35 Burst results for "Mendoza"

New York Yankees miss chances, fall to Jays in opener

Get Up!

02:00 min | 2 months ago

New York Yankees miss chances, fall to Jays in opener

"Let me take you to another one yesterday yankees and bluejays on a chilly day. The opener a yankee stadium. And here's the highlights from this one. Bottom of two one. On for gary sanchez and gary. Sanchez has left the ballpark sanchez. The first yankee catcher to homer on opening day in eleven years jens have a two one league garrett cole now doing the pitching and not well oscar hernandez oh no doubt about that drills one the left in the six that ties the game two and garett cold not pleased bottom nine. Same score winning. Run it second. Aaron judge of the plate. Can he be the hero on opening day. That's the question. The answer is no judge. One for five struck out twice. We're going to extras top of the ten runners. At second randall. Grischuk pool rightfielder. Aaron judge can't get it no. We can't sixty five percent was the hit probability on this. It's an rbi double. The run comes around to score and that would be the difference. Blue jays win it three two in extras on opening day. And so back to you jessica mendoza. What's your number one takeaway from the ball game yesterday in the bronx gary sanchez. I mean you've got to remember a lot of people. Were watching last year gary sanchez. You didn't think he was eating a start or be in this lineup for the yankees. Because how bad help awesome. He was offensively last year. Being one forty seven six four strikeouts tech eight teen walks. His biggest thing coming in was to be able to sit back behind the baseball. That home run. You could use feel the pressure. Come off of him. Why because there's so many other guys in this lineup. That when they struggle. It's up to gary sanchez. And he's the difference maker to me because you know when it comes down to aaron judge who also struggled with this game carlos stanton both of those guys are prone to injuries. They're not going to be in this lineup throughout the entire season and to the big piece. That's missing because by the way it is world series or bust for the yankees team. Gary sanchez has to step up. I know it's only one game but that run was huge

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Takeaways from the Senate hearing on Washington, DC riot

First Morning News

03:41 min | 4 months ago

Takeaways from the Senate hearing on Washington, DC riot

"Faulty intelligence and band communication lead to the breakdown of security during the capital riots. A hearing about the rights underway on Capitol Hill is good policed on that. Joining us live now, NBC radio National correspondent Mike Power Morning, Mike Yeah. Good morning, Joe. You're looking at former U. S. Capitol security officials telling Congress and enjoy hearing yesterday that they did not have sufficient information ahead of the January 6 attacks in the Capitol to accurately predict The scale of the attack. You had testimony from former U. S. Capitol police chief Steven Son, House sergeant at arms Paul Irving and Senate sergeant at arms, Michael Finger and all of whom resigned their posts after the Capitol siege following request from top leaders of both parties. But you also heard from U. S. Capitol Police captain Kardashian Mendoza, who's been with the department 19 years and said that that day January 6 was by far the worst of the worst. In terms of events that she has worked over the past two decades. And clearly what the messaging was here was that while they felt Capitol police and others felt they were prepared for an event, it doesn't sound like they had any idea of what this event was going to turn into. Capitol police chief Stephenson said. These criminals came prepared for war. They came with their own radio system to coordinate the attack. They came in climbing here and other equipment to defeat the Capitol Security features. At all three former capital security officers agreed that the January 6th attack was planned and coordinated. It involved white supremacists and extremist groups. And they did not get enough information from the FBI about it if they got any at all. In fact, some of them son it was there was indicating that he hadn't heard anything about FBI intelligence indicating that this could evolve into something bigger. Harsher greater than what the expectation was, until literally yesterday. That's when he heard about about to be fair. He did resign after the jet the January 6th attacks. But he said during the time there, there was no preparation that based on the intelligence, they believe that they met the threat that was they were prepared for, and now they know they had the wrong plan. There wasn't enough of the information coming from the FBI, even though the FBI sent a report the evening of the attempted evening before the attack detailing various calls for violence next day, but those never got to the proper people, according to reports yesterday. This is kind of strange, because even before this rally occurred, there was word that the National Guard was rated standing by in the National Guard was offered. So I mean, you know, uh, somebody was prepared. It seems like there was a head's up on some level or or maybe that's the worst case scenario thought like, Let's just make sure we've got that kind of back up, ready to go. But even then there were concerns over apparently optics as to whether or not the optics of having a national guard. There was something that was a concern whether or not there was a call made early in the day requesting Help from the National Guard has had sons. You said he made a call at 109 P. M. But you according to Irving, he said he didn't receive such a call. So now you've got senators going, okay? Let's get phone records to verify that somebody made that call at 109 asking for National Guard help and what happened or what their confusion was on some level immediately afterwards because that could be a big indication As to why the guard didn't get out there quick enough clearly for the situation, so there is still more investigation that needs to be done. I believe that there's going to be another one of these coming up next week that will be greater detail That's determined what happened with the National Guard on some level, but at least at this point in time, the indication was Capitol Police didn't have all of the information at their disposal to determine Whether or not this was going to be his violent as it actually turned out, already

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Capitol Police Officer Testifies: 'Things Were Pretty Bad'

AP 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 4 months ago

Capitol Police Officer Testifies: 'Things Were Pretty Bad'

"I'm Ed Donahue, Capitol Police officer testified about what happened at the Capitol on January 6th. I was advised things were pretty bad, Captain Carnation, Mendoza said. She was about to go to work when the riding started. It didn't take long for Mendoza to get into the middle of it all. At some point, my right arm got wedged between writers and the railing along the wall. CTU sergeant pulled my right arm free and had he not. I'm certain it would have been broken, Mendoza says. There was a lot of gas exposure. I receive chemical burns to my face that still have not healed to the same. Michigan Democrat Gary Peters is on the Senate committee. This is a systemic and leadership failure on the part of our security officials from the FBI and Apartment homeland security to the security leadership on the ground in capital and it must be addressed. Former Capitol police chief Stevens Sunday is casting blame on the Pentagon and the intelligence community for the disastrous failure to anticipate the violent intentions of the mob and defend the capital. Five people died as a result of the violence, including a Capitol police officer and a woman who was shot by police as she tried to break through the doors of the House chamber, with

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Investigations intensify into assault on U.S. Capitol

Morning Becomes Eclectic

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

Investigations intensify into assault on U.S. Capitol

"Ah Senate panel conducting one of what's expected to be many postmortem reviews of the January 6th riot at the U. S Capitol, heard from officials past and present about preparedness for that attack. U. S Capitol Police special operations Captain Carnation Mendoza described the sudden magnitude of the assault on that day I asked for assistance was needed and was advised Of six active scenes. There was an explosive device at the Democratic National Committee building. A second explosive device at the Republican National Committee building. And large hostile groups at different locations outside the Capitol Building. The former House sergeant at arms, Paul Irving, testified that intelligence before that day did not suggest that troops would be

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Evanta Malbec 2019

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

04:23 min | 5 months ago

Evanta Malbec 2019

"We've got a very inexpensive wine. The vonda e. v. a. n. t. a. mullebeck twenty nineteen from mendoza argentina. It's from all d. And of course it sells for four dollars and forty nine cents four fifty. They found a way to get a penny under that much. So there you go so it's very cheap wine ma back from mendoza's good. I mean they have a ton of mullebeck rape. There's been years all over the place. You're doing a young lines. Twenty nine thousand nine vintage those wines are plentiful. Those grapes are plentiful so to get a good wine from there isn't unexpected. This puts this wine in at four forty nine this puts in this in the two buck. Chuck charles shaw category. Because he got to pay importer and they got to ship it up margin tina to plug chuck house. We central coast california. It's a little bit. There's some cost associated there that are savings so so i didn't know what to expect with it and it's actually pretty good. It's not a complicated one. What what you get is what you get up bra. It's all the way through the wine put. It's not bad taste is pretty good. It's got some toasty vanilla oak things going on which is which is oak barrel flavoring and at four dollars and forty nine cents. I doubt if they entry used barrels they are kind of expensive. And there's no room in poor forty nine wind for that and there's other ways you can get oak flavoring in and at four for you. Don't care been whatever way they used to get that labor there. It's much appreciate emmett. Take a sip. It's kinda smooth. It's scannel medium bodied. it's got really rich. Black cherry flavor scott. Some black pepper's sop spice. Maybe maybe some cranberry towards the end of it. You know no midfeld like that but it does taste good. It's four forty nine people in europe place where they drink wine bottle wine with their every meal every lunch. Dinner only moved a couple of euros for those those wives. I mean they're made go with know. Pay four forty nine for their wines. So you know when you think about that. You shouldn't be surprised when a wine that's very expensive tastes pretty good and and not being complex. This would go with burgers pizza. You know chicago got we have als beep beep or for tillers would another place where struggled to have this one rack that would make make gay ordinary a dinner even better minute drinks fight on its own. Sometimes food. wine doesn't drink that great because it's not meant to drink graves spent bear with putin and this actually from four forty nine kind of handles both things. If there's a lot of mullebeck some good wineries and argentina the entry level mullebeck. That are really good. And i wouldn't put this up there with the best of the wineries foot as a four forty nine mall beckett actually is fine. I mean if you're at a budget you know you're having a party four bottles of this for twenty bucks in home. People are not going to complain. You ask you how much the wind class golan's guessing four fifty good

