17 Burst results for "Mike Lavalle"
"mike lavalle" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"I believe Elizabeth Warren has has touched lightly on on foreign policy but not as much as I'd like to hear from her. These are things we need to hear more of obviously and I'm guessing win without war will help to <hes> <hes> corral those positions and and at least give the information out. Yes absolutely you've mentioned our website dot org as the campaign goes on. When will no doubt be talking about what the candidates said there <hes> I also have written some analyses of the speeches I mentioned earlier that that Senator Sanders and Senator Warren both gave will likely be putting something out about Joe Biden speech <hes> and there's some other great organizations out there doing this? You know there's an organization <hes> primarily veterans run called common defense. They have a pledge that they're asking candidates. Take called the end the forever pledging to end the forever war <hes> and so far you know Burning Senator Warren <hes> Senator Booker <hes> conference on Saturday Secretary Castro <hes> Bill Rourke Mike Lavalle and Andrew Yang of all pledged by not pledge that if they were president they would they would end the forever war and so you know we're we're seeing these things. They're getting out there. You're you're one of the things we hear time and time again from members of Congress that we talk to is the reason one of the reasons they don't talk about foreign policy. Is You know when they were on the campaign trail. Nobody asked him about it right. Nobody said hey how are you going to get us out Afghantistan. Hey what are you doing about the situation in Yemen <hes> you know we worked as an organization to change that we think that the foreign policy debate needs to be democratized. We work every day to bring <hes> Americans voices into these conversations nations but over the next several months people are going to have a real chance to meet some of these candidates particularly if they live in places like Iowa New Hampshire Nevada South Carolina you know they're gonna get real facetime yeah and this is a this is a real opportunity to ask these folks how they feel about these issues you know do they think it's makes any sense that we have men and women in uniform today in Afghanistan risking their lives who were not even a live on September eleventh. Yeah I mean that ain't eh remarkable and if these if you guys want to be the next commander in chief and they want to be in charge of our country they need to answer for what they're gonNA do about that situation most definitely Stephen Miles. I know you're getting ready to head to Philadelphia. Net Roots Nation Kicks Kicks off tomorrow for many years I would go and broadcast live from. It's been about five years since I've been for a number of reasons but I see that you you're participating in a few panels. You have one that you're hosting Saturday morning. <hes> <hes> dealing obviously with this issue what what's what's your panel about yeah absolutely thanks for answering up. We're going to have to panels on Saturday one at nine in the morning another one at two fifteen in the afternoon the conversation in the morning. It's GonNa be about the issue you mentioned earlier. <hes> the the the the fight in Congress about ending U._S. support for the war in Yemen. We're going to be talking with some of the amazing activists who are involved in that fight for the last several years. We're GONNA talk about how we went from being alone in the Wilderness to actually winning <hes> going up against some of the most well-funded special interests some of those powerful foreign governments and in fact the entire weight of the U._S.. <hes> kind of military establishment and won that debate eight. We're GonNa talk about what that means and what that might do what that might tell us about how we work on other foreign policy issues and then this conversation we're having right now about twenty twenty. That's going to be the focus of a panel the panel tooth <hes> it's it's going to be <hes> <hes> moderated by my colleague Kate Kaiser Who's our policy director going to feature congresswoman Ilhan Omar and and a number of other panelists talking about foreign policy in the twenty twenty
"mike lavalle" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"We're going to do our DIY security tip that you definitely don't wanna miss Chad in Lexington. Kentucky. Hi, welcome. Thank you. What's going on? Okay. Done computers for a while now. And I would like to know what is the safest most secure browser, and does income Nido tab do a lunch for you? The safest most secure browser is one that is not connected to the internet. Right. That was a joke. No okay so far. Okay. Here's a to have all the major browsers safari, Firefox gets edge from what they do is they offer you, these private browsing or incognito mode cake. So the whole idea is that you have a private browsing window, and when you close the window, it deletes everywhere, you've been been deletes all the history. So you have to just go file new, and you get a private window now the browser stores, these cookies, and the websites and basically you with this incognito mode, you're not gonna have those, but private windows eight they actually act somewhat differently per browser. So if you're using incognito mode, the cookies, go away and you have a whole new session to the start. Okay. So okay, now fire FOX as another layer of protection. If you're asking me, what's the best, you know, a lot of this depends on what browser you like people are really particular about browsers, firefights hours, fire, FOX adds something called fingerprinting. Have you heard about that? That. No. I haven't fingerprinting is, is that, you know, you're not just have cookies, you have third party cookies. And they have Cubbies at track all your data. So it was fire FOX. They haven't yet another level of wiping out those third party tracking cookies. But a lot of the browser depends upon what you wanna use. Now, if you're asking me, like what's a really good browser because you wanna be anonymous. Is that what you wanna do? Right. Well, keep my, you know, so I don't get. Hacked, or whatever an obvious that that's possible all the time. But so just keep everything hidden from outsiders. Outside Mike Lavalle dang or however you say that, okay? Yeah. It's you know that's not a bad browse want people don't use it. But it's a it's a decent browser. But if you're looking for the ultimate browser the one that you know, isn't gonna track. You is that, you know, that's where you start looking at tour the onion router, or you're right? Yeah. Okay. And so with tour the only problem tour is at present. When you go to Google is going to be all in German or something like that. And you're like. And you're like glue. And then it also slows you down. And and but you don't keep in mind, even if you start using these incognito mosier ISP knows everywhere. You go to I mean, it's really difficult in today's age to actually truly be anonymous on the internet. I mean, it's also kind of almost has gotten to the point where I think, so many of us who just say, okay, well, you know, throw perhaps, go. Okay. Well, you know, whatever. I guess you just keep tracking everything but, but it is for your question. I mean, in I probably try for you fire FOX and Google Chrome between the two of them, you might like one over the other like for example, you know, some family members I know that it might house that they love fire FOX. Yeah, I use chrome I used to far a my son only use chrome so again, it really depends upon your preference. And thank you so much for your call. Let's go ahead to our DIY security tip of the week..
"mike lavalle" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!
"It's so lovely I had on so spring forward is Sunday morning. Can I have another water sorry on Saturday night on Saturday night? I I had the my daughter's first sleepover party. Hey. And these children slept. You guys watch the Beverly hillbillies movie like we did childhood sleep. Did you watch some really disappointing porn? We watch Mary Poppins return. Okay. Which is which is fun. Shouts Lin Manuel. Miranda chat to that guy. Are are close personal friend Lin Manuel Miranda. And you know, like is cool. I forgot that like they would go to sleep at eleven in wake up at four. Sure. Anybody did anybody freaked out to anybody need to go home. Nobody freaked out needed to go home and everything they were thrilled to be there the whole time great. But then we'll get pink eye from a pillow fight like me. Got from a pillow fight everyone got pink eye. Yeah. Sure. If you don't think getting shit pillows, just like you bleeding pillow to the face. Some kids fart pillow just far too. This for years. Six years worth of parts in here. Here's a baseball card with all my Boogers. For the last ten years. A kid of my neighborhood. Do you want? Oh, yeah. The baseball. What was the baseball car? What baseball player it was? It was a Pittsburg pirate. I think it was probably John handle area. Someone like someone like Bobby Baena was like that. Probably Don slug. Oh slot. Maybe or cantor might coal the volume his Mike Lavalle is platoon mate. Yeah. That was when I cared about. The pirates was lavallee a-. Definitely fucking spanky. Lavalle your years in my right? Jordan spanky spanky dad's come covered blue Ray player. Dad comes up blue Resnais face. He's very bad family. We'll be back in just a second on Jordan news ego. It's Jordan Jesse go. I'm Jesse thorn, America's radio sweetheart or Morris, troublemaker, its course, you know, my, you know, my son, Frankie, Curtis my youngest, son. He already had all these different nicknames from just being the youngest. And I think we're just cutting loose. Yeah. And really enjoying calling calling the kid whatever I was calling in meat for a while which is short for Meatball cute who just a little Meatball, you know, delete. How will you tell Meatball? He's just turned two isn't an Frankie his first name is Curtis. Mill name is Francis. We come Frankie. Sometimes that's cute. And anyway, he started getting mad at us whenever we would call him by his name. And we we were pretty confused, and it suddenly became clear that he will only respond to the name Gaga. Okay. He says. Wow gaga. Yeah. There's someone else. Like that. Now to strive to another. Diva. On being called only respond to Gaga Gaga. Anyway, they're both in the shell Ella? Lows. Sheila level. Our son has like a surprising intimacy with Bradley Cooper, right? Yes. Like its way where you're like a day. Lady Gaga is in the shovel allowances. My son is shot on. Yes. Almost the same. I can see how you can get them. Confused. Cool. I like a rockabilly baby. Yeah. Jordan, Jesse go. Of course, brought to you every week by all of the members of maximum fun dot org. Go to maximum dot org slash donate to support us..
