30 Burst results for "Mike Wallace"
"mike wallace" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Fired who is suddenly the greatest genius we must listen to everything we will never survive without this guy in the administration what happened the sixty minutes are just crazy well you know it's I have been featured on sixty minutes twice Mike Wallace in the first interview in our down to the second they treated me fairly I always you know I made it clear that I would cooperate with them but I didn't want to be had cheated in the editing room and when the old guard was there don you it was the E. P. N. Wallace and say for an old guy remembers I was eighty now it's kind of decentralized a little bit so let me give you example the other was a blow or works for the health and Human Services department nobody knows who this guy is nobody ever heard of them Dr bright is his name so he's in there and he makes two very legitimate points the federal government did not react with urgency in January and February against cold that's true but no bureaucracy on earth on earth outside it I want we acted with urgency nobody because everybody thought it was gonna be another a bola now we had a ball here and I am a nurse died in Dallas but it was contained and that's what everybody thought and trump didn't want to tank the economy in the stock market by running around being hysterical so yes he's right we the urgency was in there but then it kicked in fairly quickly the second twenty made is that we do out source medical supplies to places like China and Vietnam where they make them cheaper and that's not a good thing and he's right but then he goes off the rails when he says well this hydro proxy war in whatever he is he I that's not a good thing and then he signed a paper that says the government should allow it to be on the market place he's got his signature on the paper all right so what are you talking about you're blowing a whistle on yourself but I was an idiot is that what you're saying Dr and then Norah o'donnell did ask him that question he didn't have a satisfactory answers to all of our students on are we got fired up come on if you meant a principal you that you don't find stuff that's bogus but the second thing is he hires the most radical left law firm in the country Debra Katz you know DeBoer catches yes he was the tangled up in the cabin of anyway this is a lot of reports lawyer yeah so if you were a legitimate public service whistleblowers why would you go the most radical left attorney in the country of course is working free why would you go there why would you get a very very down the line prestigious law firm because you're in with the far left loons they directed you there that's where you went but of course more o'donnell didn't ask that question even though I had it three weeks ago and she had to know and that's the difference of the old sixty minutes Mike Wallace would absolutely laid him out on that and the new sixty minutes where they're kind of afraid to against go against the letter CBS liberal orthodoxy all right he used to work at CBS news that wasn't true in the old days they'd stick a little slant somewhere in the story and nowadays that the whole thing is just landed she married very big change in all the news agencies that the networks because the big corporations now control and back then the news divisions were kept separate they weren't expected to make a huge profit but I'm responsible for that Simone really bill o'reilly and responsible for this I made fox news so much money billions and billions of dollars by designing the o'reilly factor and putting opinion in prime time before me that never happened and once they saw they can't print money from the news divisions that I had a staff of twelve I would run around the world run in a big taps they were printing money and once Disney Comcast C. B. S. all of them so we'll look at this the news became a money making commodity and that's what it is now so money making commodity says who's your audience all were already has her left wing people so that will give him you were always you were very careful to have very articulate people from the other side with it was Barney Frank who have always but that's not being done now not because it takes a the reason isn't being done is because the corporations and and this is goes to conservatives as well they go why we want to do this all right when I started it twenty three years ago I wanted everybody to watch the o'reilly factor yeah I wanted liberals conservatives independents everybody okay I wanted Albanians Bulgarians body so I was reading in all different kinds of people now that's not the case they all program to a certain person and they give them what they want to hear so that's what you're seeing and it's so it's outrageously slanted but it's to me it's boring thanks I have several won't do only a few seconds left but what we got tonight you watch the show tonight trump take in the deadly drugs what is what if these people want trump dead heat a whole I'm David species now you media people yeah you need a prescription to get it days later the doctor uses scrypt is better than smoking pot well everybody okay and what he was saying okay fine if you decide go thing what's what's your beef that's what we're leading with great so you can see it tonight on bill o'reilly dot com you can watch the TV show you get the call sign up become a member you get anything anytime bill o'reilly dot com to get the.
Her Dark Plans: Stacey Castor
"Talk about Stacey Castor. Who was born? Stacey Daniels and she was born in we'd sport which is a little town just twenty miles from Syracuse. Her Dad was a car salesman. Stacy had assistant brother named Darcy and Jamie off. Three of these kids went to school in the weeds. Port Public School System. His sister became a nurse. Her and her brother worked for large toy company. Now Stacy had plans to become a lawyer or maybe a paralegal but in his senior year in high school. She met and fell in love with twenty four year old guy and that kind of derailed all of her plans. It did so this guy. Is Mike Wallace? This was a good looking guy. Here's the life of every party. And he was the first guy who wasn't turned off by Stacy's height of six feet. Well in her mind yeah in her own. Mind our own mind. She felt like that was really not liked by the guys that she was that tall in. Uh this was a little bit of a strange situation anyway and not just because of the six seven eight year age difference. Mike had been married before he'd been married to Stacy's third cousin. Nancy I had to look up. What a third cousin meant and that is people who are related at the level of their great great grandparents. That's barely related. But anyway that's distant but she did know her. Yeah well I mean if you live in. The same area sure should be acquainted with absolutely now. That can time a little bit Nancy. Who was mixed first wife? She become pregnant with another guy's child in nineteen. Seventy nine is back when she and microbes seventeen so make an answer got married and they raised two children together. When was his stepdaughter renee? And they had a biological son James that Nancy and Mike's Marriage was just disaster. You know you could have kind of predicted that the coach you while they fought a lot and Mike was in and out of jail for his partying ways he had. Dui is and even had domestic violence charges so even though Mike had been abusive to her. Nancy always defended him and she would claim that he had a big heart but he was just raised in a family with some generational domestic violence so basically saying he was a product of his environment. well a lot of times. That's the case not always right right. Hopefully people can break away from that but I think it usually does take some self awareness and some therapy and it seems to me to be kind of an easy way out of things. Yeah you can say well. I'll blame it on my parents or my upbringing. Well it can be a cop out. Yeah for sure so after six years together. Nancy and Mike did get divorced. No big surprise there but it was just in time for Mike to fall in love with another high school senior and that was stacey he barks. O School. Seniors doesn't he. Yeah and it didn't matter if he was a high school senior anymore. He still liked them. Route so stacey and Mike Got Together he was working as a setup operator at mcquaid international. Pretty good job. This company manufactured Heating Cooling and building management equipment right in nearby Auburn so within minutes of meeting Mike. Stacey was already planning a life with him she wanted a wedding honeymoon and then a family with him and she thought they would spend the rest of their lives together but then stacy found out that she was pregnant just months after first. Having sex with Mike and Mike decided he wasn't interested in having another child so he broke up with stacy now of course that didn't stop her from having his child but she