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"mike rosenthal" Discussed on KCBS All News
"It's one more reason. Why were the Bay Area's number one news station All news all the time on KCBS. News time, 8 42 popular hiking area. Stanford University, known as the Dish, which had been closed because of the Corona virus pandemic has re opened. Hey, CBS's Margie Schaeffer took a walk to the top, where some safety measures have been put in place taking in the Golden Hills, oak trees and bird life will keep your mind off the climb, and the view at the top near the dish will make it worth the effort. This area's been close since April 3rd, and Mike Rosenthal of Stanford Medical School appreciates that cautious approach of Stanford. You know, you can walk around the campus now and get to the quad in the middle, where the churches and everything and there's nobody there. You could be the only one standing and it's pretty awesome in a way accepted it, just show you what's what's happening. What's happening, of course, is Corona virus, So he wore his mask as he walked with his friends, socially distancing six feet on the trail. All walkers go in one direction. Counterclockwise. This is not a time to sort of Become complacent. We're all getting tired of it. I think we all feel a little depressed by it and everything. But this is not the time to give in because this thing's powerful. About 100 people were excited to walk this trail when it opened at six in the morning. The dish by the way, was built by the Air Force in the 19 sixties. It's now operated by sorry international at the Stanford Dish area. Margie Schaefer, KCBS among the major league Baseball teams reporting positive Corona virus tests. The San Francisco Giants will tell you more about that in just over a minute. We're.
"mike rosenthal" Discussed on KCBS All News
"And bird life will keep your mind off the climb, and the view at the top near the dish will make it worth the effort. This area's been close since April 3rd, and Mike Rosenthal of Stanford Medical School appreciates the cautious approach of Stanford. You know, you can walk around the campus now and get to the quad in the middle where the churches and everything in it There's nobody there. You could be the only one standing and it's pretty awesome. In a way accepted. It does show you what's what's happening. What's happening, of course, is Corona virus, So he wore his mask as he walked with his friends, socially distancing six feet on the trail. All walkers go in one direction. Counterclockwise. This is not a time to sort of become complacent. We're all getting tired of it. I think we all feel a little depressed by it and everything, but this is not the time to give in because this thing's powerful. About 100 people were excited to walk this trail when it opened at six in the morning. A dish by the way, was built by the Air Force in the 19 sixties. It's now operated by S R I international at the Stanford Dish area. Margie Schaefer KCBS. The Supreme Court has upheld a 1991 law the bars Robo calls two cell phones. Case only arose after Congress created inception and exception in the law in 2015 that allows the automated calls for collection of government debt. Political consultants and pollsters were among those asking the Supreme Court to strike down the 19 1 law that bars them from making Robo calls two cell phones, saying it violated their free speech rights. Issue Wass whether by allowing one kind of speech, but not others. The exception made the whole law unconstitutional case. CBS NEWS Time. 5 44 We have Kevin, the Rat and the sports line in about a minute. I didn't write a motorcycle for.
"mike rosenthal" Discussed on KCBS All News
"KCBS Sunny, a little cooler, but still pretty comfortable around the Bay Area today. Good afternoon. I'm Susan Lee Taylor in for Rebecca Corral, and here's what's happening. San Francisco Firefighters say the tragic death of a six year old boy in the Bay View this weekend is an incident that will stay with them for a long time. KCBS Curreri who dissects explains why Michael Thompson, a battalion chief for San Francisco Fire in Bayview. Hunter's point, says whenever they have to respond to an incident involving a child, it's sting's mostly because he knows what it's like to have young kids. I have a six year old daughter, so kids stuff get to you. He was their fourth of July night when paramedics had to rush six year old Jase Young to the hospital after he was shot in the chest while watching fireworks with his family. He later died of his injuries. Dramatic We all have. You know those incidents that sticks with you and it is definitely one of those. There's just mental snapshot you have, Thompson says. Those images and sounds of fireworks mixed with gunshots can have a dramatic effect on a person's mental health. We're all sort of flinching because everything around you sounds like somebody shooting, so you definitely have a heightened sense of awareness. Police are still working to identify a suspect. Meanwhile, the family has created a go fund me page to help pay for funeral expenses. Carrie, Who'd a SEC? KCBS officials are scrambling to get the covert crisis at San Quentin under control as KCBS Kathy Novak tells us of the almost 2500 cases among prisoners around the state. 1388 of them are at San Quentin. This will get your heart pumping because of the exercise and the view. That number represents the official count. But there are fears the number could be higher as some men incarcerated at San Quentin, who previously tested negative are now anecdotally reporting symptoms. Governor Gavin Newsom says the prison is an area of top concern. We have teams of people now on site. Repurpose ing some of the older facilities on looking at strategies to cohort individuals. Onda treat individuals s so that we can mitigate Perhaps some of the burden outside of those gates, 67 year old Luther Weathers is being housed in a gym and says he's seeing those preparations happen. They want to turn this gym into a hospital for sick people. So they've been coming in here Major and where they're going to put the beds. They even they're bringing people out of Sacramento. His worry is what happens to him in about 100 others if they need to make room for the sick. They were tested on Friday and whether says two more people got positive results. Kathy Novak, KCBS Stanford is reopening its popular recreational dish area. To the delight of the public case. CBS's Margie Schaefer joined others and taking a hike to the top on this beautiful summer day. This will get your heart pumping because of the exercise and the view you may have seen the dish from 2 80 Built by the Air Force in the 19 sixties today on by the government and operated by Sorry international, But it's also a popular hiking area and Mike Rosenthal with Stanford medicine at a friend masked up for the 3.3 mile walk. The view from the top is amazing. You see the whole bay and if the weather's clear you can see San Francisco You can see down to it. San Jose is just it's just beautiful Mid Corona virus There have been some changes, masks and social distancing are required to walk that now, one way, counterclockwise path. You know, this is important. It's getting a little worse. Now in Santa Clara County. The I C U at Stanford has a few more patients and it You know it's a dangerous time and this is not a time to sort of become complacent. One woman lamented She had to stay on the path and not walk straight up the golden Hills through the oak trees. Nonetheless, she was happy to be back in the Stanford Dish area. Margie Schaefer, KCBS newly released documents show protests across California have cost more than $70 million in law enforcement, overtime and other costs. Sacramento Bee reports that in the state capital alone, the price tag for policing and cleaning up after protests against against police brutality in the last month now tops $40 million. California Highway.
