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Perseids, the best meteor shower of the year, peaks tonight
"You only Netflix or cable TV to see a good show tonight. All you'll need to do is Look up, KCBS reporter Melissa Colorado's explains That show is the Percy and meteor shower. And if you want to see it, find yourself a relatively dark place. You can't want to get away from city lights and just kind of sit back and periodically you'll see streaks going across the sky like shooting stars. Szabo Space in Science Center astronomer Gerald McKeon says those are Meteors left behind in a stream by the Comets with Tuttle. The earth passes through that stream every year at this time, and the Meteors that enter our atmosphere burn up, creating the streaks When it hits its peak. The person meteor shower can produce up to 60 Meteors an hour, So it's one of the most active meteor showers of the year make, Egan says the best time to see the shower is late tonight into early tomorrow morning. And that you won't want to use binoculars or a telescope because the Meteors can appear anywhere in the sky. Melissa call Ross KCBS
"mckeon" Discussed on Living with Lyme
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Surge in virus hospitalizations strains Houston hospitals
"Deal with a surgeon Corona virus cases just in the Houston area. The number of patients and eating an I C U bed has risen every day for the past week. McKeon is the CEO of the Texas Medical Center in Houston. We used to be known as one of the states that had it completely under control, and now we're in the top two or three states that are looking at this massive surge, he says. Even when beds are available, there is not enough staff to take care of the patients lying in them. Meanwhile, a
"mckeon" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Leading man, but he to me, he lost to me. He became cynical so when I go back Lauren laptops. Yes, so I go back and look at his performances from his younger days, and some of his brilliance, and yet a failed TV show recently because to me, he just doesn't look like he's working hard. Hard. He doesn't look like he's trying. He doesn't look like he cares. And that comes off on camera I thought the writing was mediocre at best I thought the performance by David was so poor that he almost dragged down the greatness of the leading female character. Molly Sims plays one of the other Mris as well, and I was disappointed. Because when I see things like that, it makes me feel old by the way it happened with Eurovision. Eurovision with Will Ferrell, and so when I see these things happen, it bothers me because David spade should be remembered with greatness and people. Watch this. They're just not gonNA. Feel that way, so I'm going to save ninety minutes year time and say don't watch the wrong. Missy harsh harsh. We typically agree we. We have similar tastes in it, but I guess this is all about managing expectations. My expectations were so low that I actually ended up enjoying. Enjoying it because of the performances and David Spade looking like he doesn't care that sort of been his thing for twenty five plus years, so maybe not the fairest of criticisms, because at this point you gotTa. Know what David Spade is a fully formed adult game changer for anybody, but I thought Laura Lauren Lub. Guess was particularly Great in this role, and I hope big things for her, because she she had a spot on HBO crashing. That I thought was quite good to a short-lived show. That probably should still be around. It was really good. I want a great lesson. Mike about expectations right. I win with high expectations, and so two people can view the same thing and the frame of reference they have is what changes everything and that's what happened in this guests. Yeah, I don't I. Don't think you can watch it on an airline because it's a netflix exclusive but. It's a good airline flick I think perfect. Yeah you've been watching kingdom on Netflix base on the strong recommendation. I gave from last week. What is your? What is your initial thoughts as you're making your way through this series? I've got bags under my eyes. Because I I can't stop and it is a tremendous series. I can't believe the acting I can't believe it's the. It's the artists from billions. Frank Grillo who I never heard of the FRY some on. On billions is is the lead, and he's terrific and I love our every all the actors all the actresses. There is a great combination of of fighting of sex of sweat of drama of drugs of anger of family of scarring. It's it's unreal gray recognition I'd never heard of it and I have still twenty five more episodes and I feel like the luckiest guy in the world I can't wait to this call. Season to Jonathan Tucker in particular. I think this should be a huge movie so I know I said that before, but. His character has the most trauma because of the family dynamic. That's going on there. Getting pulled and billy. A different directions the the scenes with his girlfriend at the time. I mean just truly heart wrenching stuff there Natalie Martinez. An actress from Miami links on in season two. She does a really great job in that show as well so I. Really Thank you for taking me up on that recommendation, because this is a very underrated show, just because not a lot of people know about it and I'm hoping that we breathe new life into the series because I still feel like they got stories to tell. Because at third season feels kinda rushed because of whatever was going on behind the scenes I'm excited to let people now. I'm going to review it on nothing personal. Personal once I'm done with it, but it's the best part of my day. Right now is getting back to kingdom, so thank you for that all right David Samson. We will talk to you unless you're this next week. I'M GONNA be back next week. We'll go. We'll text back and forth to see if we should invite Jack on there. Maybe trade a few stories behind the scenes of I want I. Need to hear this toilet. Sorry I need to hear you tell Jack that you saw him and and experience that altogether so next week will. Thanks for thanks for making this APP and Mike Oh no. Thank you for making that happen, so thank to Chris Wittingham to who was. Essential in! We didn't see Jack mckeon naked this time around, so we will talk to you next week..
"mckeon" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Go by Jack I bunny. I. I. Don't see you guys anymore, but I still. Am you're still in Missoula. Let's push on David so I watch it. There's a new David spade movie that came out on Netflix which I couldn't believe. He's making a new movie, so I watched it. It's it's called the wrong missy. By the way this is exactly when bad things happen. What's going on right now? My consume. Do. We, can we? We have an Admin in the room. Let's go ahead and do this for deported Jag, because I don't think I can keep it together. Thank you, Chris. Pardon me pardon me when I was saying you can go ahead and leave. The zoom chat now thought that that might be a little bit more complicated. On the Internet that goes viral when the camera still on and Jack. and. He starts going back to bed. We were ten seconds away from taking a new Jack mckeon. Oh, you've seen a new Jack mckeon of my God. Yes, I have. I should have asked him about. How did you not ask him about the toilet story? I? Don't the toilets okay? We definitely have to have him back on. You think you'd WanNa do this again. We now that he's done at once. I think there's at least a ten percent chance he can do it again. We just won't ask them to leave. Zoom early Oh God. That was funny. anyways. David Spade made a movie called the wrong missy. And it's so bad really at I was thinking to myself. What happened to David? Spade and he looks older result, or that's fine, but did he make this movie thinking that any part of it was funny that any line there is a wonderful actress who plays one of the MRIs who's a comedian who is tremendous and I forgot her name she. She's good in it. I gotta I gotTa find her name to because I I saw this movie, and my expectations were so low, that I actually ended up enjoying it. It was lights was short and her performance. In particular, the title character was I thought what kept the the movie flow because? David has aged so much that it's not very convincing as a leading man, even though their relationship is somewhat believable, and so he's Asia's.