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Sanctuary

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

05:12 min | 7 months ago

Sanctuary

"Parliament has always loved stories when she was a little girl. She asked her mother to tell her the story of their first year in america and she asked for that story over and over again not because she didn't know how it went but because there was a comfort in hearing the story of their family told and retold i would ask her about the stories of when we slept in the park because we had nowhere to sleep at night and how that came to be and that she told me you know she had gotten kicked out of the apartment we were in and all she had was her jewelry her wedding ring and a necklace earrings in she was going from apartment to apartment building talking to the landlord or whoever she thought was a super of the building offering jewelry in exchange to get an apartment for a month and those were the stories that i have always kept inside of my heart. Terrible thanks for asking is about stories. We believe in the importance of letting people tell their own story in letting them reveal. Not just what happened but why it's important. We know that if we had the budget and the staff we could make this podcast every single day for the next one hundred years and never tell the same story twice because the story is not just what happened. It's what it means. A story changes depending on. Who is doing the telling today. You're going to meet paolo mendoza. Her story could be told this her being a co founder of the women's march as her being filmmaker her being a writer and we will talk about it to of those things. But we're going to start at the very beginning. My story begins in bogota colombia. Which is where. I was born and i immigrated to the united states when i was three and i had an older brother. Who's seven and it came with my mom to los angeles and we were being reunited with my father who had come a few months earlier than us. My entire family for generations had lived in columbia and we had no friends. No family and we didn't emigrate to the normal places that colombians would immigrate to which would typically have been miami and or jackson heights in new york For some reason my mom and my father they chose. Los angeles paolo's mother had been born in the united states. Would her own father was getting his masters degree. So was an american citizen within american passport. Who had lived her whole life in columbia so when we came to the united states we came with my mom having an american passport my father my brother and i with green cards and that obviously gave us a huge privilege that many many immigrants don't necessarily have when they come to this country. I was always very curious about our stories growing up as a child. I always ask my mom from as early as i can. Remember how our first ease here and my mom was very honest with me about our story from the very very beginning when i was five years old. She explained to me that she came to the united states because her marriage to my father was in a really bad place and she thought that starting fresh in a new country would give them a new start as a couple as a family. It didn't work one night just a few months. After they moved palace dad went to work and he never came back he had left his wife and his kids so he abandoned us with my mom who spoke absolutely no english. She was a young mom at that time she was twenty four with two kids know english. No family no education no job and like to three hundred dollars in her pocket. It was maybe for a couple of days. We slept in the car. We slept in a park while my mother figured out how she could find a health. But i will say that what that created for. My mother isn't my mother was so focused on our education. That was the thing that we had to do that. We had to go to school and yes by and large we hear the story often the immigrants. They want their children to go to college and so often they're the children are the first generations to go to college. That was the case with my mom but it also felt that you know my mother had gone to the precipice of losing absolutely everything and she was able to stave off losing everything by amir inch but because she had been at that precipice she she desperately knew that she didn't want her children to get anywhere near that and so she created all these mac nations in and ways and life skills to make sure that we didn't have the uncertainty that we had growing up. I think she probably still feels really guilty about that.

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"mendoza" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

03:50 min | 7 months ago

"mendoza" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"Washington area dairy farmer and riquet mendoza who grew up in central america came to the united states as a young man and found his love for farming and producing food and now he's pursuing that dream and he talks all about it the challenges that he's faced but even more importantly he's really focused on what the future will be for him and the dairy that he dreams of building as well as his family and what he wants to see for his kids. My family to came from a different country and over the generations grew food here in washington. State i'm dillon han-kook and this is the real food real people podcast documenting the real life stories of the people behind our food here in washington and sharing them with you so we can reconnect all of us those of us who eat food and those who produce it and change our food system in the process. I know you're going to enjoy this conversation with enrico mendoza and how he worked for a dairy farmer. Jerry vindamme ellen. In the ever scenario for years as he grew this passion for producing milk and dairy products. And how that relationship and his drive to realize his dream has brought him to where he is. Now what's it like to go.

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Amancaya Reserve Red Blend 2017 Review

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

05:29 min | 8 months ago

Amancaya Reserve Red Blend 2017 Review

"And did it from cheap wine platter. Tom again with another line review that we just rode up. I need cheap wine fighter website, Unless one is kind of interesting. It's called the mayor Reserve read a 72% Malbec 28% off on from Mendoza in Argentina. And this one's party trick is that the name of the winery is a Bluegrass took it off and it is a joint effort between the main veterans de Rothschild left feet from where don't and Nicholas cantina song Argentina and both of these folks have been in the wine business since the eighteen hundreds. So it's two prestigious families run France won our genome. Let me together to make it a a wine here and this is their upscale affordable. You're going to find this between maybe we're about $18 a couple of bucks either way. And it's a really solidly made wine and there's an interesting story. I'm going to kind of slip in here about the combination of bald back there something wrong. Then the 18000s Bombeck was a one of the main grapes Bordeaux along with nowadays. It's Jose Murillo and Cabernet Franc and proceed Ford. Oh and I forgot what the other ones are. They're just little blending grapes, but flokstra, which a little pests and diseases vintage after vintage off just to make crafts this Whenever Wherever they'd lose whole vintagers, but they actually went to yaohan Spain just too which didn't have the problems just to secure wines down there and not improve their cuz back then a little more rustic but all the real has now one of the leading wine regions in the world, but back then France went down there to get wind down. Dump for all the stuff they were losing and it got to the point where the moderate group had so many bad Visions year after year that they quit growing up. So it's kind of like a lost group of Bordeaux and turns out if the DNA tests that you know, cuz they thought well, it's gone for good. There is still Malbec and France cahors areas in the south of France still a huge buyback region. It turns out that sometimes somewhere someone sent all that great Direction chain has been rioting in there. So Cabernet Sauvignon and mulberry and this is basically the grandkids of the Bordeaux Malbec were always meant to go together. So this is actually a really, really really kind of cool line. It's it's a you know, it's something that should have been a long time ago and as a couple a hundred years where it didn't happen except in my class right now, I'm taking a sip It's a really well-made Linus think it's ninety plus points and all the wine magazines every year and it's just got this really nice balanced a seamless. It's got a lot of flavor flavors don't go too overboard. You can tell French but it's a little bit, you know, a lot of french fries are kind of sweet, but there's some good food here the Scat Pack, you know, it doesn't just not all Just Bounce just labor too. That's pretty nice. Yeah. That's your taste. Great. What else is there? Oh, it's a 50% in Oak barrels when they age it and the other fifty percent is cement vast and you're asking yourself for a concrete. That's I think is the right word. Why would they put it in concrete? That's that sounds kind of brutal, but it turns out that the thickness of the side walls of the concrete on the bottom and then they put on top this picking up that The Lion King. Side is fairly stable line when it changes loves to have constant temperature and humidity a stainless steel vent has been well as it's supposed line is clean, but you're not going to get the the the the the protection from the temperature changes. Everything else Oak barrels are great, but using them for thousands of years, but then again those Big Flats of the oak only do so much concrete gotta put some wine where it needs to be. So you're going to see more than that. Can I am actually works in this to this wine? Taste r a i mean it's it's you know, usually what 90.1 is I don't understand why someone likes us so much. You know, this one is like yeah, it's one of those ones that are so good that it doesn't take an expert to tell you that you know go. I think anyone that takes good to you is I wanted to taste good you don't need an expert but yeah this great-tasting wage. The Malbec and the Cabernet Sauvignon just dance together and they'd go ask this flavors as long as lean as flavorful tannins the other way and it's it's not good. So keep Ur cheap the next one and I'll talk to everybody a little bit adios.