lived at home with their parents and she gave birth to her daughter. Ashley. According to friends and family stacy was a good mom in the beginning at least. She was madly in love with her baby. She was inseparable with Ashley and gave her all of her attention. And his Ashley grows up. We're going to see that Ashley. Her mother were really best friends to me. That's not the way to raise a child. Yeah but anyway well. Is there a way to be friends and still be the the parent line through definitely is yeah but if you stop being the parent and your only friend that's bad? I agree or if you're the best friend true true it's really not healthy for the Child. The child needs to go out and make their own friends with their pierce right. Got It but anyway. Stacy found out as many women do that. The bad boy party personality that had attracted her to her baby's father was really a negative when it came to settling down and raising a family together because Mike like to drink and go out with his friends but she was really into him and she didn't give up. She kept seeing Mike showering him with love and attention. And Eventually Mike Did Propose and gave Stacey and engagement ring and she was so happy here. If you look at the photos from Stacey Mike's Wedding Mike Looks Pretty happy pretty carefree. He had that thick dirty blond hair. Kinda longish big huge substantial mullet. Yeah that was one of those straight hair. Mullets that hangs down to like the shoulder. Blades serious mullet. Those were good And Stacey was thrilled about how the wedding when how everyone looked then. The wedding took place in her family home and there are lots of friends there to see her in her. A beautiful wedding dress. Yes so looks like everything's happily ever after to stacy at this point at this point and even with his ex wife. Nancy they gotta lock. Yeah they did. They even invited Nancy and her two kids over for Christmas. One year and Nancy was welcomed to drop off her kids with stacy and Mike for visits in their home. Mike had been in charge and quite abusive in his relationship with the Ansi but she noticed that he was very different with stacy. Stacy was the one in charge in her house. You know wearing the pants as they say and Mike really toed the line. Stacey was sharp young woman really pretty smart and she knew what she wanted to get done and she did it. Still Mike like to go out drinking and he even did some drugs but it seemed like he was really good to stacey when he was home. Andy worked so he provided okay. I don't know yeah. I think there's still some difficulties if he really likes to go out and drink do drugs matter how he is does wife. When he's home right. Sure Yeah but there's no doubt anyone's mind back. Then that stacy was really in love with Mike. Oh absolutely mean to her. He was like a teen idol and she had a crush on him even after they'd been married for years also. Everyone agreed that Mike adored stacey so even though things weren't perfect it seemed to be working for a while but then now three years after Ashley was born. They had a second daughter named her. Bree now Mike Call Bree his little princess and it was obvious that he preferred gre- over Ashley now. This is kind of strange because he fathered apparently fathered both children right betsy. Some people started to question. If you know maybe might doesn't think he's Ashley's father because we know that one of the two children that he had with Nancy when it had been conceived with another man so maybe he remembered that and showed some coldness towards Ashley. Yeah maybe it was even not even a conscious thing right but later on. Stacey would say that Mike's Preference for bree was very hurtful to Ashley that there was an obvious lack of emotion between Mike and his oldest daughter so obvious that she even pointed it out and family photos. Stacey said that she tried to compensate for the lack of fatherly. Love by spending as much time with Ashley as possible so their relationship really went beyond that of a mother and a daughter and they were more like best friends. But you know Ashley didn't remember it that way. She didn't remember feeling rejected by her. Dad are seeing him prefer her sister. She had happy memories of her dad from when she embry were little girls. So when we think about this when we go into talking about her crimes we might realize that. Stacy was kind of playing this up for her own reasons. If share so when stacy and my gut married she worked as an ambulance. Dispatcher and Mike was a mechanic they managed but they didn't have an excessive amount of money didn't do vacation sir other big indulgences. They lived in a two story house near the junior high and high schools in a nice working class neighborhood Mike Stepdaughter. Renee moved in with them now. Rene was pretty rebellious at this point. She was getting into trouble. Nancy Thought Mike might be able to straighten her out. But that didn't happen. Rene continue to have problems and it became apparent that this living situation wasn't gonNA work out. Stacey insisted that rene go back to her mother's house in her mind she was a bed influence on the other kids Ashley and Bree. Yes as she was definitely giving preference to her own biological daughters. Yeah definitely but rene really remembered her time with the Wallace family quite fondly. She had been growing up in trailers with her mom and the Wallace House. Even though wasn't great was okay. After Stacy sent her away she felt hurt and rejected and there was no further contact in fact she never saw Mike again. And she didn't see Stacy Ashley. And Bree until Mike's funeral by the time Ashley a preteen. The marriage is on the rocks. Both Mike and Stacey had been unfaithful to each other. They fought
"mike wallace" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Morgan Freeman was interviewed by Mike Wallace in two thousand eight they discuss black history month history month you find ridiculous they're going to relegate by his will to a month okay what would you do with yours what would my wife is from welcome to the I'm Jewish okay with you if it's from bad there isn't one home all right yeah we want one no no no I I I I don't even I don't want to black if the month this is American history how we gonna get rid of racism on stop talking about it I'm one stop calling you white male yeah I'm going to ask you to stop calling me a black man I know you is Mike Wallace you told me a small frame one seven this white guy Mike Wallace unum saying on six years later Morgan Freeman gave similar advice to don Lamont of CNN student twenty fourteen can I go back to the I thought would you so it's best if you call the bold when you said people can you know pull themselves up do you think that race plays a part in wealth this distribution or either a mindset that you can't today yeah now you don't know I don't know what what what what what what what's the you think racism plays a major role to today no can I go back to the I thought would you say was best if you call the bold when you said people can't you know pull themselves up do you think that race plays a part in wealth this distribution or either a mindset that you can't today yeah no you don't no I don't and you and I will prove my would race seven thing to deal with it stick you put your mind to what you want to do and call for back it's kind of like religion it's a good excuse for not getting there yeah yeah I said the S. S. probably get me in trouble but I said to some of my colleagues recently said so I know that it's an issue did you hear that it's a good excuse for not getting their blaming racism said Morgan Freeman none dare call him an uncle Tom put your mind to what you want to do and call for back it's kind of like religion to me it's a good excuse for not getting there yeah you know I said that it is probably get me in trouble but I said to some of my colleagues recently said so I know that it's an issue but I've been it seems like every single day on television I'm talking about race in this because of the new cycle it's in the news perhaps sometimes I get so tired of talking about I wanna I wanna just go this is over can we move on and if you talk about it because it's right it's not like in the system we have with you to talk about it making it a bigger issue than it needs to be course don Lamont has not taken the advice as a Bernie Sanders supporter name Nina Turner a former state Rep in Ohio has referred to Michael Bloomberg with the worst worst you could possibly call a Democrat I would ask about this money thing because under Buckley no later than constitutional ruling a guy or woman who has all the money in the world I can spend all my money and I bet they might lower makes enough on a daily basis the finance this can't be while he's doing that Chris already and we should not we should be ashamed of that as Americans people who believe in democracy all the guards if you have more money oligarchs by the way what's your point he.