"mike lavalle" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"We did talk about rock music in Boston. And I am trying to energize you to get out. Not everybody wants to go a lot of people do Mark Levin producer, Mike Lavalle point something out. Which is true. He said when you are young you wanna sneak out of the house to go to the party. And when you get a little older, you want to sneak out of the party to get back home. That's true. I still want wanna think out of the party. But there's something about Iraq show. It's different. Andy. Are you feeling less alive than you use? Do you want to feel more alive? Go to one of these shows. Heck, why don't you go go for it moved to Somerville and go out every night? Move to some Ville four clubs walking distance. Bring your protection though. Moved to Somerville. I'll see you there. All right now, we have Mark in Woburn. Ruben. Lubin? How you doing Mark, Bradley? How you doing pretty good? How's things in Woburn? Okay. I don't know if they're NIA rock clubs around here though round here. Meaning how far is woven from Somerville. Oh, not far at all. I used to live in summerville. I used to play clubs three and he'll walk back to my apartment after the sound and stuff. Or you could take an Uber. How much would that be? How far is it? Oh, what do you be worth taking over? Okay. It was literally that I could walk around. Now from Auburn. Oh, now, I could just drive in it would it'd be. Four or five miles. Have you been to shows recently? Yeah. Not for local band. Well. Yeah. Is my friends. I actually put together a band, and then was. Kicked out. Remaining members. Galling? Well, two members are now wanted all over all over the place of Boston offered here and all that stuff. They're trying to get back into the studio to record keep getting gigs and their guys that are our age our generation, why did they why did they could you out? Oh, it had to do was rehearsal times. And. Couple buttons got pushed, and it was just. You know, I was I was actually a cranky move. We got into a text argument in house attacks document where everybody text each other. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Why did they do this? Why don't you text them? And tell us you regret that. And you're sorry. Well, they were moving in a direction I didn't really want to go into creatively. But getting back to the rock scene in Boston. Can't forget little Joe cook on all the way back to the fifties with his hit peanuts. I can't pretend to know that. I wish I could. I don't really play upstairs if the guy can't tab and Sundays will you sit in with the band. And Friday Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. He's a feature. Danny did two sets a night and would be the same set. Said I was in the seventies. And he was great always had great musicians with him. And he would do. What a lot of local, you know, a lot of classics rock on the fifties and funk and soul. And he wrote a song for his wife who's half his age. On love with the girl at the beauty shop or something like that. A real treasure. He did not over think those lyrics. That's good. No, no, no. But it worked the garden. Got him another way. Good. One of the great characters in Boston and forget the dick Dale came Quincy. I didn't know that. No, no, dude. I don't know. I don't know that. I don't know everything. I don't even pretend to know everything. Okay. I'm sorry. I tried to expectation very low. Yeah. Yeah. I usually act me so people expect less from work. So all the time. Yeah. Yep. So I just wanted to thank you for that. Great guests, and it's really cool. I remember playing out. My girlfriend loves to go see life fans. We just saw our last show was the squirrel nut zippers. Beverly? Habit or something. The cabinet. And that show was amazing. It was I was never I appreciate their music. But I never thought I'd go actually see them. Why I you know, I wouldn't turn them off if they came on. But I never really made a point of listening to them. How did you happen to go your girlfriend drag you my girlfriend was really in a squirrel nut zippers and uh? We went on an amazing show. So that makes her about let me think about. Forty eight. I'm sorry. What makes her about your girlfriend's about forty eight years old, right? Actually, she's fifty four fifty four because that was a fairly modern band. Yeah. Yeah. WBZ and river rave, Mark. Minor gonna see that. Yeah. Wow. That would have been great. Band that? I wish I had seen at the rumble who were the guests. Have you ever heard of band called jellyfish? Yeah. Wait a minute. What does squirrel nut zippers do Sonko zoo to? Zoot suit riots, and that's the kind of thing they do. All right. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know if that's true. But I think that might be cherry poppin daddies. Okay. So what's the other band? You're talking about. Oh, Bank called jellyfish. Okay. They they did the rumble one year. They were the guest act four part harmonies. They're like Queen reached the beach boys needs sergeant pepper era Beatles. They they call to albums and then broke up. They were highly recommend checking out their stuff. Okay. If you're into. Yeah. Well, I appreciate a Supertramp. Yeah. Thank you very much. Great. Thank you talk to you, man. Mark. And we'll been. Musically. Speaking just as kind of a non sequitur only is not really because it's music if you're gonna Facebook, and you get locked into this video feed and a bunch of bands like the first show of Led Zeppelin recorded video. And you never know what you're gonna see. They did at shocking blue. I'm your Venus, which I love, and I want wanna flood my page with that. But the nothing no, we can't share everything. This one that I saw that blew me away that forgotten how much I loved it. That would be yes. And the song roundabout. Man when I saw it was a live version. It was video started out with that. Coups to Qatar and they were so good. Would you? Call him prog rock progressive rock. They were self-important. There are a lot of bands that kind of self important at that time. And and that's the reason that Sex Pistols, kinda came along to bust up that self-important hybrid complicated. Mega arena thing and get it back to basics. It's basically all the Sex Pistols before was to destroy it came they destroyed and they were done, but it was enough. Open is now anything you want to talk about his fine fine fine fine coming up on the program. Not tonight. Something to look forward to though Christina Brinkley has a book winner-takes-all how casino mogul Steve Wynn. Won and lost. The high stakes gamble to own Las Vegas. And the deal is that in Las Vegas. Basically there were three entities battling it out for supreme control. And she's going to talk about that. She's. A an award winning journalist, you she chats about the business of culture. At the Wall Street Journal twenty three years, you covered fashion gambling. She covers gambling's. He did the gambling beat. That's going to be a fun beat. I guess are sad one. And other topics that are maker perfect for this. And she'll be on the program. Friday, January eleventh. Also on Friday January eleventh. Actually, she'll be it's Thursday night. Really? I'll come in Thursday night and should be on at midnight. Zero hundred hours on Friday. So later Friday night. Don't forget if you ever had anything to do with the hardcore scene and a lot of you didn't. But some you might have. And even. The outlets kind of music. There is a benefit for hardcore person that had a second stroke. I guess the raise money and the whole community is coming together for this big big big show. And maybe you missed the whole scene. And he just wanted to get a glimpse of what it was like. You might want to go to this thing. It will be. Something to behold. Well, I go, I don't know. I do not know because I was never a big hardcore guy. I do like this. I want to support the cause it'd probably be good to see everybody because everybody will be there. Maybe even you will be there. Coming up next. Let's see tomorrow night. It's. Craig FitzGerald, the car, dude. Have all kinds of questions for him. He's also a motorcycle, dude. Tuck about are. They gonna talk about is this motorcycle. I saw on Facebook. I admitted. It was a motorcycle with homeless wheels. How does that work? I don't know had no hub. It would just rims. There were no spokes. I couldn't figure out what was keeping the wheel on the bike. See one of those Dyson. Humidifiers fans know the Dyson fan. It's just it's kind of circle it look like two circles like that. And it has an airplane engine in the middle. Can you talk about that? I sent him a photo of that. So he can talk about that. We'll talk about what's going on automotive. And of course, you can always check in with Greg when he's into find out if you should by trade or keep by trader keep. As a game for you. We always wonder if it's a good time to trade to sell. Oh, you got a car and it's four years old. And it's making a funny noise. And you kind of had your eye on his new Toyota or this new Jeep gladiator, you'd think should I trade or should I should get my car fixed. Well. He's the guy that'll tell you a lot of times. It's better to get it fixed. So many of our dreams wrapped up in automobile. Right pined for that dream vehicle. And of course, we always want to hear what your dream vehicle was. And we wanna to know about the car you had the left all that stuff. I don't know how long they're going to be automo- automobiles automobiles times days are numbered years. A number. And I tell you that it's going to be fairly soon that cars on regular roads will be illegal. It will be a legal. It will be as a legal to drive an automobile on a road as it is to drive a horse and buggy down a highway. He just going to be in the way soon. There will be only. Automated automatic vehicles. You won't even need a steering wheel. You'll get in you own it either. Either. You have to have a computer, I suppose, you could probably order on a phone, but maybe not. It will come to your house. It will stop all open. You'll get in the destination will be preprogrammed. You'll be no human. You'll be able to read in the vehicle you'll be able to drink in the vehicle I'm guessing smoke marijuana in the well, there's probably no smoking is that. Yeah. Of course, if you vandalized, the vehicle, they're gonna know probably there's a camera in there. And on the highway every vehicle will be exactly the same distance apart probably six inches because no one is going to make any weird moves, the of the pack. More people on the highway there will be no drunk driving be no idiots texting and driving. They'll be wrong. Way crashes on the highway. It will be a much better world. And I know you hate to hear that. But you know cars are part of the problem. They they're more of a problem than they're worth. Whoa. Did he say CBS news update? President Trump said Monday, he plans to give a primetime speech on border security and visit the US Mexico border this week amid a partial federal government shutdown the address of the country happens Tuesday night. Sabrina Siddiqui is a political reporter for the guardian and says Democrats are passing bills to keep the government open. You're sort of seeing strategic approach on the part of Democrats that really is.
