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"mladen" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:32 min | 11 months ago

"mladen" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Fun to welcome back. Jake. Great. Jean Grand is the career advice columnist for The New York Post. Go to Greg every Monday. Yes, the man said. Greg Jean Grand Regal just thinks it's hilarious if I flubbed one little word, okay? That's uh you called him? Jed? Jed. Well, it's Greg. I started. Uh, He's not Jed Clampett, For God's sake. Well, so, Greg, that's question number one, said co workers correct each other publicly. That's the last question Number one for the career advice columnist. I am not offended. Just just don't call me late for dinner or for this segment, but otherwise anything else is fine. All right, So here's the deal. So, Um Riedel went to the office yesterday to the studio for the first time in 15 months, and he and our newsman Noam Laden Both greeted each other by saying, Oh, you put on a few pounds. Now I'm wondering Is that proper etiquette when you greet a fellow workers having not seen them for a while? Oh, I see you're pregnant. Oh, you're a man. I mean, you know what? What's proper? Okay, Well, I don't think you need my expertise to know the answer to that question is that's probably not proper. However, you do raise a good point because you're not going to see your you're going to see your colleagues for the first time in 18 months or many colleagues for the first time ever below the shoulders. We've seen people only like shoulders and above so like it's going to be very difficult to not size people up there. Oh, that style tall you are. That's how you look or that's how you dress. Those are the things will be thinking less, and we should not be saying no. So there's going to be a whole reintroduction to the workforce that I think we're all going to have to get adjusted to it. It's going to be strange the first few weeks. So, Greg, I mean, could I get in trouble if I say you know? No, Mladen, you're looking. You're looking ample. Would I get in trouble for that? Well, it's sort of you know, I don't know what gnome sense of humor is and what the relationship is about that subject. But yes, if you comment on somebody's appearance in general, in a way that is derogatory, you could be creating a hostile work environment work environment where they feel. Unsafe or they feel like you are bringing in elements about their personal characteristics have nothing to do with their ability to do the job. And so, yes, you can create a hostile work environment by commenting on somebody's appearance. Greg. What else? What other issues do you foresee as we return to the office? Well, the whole scheduling of people coming back and forth. Employers are all the surveys show that employers are looking at hybrid models. So some hybrid models include employees having a set schedule of maybe which days per week they come in to reduce the critical mass on any one day. Um other companies are going to a hotel reservation system where they're only going to keep certain level of capacity each day. And if you want to come into the Office. You have to make a reservation, and if their space you reserve it and you get it, Um the other the other thing that's emerging, Although I think we're still a few years out is The use of holograms. Uh and that is you could be sitting in a conference room with your co workers and some the, uh, an avatar or a hologram. I don't think that, Yes, I don't think it's around the corner, but the technology is there, and some companies are actually already using it. So wait. So it's like dead employees. They have someone passed away. They could use a hologram of the dead employee. Is this like Princess Lay up, You know, being doubt of r two d two kind of thing you're talking about here. Exactly. You've seen it in the movies. And whatever happens in the movies, you know it can happen in real life. Absolutely. There are some companies that art term menting with having leaders participate in via hologram. And they think that creates for a more engaging dynamic interaction If the person is in the room, vs on a screen or or on telephone I find it really, really freaky, But But there are companies that are doing it. And you know when the technology becomes easier and less expensive, more companies are going to start implementing things like that. Wow. So you mean when Lynn Finally steps down and he shuffles off this mortal coil. I could still be hosting the show with him as a whole unsure you. You you you could be, but it wouldn't be the same as the same land in person. Uh, mister, the other thing that we're going to see in the workplace is this awkwardness around like handshaking and hugging friends? Yeah, like it's we're definitely moving to a contact lists Workspace where you can see, like, handshaking being forbidden. So you've got this awkward kind of like People approaching each other and not sure what to do. And do they fist bomb to the elbow bump? Um so companies will be resolving those kinds of workplace cultural issues. As well. All right, 30, seconds or less. You got a quiz. Do I have one about you mentioned Tucker Carlson being monitored by the NSA. So let's stick with that topic..

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"mladen" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"mladen" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Times 11 times. Alright, Thanks. Alice. Alice, Doctor? No, seeing you up there and say thanks, fields. Thank you, Alice. All right Up next I'm gonna be taking your phone calls. 1 803 2107 10 1 803 2107 10 or you guys are gonna take the vaccine, The rolling it out in England today. And what do you think about the governor threatening to shut down restaurants again and your thoughts? John Lennon on the 40th anniversary of his murder gets a call 1 803 2107 10 Now the news nine o'clock, relaunch, Restart Greek cover. This'll is where New York comes for everything you need to know The voice of New York 7 10 w O R an I Heart radio station 32 cloudy and nine o'clock Good morning on the wall, Mladen. Burning Man style festival in Mexico turned into a coronavirus Super spreader event, with several attendees, bringing Cove it back with them to New York City over half the recent positive covert cases in the city done by a private testing company called checkmate Health Strategies, where either the direct result of people coming back from an art festival in Mexico or someone directly exposed to a person who went to the event. The four day art with me festival includes workshops of meditation by day. Mass of partying at night video show hundreds of massless people dancing inside a tent on a packed dance floor. Alice Stockton Rosine e. W. O R News New York City may be less than a week away now from having indoor dining shut down because of Yeah, covert concern, Governor Cuomo says. If the coronavirus hospitalizations do not stabilize soon, Big Apple restaurants will be forced to close their indoor dining areas to customers as soon as Monday. Robert owns a restaurant on Arthur Avenue in the Bronx. It's heartbreaking, especially that it Prior and during the holiday season Now, the New York City Hospitality Alliance says this will cause irreversible harm to small businesses and the people they employ. I'm Scott Pringle, double the org President Trump Will host with White House calls A Corona virus vaccine summer today is expected to sign an executive order to prioritize the delivery of vaccines for Americans. Before the U. S. Starts helping out other countries. Aviation pioneer Chuck Yeager, the first pilot to fly faster than the speed of sound, has passed away the retired U. S Air Force pilot 97 years old, his wife, Victoria, announcing the news on Twitter maker enlisted in the Army Air Corps. Right after high school in 1941. Yeager joined combat operations in World War two. Returning stateside four years later after flying more than 60 aerial wartime missions two years later in 1947, becoming the first person to break the sound barrier flying 700 MPH in level flight on the Bell X one rocket, nicknamed the glamorous Glennis after his wife and hip hop icon Kurtis Blow recovering in an L. A hospital reports he received a heart transplant this weekend. Last year. The 61 year old had several surgery is his real name. Curtis Walker, born in Harlem, rose to fame with the Christmas wrapping in 1979 and just follow up hit the brakes. News brought to you by National Realty learned the insider method of obtaining 18 to 21% targeted returns on prime building locations not go to now. Here's Bernie fighter with traffic..

