17 Burst results for "Mike Echo"

"mike echo" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

03:29 min | 9 months ago

"mike echo" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Drug you are going back. Dirty. You look both ways. If anybody's watching the guy at 7 11 is like, what? He got fired? Hey guys, here's a hundred primers. You never saw us. Right. Right. We were never here. Oh gosh. He says, that's cool, but it's got to be like a thousand primers a month from now. Right. Yeah. So like the progressive loaders, just keep feeding it primers. It's funny. And I know you know this because you've got competitive shooters in your family, but a lot of times you get people who are shooting competitively in like three of them will go in and buy a high production machine and make lots of ammo. And when you're really going to town, you need one to operate the machine and two to keep feet. We can put cases. We're going to just pour it in the hopper. Spilling them up the whole time. Right. I mean, we had a friend that had the Dylan presses set up for 38, three 57, one set up for 45 and you just kind of rotated back and forth with what you were, what you were working on. Yeah, I got a friend. Their laundry room has 6 presses in it. No room for the Worcester and dryer in there. Good luck finding the place to wash your clothes. Yeah, like at that point, why are you calling it a washroom? Well, that's right. It's exactly. Because the amount of money it saves a wash, you shoot more. Yeah, it's kind of crazy. But I think if you might think about getting into it, hitting the yard sales looking on Craigslist, where you can, this mee is, that was a great idea and I had forgotten about that. Like I said, I joined a long time ago and had completely forgotten I had this thing going there. I'm looking here. Our CVS carbide pistol dies. There you go. Now, it doesn't mean the prices are going to be, oh, wow. Here's some by selling. Some B2B in one 70 powder. See? Okay. So yeah, miui. Which is just checking that out. Me like I me. Mike echo whisky echo. Dot com. Yeah. And I think they've got an app like Facebook does for your phone, that kind of a thing, but I was looking at it on the computer too. I'm looking at ten millimeter fan club, bicep firearms. And then they have these localized and this might be something interesting. It's like you've got Idaho gun club, Idaho, guns. I'm sure he'd state as that, so you could find people who are local to your area where you're not shipping things. You can actually go buy components and things. And do a meet. At the convenience store. That's right. You get you some gas and some ammo, you're good to go, you know? Meet outside the parking lot at Dick's Sporting Goods. That's right. It's time your nose, Adam. These are proven people out.

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"mike echo" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"mike echo" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"They break with the top thirty players but it does mean that those guys will be around and available and also how about this for the giants they made national news with a letter sent to season ticket holders I got it last night when they announced that the game will be played with season ticket holders sending in an image of themselves to be placed into a cut out that will be displayed in the stands during home games hopefully creating tens of thousands of giants fans as they appear as cardboard cut out so we can have some fun with that talking about sending in alternate images Mike echo echo suggesting maybe the three Stooges Pelosi and trump he had trouble at Dodger hat which I thought was funny right and we had other thoughts you know can we send N. Stephan with cardboard boot on the ball the bricks right somebody sent in how bout Polly in an open casket as it cut it right down the third base line yet right by the time I got the players to look over that mark is that the water boy yeah I get confused between the text line in the water boy that's good so anyway that's the news on the giants is that yeah you to ramp up the excitement and we keep our eyes on those young players yeah that my friends is a twisting turning Broadway musical incorrect naming a Liverpool driven if I could ever bus so they're re because I'm a big fan of ferry cross the Mersey all right it creates a real like mid sixties five nineteen sixty five pacemakers yeah yes yeah a pacemaker so there you go okay so you think that's enough you think you've had enough content and entertainment we started wrong because the cooler of content forty five seconds away back into the list yeah man poly Max up next all right KMB are one oh four five rock and roll and six eighty the sports later you're listening to a Murfin Max power hour now one one oh four five FM in six eighty please be on the sports leader the Chilton auto body traffic.

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"mike echo" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"mike echo" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Get you through your community you're lucky enough to still have one more for me to get you through the coronavirus crisis in the world were few things are reliable we are listening to the chase ranch eleven am seven seventy K. to teach we're streaming live on all the smart speakers like the Amazon echo and Google home we got a lot to get to you only have an hour left to do it wala wala folks are posting coronavirus parties doesn't sound like a party I want to be a part of the room is going to stop by from the Rubin report we want you to come out of the closet as conservatives customers county mayors have banded together to ask governor Jay Inslee to speed up the phrase in program Marysville mayor Jon Nehring skin to stop by at five forty five to explain their position this out of the chase Rancho is brought to you by you build it lots of news is happening all around the world right here at home so find out what's trending what's trending at home I mean I suppose there ain't no party like a covert nineteen party is that how the song goes I think so which is kind of weird because that's on here like twenty five years ago so how did they know well just like the Simpsons they seem to be able to predict the future folks in wala wala have inexplicably decided to hold a covert parties to purposefully infecting each other so in their view they get immunity to it and they can re enter the workforce faster Megan the bolt is the director of community health over in wala wala she says it's bad idea dum dum he says that we have the heart breaks we had related to a single exposure Mike echo the nineteen party just sets us back even further sets us back even further because this could lead to an outbreak in the county that so far has had only like ninety seven positive cases call the party what Darcy hands down that's where it's come out all their contact you know that's a twenty five contacts per person is you know around a hundred people you could potentially have been exposed so there she was talking with Tom TV first.