"mike lavalle" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I've done organic only means less pesticides. It doesn't mean. No pesticides. There's some kind of governmental regulations that they have to follow. So they can still put the custody sides. Just not as much which totally turns me off. I just can't even when I found that out. I was shocked especially giving the prices they charge like you said and the only way to four the only way to to you're saying how how can you you have to form a regular relationship with a local this is what I read, and I I kinda think this makes sense. You former regular relationship with the local farming, and you go to the farm farmers market, and you get to know them, and you ask about their practices, and then you determine if you trust the farmer man, where how do I get the stuff? I mean, I live in Boston. There's no firearms. Yeah. I know you'd have to like I live in Burlington. So I could go to conquer it if I want I don't unfortunately for me. I don't eat a lot of vegetables and fruits, which is just as bad, but I kind of would like to start eating better. But honestly, that's the thing. That makes me say, gee, maybe I don't want to. But then I think about all the junk. I eat must be the stuff. They put in the junk food, they must grow. That's like like, for example, Pepsi, they probably grow the sugar with all kinds of pesticides. I don't really know. But I just can't get away from it. I don't think and I think it's a good idea to go in and talk to hopeful than and say that you're on the radio, I think you might be able to encourage them. But also, I just got an article off. Facebook about organic food is actually worse for the environment. Now, they're saying because it takes more land to grow organic food because it yields when they don't use fertilizers and pesticides the produce less yield. Oh, I do. Then more deforestation. I don't wanna eat poison. That's the primary goal. Number one. We agree with you. But it all comes back to the problem. You've mentioned before too many people many people. That's right. And so there's all kinds of problems we all have to work together to solve them. I don't know how we're going to do that. But one last quick thing Shelburne farms in Vermont on Champlain, lake humane animal farm, the make cheese. I don't know. What else they do there? But the humane to the animals they get they have a certification for. There's like if we work together. The Jay Bradley community family. We could probably come up with the places where we all should go. Maybe we should you know. We could be a pretty powerful. We absolutely could with you leading us with that voice. Yes. We banned it everybody. Together. I was like the Oprah of produce. I I hereby approve of XYZ farm, and I don't approve of that farm. Yeah. Not just that other things to say, and we should all go in with mugs, and that you know, we should stop encouraging the coffee shops to stop using paper Cup ten styrofoam and all that. Yeah. I have unless you're not done. I thank you so much for letting me go don't go as one more thing. I had a great idea. And I don't think it's actually my idea because I think it's been done. But I have a great idea for. Replacing packing materials. Plastic packing materials. Yeah. Are you ready? Yes. Can you guess, no? I said the word a couple times already tonight. I I don't know her gums super organic you can eat it. Oh, what I said. The word a couple of times. Mike Lavalle is eating some of it right now popcorn. Could be used to replace packaging packing material real popcorn popcorn. You know? Why they want to do that? Because it's genius. No, no because rats and mice in warehouses would be going into the boxes to eat. It's a great. I don't stop thinking. Oh, that's the way we solve problems by thinking. I don't know. Okay. Do Matt do mice like popcorn. They'll eat anything. Well, all right. That's a pretty good idea for a little while. But what you take it and take it further. You start with brainstorm. I'm not kidding. So I got to pack the other day when they had a different kind of packing material. Little bitty folded up cardboard things. Kind of like, you know, on and the beach. They put these antitank things that look like two by fours, but they're at sticking out everywhere. It was kind of the equivalent of that folded up things as as packing material. And that's or Ganic. With the human species is genius. We can come up with something. We absolutely we we built spacecraft that all it's are. Say I country a planet, and we talk on phones with no wires the genius factor of human race. Yeah. Is overshadowed by the greed factor? Yeah. But we can change that most all big companies will throw the human under the bus to make money. Google facebook. You understand there's about eight billion of us. And we collectively have more power. We can make demands on companies government. If we stick together and one last thing real quick when Randy from Chelmsford called about the mice. He goes before we get up to one hundred one mice a day. Do you remember him saying that that was so funny because I'm like, he's he has thirty minutes a day. Like, no, it's twenty five a week. But he goes before we get to one hundred nights day. Another thing last night, or I can't remember what NATO with someone was saying they will going, and and and you go can you be more specific that was funny when right over here that I thought that was so funny I sent him upon that. All right. That was good. But anyway, happy new year to you, and Mark and all your listeners. Okay. Thank you. All right. Bye. JJ? We did get a lot of new cars last night and saw some a lot of sometime callers is one person that I wonder about and that is drummer, please. Actually right after this. I'll tell you the name of the one listener that I wonder about on WBZ. Try the radio. Jay, talking Bradley, Jay WBZ, NewsRadio ten thirty when.
"mike lavalle" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Hi. How are you? Welcome back. Thank you very much. We missed you. I wanted to ask about the drug testing thing. I you mentioned earlier about a person somewhere. I don't know where that fell on the job. Yeah. She had they've they tested her and found traces of what marijuana. I think so and she wasn't working. I mean, she hadn't smoke it that day. But how do they know when that person's smoke that don't they don't that's the problem? Okay. And and I agree with you. But how can I mean if she smoked it a month before I think it stays in your system for thirty days if I'm not mistaken? I don't know. That's what I've been told. I do get drug tested because I am a CDL driver. Okay. I'm curious to know, if I don't know who I would ask what people have asked me I've been drug tested many times. And you know, I never had a problem with it because I don't do drugs. But people that I do know that smoke that do drive and if they did smoke at the previous weekend, how can they make you lose your job? If you want smoking it on the job. I mean during the day that you happen to be working and the person that had called in earlier he said he was drug tested on a Saturday. They called him and he wasn't working that day. They can't make him go get drug tested. If he's not on on the job. You have to physically be driving your vehicle when they drug test. You you have to go into the building, and, you know, pull over get back where you are from wherever you are. And then get back there within a couple of hours to be drug tested, but not on a day off. And I've had my CDL license for twenty five years. It does seem like that would be unfair. Yeah. Of course, it is. And I think that man that called you earlier. I couldn't call in at the time. It was busy. But he was saying that he hadn't been working that it was on a Saturday think hypothetically saying that I don't know, but they can't drug test you if you're not on the job, and everyone that has a CDL license should know that I wonder if he thought if they thought he was on the job. I don't know. Well, his boss would have to verify it because they contact my boss. My supervisor. I just tell you one thing being sounds like being a truck drivers a pain. So so. A truck. I don't drive nor do I want to I drive a bus. I drive people around. So that is they call it precious cargo, which it is. So you have to be drug tested to be a about cyber. And and I know you you communicate on about I mean commute on the bus. Don't you are used to now? I'm on the subway train. Okay. All right. I was gonna say because if you have one of the drivers, they must know you because you are a popular guy, and you would probably be able to ask him, and he could tell you she, you know, I don't know how they can pinpoint when the marijuana was Smuts problem. They cannot that's the big problem. That's the beef that everybody has that's what I'm complaining about that style. Right. The girl that fell and got hurt on the job. And I was a marijuana smoke. I guess no smoker either or you can dispute it with probably is it Michael coin. A lawyer. He's the best lawyer. Yeah. Yeah. He's a good guy. I love listening. Nikki good. Yeah. And you to get along awesome. Do both. Both start laughing. You make me laugh, and I don't even know what you laughing about. He had a couple of good laughs tonight. Yes. So I was just curious because I mean, I am a CDL haven't been for a long time. And I've asked that question numerous times. So the answer is that it's you're right. It's not it's wrong. And they got a trying another way to do it. Correct commendable. But if it stays in your system for thirty days, and you're gonna be tested tomorrow or the next the next day. How can they fight you? If they don't know when you smoke that stuff. That's right. I don't think they should be able to fire you until you get a good test and the people with the because I do work with people that are on is it the snow. They have it for medical reasons. But I am one of them in particular does it during the day. And I'm like you can't do that. And you have a cat. He thinks in his twisted mind, whatever you wanna call it when he that he can do that. But if he gets called in and drug tested, he's out of a job, and he's not a driver. But he works for the same company that I work. Okay. I'm trying trying to tell them don't do it. 