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J.D. Martinez not opting out of rest of $110 million Boston Red Sox deal

WBZ Morning News

00:20 sec | 8 months ago

J.D. Martinez not opting out of rest of $110 million Boston Red Sox deal

"D. Martinez will not opt out of his deal. So will remain in Boston the next two seasons. He's coming Arguably the worst year of his career, and, according to baseball insider Jon Heyman, the likely finalists for the Sox manager job are Sam Fold. James Rouse in Don Kelly, Carlos Mendoza and, Yes, Alex Cora Adam Kaufman, the BBC

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Paola Mendoza on How We Can All be Freedom Fighters

Tamarindo

04:46 min | 9 months ago

Paola Mendoza on How We Can All be Freedom Fighters

"I am so excited to share that today we are joined by Palomino Sir. Thank you so much being on the show with us today for the. Thank you so much for having me. Yes. So first thing I just wanted to say in our last episode, we actually touch a little bit about how important it is that as Latinos and underrepresented communities we continue to own our voice. Get Louder with it, and then we believe in our power to change things I, want to start by just honoring you as an inspiring example of that as the Co Women's March with your book sanctuary the just dropped and just the powerful ways in which you use your platform. So thank you so much for being a model for us of how we how we can do that. Thank you so much for those kind words you know I do the work that I do not for myself. Obviously, but her for my community and for my son in for the young people that are coming up after. I appreciate you know thank you. I want to get into your book before but before that, I wanted to touch on what has felt you know heart shattering and also very poignant in. That's the recent passing of Beta GINSBURG. You've been reflecting on and honoring her life and in many ways, year platforms and one thing that you said that really inspired me was may her memory be a revolution? How has your passing affected you and what do you think this particular moment means for country I think that this moment is a defining moment it is a moment that is defining the future of our country. Obviously Supreme Court, Justice a Lifetime appointment. Is Not about the next year or the next five years or the next decade it's about what this country will will look like for the next forty years. It's what this country will look at for my son's entire life essentially, and that to me is how poor in this moment is for each individual for our future and for our country. So on a personal note, I've been reflecting about the importance of what this moment means. And what it's actually meant for. My past and my pass to get here I immigrated to this country when I was three years old. I came with my mother, my brother we were coming to be reunited with my father and very soon after we got here, my father abandoned us He left my mom with three year old and seven year old new family no English two hundred dollars in her pocket in. La By herself an impossible situation circumstance and just to add to that impossibility three weeks after my father left he my mom found out that she was pregnant. So, she was pregnant on top of justice tragedy and my mother coming from Columbia being ardent Catholic had to make a decision. Thank. God. She was in a country where she could make a decision to choose to have an abortion she chose to have an abortion and that choice that she made literally saved our lives and Now that idea that Possibility Rover says Wade is very much threatened. That millions of women, hundreds of thousands of women might not have that choice in the future in to me. That is a frightening thing to me that. Produces a lot of rage. It makes me be very ready to fight for what we're going to have to do. To save this democracy and save this country. So. What I have been also reflecting on a lot is The. Important. RPG's life and her legacy that she left for us. And clearly. Ruth Bader GINSBURG was meant to live in the time that she was meant to live in. Clearly the work that she was meant to do was meant for those eighty seven years in her life. And I take comfort in the fact that I believe that all of us, each of us were also met for this moment or also meant to be alive. At this moment in time when our democracy is on the brink of collapse when we have authoritarian in office when our feminist icon. Hero. Guardian a democracy has passed and each of us are meant to roll up our sleeves. Get to work and do all the work the dirty work the hard work the good work of saving our democracy because that is what the next. Four days until the election entails and what happens after the election until curation and beyond, and so I want all the listeners to know that they are also met this moment they were born precisely for this time and they have to live up to this moment we all do.

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"mendoza" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

Cafe con Pam Podcast

05:19 min | 10 months ago

"mendoza" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

"With my latest book sanctuary that absolutely is the strongest biggest fucking hammer I have created to make sure that we do not go down the path of a truly authoritarian dictatorial regime which I think we are living underneath authoritarian regime, but I still think that there's a possibility to break out of it to stop it. If trump is elected in two thousand twenty, then we will one hundred percent full be blown living in an authoritarian regime. The American experiment will be over I've been saying that. For a long time in the DNC last night, we heard Obama speak and that was his warning call to this is our chance November to protect our democracy and it is not perfect by any means and it doesn't protect everyone. Even when Donald Trump is not enough basis, it didn't protect everyone Obama was in office, but it is the best thing that we have in it is our job and our duty to make it better without trump in office. Agree. Oh my gosh. Okay we'll unpack..

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"mendoza" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

Cafe con Pam Podcast

02:33 min | 10 months ago

"mendoza" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast

"Welcome to episode one, hundred and sixty seven of a bum today. We have a conversation with Powell lemon. DASA, Bala is a film director activist author and artist working at the leading edge of human rights, a Co founder of the women's March she. Served, as they are ticked director and Co authored the New York Times bestseller together, we rice behind the scenes at the protest heard around the world by less most recent book sanctuary will be released by Penguin in two thousand and twenty. Ms Mendoza is also a critically acclaimed film director whose films have premiered at the most prestigious film festivals around the world. Her films have thoughtfully tackled the complex issues of poverty and immigration women and. Children in the United States. She was name Comores Woman of the year in two thousand seventeen and one filmmakers. Magazine's twenty five new faces of Independent Film. She is a CO founder of the SOS agency and ACA founder of the Resistance Revival Chorus critically acclaimed women's course that believes joy is an act of resistance listeners. This interview was awesome in something I found pretty cool is how Bala experience is similar to mine and the. Fact that she lived in Columbia and then came back to the US to go to school. So you'll hear that in the end the interview but I thought that was pretty cool on my end I have been catching up with work and self care now that my niece and nephew gone transitioning to a new lifestyle is important and I need to constantly remind myself that I this process I need to take it with Grayson as. We are still existing in a world in the middle of endemic and every day. There are new changes are things happening every day without warning. So I'm reminding myself every day that something I can control is what's happening internally in my world and any to make sure that my transition is smooth. So that's my update self care and mental health are important. Money's let's not forget that. Money's the old way of doing business isn't working anymore. We're in the middle of a pandemic, a civil rights movement, and we're perching election thinks her very different for me. I am much more ignited fired up to help small businesses, succeed and achieve their goals. This is why I reached out to my friend Taylor Team and AKA legal mega to come together and talk. About all the things we always get asked all in one sitting I will give you the steps to conduct your own brand audit..

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"mendoza" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:43 min | 10 months ago

"mendoza" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Get it on. You know your spotify your I tune you can get it on what Mendoza Line Dot. COM Right. Yeah. So but if you want to order, we're actually GONNA put out vinyl for this record still. So it's still in their early stages like. The. Final pressing plants are backed up because out there not. Solely staffed I. Don't think also we didn't really make the decision to do this and tell he will kept asking us I mean we've already sold. You know quite a few of them three order and you can pre-order it on Dan camp exclusively right now. So if you go to our Mendoza Dan camp page you can order your vinyl copying you know. Of them. were. If if you. Yeah. But I highly encourage everyone to go onto the end camp in order it. It's easily easy to find us on on Dan Camps and also we have I found like a trove of our the original. We're all in this alone poster, which is idiots awesome. Oh. Candy. That's Margaret sketched right Margaret. Summarily. But I think it's really. Taunting. It's really cool I found forty or fifty of those, and we're basically done much advertising about this, but we are to sell those emigrating. To that to detail project because you figure, you have to give something back. These times I think we hopefully, we can raise like a thousand dollars the the project we've already said they'd be like Chan of the forty but again, we haven't really done much advertising about it. But it's all on our website. You know it's easy to find. You just go to our website and there's a whole form you fill out and. Send eight pound and we'll get it to you in a couple of weeks I didn't make form I. Don't want anyone to feel like they're gonna you know. A lot of time. Quick. Posted about it somebody bought one with a minute so. Yeah. So Lobi Post well post more about that but. At, this point you you know our focus is trying to sell preorder vital. So we don't have too much money. Doesn't have to for finals. Moore's wealth needs to. One I just found out about it. I have I have the digital. Well. You'll get on that. Yes. I'll get on that. I know I know you live so. You live. In Winchester not that big. So I mean I'm sure we can go to my brothers and drive around. Yeah Because I, I live across the country club on Cincinnati. He'll know exactly where that is in. Mean my brother. No I don't know anything. I am. Okay. I'll ask him because he lives in winchester. Still need drive somewhere over there. Okay or that is. or The fucking buying all. Your address. Oh. Yeah. But we'll see he didn't that was going to get have my address now I am sorry for that but he gets older and he gets me get my address I don't have any worry about. Maybe. A drop in for. For. A couple of fingers whiskey or something I don't know. I mean Xm next I'm in winchester in two, thousand, twenty, five you should definitely. Should we might. The town maybe opened up by then. So working people find is a social media presence for the band or is everything just going through the band camp in the record label? Thanks to Pete, there's a substantial social. presence. About opinion, tell us about a pete. So it's yeah it's all Mendoza at Mendoza line band on instagram twitter and facebook. So we have different things going on each one of those things at various times we're actually month-long kind of campaigns that we're going to do that are. Probably. The mud probably several months life, but we're going to do like. A write up of every song on we're on this loan that we feel like writing and printing our instagram stories. Little Tales about each one of them, all will be fabricated and written in. French. But we're going to do something like that and I we have something insanely insane insane plan for. INSTAGRAM. But it might not be a couple of weeks all I can tell you is as something. All. For Many mustaches and and. He is He had. He made like the mustache famous in Indie rock during the nineties and two thousands we have a lot of papers. Yes. Then we're in we're putting together a all. Favorite a moustache. So that'll be coming up soon nine, hundred, zero to. Run this by Paul because of be run by coffers. I will not run this white ball. So all will not no. Yeah. So It is going to happen it might not be for a couple weeks and Many many mustaches on instagram. Off. The other thing that's about our instagram feed you can see the pictures of the of the band worth the worst genes in history as we had terrible jeans. Jeans. Before skinny jeans. So they were the. There's worse things. That you can have her worst of. Genes are so bad I mean like. I. Your therapy every time we. something. Is Adam this fixture and then he's like I'm because of our genes and especially running being on instagram. I like our friends will be like, why what? pitcher other than the genes. Gene it's like, what are we hide the mayor like like a bag yet I mean. Nobody each leg of the band's serving. Him He'd been own a pair of jeans. Nineteen, ninety four said. I don't know like two, thousand, four, um. So he was always wearing some sort of weird. Old slacks. And No nuts I take that back corduroys remember like. Wow yeah summer quarter. Is. That's ASHTEC. Fashion Staples. Look good. We all looked like a bunch of guys she like found behind mark somewhere. Now Might be accurate. Back, the photos I was like, Oh, I was like fat during some of.

