proposals are put out. It was put out as basically a best and final and they said. Hey you know you. Mr developer come out and give us your best and final on how you would redevelop this. The surplus land that we have around our sports arena facility. Which by the way. The sports arena in this town if anyone is local for our local listeners. I should say those of us. That are familiar with the sports arena. I mean it's it's really dated so this is long overdue to get this done for a city. That's our size and for a city that now is gonna have what we're going to have in mission valley with the new. Sds you the football stadium and what we already have in. Petco pet khoza class aid stadium. That's rivals any baseball park in the country and the sports has like this really. It's just as really old decrepit building but people love it and they love going to the goals games because they can say close to the ice and things like that so it has some kind of some neat things about it but the building itself is like one thousand nine hundred seventy s the developer. That came out was brookefield. Who has quite a few properties. Here in san diego so there are known developer there known quantity and out of all the best in finals. That's who the city chose now. They made a huge mistake right because in the summer when it went up to the state to get approval of the state turn around said. Now you can't do it because there's no affordable on this property so you have to literally stop and now turn around and go find not only. Somebody's redevelop the sports arena. But also you need to find an affordable developer and then you need to have so do market rate units so brookefield has come back around and now they're saying hey. We understand that. This was a mistake. We're ready to do it again. So originally the units that the total coverage was going to be approximately twenty two hundred residential units but now they're actually increasing that up to like four thousand residential units if you stay under a certain square footage right around six to eight hundred sixty eight hundred square feet. So obviously you can do a large affordable you know component of studio units or you know micro units things like that. That are pretty popular as affordable housing options. You know for single people and people that fit into the average area meaning category. Which they're saying is going to be obviously found by hud and it's like thirty to sixty percent thirty two eighty some eight. I mean you have to remember that. Like six hundred to eight hundred feet. You can of one better in that. Like dont necessarily studios of yeah. Yeah yeah that's true. They could be nice. One bedrooms one in twos in six to eight hundred square feet but but to get the density that they're talking about. I think there's going to be a lot. I guess i should say i should. You're right a one hundred percent and it's there's going to be a smaller. There's going to be smaller. Units so the original plan had a lot of residential houses like sf are and townhomes and things like that so that is probably going to go away to get this additional density that they need so it's going to be interesting. They're going to have to escape park. They're going to have office and retail. They're going to have restaurants so for those of you. That don't know this area. The site is huge. So insight and brookefield is in the running but that toll brothers is trying to trying staged a comeback. Well so toll. Brothers is trying to stage a comeback. But what's really interesting too. Is it so this is now an open bid so they put out basically the so so. The city got the state's approval and now they have basically put out that. Hey this land is available surplus. Here's what you need to do. So there's going to be like you know. Basically on sunday there's going to be a presentation so also condamne who is a local real estate investment firm here that owns apartments nationwide. They're one of the largest apartment owners in the country. Owner and operator i should say so they. They have a big management platform. They're also going to throw their hat in to be the developer on this project as well. They've already it. Sounds like

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Jan. 6 panel moving swiftly as it sets Bannon contempt vote

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

Jan. 6 panel moving swiftly as it sets Bannon contempt vote

"A former top adviser to former president Donald Trump faces the real possibility of criminal charges for refusing a congressional subpoena the house committee investigating the January sixth assault on the capital by supporters of former president Donald Trump has scheduled a vote Tuesday I'm bringing criminal contempt charges against former trump adviser Steve Bannon for refusing to comply with the subpoena reporters ask president Biden about Bannon I hope that the committee goes after another novel prosecuted by it the committee and then the full house agree the charges will be sent to the justice department which has the final say in any prosecution Bannon's lawyer says he's complying with trump's claim of executive privilege despite his not working for trump or his administration at the time of the attack to McGuire Washington

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"mcguire" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:57 min | 8 months ago

"mcguire" Discussed on AP News

"McGuire President Biden delivers a video tribute before the 20th anniversary events marking the September 11th attacks. President Biden harkened back to the fear and darkness of the 9 11 attacks 20 years ago, a frightened nation stunned as the twin towers fell, the Pentagon burned and a passenger jet went down in a Pennsylvania field. We also saw something all too rare. Yeah. A true sense of national unity, he says. That's the lesson from the tragedy. The battle for the soul of America, Unity is our greatest strength. Biden's words come amid criticism of his administration's handling of the withdrawal from Afghanistan, a war ramped up in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks and for the families and friends who grieve so hard Whether it's the first year of the 20th. Children growing up without parents and parents have suffered without Children. Jackie Quinn Washington The president's executive orders setting vaccine mandates for both public and private employers touches off a chorus of legal threats from GOP governors. Florida's rod to Santa's fears massive job losses, This order would result potentially and millions of Americans losing their jobs. But Jonathan Sheriff, the CEO of a company that runs a number of car dealerships in South Florida, says two of his workers have died and a number of others had to leave the job because of long term effects of Covid 19 need to get it under control. We need to be able to go forward in our lives as we once knew it. At the La Fonda on the Plaza Hotel in Santa Fe, New Mexico general manager Rick Bligh says 85% of his staff of well more than 100. People are already vaccinated and the mandate will eliminate his concern about guests who may or may not be vaccinated, knowing that a lot of people walking through our doors are working for bigger employers, hopefully and they're also vaccinated. This is a P news Attorneys say a ranking member of the British royal family has been served in the U. S civil court. The MIC Gracia has this attorneys representing Virginia Jew free have served Britain's Prince Andrew with legal papers in a U. S civil suit. Jew Free alleges she was sexually assaulted by the prince when she was 17 Jewel Free, contends the late convicted sex offender, Jeffrey Epstein forced her to have sexual encounters with Andrew in 2000 and one and the Prince knew she had been trafficked by Epstein. Attorneys say the legal papers Were handed over on August 27th as first reported by Britain's Daily Mail newspaper. Failure to respond within 21 days of the summons would mean a judgment against Andrew would be issued by default. I might grow CIA a section of mountainside on the outskirts of Mexico City gave way, sending an avalanche of boulders the size of small homes onto a densely populated neighborhood. At least one person is dead, Many others are missing. I'm Tim Acquire AP NEWS Everyone loves shopping online. Well, I'm going to tell.