'cause you're gonna lose your job. So because it's in the system, but he thinks there's so many misconceptions about it. You know? Dayton, Al out. I would appreciate it. All right, Mary. Thank you. You'll have a good evening. Thank you. There's no straightening it out. That's the problem. People get tested for marijuana use. Even though it doesn't test if you're actually impaired and the us might have been a week ago when it wouldn't matter. They don't have a good test yet, they still do it. So that's wrong and needs to be fixed next. It is Paul in Arlington Hypo. Hello. Hey, man. Hey, I want to I want to bring up by try to bring it up from the past. But the show always under. But my first major concert at the Boston Garden was David Bowie. When was that seventy six seventy four or seventy six what was the tour Ma to our it was in may of seventy six or seventy four was it diamond dogs stationed station. Have been station station station station was seventy six okay. Critics show. I was at that show. That was my first that was my first concert to. Oh, awesome. I know. Yeah. Oh, man. Oh, it was. April. Did you ever get dumped by a girl? Probably. Yeah. Probably. That bothered me so much. There's no no real stories. No. We're kinda doing now. I mean Heinz, but one of the things is if you've been dumped I want to hear the story. I was just checking Seaview, Ben con-, brother. So. To say, yes, they do Mark. Everybody wants to share their Mike and say, no people don't want to set Satele dumpsters. Mark with not that's marks a very private guy. Marquesa very private guy. But back at home up in New Hampshire, Bradley, you talked about having crackers and milk for dinner. Correct. Well, we used to have Graham crackers nuts all tunes. What are you a rich person? No, no. Five kids underage oh field for five kids. And that's what we've got Graham crackers and milk win. Like that would say. All right. Well, thanks. I appreciate it. All right. Mccain. So Mike Lavalle is convinced. Nobody wants to share their stories are being dumped he says that he says that he's he's private he's private. He doesn't wanna share. If you're not private, and you wanna share? I'd love to hear it. Let's go to Clara in Rockland alot Clara. Oh, are you? I'm great. Well, I have a dump story. I to Simmons college prep time. Claire, you're you're you're okay. Can you hear me? Now. Let's try it out. See what you got. Nope. Objection clear. I'm sorry. I cannot hear what you're saying. If you have a landline or something called back on that now. Yeah, we have break coming up Clara. Sorry, we had to dump you there. But the connection was in audible, and so we'll wait till you can get a better connection. And then we'll talk to Stephen. And we're going to get some weather. We're going to get some news, and it's all going to be awesome. Jay talking six one seven two five four ten thirty. You know, it's great first of all if you live around here. We'll local that's beautiful. Secondly, it's live. That's a rare thing it's truly rare and special to have live program at night. And I just hope you don't take it for granted. 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"mike lavalle" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Wow. And you were assistant promotions director to David Bieber genius. I know he's been on this show before I'm sure he's listening now, I hope so because I love him. I love tank to would Bieber something about David is different. He is. He is such an interesting mind, he can talk on any subject and he's just begun. I think he's just come into his own now. He's huge. Now. Everybody wants to know David, and I'm one of those people, and I said I haven't been going out much 'cause my weird hours. David recently, got me out of that bad cycle and gets. He's getting me out. And I said to him tell me when. Something's going on. And he does now by the way, what's going on next. David. Okay. So you got this job. You get paid. This is your your management now. So what happened is I go home to my parents? And and I told them I'm quitting polaroid. What you crazy? What are you doing? Like, I got a job in radio. It's I'm so excited. I'm going to be working at WBZ, and I took a significant pay cut. They weren't happy. But I did it. It's the typical rock rock and roll story. Yeah. And it's like it's like quitting your job to be in a band. But was it. You know, I remember when sergeant pepper came out you walk around Cambridge in Boston. And every Radiohead be seen on everyone was playing that album. And it's always a huge Beatles fan throughout those years. And so I started as promotions assistant doing such great memorable promotions. Yeah. This is the memorable promotions part of the program. Okay. It is it is. So I wanted to go through this is where I want to reach out to you folks, listening and do the whole brush with BC end, we sometimes do brushes with greatness, many, many many many of you have had brushes with Chachi brushes would be people. Maybe they won tickets. Have you went to a show for free? Maybe went to the WBZ in twentieth. Birthday party with a free Arrowsmith show. Zengin saying what's the central? Yeah. Tony barrow deny drove out to Worcester and picked up all the tickets every ticket and we went and bought a safe safe. And Tony's office walked all the tickets up in their tickets, well fourteen thousand and how what size suitcases at take. It was a huge huge box. And all of them were all elastic together in different sections. And we brought them all back to the station put them in safe and gave them all away on their fourteen thousand amazing. We went everywhere giving them away on the streets and on there. It was a spectacular show two. It was a great sodas from that. There are I have many photos of you. And I with many celebrities that we worked with WBZ, you know, what can you take photos of the photos, my phone awesome to already on your phone? Yeah. Yeah. Digitize? But it was a I forget all that happened. So do you can't remember I can't you can't because we were talking before we're coming on. And you talking about some of the promotions. We did. And I'm like we did. I don't remember that. Yeah. So let's talk about some others Bowie David Bowie at fort Apache four patchy studios. We did many promotions with Bowie. And we had a small studio audience in the studio at afford a patch e and boy was there. It was amazing amazing. Everybody took pictures he did five songs acoustically with Reeves Gabrielle's is guitarist at the time. And he was he was really super friendly right strikes. You about him musters the famous and influential guy, but he's so friendly. He was very friendly. And we've met him many times, I distinctly remember the promotion backstage at Gillette stadium where you in. Oh that was the first time nineteen Eighty-three. That's all that's dance tour, and you guys were very excited because you took his cigarette. Butts out of the ashtray we went in is a limousine and took a cigarette butts. But, you know, David Bowie to you was like, the Beatles. Your huge thing was the same thing, by the way, when you saw the Beatles. You felt like there are possibilities in life. Yes. Same thing for me with Boeing same exact thing, I'm sure the rock the value of rock music or one of them. Anyway. Well, we did many promotions with Bowie and what a great guy of bunch of different pictures with them from different things we did. And he he loved and we're going to take a quick break. Get some news, and we'll go through some more. Jog your memory is some promotions. Maybe you went to one of these. Brushed with BC WBZ. And if you happen to be a person from around here. A six point seven two five four ten thirty is the number six seven seventy five four ten thirty talk to Chachi talk to me, you'll talk to Mike Lavalle first we'd love to hear from you. W when I started saying WBZ, and it's hard to say that WBZ special report, a Mississippi Republican who drew scorn for making racially insensitive comment has managed to hold her Senate seat in what was the final election of two thousand eighteen and Cindy, Hyde Smith one with more than fifty percent of the vote hate you so much. This is just an unbelievable night. This has been an unbelievable campaign CBS's, Ed O'Keefe Smith.