Astros fire GM and manager over cheating scandal
"The owner of the Houston Astros fired their manager and general manager today just hours after Major League Baseball suspended him for a year for the team's twenty seventeen sign skill instilling scandal and the Astros also lost their first and second round draft picks this year and next and I'll be fine five million Bucks well Daily News baseball columnist bill Madden talked about this with anchors Mike Wallace and see Scott on this afternoon's round up to build to the severe punishments fit the crime I would say so I would say that the commissioner was entirely appropriate in these very stiff penalties and he came down with a I guess he the only thing stiffer would have been to ban them from from from life like commissioner Landis did back in nineteen twenty one the white Sox tried to fix the World Series this is equally as well as significant as that as in nineteen nineteen scandal only because it goes right to the integrity of the game I mean we had teams cheating and not only that where they cheating but what makes this also different is the fact that they have one question when interviewed by members people they all admitted it so this isn't something that they're like a steroid scandal where there was this really nothing they could do because there was no proof or there was no emissions in this case there was mold proof and admissions new Mets manager Carlos Beltran was an Astros player at the time and a key figure in the sign stealing scheme is Beltran off the hook well I guess he's off the hook as far as being suspended by the commissioner because he was very care but mantle was very careful to point out that he didn't want to get involved in suspending the players for when he didn't bring up the reason one of the big reasons was they would be immediately grieved by the Players Association and knows grievances could go on forever if it would be a total mess plus the fact you don't know how many players were involved and to what degree or all these players work off we know that a lot of the more so in that respect because Belgium was a player with the Astros in two thousand seventeen even though he was a big part of this he escapes suspension a lot of time Michael's from this still to come thanks for joining us bill that is bill Madden from
Company accused of selling Chinese-made security products to US military
"Now to the owner of Cormac Long Island based adventure a technologies now facing federal charges including fraud and money laundering which EE CBS reporter Peter Haskell heard all about yesterday from the Brooklyn US attorney and talked about it all yesterday with anchors Mike Wallace and Steve Scott on the afternoon roundup so what was Evan sure doing Peter adventure claimed it was making these products in America there actually placing thousands of mourners to companies in China for what really are high tech systems network systems surveillance systems security systems and the like and they were sending these products to the government department of energy to the military and a private company so there's the front angle but maybe more significantly there is a national security component here what makes this case so delicate well very very much so you've got these high tech systems that can be linked from other places and that people can get into the network there it military installations there on aircraft carriers there are all kinds of different things and the potential is there for the Chinese government to infiltrate the systems and possibly spot no there was no claim today that this happened but the US attorney decided what he called a grave vulnerability Peter you mentioned it was handling thousands of orders how profitable operation was this so according to the US attorney the company brought in eighty eight million dollars over the past nine years much of it from the government some of it from private sources today there were twelve accounts that were frozen were three million dollars and maybe the crowning item today was according to the U. S. attorney could not so I had a seventy foot yacht that is now in possession of the US government wow interesting story Peter thank you that's W. CBS reporter Peter
"mike wallace" Discussed on The Big Picture
"One dimensional channel there was a bully the law enforcement get rid of him so the town did what had to do and like so many times in the american history they got rid of the problem them and you know duke law into their own hands but they're never say anything about the victim this the side of the person who was murdered so i started digging digging into this story into his background story also to to the question that they have kids and he has between third into nineteen kids while yeah and five over five or six wives so you understand immediately. There's a lot of people who consider themselves victims on the other side as well those were children and their father was murdered and that it again like we got few kids to appear in the series for the first diamond the other side and that will spiral <unk> spiraled down into violence you know of their own on stories so those are kind of the first linear paths that you can take when you start telling that story and it's for me it's always about you know there's more than on one side to a stories are always looking to get you know the multi side of it and then when we started doing that i was doing while at the same time and i discovered it was a story down by sixty minutes about it. So obviously you know being a inside sixty minutes <unk> works though was very good for me so i got actual dental actual footage of that story which was beyond the treasure trove. It was just unbelievable. So in this series there's free characters that are dead now and one one is the wife. The wife was sitting next to him in the car when they shot him who witnessed in told the names to the f._b._i. Agents in the courts and instill nobody was ever prosecuted so that wife which is unavailable is was it alive and well in those archives sixty millimeter beautifully shot footage for over a forty five minute interview in eighty one right after the killing so that was obviously her character came to life giving that to other big characters was the sheriff who is considered to be part of the conspiracy naturally of course. There's always end end the lawyer so we had this lawyer was zaka. Johnny cochrane of the midwest was called nickel slick and is an amazing character richard mcfadden so those characters are actually only life with archive materials that sixty minutes gave us and just ed an amazing the mentioned story which was more fun to make of these two projects. Mike mike wallace yeah yeah because some nature of living yeah fun. It's you relish this so that's why i asked. I think they were passionate about what we do. You will see you. You know the eyes twinkle so we're talking everything like whatever i see you passionate about what you we do which is great and so i love what i do but doing a film is a very very much acoustic situation. It's very tough <hes> <hes> so. I enjoyed my house more for two reasons one. The archives of mike wallace because it's kind of hitting where i am is an interviewer and and i also <hes> journalists in jail documentaries are it was just core subject of my life and i think mike was at the top of the game so for let me to school. I was just watching this fascinated with the canadian just learning all the time so that was that one and the second one is there. There's something about not dealing with people living people interviews recreation. All that stuff is is is tough. I mean it goes into more scripted cannot situation chen and again enjoyable it in its own right but very tomorrow demanding that would say you mentioned that august is at our doorstep and that's when you down there archives yeah so you know you're going to do next. You do what you can't say. No i actually have like a lot of ideas right now and i need to start deciding which ones are the better ones out of those and start developing them into stuff. I have a few that i really. I'd like to start getting on top of it. Yeah i'll be and every episode of the show by asking filmmakers. What is the last great thing that they have seen. Have you been seeing many movies lately. What have you liked. I haven't watched documentaries in the last two years almost like crazy. When i work in documentary i can watch any other. Documentaries is just just distract and quickly. Who are your documentary. Who are the people that you admire that you emulate am. I like a lot bit ratio guzman. The chilean director is amazing. Arrogant dini is a favorite errol morris maurice. Obviously i think anybody documentaries is a little bit influenced by him and those will be my first. I'd like a little bit that groggy healthy. You know name my love him. I came from the i would say in films. I was a much more scripted kind of guys saw you know fan of kubrick who is and so all the stuff gonna accommodate berliners director that i love documentaries so this is gonna mashed up into my early viewings but again that recent years i gotta saying dan i'm honestly saying that i have not watched a lot of films and what was the lesson that i watched it. I like i thought that i i know it's a joke to say but i thought that that infinity wars was maybe the best superhero movie i've ever seen. This is an amazing answer not the one i expected you to say. Please tell me why you. I thought that i was amazing. Film i just and second of all i find that the more hard i work there were the more i want to escape in the things i watch yes yes. I think you're like a lot of people. I think that's why a lot of those movies are succeeding is a that's an unspoken tension in society as people work harder than ever and there escapist fantasy has to be even more scared than ever our job is to say to speak that unspoken tension into existence and i agree with you. I think a lot of people are watching that marvel films as an winding situation and i felt that infinity ward specifically was just done marvelously was just beautiful film but again. There's a lot of good stuff being done all over especially television right now. There's a beautiful stuff. I really enjoyed the first season of the way <hes> uh-huh for very good. That's a daring show yeah for. The first season was very good. The second season i felt was good but a little different and yeah well you know the classics. I watched game franz yeah. Where are you by the way on the lesson of game from my favorite thing. I felt like it was a twelve episode season that was crushed into the seven episodes but we take what we can get in life. I mean i it's it's strange to say but i actually had a similar relationship to mike wallace's here as you might have to infinity anywhere which is the this is just the kind of movie that i love to get swallowed up by one. Say thank you for doing this inclusion. Thanks for making it <music>..