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"mladen" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"mladen" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Work in those guys. Can you believe this clown governor, But it's not really a clown because he is a smart guy, but he's definitely kind of a He's a dictator. No question about that s O. That leads off the big Three people are going to be traveling folks. Maybe we shouldn't be. But I'm telling you people are gonna be traveling. Also in the Big Three. Well, Manhattan could be an orange zone, which means bye bye to indoor dining and so long to your gym, Staten Island. At least place where she's to big hair. That's going to be a red zone because people are really misbehaving out there. I thought the way the government says you could be a red. You're going to be orange. You might be yellow. You might be orange Tomorrow. You might be purple on Monday. We don't know yet, but we'll tell you don't stand in line and Dunkin Donuts very confusing the whole thing and rounding at the Big Three Well, Governor Chris Christie. You actually missed his calling is a Dunkin Donuts spokesman. He said. You liked those jelly doughnuts. You know, Chris Christie says, Mr President, It's over. You must concede and your legal team is an embarrassment. Just what conservatives want to hear before Thanksgiving. Let us out today. Hippie parade. No, Mladen is in for Ireland. Good morning. No. You know, I'm hearing about how you waited in line. And I wonder like, Do you have a better chance of catching covert waiting in that line to be tested? Because what was it like 100 people waiting in line. To have that swab shoved up their nose. Well, you know, we social distance. I don't know about you. Maybe of a Oh, Here's the thing. What? Where's Bartlet? Bartlett's gotta weigh in on this one. So get this now. I'm not gonna name any names here. All right? I'm not gonna name name name any names, but no moon knows. No, no. No said I'm talking about because we're talking about them. They're so let's just say for the sake of argument. You guys have rich friends or relatives, right? Yeah, and they say well, Why don't you have the private nurse come over to do the swab? That's what we do. It only costs $250. And you know we haven't have a large family. So it's gonna go. I don't It's only $2000 the whole family to be swab like that. Why wouldn't you want Why don't you call you some of your fancy friends there? I'm sure they have private nurses. You know? Stood on line for three hours. Like most normal people have to do to get a covert test. I'm sorry. You know, I don't have 250 bucks just lying around. So somebody come over and put a Q tip up. My nose seems a little excessive for a Q tip of your nose for 250 bucks. But again, you know that I'm a capitalist folks. I'm a capitalist Make is much money as you possibly can. I absolutely do believing that. But there is this disconnection between Working people and the people who are in the 1%, who will Why don't what do you think you're a little disconnect to with you with your thoughts there, Michael? Because you seem to be chastising people who are traveling for Thanksgiving. How dare they traveled for Thanksgiving on Lee? Because they're getting a covert test making you wait several hours so that you can travel, right, Joe? I don't like your train of thought this morning, So let's get off that train, you know? Yeah. And while we're at it, you know you have all these very wealthy friends. You go to the spend the weekend at their house. How come they didn't invite you over to have their private nurse? Shove of cotton swab up your Nostrils. Um do you want to last for the rest of the show? I mean, e am Sorry. Listen, I don't I stood on line, You know, I stood on line one. I'm too cheap to pay 250 bucks for some private stock swap nostril. Too. You know, I felt what is Cuomo say? New York Strong New York. What are your New York tough or something? Something like that. Yeah, And I thought, OK, I'll stand in line like regular New York. It us got over there. I brought my copy of dusty FC's crime and punishment, which I'm reading, Just like every New Yorker would just like Every New Yorker, I got to tell you that dust F k kind of a Babe magnet, though they were coming here, So I bel. Oh, I'm studying Russian literature. Really way kind of interest in the West Village. Yeah, well, you know, my old my old tactic, and this goes back before you know, with somebody now, of course, And happily, too I might have, but one of my old one of my old lines used to be what got on a plane once. And this so attractive young woman sat next to me and she was reading. The collector, which is what you guys would never heard that, but it's a famous British book. And of course, I'd never read it either, but she's reading it and I said, I turned around. I said, You know, I love that book. That is one of my favorite books. I said, Can I Can I just read you a line that I love, So I just opened randomly under the theory that any writer has a good line in any page opened himself into a page and I found, Lina said. And the collector as he took that butterfly out. Appended to the board. And that left wing wiggled until he caressed it. And then it was dead. The boat That's also movie, Jeff. Oh, yeah, I love that line too. And, well, you know, we were on our way to London and spent the week together. It works. Oh, my God, That's awesome. I've done that more than once. Actually, only you are. Well, It's true. It works, though, you know, because they're the literary minded types and I have to do is give a dramatic reading of it. Thea other, you gotta have the You have to have the blocking that has to work to you have to put your hand on your heart. After you finish the lines like it that has touched your heart so much because that makes them think you're sensitive. It works until you can, anyway, just after he was pretty good. I met a lot of people on that line. And I have to say that you want to say this about New Yorkers. Everybody on that line and you know you're standing there for three hours in the cold, everybody Behave themselves. Everybody was chipper. Everybody was friendly. Nobody was pulling any kind of New York attitude, So I know how long do I have to wait in this line? That normal kind of stuff that you would get from New Yorkers? I can't believe this. No people are being very patient. And here's the thing I have to say in all seriousness. The reason people are going to travel on Thanksgiving. And frankly, the reason I'm going to travel is my dad's 90. My mother is 80. Okay, I want to see them as often as possible. Now if I get a test And it comes out negative. And I'm not doing anything else here. You know, I'm not going to a disco tech who I'm dating myself there, But I'm not. I'm not going out at night doing anything. I'm not doing anything. I go to the grocery store and I jump in the pool and swim and that's it. I don't think you're gonna get Co vered swimming in the pool. So if my test comes back negative, as I think it will. Washer, and then I'm gonna run a car. So I'm driving by myself. I'm not taking a train, maybe taking planes. Not such a good idea, folks, But I'm driving up there. Why should I not go see my 80 year old mother and my 90 year old dead? I mean, How much time do we have left to be together? That's the question that I think a lot of people are facing this holiday s. So how long does it take to get this tested back? If there's hundreds of people in line, I would think it takes a while. Well, in fact that I didn't know they they tell you. They tell you actually, they say 48 to 72 hours or something like that. I think that's what they're saying. Jesus. Why don't I just spring for the 250 bucks here? You would have any results? Yeah, that's what I should have done..