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"mendoza" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:43 min | 10 months ago

"mendoza" Discussed on Pantheon

"Get it on you know your spotify your I. Tune, you can get it on what Mendoza Line Dot com right. Yeah. So but if you want to order, we're actually GONNA put out vinyl for this record still. So it's still in their early stages like. The. Final pressing plants are backed up because out there not. Solely staffed. I don't think also we didn't really make the decision to do this and tell he will kept asking us. I mean, we've already sold. You know quite a few of them three order and you can pre-order it on Dan camp exclusively right now. So if you go to our Mendoza Dan Camp Page, you can order your vinyl copying you know. Of them. were. If if you Yeah but I highly encourage everyone to go onto the end camp in order it. It's easily easy to find us on on Dan, camps and also we have I found like a trove of our the original. We're all in this alone poster, which is Idiots Awesome Oh candy. That's Margaret sketched right Margaret summarily. I think it's really yeah, taunting it's really cool. I found forty or fifty of those, and we're basically done much advertising about this, but we are to sell those emigrating. To that to detail project because you figure, you have to give something back. These times I think we hopefully we can raise like a thousand dollars suspended the project. We've already said they'd be like Chan of the forty but again, we haven't really done much advertising about it. But it's all on our website. You know it's easy to find. You just go to our website and there's a whole form you fill out and. Send eight pound and we'll get it to you in a couple of weeks. I. Didn't make form I don't want anyone to feel like they're gonNa, you know. A lot of time. It's a quick. Posted about it somebody bought one with the a minute. So. Yeah. So Lobi, post well post more about that but. At this point you you know our focus is trying to sell preorder vital. So we don't have too much money. Doesn't have to the finals. Moore's else needs to. One I just found out about IT I. I just have the digital. Well you'll get on that. Yes. I'll get on that. I know I know you live so. You live. In. Winchester not that big. So I mean I'm sure we can go to my brothers and drive around. Because I I live across the country club on Cincinnati he'll know exactly where that is in. My brother no, I don't know anything. I am. Okay. I'll ask him because he lives in winchester. Still need drive somewhere over there. Okay. That is. or The fucking buying all. Your address. Oh. Yeah. But we'll see he didn't that was going to get have my address. Now I am sorry for that but he gets older and he gets me get my address I don't have any worry about. Maybe a drop in for. For. A couple of fingers whiskey or something I don't know. I mean Xm next I'm in. Winchester. In Two, thousand, twenty, five, you should. Definitely. Should we might. The town maybe opened up by then. So working people find is a social media presence for the band or is everything just going through the band camp in the record? Label. Thanks to Pete there's a substantial social. presence. About opinion. Tell us about a pete. So. It's yeah. It's all Mendoza at Mendoza line band on instagram twitter and facebook. So we have different things going on each one of those things at various times we're actually month-long kind of campaigns that we're going to do that are. Probably. The mud probably several months life, but we're going to do like. A write up of every song on we're on this loan that we feel like writing and put it in our instagram stories. Little Tales about each one of them. All will be fabricated and written in French. But we're going to do something like that and I we have something insanely insane insane plan for. INSTAGRAM. Might not be a couple of weeks. All I can tell you is as something. All. For. Many, mustaches and and. He is He had he made like the mustache famous in Indie rock during the nineties and two thousands we have a lot of papers. Birth yes. Then we're in, we're putting together A. Thing Favorite, a moustache so that'll be coming up soon nine, hundred, zero to. Run this by Paul because of be run by coffers. not, run this white ball. So all will not no. Yeah so It is going to happen. It might not be for a couple weeks and. Many many mustaches on. INSTAGRAM. Off. The other thing that's about our instagram feed you can see the pictures of the of the band worth the worst genes in history as we had terrible jeans. Jeans. Before. Skinny jeans. So they were the booth there's worse things. That, you can have her worst of. Genes are so bad I mean like I I remember. Every time we. something. Is Adam this fixture and then he's like I'm said because of our genes and especially running being on. INSTAGRAM. I like our friends will be like, why what? This was pitcher other than the genes. Gene it's like, what are we hide the like like a bag yet I mean. Nobody each leg of the band's serving. Him He'd been own a pair of jeans. Like, nineteen ninety, four to. Like. Two thousand, four on. So he was always wearing some sort of weird. Old slacks. And No nuts? I take that back corduroys remember like. Wow Yeah. Summer quarter is. That's ASHTEC. Fashion, staples. Look good. We all looked like a bunch of guys she like found behind mark somewhere. Now. Might be accurate. Back, the photos I was like, Oh, I was like fat during some of.

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"mendoza" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:16 min | 10 months ago

"mendoza" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Been up to since the ban kind. Now off. And I have been teaching. High School English Teacher Public School in Brooklyn I teach to twelfth graders which, of course. Very. Trying year like we have our our graduation on Friday and instead it's heartbreaking. To. See all that they're not able to celebrate together So I've been yeah, I've been teaching high S- High School for the last thirteen years and I've been putting out solo records. Actually. Yeah. I. Know I've got three kids in high school. So I, know the pain so Yeah that's crazy. Fifteen sixteen seventeen year olds. Sophomore junior all. thinking. Well the. Joe Noah. All, right. I'm going to put a clip into that. Little drop, Rate Brennan and The good thing is we get through everything all at once it's all done and what is done it's done. But Irish triplets Eh. We're very Irish family. So what are the plans going forward with Mendoza? Working on any of the other albums, really any other albums is there more unreleased material to be had to be shared. Yes I think we're we're going to see how this one goes and they'll either be like you know we'll slowly put out releases of everything over the next couple of years or ever it doesn't go well. Renowned. Everything out of. Words. Put everything out in one way or another. But you know there has been talk and we were actually going to report a couple of Nissan's last year before all this nonsense started happening. I think that I think that's still in the cards I mean I know that John Men and. Sean fogarty like you know kind of the. Classic Lineup Mendoza lying members like they really WanNa record and I haven't written any songs in years and I started writing songs again. So that's I have I'd. Love Song you shared with me that you were thinking of recording and I came up with some pretty fancy harmony. So hopefully. We having we should record it I. mean there's Always release it if trump as. Well as Yeah I mean I. think that I think we'll definitely record some songs I. Don't think it's like a new album but maybe like with the next week reissues on what have. Recorded a couple of songs to along with the issue or whatever and see where does that fantastic that's really good news. We're getting people find out about the new album agony pick it up. Then order since he can't really go anywhere right now you can.

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"mendoza" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:53 min | 10 months ago

"mendoza" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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"mendoza" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:02 min | 10 months ago

"mendoza" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Your background. How did you get into music? I'm just a simple girl. I. I. Don't know I've always loved music I grew up. I was born in New York. We moved to Albany Georgia Georgia Albany Georgia when I was. I know exactly where that is to spend about a decade in Southeast Alabama. Oh aware. Just, a little bit west of Dothan. waterworld. Where John Trautmann's from out? Oh. Yeah. No we spent many summer in Dothan waterworld. I'm just grew up you know listening to music singing along with a crystal Gayle and. An Marion's and. and Sta I found myself as a teenager really Pending. A lot of time listening dilemma NCAAS Stelo. For. Just a music fan. How did you? Use started actually recording. As. The Mendoza line before Shannon joined, the band I I want to ask is, how did you guys decide on the name Mendoza? While we were recording under the moniker the. Incompetence. I don't I was. I Love Baseball I'm obsessed with baseball I. Mean that's my. Thing I loved the most in the world and I was like other road some songs about baseball you know, and then one of them was called Mendoza line in terms like that's a really good name for ban we're like, okay, I mean my dad. Yeah I mean I mean yes. The whole story of Mario Mendoza's well documented but you know he was terrible at baseball. So they you know a bunch of guys are making fun of him and said, you know hitting over two hundred. Undertake. The Mendoza Line. I Sa- baseball thing nerdy baseball thing well, a little known fact he actually improved once he left the major leagues and went back into Mexico, he's in the Mexican Baseball Hall of fame. No that. Yeah. He actually ended up hitting. In His career average averages to ninety one going out. Pretty good. So. Congrats more room does tag is host. These I want to have a conversation with them. Can, make that happen. That would be amazing. Make that happen I'm forever indebted to you. All right now, I have a quest now definitely. All. Right. So you you were in the Athens music scene in the early to mid nineties when everything kind of started with Mendoza Line. Early mid, right? Yeah. I think we started at. Ninety five ninety six again by. Yeah but we were down down there during that whole sign time to be an APP supplying music. Of course, we were not popular at all. Like elephants six people didn't know who we were I mean I know that. Allowed us. At all we were like two drums. Mayor like serious musicians he like had a point of view and we were like, let's write this song that Orleans like vaguely insult somebody I know. That's that's the kind of stuff that I would just draw me right to you guys. Insulting I love it rallies before my time. So. How did you ended up being becoming part of the Bandon Shanna Much to each. because. Because Tim you guys were actually the primary songwriters in the band. Yeah. And then Shannon you Kinda came in. Got We're giving a guitar and started writing songs almost immediately as story that I heard is is that accurate? It's true. Yeah. the second song I ever wrote a bigger city was. On. This elim..