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"mcguire" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

05:01 min | 11 months ago

"mcguire" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"So you could hide. So pierre maguire's got a new gig. He's a member of the ottawa senators. How about that. Yeah whatever. What else i know. I'd like beer. Always have always have of course. We got history. I saw some People hitting me up today. So some guys say i i forget half the shit we did on the radio but i would like to see jimmy just to just to hear him once again. Call them pete was i. The only guy called him. Pete isn't peer. Serve another name for pete. I never heard say pedro or galarza. Sure so sure. Some of his friends did as well. Yeah we we certainly have history of pierre mcguire like i did one thousand nine years at tsn. Twelve hundred a couple of months off in the summer. Obviously but beyond that every working day we would call pierre mcguire to eight in the morning and have our morning chats with them and you part of that for over a decade and Yeah i mean. Great asset to the ottawa senators. Just a reset of the sense have brought in pierre. Mcguire i forget it's one of those dumb. Nhl titles senior director of player operations development yadda yadda yadda effectively. He's right the right hand. Man now appear dory on so you basically got the. Pierre's run on the show for the ottawa senators. And i think you would agree. That guy's savant when it comes to knowledge of hockey players in the game. Well i wouldn't predict he would get a gig like that. You know i kinda. I know over the years right. His name was always floated around about doing different jobs for different teams that he wanted to get back in the game. You know where there's smoke there's fire when we heard those rumors and i believed that that pierre was vocal about it i think back back in over over all those years when he when he came back on the scene as a broadcaster. You know he left. He left the game under a little. Bit of controversy. You you can look that up you know and and At harm i think for many many years Don't quote me on this. But but but that's the sense i got. I'm i know if you guys. I'd heard some stuff from players why he would might not get picked. It wasn't a real positive experience in his time in hartford. No they use the term. Use the term blackballed. You know that. He wouldn't be a that he would never get another gig. There were lots of gigs. That came up that. I think his name was in there and it just never happened but the guy you know the two things here stevie.

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"mcguire" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:40 min | 11 months ago

"mcguire" Discussed on AP News

"McGuire. A P news. I'm to McGuire. The search goes on for just under 150 people still unaccounted for since last Thursday's collapse of a 12 story condo building in Miami Dade County, Florida 12 people are known dead. Maybe Shelley Adler reports prosecutors are planning to call a grand jury. Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava says she endorses a grand jury investigation. I have been in close touch with our state attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle. And I am very supportive of the grand jury investigation that she has announced. I have pledged my full cooperation as she moves forward. The state attorney told the Miami Herald that she would bring the matter before the grand jurors soon to take a look at the case. Criminal charges in such matters are possible. The investigation would examine factors and decisions that led to Thursday's building collapse. I'm shelling Apple ER, the White House says President Biden and first lady Jill Biden will travel to Surfside, Florida on Thursday. The state has also asked for more search and rescue teams through the federal government. Today, the president traveled to Wisconsin to tout his infrastructure and jobs plan. The president was confident touring a public transit center in lacrosse, Wisconsin. I think we're going to get it passed. Some Republicans have question whether it's wise to pass a bipartisan infrastructure bill if it's linked to a party line budget reconciliation bill, the president has been promising millions of new jobs, not minimum wage job, not $15 an hour job prevailing wage job. Good paying jobs. Repairing our roads and our bridges. President Biden says the infrastructure bill isn't just a sum of its parts. It's a signal.

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"mcguire" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:36 min | 11 months ago

"mcguire" Discussed on AP News

"McGuire the Senate is expected to vote on elections bill backed by President Biden and the Democrats, Alaska Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski says Well, there are parts of the bill she can and does support. She's wary of the overall focus of the measure when you nationalize something when you have kind of the federal Federal overall oversight. It's a it ends up being a one size fits all mandate coming out of Washington, D. C that, in many cases doesn't work. In a place like Alaska, Oregon Democrat Jeff Merkley to deliberately erect barriers meant to make it harder for targeted groups Americans to vote to silence their voices of students and low income Americans of Native Americans and seniors of black and Brown Americans. Who have fought too long and too hard to have their voice and their vote stolen from them ripped from them. Republicans are expected to prevent the Senate Democrats from advancing the bill. The coronavirus Delta variant makes up about 20% of the case is being seen over the past two weeks in the U. S virus. Response coordinator Jeff Zion says the focus is on 18 to 26 year olds whom he says may feel like the virus doesn't impact them. And they've been less eager to get the shot. But science and doc Anthony Fauci say there's a new threat to them and others the delta variant first seen in India and now making up more than 1/5 of Covid 19 cases here, the delta variant is currently the greatest threat in the U. S to our attempt to eliminate Covid 19 Fauci says existing vaccines are effective against the variant saga, or Megane at the White House. The AP has learned that thousands of asylum seekers whose claims were dismissed or denied under a Trump administration policy that forced them to way to Mexico will be allowed to return for another chance at humanitarian protection. This is a P news The US has blocked a number of Iran's state linked websites for spreading disinformation. The move by American authorities appears to be a far reaching crackdown on Iranian media. An official who spoke on condition of anonymity so the U. S had seized roughly three dozen websites. This is to the address of a handful of sites, including Iran State television's English language arm produced, a federal notices said the websites were seized as part of law enforcement action also taken down the domain name for the news website Palestine today and a satellite news channel for Yemen's Houthi. Rebel group. The takedown comes just days after the election victory of Iran's hardline judiciary chief Ibraham racy known for his hostility to the West. Jennifer King Washington The Norman Rockwell Museum of Vermont is planning to close its doors at the end of the year more than 40 years after its opening. The museum recently reopened after being closed for months because of the pandemic. The Rutland Herald reports business has been slow, but the owners in their eighties also cite their ages. I'm Tim McGuire. Happy news. I'm Mike Grossi of reporting. Market Airlines is cutting flights as the summer travel season starts. American Airlines said Tuesday it will cut hundreds of flights over the next three weeks to avoid overloading its operations. The cuts will come just as the summer air travel season is picking up, American spokeswoman Sarah Janse said. The airline will cut on average 50 to 60 flights a day for the rest of June and between 50 to 80 flights a day for the first half of July. On Tuesday, American canceled 130 flights and by two Day afternoon more than 200. Other flights were delayed, according to tracking service Flight aware, U. S Airlines were barred from furloughing workers during.