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"mladen" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"mladen" Discussed on 710 WOR

"November and Michael Riedel has the day off. And no, Mladen is here. A good morning knowing what's up, kid. Good morning, right back at you and everything's great cause it's Friday. Yeah, it is. Although I You know what? This corona virus. I mean, every day seems the same. I mean, I don't know the T g I F doesn't just doesn't have the same ring that used to. I don't think it is amazing that you wake up every day, and it's either. Well, it's the election will be one story just for another couple days. But then every other day is code covert, covert, and it's just a different version of it every single day. Well, but don't minimize that covert covert covert. You know, we had nearly 90,000 cases in the United States yesterday, an all time record. All right, let's get through the big three, and then we'll Ooh it over just four days to go. That's it. Donald Trump and Joe Biden both hit Florida yesterday, the president went on early morning Tweet Storm. I wonder if he's getting a little desperate with all these tweets wonder what's gonna happen the next four days with him also in the Big three. Well, the mayor says the covert numbers are spiking and warns of crackdowns, including Halloween gatherings, Hoboken joining other Jersey cities with new restrictions this as the US numbers hit nine million cases and a single day record of around 90,000. I guess this thing just didn't go away. Maybe we're not turning the corner gnome and rounding out the Big three Well, this is the most 2020 story them all. A man was just standing on the sidewalk in the Bronx. He fell into a sinkhole, and it was filled with rats. That's just that's like, come through. Oh, God, you know, that's that's just, you know, I think your year can't go. The door's a door in a hole with a budget rats. I guess he survived. But ah Oh, man! Hey! And this is that time of year, so don't forget. No, don't forget to turn your clocks back tomorrow. This is big news here. The headline news. Big four. Turn your clock down, baby tomorrow tomorrow Rights Far back Spring forward that I was getting a fuse. All right, Fall back, Bring ahead fall back. Alright. What's confusing to you? How old do you 12? You know, not just confusing, which is which I know how to turn the clock back and how to do it before. That's not the difficult part. What's hard about the phrase spring? Ahead, fall back. Believe me, I'm not the only one who has to think for a second of its backwards or forwards. I know. So do you think you're going to gain an hour or lose an hour's sleep? No. I'm going to gain an hour they go. Do you guys have to go around your houses and your cars and fix all the clock? There was a time I remember man. We had to fix everything in the house, and now it's all kind of digital and just happens by itself. You know, you still got I got a stove clock. I think that doesn't automatically goes. I've got to change that. I think there's a clock in the kitchen. I gotta get on a stool and change that we have that. But otherwise everything else is automatically does it? I haven't No, I think we gave up Natalie. I think we gave up on our stove clock about 50 years really have changed a stove clock. I still changed or why I have no idea. No Enjoying to look at the wrong time. Guys, I have to do it in my car. My car sold And every every time I have to think, how do I do this again? What fun? Do it go back in the manual? I remember the first time in the early days of cellphones. I was going to the airport in Indianapolis. And I hadn't realised that the the the thing changed by itself, and I thought I missed my flight. And it just freaked me out because all the side looked at the phone in a different time than I thought. And just Ah, anyway, so thank goodness. Now it happens automatically, And you don't You don't have all those problems with cars with cell phones with everything, but I don't know about South Carolina, Joe. They up to date there. With the cell phones and we don't care about time down here. Just go about your business today. No matter what time it is in South Carolina, you know what? I'll tell you. Since I have moved here. I have not worn a watch. Wow. I don't wear a watch anymore. You livin the good. You know, I have not worn a watch since this whole thing began, or a pair of leather shoes either. That crazy for the other thing, too. I haven't worn long pants, either. No, I know. But do you think the the closing business is going to take a big hit? I mean, no one's wearing ties. Who's wearing shoes? Who's were addressed pants? Really? You know, I mean, But there's going to be new fashion that you'll have to buy sort of work at home, fashion, sweatpants and expensive sweat pants. Somebody'll be selling. Actually, speaking of today, you know, we get on our Microsoft teams so we can all see each other first thing I noticed is Len has a button down collar shirt on deal. I'd like your going on some zoom interview later. What's going on here? Is that a big deal to wear problem down college? Well, first look at the rest of us were in sweatshirt. Brody, I know that And usually you're in a sweatshirt or a casual kind of shirt. This is like the most dressed to have seen you in a while. Well, I looked out. I looked at it, said 40 degrees out there, And I said, I don't know how do you wear a T shirt? When it's 40 degrees there inside is the same temperature every day. Write the heat on you don't go outside temperature. It was just for the thought that that cold could permeate through the walls, You know? Yeah, I have a oil. I have a friend who works at Goldman Sachs bees working from home. He's a bigwig there. And so he loves it because he doesn't have to get on the path train to go to work every day where sweats and a T shirt But for the zoo meeting, which he has, like two or three times a day, he throws off the T shirt. And he does what you as he has a button down, shirt up, down below. It's a sweatshirt, rhinos the minute that soon meetings over you throws the show, but the teacher back on, he said. This is this.