"mike wallace" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"A live contact I want you all to the ship if you want to go to the World Cup you just lay low people TMZ that they broke up that puts you in breach of contract you understand you and yours you have no idea what I'm to feel the same confinement we are meant to be new right so this is a Russian American romance film and it it actually is getting some decent reviews one hour forty seven minutes I would wait till it comes out frankly streaming but it's rated R. and it is exactly what you heard there in that clip Harvey Keitel's in it poppy Drayton Senate Liam McIntyre Joe Thomas Oleg Tartikoff you may now or may not know but it is probably better dreams is what I'm gonna say this can have serious competition with the first movie that you heard the Tarantino flick and then finally this documentary Mike Wallace it's all about him check it out you're about.
"mike wallace" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"And in a very, very meta narrative, his complaint was he didn't like that. The movie made it look like he took too long to take the right side. But that's what happened, I think. Right. But the way that Christopher Plummer, in what should be his Oscar scene explains that at the end of a life, what matters to you. Most is the last thing that people remember Mike Wallace was so terrified of this narrative within the movie superseding, the narrative of when he did finally set up to the plates. Then he like, I think he's connected man, you know, and he was mad about the line that Christopher Plummer says in the movie about not wanting to spend the rest of his days in the wasteland of NPR. Yeah. Remember Mike Walsh ING, never say anything like that. To pointed line great line. We'll soundly Mehta. I was Oscar voter and the real Mike Wallace yelled at me. I probably would do whatever says to fuck this movie is about how if Mike Wallace's yelling at you. It's Gary, you don't want him to do that. Absolute movie opens with Mike Wallace yelling at Ashiq. You know, who is disputing where he's gonna sit right man? You know. No good. I got the heart running. Well, that's okay. I wanna talk about that chain to me. So we're, we're at the beginning, the beginning of the movie. And, and Alpa Chino's. Character Lober Lowell Bergman Bergman. Yes has has arranged this interview with shake who's in Hezbollah. Yes. And Lebanon's shake. So Christopher Plummer, as Mike Wallace flies. They're whatever. And these guys classic kind of like Mike Wallis cargo vassal, right? Yeah. And he's sitting there and the sheiks people. The shake people want him sitting further away further pissing contest. Right. And Mike Wallace gives this long impassioned speech about when I sit down for interviews. Nobody tells me where I'm going to say and you go, yeah. Journalism. Yeah, journalism. Yeah. And then it finally come to an agreement and low Bergman Pacino pools. Yeah. And he pulled him aside and says, you want to, you know. You want to warm up some more you get to go. And he goes, now I got the heart rate, and the whole thing is basically an that. Yeah. It's like it's like him working the speed. That, that, that tells you more about TV journalism than all of broadcast news did just in that one scene. Right. I love broadcast. No. No, I'm I'm not. not. All right. Have you I guess it hasn't been it was at Sunday? But there's a documentary like Mike Wallis this year. I forget what it's called. But it's like Mike Wallis something that is so good about what you're talking about. The he wasn't like a hard journalist like he'd been a pitch man. He hosted game shows like he was one of those early TV guys..
New York sues Exxon for misleading investors on climate change risk
"New York's attorney general Barbara Underwood suing Exxon Mobil now claiming the oil giant lied to investors about climate change. Now, Bloomberg news legal reporter, Eric Larsen. Joined anchor Steve Scott Mike Wallace yesterday to explain Joseph Exxon actually, accused of playing a role in climate change. No, that's not really part of the lawsuit. Although that seems to be sort of acknowledged by all parties involved that companies like Exxon, of course, contributed to climate change. But this is really about investors, and whether or
"mike wallace" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Five hundred and thirty catches seven, eight thousand yards, three thousand yard seasons. And do you know who the players are? Dez? Bryant is one of the players. He's one of the players. The other player is Mike Wallace. Did you even know he was on the eagles? It's his fifth team. He's hurt again on the eagles. He's had three targets and officially no catches. If you look at Dez Bryant, Mike Wallace, Mike Wallace's had the better career. I don't remember ever talking about Mike Wallace on radio or TV show Mike Wallace. I think sixty minutes. I don't even think football player. I think the guy on the old guy on sixty minutes who passed away several years ago Dez Bryant should count as lucky stars. He is the most over disgust over hyped over tweeted. Self deluded player in the NFL over the last decade. For three years. He was pretty good. Mike Wallace was better. Mike Evans is better. We never bring them up. I don't know if you've gotta shoot Neil. I don't know if he got endorsements. I don't know that much about this Bryant, but he should think Jerry Jones in the Dallas Cowboys every day that he's on shows like this. He's discussed on shows like this. I turn on the radio all the time and listen to sports radio guys, Dez Bryant, a topic. Mike Evans is never a topic. I mean, even among Bryant's, there's Kobe Bryant, the cubs, Kris Bryant, the former football coach bear Bryant and Bryant Gumbel. They're more interesting and for productive than Dez Bryant. So officially on this show, this is the last time I'm ever talking about Dez Bryant die. Think unless he becomes a patriot. It's incredible. Does this guy understand lucky was he got Tony Romo we got Jerry Jones. He got the star, got Dallas. He got the brand. He gave you Mike Wallis. It's incredible. Let me shift gears to this. From somebody who is overrated to somebody. I think historically the to actually kind of underrated LeBron James. I have never talked about the NBA in early October in my life. Not one time. The NBA season usually open second third week of October. I don't talk about it until like the Christmas games. Defenses are changing..
Eagles' Carson Wentz setting bar high for debut versus Colts
"Eagles are bringing back a familiar face for Carson Wentz in his first game back since his knee injury. Last season. Eagles announced they signed Jordan Mathews like mice placed. Mike Wallace on injured. Reserve Matthews was with the eagles for Wednesday's rookie season. Eight hundred four yards receiving and three touchdowns. One. And one eagles host the one and one cold Sunday one pm at the link.