"mike lavalle" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Again, forty five degrees. So on a personal note. I hope you're pleased. To hear that my. Cured yourself. I was thinking, oh, maybe I have some infection down there. But as I told Mike Lavalle. My my semi professional opinion of my own tooth is. That it doesn't feel at all. What's the word? When it swells up swollen up. Infection. It gets kind of usually swells up wasn't swollen. The symptoms were really heat sensitive, not cold sensitive and touch it Zing yo- wo-. And I thought I just won't do anything. I have a mouth guard. He's a night. I put that on just so it is too late it and hold it still. And like happens was some nerve issues. If you leave the nerve alone gets better. And yeah. It is better. Unfortunately, I just ate some peanuts and one little piece of peanut got over near that tooth and gave me another thing. But hopefully, that's just temporary. Six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty WBZ News Radio ten thirty. Stop buying got some stopped by farmer's market. And got some. Monkfish? I'm all about the fish like experimenting with different fish monkfish. They call it poor man's lobster. But I guess they call. Manta rays and poor man's scallops. But it's still good. And it's pretty cheap depends on how you cook. It I had it in Iceland and loved it in Iceland, the way he would eat it. Well, at least the way, I ate it was the restaurant where you or your fish, different kinds of fish, and it comes uncooked, and, but it comes with a really hot rock like a piece of pegos, some heavy granite or something highly polished, probably an instinct. Hot really hot. And you put the fish on it with butter. You have various kinds of butter. And you cook your own fish right there, and it was d- lettuce. And I haven't seen anything quite like that since it's tough to have to find one of those stones. But I don't need that. I got enough stuff, but I'm going with the mock fish, it comes to the weird membrane on it. And if you buy it know that you have to remove this membrane, and it's hard to remove the memory. Membrane as a bitter taste. So you gotta get rid of rid of it. And of course, it's a membrane wants to be eating a membrane. So get that off and to get that off the best thing to do is go to YouTube, and you can look up how to remove a membrane for monkfish. It's they're just like everything else is pretty much. Six seven two five four ten thirty Florida considers a ballot initiative that would restore voting rights to felons. This is a definite meaty topic for a couple of reasons. If you've done your time, right? You've paid your debt to society. Why wouldn't you be able to vote? That's right. You've paid your debt to society. Why can't you vote? You should be able to vote after you're sentenced you. You're voting rights should be restored. Now, this has giants political ramifications this Florida we're talking about here. But if felons get the vote. That could sway things. In jail. A disproportionate amount of folks in jails seem to be minorities and a disproportionate amount of folks in jail, who am I tend to be not Republicans? So if you all of a sudden increase. The population of voters a lot, and that group is largely democrat than you could really change things down there. It surprises me that it was ever the case that you don't get the vote after if felony charge. And I I wonder it was that a political strategy strategy to TGI to keep Democrats from voting again, they paid their debt to society. But if we let them vote why heck we Republicans. We lose power. What we need to do is not let them ever vote again. Can you see any any justification for not allowing a felon devote after time served? I don't even know why. Well, frankly, why couldn't you vote in jail. Really as a felon. Why did they take that away? What is the moral justification for that? There may be some just not seeing it is the first I've even considered that. Should you be able to vote from jail? I bet you get a real high turnout. Like one million percent because it's something to do. You got to vote today. Bob, you bet. I am. Better than sitting here on his bunk bed. Or lifting weights in the yard. We'll go vote. Should voting rights be restored to a felon after they serve. Time and maybe even should voting rights ever be taken away. Can anyone think of a reason why they were taking away is it that? Your judgment is so bad that you committed this felony. That your judgment is not a judgment that should be allowed to vote to have any say in the. The workings of the nation is that it. China not to be crazy liberal present here. But I just don't see the reason particularly for keeping voting rights away from somebody. After they've served their turn. November six voters could approve an amendment that would significantly affect the voting population on one of the most crucial states in the country. Historically, very crucial amendment for they have thirteen ballot initiatives that they're considering. Wow. Big changes down there. It's of course, received the most national attention. It would enfranchise the check this out the largest population in US history since. Women's suffrage. That's how many people. Felons or where felons or served time or are serving time really since women were enfranchised. This is the largest group since then if they should become enfranchised. That is freaky because it tells us how many people are in jail or have been in jail. What's what's wrong with the country? So many people are in jail. Do we have bad people do bad loss? Lot. A lot of topics popping up there. Right. Bad people or bad laws, so many people in jail. And once you felonies done your time you've done your time should be able to vote and why not vote from prison. What about being a felon currently serving time? Should remove your ability and your right to vote, which you get restored. When you get out. Is that part of the punishment? We're take is that. Really? It seems kinda gratuitous. We're going to put you in jail. For fifteen years, and we're going to take away your right to vote, really. Is it necessary? Do you think people in jails just aren't qualified to vote? Let's find out with David and Webster, David, Bradley. I there and thank you. Thank you very much for that topic that I think the. The right to vote if we are not. People critical about sexual freedom and a democratic society. Entrenched rights that should never be tampered with a dictator with a gun. Heard people put them in jail and say they have no right to work because the jail. Oh. It can dump can democratize cocaine into crack and dump it in a shitty and shooting at each other and end up in jail. So they can you that was a conservative thing that they put the crack in cities to get the Democrats in jail. Rican you run contra who the tunnel north. And so on. Advised reagan. They was too soon after Vietnam to American would not like to go into another wall. So. Any money to support any more wars in Central America? It's and so on it sent me way. Look at right now, we're talking about Iran and Saudi Arabia, Iraq. And so on. Jeanine. We we we. Raised Saddam to beat up on. Iran. Okay. America's I for twenty six fifty three. And then that thing. Money raised to give money to both sides for that. More controversy. Right, right. You're saying that that doesn't really address what you said about. Crack being a conservative generated thing put it into these cities to get democratic kids in jail Democrats in jail because minorities tend to be Democrats in jail. Okay. Need to put him in not the primary Gordon, except if you look at the history of this country on the one hand there's been set of America. An attempt to democratize society. But on the other hand, it wasn't country that that slavery. Took place. It was under was on the just. I'm the president could sitution. So the oldest forces and society, and we can we can fight boards forces students, which a more perfect union a better country. But there's always present forces trying to push things back. He polluting trying to put put certain people into slavery before. But some other savory where they just. Vacation for why not employed away a highly will be employment. What is the working class? White people always met people did to find some excuse. Why it's actually I've been taking. Even a simple sim stretches, suits and tight. Can we couldn't find people in this country to make we had to go to Bangladesh, and the people your own bringing jobs, I'm going to take jobs here, but they get their suits and ties made written by right? Right. That's true. That people have to be vigilant to protect freedom to vigilant and unobservant, and you can you don't you have some some things in full you and kill you and kill us at the stadium the Sabin. You look at it. Wait a minute. Wants jobs here. Why would you why did you make student enticing? In Baltimore couldn't make a suit. You know, the thing is people believe what they want to believe they will overlook what they want overlooked, especially these days. That is true. Unfortunately, unfortunately, when we say to you. When you wish I or bashful seeking the truth. Sometimes it tender invites us. We least wanted to see if it's wealthy people who think that they can dump crack into into into the inner city forget that is a boundary at we're in a city and begins. Kids to become addicted to crack and then. And I look at it. The country is celebrating the introduction of all kinds of power of corporate greed behind something as simple and mild at that's. And then it becomes Rory near like, you know. So I think he's saying marijuana. Are you saying marijuana is a gateway drug? Are you saying marijuana is unfairly blamed for being a gateway drug? I. You know, there was no issue, but it would grow that in their backyard. Most people can smoke smoking. But when you when you put a goalless into central Massachusetts from your copay of corporate greed behind it and push it. I. Nick. Creek. So sudden. Junior high Q smoking too because I think it's a new fad. Which I think advertising gets paid so much money because he can convince conceal your own. Alright. Well, thank you very much. Appreciate it. It's WBZ NewsRadio ten Thursday. I wonder if they will. I mean, they don't they're not real big on cigarette. Advertising. I'm guessing they won't be real big on. We'd advertising. I'm guessing. I don't think they really need to advertise by the way as anybody who's who among you is planning to go to the weeds star on day one which should be coming up soon. By the way, Canada Bom is green light. They're good to go with marijuana. We'll see how that works out. Canada's Canada's not that far away if you'll remember? Will you go to the beads stow? And what will you get on that day? Do you think it's an unhealthy that this has been legalize? It's nice to see folks have calmed down. In the initial decriminalization phase legalization face folks felt the need to go out and smoke in public stink up my world. Now, people seem to be a little more considerate. And I'm glad and I hope that continues to be the case. Don't forget about those awesome. Edibles? I think of actually think of cannabis as means for pain relief stress relief anxiety relief, not so much a party. Although watching a movie sometimes can be enhanced they say, it's WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. We heard you on the radio. That's.