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"mcguire" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:08 min | 11 months ago

"mcguire" Discussed on AP News

"McGuire in the Senate this evening on this vote, the ayes or 50. The nays are 53 5th of the Senators, duly chosen and sworn. Not having voted in the affirmative. The motion Has not agreed to Vice President Kamala Harris, announcing results of an effort to begin debate on the House passed elections Bill the 50 Republicans voting no Senate Majority leader Chuck Schumer, every single Senate Republican. Just voted against starting debate starting debate. Legislation to protect Americans voting rights. Once again. Senate Republican minority has launched a partisan blockade of a pressing issue here in the United States Senate. An issue no less fundamental. And the right. To vote. Some GOP controlled states have new election laws that voting rights advocates say will make it more difficult for people to cast a ballot, particularly minority residents. Republicans backing former President Donald Trump said the measures are about fighting potential voter fraud, which was virtually non existent in last November's election. American Airlines cutting flights at the start of the busy summer travel season, American Airlines said Tuesday it will cut hundreds of flights over the next three weeks to avoid overloading its operation. The cuts will come just as the summer air travel season is picking up. American spokeswoman Sarah Janse said. The airline will cut on average 50 to 60 flights a day for the rest of June and between 50 to 80 flights a day for the first half of July. On Tuesday, American canceled 130 flights and by Tuesday afternoon more than 200. Other flights were delayed, according to tracking service Flight aware U. S Airlines were barred from furloughing workers during the pandemic as they received federal aid. But American has this Smaller staff after encouraging thousands of employees to quit or retire. I might cross CIA. This is a P news. The delta vary. It is the cause of more than 20% of the recent coronavirus infections in the United States. Dr. Anthony Fauci says vaccines are effective against the delta variant. Conclusion. We have the tools, so let's use them and crush the outbreak. Federal Reserve Board chair Jerome Powell tells the congressional committee. It is expected that recent jumps in prices will soon subside. Lowering inflation to a sustainable level. As these transitory supply effects debate inflection, inflation is expected to drop back toward our longer run gold. Consumer prices increased 5% last month compared with a year earlier, the largest increase in 13 years. Powell blames temporary supply bottlenecks, especially for computer chips for new cars, and since prices fell sharply last spring, the start of the pandemic, the percentage of the increase is much larger. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News Senate Republicans have blocked an expansive elections and voting bill during a key test vote, forcing Democrats to face tough questions about the next steps. Before the People Act and needed 60 votes to overcome a GOP filibuster man came nowhere close. Senate Republican chief Mitch McConnell had blasted the bill as a partisan power grab and a federal overreach into how states run elections. And so finally today. We will. Put an end to it hours before the vote. This fight is not over. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said. President Biden's committed to boosting voting rights and it will be a fight of his presidency long past today. But there are questions about how Democrats can move key legislation in a nearly evenly divided Senate and whether filibuster rules should change. Sander Megane Washington. Get ready to tear on Team USA. Sign up for Xfinity Internet and get a flex four k streaming box free and peacock premium included. Can your Internet do that? Restrictions apply? Not available in all areas. Peacock subscription required Xfinity proud partner of Team USA. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey, did you know that The.

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"mcguire" Discussed on Mo Egger

Mo Egger

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"mcguire" Discussed on Mo Egger

"All right so it's a three forty five on. Espn fifteen thirty. and you know. We spend time last week talking. About how one of the things we love to do on. This show is get on internet villains. Well a new internet villainous. Cincinnati internet villain emerge late last week. We we ran into the podcast. And and this is a good and entertaining. Podcast the unnecessary roughness podcast. Which is he college. Football podcast for barstool sports and what went. Viral was a clip of the people on the podcast. Talking about uc. Football and gentleman. By the name of jack mcguire called them overrated and referred to philis an idiot and so we played the whole clip on the show. And i did find the whole podcast to be pretty entertaining and so we wanted to get jack on the show. He's become like the big uc football internet villain of the last couple of days. I think he was originally kind of reluctant. But he's acquiesced he's chosen to come on here. He is on twitter at jack mack. Cfp jack mcguire. It's good to have you how you been. Thank you for having me mouth. And i'm i'm really happy to be here and excited to you. Know talk it up a little bit with. You have heard a lot of good things about you in the show. And i'm really excited to be here. Thank you for having me. I appreciate you coming on. You're very welcome. What is the meanest thing that somebody from. Cincinnati has tweeted at you that you could say on the radio. Oh where can i start. I kind of to a lot of it out. But i would say The meanest for me. I i it told about me a lot of times but the even stevens show. There's a guy named beans and he's not a very attractive young man and he turned out to even be a little bit more unattractive older age in from the cincinnati. Comparing me being this is something. That's been going on the internet for about four years. Now i've been called being but that's always Always something that you know. It doesn't matter who says it hurts. It hurts a little bit. i understand it. Trust me as somebody who's been called all sorts of things. I can Let's so let's get right to it right so you're you're kind of playing like word association thing. This is like the clip that went viral. And i really do. We did play the extended version of your conversation in the spirit of fairness and believe it. Just react until like one clip on twitter. But you're doing like a word association thing. Cincinnati comes up. And you have this look on your face. that's like half exasperation half exhaustion. And you just throw your hands up and you're like overrated and we played the clip and look i full disclosure. I'm a big barricade fan. We obviously have a lot of bearcat fans here. What about uc football do you think is overrated. So you pretty much summed it up perfectly. This was this was a segment in the show. Where it was the first time we've done it and it was just called..