"mike rosenthal" Discussed on Electrum Radio
"Look I'm I'll break into this real quick 'cause in and I got people that are back me up on a got people that'll fuck and say. I'm full of Shit. I used to work for satellite company. Years Twenty fucking twenty five years ago and me and Mike Rosenthal. We'd travelled all over the country putting these fucking ten foot dishes. The dishes were in style and Back then our boss man. He's sinister his house and He's like wind up playing a game pool at his house and he called Mike and he's like hey because we'd been gone for a little bit and he's like what are y'all doing and we're like work we're fixing to come you know. Blah Blah. Were know just doing this. Eases will test guide knocked at seven in the right hand pocket or whatever whatever it was he said and Mike Mike. Stop the conversation and it just looks at me. And he's I now did we're we're not playing poises. I'm watching you and he's like any starts telling US where we're at in his house. We were in the basement but and the reason we re air. 'cause that's where we got our supplies from was from his house because that was that was where we got our shit in the mornings so we had access. You know what I'm saying. Anyway it was like what the fuck is. You know what we're doing so we ended up leaving and we wind up getting Talking to talking to him like couple of days later and we asked what the fuck When you come back in off somewhere not shy dude back then he had a fucking camera in the TV. And if I can show to how it worked. So they are. They had that that she it's been around for years and Then I ended up working for Bellsouth Telephone Company before they got bought out by a t and T and I learned so much shit when I worked there dude from bell labs. It was some crazy stuff going on. Did you was it was mind blowing and not even conspiracy shit just kind of like what kind of people always thinking? What's going on in this net? Yeah it kind of is but it's not like a secret. It's this technology that people trying to figure out and it's like DSL DSL was but it was like the The suppose of the first high speed data this shit's been around since the fucking sixties and people just didn't know it because the military was using it so when bell labs would come up with with new innovative shit that military would take it and use it for however long they needed to before they would allow the phone company to release it to the public so by the time they release it to the public. It's already been in use for years so five gs not new. This is what's killing me about this kind of thing and I get it no no. It's not causing anything. It's not causing anything but your buck and phone to work faster. Which quit.
"mike rosenthal" Discussed on Comments By Celebs
"Yet. Poppy andbranch came this year in shook baby. Shark out of the fucking water fucking water. They they had frozen world which had ice chairs ice sculptures neon. Do you want to build a snowman. Sign a snowman building station Bouncy Castle. Make Your Own Snow Globe. Olaf ice ice sculpture. Like what like a now is just the pre party and she said that she's walking as they go into the stormy world they're like and that was is the PRI party. Okay I have so many things to say before we even get into the rest of the details. It's not for one second. Do I want anybody to think that we don't recognize how over the top top extravagant and fully ridiculous like I get it absolutely fucking insane to spend. I would estimate anywhere between two and three million dollars on a kids second birthday party that she won't even remember. I get that being said. It's her money like what. Why can't she do what she wants to do with her money? It's not like she's doing that instead of donating. She don't million dollar Australia just a couple of months ago like to me. It's like you can spend your money in whatever way you want. I hope to God that nobody watches that. And things like doc shit. That's what I need to do for my kid because nobody the beyond seas of the worlds are not. Doing that is absolutely ridiculous. It's ridiculous like it's truly ridiculous so now that we got that out of the way you say that you had to say we had to like to me. I don't even give a fuck like I know that so bad that like I can wash. It doesn't go fuck how much but I don't. It was so fucking amazing and incredible wild and beyond anything that I could ever imagine for one fucking second. I was two years old At stormy world and my parents did that for me and it was amazing. Yeah exactly exactly as long as nobody thinks that. That is what the parents parents need to do or anything like it because please please no. Oh I hope nobody listen to this. That's the case because God really won't remember it but okay for stormy world portion of it you enter this Rainbow Hallway with neon lights. There's an elephant ride which is very similar to the dumbo wanted Disneyworld. There's a giant rollercoaster with storms head. It's the same one. That Travis had it astro world the concerts there's a giant S. ballpit. There's a stormy merged store. There's a build a bear. There's a tie station of photo booth where you pose with stormies stormies face inside of a claw machine like what the fuck is. I'm saying there's Tacos burgers pizzas stations all with neon signs custom stormy to go boxes for the Burgers. I it had everything every detail was perfect. You there's if you name one thing they had it. Yeah I mean listen if you know anything about Kylie throwing parties parties is her bread and butter no matter what the occasion is. There is a party so obviously for stormy second birthday it's going to have to be greater than all the other parties but someone made a really interesting point. It's like do you think it's going to be the kind of thing where every year she has to top it and then she has more kids than chess atop it or do you think that it's going to be like you know what this was my first born and obviously had to super extravagant and not that anything wouldn't be but like it's not going to be like this every single year. I don't know it's impossible to say I mean from a sustainable standpoint. She could do it every three year. Yeah from a God. The seems exhausting. And if I had one more can I do this for. I don't know if I'd be able to write with any hope with with any hope. Show manage to have all of her kids born at gigs around the exact same time so that they can just combine it as one. Let me tell you something though if you have four kids like. She says she's planning on having. That's an extra four to eight million dollars a year that you are spending just birthday parties which listen. I know she can totally do ridiculous. But that's like that's the most insane well but I'm saying all around the same time. You've got four sections of airplane hangar. I know that's true. You're onto something there. Kid Kylie taking usually lamb. Also a lot of people were asking if we think that Travis and Kyle you're back together one because of their interactions at the party in two because of Travis's post which one of the pictures was was Kylie's pregnant stomach them cuddling in bed. I don't know but what I will say is. I felt it more this week than I have ever felt recently. Here's what I say about them. I don't know if they're back together but they're definitely not not together. Yeah it just felt a little different this week. I'm not saying they are but I'm not saying they're definitely at the party. Hit Different at the party. Them dancing with stormy and co-parenting. Totally get it but it hit different. It just did the coolest fucking. I can't believe I can't believe this. His party it was everything I could of ever dreamed of and more it was perfect. It was perfect and this is a prime example of when we tell you guys if you care about the stuff you need to be following the Mary Phillips of the world the Atkins of the World Mike Rosenthal unique to be getting every single angle. If Chrissy in John's babysitter was public. We'll be following her instagram. Because you need to get the angles. Exactly you're correct and let me tell you one more thing about this birthday party. True put on this earth to where that burglary turtleneck dress. She was that was her purpose. That was God's plan Dan for true. Was that trust yes. She really looked so adorable. She looked really. Do you really did. Okay also beat. Someone else was there that I was gonna you mentioned. I just forgot it will come back okay. This morning on our way to the studio came in conyers. Video for architectural digest dropped. It was step inside. Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West Boundary Defying home and it was designed quiz video. It was so good now it was so good lease better than guys got watch. It was like it was eleven seven minutes or something. It was shot in their living room each on their white chairs very minimal. Obviously but they were so happy. Connie was really lively an an an engaged and it was just so good. They were asking each other questions about themselves and their design styles and it's just so funny watching their interaction action it was. I thoroughly. Enjoyed every single millisecond of that video. I thought it was so cute. So funny that one part where can ask him like what do you think is the most valuable possession in the home. And he's like you when she goes I was Gonna say that and then he goes. Okay okay ask it again so you can say it was so cute. And then they One of the first thing she asked him is what happens. Did you change when we moved in together and he said I stopped being lonely and which was really sweet and then she talked which this is nothing new we know that he I lost her They also talked about how they walked by. The House and Kim said that it was her dream home and Connie said I like it and Kim's like him saying I like it was like Oh oh my God I love it because he doesn't really like anything and then Connie's like that's my specialty not liking stuff. The way that they play off each other is just so like truly. It's a fascinating sonate dynamic. Yeah it's almost like I don't even know how to describe it. It's like you can just tell. They have been together for so long that they know each other. So weirdly weirdly. Well they really do. It's just amazing to watch and what's really funny to me also about that. Is that when you look at that house. The one criticism that every single person has of it is like how would correze kids in that house like that is ridiculous is always nothing. There's no clutter nothing and it's so funny listening to them because their entire thing is that the house was designed to have kids in it that when they were living there perspective houses or respective houses and when they were you know figuring out what they were going to do they passed this house and they both were like yeah. That'd be a great place to have kids which to me. It's like yeah from a space perspective totally but from a functionality perspective it just seems so often I guess I guess getting marker on your ten thousand dollar couch. Isn't that big a deal when you're that wealthy well. That's one of the things that they were saying not even in the video in the actual architectural digest interview that they did when they're talking about the house. Connie saying you know we're really not as crazy as people think we are about. The House and Kim says the kids ride their scooters in the hallway. They stand on the furniture and that's where they do their concerts and their shows and their performances and one of the other thing time you says is that when they came into the house she looked around and every single step that he could take away he took away so that the kids would be able to you know ride their scooters outside without having to get off them to walk down the stairs to be able to have the kids outside without few aren't fearing that one of them's GonNa fall down the stairs. Every single step that could be taken away was and he talks about how he believes that the future of design and the future of where they're all going will be. What is the best functionality for kids and also just things in general like how he thinks the clauses are going to mimic stores more which obviously requires them being bigger but so that you know things are more laid out? I also thought when they were talking about the pool and Kim Kim has never been in their fool which I no one could say like. That's ridiculous but I really understand. It's a fool's if you've ever been in you're like no. Pools are in theory a lot. More of an exciting thing for my dad says the biggest mistake they ever did was putting into my house. Because it's the biggest like money waster because go realistically you go in a lot less than you expect a two and it's just like well you know the store with my dad and the pool when we when we we always went to camp every single summer so there was never really a reason to have a pool but I we all really wanted one and there was one that I said to my dad when we were little. We had just kind of moved into the House I was like I really think that we need a pool. I was young. We Need A. We need a point. He was like instead of being like no. You won't use it. He just said to me was like yeah. We do. But we can't land isn't flat enough and they would never be able to put a one and we dropped it we drive. There was nothing we could do. The Land Wasn't flat years and years later. It's probably two years. That's my dad. It was so unfortunate like the land couldn't sustain a pool and he's like what are you talking about and I was like you said our backyard wasn't flat enough to pull. He was what I was like. Oh we just said that to you so you went in the pool and I was like well at fucking because for sixteen years as I never brought that up again. That's my favorite story. Ever I every time I hear it's so dad it's so classic Jewish Dad it's so classic and it's so fucking that award. What do I know about pulls I was like it makes perfect sense? I'll never bother you about it again. No it it's so funny when Kim was saying how they really wanted to Jacuzzi but the way that the the plans worked like they didn't want anything off to the side and kind of just from aesthetics perspective looked better to not have one. So she's like you know what we did was we kind of just made the entire Pool Jacuzzi we just keep it really warm and they were both nodding as if that was like a very practical solution. All I heard was my dad being like. Oh my God it's fucking fortune like literally truly like my dad will never for just heat the pool just to heat it just that. It's always special because you don't go in it. They have kids you in Kim's they don't trust me they don't go into as much as as one would to heat the blake for your average person. Listen Heating Your Pool Nonstop and my dad's not cheap by any means it's just like a waste of money for no reason. You know what I mean. And that's just. That was my first thought when I heard her being like yeah we just always keep it really warm like Jacuzzi temperature. I just saw my dad running down the stairs to the fans and you'd be like God debits on one hundred degrees. You know what I mean. You know what's really funny about that is that I hate hot pool like I think it is one of the most uncomfortable all things in the entire world and growing up we had a friend kept. There will like that where it was always hot and my dad refused to go to the house. 'cause he was like what I'm GonNa go insane fucking bath todd like it was so uncomfortable. Hated going there. Because they'll pool was so hot. I so agree with you. I love a cold pool. But she's right there something to be said about cousy. Yeah and I turned that hot up to one four. I'm chilling no I gotta say Okay Okay anything else. Any other notable quotes from the North's appearance was just how it was. It was show stop. The video was show stopping. She's such a kid. Sometimes I forget because she's north but she comes in and she's.