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"mike echo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

09:23 min | 2 years ago

"mike echo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Alright here we go welcome back the Pat McAfee show I am AJ hawk sit in for Pat all we can breaking news right now actually miles gear it met with Roger Goodell and a good deal has officially decided to reinstate my was geared back let him I guess effective immediately become a member of the at the Cleveland Browns play for them again so Hey I I figured it would be crazy for him not to get reinstated a guy I knew he would eventually and this seems like the right time when everything died on this the dead week as we talk about that's why I'm here my past where this is the dead week when everyone takes vacation slow slow news week one I just put it out there and Rajagopal I just hope that people don't replayed the clip of him I have written that the help when he does want to like scratch no wound in an open up again Roger Goodell's trying to do this as quietly as possible we'll try to make sure we pump it out there to everybody miles Kerr is back if you want to show the clip of him ripping Mason Ross someone off do whatever you can get all my come after you though for licensing situations yeah I mean I just six games there is no reason I don't think the carry over into week one of next year tried to kill a guy yeah but you know I deserved it but you you don't do what you can find everything you go off like previous infraction to miles there doesn't have any of those we grow up Conor mas geared writes poetry he's a quiet guy doesn't say much he just freaked out for about thirty seconds and he had to pay dearly was his his paycheck and his reputation I guess fair enough but I would give out of sixteen games maybe even take about all next season you can't have that in football guys just user pressure were you what were your board saying they they should press charges go that far but I read six games that some guy was think is over of next year it's mass under in the face he's only gets experience that's probably a thought for a lot of players this is how fall far doing that has fallen they're worried about the Browns like he does all my gear to play because he's worried about the Browns now car you need to worry about Tom Brady being a quarterback ask your mom do you worry about miles AJ I don't even sleep anymore what about thirty been our quarterback next year all right who we okay let's say Tom Brady does not reside in New England who do you blame Bella check you can't blame craft he says but million time he kissed him on the lips I think a thousand times how much he wants Tom Brady back who would you play who I think did you spell check Brady Giselle one of the kids the trainer who you blame I'm blaming first the system does the system failed us into definitely out of the free agent system all right all right Hey Reggie white that he's got to start to sell as well I think Giselle it's kind of sick of the cold weather she wants to go warm that's definitely a problem I mean there's no better place to raise a family the New England I don't even know what she's talking about thing maybe look inward in a lot of the fans we need to look inward guys burning his Jersey after the playoff game ABCS I'll I I've given these guys so much and this is how they're gonna react I'm out of that video was fake that was a jets fan who did that and then it just got spawn that it was a New England fan you know that tie really I don't know I mean I think it's gonna be cool to see what happens like I said we we talked about yesterday soul mind so many moving parts so many veteran free agents that we have never we've never seen this before I'll we've never seen it before who stays put who moves on actors Tannehill you would imagine he's got to get something done in Tennessee right with a franchise I think so I did things out I mean that we talked about yesterday just if you look at Derrick Henry they have to figure that situation out and if they break came off forty gonna pay some guy thirty million dollars to play quarterback do you think Tennessee Titans fans will be really upset if they don't retain their cannery it's like if they're like Hey this two wanted more than one Zeke got and we all know that this tends to not work out when you give running backs second contracts at least as of late it hasn't as much and they just can't make it it can't make it happen cannot come to an agreement he go somewhere else are people going to be pissed at that the Titans for not resigning I think so just because of the recency bias you know I mean like he he was such a key part of their success last year basically carried you know through the playoffs and won the rushing title so I think just because you know people are gonna look at his entire career in terms of like his body work though just remember how good he was last year and and be upset I think because it because of his success in the first two games of the playoffs I would think they're gonna they're gonna be upset but you know then they'll think about and then he'll go somewhere else they won't do anything then they'll realize that they made a right decision I mean yeah it's weird the running back position it's it's scary to pay guys secondly I think it really I mean seek we know how great he is he got a ton of money as I can work out for them there's a reason I think there's a reason personally why they let it get to what Derek's last year his rookie contract if they thought he was that great and if you perform better early in his career they would have given extension earlier earlier on the rather than writing him to the very last year letting them get the free and let him gain the most leverage he has every right as a player right now with them almost getting to the Superbowl on his back in Ryan Tannehill's back that's the thing like he has more leverage now than he ever has me sitting here telling Dan Patrick or whoever that seeks deal was but the bottom base that's where we we're we're beginning there so I'm getting more than Zeke it's a bold statement to come out and say right now some of your pet yeah someone that you imagine he wants to be in Tennessee yeah yeah I would I would assume so I wanna I wanna Rabal sits a man like brings a man throughout the negotiations is I came and like listen we we respect you we know who you are we we love what you bring to this team the physicality it's great for rape like they take on his mind set of being like a physical grinder gritty guy what if he just says I K. it's not happening man you're not getting seats money but we're gonna give you a bunch of money you need to be happy about it but would love to have you here but just don't be unrealistic and he put in their Kennedy say Hey that's cool you say that rape but guess what I got three for the teams are willing to pay me more than once he got so peace Embraceable played the week fifteen sixteen years can say you know what I get it I understand and I'm very well seems like dive coach that could sit down there can reset tomb but would also be the type of coach like you just said that would understand him going somewhere else to get money yeah he gets he played you know I'm a pivot so I mentioned all of this technology we have here just who knows millions of million dollars into the into the studio this warehouse space we have this screen here I'm a pop up we have a screen that is a telestrator if anyone can see this right here you like to do that this amazing massive studio this is like Regis and Kathie Lee throw your way out there so we're gonna play a little clip here this is from the American century tournament it's a golf tourney it played every year American century championship out like Tahoe and I'm not a great golfers so how I secured invites back I don't have my in by yet for this yourself there watchin that email back I don't know when it's supposed to come or not if it is going to come but I sort of tackling these dudes years ago this is like during one of the practice rounds program day and they were asking people to tackle is the first year I did I went it was nice tackle everything worked out well NBC love it they played with this video here I'm gonna show you a little bit you can run it and I'll let you know what causes these guys were waiting for me to make sure this is the guy who stop right now so check this thing out not always do the big dude he's got a L. of this huge JJ watt brace on I was like maybe what happened you sure are you are you just come up by some couple weeks go to world take this awful and I'm like are you sure you clear can we do this okay I don't worry about that also bill Goldberg he was a big reason so if you see here he's worked were walking through what we're gonna do he had one of his buddies that's gonna throw him like a high ball where he's going to go up expose his ribs expose his whole body off his vital organs in let me try to get a good shot on to make it look good for the cameras look good for the crowd and you can let it run now here more we'll see what kind of set so read the book you read that one back what's his hat his head down to the ground here what is it with right hand he wasn't really going for the ball in my other were you AJ no I was not going to I was head slash necked hunting read it back real quick I want to stop the run on time to stop it let's keep going now you can run a forward it's real it's too fast just wait to expose stopped when we want to I get it but if you look my like elbow and forearm got right up into his neck under his and got him in the Adam's apple you can hear the breast leaving his body yeah and his head into there's all those tall trees surrounding this place and when his body and head hit the ground it just reverberated dome Mike echo but we were out like you know some big Coliseum somewhere or something and it was great and I I had a bright through three for four years in a row we haven't had as much lately I'm guy same dude every year they have a company that they started all the stuff we grew it started as like an organic thing and it just became what I did see where you play the clip full speed one more time from I sort of see again he throws at our many if there's right arm and again most I mean what.