"mckeon" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"What went on behind the scenes? Jack that we tried to shield you from is there were a lot of moments like that? Where there would be matchups, or his advisers would give him ups, and then Larry or I would have to go to the clubhouse and say hey. Who's in the lineup today? Are you thinking about catching Redmond giving Pudge Day off? This is because winning in New York Shea Stadium was critical for us because he didn't like the mats and wanted to win and you're. You were very difficult in those situations. Jack, because you really didn't care. One suggested in any way. Time except me had to deliver that message. Back to Jeff for all. The I. Ever I never looked at. All I can say. Is that A wall of all clubs I've ever worked for you Jeffrey and the whole organization. That never bothered me I mean it was nobody coming in and telling you how to do this added. We hired you do the job. Get us to the world series Ns what I did, but no one ever bothered me but I tell people. How difficult is it? I said that was easiest club I work with. They were great. It was like a family. Run by? Let me do the job and. I don't think they criticises they may. Be Back but I didn't care I look. David. How is this just a Jack Semo? And how much was it true when it just came to Jack Jack Jack Probably bought a lot of capital especially without world series with you guys, but that goes against the narrative of your your meddling ownership so I think that. was after three as we went into Oh, four, no five. We struggled those years and we kept thinking. We had a team that we thought could get it done in five, and it just became a struggle. We couldn't recapture that Oh three magic and I think Jack would agree that. The season was just a big disappointment and I think that if you look to a Game Jack, that defined that Oh five season, and where the frustration level had just boiled over would be that game. Game in Houston with Clemens against pitching against on trial. Do you remember that Game Jack? Oh I remember that game I was at a coldplay concert name for theater, and you guys weren't wildcard chase, and we absolutely needed that game, and I was so worried that we were playing clements, who I thought I'd seen retire and got out of my seat and gave them a super nice gesture. All Terrible Baseball fans here in Florida, doing the right thing, and then all of a sudden. Guys eliminating when the playoffs that was a massive game. Who Started? That was Dontrelle Burnett pitched. Nick Yeah it was. Photographic memory while I was at a coldplay concert. Yeah, that was that was the most heartbreaking loss of that season David's. We were family. Jack. You were you we were family and that's something that you don't hear talked about with the marlins now since the sale that that's sort of family, atmosphere has definitely away Jack or there's no question and you go back to five fifteen. We didn't have that we didn't have that FAMILY GROUP IT WE! We had a group that was probably another year. We can straighten it out only thing I just point. Point I should have been demanding open. That's need him. Now would have been one of you would have been a success while Jack was brought back after a retirement. David can you walk through quickly? What how this decision came about because as Marlins. Fan I obviously love N.. A world series champion back in the Dugout, but Jack was getting older, and this was certainly a curious decision kind of went on a little run. There, knoller elevated go right back now. One bit. David Jack. It's what happened after Oh five as you know. He went through a bunch of managers and were looking for Jack. That's the bottom line. We spent the rest of our careers chasing Jack and there's a little nod to chase you name me, and that's really what we were doing trying to find someone who could bring that respect to the clubhouse. Bring that understanding of how we like to operate. Who is willing to do it the way he wanted, but understood that dealing with me dealing with Jeffrey dealing with Larry, dealing with Mike Kill. It was all part of the job and. And we were going through another managerial change. And Jeffrey said You know what what about Jack You know you know I'm still with us. We still talk and I said listen I, you know we have to talk to him. But the rigors of the game or hard, and the travels hard and I was worried about Jack's age and we spoke to Jack and Jack was ready to go, and so we made that switch, and I remember walking into the clubhouse your first day back for round two Jack. It felt it felt really good while I enjoyed. Come back and like I said. I realized coming back this time. Hey, in all. I don't think I can work at magic with the club. We had at that time, but I did remember one thing of preaching to the guys. Hey if we get the five hundred, we're GONNA take off, and we got the five hundred. If you remember and all of a sudden Ramirez went down second baseman than fun thing down a pitcher went down, and we had nothing to bring up, and that killed us right there. That was the end of that, but I firmly believe am. I GONNA turn that around to having a winning season, maybe not making the playoffs at least having a winning season, but unfortunately didn't work out. To, talk to you sick with the with the marlins organization as a described. What's been described as a luminary? Let's fast forward a little bit, too. Conversation start happening and it seems as Oh. Jeffrey Loria is going to sell the team. Derek jeeter than gets the team and controversially. Let's go of these marlins legends. Tony Perez Andre Dawson and and you're among them. How did you obviously this is an awkward conversation? David had to have it to you. Maybe I'll. I'll see to David here. David Wonka's through. What exactly happens there and? And the heartbreaking conversation you have to Jack So gener knew that we had Dawson. Peres, Conan Jack and they were assistants. Co Nine Resin Dawson. Their titles were Assistant to the president specialist system to the President Jack title that time was Special Assistant to the owner was Jaffrey, and when you're selling a team, their lists of people and what their job titles are and what their salaries are. Are and I was told pretty early on during the process with Derek that that was going be for those. We're going to be four positions that he was gonna not continuous and I explained that I think you'll be why sue. These are people connected to the history of the Marlins Jack won the world series. Jeff is Mr Marlin and Andrei Tony to hall of famers. These are two. Two legends WHO WILL DRESS DURING SPRING TRAINING? They'll be helpful. They'll go to the minor leagues and look at your players..
"mckeon" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"And having fun, and you know what was by expansive or the players expense. We had some fun. They call be different names. I'd call him different names you know. Sometimes it was sometimes I forgot their name but other. TIMES GONNA. Join the Club I. Call Him I forget what I call them I. Call Her name Go. Jal Pension. So that's Marlin? Joel is. It was unreal Conan. Still talks about it to this day that you're the only manager ever had ever who could not call him by his right name, and it continues to this day where the two of you joke around now, but at the time I'm not so sure it was a joke known first time I you know I did join the club. That much sociology at that time but I. Forget what I call them now every time I say. A Jim is say hey, Lord and Metropolitan. recalled. I saw. His son was playing up Duke couple years ago. and. I went over to the game and they saw jeff his wife. And I said Hey. Jolly I WANNA. Ask You one more, two, thousand and three question, and then I want to ask you about your return to the Marlins and then. How you. Sort of got like go by. David Samson awkwardly enough on on the orders of Derek Jeeter but Take me inside that. -partment game. Really I think the guy that's most happy about. See is actually Alex Gonzalez from the cubs for booting that tailor-made double-play. Then you start pushing all the right buttons. Just walk me through. Like in the dugout where everything starts clicking, and what was a turning point that you guys thought it had? It wasn't when Alex Gonzalez botched the double play. What was going through your mind and I mean Hollandsworth came in. Their banks came in there. A lot of guys weren't really their numbers weren't called that often start making key contributions in that ending rupp's walk me through that ending in particular well, we're down and we need we need. That club we had was very unselfish club, and it seemed like we took advantage of every opportunity. We got you know and we're. GonNa go back to giants the guy. Mr Floodwall rightfielder Gibson opening, we came through, and we just kept waiting and waiting and we get to eighth inning. and. What's his name leads off. You know with the trouble Why? It looked like hey, this is it for us? We need somebody. Give us a break while we got the break with Barkman and then the real break with with Ghazali. When he boots the double play ball, it would have taken you know bus right at the beginning, but you know after that you know, thank started a pile on. As I. Did I show with Bob Costas? Gonzalo is Mike Law up in New York one time talking about that game, and I always had a secret weapon, and the funny thing is we get the lead in now? All of a sudden I had pinch hit for our double switch with Gonzales. A shortstop and put Mordechai inner Mordechai thumbs up and clears the basis. Would have you know a double? That makes it an eight eight run innings instead of a five running and. They always give me and they said well. How come you ever come in? What would Mordechai because? He's been our secret weapon all year long these it all runs and commended pinch hit home run in the eighth inning. Take him out of the Mike Lola the game for Pinch runner in the ninth inning and table the criticized often you take a thirty game on a thirty home. Run hitter I the game, I some trying to win in nine I'm not claimed for twelve or thirteen, but the guy put into place third base with be immortal. And he this home run to win the game. So yeah. I remember that nationally was It was a head-scratching decision, but watching Mike Mordecai throughout that season. He was a player. You could depend on had a lot of big moments I think he had a walk off earlier that season David, little mikey Mordechai the secret weapon. That's so you guys go on? Obviously when the World Series in Yankee Stadium David us about all the great stories, there your time with the marlins comes to an end. You retire then all of the sudden. David so. We went out we get to the world series. And and Jeffrey comes to me and he said Jack Are you going to have a meeting with your team and? Monuments everything out Yankee. I said Jeffrey. Are you out of your damn mind? I said he's got it. All of their playing in hoboken or new. York or going to function, and we talk about Yankee Stadium. Always interrupt when you've got a great. By the was because Jeffries a Yankee Guy, so he felt the lower of Yankee stadium better than anybody right there David I can tell you one more story, but Jeffrey. Learn New York complained the mets and Glasgow pitch against them against us this Knighton. By ten o'clock in the morning to followers Jeffrey who's catching tonight? I should pudge. Don't you know the to? Redman hits eight hundred against Levin? Owns different I said Jeffrey. We his eight thousand budgets which. Hits. A two run homer in the first any and win the game to nothing so after the Game Jeffrey Office..