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"mendoza" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:02 min | 10 months ago

"mendoza" Discussed on Pantheon

"Your background. How did you get into music? I'm just a simple farm girl. I. I. Don't know I've always loved music I grew up. I was born in New York. We moved to Albany Georgia Georgia Albany Georgia when I was. I know exactly where that is to spend about a decade in southeast, Alabama Oh aware. Just a little bit west of Dothan. waterworld. Where John Trautmann's from out, oh? Yeah. No we spent many summer in Dothan. waterworld. I'm just grew up, you know listening to music singing along with a crystal Gayle and. Marion's and. and Sta I found myself as a teenager really Pending a lot of time listening dilemma NCAAS Stelo in for. Just a music fan. So. How did You. Use started actually recording. As. The Mendoza line before Shannon joined the band I I want to ask is, how did you guys decide on the name? Mendoza. While we were recording under the moniker the incompetence. I don't I was I love baseball. I'm obsessed with baseball I. Mean that's my. Thing. I loved the most in the world and I was like other road some songs about baseball you know, and then one of them was called Mendoza line in terms like that's a really good name for we're like, okay, I mean my dad. Yeah. I, mean I mean yes. The whole story of Mario As well documented but you know he was terrible at baseball. So they you know a bunch of guys are making fun of him and said, you know hitting over two hundred. Undertake. The Mendoza Line. I. Sa- Baseball Thing Nerdy baseball thing well, a little known fact he actually improved once he left the major leagues and went back into Mexico he's in the Mexican Baseball Hall of fame. No that. Yeah. He actually ended up hitting the Lynn. His his career average averages to ninety one going out. Pretty good. So. Congrats more room does tag is host. These I want to have a conversation with them. Make that happen. That would be amazing. Make. That happen I'm forever indebted to you. All right. Now, I have a quest now they're definitely. All right. So you you were in the Athens music scene in the early to mid nineties when everything kind of started with Mendoza Line. Early mid, right? Yeah. I think we started at. Ninety five, ninety, six again by. Yeah but we were down down there during that whole sign time to be an APP and supplying music. Of course, we were not popular at all. Like Elephants six people didn't know who we were. I mean I know that. ALLOWED US At all, we were like two drums. Mayor like serious musicians. He like had a point of view and we were like, let's write this song that Orleans like vaguely insult somebody I know. That's that's the kind of stuff that I would just draw me right to you guys. Insulting. I love it rallies before my time. So. How did you ended up being becoming part of the Bandon Shanna? Much to each. because. Because Tim, you guys were actually the primary songwriters in the band. Yeah. And then Shannon you Kinda came in. Got We're giving a guitar and started writing songs almost immediately as story that I heard is is that accurate? It's true. Yeah. the second song I ever wrote a bigger city was. On. This Elim.

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"mendoza" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:56 min | 10 months ago

"mendoza" Discussed on Pantheon

"Thanks mark. Now we keep an eye have not even spoken until yesterday probably twelve years. Wow. That's amazing. Holy Shit. Damn I'm glad I'm recording this section. Awesome. Somebody who was great talking to you. Shan. I know it doesn't know time if. We're that we also live like two miles from each other. So it's Acceptable that we're GONNA, and soon as we both feel comfortable, actually meeting in person will rectify the situation. Man So maybe like after we finished recording. We'll ask. will go skiing given. Corona virus a little more time. Forgot him a bit. Life gets away for twelve years somehow exactly. Exactly. Twelve years now Good. So I will open up this whole conversation by saying I have. Probably more notes on this show that I've ever done on any other episode and I feel less prepared than I have for any show I've done. Well flattering. Oh my gosh. Truthful surprise you. Will good because I've got some I've read and heard some weird weird stories. So ultra. Right. I like to do I. It's a find out a little bit about everybody's background and find out how you got into music in the first place. And since the ban kind of well, I should say definitely not but it started with up let's I. WanNa find a little bit about how you started in music. What what was did you have a musical family or was it Not at all, I mean like basically Chan who is the other founding member of the Mendoza Line night went to high school together. And all. Who was the Bass player for ninety nine percent of the band's life was also went to high school with us and we were kind of like. I don't know there's a lot of really musical people in our school, but they were most of them. I just wanted to play like in cover bands and. A male kind of like we're really good musicians. By. The guys on the periphery who wanted to write songs and so even though we didn't know how to play at all like we were kind of like starting to mess around with writing songs on your like sixteen seventeen eighteen and I mean I've never had a formal guitar lesson of any kind whatsoever and I don't think tim has either and And like basically just figured it out I mean we just listened to a lot of the replacements in the young fresh fellows and all that kind of stuff we're in highschool and alkyl blow and back kind of stuff we just figured out and you know I mean, my mom had like an old. You know class retire that I. Remember it was the first time I ever played music at all is with Kim and he beat the guitar that my mom had gotten in like nineteen fifty two to shreds and he later did that to another. Guitar, Mine Oh. I just remember like playing like run run run by the velvet underground just and but yeah, I mean but we had always envisioned. When we were in high school even you know we're all of our friends who are really good musicians none of them played music and we were like the guys who like. Had No fucking idea what we were doing, but we can. Write a song, and so I went to college in Ohio Tim went to college in Georgia, and once I was out of college I, moved. Five thousand dollars that I've gotten from a here from the death of my grandmother and went to Athens and drank that away playing really good song. Ra Tim and. A bunch folks matins but. There's no musical background. I mean it was basically like I heard the replacements and as like. An abandoned. It's like every other band that was like Indie rock they add room. Nineteen Eighty, two until two thousand or something replacements spot a whole lot abandoned said hey I can do that. I mean. The person I ever heard them. I, heard the replace is playing basketball with him and his front in the front yard of his house and I was like you know at the time I was like I. Love I. I like Iron Maiden. Name. I did I didn't know what Indie Rock Band? I thought stopped me in my tracks off James how the sexually abused completely. Enter CAC. For. Your absolutely, I just want to mean for the record I kissed Tommy Stinson on the list, the lips, the lifts out. He. was in advance called perfect which you are. Late nineties and he was I think that the atomic in Athens ends I was the only woman in the audience. Really drunk. Went for me? It was very. Romantic. It was very romantic. Your from Virginia around. McLean Virginia we like we were we grew up really close to DC Oliver, I went to we went to Langley High School. So it was out the first time I ever saw Goldfinger. Movie Goldfinger was at Strom Thurmond Junior's birthday party for grade. Just. Yeah. So I mean it was a very political brings in Tim's father was a you know lobbyist and he ran Mo Udall, presidential campaign and Wa. And I, remember one time like picking up the. Tim South Twenty four, seven I like. Pick up the phone and take the phone wants back mclardy mid. Chief of staff. Hello Terry, there. So I mean is very little. Upgrading. Upbringing. I mentioned because I'm actually recording this in winchester. So Oh, that's where my brother lives. Oh. Really. Excellent. We're hanging in there. Oh Yeah Winchester. Great. It's a sleepy little town. I let although it's starting to explode with all the. FBI. Become an Amazon coming in and it's it's it's growing and growing. Appeal. Tell me a little bit about.