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"mike echo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"mike echo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"With the AFC does zero the Sean what's a backup quarterback one is the problem so you go for they can take a couple shots and see if you may be given to a long feel closer situation just Tucker at the huge lake won best kickers in pride the best opinion about what's gonna throw it short that's what Mike echo across the forty five of the fifty yard line and he is down at the forty five yard line of the yet and see it looks like it's about as good JFC will take time with thirteen seconds left here is what it is that short the board about the back field and a river the pick up of seventeen your John Harbaugh you definitely kick a field goal if you don't get are yours to sixty three order from here and that's well within the range just log this year people fifty one accurate figures in the other building is twenty to twenty nine this year was just to talk you hear about him kick in you know six five seven practice watchman pre game balls explodes office what's in the gun here takes the snap back the past looking levels left but by late real the numbers of land re will be touched down the side of your mother to mark the thirty two the cowboys will get credit for the tackle and with six seconds left they will take that it's not about it just the doctor will come in at the gate of thirteen even on that passport a Jarvis Landry well now I gotta move almost like a chip shop this is gonna be a fifty yarder with a ride on the forty fifty yarder the role of the left has just soccer over the years a lot of people always that conversation if you have one kid to win the game would you have for the ones that was out of right I believe that's over the last couple years maybe three or four years it's just the doctor just because of the strength of his way Tucker foreseeable parole the NFL and scoring this year to try this one from fifty I will hold up record for for Tennessee now it's down sucker with the kick all the way and that one is cool Justin Tucker bangs it through Google play throughout the postseason what was all they could release the curtain Brenda waters treasure house a living community for adults with disabilities Barbasol shaving cream is available at five fantastic flavors to customize your close shave find your favorite Barbasol today and that will bring us to the other the first half of the AFC on top twenty four to forty eight US W. either at the end of a nice job two minute drive then they get a stock at the ball right back so we get ten points in about the last minute and a half of this of this first half and so actually last fifty three seconds of the first down so great job by them that's the end of the first step with this for the a or C. twenty four the F. C. fourteen we were told Jason Horowitz rejoins us more progressive insurance studios with the halftime report get your quote at progressive dot com today your listening to exclusive coverage all waiting on Westwood war this.

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"mike echo" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"mike echo" Discussed on KOMO

"Alex still well when it comes to talking politics everybody has their own views and opinions usually shrouded in their own belief structure even if they don't recognize it over at five thirty eight it's not about unions and personal feelings the team uses statistical analysis to understand what is being trending and where things are likely going in politics back now to the team having around table chat about twenty nineteen five thirty eight scaling through Nate silver Clare Malone and Mike echo in class what were some of your key moments in twenty nineteen that just stick out whether or not they were surprising I think the things like looking back Biden deciding to run I mean it's kind of been all and on one level because okay of course era was going around but I don't think that was always inevitable and so the fact that he has remained a flawed but steady front runner co front runner however you want to say it is interesting and I I think his decision to actually run is a big one looking back also in some regard instigated the Ukraine scandal right because if he doesn't run that and totally know your cattle and then I would say the other two things that stick out in my mind are the Muller report because it drove so much of it drove the party politics within the democratic caucus right you know that friction between the moderates and the progressives it so that it kind of help to find that dynamic and then of course I think you know the political event of the year is the Ukraine impeachments practice and it's funny that we have in a single year two tracks of impeachment in my mind maybe it's because I work at five thirty eight I really do separate out though the impeachment stuff verses the campaign because I think they're different beasts and they have different angles and actually impeachment doesn't necessarily like serve the best election electoral masters for the Democrats but I still think it's obviously a huge moment in the country so those are my three but I think it's been a crazy fall the ship to that idea make of the election plus the Ukraine stuff is just you know what it.

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"mike echo" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"mike echo" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"In politics back now to the team having around table chat about twenty nineteen five thirty eight scaling through Nate silver Clare Malone and Mike echo in class what were some of your key moments in twenty nineteen that just stick out whether or not they were surprising I think the things like looking back Biden deciding to run I mean it's kind of been all and on one level because okay of course era was going around but I don't think that was always inevitable and so the fact that he has remained a flawed but steady front runner co front runner however you want to say it is interesting and I I think his decision to actually run is a big one looking back also in some regard instigated the Ukraine scandal right because if he doesn't run that and totally know your cattle and then I would say the other two things that stick out in my mind as the Muller report because it drove so much of it drove the party politics within the democratic caucus right you know that friction between the moderates and the progressives it so that it kind of help to find that dynamic and then of course I think you know the political event of the year is the Ukraine impeachments practice and it's funny that we have in a single year two tracks of impeachment in my mind maybe it's because I work at five thirty eight I really do separate out though the impeachment stuff verses the campaign because I think they're different beasts and there you have different angles and actually impeachment doesn't necessarily like serve the best electric electoral masters for the Democrats but I still think it's obviously a huge moment in the country so those are my three but I think it's been a crazy fall the ship to that idea Mike of the election plus the Ukraine stuff is just two blocks.