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"mcguire" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"mcguire" Discussed on AP News

"McGuire. The Justice Department's inspector general, Michael Horowitz, has begun an investigation of the Trump Administration Justice Department's apparent secret 2018 subpoena of the phone records of at least two Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee. The apes, Mary Clare Jalonick reports. It's not altogether clear why California Democrats Adam Schiff and Eric Swalwell were targeted. We do know that Trump watched a lot of television. There were others a lot of television coverage of these Russia investigations and that Adam Schiff and Eric Swalwell were frequently on cable news channels talking about those investigations. Other than that, we really don't know if there was a specific reason that they were targeted. The secretive move came as Trump was fuming publicly and privately over investigate. Patients in Congress and by then special counsel Robert Mueller into his campaign's ties to Russia. The Justice Department is reviewing a series of new restrictive state voting laws. Soccer. Madani has more. Attorney General Merrick Garland says A lot of things are open to debate in America, but the right of all eligible citizens to vote. Is not one of them. He says the department will double its civil rights division's staffing as it looks at new and existing laws to make sure they don't violate federal voting rights. Garland says States will also get guidance about mail voting and post election audits. SOCCER Megane Washington A Chicago police officer on medical leave at the time of the capital assault took photos of himself inside the Capitol wearing a Chicago PD sweatshirt. Police Superintendent David Brown says Caroll Cheswick faces five federal misdemeanor charges and he violated his sworn duty. Participating in the siege on the capital in any way was a betrayal of everything we stand for. Our oath. The law Jesuit, was stripped of his police powers this week. His lawyer says he's on desk duty. This is a P news. The Associated Press won two Pulitzer Prizes of photography for coverage of the racial injustice protest send the coronavirus toll on the elderly. The teenager who recorded the police restraint and death of George Floyd is awarded a special citation by the Pulitzer Prizes. Darnell A. Fraser was cited for courageously recording the murder of George Floyd and highlighting the crucial role of citizens in journalist's quest for truth and justice. We all.

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"mcguire" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"mcguire" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

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"mcguire" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"mcguire" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That's not too good. Are you talk? A federal judge has dismissed the lawsuit against vice president Pence intended to empower him to overturn the electoral college results prior to the dismissal correspondent Mike Rossi a review The developments, hence as president of the Senate, will oversee the session on Wednesday and declare the winner of the presidential race. The lawsuit was filed by US representative Louie Gohmert of Texas and a group of Republican electors from Arizona. But the lawsuit names Pence says the defendant. In its filing, the Justice Department representing Pence says a suit to establish that the vice president has discretion over the count filed against the vice president is a walking legal contradiction. The Electoral College has already tallied a majority for Joe Biden at 306 to 2 32. George Manzano reporting, Alabama's said to make another trip to the college football playoff championship game, thanks in part to a pair of Heisman Trophy finalist who gave them a victory over Notre Dame. Breaking news town home dot com. The last surviving member of the McGuire Sisters, has died. Jason Walker has a report. Phyllis McGuire was the lead singer and younger sister of Dorothy and Christine McGuire, known for their perfect harmonies and identical outfits and hairdos. The McGuire sisters are six gold records for hits, including in the 1954 Classic, Sincerely and in 1957 sugar time They performed for five presidents as well as Queen Elizabeth. And were inducted into the National Broadcasting Hall of Fame in 1994. Phyllis McGuire. Was 89 Jason Walker reporting, Colorado plans to ease public health restrictions for some places like restaurants and gyms and Parts of the state this week, but they've seen reductions in covert 19 infections. Governor Jared Pulis sided sustained improvement in the states cope in 19 data for justifying the easing of those restrictions. Have one more of these stories had town hall dot com. Partly to mostly family today with.

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"mcguire" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"mcguire" Discussed on AP News

"AP news I'm to McGuire a seventh night of unrest in cities across the country as people protest the Minneapolis police custody death of George Floyd Julie Walker reports on the number of stores and businesses were broken into across New York City mayor's legacy store in Herald square was the latest to be broken into while fancy shops in soho and other parts of as well as minority owned businesses in the Bronx for also including some who were there to peacefully protest tried to stop them police made hundreds of arrests and in the process say about half a dozen cops were injured but none critically including one captured on video being hit by a car during the day they were loud but peaceful marches demanding justice for George Floyd and others killed by police as well as reforms Julie Walker New York at least nine people are dead in the unrest including two killed in a Chicago suburb a number of police officers have been wounded or run over including a New York state trooper hit by an SUV in buffalo New York and for officer shot in St Louis yesterday evening president trump threatened to call out the military a move roundly denounced by elected officials from both political parties likely democratic presidential nominee former vice president Joe Biden said this time for this country to take a long hard look at itself the movers come for our nation to deal with systemic racism to deal with the growing economic inequity that exists in our nation to deal with the denial of the promise of this nation maybe so many Biden in a speech in Philadelphia city hall accuses president trump of being part of the problem and accelerating it he also adds that trump is quote consumed with his blinding ego just ahead of the noon hour on Wall Street the Dow is up one hundred sixty eight points the nasdaq has lost thirty seven the S. and P. is up eight this is a P. news people around the world are reacting to the U. S. protests many demonstrating against their own police and racial issues while governments are slamming the U. S. Charles de Ledesma has this from London thousands have spilled across streets in Amsterdam in the Netherlands didn't runs please brutality and those demonstrating in Paris the village the French government to take police violence more seriously after rally people held up signs racism is suffocating us but some government leaders see the US on the rest of the chance to highlight what they see as American hypocrisy one protest movements at home this is a bold Hong Kong leader Carrie lam has questioned the foreign criticism over an imminent national security law being imposed in the territory I'm Charles the last month president trump's ambassador to Germany Richard Grinnell has resigned he is expected to join trump's reelection campaign I'm timid wire A. P. news corona virus update I'm timid wire with an AP news minute Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer is lifting some coronavirus restrictions in her state on Thursday retailers that have been closed can re open with capacity limits and on this coming Monday restaurants can reopen for indoor and outdoor seating so long as tables can be capped six feet from one another the Associated Press has learned that despite its public praise of China the World Health Organization was deeply frustrated with Chinese authorities for not immediately provided information it needed to fight the spread of the deadly virus government control of information and infighting in China sell services are thought to have because the more than week long delay in releasing the genetic map of the corona virus the W. H. O. warns South America is becoming the latest epicenter of the culvert nineteen outbreak Brazil has more than five hundred twenty six thousand cases second only to the US I'm timid wire thank you for listening to the AP radio network Hey.