"mike lavalle" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Over the middle into the end zone. It is caught for a touchdown. It is caught that time by kion Dickson. That is his first touchdown of the year right in front of t j Carter fourteen yards. They scored on their first possession of the half. Looks like they're going to score on their second with twenty six. Seconds left. It's forty one thirteen. Yeah. That Paul hung up there in the air a long time. Everybody was running their four, but nobody could get to it. It was perfectly on time to the tight of their tight ends are pretty good. They they find a way to get open. And they make the catch when the ball is there. Here is the extra point from Michael target. Who is perfect on the year. Forty one thirteen at the moment. Here's the snap down leg through kick is good at it's forty one fourteen with twenty six seconds left. So let's hope for a Tony Pollard return taking the if he doesn't. Go the distance. I would like to see that. It's been a dominant first half of Memphis as they've done pretty much everything they wanted to do have got a few things they gotta talk about defensively as far as getting off the field. Just to remind your Jeff brightwell's soon as this half is over. We'll chat with tiger head football. Coach, Mike Lavalle. Tiger football presented by Applebee's? Visit any Memphis area location right now half price appetizers two to five and then again from nine to close right after the game. Applebee's proud to support tiger football Henderson and Pollard. We'll try toward the end zone. This'll be a kick into the wind by the way for their kickoff specialist a young freshman named Noah. I mean, you know, all their guys are freshmen. Look they're lined up any real tight in here. They made us try to split because they don't want to get Tony politics a thirty three yard or when they dared to kick.
"mike lavalle" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Well, today, seventy eight degrees for a high. Son, humid in the afternoon, spotty shower thunderstorm in the evening. And Friday, cooler, less humid, intervals of sun and clouds, partly cloudy. Sixty wanna shout out to Joe Stapleton can hear me. Joe Stapleton traffic, man, if you're listening Joe used to be located in the studio, so we hang out all the time. Now, he's in a different building. So I need a shout out to him over the radio. He's they're keeping an eye on the traffic for you. And we'll update you throughout the night talking about this. Presidential alert doesn't that sound kinda creepy? Presidential alert. Mark levin. Low points out. It's really a FEMA alert. Why don't we call it? A FEMA alert. Would you prefer that? I kinda would presidential alert. It seems to weird. It seems like something you would if you were in Venezuela. It might be called the presidential alert. Or something like that. I wanted to. A little bit about how it worked works comes up as as a notification. And this was sent out of it. Eleven eighteen Pacific time to eighteen eastern time on Wednesday through though FEMA said it might take a few minutes for the test to make it to Alphonse. It was a test is literally they were testing it to see if it worked. And it might your phone might have alerted you that the test message arrived slightly different manner than normal. Text. Notifications. W E A. Includes a special tone some described it as quite loud and a vibration both repeated twice. Most newer wireless phones are compatible. Wireless. Emergency alert alert, by the way. W E A may also be referred to as government or emergency alerts all the major national wireless carriers. The most smaller services. Participate in the program. I guess I don't sound that excited about it. And my almost labeled phones have a setting to turn off amber alerts and emergency alerts sent through the system, a presidential alert can't be blocked cannot be blocked about that. A good with that six one seven two five four ten thirty. Do you think that this will be used only for -mergency or at some point? It will be politicized. Maybe not this president. Or maybe the next president. The new one we get in twenty twenty. Do you think the presidential so-called? Presidential alert will become politicized. Yeah. I I wouldn't be surprised. The wireless emergency. Alert test was to be followed by a nationwide test of the emergency alert system, which which is a similar message. That would be played over broadcast radio and television stations. These fans are these tests were planned for September twenty but were postponed till after hurricane Florence. Is it really necessary? I really would like to know how much it costs. I wonder how the wireless carriers like that. And how do you like that? You cannot block it. What about freedom freedom? Yeah. What if you don't want to be notified? What if you don't want the government intrusion? You this is an example of another example of mandatory government government intrusion. It might say, Bradley, Jay. Why wouldn't you want to be alerted to a nuclear threat? That's not the question. Maybe I just don't wanna know. Maybe they don't want the man having access to my phone in a way, I can't block. It never ends. Does it? Now, let's go to Jack. Djedje in Burlington. Hello. Hello. I am a story about dental work. You do. Well, here's the thing. I've been trying to think of stories ever since you said GOP more interesting. And you know, I told that story a couple of weeks ago. Yes, the data, and I wanna tell it again someday for Mike Lavalle because he's a player, but not tonight one talk about my dental thing. And I also have a suggestion for a program. Like, why are you talking about the dental thing? Because a listener told me I need to get dental work done. Yeah. So I was thinking about stories to tell you today. I thought of this story with my tooth. And then you mentioned this is a perfect opportunity to tell the story. But but I also would love to say what is this person's teeth? Look like, wouldn't you love to know actually, wouldn't really. That's cool. That's good. You shouldn't even care. Okay. So I was taken ice skating lessons, and I fell on the ice and. All right on my face. Oh police and I felt right on my to my chin. So there was blood everywhere. Oh. I heard the phone click across the ice. When I was like, oh my God. I was so upset and so my boyfriend at the time was all white about because as he thought it was so vain and he brought me roses, and I'm like, oh my God. And it happened on like a Memorial Day weekend type weekend where I wouldn't be able to have a fix. Right Memorial Day weekend. It happened on Thursday or Friday Memorial Day weekend, you ice skating in the inside then. Yes. Yeah. Indoor rink. Oh. So here's the funny part though. So as I I was absolutely horrified because well a girl kind of vein and the front tooth, right? And my teeth kind of good like nothing ever happened to them. And it just was still awful. So then like he was really catering because he felt so bad for me. So we go out to eat. It goes off to the men's room. And I'm sitting there and a couple of guys are at the table and they're like smiling at me. And I said should I let them see my tooth? And I decided till I granted them. I did. Like what? Yeah. I think what. And that's that's okay. I wait. So your boyfriend got up and left. These guys are giving you the the Harry eyeball. We're not bad just smiling wasn't disrespectful looking at you. Like, hey, baby. Or whatever. John Young girl. Look good. You know, so, but the the thing that I thought you smiled at them with your big gaping black could grin because I was really scared that people would turn away from me. Like, I was a monster. And they were horrified at first. Yeah. Right. You second stable like what? And then I was in there were like. Yeah. Yeah. What made them? I don't know. As I got that reaction fermentable guys who know me like or the kind of cute, it's we get tough or something like what it was the weirdest. So I in my boyfriend, I'm not gonna get him. He's like, yeah. But so that's my story. And the other thing he kept saying to me was we always wanted to marry hockey player. Now, you look like one because I used to want to marry Bobbio when I was little so that's my story. I don't have a lot of stories, Bradley. So that's a good one. I'm digging into the arena..
"mike lavalle" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"We can something like that. Like what? She's why. I can't wait to get your ballpark. MARCY, get our butts. Thing is he knew Saberhagen was pitching good as he can pitch, and I'm not so sure he, you know, is greatest. John Tudor was used gas at that. Yeah. So tutors out there, it's a debacle. Then Joaquin goes out there and even get your behind home plate that night. He is, oh God, his, I guess they can't do anything about that. They can make it a scene by moving them to second as opposed to move on. The fact is that you know those, those guys are so good. I mean. I don't. I personally don't like instant replay. I wish we kept baseball. The traditionally like we had, you know, rely on the cars. Were I the players for the outcome of the game, but the re we didn't lose that series because the Doncaster we lost their World Series. We hit one eighty s team and roars pitched while we lost. It wasn't done decking. Trustful doesn't doesn't stick with you in any way. Now three years later, you know, No, I I just, just, you you know, know. I just wish I had that rank right, but no, it. I don't. I don't feel like my career is, you know, as I have a less, you know, my career as somehow naphtha Phil because I didn't get a World Series ring Ozzy his said, I've Bs with him before that he thinks of the three teams that went and I know you were only on the eighty five team in spring training with the eighty-seven team and part of the organization to he thought the five team was the best of the three. Even though the team was the one that won the World Series, I couldn't. Yeah. I can't argue that I agree with them, yes. So what happens in spring training of eighty-seven where you get traded to the pirates on their? Well, Jim Lennon was a, I think, in the moment pick for the car and he he's a right handed hitter. And I, the, the reason I got traded was, but first of all, the pirates desperately need some new talent. But why did he thought the Mike Lavalle your, which is really, this is kind of this is part of the brilliance of of white Herzog's thinking that first of all, he wasn't really sure Michael virus gonna hit, but he was so worried about Mike Avar hitting eighth and the pitcher, not having the billions of I'm over from first base if he does get. That's That's what that what was. that was about. Yes. And I'm thinking, well, if you're worried about not having ability for him to get, well, you should be worried about him scoring from second. First second base, that was my thing and what Jim Lennon Jim lemon was having had some good career minor league numbers, and they thought he was going to be a a good good header. At the big level. It didn't turn out the be, but I had my best bring at that point micro was doing very, very well offensively in spring training, obviously, having four years on your my belt helped my my confidence I was, and here's the thing I played every day in centerfield second season. Will you got hurt right? And I three..