"mckeon" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Guy was screaming about. This is ten o'clock God. Damn bus, and I'm telling you right now. We're leaving ten meanwhile Larry Bind, fest and I are up in the suite in our sweet. Because all the players we had gotten rid of their rooms because it was passed checkout time, but we kept our room, so we're on our bathrobes watching the. The Red Sox game. We don't want to be with team. He'll WANNA be sitting there in the ballroom, sitting on the floor so jack we find out from bill back. That Jack wants to leave, and we said Bill Jack. We're not leaving till it's over. We don't know where the team's going to go and Jack Bill. Cosby back and says Jack is losing his mind and I said built. Forget it just tell. Tell them. We'll leave when the game's over and then Jack got involved, and we found out, Jack was GonNA. Take the team bus and just go to the airport and leave me and Larry up in the hotel suites, so Larry and I are furious. We get dressed. We go downstairs. We opened the elevator and Jack starts yelling like just going crazy, and it didn't stop even on the team bus right Jack. Shutout at. Oh Shit. That's great. I wasn't even really the I was asking about Josh Beckett specifically on three days resume. You gave us a good story there, Jack, where you doing that in front of the team on purpose, or were you just irked and they were just. There I was no, I wasn't trying to show them up I just. That was mad and I. I'm I designed. Was the win and I had an good. Good frame of mind and I didn't want him to all Griping I. I wanted to get that thing going I. WanNa talk about some managerial. Series obviously the the Josh Beckett three games rest. Thing is what everybody remembers, but I was at that game was a game. Five Karl von start in the Alex is Homerun David Game Four? Braden looper comes into that came in Brandon was very shaky leading up to that point, and he was going after he was going up against weaver, and it was sort of like all right. We both know that one of these guys are gonNA. Get lit up like a gas. Can which one is it and looper comes in and gets you guys out of a Jam Obviously I'm sure David. You were nervous I'm sure everyone on the team was nervous in that dugout. You guys knew the situation with and at that time Jack. What was your frame of mind in that decision? Did you have other options you? If you GONNA, go down. You're going to go down with your trust. In brayden that seemed like one of the momentous. Of that world series well I. I don't remember what I remember, the situation but I don't know what. My thought of mine was at that particular time, but. I I trusted looper that time and we're. What happened in near a Helluva wasn't getting the job done so I had to go to Lopa or woman up, but. He did a job. I mean he he he he slacked off a little bit towards the end of the year, and we went to WHO Bena, but then. You know we had to come back and Newsham in certain situations, and he did the Job David Gag I wanna remind you of something. I'm sorry Mike, when you're talking about our trust and Braden looper you have to know at that time in the playoffs are being arm was basically falling off, so he was not as effective as you would remember or think in the playoffs because we had used them correctly so Jack's view which I agree with us. These guys to arm falls off because we're trying to win right now. But Jack Looking at our entire playoff run an oath three. What would you say.
"mckeon" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"COM. Does about the argument. Well is a funny. We win one. We had to wait. We had a wait on them. We had a weight on the. Janke Boston game to see where we're going. We didn't know so we clint's today early in the play, the worst sitting around the hotel in Chicago and we had made it agreement GonNa leave at ten o'clock well. We figured we know what it right, but the game was going into extra innings well. All the guys were out of a room. They put aside about rooms now. The Guys Hang Around Barn, getting disgusted so I see my. Traveling Secretary Bill Becker said what time is ten o'clock bus leave and it was about ten thirty then who said well? You know. David and not. Larry said well, we'll wait a little bit I. Call up the Tom. Get there s down here because we're leaving. And when down air, I was mad I was mad. I saw sparking the elevator and we got into it and. Run, the country club here I'm trying to win here, okay? So. Argument, Kept saying shut up, shut up. You'll get fired I said. I'M GONNA win. David was even a consideration, so it was not a consideration to fire him prior to the world series even. After manager of the year is downplaying the argument a little bit because he and I love each other. He was yelling in front of the players in front of the staff and speed, so what I thought was disrespectful in angry and his wife Carol. WHO's the most wonderful beautiful? Amazing woman is basically elbowing him in the stomach. Saying you have to stop this because she really thought that somehow he'd be fired, right? Right then and there, but Jack wouldn't stop. He was like a crazy guy was screaming about. This is ten o'clock God. Damn bus, and I'm telling you right now. We're leaving ten meanwhile Larry Bind, fest and I are up in the suite in.
"mckeon" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Than have anyone have input into what you? You were doing, and that kept going all the way through your choice of pitching rotation at the end of the world series, and it goes back to the day that you benched Puch was no question about that, but I'll say this that. After the next day he came in apologize, and from that day on, he was probably the best leader ever on any club I mean he just took command and was very respectful and. When I look back and say hey, here's a guy that was you know cuddled. Does hope all career? No one ever discipline anything he wanted to do, he can do now. All of a sudden. I put a stop that and I think was a wake up call for him. and. I tell you it was. It was just super, while I'll take the transition that dave sort of alluded to. Let's fast forward to that world series, and the staff is really clicking in the playoffs and Josh Beckett finally taps into that potential that it seems as though you believe he had in while. You mentioned that you were writing him and saying that he had the potential. Potential to be twenty game winner I remember told the story that I was uneasy about Josh Beckett starting at in like our chances on such short rest. How difficult of a decision was that? Did you have to fight with the organization to go ahead and Pitch Josh on three days rest in that world series well, obviously not trying to throw the ownership under the bus I didn't. Ask anybody as I made up my mind. This guy's GonNa Pitch at called. By first of all looked at it this way growing up in New York I knew the mystic. You know you get them to seven games. Something good happens to them and I. Ain't no way am and Redmond was scheduled. His term was scheduled. The pitch and the cubs beat around. The Yankees had knocked them round game, one or two whatever to I can't this. I know I'm giving up game six. Get the to get the game seven. I said to hell I'm going so I call Beckett in and I said hey up ticket about pitching his six on the on the six game there with three days rest. What do you think he said? Let me run through a few. Bullpen, he threw a few few minutes out. There gave back any I'm your guy. That's all I needed David. How did that go over with the front office? So Jackie remember when we were flying to new. York, and the argument that you and I had in front of everybody. Do you recall that or not? I love. Stugatz here. Support for the Dan Lebatardshow Woods to God's podcast comes for our friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans home. Today is so much more than it was yesterday, but at rocket mortgage home is still all about you..
"mckeon" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"I may be on vacation, but I am coming in for this local hour, because it is a very special edition of David, Samson showed David. You out to me after we spoke about Jack mckeon, the possibility of getting Jack on the local hour with us, but that is complicated for a lot of people, but certainly trader Jack I mean. How can you explain zoom to Jack mckeon? But we have done it and Jack. mckeon is here David. This is an even greater achievement than getting a stadium built. I'm so happy, Jack, that's your hair. It's so good to see you although I see you with a W. on your shirt and it makes me very sad to see you with A. A nationals logo and not a Marlins logo I'll tell you if it was. If you guys were stolen operation you and Jeffrey at all I'd be having a models, but I'm when they fired me. Forget forget the MARLINS embassy. Wow, for forget the Marlins, but well I certainly want to get into that because David has touched on what happened to the Group of Moorlands luminaries this they've been dubbed in the media and your unfair treatment on your way out and Sarrazin as you articulated the reason why you are wearing a world champion Washington nationals. Shirt but I want to start with you where David started last week. Which is you know? The MARLINS are coming out of their managerial relationship with. Tour Borg and Jack McCain's name is floated out. Not really a candidate that was in strong contention, but as it was positioned, was a meeting that was certainly worth taking so you meet with Jeffrey Loria and was Larry David. Larry says at a Deli, and David tells me you had no idea what Jeffrey Loria first name was. That's true well. We had was funny when I got. Picked up at the airport news went over to the Deli. I was a little bit early, so I was sitting out there. on one of the benches outside the Delhi. Smoking Cigar and i. didn't I was going to say I never met Jeffrey before I'd met Larry One time anyway? I see this guy coming across the street. And I guess about twenty five feet from. Jeffrey he said Yeah You Jack, and that's how we met so anyway after discussion. We had lunch in so forth. No, I didn't really think I was being interviewed for the job. I would start our talent star reason. Jolly Finley stories having a good time with those.