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"mcguire" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"mcguire" Discussed on AP News

"McGuire another of the dozen or so vaccines being developed to combat the corona virus begins its first testing phase Novavax a US biotech company starting trials in Australia with some one hundred thirty subjects being injected to check the safety of the vaccine Canada's chief science officer Dr Gregory glad we want to thank volunteers who are stepping forward for the benefit of of millions of people around the globe and I sincerely believe we have a vaccine that is going to be very good if the license and address this stuff this call glad says if the testing is successful the hope is for the vaccine to be ready to be deployed by the end of the year other labs in mainly the US China and Europe are also in the early stages of testing or getting set to start since the teens are using different technologies the odds increase in at least one might prove effective president trump traveled to fort McHenry in Baltimore on Memorial Day now after laying a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery talked about the people who fought and died for their country and those dying from the corona virus together we will vanquish the virus and America will rise from this crisis to new and even greater heights Joe Biden Marc Morial day by laying a wreath at a park near his Delaware home Missouri health officials warn the corona virus hasn't gone away hair stylists in Springfield may have exposed more than eighty clients to the virus city health director clay Goddard we're in a new phase of this disease where we're going to walk that tightrope between disease control and economic harm and if we're doing this to work sick and sharing this illness with others that's not a good approach a second stylists in the same shop has been diagnosed and is thought to have exposed more than fifty other customers to the virus this is a P. news the World Health Organization suspends a study on a malaria drug being pitched by president trump to treat the symptoms of the corona virus the AP said Donahue has this report last week the president said he is taking hydroxy caloric wind a lot of people have taken a lot of doctors are taking a lot of people swear by it it's got a bad reputation only because I'm promoting it the president also said he did not test positive for the corona virus the W. H. O. says experts want to take a break and review all the evidence Dr Tedros Adhanom grow braces pointed to a report in the medical journal the lancet among patients receiving the drug when used alone or with the micro line the estimated a higher mortality rates a higher risk of death and heart problems other corona virus treatments are still being tested I'm at Donahue I'm timid wire AP news thank you right now you need dependable internet and endless entertainment Xfinity delivers with reliably fast speeds and wifi coverage throughout your home plus access all your streaming apps in one place right on.

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"mcguire" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"mcguire" Discussed on AP News

"News I'm to McGuire president trump's latest update included lots of masks the symbolism surrounded the president in the rose garden for the first time many administration officials were wearing masks after two known virus cases among staffers three of the nation's top medical experts are now in quarantine and vice president pence was in self isolation anybody entering the west wing is now required to wear a mask or face covering that apparently does not apply to the president who was wearing night either in my case I'm very far away from everyone he insisted he's not worried that the virus has spread inside one of the nation's most protected complexes as he looks to instill confidence in the nation announcing more efforts to ramp up testing if people want to get tested they get tested but as the nation's death toll mounts he declined to predict just how high it might climb this summer I don't want to think about it even Sager make ani Washington the centers for disease control prevention says there were twenty four thousand additional deaths in New York City over a six week period when compared with an average of the same six weeks over the past five years CDC says those deaths can be linked to the corona virus pandemic over the influx of covert nineteen cases in the hospitals governor Andrew Cuomo says several regions of upstate New York of showing progress in stopping the corona virus and could reopen by the end of the week we just made it over the map nobody wants to go back to the other side of the mountain New York state has had more than twenty six thousand seven hundred deaths by far the most of any state the world health organization's Dr Michael Ryan warns countries against opening too quickly the virus is still here so even as he lifts lockdowns even in little incident situations even in a place like Korea where the incidence of the number of cases but they have dropped to a very low level they didn't let their guard down this is a P. news a study done at the tail end of April finds people are compelled to watch and not to watch the media coverage of the corona virus pandemic many of us are stuck at home because of the corona virus outbreak and that makes this a captive audience for news coverage about the pandemic but a study by the pew research center says an increasing number of us want or even need to break away from coverage the study was done late last month it says eighty eight percent of Americans surveyed described themselves as following Corbett nineteen news either very closely or fairly closely at the same time the survey says seventy one percent say they need to take a break from the news either to watch or do something else I'm Oscar wells Gabriel twenty nine year old West Texas man is in jail charged with making online threats against Walmart federal agents found multiple firearms including machine gun inside Alex Berenson home twenty miles from el Paso where twenty three people were killed in an attack on a Walmart I'm to acquire AP news.

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"mcguire" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"mcguire" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Here's another celebrity gossip mystery calling in Bradley this is back in the day a list we is now an A. minus slash B. plus list actress who was looking forward to reliving her glory days in a reboot the thing is though once people started working with her again they realize why they hated working with her before and now things were worse so things are probably not going to work out and there won't be a reboot this is gonna be a Hilary Duff Lizzie McGuire situation what is that repo Lizzie McGuire it was her show on what was that Nickelodeon Disney Disney yeah anything about a was in the choir yeah she's trying to do a reboot yeah so Hilary Duff was looking forward to reliving her glory days in a reboot of Lizzie McGuire but the thing is once people started working with Hilary Duff again they realize why they hated working with Hilary Duff before and now apparently things are even worse so the Lizzie McGuire reboot is probably not gonna work out and it just is not going to be happening Pompeo office she's just like a terror yeah well and she said that the plug was pulled allegedly supposedly on this reboot is because she wanted to take it in a more mature route and Disney wanted to keep it family friendly I mean what like how understand how he would take using a wire into a more mature like yes he wanted to be like a soap opera I believe is like yeah what's the what's the other reboot of Sabrina yeah that kinda is dark yeah yeah how the BO yeah yeah I mean but it's to think that that's gonna happen with Disney I mean Disney just offloaded a series that they were creating based on the movie love Simon they just plopped on Hulu because you know gay people that's not family friendly enough for them so I just feel like Disney is not really interested at this moment in doing anything that's not quote family friend I don't even know what that means well I mean I do know what that means but to them it is something that I have a different than what I would say but that's just my opinion and mine too all right when we come back on the Colleen Bradley show you guys there I'm very excited to announce there is a new musician on the scene yeah we need to hear her latest work it's going to be very exciting will be debuting some new music we don't do this often on the coming of Bradley show you're gonna wanna hear that style because it'll be in your head for the rest of the day after the long summer it is after this on my talk one of seven one.