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"mladen" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"mladen" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Tomorrow. Ah, Michael Riedel has the day off. No, Mladen is here in his stead are Big three. Stories this morning. Wow, just five days to go Now That's it. We'll have. The latest from the campaign trail is Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Both are heading to Florida today. Also in the Big three Well, anonymous has revealed himself is the guy who wrote anti Trump resistance from inside the administration. His name is Miles Taylor is a former chief of staff, a Department of Homeland Security. Of course, the president calls him a sleazebag now and round. They have to be three. Well, according to the New York Post. The mayor is trying to kill the Mets sail to billionaire Steve Cohen. Which might get approved by baseball owners. Tomorrow. City Hall's denying the story, but ah, well, The post is hanging its head on or hanging its hat on the issue. That city field sits on city land. So the mayor has the ultimate call on all this. And ah, and suppose, isn't happy with the former problems that Steve Cohen's hedge fund had known. So perhaps it's a story. Perhaps it's a post fabrication. This will certainly sort itself out the next 24 to 48 hours. I think You know, I think the mayor just doesn't like rich guys. That's what it comes down to sew. But I think you're right. There's there's no way you could block this deal. The Steve Cohen will be owner of the Met's by the end of the week. Well, ma'am, I don't make meth fans happy. We're joined now by the mayor of Jersey City, Steve full up now. We had him on because there's some really serious issues going on New Jersey with spikes. But ah, mayor since we have you, and since normal laden is a resident of your fair city were wondering before, if gnomes, the most famous Jersey City I TTE That's funny. It is top 50. Maybe. Oh, baby, that's called Top 50. Alright, give us one Give us too You know, we have a bunch of giants that live here. I remember, like, three years ago, Dwight Good and was living here. You have some people that are like TV shows, like just really ABC, NBC. Nothing like like Main stars. But a lot of like people involved that. So I guess I put gnome and maybe top 30 20, you know? Oh, better all the time. So what you're saying be stars from TV shows or bigger than May. I sound like I'm in the top 10. Ah, I just I just think the mayor's laugh is very telling here though, is you don't have to say anything. Just the left says it all right now. Don't worry. I'm a voter. Remember, I'm a voter in Jersey City. That's right. I'm not just a resident of a voter 55 5. It's getting better all the time. They're all up Top five where I live. We got some famous entrepreneurs who live out here anyway, Uh, Mayor followed from Jersey City You got you got sounds like nor can Hoboken nearby to you that air throwing on all these extra restrictions and closing down bars, But you're really resisting it. How come I mean, I'll start by just saying and pointing out that we were literally the first in the region to put any restrictions on in March early when we saw the pandemic coming one of the first in the country, So you know we haven't been gun shy about putting restrictions in place. It's just This time around, we know or how the virus is transmitted, not like it's only transmitted at night, so curfew necessarily won't be helpful. But really, you'll cripple these businesses if you put him through a second time of closing, so No, We're reluctant to do that. So from a local economy standpoint, and from a mental health standpoint, we're going to really hold off on that. You know, I've been watching the lines in Hoboken of people waiting to get The you know, testing for the virus, and they're huge. I mean, I couldn't believe how many people are in line and that's right next door to use it. Doesn't that worry you? I mean, we've seen a spike here. There's no question about it, but But the question is, how do you really deal with it? So if you put more restrictions and shut down businesses, the likelihood of them reopening them ever is not gonna happen. I mean, last time you had cares, act funds and support systems. I'm not getting that from the federal government this time or it doesn't look like it. So you're really going to cripple the local economy, So we're conscious of the spike in numbers, and we're watching the hospitalization rate, but it feels like it's different this time with the guards, two fatalities and hospitals knowing more In treatment a little better so not to say that we won't make changes. But right now we're not going to jump the gun and to say, look working of put curfews and restrictions on these businesses and basically put him out of business. Run with mayor See Philip from Jersey City and the mayor, can you give us an idea of what the numbers are? What is going on in your in your town? Yeah. I mean, they've gone down to as low as you know, mid to low single digits from a peak when you're talking of April, march of, you know 200 cases per day. Um, you know, now we're probably in the 12 to 15 18 so definitely creeping up and we see from the contact tracing that most of that is really attributable to you know, people having social gatherings in their homes, inviting friends and family over and maybe No lowering the guard a little bit, So we're just trying to educate people a little bit more about that practices, But you know, like I said earlier, I think a heavy handed approach on businesses is going to counter productive long term. One of my kids gave came home from playing basketball the other day, and he had stepped in dog poop for like the 15th time. Because dogs have been We're leaving them are owners have been letting their dogs would leave. He gave your son So you got the letter because he told me he was gonna put a letter in your mailbox. And I said, Yeah, I got the mayor right there. You might as well petition one, he wrote. He wrote a long letter specifically about that He dropped it in the mailbox. And you couldn't email address yesterday morning. I had sometimes like that. You know what I'm going to? You know this kid back and you know, because I'm happy that he's involved Civically and I had no idea he was your son wrote in a letter I wrote, you know back. He'll tell you about that I'm sure. And then he wrote me back just saying Thank you. There's anything more I can do. Please let me know so Look at that weight, So there's nothing you could do about that, right? I mean, I would think that if dog owners, this is everywhere. It's not just the city. But if dog owners they're letting their dogs relieve themselves anywhere that's always been like this urban problem that you can't really can't get around. Is it? Yeah. What I told him was like the solution really is, you know, neighbors correcting neighbors, So it's kind of shaming your neighbor. You see him doing that because Like we're going to use police. We're gonna catch them. But in the AC, So if you see somebody who lets say using a basketball court in the dog run, the best thing to do is just politely say something to him..