"mike lavalle" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"WBZ indeed three oh, eight o'clock. Mike Lavalle is your producer. I'm the host Bradley Jay as we ease into another weekend. So everybody's on the edge of this eat now, including Mark and me. Trying to find out about scallops because it's so hard to find good scallops, and I don't wanna get burned on scallops anymore because that's always -fensive, and I have them for my birthday. It's my big birthday dinner. And I don't want to be like those were bads call up some my birthday dinner. So I'm really excited to find out from Chuck and Belmont. Who's a chef? How to find more about the difference between the goods call ups in the bed scallops, and how to find the good dry pack scallops, so take it away. Yeah. It's kind of like trying to get the best wines the best starting places to make friends with somebody who has a wine shop, and then Tom what you're looking for. So if you make friends with good fish purveyors, and like the one at the Boston public market, they're great and just tell them what you want. And when you want them, they'll they'll source out the best scouts ratio. They'll get the dry pack, which is what you want because they haven't been washed in any preservative. They haven't been frozen the drive pack ones have been frozen freezing. Really destroys the texture of the meat. And then when you cook scallops all the water runs out of them, and it leaves him, very mealy. So you want super fresh scallops? But if you tell them, you get a good fish purveyor, and you tell them when you want them another good fish purveyor over in Brooklyn is wall state been in business for like one hundred years. So this seems crazy expensive to me. Are they are they not? I mean, they are kind of expensive. But I mean the best way to eat scallops. And I'm a chef the best way for my perspective to eat them raw. So I like them super super fresh, obviously, he just little lemon and olive oil marinate burbs. But if you're going to broil them, you you want scallops that you really could eat raw because you're going to cook them rare, right, right? So even if you. Do you want the highest quality? If you get to know, a decent fish purveyor who's in your neighborhood, or you know, if you need to travel, they just tell them this is what I'm looking for. Okay. Paxi scalp. Still get you some sea scouts that were in the water that day, that's cool. And then the other thing is you want divers scallops if you can get them. The difference in the divers cows that divers actually go into water, and they grab the scallop. So they're going by you know, the kind of scored their way jet their way to the water table. The other scallops are dredged they drop a net, and they'd tragic them up with a whole bunch of mud, and they may drag them for a while before they bring them up, and they can case kind of muddy so divers scouts are more expensive. But they're worth it because the flavors amazing and sculpture, so rich, you don't need a lot of really really rich. I'm really excited. Now, you eat them raw Ecorse. Yes. I used to be super big super bag into that was my thing. I'm yeah. But now, I got I got sick not always is. But I just got a little taste of what real sick from food. And you hear about. Been bad. With scallops. I fishermen who never eat anything raw. But go eat scallops raw scallops is they're real sweet. And they have a beautiful flavor destroyed when you cook them all the way through when you see like bay scallops, which are like little bon-bons from the cedar so delicious. But like in a clam shack somewhere a lot of times though by the bay scallops win. They're cheaper some season any freeze them. So they may have been in a freezer for a year or more. You really don't want those Ross right and people used to the fried scallops. He get clam shacks. But when you get scouts rather, see you can eat those raw, and it really isn't an issue. So why why is it not an issue where it is with other stuff? Okay. So with what we call scallops, actually, just the doctor muscle. It's the muscle that moves the show up and down, and it's very powerful. And that's why scallops. So the only by valve mollusc Quebec, swims if you well it moves through the water table because clamps down so hard. So whenever you have whole muscles. Let's say like steaks, you can eat rare or almost raw because the whole muscle. It's not ground in a lot of Oregon's around. Yeah. Would you eat an oyster you're eating all the organs to so they can be muddy and affected by the water around him almost always when you get sick from an oyster. It's because they're in water that they shouldn't be in. There was this one restaurant years ago and won't mention it. But it was considered the best restaurant in the entire world. But they sent like nine hundred diners to hospital because they were getting. Oysters from a place that was near some sewage. You know, I think I know the place I think how the playoffs. So it always you want the cleanest most pristine east coast. Oysters are great because they tend to be from very cold, very pristine waters. But you're eating the whole animal, whereas with scallops you're just eating that muscle now. The other foot side of that is for me. If you're gonna cook stops at that's way, is to get whole live scallops take the top shell off and take the belly off and fishmongers will do this for you. But to have what we call the scallop, which is the muscle in the row in the spring the orange row scalp down. Yeah. What if you boil them together? It's amazing. It's almost like having a scallop Pat on the side. Where can you get the whole scallop in the show again? If you ask go fish purveyor use it can get him for because they'll do is. They'll look for ones that have a lot of ro. They'll source it for you. How do they not? In in Chinatown. You can get hold scallops. Most of the restaurants Chinatown do whole scholar. Would you buy them there? Yeah. Because they get them all year round. And they don't always have row, but they do coal scout spoiled with like ginger and scouting. And so you would trust the. Hygiene of the scallops scallops. When you go to Chinatown, if you eat the kinds of things that the Chinese eat. They're pretty good about it because they're eating so things like periwinkles like little snails. Those are usually pretty good Royal whole Scarlets pretty good because most Americans don't go for it. And. The thing is stuffed American eat Chinese don't go for. So we're limited by limited quantities. And there's a fast turnover of it. So where can I get whole scallops in Chinatown? Why would I are they cheaper there? Well, no, you want somebody to cook them for you. You know, that's. Still gonna be a little bit pricey. But the thing can you need all scallops. It has a different flavor almost tastes like waster. And you're you're only going to get a couple of them as an appetizer. Maybe two three of them something like that. So you get sound like you've got a big play the scallops you have a recommendation for a place. Yeah. Always peach farm, so he's. Oh. Farmers the place where pretty much every chef goes in Chinatown Chinatown. Pizza. Yeah. Means called Peachtree Peachtree fire. So is that a is that a restaurant? Yeah. That's the name of that. And it's one of those places where you go in a first thing. Chefs does is he looks through the swinging doors into the kitchen and their kitchens, always real clean and the food. There is always good. And it's been a chef haunt for decades. So that's the place that everybody on the chefs go. Wow, I learned so much. There's a lot to know. So there's before you go we had a caller say where can I get the dry pack scallops, and you said wolf's, and you said, yeah. Wolfson Brookline and then also read Steph in the. The public market over obey. We're Haymarket is. But it's in the building. Yeah. Pasta. In south Boston. There's a lot of fish Lambert's. If you just ask them. If you just ask them, you know, that they have like a counter where they serve, you know, people either cutting him back for the because a lot of them do just industrial sales to March restaurants, and that kind of thing, but a lot of them have a little counter, they'll sell the customers, just commend. So what's a good one Boston? I don't really go there that much because I buy right from fishermen. Lamberts? Yeah. That sounds familiar. All right. Boy. Anything with an Irish name and south is going to be good for. All right. Well, thank you. Can I throw in one power ballad suggestion? Yeah. Absolutely. From jets. That's good. Absolutely. Thank god. I would buy me out if I had to tell you know. Wasn't restaurant in wherever it is. Yeah. It's urban J E R B A L. See we're right in the centre of Boston right across the street from park plaza. We just got the best of Boston award for best Italian from Boston magazine, and the improper so you can look up there aren't there. I walked by there all the time. If I pop in when do you work? I'm there every night school. Boy. That's great, man. Thank you very much. All right. Take care has a good one Erbil Luce. Over at five. I think I have a thing to do tonight. Boy, I I can't I'm so thankful for his information. Never again. Never again, supermarkets scallops. I'm tired of being ripped off. Guy was good, right, Mark. And Mark Mark's very much. Food dude. I remember everything he said, I don't need notes. Peach farm. Tyler Mark already looked it up. So as urban impeach him. I had to cancel my trip. Go to these places. Let's take a break and. Talk to him. Let's see Bob in Florida. Cates. WBZ?.