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"mike echo" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

09:43 min | 2 years ago

"mike echo" Discussed on WTVN

"This is news radio six ten WTVN the following program was produced at the ABC studios thanks to our partners at K. F. C. K. F. C. it's Bangor like in good from ABC news was six twenty nineteen year in review erase correspondent Alex go twenty nineteen well it was a year in politics like nobody has ever seen filled with Twitter attacks allegations flying from every side Ukraine and Russia playing a role in U. S. debate impeachment hearings are huge panel of Democrats running for president and yeah the countdown to an election that's a whole lot going on and it leads us right into where twenty twenty will pick up as things get hotter in the election cycle so much is in front of us right now how we got here he's been a confusing past in the past year our colleagues over at five thirty eight who use statistical analysis hard numbers to understand the current state of affairs sat down to have a round table chat about the past year here now Galen drew Nate silver Clare Malone and Mike echo one at five thirty eight let's begin by bringing ourselves back to this time last year Claire what were some key expectations that we had for how politics would play out in twenty nineteen they didn't necessarily go as expected so I was thinking about this so flooding on minor and and what I was doing last December was reporting a piece about the sort of upstart progressive left activists in the Democratic Party because we had just come off the mid term in the last six months had sort of been defined by their AOC rising star and you know there was a lot of coverage at the end of twenty eighteen in the first months of of twenty nineteen of what we now know as the squad and so I was kind of interested in the over ten window opening ideas that were percolating you know the idea that they were you know court packing and all that stuff and this is sort of the this is before any of anyone had run for president there was a ton of talk about how much there were these progressive litmus tests for the primary and so I think that that has proven half true for twenty ninety Ian right there were a lot of progressive litmus test and a lot of the primary was around dilemmas tests of health care but now at the end of twenty nineteen you know I'm looking at the top four candidates basically as too moderate and too progressive and it's interesting and and the people who are getting into the race now I'm not saying they're gonna be successful but devol Patrick and Michael Bloomberg C. spaces in the moderate lane of things and I think that's interesting right I think the conversation at the end of this year is not necessarily around the the party is getting super left it's about the party isn't as left as you thought it was Mike at in NY I'm curious if that was a big theme for twenty nineteen in your view as well the expectations going in is that it would be full of activists on the party driving the party last and whether this kind of course correction seemingly towards the end of the year was a surprise I actually it's very hard to like kind of place yourself in the mentality yeah that you were a year ago I mean certainly the big story of twenty eighteen politically was the cabin a confirmation and then the mid terms and Democrats coming out of the mid terms feeling pretty good maybe the big political story in the primary which is probably a part we are most interested in is five thirty eight is this shift toward the left kind of in the first half of the year and then a shift back to the center more recently that seems like a big story there you know I mean I have in terms of things that went wrong if you're sitting here a year ago we would have correctly identified some of the big democratic kind candy to the race but we probably would have a much higher on that tell they deserve respect and Kamel Harris so you know you already have a couple of casualties of high expectations I agree with all that look very early on actually we were saying don't forget there's a big chunk of the Democratic Party that is not super liberal I've been surprised by how sort of like a tale of two halves it's been it seems like all the energy was on the left for like the first half of this primary the first half of twenty nineteen then all of a sudden there was like the moderates bite back and it seems like there was a reaction the other thing I've been surprised by which maybe we should have been it's just how much electability has dominated the conversation I think we knew it would be a big subject of conversation but just how much voters care about it I'd anticipate and then the big one I think it's impeachment for obvious reasons I don't think we saw impeachment as as all that likely until until the Ukraine thing happened in terms of the shift in Democrats mentality or which side the energy is on was there a clear turning point I'm trying to think back over the year maybe the first debate sticks out to me as something where how far left the party had shifted became really clear and more moderate voices in the party started speaking up but was there a clear shift it took longer like yeah I I actually think judges an interesting figure in all this because he is to his strategic advantage not a person who was well known and thus well defined by ideology and I think you kinda entered the race and the the national consciousness as people are talking about his sexual orientation he kind of was the gave vague plans right that sort of seem to fall under more okay like progressive Medicare for all stuff there was a lot of actually like fine tuning the policy stuff and then there was a moment which I think was only a few months ago where he was kinda like in his his campaign was kind of like you know there's an opening in the middle right and I think Harris tried to split the baby a little bit and it didn't work late where she kinda tried to say one of that progressive but you know she was she we talk for the she was a compromise can and I think judge found a nice way into that moderate space yeah I I think judge captures it I think it was really warm ands arise that yeah it's good that slip dot switch now look that's which is like the summer basically yeah exactly I I think it's partly a media creation it's partly like what's the narrative but on the other hand something real did happen where you had booted judge looks and make that have it and where Warren was climbing climbing climbing all of a sudden a site wait a second issue too liberal and then she's been struggling more recently in the polls yeah I think one difficult thing about twenty nineteen is like the T. stories and they keep memorable days are moments like don't actually correlate that well right so key moments and I might have a particular criteria for it which is like the times when you feel like all my gosh things are shifting and moving in real time you knew in real time where you feel like you know I was in earthquake in twenty nineteen AS in Las Vegas in the summer you know like literally recycling seismic about like I kind of feel the ground shaking so where was the earth like activity I thought the day when like trump released the transcript of the Ukraine call yeah that was pretty seismic the other one was that first debate we're kind of all the candidates were I think some different nights right on the first I kind of all the candidates raising your hand forget the exceptions were about we will be banned private insurance or health care right it was like saying here going to left and then come all Harris going after Joe Biden in a way that I thought was very effective and she rose in the polls and look like okay things are kind of fine fine now being shaken up but in fact she lost that bounce after a few weeks in a lot of problems in retrospect though like I said that was the most important moment I think my mom was the one that you clear and I can wear identifying a moment ago which is this moment where Warren rises and it's gonna be deemed to be the National Front runner or cold front runner and then how quickly the backlash happens right how much these rich donors are like we don't know about her we need Michael Bloomberg or develop Patrick or or someone in the race right how much church is able to say okay actually well now she's a front runner right I can kind of run to her right how much healthier to prep for I mean I think it's like I also don't think the big moment for exactly surprising but it does feel like inflection points where it would not have been crazy to imagine a world in which Warren rises and some combination of following happens either some Sanders people come and say okay well I like Bernie better but Warren clearly can win and with our support she'll definitely win and so AOC endorses Elizabeth Warren and that says in a different directory or people in the establishment saying you know what clearly this is what the people want she's a little bit more progress than we might like but Hey she's not Bernie and she can be collegial we can work with her and so and so let's elevate her instead of tearing her down now to be fair usually what happens when you get to be perceived as a front runner is that you get torn down and we kind of only have like a few moments in history where a woman was perceived as a front runner in the presidential primary and they're also shared it with that woman having a tough time right I mean Hillary Clinton the kind of perpetual novel from under India in two thousand eight Hillary Clinton again in twenty sixteen where she could win by some margin but like clearly was not having an easy go of it I got a jump in here to take a break coming up the team at five thirty eight continues.