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"mladen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"mladen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Take Thiss is Bloomberg Radio Noah Global News Update. President Trump says one of the most important issues in this election is law and order. It took generations to build the America that we know it love. But if the radical left gained power would take them only a matter of months to burn it down, tear it down or destroy it. During a rally in Wisconsin, Trump claimed that the Democratic ticket would end cash bail and slash police budgets across the U. S. The state Supreme Court in Texas is siding with Governor Greg Abbot's order to limit mail in ballot Dropbox locations to one site per county. The decision mainly affects the Austin and Houston areas, which have heavy population centers. Chicago is ready to shut down again as Corona virus cases skyrocket. All indoor dining and bars will close Friday and gatherings go back to 25 or less. Governor J. B. Pritzker says they can't ignore what's happening because without action, this could look worse than anything they saw in the spring. Many hospitals are said to be admitting 50 patients a day five times the number in June. The founder and leader of the next CM sex cult is being sentenced to life in prison. Lisa G. Reports teeth, Ranieri was sentenced to 120 years in prison. The federal judge also ruled that he's forbidden to contact anyone affiliated with Nexium in a Brooklyn courtroom. More than a dozen of his victims gave wrenching impact statements about how he sexually abused them. Ranieri said he was deeply remorseful for the pain and anger he caused, but stressed he was innocent of some crimes where nearly was convicted last year on several charges. Including sex trafficking, forced labour and racketeering mask up at the airport or pay a $50 fine. That's the message to travellers in New York and New Jersey anyone seen without a mask at Kennedy International, LaGuardia and Newark Liberty. International Airports will be fined starting Monday. Officers will first give a reminder and even hand out masks to those who need one. The fines will only be issued when someone refuses to cover their nose and mouth. I'm Brian shook It's unknown who's responsible for the kidnapping of an American citizen in the northern part of Africa, a government official in Nigeria tells The Washington Post. The kidnapping happened today near the border with Nigeria. Few other details are known, but the State Department tells the paper they're working to help the victims family. The department is also working with officials in the area State University of New York students will have to test negative for the Corona virus if they want to go home for Thanksgiving break. No, Mladen has more. The leaders of the Sunni school system say they hope testing students before they go home will prevent spreading the virus to towns and cities across New York and around the nation. Students on campus say a lot of their friends their still Partying amid the pandemic student should know better, but then the administration you know, if you bring college students back, they're going to party. Sunnis, Colleges and universities have been told to come up with plans to test 140,000 students. By early November. Most of the schools will go all remote after Thanksgiving to prevent students from bringing the virus back to campus. No Mladen reporting from New York. Some Halloween dinners might look spooky or this year, thanks to tomato blood ketchup Team. Yukio has more. The taste is the same. Only the bottle has been given a scary makeover. It has drops of blood and glows in the dark. But don't look for these on store shelves. Hines is giving away 570 bottles through October, 31st. Simply posed a tic tac video with a ketchup bottle using the hashtag Heinz Halloween and Sweepstakes Deem you Teo reporting the mon could contain more water than was originally thought. A NASA officials said Monday. That part of the surface of the moon has water. That's the first time water has been known to be on the sunlight part Very small ice patches could also contain water. Nasa's.