"mike lavalle" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"We have open lines we have mike lavalle at six one seven two five four ten thirty you'll be the first one to answer and then i'll talk to you we'll hang a little bit open minds we can talk about whether or not it's a good idea for citizens to vote we can talk about what the heck one does and alaska anchorage short trip going to do that and i have no clue what to do a figure something out but it would be nice to get guidance from you out atta hold you for a while or anything else was bill thompson polo bill hey how are you guys great i wanted to comment on the lady two calls ago when you asked her if what what what the she she knew about the path to citizenship as far as people going into the military and i think if if we can if we can cut the people i think that they go right to the head of the wind today do their tour of duty so called about that my wife and i just got from a whole cruise over the mediterranean and it was so wonderful of we said we will go to allows for next summer so call you a year from now and i'll be able to tell you all about about anchorage but tell me about the mediterranean cruise oh my god so my niece gave my wife and i first class airline tickets to anywhere in the world is a gift first class yep born in dorchester still trying to do all my stuff there so got to see how the rich people live and flew from logan zora zora to rome spent two nights in rome and then drove to drive a drive us to civitavecchia checked on all laser aligned crews and first day we pulled up in lisbon a tour of the power excuse me got a tour that we went to florence and the next day was my say each day you pull up to con sorrento each day you pull up to a different port get off the five style hotel do you little tour come back and another thing over in italy you could walking out of the parthenon hotel we stayed at literally twenty five feet away under one of those little nine by ten some sun awnings to to federal police officers i i don't know if they have them one rifles but there in their camouflage fatigues their index fingers on those on the trigger in front of every government building in italy you'll see two four dog men very reassuring over there in rome to be an american citizens and see those guys i said to my wife you'd never see that in the streets of boston unless there was martial law imposed as people would freak out would you like to see people in front of every building with weapons in the finger on trigger yeah i guess if things get outta here but i mean certainly we don't have the problems that europe has just follows know terrorism but no i i think that people if it's necessary well of course president trump should bring them in but to just have the names talking about private security or cops with fingers on triggers i think that you don't need things like that people's face i would you sounded like you liked it excuse me you sound like you enjoyed seeing people with weapons at every important buildings sadly i said that i it it's just different over there that you're at the coliseum yeah they're they're they're they're there okay i was just curious i wasn't being critical okay tell me more more places we went to sorrento which was just spectacular we weren't to montserrat florence a quasi in the you know the statue of david and no montserrat i i'm a beer drinker i we went to this monster every where they made red wine and white mine and standing in a vineyard sealed with ten or twelve different people from california win on the cruise two thousand people i believe they should do a fourteen hundred people from the states and i gotta say bradley there was probably five hundred people in that.
"mike lavalle" Discussed on AP News
"Supreme court retirement i'm tim maguire the ap news minute supreme court justice anthony kennedy's decision to retire provides president trump with a chance to cause a major shift on the court george washington university constitutional law expert jonathan turley anyone who is even slightly more conservative than kennedy could have cascading impacts across a dozen area areas of law trump says he's already begun the search for kennedy's successor and senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says a vote could expected in the fall a hit and run driver smashed into five people including two children riding in a pedicab today along san francisco's waterfront hospital official says a man is in critical condition they're still looking for that driver man's plan to take videos up the skirts a women and at madison wisconsin was thwarted when a shoe camera exploded police chief mike lavalle says in a blog the man wasn't arrested because he hadn't taken any videos before the cameras battery fizzled i'm tim maguire there's another opioid crisis but as ap correspondent warren levinson reports it has nothing to do with the abuse of pain medications hospitals around the country are reporting serious painkiller shortages and it's affecting patient care outcomes some hospitals have resorted to rationing painkillers maternity wards have critical shortages of a fast acting anesthetic so if a woman needs an emergency c section she might get a slower acting version delaying the operation and raising the risks to her and her child the shortage traces to a contamination defies factory in kansas last year the company makes sixty percent of the country's intravenous drugs and production was slashed while problems were corrected i'm warren levinson australia's economic future could be damaged if it bans chinese telecommunication giant weiwei from australia's next generation mobile network technology according to a weiwei executive while we austrailia chairman jon lord's told.
"mike lavalle" Discussed on AP News
"Supreme court retirement i'm tim maguire the ap news minute supreme court justice anthony kennedy's decision to retire provides president trump with a chance to cause a major shift on the court george washington university constitutional law expert jonathan turley anyone who's even slightly more conservative than kennedy could have cascading impacts across a dozen area areas of law trump says he's already begun the search for kennedy's successor and senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says vote could be expected in the fall a hit and run driver smashed into five people including two children riding in a pedicab today along san francisco's waterfront hospital official says a man is in critical condition they're still looking for that driver man's plan to take videos up the skirts a women and at madison wisconsin was thwarted when his shoe camera exploded police chief mike lavalle says in a blog the man wasn't arrested because he hadn't taken any videos before the cameras battery fizzled i'm tim maguire joe jackson the patriarch of the musical family the jackson has died according to a family source he was eighty nine years old api music correspondent margie's are letter reports joe jackson's driving determination that helped turn the jackson five into a musical phenomenon he was also father two singers janet and latoya jackson michael jackson had sent his father's demands for perfection crossed over into abuse in june two thousand nine in the days after michael died joe jackson said they had always had a good relationship we've been close born i had to feeding so so is it very close it was very close i'm archie zaraleta a japanese space probes kicked off a first ever experiments to blow a crater into asteroids rockies surface and collect samples the unmanned spacecraft arrived at the asteroid on wednesday after a three and a half year journey the japanese aerospace exploration agency says the robotic explorer will attempt three brief touch and go landings on the asteroid to collect samples over the next year and a half if the retrieval and the return journey are successful the asteroid material could provide clues into the origin of the solar system and life on earth border authorities are facing in order to reunite separated families within thirty days ap's matt small reports that ruling from a judge of san diego also has a provision for new families coming in the children are younger than five they must be reunified within fourteen days of yesterday's order us district judge dana sabra issued the order in a lawsuit by the aclu it involves a seven year old girl and a fourteen year old boy who were both separated from their moms several also issued a nationwide injunction on future family separations unless the parent is deemed unfit more than two thousand children have been separated from their parents in recent weeks and placing government contract shelters i'm matt small welcome to total wine and more.
"mike lavalle" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"This weather i do a sixty eight degrees now dropping like a rock gut here half an hour ago it was seventy spectacularly night out the moons about half half moon and i expected it to be kinda muggy but wasn't at all i didn't all day i kind of had a headache still kinda do but that was nice to get out today will have mixed sun and clouds seventy nine thursday and friday pleasant patchy clouds each day seventy two and seventy four so far this is a banner summer this is sweet summer the nice spring i'm all about it i think last year we started out with but a week of ninety degrees right not so this so it's good to be with you all how do you do i'm bradley jay mike lavalle is here we're both doing pretty well i think he got some sleep released he's in a good mood i got a bunch of sleep too i you may remember the other day that i asked you if you thought animals worried do animals worry i asked that question now is because i was at the beach a week on whether it'll be two weeks was a week ago the sunday and i was at the beach and i saw seagulls trying to find food and the kind of the be very competitive they'd battle each other and bullying each other around 'cause i gotta got eaten there's only so much food and if you don't eat die and i wondered if stress about that do they sit there in the log and worry they say do they say oh my god i gotta go in there and try to get that piece of clam before that other seagull does worry do they do they think i hope i get something to eat today so i don't die or do they just do it and not worry and i ask that question on the social media the one they call facebook i want an answer i when i am on facebook and i ask you a question i want an answer and yes i understand that people don't always do as i want it always play ball don't answer my silly reindeer games but if they don't i don't want to deal with them bland's.
"mike lavalle" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Wbz newsradio ten thirty and is anthony marco wednesday here wbz jay talking bradley jay mike lavalle oh he's your producer anthony's our guest a regular guest and we're talking about oh what's the best way to phrase it old school a classic johnston restaurants good memories too yeah we have you know when you see a list there there are more than i would against that we have a list of twenty five and we won't get to the mall especially since you're you you folks are calling which is what we want where sandy in boston hollow sandy good evening anthony i don't know if you realize you know me but i'm from the west roxbury historical society yeah he's gonna come speak for us april thirtieth at the west roxbury library at three and open to the public if anybody wants to come on the history of the l so the forest hills so we're really excited about that thank you for that because they think sometimes when people actually talk about this the boston elevated railway is a great story that is a little bit interesting since it's actually no longer in existence but i look forward to that said larry had so many memories i wanted to ask about the restaurant i'm not sure how old it is is to go in the seventies and i loved it it was called betty's rolls royce yes betty arnold was somebody she was a good friend and she and her husband would actually come to my house and milton for my christmas bodies just that one time of year i lived in an area called canton avenue and it was somewhat affluent and she would arrive in this rolls royce and it was really kind of an interesting thing she started this place it was really a bar it was entertainment find good food it was jinx vivian i do though hey drink but betty arnold was somebody who had charisma and charm she was tiny but she took that rolls royce to do heights it got tickets continuously and she would basically pocket directly in front of a restaurant in that little blackstone street which runs parallel to the.