McGinn’s NFL Draft Series: Scouts on top quarterbacks
"Bob McKeon who it writes for the athletic talks to a lot of gaps and I'm not sure where he's based but here's one scout said I just don't see borough as the guy they bring in the new offense everything changed he's got all those great receivers around him to nine inch hands soft body build this is what the scout said offering up this about borough he talked up but Burris leadership in moxie and quote magical ability to process quickly but they're you know they're people that feel that there's bust potential Joe burrow
Body of Gideon McKean, great-grandson of RFK, found after 5 days
"Really sad news says the forty seven now recovered the body of eight year old Gideon the key in the great grandson of Robert F. Kennedy Getty and his mother Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKeon what went missing last Thursday after a canoeing accident the body of the eight year old found this afternoon just two days after the body of his mother was pulled from
Gender Inequality and Women in the Workplace
"Take a look around you on any given day and it won't take long to notice. Women don't have equal rights but there's one place where we find some of the more shocking examples that's at work statistics candidates with its latest numbers on the gender wage gap college and university graduates. Who are men earned more on average than their female counterparts worth eighty two percent of Canadian women viewed as over bearing if they had a strong opinion at work but on the flip side to that it's eighty seven percent felt men who expressed strong opinions at work are viewed as leaders and confident woman. Now hold twenty. Four percent of senior management positions globally. Those numbers are important because workplace. Equality is what's generally used to measure women's progress and the progress we've made can't be ignored but women still don't earn or own as much as their male counterparts and those positions at the very top of the power structure. Women rarely occupied them even when they do. The same challenges persist this is despite messages of empowerment being touted globally despite women being encouraged to have more confidence and to own their own careers. So what's stopping us from getting to the top and staying there? And how do we change it? I'm Stephanie Phillips in for Jordan Heath Rawlings. This is the big story. Laurent mckeon is the author of no more nice girls a book about gender and power. An excerpt from her book recently appeared in the Walrus island so when we look at statistics of women in power in positions of power in Canada however we represented at the top Not Very well in fact in a lot of industries and spheres of public life We're not really represented at all and I think what makes it. Even more depressing is that you can see the disparity between representations sort of at the middle bottom where women are represented and then when we get to the top you know and they're not so for example thirty eight percent of all. Mba Students in Canada are women which is not parody but is okay but then when you look at Executive positions in Canada fewer than ten percent of women occupy those positions. So we start to see the disparity when we look at government has vote. We are represented among half of the voting population But then you get to the level of MP's for example we see that the number hovers around like twenty five thirty percent of most years and we look historically and only eleven percent of premiers in Canada. Have been women so you know it just once you get to the top. It's like where are we? We're not really there at all. So eleven percent. How many premieres is that actually? Eleven Eleven Hodel not even present so eleven total and the I was not elected until nineteen ninety one and one hundred and fifty years. Yeah those are kind of depressing numbers. So what happens when women do get to the top? Yeah I think we believe that wants women get to the top. You know. We're at the top and we will have the you know the power that we fought for for the C. O. You know we will run the company. People will listen to us. We'll stop having to deal with maybe all the B. S. that we dealt with When we were working our way up but that's not true. We have this idea of a glass ceiling and you know we shut her through it and then we are on the other side but we're not thinking about all the broken glass but still there once we shatter and in fact the stats. Here are pretty depressing. As well. We know that once women occupy the C. Suite their pickup actually widens to sixty eight cents For every dollar a man earns from I believe seventy eight or seventy nine so it. It dips earlier and on top of that. We also know that women like women. Ceo's are significantly more likely to be fired forty five percent more likely to be fired even when they're doing well like especially when they're doing well because it's like oh like well now's the time to get the white dude back in here like you know. Now we can You know really. Innovate and exciting. Again women are also far more likely to get hired when a company is in crisis. So it's forty percent of women are hired when a company is crisis versus twenty percent of men and we could say. Well that's great. That's because we trust women when companies in crisis but is actually a research shows that is actually because it's easier to blame women when things don't turn around and it's easier to replace them when they do so. There's this white savior effect where women people of color are often replaced by the white savior. Who Comes in and saves the company from you know the disaster that they put it in and it's all just smoke and mirrors to kind of maintain the power balances that were used to. Can you talk about more of the double standard between women and men when they're in the are in positions of power? Yeah a lot of women that I spoke to and and the research but you know women that spoke to feel that. They're kind of in the situation where they can't win. And it's sort of this double expectation Particularly when your power and the idea that you're supposed to be nice but not too nice and you're supposed to be you know a boss but not bossie or else you might get called another be word that is not as flattering You know they're supposed to be attractive but not too sexual authoritative but not mean and it kind of just swings back and forth until you're like well. What am I supposed to be like? You know I'm you can't win and you're left to follow this very narrow tightrope that is incredibly easy to fall off of. Yeah it's I think you described it as superhuman almost in your writing right yeah. It's the standards set like no one can live up to that. And you know we've found that when you inevitably don't live up to this impossible standard your judge so much more harshly Then men are in a working environment so I wanted to talk about the pedestrian bridge that collapsed at Florida International University. Can you can you tell me about a bit about that story? Yeah so it was a real story. Yes which and why emphasize that will become important in. Just a few seconds so in twenty eighteen other bridge collapsed and six people died and out of that real horrible incident Sort of this myth grew online until people believed it and it was the mid that an all women engineering team built the bridge and people created fake news actual fake news that spread and they cribbed all of these photos from the actual company that was responsible but from their international women's Day posts so they just pretended and made all these fake sites and links so that it looked like only women worked out the company. Wow and then a lot of people would say like well. That's what happens when you hire female engineers. No wonder they aren't in stem and it wasn't just on the Internet. I would hear this story repeated to me more than a year later or just regular people be like. That's not true. It's not what happened but it shows. I think the power of the kind of societal Gulab. That women are not competent in certain fields in particular he feels that are historically male dominated. I mean this is not the only time women have been blamed for something. That isn't their fault wire. Wire women the scapegoat when things go wrong. You know. I think that were just kind of we're primed for it in a lot of ways like as a society were primed to blame women. We blame mothers when kids do something bad and we you know wives when husbands. Do something bad you know. It's always the story of like well. What did she do to make him do that? You know that kind of a narrative that has persisted in politics and pop culture. You know we look back at history and literature. We're just so predisposed to do it when someone nudges us there we go the whole way. And then how does that play out for women? Who are in positions of power. What does that look like at the top were often really adverse to the idea of women in power and you know for a lot of people that I spoke to who you know started thinking about this or maybe changed the way. They approached power and leadership for them. A big moment in history was Hillary Clinton's loss and the polls expected that she was going to come out ahead. You know everyone thought it would be okay. Even though is seeing the herring that she took in the press and sort of the the hate that was happening on social media and and then you know she just became like this ultimate person. Who CAN'T DO ANYTHING RIGHT? You know. It was criticized when she got emotional. She was criticized when she was powerful. Choose was criticized for what she was wearing issues to five hundred masculine and she wasn't perfect of course but she became This symbol for everything like we don't like about women in power and when they get to the top they topple you know they become such a target That people just work very hard to take them down right. So can you explain the he skilled? She's lucky phenomenon. Yeah there's this phenomenon that researchers I've done what you just said that he's skilled. She's lucky and is this tendency that we have to would may look at men and women empower you know and whether that's in a very public position or maybe just like in in our own small company were man's promoted or women has been promoted and we tend to fall back into these very stereotypical traditional narratives. Which are like well. He got there because he's so good at this one account or he really killed this project and of course he deserves to be there and if it's a woman we say well she's lucky is probably because she's attractive or you know she was really nice to the boss or like and it. Kinda just goes from there. But it's not just other people that follow this narrative women fall into this narrative. Allot to you'll hear and that's part of how the term got coined because you'll hear a lot of women. Researchers have heard a lot of women that they interviewed like. Ceo's people in powerful positions when they're asked how they got there. Just had this like really lucky break. I was really lucky to be in the right place at the right time and you know kind of fell my way when I got really lucky with this one piece of success we ha- we buy into the narrative to in it. It perpetuates it. Gotcha I WANNA get more into that in a bid but I. I don't want to ignore the intersection of race and gender here so what happens to a woman of color who has the same qualifications as an a woman with a so called white name? Who's applying for the same job right? Power is so layered and our perceptions of power and who deserves to be empower and who's skilled and not lucky really becomes more complicated