"mike rosenthal" Discussed on Retropod
"Hey history lovers. I'm Mike Rosen with retro pod. A show about the past rediscovered Albert Einstein is one of the most brilliant scientific minds ever to walk the earth. He came up with one of the world's most iconic mathematical equations E. Equals. MC squared which explains the relationship between energy and mass he discovered that time does not move at the same speed at every point in the universe incredibly despite all these mind-blowing accomplishments commits the german-born scientists didn't become instantly famous for his discoveries in fact he almost never became a scientist at all but one event change the course of his life in history a solar eclipse. Einstein studied math and physics at a polytechnic school in Zurich Switzerland but he had trouble landing academic position afterward so he took what he could get and became a patent examiner. Yes a patent examiner. According to the Swiss agency where he worked Einstein nine managed his days meticulously eight hours of work inspecting new inventions eight hours of sleep and eight hours of conducting his own own research while the patent work was wrote and unexciting just a way to pay the bills his side experiments yielded some ground breaking results like redefining the relationship between space and time Einstein got some fancy academic appointments for his efforts but fame no not even close and not even after publishing his theory of relativity in one thousand nine hundred fifteen arguing that what we understand as gravity is in fact from the curvature of space and time and then the eclipse. It was may twenty ninth nineteen nineteen. The eclipse was stunning stretching from South America to Africa large swaths of the world plunged into darkness for more than six minutes a group of British astronomers Novon Stein's work and use the opportunity to test his discoveries. They found that the light from MM stars was being deflected the Sun's gravitational field at exactly the degree on Stein's theory predicted in plain English. The astronomers confirmed that Einstein this patent examiner with a side Hobby and researching complicated physics had in fact discovered covered the source of gravity a pretty major accomplishment the world finally took notice Einstein Theory Triumphs The New York Times declared writing men of science more or less agog over results of eclipse observations. Some people rightfully so came to call it Einstein's eclipse in one thousand nine hundred eighty one. He was awarded the Nobel Prize afterward. He traveled the world rubbing elbows with royalty in Hollywood stars one time he attended a film premiere with Charlie. I chaplain with the scientists actor greeted with equal applause. Chaplain had a theory about why everybody understands me. He told Arnstein Stein but nobody understands you even with fame. Though life wasn't easy during the Nazi Regime Einstein fled Europe and wound up in New Jersey at Princeton's Institute for Advanced Study. He was an outspoken pacifist in champion of civil rights and his fame grew along with his role in public life time to conduct research slowly vanished still when he died in nineteen eighteen fifty five at the age of seventy six. Einstein's name was synonymous with genius. All it took was the moon briefly blocking the Sun a Mike Rosenthal thanks for listening special thanks to Katherine Awesome for reporting the story for the Washington Post and for more forgotten stories from history visit Washington Post Dot com slash Retro Pot.
"mike rosenthal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In Florida. How are you? Morning morgan. I'm doing real good. How 'bout you? All right hanging in there. But we talked a couple of times over the last few years. I'm gonna be coming up to Boston June second through the ninth. Where were you doing your trivia, I will be in Dedham, which is just outside of Boston and going back to them? I've been aimed at him. I've been there for four years. Midway ristorante. Six thirty in the evening to thirty nine Washington street, very easy to get to either by public transportation or have affirmed drive you well, my brother and sister in wire driving Minnesota and were flying into Boston. So we'll car, but you're seeing your number one. I love trivia. Yes. But meeting you too really appreciate it about a year ago. You let me do a show up to a couple of military friends. And I know you don't usually let last name, but I'll never forget let me do that. Okay. So the forth really want to meet you, and we're all of the same age or you come on by will be happy to shake your hand might even see if I can acquire a busy t shirt to oh, no need there. But I. What's really been flooding between listening to you? And Bradley during the week is is giving us so many options when we you know, we're only going to be there in ten days. But we tween what you talk about Bradley talks about it's giving us so many ideas in Bradley, and Monday, usually has this historical guy. Won't be here. Tomorrow being Monday. This is now you're you're going to be there, and I'll be less than I listen every time you you're on organi listen. So thank you. Okay. You got a great voice. And I love your subjects and. You know, what we'll talk about that. While we meet, I appreciate that problem. Looking forward to it. So am I have a good mother's day? And I my mom died ten years actually ten years ago. But you know, I guess that's part of growing old. It is it is. Thank you. You. Brother. Okay. So do I. But by thank you. Goes far hit comes Frank in Brighton. Hello, frank. Doing I'm fine. How are you doing? I'm alive. Oh, well, I guess there. You put up while you the way. Waymo dynamite. You make. Other. But no, okay. But but it was just locked. And I said well at the close. Jio guy Campbell call 'cause I don't talk to people to thank you for lifting the phone and giving me a phone call. Which is just kids my hat when you mentioned your grandmother. And you down so. Show. I used some celery and give me it's simple. You know, sitting Djabel the kitchen table, she's a couple of teams the listen to trucks. Oh, well, we have a lead drug saying, oh, well, you should've been what other baseball team is there when finished first last. You're always a Red Sox fan. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Use your sneaking family turnstiles when I was a little kid 'cause you joy. And beggars failed. Yes, you get into that. Kaos? Memories. Long old days long age, I'm sixty nine. So I'm sixty five. Well, a little younger than I am. Well, then I had to scream and they got a good thing 'cause gave my bubble June. It's gotta check Semper. Good name and garlic in your mother, Frank. Thank you very much of a kind words. Good night. Now, I have roughly six minutes of show to go. No one on the line right now, if you wanna call in real quick, we'll squeeze you in. But as I mentioned before. Tomorrow night. He has been broadcasting music. For fifty seven years Skippy. White will be on with me. We'll talk about his history in Boston. The shows his done. The music is played the stars. He has met. Fifty seven years is a long time. I'm trying to catch him. I've been doing this for forty years. But. I would love to have the same impact that Skippy. White his head on the listening audience in the greater Boston area next week. I don't know the day yet. But it will be either Friday what Saturday on the Morgan Joe. The Johnson will be here. We had a lot of fun. The last time I had him on and I'll make it a two hour satement. So. It won't be short sheeting him as it were are making to our segment. Speaking, jordan. I was earlier he'll be joining me. And I've got a lot of surprises for you. The busy listening audience. Mel Simon's will be back whatever the first Saturday in June happens to be. I don't know it. I think it's the first I could be wrong. What are the best beverage in the world? I'm now going to go to Sharon mass. And speak with Kevin. Old on Kevin. Kevin welcome aboard. Thank you more than good more than. I have a question for you. I hope to have the answer. Well, we'll see. Buffer that to Villarejo open my show. Yes. Quincy jones. Yes. Who is the author of that too? You know, I don't know. I really should know if I use it. I should get as much information on that song. I'll find out by tomorrow. I found out this week Otis who is it. Then he golsen he was sitting with the Steven Kobe's ban on the late night talkshow. Yes. Ninety one years old he played with art farmer in the jazz that and also played with boy in jazz is back in the nineteen fifties. Go ahead. No of children become jazz fantasy he wrote a tribute to the late great hope for Clifford Brown. I remember that is well known for that as well. What was killer Joe and a few few other to become jazz standards. This is name again. Both goals. Okay. Do you? Go SO GO L S O N. No prize. But you did stump me. And thank you. Good. Thank you for looking at that information. I appreciate that. I had to track down because I didn't even know he was still alive. And then they said it was ninety one. I said, wow. And you can hear him when they when they went to the commercial came back. You could just implicate employees who you have a very individual approach to as he plays tennis AXA phone. Okay. Tougher instrumental earn. I've never tried it. But I'm sure when I show full short. I did. Well. I took piano in the third grade. And I should've stuck with it. I really should have you know, when you're a kid and you have to practice. We do not have a piano in our house. I live again five oh five I have. No we lived on the third floor. And the woman lived on the second floor was Carolyn Tate. And she would allow me to come down and take my piano lessons there every Wednesday night. Seven o'clock for hour and periodically let me practice, but I didn't get enough practice in to be considered good and eventually enough of this. I don't want to anymore. But I should have stuck with Kevin. Anything else? It's never too late. Another to for that it is. But thank you, Kevin. And you enjoy of day goes, Kevin. All right. I want to thank Mike Rosenthal who lit up my show at midnight. I wanna thank Richard Finnegan. And he was there for an hour and a half. And we talk three stooges I will have him back. You know, me I'll have both of them back. And I wanna thank Andrew for his contribution to producing the Morgan show and chain to his contribution for being here at the end of the mortgage show, and whether you listened all night long. Or just a few minutes. I appreciate that. Thank you. Time for me to say these two words, you know, the coming by Boston CBS news update after negotiations with China produced, no deal. The Trump administration is taking its case to the public for why the short term pain of the trade war with China will lead to long-term gain. The president tweeted Saturday that the Chinese should make deal now because it will be worse for them during his second term secretary of state Mike Pompeo spoke Saturday nights at the Claremont institute in Beverly Hills. We strengthen the group the entity that screens Chinese and other foreign investments here in the United States where also fighting battle to make sure that the Chinese communist party cannot burrow into the.
"mike rosenthal" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Law banned bump stock extend a waiting period from three days to ten days. So we know where he's coming from. And this stuff is I am heads. The lot of the stuff is just going to be rubber-stamped by the Democrats, and one of the this was one Wild Thing that I saw that Senator Jim to go was he talked to channel ten after the address and he just threw this out. Here we need a constitutional amendment two separate upstate from downstate. We talked to there is a movement afoot to try to you know, that that's not gonna go anywhere. But to secede from downstate. I just can't believe just threw it out there. Yeah. By the way, we want to break away. Recreational marijuana killing regulated and the rest of the leaving. There wasn't a lot of stuff in this rump. State New York, they're really doesn't. There is some concern over school aid. And how it's allocated going to the district's would have to send it to their neediest buildings rather than distributing it among their district as they see fit. So that has yet to be discussed too. But that was that does obviously applied upstate. Let's go Harry. The limousine thing didn't come up. The is proposing a bunch of new rules for that. But it didn't put it in the state of the state. So an interesting comment from the owner of a local limousine company today's limousine and watervliet son the business review among the governor's proposals for making limo safer. He's talking about banning altogether. The stretch, limousines, remanufacturing, limousines and Mike Rosenthal about thirty vehicles including four stretch limos. And he says he thinks a like that is his words to the business review foolish. Idiotic the limousine market's been around for forty years. It's been part. People's weddings and special days. It's keeping drunk drivers off the street. It's been the model. Pre Uber forgetting everyone home safely his company's handled more than one hundred thousand ride over the past twenty-seven years within impeccable safety record. So he thinks that is maybe overkill Ben the stretch limos the, and I kind of earned that say aren't we put entire companies out of business that that have been doing that have been transporting people safely for decades and as long as they pass inspection. And they're they're routinely undergo whatever they need to do. I don't see the need to ban them. Eight ten on eight ten and one two three one WTY, traffic.