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"mcguire" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

14:18 min | 2 years ago

"mcguire" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"And vaginal or anal penetration is sexual assault or rape talking with me about consent this week is Dr Dr Laura McGuire and she's a nationally recognized sexologist and consultant she has worked as an instructor presenter educator and trainer on topics including in consent education and sexual harassment prevention in two thousand fifteen laura served as the first sexual violence prevention and Education Program Manager at the University of Houston and in two thousand seventeen she became the first victim advocate prevention educator at the US Merchant Marine Academy. Welcome Laura aw thank you so much for having me on so excited to be here. Oh me too. It's so timely and you've done so much work around this and I want my podcast to include this as as much as I can and I thought we could just start with. Can you clarify consent in the era of me to what that means not only and I think this is this is one of the central questions and is your consent and a lot of people have different concepts. Just let that might not be for me. Consent is really a holistic approach to interpersonal dynamics bodily autonomy and a respect for the dignity of every person I love that and so and what that means is individualized to every person French went right for themselves right exactly and and miss by team and everyone get interactive right not just somebody where in bed with but anybody that you're connecting with and respecting their own boundaries their own needs and not projecting what we think they're okay with onto them. Maybe this is too big to go into right away but it's on my mind. I wanted to ask you about this. I have had clients. It's and just people in my life where they have an interaction. I'm talking about a heterosexual male female interaction and he goes was to make a move that may that and she pulls away at first but then she goes along with it and she says you know I'm GonNa do this and so then they do they they engage in whatever that is and then afterwards. She says you know I didn't a consent to that and that was not okay. I did pull back and then he says but then you pull back in and then I thought that was your way of saying it's okay. How do you address those kinds of you. Know non verbal able behaviors definitely so this is this is a huge issue and it's a huge issue cut previously previously for many many many generations as a world. We generally thought if someone isn't citing off somebody and saying saying no stop then well even if it's a gray area. It's a baby then it's okay you know and I remember very even as a teenager reading an article in Cosmo and it was about something they called quote unquote gray rate and it was essentially about that concept right well. I didn't take no and they didn't you know slap the person away then. Could you really and Whoa what a difference twenty years makes all right. We are now looking at this very very differently and I think that's a good thing but it's it's what makes it hard for people right because just like you're saying in that example a guy might say well. I have been socialized that sometimes women you know maybe they're frigid their coal barren comfortable but you know you convince convince them and and they into it and really for the first time in our world. We're saying you know as especially as women will so that wasn't okay. You know I felt pressured or I even felt afraid what you might do if I outwardly straight up rejected you so I went along with it but it wasn't happy about it and I think right and so that's where we are evolving to say. It's not no means no. Uh Consent is not the absence of you know a no. It is the presence of a clear yes right so if someone's in a situation where they're not a hundred percent sure this persons being chew it and and completely agreeing to what's going on. They need me to get comfortable enough to ask them and and what I was so especially. Young people is if you're not comfortable enough past you know how are you feeling. Is this something you want to make sure you're comfortable and on the same page then you're not ready to have sex love them that goes if you're older now to right this way well. It's time to reevaluate now. Some people said to me well. It's just not sexy to say well. Can I do this. This can do that. Do I have your permission to do that and then I I say not love to hear your answer my answer is you have those sexual health conversations before you start making moves like what's what's on limits what's off limits and then you start to engage but do you have a different answer for that. Yeah no no very similarly it is about having having a conversation ahead of time but then of course checking in and making sure the person's okay right and you have to have that emotional intelligence to to read re read their cues. Somebody's testing and you just you have to be able to say you know. Just you seem that. Maybe something's office off. This isn't exactly what you want anymore. You know let me know and having that open communication but it is really a conversation that you have before and you say you know what you like. What don't you like you know. What kind of things would you like to do with me today. If you know if the moments rate and we were feeling it and it's interesting because if you look at the history of affirmative consent in the Western world right because there's there's also the coach cross cultural analysis of how other cultures have normalized this and been deemed anthropologist the scrape free which we can talk about later but but if you look at as a western North American society founded this even get started it started in the Tin Community in the nineteen eighties and because of what they call scenes right where they interact with each other in some kind of interpersonal or sexual play that they could get very intense. and people could be physically emotionally hurt. They really put that early. You know it's on we have to have a conversation upfront. It's about what is going to look like how we're going to communicate with each other. It's okay. It's not okay and and that way it's it's not constantly saying like do this. Can you do that. one of one of the people. I interviewed for Book. I'm writing on on title nine a guidebook books for schools around this issue and and confront you know she says when you constantly ask somebody in moment what kind of what you talked about in that scenario earlier he's actually of manipulation right because in the moment I might be like I guess it's okay worry thing and down. We feel uncomfortable and then they get him by versus. I'm close you know what I mean. I have personal space and I can say generally okay with this and I would like to do this with you. Nothing is that's actually I think so how'd -solutely and I think if people okay just not sexy 'cause they're not used to that makes sense. And what about the idea of like what you're saying. I've heard people say well okay. I'm I'M GONNA I'M GONNA do my best to be emotionally attuned but I might not be and I may not totally get it and so where's the responsibility of the person to say what what's going on without me having to read that person. What about that right well and you know you just have to ask right? You have to be able to say. Is that feel good good. How are you stealing you like this. You know that's not had I can I can I if it's just having that constant Oakland Communication and checking in right and so if you're not sure you do just have to ask and again. I really do think when people get used to that they find that they have way more satisfying sexual interactions they lenient feeling more emotionally satisfying night because you know oh you were with someone who was one hundred ten percent into you know what was going on and loved it. That's really hot. It's always the same like I I don't know maybe they were okay with it. We'll see right because allowed a lot of men feel really like you know that the metoo movement doesn't speak to them because most of the men in my practice in my own social social circles say if a woman's not into it then I'm not into it. I'm completely turned off. These are really only certain kind of men that are doing this against women's wills but then there's a covert ways that men are doing it that they don't even know right. It's a continuum right right right and absolutely and we WANNA make I'm sure that you're not saying that people who are predatory in nature right if you get off on the power dynamic assaulting somebody great because they're not they're not interested in sex. They're interested in power to ensure that. We're not connecting that to again. These these shifts that were going through where people are still adjusting and they might be doing problematic thing that they can say well you know before. This was okay well. It wasn't really okay the society let it slide right and we're we're changing how he approached that but I I have worked with the number of offenders in in campus title nine cases and and worked on restorative practices with them and one of the the things that they tell me you know 'cause these are the people who are on that spectrum of problematic behaviors not being able to reach us. you know kind of toxic mask ways scenarios they tell me you know. I feel rejected. I don't have the interaction with people that I WANNA have. It's in a sexual context. I leave wondering if they actually like to me or they're actually into it right so it's just not having real little true. Consent isn't satisfying for anybody and so we'd actually benefits men. Women Trans on binary people everybody benefits et changing perspective and I have to be honest before the me too movement. There was a a year before when the come out that trump Donald Donald trump had said they had caught a tape that about him grabbing women's genitals and but he had also said and I do sexualize women when I'm talking to them. I'm thinking about being sexual on dressing them and just became a topic in Yoga Group. I was in was like a meditation Slash Yoga Group and it came up and then one of the men in the group said you know I. I don't grab women. I would never do that but I do think about undressing women when I was about to say the same thing in my mind with other men when I'm with them when I and before I could do that this woman very impassively but strongly and vulnerably started to talk about how she's grabbed every day in different places in different ways by men in different settings and then other women in the group said same here. I go out and people feel I was pregnant. People feel they can touch my body. They can touch my stomach and went on and on and I was so glad I didn't say anything and the guy. That spoke felt so bad about what he said. I think the men in the room including me had no idea I mean I really had no idea how many times women are disrespected disrespected in a day until she spoke and then the metoo movement raised my awareness even more. I don't know if men admit that kind of thing but I am overwhelmed by sometimes yes I. I think that that brings up a couple of really important points right is we don't often understand and especially if you belong to socially privileged group what other people are experiencing right and we see this with racism sexism homophobia able able is right where we think oh you know. I think it's generally okay for those people that and then they tell us you've no idea. I I can't even imagine but I think that's a really good point the green up it's not just in a sexual context right and that's why I just like consent as interpersonal personal dynamic because someone's touching your belly. You're pregnant or demanding hug from you as a child. You know there's so many anyway so we are told these messages that you know you don't have a right to say no. You don't have a right to your body that someone with a title or position. Shen can can just take that away from you and decide that they just wanted to do what they wanna do in and that's ultimately the problem is that we have to stop the way we think about respecting other people's bodily and emotional timing. I love that you brought up the thing with children because the new thing that I learned this year was if a child says I don't want to hug grandma I don't WanNa hug grandpa then don't force the child to hug grandma GRANDPA or whomever that there may be the reason and even if just the reason is I want a authority or autonomy over my body then that should be okay right right exactly and you know oh I grew up in in the deep..