"mckeon" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"McKeon also produce in Darwin's ugh the deal can knock out an update he'll be buying about twenty seven minutes a lot to talk about in the final two hours will continue with our wonderful back and forth conversation with the Wall Street journal bomb shell report from yesterday with more on the Astros cheating and an algorithm and code breaker and dark arts and how dirty in CD and ugly it is and how Major League Baseball just gave immunity to the players and this is going to go away because of the off season and now I will get to the red Sox before spring training if anything happens to browse skews gone core is gone no red Sox players will be punished no Astros players are punished because you can't knock out two of your top five franchises in Houston in Boston he just can't so front office people don't go managers can go and then the baseball code for those players what's a guy like Carlos Beltran who can't even manage because he's connected to the Astros their era but he doesn't get immunity because he's not a current player Dr Manfred trying to be slick while he's balancing what is the long term sustainability of Major League Baseball think about I mean they're tested robots in the minors runners on second in extra innings trying to restart a new baseball generation so he can just blow up the Astros of the red Sox he has to protect the credibility of the game so a manager in a GM both go then AJ hence that interview was just brutal anything anybody connected this is you know once bought a war so what do you do as more comes out does that does baseball know everything yeah they give us everything it seems they then especially when you read the Wall Street journal report so what's the future I I th I believe now who when you look at the Astros using cheating but what's interesting is that when the red Sox are slapped on the wrist were relying on you know signals on an apple watch in the dugout or somebody was sitting there there was no news coverage of it there is nothing and even now the red Sox in a waiting for what will come down no one that no players are going to be punished war what do you have you have core gone and you have the browse ski one I doubt that has anything to do with sign stay on it has to do with trade away everybody and spent a lot of money and you kind of hit the wall red Sox fans one more rankings so I'm asking you if you're Jim crane the owner of the Astros and has said this and again I don't know what my lawyers at sit down and say okay players have immunity from the in suspended but what if I just released any player and and showed him the door and sacrifice to season and it might be more in the season if you got rid of your hello three top players at say you you might sacrifice three to five years so now you get into money get in the suite to get in the scene to get in the TV deals in doing the right thing is a lost art in sports for the most part it is but I'm asking you what would you do if you're the Astros owner rob Manfred your hands are tied because you can't blow up the red Sox and the Astros I mean if you were talking about name the five best franchises in baseball right now Dodgers Yankees Astros red Sox and I'm just talking about money canal cubs probably what what you probably go there right I think you would most people so that's two of your top five demand for is worried about a new TV money here you have a very successful franchises and you have people not drawing flies or spend any money your your Manfredonia talking about split the season between Montreal in Tampa Bay what's that thinking this call be in desperate in trying to bring the Canadian audience in because you would like to see so more growth in baseball that international cities are clamoring for your product the TV ratings aren't what are necessary to get make a billion dollar deals so now you have a cheating scandal what's your mode of operation we're just going to get rid of the manager in the GM and a five million dollar fine in some draft picks are gonna be taken away and the players all get immunity because at the end of the day people are buying tickets in Houston or Boston for the browse gear Cora before AJ Hinch or Jeff Luna they're buying tickets to watch the stars money wins here the space was trying to figure out what its future is electronic strike zone Rowbottom players runners on second we speeded up we need to speed up if we speeded up it's going to be better for T. V. faster game the young people watch no because if you speed it up and change it too much you're gonna lose the traditional thing on the baseball purist then you're dead in the water if you look at the other sports and you see friends sports growing okay in you look at soccer or hello is hockey growing you know if you if you look at that you might say okay they're in the game now MLB said that they had fan growth T. V. digital viewership no baseball and softball a combined attendance of nearly a hundred ten million fans across Major League Baseball and minor league baseball but they were talking about contracted with the minor league cities nearly a Mrs again with the study you SSRIs lugar's transports for research nearly one hundred seventy million people twelve or older call themselves MLB fans today more now than at any point in the past twenty five years Hey when we talk about the international growth tenants were the first ones there isn't any eggs a red Sox was almost sixty.
The Facts of Life Cast Reunites for Lifetime's Holiday Special You Light Up My Christmas
"News lifetime reunites facts of life stars for how they move feels I would like to think listener and friend needs for alerting me to this immediately the facts of life stars Kim fields Mindy Cohn Lisa Whelchel N. Nancy McKeon are reuniting for a light up my Christmas hearing December first on the lifetime channel I can't now that Lisa Whelchel didn't tell us about this when we hung out with each how dare she will send a tersely worded tweet to her later but in the meantime let me tell you about this because according to people which exclusively announced the noon Kim fields is gonna be the executive producer now this is not the facts of life okay this is a movie with the stars the facts of life but not in the characters that they played on the facts of life exactly so these are some of us are really based on a true story in the RAF okay go ahead based on a true story the movie tells the story of Emma Kim fields a woman who helps remind her home town about the importance of embracing the holidays here at this time now is a bunch of stuff we don't care about okay I don't know what this movie is going to be about but they're all going to be in the movie and I couldn't be happier I said to my friend name I wonder if they're gonna do like a C. GI Charlotte rae because you know Mrs Kerry no longer with us even better okay they are literally going to rename here in a name and a skating rink in the town Charlotte Rainey's reacts queue so in the movie will be a nice all hat tip to shore okay I like that that's better than the CG I Charlotte rae because of the little weird right yeah no word on if George Clooney is going to be in it these are gonna be let in there that's the word anyway I don't really know what about now and while I would love them to do an actual facts of life you know actually are you in I'm fine with this because I don't care and I'm gonna see them all in the same place and Mindy Cohn I have not seen on the big or little screen for a thousand years so this is what I like about this I I I I I mean I don't know jury still out however this is what I appreciate about this structure of a reboot is that it's not like they're trying to shoehorn their old characters into a new story here in a way to be some like yeah it just gives them the opportunity to all work together again and gives us sort of did it scratches that nostalgic itch for us but it'll be I'll be curious to see how it's received and and if it's any good because I think this could be again a way that other shows kind of get around that reboot thing yeah without
Big Day For The Fed And It’s Policy Decisions
"Nathan Karen it's a big day for the fed with a policy decision and more repo operations on the schedule we begin with a look at today's rate decision with Michael McKeon R. Bloomberg ninety nine one Washington newsroom it's not so much what they do as what they plan to do next a twenty five basis point rate cut is baked into the decision but is that the last of eight mid cycle correction as chairman Jay Powell put it in July or do trade in geo political uncertainty mean more cuts are likely it's a communication challenge for Powell get it wrong and yields and the dollar may rise offsetting the fed's easy one more issue does the fed need to change its balance sheet strategy given the backup in repo rates this week in Washington Michael the key Bloomberg
"mckeon" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"And Jacob McKeon were charged with disorderly conduct they will be arraigned at first District Court in central Islip on October thirty first W. CBS news time is for eighteen traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids what's going on out there doing well we had a jam up on the vegan just above the cross Bronx getting onto the Alexander Hamilton I looks like that is cleared away and all the approaches to the cross Bronx into the George seem to be moving pretty wells fairly quiet right now on the cross Bronx I'm glad to say that the couple of our trucker friends called in just to give us the thumbs up to say it's looking good so thank you boys looking good getting over the Throggs neck in the white stone bridge and then down the cross island it looks okay however remember the incident on the eastbound southern state is still causing headaches for you at exit fourteen full road closure saying still in the eastbound direction I'm looking on the cameras I'm not seeing a whole lot of delays maybe because lack of volume but just an FYI so you may want to take sunrise or you cannot go on the Hempstead turnpike to get around that around JFK airport I'm not seeing any delays it's looking good folks getting out of town early going down the van white towards the airport you're moving along nicely no problems to report right now on the queens portion of the bill parkway traveling westbound moving nicely all the way through to Brooklyn up and over the Verrazano bridge on Staten Island we go no problems there and good news on the garden state parkway exit one thirty five all lanes were blocked it looks like that actually now has been cleared away we have alternate side rules suspended for tomorrow on our Labor Day and you don't have to pay those meters either we'll be back in less.