Fire forces evacuation of Statue of Liberty island in NY
"Evacuate liberty island after. Three construction propane tanks caught fire a private funeral for, Senator John McCain is set for. Sunday at the naval academy chapel police searched for a, motive yesterday's deadly shooting at a Madden video game tournament Jacksonville sports upset already at the US open Simona Halep becomes the first top seated woman to. Ever lose in the first round Cloudy skies hazy here in lower Manhattan as we head, for a high in the ninety degree range today eighty seven now good afternoon I'm Mike Wallace one thirty one at WCBS A propane tank fire forced the evacuation of liberty island WCBS Kevin. Re cone is joining us live with the latest and Michael I'm at. Liberty state park right along, the
Philadelphia Eagles, Vikings and Kirk Cousins discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Kirk cousins made his Vikings debut on Saturday and Denver, and look, radio only played one series, but when a perfect four, four, including touchdown, pass to step on days. Last week we should report put the Vikings number one in their preseason power rankings, and we are now joined by vox NFL analyst and former Viking, Greg, jenning. Thank you for joining us on this Monday. This is an easy question for me, but I like your opinion, is Minnesota the best team in the NFL? No, they are not. No, they're not. Philadelphia Eagles are the best team in National Football League. There are most recent Super Bowl champion. They have not done anything that leads me to believe they did not get better. They did not improve going back to the Vikings. However, if if I were to rank them, I would rank them one to somewhere around there. The NFC is so cluttered at the top right now. There's there's so many great teams that have great potential vite the Vikings being one of them. Obviously, we saw where they ended up last year. But here's why I say that they're not when you take a quarterback in case keenum who let's say he was a b to a b, plus quarterbacks his with his performance with this performance. Then you, you take him, you remove him and you insert Kirk cousins. You don't gain that much. You get better in my opinion, but you don't gain enough to where I can just automatically say you're the best team. Now, when I look at the way they lost to the Philadelphia Eagles in that NFC championship game, if they have Kirk cousins, do they win? I don't think so. So I don't give them the throne just yet. They have to prove it in their schedule will let us know real soon whether or not they can handle being one of the bullies in the NFL right now they have a, they have great depth. I love their coach. Probably one of my favorite coaches in the NFL right now and Mike Zimmer. I think his mentality, his approach his his way that he has shifted the kosher there. It's permeated through every single player. Only the players, but the people within the organization, just his approach to the game in his approach to winning. And I don't think that you can just dethrone the Philadelphia Eagles with the moves that they made in acquiring Mike Wallace lowly, NADA, Michael Bennett. All these other guys, acquisitions, let alone they get Carson wins back at some point this season. And that last point. This is why say yes, gift, because I don't know the health status of Carson Wentz currently, and you look at what Minnesota's done with this. You look at their delight limb Bill Joe's Everson Griffen Harrison Smith Kendrick bar. They're loaded defensively offensively. Now they had they were, I think, pro football focus. Bleacher reports. They had the number one receiving core with the day. Rudolph bring down and cook back down and cope with having an unbelievable year before he went down. Now the the thing that separates them that a no break. Owner, if Phillies line is good, as we got next Dallas, they might have the second best offense of land. I believe Kirk cousins is substantial upgrade over case keenum substantial.
Expectation to check work email after hours is hurting our health and relationships
"On NewsRadio nine fifty Good morning. Thank you for joining us I'm Roberta. CENA and I'm Tom Jordan these are. The top stories on WW they are calling. This an active shooter situation we are watching, breaking news in eastern Canada police, in the city of Fredericton say at least four people have been killed in a shooting incident that is still unfolding police are telling people to, stay inside lock their doors circumstances surrounding the. Shooting are, not yet known but again at least. Four people have been
Twitter loses one-fifth of its market value on weak user numbers
"You're, never more than fifteen, minutes from the big stories on WCBS good afternoon I'm Joe Avalon And, here's three, things to know at four fifteen number one Manhattan judge has given former. Assembly speaker, Sheldon silver a seven year prison, sentence. Silver was convicted in may on. Corruption charges number two New. York will revoke spectrum cables right to provide service in New York state regulators are accusing spectrums. Parent charter of not living up to terms established in the Time Warner. Merger and number three a second firefighters died battling the wildfire in. California's swept through. Several towns they're. Destroying dozens of home a day after Facebook stock got pummeled, it's, Twitter turns it's Twitter's turn, I should, say as I'm, turning to the monitor to see okay Twitter closed down, twenty point five percent c net reporter Ian. Share spoke with Mike Wallace? This afternoon about it and Twitter's quarterly earnings are, better than expected so what's the problem today the problem is. The same problem that's facing Facebook which is that user growth has stalled. Or stopped. Or gone even Backward in some cases and it's. Really concerning for Wall Street investors have been used to now for the. Last couple of years despite this just unending list of scandals whether. It's Russian meddling. Or Trump's tweeting. In general or even stuff like the concerns about data privacy, with, Cambridge Analytica every one of, these things, seems to have, not held back the financial performance of both Facebook and, Twitter Twitter actually was able to get profitable. In the last couple of? Years and Facebook was growing quite crazy until this, week and so now we're seeing this kind of sudden yeah, yeah Stop of everything that was looking good financially and investors are, panicked and we're seeing stock went down for Facebook it had the, largest market share market value loss in the history of, the United States yesterday and then Twitter is, down some twenty percent last time I checked and, this thing just continues to. Be very bad news now recently Twitter has been purging fake accounts to. The tune of about a, million a day is is that a big factor in this in. This lack of user growth believe it or not know that data was actually. From a locked account so there's a distinction that may not seem. Like it matters but when Twitter's going, through in identifying accounts that do bad stuff whether, they are so they're spammy or whatever or harassing they will do. What's calling lock the account which means that it's still exists on their service but you can't access it. So those accounts were automatically not included in the counts that they use. So removing all those accounts which is what they've. Been doing in the last couple of weeks and, we, saw President Trump's never Twitter followers jaw dropping some six hundred thousand, we saw Justin Bieber lose over a million. All of that was actually stuff that's not part of the normal count so that's what makes. This even more worrisome that is on top. Of them actually policing. Their platform appropriately or at least more than they were. These, numbers, are still not growing and that's a problem interesting stuff CNN reporter insure always great to, talk to you have a good weekend my pleasure take care w CBS, news time four eighteen time for traffic and weather together where we go. Every ten minutes on the eighth here's MAC McClure Joe were, watching a lot of problems out there right now this update sponsored, by indeed there's a crash now on the New Jersey, turnpike a western spur southbound approaching fifteen w, blocks the left hand lane there also in New, Jersey southbound on route seventeen. Just past the Garden State Parkway and parameter disabled vehicle blocks the right. Hand lane and then on, northbound route twenty three approaching Paterson Hamburg turnpike emergency construction that blocks. The left hand That is going to, be wrapping up here pretty soon within the next ten twelve minutes or so elsewhere we have the northbound sprain brook Parkway with. Still this crashed at blocks left hand lane. It's just past took a whole road southbound on the Bronx river Parkway. Near main street of White Plains there's still a down tree they're working on getting out of the way I blocked at least one lane there. In the Connecticut turnpike on the, northbound side but you. Really heavy. Pockets of, delays, as you go on through Greenwich. And really all the. Way up. To Norwalk are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions then zero in on qualified. Candidates in, an, online dashboard get started at indeed dot com slash higher next. Traffic update less than ten, minutes away and meteorologist Craig Allen I'm watching the, weather radar it's really interesting what's happening right now it is lighting up in areas and you could see how it's. Splits and then the showers and thunderstorms develop and this is what was happening with. Just one lone cell last night but you're actually getting to, see various thunderstorms going through their lifestyle Michael they grow they last about thirty forty five minutes they move along they weaken new one pops up. Just a little bit down the road and right. Now we have one of those lines. That runs from Fairfield county right on up to Hartford a brand new, one look how fast this one. Develops I can tell you. It's a runs from just about the western. The west shore of Staten Island right on down through the Garden State Parkway crosses. The Garden State Parkway and then it goes down towards Trenton there are others in northwestern as well as Poconos Catskills. It's line after line so the severe thunderstorm watches in effect until ten showers and thunderstorms, some heavy the first part of the night sixty seven, to seventy two tomorrow partly sunny. Very warm a little less humid though with just a spotty thunderstorm. High in. The mid to upper eighties. Clear Saturday night Sunday a mix of. Sun and clouds warm not too humid Sunday looks really good for a, summer day high near eighty five but. Then for Monday and Tuesday the humidity's coming back and so will the, transfer shower increases Monday night and on into Tuesday a shower or Onto storm right now seventy six after that shower so it dropped several degrees, humidity jumped to ninety, one percent right now in the city, once again it's. Seventy six we're going down to about seventy w CBS news time. Four twenty Mike Mike sugarman went, surfing in New York City it's part of his sweet spot he did it in queens who,.