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"mcguire" Discussed on Hockey Today

Hockey Today

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"mcguire" Discussed on Hockey Today

"To the Friday edition of game has conduct. I down like record. I'm coming to you live from the Meadowlands the fan sports book or could be doing the Michael cassio. And we were doing the podcast from here as well. So flee everybody is going to have a great weekend. And let's get you started with a podcast kind of a continuation from yesterday after I had finished, my podcast and give my opinion on Pierre. Mcguire. NBC reached out to me via Email to say that Pierre McGuire had responded, and unfortunately, the podcast was already up. So I wanted to take this time here to at least give Pierre McGuire statement and his apology for what had happened back on Wednesday during the lightning penguins game that we discussed on the podcast yesterday. And I defended Pierre at the same time criticized him for the words that he used and here's the statement from Kierra I've known KENDALL for years and have had the privilege of covering her. As a member of team USA of patch. Two Winter Olympic. We were all thrilled to have her. Join our coverage last night. But at times my excitement got the better of me. And I should have chosen my words better. I've the utmost respect for KENDALL as a world class player analyst of the game and role models. So clearly I figured that's exactly what he would do. And that was the right thing to do. All right. He's a good guy. He just misspoke. And I think he did the right thing by having the apology. And there was a long statement made by KENDALL Coyne Scofield and give the gist of it. She had no problem with it. Because she's known Pierre for a long time, and she completely got it. So as far as everybody being offended demanding a firing demanding this that and the other thing I felt both parties handled it well because here too here's how I feel about offense. The person that needed to be offended the most or should have been offended. The most was KENDALL. And she didn't have a problem with it. But you also understood that he misspoke. I thought it was important that you put that understatement statement as well. Because of the fact, you know, what I? I should just read it for you. Anyway, and you you can make your own determination from here. And but I'll give you kind of the gist here. As far as PR is concerned, I've known Pierre McGuire for years, I know respects me as a hockey player a woman, and a friend, and that is why I didn't think twice about our on air exchange when it happened. I didn't give it a second thought until after the game when I received countless messages, I went back and looked at the video I understand why people would think it was inappropriate. If you were watching it at home and saw a man say, this to a woman athlete would have been offended. But what I also know is how excited here was to me. And to be a part of the moment while I wish it came out differently. I know PR doesn't question my hockey knowledge. But to be honest, that's not what's important. So I both of them handle it very well..