"mckeon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"It. You're going to give this a rating. Out of five garys that much. It's a great. That's a great jam really already downloaded. No, not really mckeon new reason to do. King new reason. Good. That's the difference between men and women. I think. I feel like that women want songs to mean something. Guys. Just want a good beat. Kind of like a relationship. Yeah. Yeah. I am looking at the lyrics. There's a lot of swearing in this song. But anyway, yeah, I like it too. I quite like it as much as you do Ryan. Did you like it? Why is it called Keanu Reeves? I don't know. This may it right? Tackler that boy got the sauce on the Ragu lar-. I don't play. No games less. We talk and fortnight finally knew I made it sitting at the red light when the soccer MAs pull up in the van while I ride. Oh my God children. It's the one eight hundred guy. Hey, that's good. I have no idea. Remember that time we just stumbled on what will be a brand new segment. Donna, cold reads Rapley. Hey, speaking of which you're gonna doing things cold. We haven't taken a call on air all day. I don't think if we did I wasn't paying attention. Tug you're on mytalk one zero seven one happy Martin Luther King junior day who does article. Say that it's actually exact opposite in our hopeful. I'm all about like the sound and the beat and my husband's all about deliri- interesting. Very interesting. Okay. That's not even though I know. Beat though, right? Couldn't you see yourself in this class doing some squats. Oh, yeah. That's what I'm saying. Yeah..
"mckeon" Discussed on WRVA
"RBI. My name is Richard mckeon your home brim guru joined by Everett from Brima cower. You, sir. Your morning. How are you? You know, it's been a it's been a weird week. It has indeed been a lot of weird stuff going on last night. There was a shooting in Florida at a yoga studio, and I wanna take one second tell a quick story. And then pass it on to you. Because I know you've got some things going on that similar to this. As people have listened to the show for the last sixteen years. Now, I have a very strong connection with the Jewish population of Richmond. To to the point that if I met somebody at the synagogue, they said, I listened to your show. I was able to say bad you. Because they're not supposed to listen to the radio on Saturday. Okay. That's that's the way it is. But I mean, there's different sects people. Trust me people. You think there's a lot of different forms of Christianity dry. Judaism. It's baffling, but I can say this story, and it's true. Very first time I ever stepped foot in a synagogue was about ten years ago, probably eight or something like that. And so and put their arm around me, and they said to me what is that? And my reply was that is a Glock seventeen see compensated nine millimeter semiautomatic pistol with eighteen round clip. And their response was why are you taking a gun into a synagogue? And my response was why is there a cop out front? Because of the time because the threats there was police officers that were hired to be out front and for years and years and years, and I'd ever converted to Judaism, nobody had a problem with that. Everybody was a live and let live you are who you are. We love you for who you are. They love me for who. I it was that kind of situation. I mean to the point last last January when I went to the Jewish food fest when I brought my then fiance. I mean, the bookies are coming up is good. Just look at you. I'm not I'm not making a joke here true. But for all those years, I would I would carry my firearm. To a synagogue for. Because nobody else was personal protection. And you know, and I'm not look, I'm not going into the argument, if one person had a gun that could no I'm not gonna make that argument. That's bull. I'm still gonna stick by my theory that to get a concealed weapons license. I believe it should be harder than it is. I believe you should have a certain amount a required certain amount of hours training, just like getting your driver's license. And I have plenty of people that are very pro firearm that agree with me. I cannot say I could draw this and and take somebody. I can't guarantee that I don't know that I've got enough time on the range that I can say I'm a good shot. But I will say this all these years. Nobody had a problem with me doing that. And. I would like people to. Look into learning more. I'm not saying Kerry, I'm not saying get your license. I'm say learn more to have less fear about you were telling me about somebody who's going on at your church. Would you mind, do you mind talking about that? But we had an individual several years ago that create an issue up to including the point where he threatened several members of the congregation as well as a pastor. So that's that's disturbing in and of itself right there. And so. It was decided that that individual no transparent. No trespassing warrant was issued against him. And anytime for a while there was a function going on at the church. There was a deputy outside and we actually lost at least one family that we know of specifically because of that because they just felt like it was. There was just too much going on an unsafe. And this is this listen environment about camaraderie love family God. And I know I put them all in the wrong order. But this is if there's any place you're supposed to feel safe. Yeah. Exactly. And it's like the the church in South Carolina. Yeah. The one in Texas. You know, those people thought they were safe and some crazy person comes out and start shooting. And it's it's a shame that we live in those kinds of fears. We have to live with those kinds of fears these days, but. It's it's just unfortunate. Now, you said your track churches being proactive about it. Well, we're looking into what do we need to do to improve the safety? We've been to I was part of a training seminar. Where guy was talking about different aspects of safety. You know, what do you do? How do you have things had you stationed people? What do you look for? Do and he mentioned about armed security. And I don't think we're maybe at that point yet. Maybe I don't know. But we'll see you. Well, I mean, what those things are called people should really, you know, it's you don't have to take a seminar. Well, I mean, I'd like you to everybody should. But if you do nothing more than go on YouTube and watch some there's classes there there's there's videos about what to do in an active shooter situation, and you know, the one I I pay special attention to is the run hide fight. Which is exactly what they say. If you can I end saying if you can do it run get as far away from the situation as humanly possible to is hide find a place, and but that last one I think that's gonna be the one that's gonna be so hard for people is there may come a time where if you're back against the wall. You do something anything's better to die in your feet, and then live on your knees. As the way, I've always been. So I'm going to encourage people one. Even if you've my my my wife has had never held a firearm in her life. Okay. She's the same age as me never I shot. My first gun when I was five. And one of the first things we did when we got together we moved into gather. Yes, we were living in sin mother. But you know, the first thing I showed her is where the firearm was and soon after that we took her out shooting. And here's the thing. I didn't teach her how to shoot I told my brother. My brother was a cop in the military six years. He's throwing thousands of rounds through a handgun he taught her and she actually wants to get no take some more training to know. It's not that she wants to use it not that you wanna to carry it. But she doesn't want to be safe around it. And I think that's my that's my that's my you can put the soapbox away now Jordan, but it back in the corner. All right. Got that. This is the home show. The economy is.