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"mendoza" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:56 min | 10 months ago

"mendoza" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Thanks mark. Now. We keep an eye have not even spoken until yesterday probably twelve years. Wow. That's amazing. Holy Shit. Damn I'm glad I'm recording this section. Awesome somebody. WHO was great talking to you Shan I know it doesn't know time if. We're that. We also live like two miles from each other. So it's Acceptable that we're. GonNa. And soon as we both feel comfortable actually meeting in person will rectify the situation. Man So maybe like after we finished recording. We'll ask. will go skiing given. Corona virus a little more time. We'll him a bit. Life. Gets Away for twelve years somehow exactly. Exactly. Twelve years now. Good so I will open up this whole conversation by saying I have. Probably more notes on this show that I've ever done on any other episode and I feel less prepared than I have for any show I've done. Well flattering. Oh. My Gosh. Truthful surprise you. Will good. Because I've got some I've read and heard some weird weird stories. So ultra. Right. I like to do I. It's a find out a little bit about everybody's background and find out how you got into music in the first place. And since the ban kind of well, I should say definitely not but it started with up let's I wanNA find a little bit about how you started in music. What what was did you have a musical family or was it? Not at all I mean like basically Chan who is the other founding member of the Mendoza Line I went to high school together. And all. Who was the Bass player for ninety nine percent of the band's life was also went to high school with us and we were kind of like. I don't know there's a lot of really musical people in our school, but they were most of them. I just wanted to play like in cover bands and. A male kind of like we're really good musicians. By. Of the guys on the periphery who wanted to write songs and so even though we didn't know how to play at all like we were kind of like starting to mess around with writing songs on like sixteen seventeen eighteen and I mean I've never had a formal guitar lesson of any kind whatsoever and I don't think tim has either and. And like basically just figured it out. I, mean we just listened to a lot of the replacements in the young fresh fellows and all that kind of stuff we're in highschool and alkyl blow and back kind of stuff we figured out and you know I mean, my mom had like an old. You know class. that. I remember it was the first time. I ever played music at all is with Kim and he beat the guitar that my mom had gotten in like nineteen fifty two to shreds, and he later did that to another guitar mine. Oh. I just remember like playing like run run run by the velvet underground just and but yeah, I mean but we had always envisioned. When we were in high school, even you know we're all of our friends who are really good musicians none of them played music and we were like the guys who like. Had No fucking idea what we were doing, but we can. Write a song and so I went to college in Ohio Tim went to college in Georgia and once I was out of college I moved. Five, thousand dollars that I've gotten from a here from the death of my grandmother and I went to Athens and drank that away playing really on. Him and A bunch of. Folks Matins but. There's no musical background I mean it was basically like I heard the replacements and as like. An abandoned it's like every other band that was like Indie rock they add room. Nineteen Eighty, two until two thousand or something replacements spot a whole lot abandoned said hey, I can do that. I mean. The person I ever heard them. I heard the replace is playing basketball with him and his front in the front yard of his house and I was like you know at the time I was like I love I. I like Iron Maiden. Name. I did I didn't know what Indie. Rock. Band. I thought stopped me in my tracks and off James. How the sexually abused? Completely. ENTER CAC for. Your absolutely. I just want to mean for the record I kissed Tommy Stinson on the list the lips the lifts out. He was in advance called perfect which you are. Late nineties and he was I. think that the atomic and in Athens ends I was the only woman in the audience. Really drunk. Went for me. It was very. Romantic it was very romantic. Your from Virginia around. McLean Virginia we we were we grew up really close to DC Oliver I went to we went to Langley High School. So it was out the first time. I ever saw Goldfinger movie Goldfinger was at Strom Thurmond Junior's birthday party for grade. Just. Yeah. So I mean, it was a very political brings in Tim's father was a you know lobbyists and he ran Mo Udall, presidential campaign, and Wa. And I remember one time like picking up the. Tim South. Twenty, four seven, I like. Pick up the phone and take the phone wants back mclardy mid chief of staff. Hello Terry there. So I mean is very little. Upgrading upbringing. I mentioned because I'm actually recording this in winchester. So Oh, that's where my brother lives. Oh really excellent. We're hanging in there. Oh. Yeah winchester straight. It's a sleepy little town I let although it's starting to explode with all the. FBI. Become an Amazon coming in and it's it's it's growing and growing. Appeal. Tell me a little bit about.

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Turbulent reality collides with GOP convention.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

05:26 min | 10 months ago

Turbulent reality collides with GOP convention.

"Turbulent reality is clashing with these smooth steady image Republicans are attempting to paint of President Donald, trump and his leadership on the third night of the GOP convention with a potentially catastrophic hurricane bearing down on the Gulf coast wildfires, ravaging huge areas of California protests growing in Wisconsin after the shooting of a black man by police still raging corona virus pandemic, killing more than a thousand Americans a day with no apparent federal leadership adding still another controversial element the NBA postponed three playoff games after the Milwaukee, bucks refused to take the court for their game following the shooting of Twenty Nine Year Old Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin That was a few hours before vice president. Mike Pence was to speak from Baltimore's Fort Mchenry where in eighteen fourteen battle inspired the national anthem. Trump has strongly criticized athletes who neil rather than stand during the anthem in protest of racial injustice. The historical convergence of health economic environmental and social emergencies is only increasing the pressure on trump as he looks to reshape the contours of his lagging campaign against former vice president Joe Biden with Election Day just ten weeks off and early voting beginning much sooner. The GOP's convention response to those growing challenges have been uneven. The opening nights featured virtually no reference to the hurricane or wildfires covid nineteen was referred to as the China virus as xenophobic trope for a worldwide pandemic. The lineup is included speakers who have been at odds with the black lives matter movement including ace, Luis couple who brandished guns and the Kentucky Attorney General who has not yet filed charges in the death of a woman killed by police. Organizers on Tuesday had pulled another featured speaker, Angel Mom Marianne Mendoza after she directed her twists followers to a series of anti-semitic conspiratorial messages hours before her prerecorded segment was to add convention speakers also reinforcing trump's long order message warning electing Biden would lead to violence in American cities spilling into the suburbs, a message with racist tones despite the reality of these protests happening right now during trump's first term and much of the criticism from demonstrators levied at the sitting President himself at times the RNC appear to be presenting a parallel universe that few people inhabit but for those making the speeches, an idealistic patriotic habitat where the people didn't complain about their lot because they were proud Americans. Most significant all over the three nights of speeches with a literal falsehoods about the Biden campaign rather than run on their own platform. The Republicans have sought to demolish the policies of the left with propaganda, rewriting them to suit their own agenda. US health officials sparked criticism and confusion about hosting new guidelines on corona virus testing from the White House task force that run counter to what scientists say is necessary to control the pandemic. The new guidance says it's not necessary for people who have been in close contact with infected people, but don't feel sick to get tested. It was posted earlier this week on the website of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC previously had advised local health departments to test people who have been within six feet of an infected person for more than fifteen minutes across the country. Public Health experts called the change bizarre. They noted that testing contacts of infected people is a core element of public health efforts to keep outbreaks in check, and it's a large percentage of infected people. The CDC has said as many as forty percent exhibit no symptoms federal officials said the new recommendation was issued by consensus of the White House virus topic force. However Dr Anthony found she the country's top infectious disease expert, and perhaps the best known task force member said, he wasn't part of the discussion that green lit the change suggesting it may have come from the President himself the American Medical Association in a statement called the change a recipe for community spread the Association of American Medical Colleges called it a step backward in fighting the pandemic. Restricting testing could be self defeating because it could skew the numbers and create a perception that rates of infection are Haya. Another explanation for the change is that Donald Trump simply wants to see case counts drop and discouraging more people from getting tested is one way to do it with the general election two months away and concern that a high number of infections might affect his chances of reelection.

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Day 2 at GOP convention: a first lady, a pardon, Pompeo

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 10 months ago

Day 2 at GOP convention: a first lady, a pardon, Pompeo

"Day two of the Republican National Convention include speakers praising president trump denouncing Democrats in his speech Kentucky senator rand Paul noted president trump signed a bill that reversed a federal criminal justice law backed by then senator Joe Biden the first real reform in a generation and one that sought to undo the harm that others like Joe Biden of done trump's top economic adviser Larry Kudlow insisted the economy is bouncing back a V. shaped recovery is pointing to better than twenty percent growth in the second half of this year another speaker Mary Ann Mendoza whose son was killed in a car crash involving an immigrant in the country illegally was dropped after it was learned she directed her Twitter followers to a series of online anti semitic conspiratorial messages I'm to acquire

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Day 2 at GOP convention: a first lady, a pardon, Pompeo

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 10 months ago

Day 2 at GOP convention: a first lady, a pardon, Pompeo

"Day two of the Republican National Convention include speakers praising president trump denouncing Democrats in his speech Kentucky senator rand Paul noted president trump signed a bill that reversed a federal criminal justice law backed by then senator Joe Biden the first real reform in a generation and one that sought to undo the harm that others like Joe Biden of done trump's top economic adviser Larry Kudlow insisted the economy is bouncing back a V. shaped recovery is pointing to better than twenty percent growth in the second half of this year another speaker Mary Ann Mendoza whose son was killed in a car crash involving an immigrant in the country illegally was dropped after it was learned she directed her Twitter followers to a series of online anti semitic conspiratorial messages I'm to acquire