"mike wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"You're never more than fifteen minutes from the big, stories on WCBS, time Joe Avalon Mike Wallace, free things to know at three forty five number one. Former New York assembly speaker Sheldon silver gets. Seven years in prison for public eruption this was the second time he was convicted the second time set to a second firefighters died, as a raging wildfire destroys more. Homes in northern, California near the border with Oregon dozens of homes have been destroyed. And number three New York regulators are telling spectrum cable to leave New, York state they've, started the process of revoking the merger of spectrums parent company charter. And Time Warner accusing charter of not living up to the terms of the merger. The economy is chugging, along gross domestic product grew. At a rate of four point one percent. Last quarter the strongest in four years a Bloomberg news correspondent Irv Chapman. Joins us What was behind the growth All the quality Because, of the club People More than what Upset about Paul equality was out although Along with, us Quality of started growing like two hundred thousand jobs About twenty. Five percent of GDP number was booed by exports some economists think that was the. Rush to move goods before? The tariffs took effect are you in that camp Likes of science if you believe. Not only but also industrial Close close More difficult, for them Law Economy Blow up the White House He knows a lot of these executives Excuses because Ause Going to be just great With the other day And that's Bloomberg news correspondent Irv Chapman on the news line. With with us earth, thank you, so much three.
Reforming solitary confinement at Pelican Bay
"State penitentiary in America Designed and built as a supermax facility it's been used for. Nearly thirty years, to lock away inmates considered the most dangerous pelican bay security housing unit known as the shoe is, solitary confinement by another name and. Inmates and their advocates have long denounced it as state sanctioned. Torture the people who run California's prisons, defended their approach for decades but as we first reported last October they are now at the center of a reform movement that is dramatically reducing. The use of solitary confinement across the country and at pelican bay Hi there Nice to. Meet you. I'm, Oprah You are all high hearing on the other, side of that steel mesh inmate Aaron Franklin is serving part of. His fifty years to life sentence what did you get fifty, years to life for. For murder It was the murder? Of a fellow gang member in San Diego but crimes you commit on the outside don't get you sent to the pelican, bay Shu reserved for offenses committed once you're in prison why were you brought here can you tell me, this slow misunderstanding on the are that little misunderstanding was an attack on another inmate. With a weapon and it earned him a, year in solitary confinement Franklin is in what's known as a shoe pod eight. Tiny cells for up and down all facing the same blank wall across the way it. Was created, to break me mentally. Physically what Danny MURILLO Troy Williams and Steve Sifra. All went to prison as teenagers they were sent to the pelican bay Shu, for what happened after they were behind bars Steve spit on a. Prison guard Troy was part of a riot at another facility And. Danny was accused of being in a prison gang Do you, remember the first day you, pulled up to the shoe taking that long. Bus ride getting off the bus and seeing the place big white building. With small little door may imagination was. A human slaughterhouse people do? Going into human cider house what. Did you think Steve it was a modern day dungeon There was I'd never seen. Anything like it message is. You're not getting out of here the messages? You're you're screwed all three ultimately did get out of the shoe and out of prison. I think the feeling on the part of a lot of folks, is that you committed a, crime regardless of what age were you got. Locked up you deserve to be there can you tell me why we. Should care we are most of us. Going to begin now and? It would behoove the public too Begin to facilitate a healing And the hilly can start with basic dignity in. How we treat it. Here inside the pelican bay she an inmate would spend up to twenty two and a half hours, a day in the cell which is basically the size of a small parking space windowless box, with the same the toilet not just, four days at a time sometimes years and even decades at a time in this room alone Most days the only time a prisoner leaves his cell is to, go to the yard a slightly less tiny concrete box at the end of the pied ninety, minutes of exercise so this is it, this is the yard this is the extent of the yard this Yeah Why wouldn't exactly call it a. Yard we visited the yard with Scott Kernan who runs the California Department of corrections is the. Ability so we'd just be the inmate alone out. Here? Correct On the rare occasions that an inmate. Leaves his pod he I tasked to strip pushes close to a slot to be searched then. Put his hand to the same slot to be. Coughed This is the only, time a shoe prisoner is ever touched by another human being They do hard. Time here in the shoe time here is like hard time in no other person when Mike Wallace visited pelican bay for sixty minutes in one thousand nine hundred three prisons across. The country had embraced, solitary confinement as a tool to combat violence inside their walls there was a building boom..
"mike wallace" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The secret service agents protecting john kennedy in dallas the day the president was shot was there anything that the secret service or that clint hill could have done to keep that from happening hill was on the running board of the car just behind the president reacted about movies the second pastor i wouldn't be here you mean you would have gotten there and you would have taken the shot the third yes sir as it was he'd made it to the car in five seconds just as the fatal shot rang out the guilt consumed him for years this is my fault no one has ever suggested that for an instant you did was show great bravery and great presence of mind mike i don't care about that if i had reacted a little bit quicker i guess live with it to my grave it's not always easy to get people to talk and to open up the way clint hill did that took a long time and mike wallace was very patient and sometimes and bradley used to say this sometimes you just have to wait for them to talk in washington a very talkative town there's one group that's been camera sean the justices of the us supreme court but in recent years several of them have appeared on sixty minutes the late antonin scalia in two thousand and eight to leslie took him back to his grade school the whole time come on would i lie if you can't trust me go can you trust right this is what we spend our time doing this got it scalise fellow conservative justice clarence thomas grew up poor in georgia indoor plumbing the whole goodness there was an outhouse that we shared with some other families justice sonia sotomayor her parents emigrated from puerto rico she grew up in a public housing project in new you know your brother told us that more than once in this neighborhood he got beaten up yep and more than once i beat up the.
"mike wallace" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"The secret service agents protecting john kennedy in dallas the day the president was shot was there anything that the secret service or that clint hill could have done to keep that from happening clientele yes hill was on the running board of the car just behind the president reacted about maybe a second pastor i wouldn't be here you would have gotten there and you would have taken the shot the third guest sir is it was he'd made it to the car in five seconds just as the fatal shot rang out the guilt consumed him for years this is my fault no one has ever suggested that for an instant you did was show great bravery and great presence of mind like i don't care about that if i had reacted just a little bit quicker i guess with that to my grave it's not always easy to get people to talk and to open up the way clint hill did that took a long time and mike wallace was very patient and sometimes and at bradley used to say this sometimes you just have to wait for them to talk in washington a very talkative town there's one group that's long been camera sean the justices of the us supreme court but in recent years several of them have appeared on sixty minutes the late antonin scalia in two thousand and eight leslie took him back to his grade school as the whole time come on if you can't trust me who can you trust right this is what we spend our time doing this got it scalise fellow conservative justice clarence thomas grew up poor in georgia indoor plumbing goodness there was an outhouse that we shared with some other families justice sonia sotomayor her parents emigrated from puerto rico she grew up in a public housing project in you know your brother told us that more than once in this neighborhood he got beaten up yeah yep and more than once i beat up the person who beat him so why don't you just why don't you just stop filming now sixty minutes is none it's.