"mckeon" Discussed on WRVA
"Home show on NewsRadio WNBA? My name is Richard mckeon. You're humble home improvement. Guru, jordan. We we here at the station. We have a new mascot, a new mascot. Yes. Okay. Okay. Way way back in the day before you were born WNBA had a mascot called Millard the Mallard. Okay. Okay. It was a cartoon duck. Right. And. Well, I'll be honest with you the guy who hired me almost sixteen years ago. One of the things he was told by the company that he worked for because I was three companies go was killed that damn duck. They did away with. But now, we we we got to come up with a name for him. Because I'm referred to. We have a trash panda. The dumpster outside. I've I've seen him. Now. I was I stepped outside just to check the weather and you're in the dumpster poodle. And we have a raccoon we have at raccoon you call them dumpy dumpy dumpy the trash panda. I'd call animal control. You know, what they would do nothing. Collect an animal. This is his habitat he lives around here. So there's not much we can do. But I don't wanna get too close. But I kind of want to feed him. Don't be the you know what? What that's one of the things that I explained to my fiance is my biggest flaw. I'm an enabler Lord. I am. I can't look the difference between men and women. One of the major ones is men. Well, me in particular. I'm I'm a fixer. So my instant thought is problem solution fixed moving on right? And that doesn't work. And so I've had a really readjust my thinking to be more understanding of her thought pattern, and but I am an enabler. I totally am. What we do three or four five eleven forty Wendy and beautiful down to Reina. Hi, richard. I've just installed a new Water Filter in my eyes filter Water Filter refrigerator. Mhm ordered them on Amazon you got the one that replaced it. It says to flush the system with about three gallons of water. How do you flush the system? I mean, the water just comes in automatically and. How to? There's no not really an acceleration. You put in the filter. And then you just start filling water jugs through letting the water flow through the lines and through that filter, and you just, you know, fill up a water jug a couple three times, and then pour it out. Oh, okay. All right now. Here's the way quit Wendy. Be simple. It. Well, it is. But here's the question. You're in Verein ah that means to me, you're on wellwater. Yes. Okay. Well, water. No not in variety. You don't. Yeah. I do. Do I do what are you down there by diamond springs or something? No. Well, no further towards sixty four but we've always had great water year. Like the first person I've heard say that. And I grew up in Verona. I. I cut my plumbing teeth on really crappy water in Verona. So you are blessed. We're lucky. Yes. You are. But yeah, just let just let it flow. It just it gets the compounds in it. Even out and any loose particles. It flushes them out of there that way you can drink it. Okay. All right, Wendy. Okay. Terrific. Thank you. Thank you. Three four five eleven forty. That's how you get through to the show had an interesting conversation yesterday. With my father, Charles McCann when visited by the way, for those of you who know him and have been wondering what's going on? Yes. He did have a bypass surgery earlier this week, and he is feeling better. He he's still in the hospital because it was pretty major surgery when they crack your sternum. That's that's pretty intense. I don't wanna go through it. And I told him it's like you're going to finally change your diet grumble grumble grumble grumble, stop grumbling at me, man. Sixty eight years old you need to start taking care of yourself. So we were talking about the trades because he's still in it. Now, I got out plumbing. Mostly because. Started to feel the wear and tear. It's a hard business. It really is. But somebody has to do it. And he was explaining to me like what he's dealing with now. And what's going through all of the traits all of them every single one of the trades? You name it. They are looking for help. They're looking for people that can work, and I've got too many people that are saying I'm just looking for good help. That's the that's the real key. Good. I talked to an HVAC company the other day, they said they will start. They will start a helper at fifteen bucks an hour. And a helper. That means they hand tools. They carry stuff. They're not technicians. They're just helpers and they're being offered. Fifteen bucks an hour and free schooling to get your license and they can't find any help. Ladies and gentlemen, talk to your kids. Talk to them about getting in the trades. The money is there, and it's going to be ridiculous consumers. You people out there that don't know a trade you are going to be paying so much money for for craftsman. Very soon. My dad was talking to one of the guys over at one of our supply houses who's been in this business for decades. And he said, Charlie I see in the next three to four years. Three to four. That's not long that installing a toilet will cost a thousand dollars. Imagine that a thousand bucks a toilet cost to fifty. Three hundred for a really good too. That's just the toilet. With.
'Dancing With the Stars' new cast announced
"Minutes, but first Kevin, you don't know about this. I don't, but it's huge news ABC as is tradition. This morning unveiled the cast members for season twenty seven of dancing with the stars. All right. Ed. None of us watch dancing with the stars. None of us care about dancing stars. But we are. So delighted with the list comes out because it shows how either how out of touch we are or how few stars they're able to get on the show because we usually have heard of about four of the contestants for DNC with this. I did watch some of last season because of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, okay? Magical day ABC's spectacular career would have been one of the ones we would've said okay legitimate star. And look, we're, you know, we don't know there's a lot of people. We don't know because they could be they could be YouTube stars. They could be east sports players or whatever that we just don't recognize. But Allie has the list in front of her and she's going to reveal to his who's going to be going for the coveted mirror ball this season. I will tell you this. There are thirteen names on this list. Okay. All right. I know six of them. Wow. That's better than usual. That means I know two of them possibly. Okay. First up radio personality, Bobby bones. He's a huge star. He works out of Nashville, practically nationally, syndicated nationally, syndicated. Yeah. That's pretty high profile person for people who listen to country music on the radio. So I think he counts I think that's a legit star. Never. Okay. I've heard he's one of the six hundred I know, right? Do you know the name DeMarcus ware? Marcus where athlete. Basketball player what Paul football. Yes. On the Cowboys from two thousand five to twenty thirteen and then the Broncos for two years ending his career in two thousand sixteen. I think that counts as a celebrity, okay. The name. But I'm sure there are a lot of people out there and cowboy nation who are going to be very excited to see him. Absolutely. What about the name Milo Mannheim never heard of joke clue? Told you he was on a Disney channel show. And what if I told you that show was called zombies? Not a show. What hurt any of those words? No me either. Right. What about the name Danielle stead? Nope. No got nothing. Not here. What if I told you? She's a paralympian. Okay. You'll probably win. Then what if I told you she will be the first ever vision impaired contestant now they've had death contestants before obviously Marlee Matlin. But she she blind. It says vision impaired, but she is a slalom giant slalom downhill and super-g skier, but husband guides her down. Oh, so she has to be come on. That's that's crazy inspiration. Absolutely. She's able to do all that. And now dance. Okay. We accept you. Daniel. Okay. Didn't know who you were until thirty seconds ago. But we're glad you're on the show. What about Joe grocery store? Joe, amityville. I got nothing grocery store. Joe made the list. He's one of the stars. Does he know him? I've just got on. To go out on a limb here. Oh worked for grocery store. He I don't know maybe, but he is from the bachelorette and also bachelor in paradise. I assume he works at a grocery store. Right. Sure. Restored. Joe? Would you want that to be your nickname? No, it's horrible. Listen dancing with the stars is bringing the heat, and it can't be like Joe grocery store. Better than grocery store. Right. So recapping for folks just tuning in. These are the stars. Yes. If you missed him radio personality, Bobby bones. Former NFL start to Marcus wear. Disney channel zombies star Milo Mannheim paralympian Daniel 'instead bachelor bachelor in paradise star joke grocery store, Joe, Emma. Beal see what alleys doing building up here. Kevin and she's going to. Wow, us at the end with you know, like a Billy Corgan. Kanye, sure somebody what about the name, John Schneider. Bo Duke, Bo Duke from the. Completely legitimate be ninety. I. Maybe I don't know. That's a legit star. And by the way, don't forget a whole new star. He was on smallville for like ten years as Clark Kent's father, too, by the way, which wasn't that long ago. I think totally count. All right. I'll get into that. All right. Oh, what about John Pablo de pace? No clue. Pablo t pace who the hell he is on fuller house. Oh, sorry. Bob. We watch every episode. We just missed his name. Right. Sure. He's great. How about this one Nancy mckeon? Intimate. Is she? Her from. If you take the good, you take the bad. You take them both in there. You have the facts of life facts of life. There's a time. You gotta go and show your growing. Now, you know about the facts of life, right? She was of your vet show. She was Joe freaking. That that make her a star was once she wrote the motorcycle, she was like the rebel. She would always wear a hair back in a ponytail. But on the side there were two braids. And I'd always asked my mom to do my hair like that never happened. So you're legit excited about this. And we're still talking about stars. Right. Yes. Okay. This next one I wanted to name my hamster after her, but I lost out and we named him rocky. And then he got out of the cage, and then Alon more ran over him. But that's a whole other story down target. The tough diversion, Mary Lou Retton. Oh. Absolutely. Olympic generalists press nineteen Eighty-four huge is it she like three foot nine or something. Tiny woman. What about to Naci? Tadashi? Right, right. He I saw a concert of his he he's a great rapper. You like him last date or does he or she just go by Tanaka? Well, he's a big enough star. I seen him in concert which is odds because it's a woman, and she is indeed a singer though. Oh, okay. All right. All right. Alexis ren. Know the name. Well, why? Is I don't know the name. I don't know either. She is a maximum covergirl and Sports Illustrated swimsuit rookie from two thousand eighteen will allow it. Okay. All right. And we have a winner. Kevin. You should know this fun Yvonna Lynch. Yvonne, lynch. Dr our stance. And we're trying to figure out who eighty of the are. You're saying specifically, I should know. Yes. Does she play women's soccer? No, maybe you would know her from her character name. Okay. Luna love good. I got nothing over here. Guys. I don't know Harry Potter. Oh, okay. All the Harry Potter movies. But also a great poor name. So you looked a little nervous. I'm not gonna lie. What's your name? Lou. Luna. What in the Harry Potter? Love. Good. Was that a big a big part? Kevin our idea. This is not a this is not a list. It's blinding me with going to wrap it up with somebody that we all know, this is like, no, Paul McCartney. Okay. Huge Alastair Hanks know, Joe Biden, I'm saying. When we all know, okay. Personally, personally. Hold on here on the show. Yeah. Okay. Is it? What's her name, Sarah Shahi? It is not Sarah Shahi. That would have been a great. Yes. It is. Oh, no. Wasn't a great gift because it was wrong. Right. But had has been right thing. Okay. It is a comedian, Sarah Silverman. No, no, she's not desperate. Sorry. Fred. Comics. It is not what you come out Whitney Cummings. Are we thinking too big? Little bit numb. Nikki glaser. You know about that shirk is I would assume she would make it fun absolutely percents. K yeah. So those are the thirteen stars unveiled for the upcoming twenty seven season dancing