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"mcguire" Discussed on Hockey Today

Hockey Today

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"mcguire" Discussed on Hockey Today

"And I think he means well, and I've never sent him to be sexist, and I think the condescending part of it was probably an accident. But as I said, you have to be held responsible for what you say. And to look at her as anything other than a player would be wrong because I think the NHL I think NBC you've seen it up in the CBC to with Cassie Campbell Pasco getting opportunities to to analyze games not just as a host. But also as a color commentator with the play by play boys, either in the booth between the benches these networks have done a great job of allowing women to break down that wall of not just being a host. But also getting a chance to analyze the game because of all the sports hockey is right up there where there's not that big of a difference between playing. Hockey on the Olympic level as a woman in playing NHL hockey, especially where the NHL physicality is changed quite a bit. I mean, there's no fighting in the Olympics. There's no checking in the Olympic game in the women's game. The way it is at the NHL level. But certainly she know what it's it's like the play on the power play to kill a penalty to complete a pass to take a shot to fly down the ice at twenty miles per hour with skates on so she can analyze that. I think she can actually analyze the game just as well as anybody else can analyze the game. I mean, Jessica Mendoza does a great job at ESPN on Sunday night baseball having never played baseball. She played softball. But she understands the game the fundamental aspects of the game and she's done a great job. So I think a lot of these networks need to be applauded for breaking down that wall and men have to get used to that. And I know they're very protective of their space. And I do have conversations with women quite a bit about what is uncomfortable. The fact that men look do women belong here or. So the aspect of well, you never played in the NHL a lot of times when I try to analyze the game as a play by play voice or as a talk show host. Sometimes I feel like a player can say well done, you shouldn't have that opinion. Never played. You don't understand what it's like to be a player? I think there's always gonna be that awkwardness. Because because I'm a man I might be able to get away with analyzing the game because there could be that thought. Well, maybe Don did play. But you know, that a woman never played in the NHL because no woman has ever played in the NHL before. So is there is that barrier to try to overcome sometimes for women? But I think it's incumbent on us as men to be more open and to talk more as equals not just to say there my equal, but actually treat. Hey, they are equal Pierre. Mcguire. Analyze the game is a former coach in this league. And she can analyze the game as a player on the women's level playing at a high level the Olympics exactly the same. So. So you can't just can't be lip service. Yeah. She's my equal. No. She is equal. All right. She may be going out about it at a different way. She may have taken a different path to the booth and a lot of men did. But doesn't mean that her value and her analysis is any different. So I think we all have to kind of get over that. Because more of that's coming in. I think it's great. And it should be applauded for. Sure, it shouldn't just be. We should try to do it. We should actually do it. So don't let what happened last night. I think stumbling block for that to continue to progress. I think it was a mystic by Pierre. Having known him. I I also understand that I follow this sport. And I understand I follow sports social media that he's not the most popular cat among hockey fans for sure so it's probably very difficult for hockey fans to give him the benefit of the Dow one something like this happens because I think they take great pleasure in him dropping the ball because they don't like him. But as somebody that's neutral bordering on knowing him. I will. Give him the benefit of that..

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"mcguire" Discussed on Hockey Today

Hockey Today

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"mcguire" Discussed on Hockey Today

"With Pierre McGuire between the benches for the game. Of course, she almost one speed competition and the all star game. She's a gold medal a great hockey player h twenty six and she's definitely made her dues knows understands the game. And NBC I think did a great job to give her the opportunity to share. That real estate with Pierre McGuire. And before the game started this the exchange that caused a lot of controversy in angst. Among a lot of sports fans specifically hockey fans before the game between the lightning and the penguins. Soil. Tampa is going to be on your lap going to be on your right? What do you expect out of this game? Pay me at bien analyst not to be a fan tonight. All for heaven had a game on the other hand had a tough loss on Monday. Got a little bit of the water by do jersey. Devils so exciting to see the start tonight Trouble blouse. blouse back to all right here. We go. I know Pierre McGuire fairly, well, I wouldn't say we're friends, but we've definitely crossed paths beginning with the Stanley Cup final that I covered in two thousand six between the hurricanes and the Edmonton Oilers. So we traveled a little bit got to know each other. I worked at NHL live. He used to do weekly with us. So I I certainly know appear McGuire. And I know he's a good guy. And I also know that he's an arrogant guy. I mean, this is someone that does have a bit of a chip on his shoulder. And I think he'd be the first to tell you that he looks at that real estate between the benches as his turf, and I think he does kind of perform and announce with bit of a chip on his shoulder. Maybe it comes from the fact he didn't play in the NHL and sometimes that's a little bit of a discomfort among other analysts who all played the game. He did coach, of course with Hartford and with Pittsburgh. And I think he belongs there. There's no question about it. But I wonder if there may be a little bit of sensitivity to the fact that he feels like he has to be a little bit more over. The top because he did not play the game the way a lot of other guys in that situation, especially on the national platform have. But that's just the way he is. And he's very protective of space. And I think sometimes that may come across as him being sexist or him being a little bit in the wrong in this particular situation. I don't think he meant anything negative. I don't think he was looking down at Kendal at all. I just think he misspoke, and where I believe he misspoke the most of it because I'm not even going to get into you know, Tampa will be here. Pittsburgh would be there because they weren't at the respective benches. And I'm sure he knows that she knows the difference between Tampa Bay Lightning in Pittsburgh penguin. I think he was just trying to be a little bit understanding of that. This is the first time that she was doing this. Maybe he was a little condescending at the fact that he is a pro at this, and she has never done it before. So maybe he was a little over the top when that came to fruition. But we're I think he misspoke was when he said now, you're. You're being paid as an analyst. Now, you're not a fan. We'll fans never on the table..

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