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Exclusive: Anchor are automatically deleting podcasters, and why

podnews

04:02 min | 11 months ago

Exclusive: Anchor are automatically deleting podcasters, and why

"Today just a warning and we start with an exclusive the robots are coming free podcast host anchor could automatically delete your account without any warning it happened to experience podcast Jonathan Mendoza an old for uploading a piece of audio that he owns, and as we went to press, we've discovered one reason why if your with anchor it's a must read, you'll find it links from our show notes and our newsletter today. Edison research has published a top thirty US podcasts rancor they call it the only podcast rank of it covers the entire US podcasting industry. It claims to measure shows by reach not downloads. We've published the fullest Joe Rogan's number one of course, apple podcast is a bit broken today. Random shows are appearing in apple podcasts. Category Top shows listing willing to what we're seeing for business comedy technology and society and Culture. Some are in foreign languages, none recognizably talk shows, and it appears that storefronts are affected throughout the world is apparent bug which has been visible at least. The past three days coincides with problems that some podcast is a reporting with apple not updating its website with latest episode for some shows. Trafficking System Google ad manager has announced. It will now handle audio tune in and spotify using. It already says the UK's Matt teagan integration he says is coming for podcast but isn't quite there yet. Other outlets and our reporting on Amazon's podcasting plans and pointing out the clause that says you can't say anything bad about them on your podcast. We reported that on July twenty third in Geekwire reported as a PR mess now just so you know we've submitted news podcast last week we've agreed to those licensing terms because you know the worst that can happen is that we get thrown off calling Amazon at the Amazon and that will be excellent publicity. Don't you think? Yesterday will links to along to threat containing various accusations against PR management, Trauma Black Woman, who's since left the company CEO Kerry Hoffman has responded via an all staff email I do not get things rights plenty of times, and I have a lot to learn. She said outlining a number of steps. The organization will take try and digital have unveiled their Australian podcast rancor for the month of July. A RN'S IHEART podcast network Australia is the number one publisher wants more it measures participating publishers. The ABC the country's largest podcast is still not measured despite having said that joined within months last October spokesperson from the corporation tells pod News. We're working through some technical issues and hope to be able to participate in due course. Now, he's in brief aren't nineteen has expanded its relationships in career podcast technology and AD sales eighty six percent of podcast listeners in Saudi Arabia listen to brand funded podcasts according to a study optimal finance daily looking for. A new paid host. One of the jobs available in jobs today studios seventy one has announced its quarter three, twenty, two, thousand slate of podcasts they say that ad revenue has grown by six hundred ninety percent year-on-year the audio production awards twenty twenty have been announced in the UK. In Amsterdam the podcast festival twenty twenty is planned for September eighteenth to the nineteenth. One of the speakers is me I'll be talking about how to take control of your podcast. and RSS, feed unveiling some unpublished findings about the podcast yourself whether it's a good idea. It's a mainly virtual event with shock some physical parts you can get tickets now and inside radio has published a list of the top ten most powerful people in podcasting connel burn who runs the IHEART podcast network is deservedly awarded the number one slot by the publication's editorial bodes who also work for I heart media.

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Coronavirus Lockdown Takes a Toll on Mental Health

Larry Elder

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus Lockdown Takes a Toll on Mental Health

"The research literature is clear on the effects of quarantine and stay at home practices on mental health we know that the longer the duration of these orders the greater the intensity of the mental health problems experienced and then there's the financial health restaurant owner Frank Mendoza give up my business that I worked twenty five years sacrifice my life for okay the corona virus uptake coronavirus all that losing my business okay and I guarantee you ninety nine percent of people why can't we do the same thing the very same media demanding shut everything down it's too dangerous what do you want to do about all the people are unemployed Mr trump Mr president I have anyone else a plan to get thirty six million unemployed Americans back to work you're overseeing historic economic despair what I think we've announced a plan we're opening up our country just a rude person you are we're opening up our country and we're opening it up very fast the plan is that each state is opening and it's opening

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App could be used by EU to relax restrictions

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

App could be used by EU to relax restrictions

"Jessica Germany's Mendoza foreign minister is Heiko using Maas exercise said in to an interview stay healthy and it's important stay connected we don't end during the up corona with a patchwork virus outbreak of twenty the ESPN seven coronavirus baseball analyst apps and Olympic and twenty softball seven gold data medallist protection is posting regimes videos of but her coordinate home workouts on as social best as media possible these Mendoza yards says the goal would help is to roll encourage back travel others to restrictions stay fit on together border closures and work out the band imposed had my across tea the block and in recent weeks how I stay to stop the spread I'm of the kind virus of the contact just really tracing just happy up you already have a good being outlook jointly and developed by Mike several why not countries share some of showed the things I'm that doing the and E. learning U. and doesn't there's have to so copy many resources the Big Brother out there methods and of authoritarian I figured states if you can be but motivated can he by says seeing other instead people the do safeguard it the former of personal all American privacy outfielder I'm at Charles Stanford de credits Ledesma are college teammate Jess Allen for helping to craft the workouts I'm given Coolbaugh

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App could be used by EU to relax restrictions

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

App could be used by EU to relax restrictions

"Jessica Germany's Mendoza foreign minister is Heiko using Maas exercise said in to an interview stay healthy and it's important stay connected we don't end during the up corona with a patchwork virus outbreak of twenty the ESPN seven coronavirus baseball analyst apps and Olympic and twenty softball seven gold data medallist protection is posting regimes videos of but her coordinate home workouts on as social best as media possible these Mendoza yards says the goal would help is to roll encourage back travel others to restrictions stay fit on together border closures and work out the band imposed had my across tea the block and in recent weeks how I stay to stop the spread I'm of the kind virus of the contact just really tracing just happy up you already have a good being outlook jointly and developed by Mike several why not countries share some of showed the things I'm that doing the and E. learning U. and doesn't there's have to so copy many resources the Big Brother out there methods and of authoritarian I figured states if you can be but motivated can he by says seeing other instead people the do safeguard it the former of personal all American privacy outfielder I'm at Charles Stanford de credits Ledesma are college teammate Jess Allen for helping to craft the workouts I'm given Coolbaugh

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ESPN baseball color analyst is staying fit during the pandemic

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

ESPN baseball color analyst is staying fit during the pandemic

"Jessica Mendoza is using exercise to stay healthy and stay connected during the corona virus outbreak the ESPN baseball analyst and Olympic softball gold medallist is posting videos of her home workouts on social media Mendoza says the goal is to encourage others to stay fit together and work out the band had my tea and how I stay I'm kind of just really just happy you have a good outlook and Mike why not share some of the things I'm doing and learning and there's so many resources out there and I figured if you can be motivated by seeing other people do it the former all American outfielder at Stanford credits are college teammate Jess Allen for helping to craft the workouts I'm given Coolbaugh

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ESPN baseball color analyst is staying fit during the pandemic

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

ESPN baseball color analyst is staying fit during the pandemic

"Jessica Mendoza is using exercise to stay healthy and stay connected during the corona virus outbreak the ESPN baseball analyst and Olympic softball gold medallist is posting videos of her home workouts on social media Mendoza says the goal is to encourage others to stay fit together and work out the band had my tea and how I stay I'm kind of just really just happy you have a good outlook and Mike why not share some of the things I'm doing and learning and there's so many resources out there and I figured if you can be motivated by seeing other people do it the former all American outfielder at Stanford credits are college teammate Jess Allen for helping to craft the workouts I'm given Coolbaugh

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"mendoza" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me

This Movie Changed Me

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"mendoza" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me

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"mendoza" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me

This Movie Changed Me

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"mendoza" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me