"mike wallace" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The day the president was shot was there anything that the secret service or that clinton hill could have done to keep that from happening yes hill was on the running board of the car just behind the president reacted about maybe a second pastor i wouldn't be here i mean you would have gotten there and you would have taken the shot yes sir as it was he'd made it to the car in five seconds just as the fatal shot rang out the guilt consumed him for years it's my fault no one has ever suggested that for an instant you did was show great bravery and great presence of mind i don't care about that if i had reacted a little bit quicker i guess migralief not always easy to get people to talk and to open up the way clint hill did that took a long time and mike wallace was very patient and sometimes and add bradley used to say this sometimes you just have to wait for them to talk in washington a very talkative town there's one group that swan been camera shy the justices of the us supreme court but in recent years several of them to the period on sixty minutes the late antonin scalia in two thousand and eight leslie took him back to his grade school the whole time come on what i if if you can't trust me who can you trust right this is what we spend our time doing this got it scalise fellow conservative justice clarence thomas grew up poor in georgia indoor plumbing no goodness there was an outhouse that we shared with some other families justice sonia sotomayor her parents emigrated from puerto rico she grew up in a public housing project in new york you know your brother told us that more than once in this neighborhood he got beaten up yep and more than once i beat up the.
"mike wallace" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Go from jiminy cricket to i'm mike wallace for the next hour four ninety year old man and myself we're going to scare the crap out of you would stories of nuclear war and kidnap children missing kids almost every week missing kids that was there was a hysteria about kidnappings in the nineteen eighties and it was it was grossly overstated and they had no way to track these kids down now they have amber alerts and text and twitter back then they would use milk on the side of every milk at lunch was a picture of a kid younger than me who had never see his mother again i'm not hungry anymore what what was i supposed to do about it i'm six teacher i'm gonna miss music class today the dairy people have me on a case probably a dead end but i'll run it up the flagpole and there were there were lines on the cartons you could cut them out with the scissors so i could collect them so much anxiety growing up so much tv was so weak with three channels plus you h f which was did not come in well it was basically radio i remember watching three innings of a boston red sox game until i figured out it was a boston bruins game.
"mike wallace" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The mike wallace spy's i found a transcript of the seventy nine peace and it's kind of shocking you can see it's a piece of probably wanted to be a little tougher and then was watered down by someone i don't know could have been done you it i just don't know don who had had something of reputation famously in that mike wallace tobacco's story of of watering down some segments whatever happened is sort of presentative is kind of a victim and while it said he did a bunch of sleazy things and various controversy various controversies it basically was an ad for him saying if you wanna legal you know sharp shooter this is the guy to get in reality by the way cohn was i think brilliant but he really didn't practice law his practice of war was to constantly filed countersuits to delay sometimes not even show up for a trial and just throw bombs until people settled because much like trump he just didn't want to do the homework unlike from he would have been capable of doing work if he wanted to but he didn't all of this sounds so it it sounds so familiar it's wildly familiar and but then he case trump was able by a lot of the same people and so he was the subject of subject a rapturous profile on abc's twenty twenty barbara walters did he when he pulled various publicity stunts like the whole breakup of his first marriage in the marla maples fair and he he not only involved the new york post famously in going along with these dramas and made him more famous at least in the new york area but he enlisted diane sawyer abc to do.
Waffle House shooting victim's mother receives daughter's diploma
"Average in the country and this panel of cities san francisco three seventy three and the low averages batch on rouge at two forty five tom foty cbs news about crash in new hampshire leaves two people dead and two others injured it happened saturday night on the piscataway river when a twenty four foot boston whaler struck a buoy throwing female passenger into the water she was found unconscious in the river and later died as did another female passenger boat operator and another passenger were hospitalized the crash is under investigation posthumous honors for a victim of last month's shooting at a waffle house in nashville cbs's elaine kitano has the story at belmont university in tennessee this weekend a grieving mother accepted her daughters diploma the ebony groves was among four people killed last month at a waffle house near nashville her mother was given a standing ovation as she received diploma her son de ngelo also graduated the university announced a scholarship indiana's honor in other news now the worcester funeral home of graham putnam man mahoney is driving a hearse around the state to protest a takeover of mount ida college by umass amherst wbz's karyn regal spoke to the driver mon ida college has one of two mortuary science programs in the state the other is not at umass that's not the only reason graham putnam in whitney is driving around this hearse with lettering saying umass amherst berries mount ida college students and students are our future question mark on the back stephen lunches driving these are not thousand dollar programs we're talking tens fifteen twenty thirty thousand utah's about life affect how you gonna do that to a family just walk away that's not right the funeral home says it's mount ida students who have nowhere to continue their studies in boston karyn regal wbz newsradio ten thirty pulitzer prize winning historian edwin boroughs has died boroughs and co author mike wallace spent twenty years writing gotham a history of new york city to eighteen ninety eight an epic overview of the city's early days it won the pulitzer for history in nineteen ninety nine edwin boroughs was.
Donte DiVincenzo doing whatever it takes to help Villanova in the NCAA tournament
"In boston in the sweet sixteen of the ncaa tournament we get more from kyw's ed benkin trajan is known for its high brusher defense athleticism and villanova gar dante knows this'll be a tough task for the wildcats against one of the toughest teams in the country the biggest thing with them is they have so much pressure and they're so long and athletic and their long athletic and every position even point guard position coach j reid on his players understand the more shots the mountaineers make the better chances they'll have to sit up their press which could cost turnovers throughout the night i'm ed benkin kyw newsradio sweet sixteen games in the ncaa tournament the other game in boston will feature purdue and texas tech in omaha kansas matches up with clemson and duke takes on syracuse a coaching change in the big five lasalle announcing today that it has parted ways with head coach dr john giannini after fourteen seasons are released from the school says it was a mutual decision e went to one hundred and twelve and two hundred twenty six in his fourteen years at lasalle the high point of his tenure that's sweet sixteen run during the twenty thirteen ncaa tournament school says a search for a new head coach is underway the eagle nls introduced mike wallace this afternoon bird signing the veteran wide receiver to a one year deal wallace is a nine year nfl vet who has.
Sports Radio update March 23rd 2018
"With a win for the night wolverines trout's texas a and m ninety nine seventy two it's official dan hurley will take over as the new head coach at uconn the giants trade defensive end jason pierre paul to the bucks the teams swap fourth round picks and the giants get a third round or as well the eagles inc receiver mike wallace the dolphins signed running back frank gore on the ice the rangers and outages continue their losing ways the flyers edge of the blue shirts four three two goals and an assist in defeat the islanders cut a fourgoal deficit down to one three quick goals early in the third period but the lightning held onto win seven six andrews lead two goals for the aisles is thirty seventh and thirty eighth ryan full and anthony bill each with a pair as well grapefruit league zach wheelers chances of cracking the mets rotation ticket here the allowed five runs three earned on seven hits and two winnings the mets went out to a twelve five win over the nationals mets right hander rafael montero need season ending tommy john surgery the akis beat the twins two to one getting six innings of one run ball from starter jordan montgomery with reports every twenty minutes i'm harris allen wfan twenty twenty sports scary.