Drake Says Ending Beef With Meek Mill Gave Him 'Peace of Mind'
"Would it be like all right as much as we love a good rapid beef. We also love when people can, you know, very the hatchet and just move on. And that is exactly why. Recently happened to I was waiting on the meek mill I told the world that the beef between him and Drake was officially over. But now it's like official official. That's because Drake brought out meek during the Aubrey end the three amigos tour in Boston and surprise the crowd bringing me. Don't. I believe that. I was like, wait. What's going on? And you know what day? So was Drake you posted up a photo of onstage and wrote this really gave me peace of mind, tonight healing and moving forward created one of the most electric and gratifying moments of my career at McNeil. I'm happy that you are home. And that we could find our way back to our joint dope. This shows that anything. Have their moments. They are going to get mad at other people. But it, but you can also move past in as well, so really really dealt to see
"mckeon" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Is ninety one degrees and we're heading for low tonight of seventy two it's four thirty one i'm peter thiel newsradio one zero two point nine k a r n to seventeen year old boys are dead after a triple shooting in pine bluff one died at the scene one died at the operating table fox sixteen price mckeon reports the shooting happened at twenty fifth avenue and i street yesterday police they just after three thirty officers got a call of shots fired in that area soon after two people showed up at a local hospital with gunshot wounds investigators officials investigated the scene as a shooting meet a grim discovery again found a seventeen year old boy shot and killed inside a car in a ditch homeless tend to live in encampments for safety reasons but this time not so safe machetewielding vagrant attacked a fifty four year old man who was injured in little rock now suspect's arrest says of yet someone broke into the mos southwest grill on schnell parkway these made off with two thousand dollars from the safe was strange is there was no sign of a forced entry to the business and it's safe and whomever broke in new the alarm code our state is getting older and more ethnically diverse according to the us census bureau arkansas's now more urban with a rural populations declining the hawks play florida tonight carol college world series at seven on espn florida knocked texas tech out last night i'm peter the'll next news at five breaking news as it happens newsradio one or two point nine k a r n your wife is mad because you're purchased revis stakes instead of boneless skinless chicken breasts what to do get her some flowers yes flowers and not a new grille this differ.
How Suicide Quietly Morphed Into a Public Health Crisis
"Good morning i'm connie joe with the latest from newsradio one or two point nine k a r n a pregnant woman visiting oregon was staying in bitten at the treadmill cal angela miller injector herself with some meth and then went into labor fox exceeds price mckeon tells what happened next police say the baby who was approximately twenty four weeks gestation survive the birth but died shortly afterwards at the hospital now miller is charged with introducing a controlled substance into the body of another her baby and second degree murder after the newborn died a child killed in a drag racing incident now a dad mourns the loss of his twelve year old daughter anaya dill worth who was killed in that car crash and the driver michael scales her father admits to reckless driving with her in the car on their way to mcdonalds fox sixteen notes her dad at another driver decided to drag race in north little rock speeding sidebyside down riverfront drive last wednesday when the vehicles allied and spun out of control the shocking deaths by suicide of the famed fashion designer and a celebrity chef turned tv host this past week have people talk in the number of suicides has risen twenty five percent across the us and at arkansas the suicide rate has jumped thirty six percent the arkansas department of health says a suicide has become a public health crisis and the cdc notes that both celebrity deaths last week kate spade and anthony bourdain were by hanging over seven thousand without power yesterday afternoon after severe storms passed through friday in garland county first responders spent.
Johnny Manziel signs with CFL's Hamilton Tiger-Cats in comeback
"Sports could pick up your spirits a little bit and that's what j j watt has done he i did it would be terrible hurricane the happened in houston with all the money that he raised and now he's doing it here with the victims of the terrible santa fe texas school shooting he's going to pay for all ten of the funerals for those victims it's tough to talk about and that's why it's tough to get through this because you don't want to talk about it because you hope that these people would still be living in their lives were just innocently robbed and it's absolutely terrible and it's another senseless act of violence that have changed in our country but i give a lot of credit to jj watt for doing something that he's been doing his entire career and that's just being a good guy i know he's a great football player but he's a better human being and i want to recognize jj watt and give him a stock up we will now get to mr ben horowitz go ahead ben thank you my first stock up is going to go to johnny football johnny manziel announced earlier yesterday that he was going to take his talents to canada johnny canada perhaps to the cfl and the hamilton tiger cats and i think this is the perfect move for it's a low pressure situation it gives them an ability to rehab is image rehab is gain and give him an opportunity to get back to the nfl he's gonna light up that league because let's face it the competition isn't there any lit up d one college football johnny football as a result of this will be back in the nfl not necessarily starting but we'll be back in the nfl and three years give me a huge stock up to johnny football i don't think you'll ever make another fifty three man roster in the league but hey we agree to disagree go ahead look at the type of backup sitter in the league go ahead stocked up number two we already had this position stock of number two is i brian jack mckeon stock up number two goes to the us supreme court who finally ruled after the state of new jersey fought numerous times through.
"mckeon" Discussed on WRVA
"Radio dot com for any of those type the home show with richard mckeon boom you've got what janine going to be a beautiful weekend everybody get out and do something so i was telling you about little project we're doing around the house and how i might have failed as as a home improvement guru i'm i'm thinking i made a mistake say because like i said he didn't like her closet she's like well i think i can put a double rod in here and then we can go up with some more shelves and i thought i'm saying you know where we could just get rid of a lot of these clothes oh yeah that was funny i thought i could get away with that so doubt the the the the close ride ripped out the shelves decided she wanted to patch the walls put in something different my thought i'm watching spiderman right now it's awesome from disney and so she's been learning how to patch plaster using joint compound like i said she's getting pretty good at it i didn't probably show her well enough out to do certain things and so she said last sunday she's like i am going to i'm going to go in there and work on the closet top years on go for it and from the other room i hear sanding plaster we've all done it well i hope you have at some point and after a while i hear different sound and i hear that sounds like a vibrating sander and then i thought to myself oh god that is vibrating sander palm sander for not expensive great to have around which know what not designed for plaster not designed sheet rock especially if you never done it before and so i.
"mckeon" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Four dollars as a february twenty third he had already earned fifty four thousand six hundred sixty one dollars he was the highest paid member of f troop in each of the last four years and was the top earner in the entire state police department from two thousand fourteen to two thousand sixteen last year he was only outdone by the department's former superintendent richard mckeon he's the one who resigned after he tried the broom the case of the hack judges junkie prostitute daughter richard mckeon and the reason he the reason mckeon beat coffee in terms of money was that he got a one hundred sixty one thousand six hundred eighty eight dollars in unused sick and vacation time landing in assignment and f troop has long been considered a lucrative gig but in recent years overtime payments in the division of soared to new extremes helping to boost the number of troopers earning eyepopping psalms in total f troop employees collected a total of nine point five million in overtime last year seventy three percent more than they did just four years ago so if in twenty fourteen bhagat five point five million in overtime last year they got nine point five million nine point five million neither the state police nor the mass port authority had die had publicly filed informations on troop on troop payouts sense two thousand ten the number two guy in f trope was sergeant neil calman he collected three hundred nine thousand three hundred and fifteen dollars in two thousand seventeen last year fifty four troopers owned over two hundred thousand up from seventeen in twenty fourteen wow so you wanna you wanna go down the list.