"Look can't say those come through. ooh It's so clear to me. That Dadi Gena Davis character influenced the person that you are today. I mean you you did this interview a a short video profile with allure magazine and it ends with this really amazing quote that I feel I could have come out of his mouth where she born in a different time where she born in the time that you were born where you say about your own role in sports you say I understand the responsibility that I'm carrying and so every day I'm thinking I could be studying more. I could be doing more to prepare because I need to make sure that the store to women in immense sports stays open so that it's not just mean doing this but that there are lots of opportunities for more girls and women to do it even after me I'm different. I recognize that and I need to make sure that I am as prepared that I understand that I've done everything I can knowing that people are going to want to say she doesn't belong long. I wanted to prove to them. I do it's amazing. It's where we're at you know and it's something that I don't really realize a lot of the context of even anything that I'm doing in baseball but I do realize responsibility. It's an interesting place to be because I don't sit back and go. Wow like you you know I've done this and I've done that it's more of I look around and see there's no other women are few women I should say Around me and because of that comes responsibility. It's not about me so decisions that I make based on what I do or honestly how I prepare simples how I prepare for a game. It's really about the bigger bigger picture of how many women should we have here. And if I mess up that torque enclose and that's responsibility and I honestly I love the responsibility because I love pressure Russia. I'm like sick in the mind that way. I always craved it. That's why like biggest moments at bats bottom seven the Olympics. I want to be up because even though I know failure failure is right around the corner along with what success can bring like. It's either or right in those big moments. I always want to be in them. I WANNA be in the most pressure sure packed situations because that's kind of why we live. I I live my life beyond you know what I do with my own kids and my family. I live my life to be in the moment that we trained for and whether that's just preparing with your day to day work life whether it's you know how you go and push who's yourself to get a job that maybe you didn't think you could get once you're in that position it's because you want the pressure that comes with it or you should and kind of flipping your mindset the win your heart starts pounding and start almost sweating that that's a good thing you're doing something that's really cool and really impactful awful even if it's just like I told my five year old the other day when he played his first baseball game and he's like mom I have my belly and I was laughing you you know and I'm looking at him and I'm like tickly are a good thing but you're about to go play your first baseball game. Yeah this is a big deal. Just I was trying to five but I might try and tell them like the biggest do in life. You're going to have tickles in your belly. And he you know he kind of like I was crazy but like my point to him. was that tickly thing that thing. That's happened been those nerves that you're having butterflies. That's what we live for you care about your first game. And he's just like. I want the tickle us to go away stop talking. It reminds me of that scene between Dadi. and Jimmy Dugan Dugan where he says you know. It's supposed to be hard if it wasn't hard everyone would do it. The heart is what makes it great. It's the hard that makes it great. That's like tattooed in my brain. It's the hard and then like he pauses. It's the hard that makes it great and that to me. Then you can apply to any aspect of life is how by nature. We WanNA run from those moments right but it's hard it's difficult it's challenging. I always tell people this I was never the most talented player. But what I learned is that when things got hard when we had to go run shuttles when we had to get up at five. Am and do weights when we had they do all the things that were hard. This is on a physical level but still it was hard. I saw the people that were better than me fall and I pass them because when it was hard they did run and even in my job. Now there's times like with criticism or whatever like coming out you or your you know your sometimes even your own bosses are doubting if you should even be there. Yeah it's that hard part. That's what allows me to want to do it more like. Let's keep pushing chicken ship. Dada you want to go back home to Oregon and make one hundred baby's great. I'm an opposition to tell anyone how to live but sneaking out like this quitting you regretted for the rest of your life. Baseball is what gets inside you. It's what lights you up. You can't deny that it just got too hard supposed to be on. It wasn't hard everyone would do it. The heart rate. You know when I first saw this movie as a kid I was a real romantic as a kid. I Love Romance. I remember being disappointed watching League of their own at the fact that Tom. Hanks and Gena Davis Davis the Jimmy. And Daddy don't get together and now when I watched this movie I'm so grateful. Don't like as a thirty seven year old woman I'm like I'm so grateful that they become friends. And then it's based on this mutual respect and that we see that really modeled for us and I was right there with you though I was like crushing on Jimmy Dugan for Dottie like they belong together and they you know and honestly what's interesting. There's a moment on the bus right bus scenes as my favorite now and it's romantic but in a way that like I've learned now like you can have romance and be my romance is like true. Genuine love yeah Without it being I guess romantic love without sexual. Yeah yes sexual yet without it being sexual love like it can be purely this romantic beautiful. Well love scene. That's just to human beings in one because it's like a total like she. He is just learning and understanding a player. That you know really Screwed up in life and now is changing and because of special player in her. That helped him see the game differently. And it's this beautiful love scene scene but I had been trained calling out Disney movies. My whole life right that like okay when that happens trigger kissing. They're going to go off to a bedroom. Like this is what nighttime daylight begins two hundred. That's what happens even as an eleven year old. I was recognizing this okay. They they need to kiss and that this is the only way that men and women can be right. Well that you can't have love for the opposite sex in a way and you're right looking back on it. I'm so so proud of that movie for so many reasons. Except for the drop all everything else was done perfectly ahead of its time ahead of its time. Listen when Scott Bob comes back are you gonNA keep playing. Oh you've you could just quit like that. Could you play like you lung. 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"mendoza" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"mendoza" Discussed on Holding Court with Geno Auriemma

"Because you know there's always you could play there might have been moments or maybe they're like Oh we have a groner team but soon as I can play it was like Oh okay it's just you know pick whatever some of the more athletic players and they become the pitchers I had no clue what throw underhand whereas I pitched a little baseball 'cause I mean we put don't put town so if you see me on the court lately that's what I wear you don't know that it's a dresser it feels like a casual shirt and main M. I n. dot com slash. Gino see some of my favorite shirts take a look you'll be impressed give it a shot when it comes to the college basketball season the only team that matters is the Yukon huskies you got that with the Wells Fargo uconn women's basketball debit card you can show your Husky pry with every purchase you make head to your local wells Fargo and asked for your new uconn women's basket ball debit card today wells Fargo is the official retail bank partner of uconn women's basketball.

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"mendoza" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"mendoza" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mendoza survive but others were to lucky she said she was there with her sister and her dad to more in the lives of those that were killed and be with her community we've referred a couple of times to the use of those who were killed what is known about some of them yes I mean they were young Trevor Herby of Romulus New York twenty five he recently moved to California his alma mater Cuba college posted about is killing on Facebook a thirteen year old girl named Kayla Salazar from San Jose California and a little boy just six years old name Stephen Romero we've seen his smiling picture circulated he was killed and a number of people wounded as well of course and then there is the single person and it is a single person right so far that that that is held responsible for this well at this point the police had been looking and are looking for a second person and the witnesses identified but they're not sure if anybody else was involved if this person even exists okay so one person and what is said about the one person you know his name is something people don't want to talk about they don't want to mention him they don't want to give them a platform but the police did identify him he's a nineteen year old originally from Gilroy he bought that assault style rifle legally in Nevada on July ninth where gun laws are less restrictive and he cut through a fence and enter the festival on Sunday were he started shooting and killing people in his own hometown and at this point FBI doesn't no motive police said they don't know motive there's a lot of speculation about an Instagram post that was attributed to the gunmen that references and nineteenth century white power manifesto but authorities don't know this account was the gunmen and they don't know if this was a random act of violence or driven by a specific ideology Layla what thoughts occur to you as you cover this mass shooting having covered a number of them before including the nation's worst shooting in Las Vegas and you hear some of these phrases which are are the appropriate things to say but people say them again and again that this is a tragedy but will be strong will get beyond that and the other things that people have to say yeah I think it's there is this horrible routine almost to the way that mass shootings now unfold and most people were insisting this cannot be normal this cannot become normal and yet in a way it has later thanks so much thank you the temperature level final the narrow strait of Hormuz is the shipping choke point where tensions between United States and Iran are playing out right now the water way is this corridor for both trade and smuggling but also serves as a route for dolphins impressed with Charlotte recently visited the straight for movies and sent us this postcard I'm on a dowel and old style but the straits of what was.

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"mendoza" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"mendoza" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Twenty eight twenty nine twenty we call out a name and that person got twenty minutes to call us back so big we can double your pets looking forward linda note lucy mendoza lucy mendoza from santa ana once again lucy mendoza from santa anna you now have twenty minutes to call us back so we can double your pay alrighty once again lucy mendoza from santa anna and for those out there we hit you the game don't call her hey hello hey how you doing this lucy mendoza alright yeah come on now already lucy mendoza from santa anna you have twenty minutes to call us up right now dj one vic one oh go ahead get into it i mean let me know that it's time to go ahead and make it abscam cardi b be careful big boi boise mendoza wait nice comey gave you you wanna oh lesson you pictures still next you choose what's to meet you but is going to be the point john for me world girls it's not we.

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"mendoza" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"mendoza" Discussed on WGN Radio

"For all their preoccupied with lots of things going on i don't know of abc is going to let you come back because you enjoyed seeing the whole time thank you so much anytime you want to come back at me this we call this riding sidecar tonight we had comptroller mendoza mendoza roadside guard a night the whole three hours thank you so you're invited the doors open any tirado again go work out with you at the dog absolutely arent i haven instead he said he was listening god bless him for are coming to do our length threats and jokes and make us laughing what why were crying elsewhere can do pervious ahead that's what i do and i'm there i as you tells give us was good for me she ditches against this line of those earlier she has given says is rich in iron and long calories i've also heard that exactly and peers and antiinflammatory i think if you have one and i think someone said that the shot of vodka is like a an hour of meditation so talk itself we if he can just bounce it all out while you're driving no follow comfortably mendoza on twitter what's your twitter handle susannah mendoza ten s u s a n a it's like susan but with an a at the end susannah mendoza one zero and joe what's your would you want people afoul where joe kilgallen care l gallon hidden gallon geico gallardo iphone 7 thank you so much abrines tiller tonight nick d is of nexus chagas very own seven twenty wgn chicago and wgnradiocom if you're an amazon echo user just say play wgn radio onto in here with you news is big father keep rowdy its cloudy and 55 at o'hare hurricane erma hit puerto rico lesson i would flood raids and powerful winds wgn meteorologist tom skilling tells through cultural four there may be next we have to hurricane models that are taking the center of the storm in miami uh at somewhere between seven a m sunday morning them uh one o'clock sunday afternoon and there'd be the attendant horrors ahead of them are must winds were clocking at around one hundred eighty miles an hour ride now remember is predicted to come on short in florida as a categoryfour storm there have i've.

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