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"mike echo" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"mike echo" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Nate silver Clare Malone and Mike echo in class what were some of your key moments in twenty nineteen that just stick out whether or not they were surprising I think the things like looking back Biden deciding to run I mean it's kind of been all and on one level because okay of course zero was going around but I don't think that was always inevitable and so the fact that he has remained a flawed but steady front runner co front runner however you want to say it is interesting and I I think his decision actually run is a big one looking back also in some regard instigated the Ukraine scandal right because if he doesn't run that and totally know your cattle and then I would say the other two things that stick out in my mind are the Muller report because it drove so much of it drove the party politics within the democratic caucus right you know that friction between the moderates and the progressives it so that it kind of help to find that dynamic and then of course I think you know the political event of the year is the Ukraine impeachments practice and it's funny that we have in a single year two tracks of impeachment in my mind maybe it's because I work at five thirty eight I really do separate out those of the impeachment stuff verses the campaign because I think they're different beasts and they have different angles and actually impeachment doesn't necessarily like serve the best alleged electoral masters the Democrats but I still think it's obviously a huge moment in the country so those are my three but I think it's been a crazy fall the ship to the dynamic of the election plus the Ukraine stuff is just what my.

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"mike echo" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"mike echo" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Is correspondent Alex still well when it comes to talking politics everybody has their own views and opinions usually shrouded in their own belief structure even if they don't recognize it over at five thirty eight it's not about unions and personal feelings the team uses statistical analysis to understand what is being trending and where things are likely going in politics back now to the team having a roundtable chat about twenty nineteen five thirty eight scaling through eight silver Clare Malone and Mike echo in class what were some of your key moments in twenty nineteen that just stick out whether or not they were surprising I think the things like looking back biting deciding to run I mean it's kind of been all and on one level because okay of course he was gonna run but I don't think that was always inevitable and so the fact that he has remained a flawed but steady front runner co front runner however you want to say it is interesting and I I think his decision actually run is a big one looking back also in some regard instigated the Ukraine scandal right because if he doesn't run that and totally know your cattle and then I would say the other two things that stick out in my mind are the Muller port because it drove so much of it drove the party politics within the democratic caucus right you know that friction between the moderates and the progressives it so that it kind of help to find that dynamic and then of course I think you know the political event of the year is the Ukraine impeachments practice and it's funny that we have in a single year two tracks of impeachment in my mind maybe it's because I work at five thirty eight I really do separate out though the impeachment stuff verses the campaign because I think they're different beasts and they have different angles and actually impeachment doesn't necessarily like serve the best election electoral masters Democrats but I still think it's obviously a huge moment in the country so those are my three but I think it's been a crazy fall the ship to that idea make of the election plus the Ukraine stuff is just what it.

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"mike echo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"mike echo" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Politics back now to the team having around table chat about twenty nineteen five thirty eight scaling through Nate silver Clare Malone and Mike echo in class what were some of your key moments in twenty nineteen that just stick out whether or not they were surprising I think the things like looking back biting deciding to run I mean it's kind of been all and on one level because okay of course Europe was going around but I don't think that was always inevitable and so the fact that he has remained a flawed but steady front runner co front runner however you want to say it is interesting and I I think his decision to actually run is a big one looking back also in some regard instigated the Ukraine scandal right because if he doesn't run that and totally know your cattle and then I would say the other two things that stick out in my mind as the Muller report because it drove so much of it drove the party politics within the democratic caucus right you know that friction between the moderates and the progressives it so that it kind of IT help to find that dynamic and then of course I think you know the political event of the year is the Ukraine impeachments practice and it's funny that we have in a single year two tracks of impeachment in my mind maybe it's because I work at five thirty eight I really do separate out though the impeachment stuff verses the campaign because I think they're different beasts and there you have different angles and actually the impeachment doesn't necessarily like serve the best election electoral masters for the Democrats but I still think it's obviously a huge moment in the country so those are my three but I think it's been a crazy fall the ship to that idea Mike of the election plus the Ukraine stuff is just do you know why.