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08:05 min | 1 year ago

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"Michael Riedel is off. No, Mladen, this area of the President battling the CDC. Have William Bar making so amazing comments you have Rudy going after the Blasio the blahs. You going back home? It? Ah, just I don't know. How do you feel knowing you're in a regular news guy? Passed. They call it news cycles because sometimes it's up. Sometimes it's down these days. It seems up every day. Yeah, thank God for Donald Trump, because because of Donald Trump that news cycles 24 7, and it has been for the last four years. I used to have that summer law. There's no such thing as a summer long where you're dying for some story. It doesn't happen anymore. We just moved from one story to the next seamlessly, and a lot of it is thanks to the president. Well, I agree with you a little bit on that. I'll say thank you for the president for making a lot of news. Oh, yeah, See, I said something about the president. Thank you are big three stories, the head of the CDC testified it will be late, second or third quarter of 2021 before a code vaccine is available to the general public, And he said, face master more guaranteed to protect him from covert than the vaccine. The president said that the head of the CDC, Dr Robert Redfield, probably misunderstood. The questions was confused and he was wrong on both counts. Well, people have made a big deal out of the fact that the master supposedly S o. You don't transmit a problem and and the head of the CDC is saying it protects him in a way. So that was a little bit of an eye opener. So we put up a little Instant flash poll on our Twitter a Twitter handle twiddle Twitter handle at land, Michael W. O R, And we asked you So Who do you believe you'll leave the president and leave the head of the CDC? I thought it might come down 90 10 for Trump, you know, amongst our listeners, but little surprise that he does. Come out ahead so far 74 to 26 that were people who listen to our show, believe the president then believe the head of the CDC. I would say that's a landslide, and it's not even close. Well, I actually thought I'd be hired. Joe, I got a question for you, Do you? Robert Redfield is correct in that in his statement that the mask will protect you more than a vaccine. Do you believe that? Is he wrong? Well, they have been saying all along the mask really is to protect others from you so because it is he wrong? I don't know. I'd have to ask him, You know, I don't know. But I do know you must have. Well, I think more important, Say Rome. More important question. He was wrong. He was confused. So if I stand here with a needle with the vaccine, and I have a mask, in the other hand, which one which one you want? I say you get a vaccine. Is that a good answer? There you go, actually, but show you know, it's a typical Joe Fashion. The rials stories about the vaccine. I mean, you know the mask is a side show on this story. I mean, he's being criticized for saying that the vaccine will be available to the general public until halfway or two or three quarters of the way into 2021. I think most agree with that. I mean, the president wants it to happen before Election Day. And yes, there may be a a vaccine approved before the end of the year, although I think that's gonna be tough, but let's say it is approved, but that vaccine is going to be gone. The first responders right off the bat. So I think you know, city. See guys right? It's going to be late in 2021. That's the real story, don't you think? Well, maybe the president's pushing for Ah to speed up the process that so I'm sure he is. Who wants it before November 3rd. For some reason, I don't know why. Also in the Big Three. It's open mayoral warfare is Rudy goes after the Blasio's and the school's chancellor. And rounding out the Big Three. We have a big about face. The Big 10, which includes Rutgers. Gonna play football starting next month, wasn't the president's urging. Well on defeated here. William Bars comments. Of course, the attorney General Hay has some interesting things to say about Ah, well, he says, if there's a lock down, Ah, full lock down than Ah, that would be the worst violation of people's rights since Ah, well, listen, the bargain slavery, which was a different kind of restraint. To the greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history. Well with that, I want to bring in Ron Kuby, one of our favorite attorneys. Obviously an expert when it comes to civil rights, and I have a sneaking suspicion that you may agree with William Bar on this. No, no, no. No. Del. I mean, look. Ah! Slavery to compare this temporary, uh, public health measure that's necessary, Tio ensure the health of the American people that other countries have done successfully to equate that with The institution of Channel slavery. I mean, really shows how utterly clueless Bill bar ISS and it was kind of a disappointment because a lot of people who Who knew the man before he became, you know, Trump if I'd had respect for him, even you know, although they disagreed with his politics, But that's just insane in just in keeping with the spirit of Daily, outrageous thing that said, ah, by this administration, just just just keep doing them 345 times a day, Maybe people will forget. So thankful you're here today, Ron. Because I've been having this week long argument with Len about social protest, leading or civil protest, leading to Social change Len. He can handle the fact that a basketball players there kneeling on the basketball court or football players are speaking out during games. It's upsetting him. It ruins the game experience for me when I said That's the perfect place for them to speak out about injustices in this country, You know, I mean, this is a very, very old debate that we've had in this country and I remember the time when The handful of black movie stars and black athletes. Um, started speaking out about civil rights. Um, this, of course, was back in the late fifties, the early sixties. I mean, I remember in the sense of historical memory and and there was there was massive public outcry is like white people wanted to watch their black people singing and dancing and dribbling in playing sports. They didn't want them talking. And I understand that idea that you watch sports to be entertained. If you wanted to debate politics with with, you know, a basketball center. You know you would. You would do something else. I mean, you know But the reality is that these folks have influence. Uh and they have a platform and they're going to continue happily to speak out. And I don't think athletes and actors cause social change. But I think that they helped spread the message of social change that everything is not okay. White people, and you just cannot. You know there is no place for you to hide from the fact that we're being killed in the streets by the police. What a lot of impact around Ron Kuby. How are your on the criminal defense attorney? Of course, Everything I said, was mischaracterized by known, but I'm used to that around there. My feeling Here's my feeling. Is that I'm not opposed to anybody speaking out about anything that is not black wide. I'm not saying shut up and dribble the way, Laura Ingraham said to LeBron James. I'm not saying any of that. Everyone's free to say what everyone's whenever he wants, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera and understand, and I don't believe the protests are anti American or anti United States flag or anti national anthem. All I'm saying is, you're a radical leftist by the standards.