"mike rosenthal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"You're listening to weei can live on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty three eighteen in the morning shows almost done, but we still have a little wrapping up to do. I'm going to read all the names. I gave a little homework everybody. There are three men. I just arbitrarily picked three I could have picked edgy g Robertson Jimmy Stewart, and Gary Cooper, I did pick Clark Gable? Humphrey bogart. And Carey grant as my representation of Hollywood excellence among actors from the thirties to the fifties. And I wanted to know who now in the twenty first century could equal if not surpass those actors and over the past since two o'clock here the name of come in. Dan Lewis, Tom Hanks, Robin Williams, George Clooney, three votes for Denzel, Washington, Gene Hackman. Samuel jackson. Brad pitt. Clint Eastwood John Travolta term cruise the rock. Dwayne johnson. Matthew, mcconaughey? Hey. Can't really. Read that one. Morgan Freeman Gutu votes. Robert Redford, Dustin Hoffman, Paul Newman. Billy Bob Thornton. Martin sheen Robert deniro Harrison Ford, Jack Nicholson, Jack Lemmon and Jimmy Stewart the last two necessarily weren't for the twenty first century and Liam niece. And that's when I couldn't read. So let's see what Dave wants offer. Hello, dave. Warning morgan. Well, I'm gonna put a check Mark next to Jack Nicholson. Okay. I will do just that. He was mentioned while I was on hold. But yeah, that's who I called for. Okay. Yeah, he's very captivating. And what did he does like the shining? Get. Get one flew over the coke was. I mean, he's just great actor. Hoffa was magic. Yeah. Veto stole that movie. I know I know. Yup. I remember I remember, Jack. Wait nearly days on the Andy Griffith show. I don't know if you remember that episode. No. I don't recall that single episode that. Yeah. Girlfriend wife. I imagine what the baby at the courthouse. But yeah. Show turned out. A lotta great actors did. Yeah. And another one going back to your original picks. I know you only mentioned three but in that year, I really enjoy inch Cagney. I could have mentioned James Cagney Edward G Robinson. We're. Fiber, Charlie pick three names that would get my point across. Oh, you did. Okay. And. I've I've got. Did you you didn't say one? Did you? That's it. Yeah. All right. Thank you. And thank you for your show is a great show tonight. I appreciate that. Hierarchy into all the things that I do every hour here in BC it shows. Well, thank you. All right. You take care and have a good year YouTube by Steve and the lines wide open. I don't know if you want to try to get on now, and you have a point to make you can try and on that note. I want to thank all the people who participated with tonight show as I mentioned before we have Billy west from ten to eleven and he gave a great our as well. So did Joyce Kohei wick talking about Joyce's choices Mike Rosenthal from midnight to one big Elvis from one to two and for all of you who called in to participate in my movie stars both then and now, and I'm going to do the same thing. And we could to maybe the next time. I will be doing weekend live either the Friday Saturday outdo actresses the same way, we just did actors and. I don't have a confirmation for the Morgan show next week. But I'll say maybe maybe Dave McCallum because I spoke to him a couple of weeks ago. And he said, let's see if we can put something together for January, which I will. And if if it's not Dave McCallum, it could be any number of people Paul Peterson is on my radar. For glenn. I have another call into Robert young just to let you know Glen. I haven't dropped that ball for Tony from Ohio. We have not dropped the Mickey Dolan's ball. I'm smiling. Because. Dealing with his manager. David won't say the last name. It's been a year back and forth. I'm hoping because Mike and Mickey coming to Medford as it were to be performing in February. I'm hoping we can make that a reality. So all the different people who I am endeavouring together. I also promised somebody that I would get a Representative from from buzzer. Mark de gen- is one of the people I've had on before from buzzer. And I know a lot of you want to know, my uncle was on to tell the truth. And I wanna to know if I can get a copy of that episode and America's mentioned how that is indeed possible I'll have him cover those details again and trying to think of something else related to buzzer. And I can't recall what the other thing was. So it will come back to me. Anyway, I wanna thank all the people who participated with the show. So the five minutes, I'm not done yet. Also wanna thank Andrew who has an excellent job producing this program. And for those of you. Who have not figured out the magic rotation. Every other weekend until you hear differently. I do. Weekend live overnight Friday midnight to five AM and the Morgan show coupled with weakened live overnight midnight to three thirty. So I'm here. Tonight. Last night. Next weekend. Movie be dean dean Johnson will be here. So if. You keeping score. Now, you know who's here.
"mike rosenthal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Is that a sample of the real world going forward? I'm not sure I don't know. What it certainly makes you pause and think about it. You know, all right now, anyone I always tell people that have you on you cannot as a a listener or viewer communicate with meteorologist. But here's your chance. There you go. Here is your chance. Mike rosenthal. Is here he can talk back to you. So you can ask a question. How come why excetera and he can respond with an answer? So all the times that you wished you could start back to the NAS Decatur is your chance talk to Mark Rosenthal about the weather circumstances past or present that you have a question about why this Gretchen and say how come six one seven two five four ten thirty or long distance nine. Oh, Mark does weather here in the greater Boston area. But you can be calling from Wisconsin. You can be calling from Pennsylvania. A lot of the weather. Forecasting. Trust me he can pinpoint with some accuracy. What you're going through what you went through last week or last month. So if you calling long distance eight eight eight nine two nine ten thirty that'll get you through to and to take a minute away for a couple of commercials, the Mark, and I shall return time and temperature twelve fifteen thirty eight.