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"mike echo" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"mike echo" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Politics back now to the team having around table chat about twenty nineteen five thirty eight scaling through Nate silver Clare Malone and Mike echo in class what were some of your key moments in twenty nineteen that just stick out whether or not they were surprising I think the things like looking back Biden deciding to run I mean it's kind of been all and on one level because okay of course era was going around but I don't think that was always inevitable and so the fact that he has remained a flawed but steady front runner co front runner however you want to say it is interesting and I I think his decision to actually run is a big one looking back also in some regard instigated the Ukraine scandal right because if he doesn't run that and totally know your cattle and then I would say the other two things that stick out in my mind are the Muller report because it drove so much of it drove the party politics within the democratic caucus right you know that friction between the moderates and the progressives it so that it kind of help to find that dynamic and then of course I think you know the political event of the year is the Ukraine impeachments practice and it's funny that we have in a single year two tracks of impeachment in my mind maybe it's because I work at five thirty eight I really do separate out though the impeachment stuff verses the campaign because I think they're different beasts and they have different angles and actually the impeachment doesn't necessarily like serve the best electric electoral masters for the Democrats but I still think it's obviously a huge moment in the country so those are my three but I think it's been a crazy fall the ship to that idea Mike of the election plus the Ukraine stuff is just what it might.

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"mike echo" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"mike echo" Discussed on WTVN

"Once again here is correspondent Alex still well when it comes to talking politics everybody has their own views and opinions usually shrouded in their own belief structure even if they don't recognize it over at five thirty eight it's not about unions and personal feelings the team uses statistical analysis to understand what is being trending and where things are likely going in politics back now to the team having around table chat about twenty nineteen five thirty eight scaling through Nate silver Clare Malone and Mike echo in court what were some of your key moments in twenty nineteen that just stick out whether or not they were surprising I think the things like looking back biting deciding to run I mean it's kind of been all and on one level because okay of course Europe was going around but I don't think that was always inevitable and so the fact that he has remained a flawed but steady front runner co front runner however you want to say it is interesting and I I think his decision to actually run is a big one looking back also in some regard instigated the Ukraine scandal right because if he doesn't run that and totally know your cattle and then I would say the other two things that stick out in my mind are the Muller report because it drove so much of it drove the party politics within the democratic caucus right you know that friction between the moderates and the progressives it so that it kind of help to find that dynamic and then of course I think you know the political event of the year is the Ukraine impeachments practice and it's funny that we have in a single year two tracks of impeachment in my mind maybe it's because I work at five thirty eight I really do separate out though the impeachment stuff verses the campaign because I think they're different beasts and there you have different angles and actually impeachment doesn't necessarily like serve the best election electoral masters for the Democrats but I still think it's obviously a huge moment in the country so those are my three but I think it's been a crazy fall the ship to that idea Mike of the election plus the Ukraine stuff is just do you know what his.

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"mike echo" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"mike echo" Discussed on WTVN

"Is correspondent Alex still well when it comes to talking politics everybody has their own views and opinions usually shrouded in their own belief structure even if they don't recognize it over at five thirty eight it's not about unions and personal feelings the team uses statistical analysis to understand what is being trending and where things are likely going in politics back now to the team having around table chat about twenty nineteen five thirty eight scaling through Nate silver Clare Malone and Mike echo in class what were some of your key moments in twenty nineteen that just stick out whether or not they were surprising I think the things like looking back biting deciding to run I mean it's kind of been all and on one level because okay of course era was going around but I don't think that was always inevitable and so the fact that he has remained a flawed but steady front runner co front runner however you want to say it is interesting and I I think his decision to actually run is a big one looking back also in some regard instigated the Ukraine scandal right because if he doesn't run that and totally know your cattle and then I would say the other two things that stick out in my mind are the Muller report because it drove so much of it drove the party politics within the democratic caucus right you know that friction between the moderates and the progressives it so that it kind of help to find that dynamic and then of course I think you know the political event of the year is the Ukraine impeachments practice and it's funny that we have in a single year two tracks of impeachment in my mind maybe it's because I work at five thirty eight I really do separate out those of the impeachment stuff verses the campaign because I think they're different beasts and there you have different angles and actually impeachment doesn't necessarily like serve the best electric electoral masters for the Democrats but I still think it's obviously a huge moment in the country so those are my three but I think it's been a crazy fall the ship to that idea Mike of the election plus the Ukraine stuff is just do you know what that.

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"mike echo" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:36 min | 3 years ago