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05:36 min | 1 year ago

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"And Michael Riedel. 7 10 W O on Michael is off. No, Mladen capably filling in. If Michael were here, he probably would've corrected me earlier because I was talking about villains, and I mentioned odd job. From Dr No. And a couple of listeners emailed me immediately and said Odd job was from Goldfinger. So and then you got to be accurate on this show, and they're gonna call you on it. I mean, Joe smiling down there, but I said I'd try to give you a body way. Do get somebody I'm sure but still you're right. That was pick. You know we could get anything wrong, But unless they're a baby said, please tell Joe The Thanksgiving Day parade is not going to be viral is going to be virtual. That's a NIT pick. It couldn't come viral. You know, we don't know could become. I'm going to give you a pass on that one. Joe, as I always do. Yeah, well, you've definitely screwed up with your knowledge of double. Oh, yes. Correct anyway, since I'm having a bad day, because no one cleaned my clock. We play jeopardy earlier today because jeopardy returned last night, and we What a bunch of questions and no home was the easy winner. So let's see how you will you do with these Now? The story is that one They cut the ribbon on one Vanderbilt yesterday on the East side, so near a grand central, so one. Vanderbilt is now the second Smallest. Ah, building in New York City. You know the number one tallest building, I assume is the World Trade Center. Well, you're good, you know, Number three Empire State building. Wait, wait More 30 to Park Avenue, huh? Okay, Empire State building is fourth. You want to guess what number Chrysler Building is Seven. I feel so much better do you don't you just like pushing that button? I don't even know what you said. Now. Chrysler Building Chrysler Building His 6th and 35 Hudson Yards is ah! His seventh. It's funny, I I could see that that one Vanderbilt off in the distance from Long Island here, we have a view from certain vantage points and I and someone said to me is that the Empire State does it? No, I don't think so. I mean it really Well, that's what it was. It was one Vanderbilt and the towers up there. So that's the number to size. Poor Empire State Building. Getting no respect. Well, way down. Yeah. Yeah, I would think Poor Vander building. What a time to open up a building when nobody's working in New York City, And then you would think they spent like $3 billion on this building, you know, back in. They dug the hole back in 2016. You know, when the economy was chugging along, and and now with so much promise, and here we are in 2020, and they're probably going to be, you know, scratching around just to get people to be tenants in this building. Let me get a good deal advantage. Now is the time to get a great deal. Yeah, maybe I heart radio will wind up there if we still have studios. I don't know. Yeah, well, what proven? Maybe only studios anymore or sincerity. Do you think Well, maybe one of Tio. Well, anyway, we're broadcasting from three different locations right now. Gnome is in the studio. So how is it? So what is it like You go in there every day, and they take your temperature? I know. Do you feel safe? Everyone wearing facemasks? You can't get the elevator. What's going on down there? Yeah, well, when you get into the you know, we've all been working together since March. Right? So maybe it's become a little lax and that people aren't wearing masks in the hallway. But when you get to the elevator absolutely. Mask goes on when you go downstairs in the lobby. Ask his arm, but I would say here, right when you say on our floor it's been we've worked together for so Natalie's in the studio to write, but we're all in separate rooms. That's true, so none of us in a room with another person. Now is the RU limited in the elevator to people before they say four. There's four dots dots on the four corners, but you would only be about a foot and a half from each other. But thankfully in the times that we come in out of the building, and there's really not that many people left in the building. There's no you know, I was talking to one of the guards, and I said, You know how many people come in on an average day, he said. Maybe 50 And I think the building building could have well over 1000 people. Oh, my goodness. And you know there's not a lot of people around because we have a Starbucks in our building. You could get it from the lobby and you could get it from the you know, outside of the street. It was Chloe it open for a while. And then it closed. So I asked that you know, because the front desk guys always know everything. They know all the gossip. I said, you know, did somebody get covert in there and did they have to close down? He said no corporate closed them down because they weren't getting enough traffic. Is that something? The guy in the corner, he finally came back? Yes, came back One day. Is he back now? Again? Coffee cart guy is back and thankfully is because the Starbucks that he's literally right. Maybe that's why I came back because I knew he came back for one day We put him on the air. And then then I heard he disappeared. I'm a very nice man. Then he came back from one other day disappeared for another month or two. And now he seems to be back regularly, You know, And this is a promising sign. If we're talking about something hopeful is not only is this coffee cart dieback, but the hollow guys, They're back on the corner as well. So they must be doing some kind of business or they wouldn't be out there every day. Man on as you know, I've been on Long Island since March. Michael Riedel has been broadcasting from the West Village in job, Arliss in South Carolina. I think the technology really is unbelievable. I mean, I've been told the people who listen to have no idea that we're not sitting in a studio in New York City. So except when your phone rings, but when the phone rings, I found out it was a relative who obviously doesn't.