"mike wallace" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"Asked by the not because the forty time but i was impressed prison he run into any cubicles or like yeah he slow down he didn't like injury me body lighten when i run like it's like i'm always unlike left right lift right you know like i can't run in a straight line like than if you look at that i oh he was like narrow he ran and it was even a lady right then i'll he ran right beside her without him hitting her so i wasn't sample well as a heavy it hit the woman he knows what is the well roundtable added game game have had to suspend himself yelled into games on tape unnoticed by was he like he has to be like sixty years old he's running down a hallway like he didn't hit anybody or anything here he ran this that's the mike wallace special just running forty yards in one direction hanna turning around walking back without catching a ball mike wallace is but boy yeah abbey but i mean it was it was impressive but it would have been hull areas if he's i ready to cuba quingley and you will fail now however is simply the internet will of blowers summon up walking out into the hallway and he goes him with like holding a birthday cake it aired rant they were lighter yeah that would that would have been more impressive but yeah i only way that tape would have gotten out amid mirage two do you you're on a soccer kick right now you love soccer the the beautiful abuse yoga benita that's what they call it the beautiful game oh yeah yeah do you think you would play you'd be in the world cup if he played soccer you know i think i would have been von miller i am now in any danger of wood a is so if i would have been on his show what you guys i feel like i would have been the vaughn miller of talk shows you'll so the guy who farts in than bashes his teammates via an event goes gets mvp's and almost all your in abbott not to yet after like i would have been the.
"mike wallace" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Questions sensible questions to get them to talk you can establish what you do so well a chemistry of confidentiality that was what comes across the tape which you dirty dog uschina on a couple of occasions over the past and you got me saying things i had no intention of saying and and why because you're took who know little bit about the same subject if the interview he has respect for the end of you were anfield of the interview were knows a good deal as well prepared you can ask anything and you get the interview we will be a coconspirator with you that's fact laws and he said that that night on those around this table had treasury because he said or did this table um and because he was a hero of mine and because you know when i came to sixty minutes he was one of the people at roman handwritten note play out i was so how long here when you're joined but he goodie but it but it was really you know this is the mature mike wallace this is this is the mike wallace who's been out there doing it who was ambushing people in the '70s and early '80s and i think got became ashamed of that abeto and uh really perfected it and became the best interviewer that broadcast journalism have known and you know he recognised that and i think he grew from all of those years of of going in that direction you as morally called it might jumping out of a closets zia he could go beyond that to weigh teased everybody who is uh uh rascal fulltime diamond lasko then he was that way on our floor and how did you get along with morley on i was tough it was a tough relationship uh i think they were consummate gentleman yeah and artist and i think what happened with morally when he first arrived he was shocked because mike stole a couple of historic stories layoff reminded her and morally you know he's coming from london it's about gentlemen correspondence well that's not sixty minutes you know welcomed design wallace welcome to my program sixty minutes mike i so but i think in a way that helped us because it morally was driven to find his own path and he had such.
"mike wallace" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The mental physical and financial costs of surviving gun violence which can linger long after the bullet wounds heal eight and we are back with mike wallace on so sorry that i suddenly had that calming did i have no idea where came from maybe just getting all choked up about new york history which is the subject of mike wallis's last two books this one is called greater gotham a history of new york city from may eighteen the eight to 1919 published by oxford university press and it's a about a little over thousand pages something in that vicinity covering just these uh these twenty years a seminal period in new york to is this the period where new york goes from being already a major financial center to becoming a worldclass city yes in a nutshell there's there's two dimensions for this at the very least one of them is that the city undergoes a merger movement uh so the first largest than the fourth largest city and a lot of townsend brinson municipalities around the harbor merge into one giant megalopolis and very quickly the powersthatbe moved to make it a megalopolis on the ground as well as on paper so you have a period of suturing this city into the main land by digging railroad tunnels finally penn station emerges grand central israel's refurbish the chelsea peers are built to handle titanic clause boats then there's internal legaments bridges thrown over the east river in um uh tunnels every were for water supply for sewage systems and them is a massive infrastructure and people expand out into this new terror door on the subway lawns of particular when when you talk about consolidation much of it had to do with bringing brooklyn in to it that there was the fourth largest city in the cut at the time wasn't or a certain amount of resistance there was resistance especially in brooklyn heights chiefly in brooklyn hides were sort of anglo promised than the people who had been there for low these many years fill the they would be overwhelmed by the hordes coming across the bridges from manhattan this was nazir is over statement because in fact the brooklyn was already a multinational operation huge numbers of germans and arjun scandinavians unwelcome and in the end these people were brought her own israel partly because many of them were business associates.
"mike wallace" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Com i will retire at the nfl starting next fr wondered play i have a little thing i do locally and that is every time somebody says something stupid doesn't mean i have to comment on it you know what i mean i played a great clip and i can't remember who the reporter was but they were interviewing morgan freeman i think it was mike wallace at mike wallace was interviewing morgan freeman and morgan freeman says you're not a fan of black history month no or or why not i do you wanna do you want to christian month are white month egoz walnut white i'm jewish he was what you want to jewish month of mike walls because no one was one black month black history is american history and mike wallace looks at him and says the most incredible thing he goes well if we don't have black history month are we gonna fix racism can you imagine such an ignorance statement what an intellectually spiritually bankrupt statement and i love morgan freeman's responds i mean i could have gone into the psalmist david in were fearfully in wonderfully made by our creator and gifted and purpose in his image sand race understanding who we are who are creative risk it makes a difference however all his creation and makes a difference the morgan freeman to simitis stuff talking about it his talk to me as a person not a black person see me as a person not a black person isn't that is i think we all talk too much and every time an idiot says something stupid doesn't mean we should acknowledge it and spread it i do a greater service ignoring them but we do have a couple of real heavy weight morons today saying a couple of really what i call weaponsgrade stupid things and they're this set up for the latest of why the whole nfl story just simply won't go away now the profound perspective i want to leave you with this this story may seem sometimes like it's now about donald trump it has nothing to do with donald trump donald trump didn't take a need during a national anthem well it's about colin capturing will know that culling capper nick he's in playing because his subpar quarterback it's created nothing but a controversy and.
"mike wallace" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"Or dak plus step player eric hebron still on the board here in the back of the eleventh i think he should be the pic at this point highups either he goes okay with that year all right we'll take eric iran which leaves us with just one bench flyer spot left in this standard markgraaff guys joe williams very interesting option there he still jordan mathews mike wallace persad perryman josh dioxin yes we we we were talking about arguing for tyrrell prior earlier in the draft we ended up going sammy watkins and i think that pryor likely will be the one the wide receiver one fantasy output for washington but if it's josh doksan at the end of the season that's not a shocking turn of events wow he's going at the very end of drafts so i love with with the last pick second less pick throwing josh toxin on my usual e i want those swing through the fences high you know the the just stocks in the homerun hitter opportunity the late in your draft however sometimes i look at morongo is that what i need i feel like because we've got because we've got three volatile wide receivers with with injury histories in sammy watkins and dont'a moncrieff and martavis bryant those eating widow added ice we didn't grabber no we should reverend this is we are we heading because he was fat with russia i remember that he was drafted by different team so i have made it harder what a guy i want to throw out though is mike wallace because he's not the home run chair of a top10 guy but what is what is josh toxins upside to you do you believe this year leery do you think he's like josh oxen is going to be it if he hits if he hit going to be a top eighteen guy hits these top fifteen it doesn't matter because this is the last but we're not dropping cream hunt we one willisch need week one dare cannery week one or moncrieff week one.