"mike rosenthal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Name is Morgan filling in for Bradley, Mark LeVine. In the. What do I call it? The producers room on the other side of the looking glass. It is messed control everything that you hear is at the judgment of his fingers. He can touch any one of twenty different parts and make something louder softer take the beginning of the outer limits. We controlling the horizontal we are controlling the vertical. Not we. But Mark I interviewed Sherwood swertz many many many years ago. And we were talking about. The uniqueness to his programs. It's about time Gilligan's island and the Brady bunch. And he said he always like putting people together who were not a family. And seeing them respond as a family to dilemmas or whatever have you and. That's what we're gonna do tonight. My buddy hall of fame broadcaster Ken Meyer. We're going to talk about the myriad of TV programs. Fifties sixties seventies eighties nineties twenty-first-century where the concept of the show. Had. Malcolm of people that weren't family by blood, but Wanda backeding as a family, and that's why can is here because this is one of those subjects I need a co host of his calibre. And I'm glad he is here. Good morning, Ken. Oh, boy, what a way to get ushered into a program. How do I give you a good build-up every time? I have you on. Yeah. I mean between would that and Alex Cora? I couldn't be in better company or how about that? How about that? How 'bout that? Mel allen. And of course, Mike Rosenthal. Thank you for listening to Mark Rosenthal. That's how you knew to call in. Yeah. Yes. Yes. Very nice gentleman. Pleasure of interviewing him and a real clash guy. And if there are many in the Boston area, and he is one is one. So help sell this concept that we're going to do for an hour or two, okay? We're going to talk about programs about people being together. But not in the prediction of a ward in June Wally and Bieber cleaver or Donna and Alex stone or or or Mark and Lucas McCain. There are many of those shows many many many there are many of them. But we're going to talk about people who were a little different like some of the people that you mentioned for example, Gilligan's island Brady bunch. It's funny. We were talking last night, and you mentioned a program that I hadn't thought of an also have not seen in Teri. My wife would say you're ten years, and that's bachelor father. Yes with John foresights and Maureen Corcoran, and I was gonna. I was thinking about that program tonight. The last time I saw an episode of that show. I was in New York City in the middle of the week in a hotel room and watched it in the daytime on New York television. I've seen it within the past ten years. I don't know if it was one of those specialty channels like me or cozy or this. But I have seen one within the past decade. I'll have to check and see if it's on YouTube because I haven't seen it in a lot longer than that. I used to that was there's something homey and something familiar, I'm very comforting about some of those programs, and that was one, and you you forgot to mention who played Peter Sammy Tong Sammy, Tom, you know. I was I was at our friend stews house one day, and he popped up in the sky king episode. I remember the episode I've seen that at stews as well. Yeah. It's amazing how and where some of these people will pop up in in different programs. Yeah. I mean, this is a little bit off the topic. But but one of them is a gentleman named John. Dana who was everywhere episode everywhere. He was on both radio and television. And I remember, and I was so surprised once I saw him as a judge on Perry. Mason. Yes, I've seen. Two I had not seen him there before. But I when I was watching obviously a rerun there. He was he was in my favorite maverick. Shady deal at sunny acres. That's everybody who loved the TV show maverick. Always speaks of that episode. And I'm not gonna describe it to give the plot. But all of the friends of maverick in that episode. Ephram Zimbalist junior. Richard long. Mr. They were like seven or eight of them that were involved in conning, the con artist of John Diener. I saw him in a row hide episode. As a matter of fact, yes. So some of these people pop up all over, and I think Dana was the exception. And he had two radio series, frontier gentleman. And as he put it when he played the Robin Hood of the old west, meaning Taliban in the radio version of have gun will travel. Yup. So he he was all over I had his phone number. And for whatever reason I never called him. And I'll always regret that to this day because man, what did any of your? He would've made you had shows on. Why didn't you call them and get them on your radio show a good question? I will I will wonder that. I will wonder about that as long as we have weather to talk about. I tell you what let me take our first break of the hour. I've got a private phone call to taken Mark. I guess I've got to come in there with you and take it. So I am going to take a break. And when we come back, Kenny we are going to get phone calls and more phone calls and more phone call. TV shows that describe non blood related characters that all banded together. And they made a family, and there were many many, many others. Besides the ones that we came up with. So if you wanna call six one seven two five four ten thirty or eight eight eight nine two nine ten thirty do that. And we're gonna have fun for the next hour to here on J targeting. I'm Morgan filling in for Bradley. Mark Levin is on the other side of the looking glass the time and the temperature here. W busy precisely one sixteen and fifty three degrees..
"mike rosenthal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Is June. First I. Okay, ralph. There's no thirty thirty. Calendar. Don't worry about that. I used to be a calendar girl. But no. So thank you. Mark. Thanks for the call. Extract. Patty. Welcome back. Hey, Morgan Mark much bay sound good. How you doing? Teddy daniels. I have missed singing with you. Okay. Okay. Yeah. Highway. It's a highway to speed now on the fatalities on ninety five. That come from. That's the reason. I don't come back down. Oh. That's okay. We've had too many. Yeah. Terrific. But here's my question. I live in Atlanta for a time and the tornadoes. Why are we seeing them here? Yeah. It's just a freak anomaly. I mean, it's just been that kind of a season. You know, first of all let me let me dissect this a little bit. The summer was extremely humid around here. And you know, it was it was a hot summer, but it wasn't like we had a million ninety degree day, but we had many, and it was constantly, humid. So when you have high humidity, you have a lot of water vapor in the air. So that's one ingredients the severe weather. The other is of course, you need a mechanism to come through. So we've had several Copeland's coming through over the summer and some of the other atmospheric conditions were ride with strong jet. Streams and we had severe weather. Sometimes you have none of that some summers. We I remember a lotta summers. It's just hot and moderately muggy. But it's it's the nineties at dominate not the mugginess every day. Every day this summer, and I even as a kid, I can't recall that. It makes sense to me. Now. I mean, I could get used to anything. I don't want any tornadoes. Okay. I'd say the biggest tornado course was the Worcester tornado. Nineteen fifty three. So that was the largest tornado. That was really if you go that you'll be amazed at what happened. Fascinating to me, Mark. Thank you Morgan. Thank you so much for having him on much. Every three months. Thank you. Thank you. Wow. Try it goes, Patty. Thank you. Now. There goes Mark. I'm going to take my break giving Myanmar a chance to reconnect with Mike Rosenthal. Don't leave. We've got a few commercials. I promise we will be back after the time and temperature check..