"mike echo" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Right okay there you go ray in Waterbury what's up right when I raise not there give me another one here we go Ian admin Alison what's so be it Hey Mike how you thank good taking my call you got it on I the more more your show the more I like the idea that might be a great fit it back my question you would with Terry Collins want to be called all I think in a second and then a second I don't you love it they I think you'd be thrilled absolutely yeah I think you look he's a baseball life and I think he would love it absolutely yes I know you're having eagle that nothing no he was he would love it he I think he was all of it yeah he was he loved it here he loved it he he never want to leave you absolutely love that here I think you'd love back yes he would have no problem then being a bench coach no problem he would love yeah and as you said he has no we go he would he would absolutely love being a bench coach Adam in Staten Island was about him Hey Mike Mike I I was thinking gonna go without trial I really like the moles and it is only like a good baseball story the fact so under appreciated as a matter of which stands you know just to have in common and change narrative from that from we are looking at that last ditch the you know hope you know you bring them to the promised land I think it's just a great help actual story hopefully the next year and you're not wrong that is that is fair that's a good one yeah you're right yeah I'll I'll be end about them on a weekly on a weekly basis yeah I love that we're we we know that that would be something that I you know listen I'm sure part of it would be you know there's a very good chance he would be the on weekly you know whoever the manager would be on weekly I would think is a very good chance stable Long Beach what's up Dave I generally don't have a lot of faith in in the way the Mets and will punch go about their business I'm feeling really good about this Beltran I think his quietness was you could substitute maybe just this was like in professional but everything I hear about it just sounds so good he's a writing class The New York Times I think we all like can we all feel good about him and I just hope that as much of a player's managers use I hope that he can also note greeted speak softly and carry a big stick when it comes to discipline I feel good about all right Brooklynite the fans of as much more accommodating to it and I thought they would be go ahead Harry what's up by Mike echo you to what's happening is everybody in saying it's everybody's gone crazy Beltran has never had any managerial experience might very Collins was acquired and now they bring him back as a mentor as a bench coach we're guys never manage a team record is live in Saint they think they're going to go anywhere with this switch it's all politics that's all it is well with missile we don't we don't have Terry Collins part of the mix yet I mean that that's not anything official and they did let it Terry go which I would have been happy if they didn't I didn't think Terry did a better job with the same as a matter of fact yeah and I actually think he's a pretty good baseball guy so I think he'd be a good bench coach as a I think he'd be a good mentor and a good bench coach I really do for Beltran so I disagree on that one as far as build John listen you have every right to that room that your your skepticism adult son is very fair he has never managed before so we will see how we handle the thanks for the call Sony in Melbourne was of sunny Hey Mike was a nothing against calls Beltran personally but if you remember back when they were considering about letting go of Mickey mean you both agree that it would not make any sense to let me go and bring in a first line manager why not just keep making bring a guy with some experience you know jobs or audio well rounded but yeah but I never I never thought they would bring in an experienced manager and they they would let make you go with it I I don't I don't think I don't think there was any chance I do admit I could make you would have to have a special year to be back I I didn't I don't think I don't think you make use of a coming back and Mike what you think about this I think one of Brody's philosophy about bringing a guy like Beltran is he has a docile personality make he's gonna multi in any basically be sending down that you'll wind up caught every single night and ankles not gonna have much to say listen these guys believe in this collaborative stuff now they're all running these teams this way the only guys aren't or the or the guys who a veteran very big veteran manages other than that they all are they all are they're all doing it they're doing it everywhere in baseball they have these collaborations with the you know the rosters and then add the line ups are done by a group of people there's a lot of input into all of it you're a hundred percent right that's the way it's done now that's what they want that's what these jet the general managers have you searched all the power on most of these teams it's just that it's the way too that's the way the world now I mean this is the that's that's the bottom line it is now the way in the world it would like it or not I mean you know and and that's why guys like Mike sociaux and Buck Showalter on another manager right now but I do agree with you about calls in about you know Spanish speaking in relating to the place I think that does help but I think a lot of plays will look up to him so I think that will help them a slight level they look the players absolutely absolutely level they really do I did I disagree with you about you know being a meeting I don't think that's a bad point I know it's New York in yellow and we're going to see they're going to see how that works with that Mickey was the bad too though I had a learn what he was he was again and thanks for calling was accommodating they'll have me Mickey wasn't it wasn't on friendly he was it was okay he was a decent guy he he really was you know so so we'll see we'll get more on it again calls Beltran the new met manager no good in the end nothing confirm for the Mets I don't think it will be there until after the weekend sounds like anyway we'll see about whether Terry Collins is the best because we don't know that yet we here at at the Barclay center and as that's get ready to take on the rockets you've already heard from Kelly I because if you didn't you'll hear that from Kelly acted so you'll hear that later on can enjoy this earlier will play that back because he was on right the top of the show their new CEO as you know the ownership changed you know that I chose I who is the Ali Baba guy now owns the team I'm sure you're aware that now if you did not all the way you were during the whole China thing I mean so I'm not sure you realize that see had a big change here at the Barclays center no the guy running it is David levy who is also connected to this the the fan because sees sits on the board for it to come which owns the fans so they would welcome that we have one passes the house everything thanks travel all right so a big turn over here that's how many months it has it been since you took over it's only been four weeks believe there is that it's only been four weeks and weeks and one week we were in China so it's been three weeks here and one we will that was like a lifetime a lot with that because I know that that that that itself you know having the I guess what it was Joe side the first soon from that part of world have any NBA ties it all has it has it been in order at first yeah the first Chinese I mean obviously I know from Taiwan but I mean he's the first Chinese owner of of any note right I don't know if there was a minority owner anything though so he's the first guy took over for Prokhorov who was like the secret agent when he was the and I and I never the world the reasons why they became very fog we said it's my first time here but Prokhorov the day he took over the team I interview a really yes he did interview with me sat for an interview and it was like James Bond it was like he really Italy had this image the whole thing it was it gave as a character actor really was a character and in many lovely body love the team he did he really did it now Josiah who I I'm a guy who watches CNBC every morning I would like to invest so I'm very familiar with Ali Baba a very familiar which size so it I mean this is a dynamic guy that was an older this is a really high notes people wherever you are right now in Hong Kong and China I don't care okay that I don't I'm not get into that right now because that's the you know what that and I understand that's a very ticklish situation and I'm not expecting people to care I'm not expecting people to be on one side of the other I don't care but this guy as an owner forget that part is a dynamic businessman I mean this guy what he's done is been unbelievable yeah and how we focused on where he's building his company Ali Baba and he thinks he can take the nets right not just from domestic but even on a global basis and build this brand not just domestically here but build on on a national was here's a pricing guide of viability come that was he a guy looking for team for a long time was it known that he was for it to you but already a day for a long time thirty two years was he a guy that Joe so now is a but I think you're seeing a lot of these different teams whether it's the NBA or the baseball or NFL there's a lot of money out there globally and there's opportunities now to come in and look at these these teams that despite waiters are going up crazy teams are worth a lot and they're going to go up even more sports betting because they offer more product is treated as a streaming right as you go and and Joe knows the you know the the opportunities around digital yeah and the opportunities around social and this is where we're gonna build a team that alley bombs were the biggest companies in the world of an incident it's it's basically folks the Amazon of China's what if that's what it is to read it yes it's a for you the attraction of the elements of both you and the guy at Turner will use my fake yes probably work with the guy who brought me to CVS as a kid that's capital now love Kevin David was a guy who hired me that's a that's a name from the past seven all hired me in nineteen eighty one to come to CVS they had just won the rights to the NCAA tournament and they didn't have anybody who knew any and they just thought to cause trouble for the first time twenty five years while and they said and Kevin through a mutual friend and he said listen I need you to come.