"mike rosenthal" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"She's next to her dad it's cute then her mom's in the foreground her mom was actually own mamas in this one yeah there are several different versions of this age the hairstylist of course she's not guns there yeah who else but so this this captains all caps brooklyn decker and andy roddick ladies and gentlemen proud to call these commercials are movies are they signed onto our where they live on how they address cetera so the story behind this is that they were tricked into having a quiet dinner and then ended up being a big baby shower and christie said it's because she hates parties and this is the only way they would have been able to plan it she was happy blah blah blah blah blah so it's it was at kim in conyers i sort of feel like kim and con you had to be involved because chrissy and john could have said no to brooklyn andy so you know that's so they would've been like oh let's let's pass actually but then they have to go we have to have it at kim and connie's otherwise she might not show up for love that so like usually when i see a photo like this i look and everybody's like who is there and i see if they posted it tune if they tagged more people because like rude but thank god for just ferguson's husband justin mikka who did tag he tagged corsica he ties everyone so we had some his pictures actually more better composed and better lick we'll also look for is reposed like chris mom got up front and konya is doesn't look like he's miserable i mean i guess what's new but then we got like some added people like mike rosenthal who i'm pretty sure is photography and dates genetic and he's like genetic i think so yeah because the other couple there's another couple luke and meghan mckinsey and meghan mackenzie they're like the most basic bore clearly the most unfair ones there where it's like oh they that guy looks like p could be my like my brother but it's like they dislike normal people she's she's christie's agent right and he's truly nobody he's just agents husband.
"mike rosenthal" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Catholic left tackle the greatest of all time what about the greatest atheist defensive end i don't know about that too tall jones who told jones well micro rosenthal this is this is interesting mike rosenthal is a jewish guy who's in the who's in the notre dame hall of fame a catholic school well that's like jim mcmahon played at byu wrecked he's catholic i didn't know that now that interesting i thought that i just think it's a really twisted thing well it's been a big for i applaud you for reading and i just think that that's really stretch it made headlines this week because on the big new york talk show the sport show they had a big discussion of gone what's that the big new york talk show they they had a big discussion about this too jeff jeff are you ready stirred by that last question yeah concerns about it agree with everything you said who was the last eight fifty the last demon est i mean i just knew your times no aaron rodgers religion follow him around the synagogue in green bay how do they know aaron rodgers is not jewish no i know say right i don't know if there's if the quarterback six four five baptist episcopalian what other field they say well here he is he's piscopo salia comes a great ray lewis methodists founded.
"mike rosenthal" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"All right and monday morning i know who wherever you are on the east coast and maybe looking out looking at some snowflakes a little more intimidating in new york with wanted to inches and our would you add up to about three and tape will get out this happens every year i can remember a back in i can't remember the year but it was quite a few years ago that are in the middle of may i was driving to my office and we gotta hit with a snowstorm eight to ten inches in the middle match in the middle of may the snow stopped and i think it was gone that evening almost all eight to ten inches but it was wow i mean i guess the biggest surprise this this happens every year you know he's still got a lot of cold era well i'm not going to do my buddy mike rosenthal's analysis but this is nothing by by this afternoon he won't even know it snowed so welcome i hope you had a nice week whatever your choice of pursued wise whether it was the red sox coming back with three straight one run victories are the upset notre dame over connecticut on a last second shot by in the girls girls final tournament and i i think that gives yukon or record in the last one hundred and twenty wins and two losses in the last one hundred twenty two games at both of them were heartbreaking i mean it's truly amazing but yukon is is our house and let me see what else this weekend hope you had a nice easter and what would back you monday morning so i welcome you in iraq and.
"mike rosenthal" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And on the other side of the looking looking glass and as i promised last week get ready for this week's guests he's guest singular he's here he's on the phone and he's ripped run and ready to go ladies and gentlemen please welcome mr john keller john thank you rip roaring resigned no i can tell from the look the glint in your i when i watch keller at large on channel four how you doing morgan pike's for having me on thank you for making yourself available and i'm gonna just dive right in two thousand pages to read through if you're in the congress or the senate for this one point whatever trillion dollar bill one point three trillion i don't i i couldn't count that high she gave me a calculator you know if i mean there are some pretty lax boards of directors of companies in this country but if you were on the board of directors of a company and the ceo came in and said well we're gonna spend one point three trillion but really can't tell you how here's a two thousand page document that spells it out and you've got you know less than twenty four hours to absorb it before you vote on it i think even that board of directors would would put their foot down so we'll see what boaters have to say about this in the fall so that's what happened the toys r us right leahy toys in the attic us when it comes to congress listening audience i love to have individuals from tv whoever fingerprint more on tv than anything else like when i had mike rosenthal last week talking about the weather you.
"mike rosenthal" Discussed on SXM5
"With the studio just in terms of selling it and also you know well particular when it comes to td shows the revenue on the back end with a back to the five co founder so for a second they all started out on it both putting can you describe held michael so that sort of member just as at the front of the pack with ron my are right behind him yeah that was fun to report on an tim great story because when they started which was the youngest and the least experience so sometimes it's just about like what we're all made up right because i mean see a was thirty one play person it was like different types of people mike rosenthal bonafide founders really wanted to be a small boutique agency you know bill aybar and me such a smart guy but didn't really wanna play and i would games rolling perkins you know i do buzzer particularly entrepreneurial and and so as a result you have over its it was like this force of nature and incredibly driven and unyielding and yes never takes one second to celebrate anything he signed the words so many wins and academy award and thank semin he doesn't he's on to the next thing he's he's absolutely he's insatiable and as or so that dynamic is something that they really can jumps to the forefront to see a story which is you know this unbelievable thirst for more and more and more so and it goes beyond movies in television music and he starting to two you know all a bare add with nice and vice and japanese companies to by studios and french banks the by studios and.