"mike echo" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

06:11 min | 3 years ago

"mike echo" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"The Eric shuffle shuffle from I love New York care good morning how are you your good morning how are you doing could not only do you shuffle the shuffle shuffle about you also handle the foliage I'm the lead guy for the state yes that's how it does it does are turning you're saying that some of the errors are pretty good out well we've had the written report going for two weeks now this looks like the can report this weekend and we got some reports coming up by the top the lake Saranac lake in the Adirondacks they're approaching or we're going to run the point this weekend look for you know money into the early next week regular clothes for the Los Alamos the state we're just beginning in most areas. I usually peaks water October at some point usually the the average is generally mid October hello so for the whole state I'd say around this area prop definitely mid October. so you're the leader is a leaf guy I'm with garbage we have a crack team of about seventy five week people throughout the state and each week they send us in their projections for the coming weekend of what they think the colors are going to be how intense we're gonna be obsessed with things like that and then we put one all together for the I love New York fall foliage that's great so people because people love it this is a great time of the year for a lot of folks who love to watch the leaves changing it's very beautifully have such beautiful areas right around this immediate capital read you get out is scary Montgomery County all these places and is just absolutely beautiful so great this season we have a brand new foliage page I love NY dot com it's easier than ever to find where the states was colorful leaves are going to be you can check out the region insurance to be going to you can find it offensive activities so perfect your trip all right that's how that sounds really good yeah that sounds really good and and speaking of trips you got do you have some places where we maybe we can check out our yeah we have some a lot of events coming up to the curb perfect the Phillies backdrop and this one to tell you about one that's coming up this weekend if you had a long neck blues festival he was a mention that left on this one blind people going on this weekend in queens burying Glen falls and you can get balloon rides and it's just an amazing sight and you don't we said well we had we were talking about earlier and they gave the okay to launch just before seven sometimes appears as hard the winds are not exactly right but this they get they were launching this morning so it's got to be a beautiful sight to see yes it's a beautiful morning I think the problem is the perfect morning for it yeah absolutely and that's how that's all weekend right so that's all weekend and we've also got coming up in October the catcher history we can again that's with the state many historical sites cultural institutions open up the doors however history and you can go to Iowa than white dot com again and build your own I chattering visits like need of American museums canals and all sorts of cultural institutions mother. twelve to fourteen okay that's great I covered Coughlin fourteen and there's more next month we're gearing up for Oktoberfest in the Catskills. I'm from at hunter mountain weekends through October twentieth at three of mission bring your later hose in your sign and that there were four for weekend of October first we're gonna have events like a Doxie derby you can get for that one is know what is that with the doctor on race really the Doxie derby. yeah how master they go although they don't worry fast today I don't know I imagine they probably wouldn't. the cutest thing you'll have fun together all the years which of course later they have there while you're watching that. that's pretty the Doxie derby a dashi derby enough to having your your car rally there this weekend and of course you know forty go toward October twentieth down hunter mountain the more beautiful foliage is gonna be. you know when you work for I love New York presto this I need them we must draw people from all over the country coming this way for the stuff when you say I mean in the U. R. O. U. G. R. four. yeah ocular traction that we have and response with this before the food is going to be it's amazing yeah. also I've also taken gondola ride at hunter mountain your voice is something that I I think I bring this up with you every year after that and there for the zip line canopy tour now you can figure that one over the lease all of them all Eric this is good stuff I mean this is really not you you have all this information right on I love NY dot com right right on I live in by the county was virtually that is the base and we also have an I love your applause that's perfect for finding images ventures and things like that and if they want to check on the leaves are they do that. I don't believe she can go I live in white dot com there's a link with there you go by with light and why dot com. all for the backsplash falls under the slash one four slash four if correct to do for you with okay should are you the chief leaf peeper I'm not sure we will have a few you know our Schenectady county lease all my yeah the yak manner used to working with don weeks dub mica goodwill if he is he's still watching can he see I mean I. I know she wouldn't go perfect with colors. it might be the man of many though he is he's a great guy and yeah he's a lot of fun so Hey this is all good Hey listen thank you so much always good to have you with us we'll talk again soon and thanks for being here today thank you I'm happy for the weekend to hear. Erica Eric shuffle with their chapel shuffle into the act man who used to work with the don weeks a lot of bits Mike echo would you well known guy the year he he's also a relief these guys so anyways nine fifty three right now WG why it is Saturday morning and you were looks like you've got a pretty nice weekend image a lark fest going on Alicia mentioned that today big lark for that's huge he got the Adirondack balloon fest lot of other events the weather cooperating so enjoy your weekend the Warner theater has your classic.

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"mike echo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"mike echo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Add account for six hours ago we are directed at account three is ninety six point five W. DVM we're checking into hall of all of central for his theme parks and rides are handling the impending storm Disney canceled events this weekend ESPN wide world of sports in their closing blizzard beach tomorrow they're also staying in touch with gas of four wilderness the bungalows a Polynesian village other sites that may have to change plans are universal also following the weather closely but right now they're operating normally fun spot is getting their theme park ready for high winds rain they're not worried about the rights it's really the smaller items like the trash cans the signs other loose things that can blow away about the former Orlando why that saw the big wheel now and I drive it anchor to the ground with the columns but the massive ride will also be tethered down with four steel cables when the when it's about thirty miles an hour now Walt Disney World universal and SeaWorld Orlando Busch gardens were closed for a couple of days when Irma hit back in twenty seventeen it was only the fifth time Disney close since nineteen seventy one this is the six AM expanded newsfeed armory computer we bring you fifteen straight minutes of news weather and traffic with no commercials even with the storm coming millions of Americans are traveling for the Labor Day weekend experts say around seventeen and a half million will be flying up almost four percent from last year if you're driving gas prices are cheaper on average than this time last year governor understand is made the rounds on Friday hitting Orange County as well to find their own how come we're adding fuel shortages now and the storm is still four days away wire the station's attic gas now we can't be from that many people get gas gas of course top of mind on the open Mike echo Disentis did answer another question we've been getting.

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