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02:07 min | 1 year ago

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"No, Mladen is in for Michael Riedel and the boy the guest. Just keep on coming. We have Dr Ross coming our way. Just a moment, Gnome. Awesome love, Dr Oz. Yeah, we're goingto. He's back in the studio now for his TV show. So, ah, things they're trying to get back to normal with him, and and we're going to find out if Koven 19 is on our chicken wings. I mean, that's something we've all thought about rehab. Well, that is important. Actually, That was that was yesterday's show on Fox. Five at one o'clock Our big three stories today. Well, there will be a Thanksgiving Day parade. Ah, but no parade. So there'll be a Thanksgiving Day event run by Macy's on television on Thanksgiving morning will be basically virtual. They're not gonna have that balloon blow up party the night before on the Upper West side, but they will have some balloons attached. The cars parked around Herald Square area, no crowds because they're not coming down. The streets, but they will have Santa Claus show. I remember the very first time I was aware of the parade. I was so excited would said there was I said, Wow, it's amazing. Took time out of a scheduled the ripped in New York City. Yeah, I thought it was just for bed this so anyway, it's all in there. Santa's calling to say I'm coming back. Don't worry about it. I think they're going to call back so expected to ring again anyway. Keep forgetting to take the phone off the hook, and I'm I guess I should tell people I know that I'm on the radio. You have you think they know? I guess your friend don't listen, who knows what they're doing? Ah, also in the Big three today, other than my phone ring, nearly half of New York City students have opted for remote learning when school's open next Monday, so that's obviously going to be a big issue. And the Education Department as I mentioned before my local school district on Long Island, and you know, all of a sudden A couple of kids came up with Koven and some of the classes have been told. Stay home today, you know, school just open. Meanwhile, ah Pfizer is saying they could distribute a vaccine by the end of the year. Of course, the FDA has demons that he saved. I'm calling you. I don't know..

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06:50 min | 1 year ago

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"Wooo. Morning. Everyone on a Monday morning No. Mladen is filling in. For Michael this morning, Norm got a tweet from a listener name, Ron. Right? And he says to me, I think if the president told gnome he could have a full head of hair by tomorrow, he would go out and buy a comb and a brush. So I guess I guess I guess wrong things who you're buying what the president's selling a right, apparently. That's pretty good. I like that. That's funny. Where do you buy that? Kobe Brush Big three stories this morning. It is 50 days from today. Election Day, Joe Biden continues to lead in the polls. The president held an indoor rally in Nevada last night. That drew a lot of criticism. Also in the Big Three mask up starting today, If you don't wear a mask on public transportation, New York you can be fined. $50 and rounding out the Big three Well, the NFL season began in earnest yesterday. Some teams protest that, for example, the Jets they played in Buffalo. Neither the Jets nor the bills. Left their locker rooms during the national anthem. Ah, I don't know how I feel about that gnome. I think there should be a leaguewide policy there. Play the anthem Don't play the anthem Be there. I dont be there, but I don't know this ad hoc. Kind of letting the inmates run the asylum. I don't know if I'm in favor of, you know, I disagree with you. I think this is their platform. The football field is their platform. The basketball court is their platform, and they understand. That's when they have the most eyes and ears and so if they want to make a statement, that's the place to make it. Yeah, I just don't know. I mean, you know, because a lot of people have said the Ah Ah, kneeling during the national anthem is disrespectful for the flag. I don't know if I buy that argument. I think not being happy with Ah, with what's perceived as racial injustice. You want to make the country better? You're not anti Americans, so I have a lot of mixed feelings about all this, and I guess my bottom line is I think the players have plenty of time they can protest on days off in their own time. I don't know why you have to bring it onto the field up oil, because that's is that naive on my part, yes, because the eyes and ears of these most famous players the superstars like LeBron James or somebody like that is when they're on the court. That's when they have the attention of the American people. So If they're going to make a protest and show that you know that they, you know, say what they want to say. That's the place to do it. And why don't necessarily always agree with they have to say, You know, they have the right to say. Yeah. I just think sports should be. I think you know, we turned into sports to get away from the real world. And I I don't know if I'm in favor of bringing the real world in at all times. We always have to be subjected to political discussions. Why can't we just Why can't we just have some damn sports? You know, we've done it before We did it during the civil rights movements with the Olympians with their fists in the air as they stood on the podium, getting their medals. And when people feel like it's time to revolt or push back, that's a great place to do it because people are paying attention. And what you know you may not agree with them. I don't always agree with him. I think it is the right place to do it very interesting that you would take that point of view. Alright, I'm going to bring out our next guest. Ah. Her name is the cold. Galina. She's a contributing editor of The New York Post. And, Ah, her article very interesting. Ah, she said. We need more neighborhoods to revolt against City Hall. So she's calling for, you know, we'll ask her. I don't think she's calling for civil disorder. But ah anti city hall protests from neighborhoods in the coal. Welcome to the program. What was the Basis of your article. Good morning. Good morning. Um, thanks for having me on well over the past couple of weeks, we've seen both the Upper West Side and people in Long Island City. Sort of look. Att how poorly the de Blasio administration has handled the placement of mentally ill and addicted, vulnerable people. Man essentially just warehousing them in hotels with no supervision during the day, where, here on these streets, So if they're if they're still addicted to drugs, there's all sorts of temptations in in drug sales on the streets and everything else. So the way that the deposit Administration place these people at $200 a night by the way, not good for the people there allegedly trying to help and also not good for these neighborhoods where people you know, live and work, and they they, they're out with your Children. They're out going to the supermarket and being subjected to seeing open air drug use. Ah, sexual acts in a lot of physical and verbal assaults on streets. And so the good news. The bad news is that we still haven't fixed this problem. The good news is you have both. These neighborhoods organized themselves. You know, the Upper West Side a master the two separate groups of Facebook group with more than 15,000 people and a new community groups, the Westside Community Organization or West Co. Ah, took in $100,000 in donations, hired a lawyer and did manage to get the De Blasio's administration to say this is unacceptable. This is this is an unacceptable way to treat these men. In and to see this level of disorder on the streets, so the administration has at least close down these hotels. Now again, The bad news is, we're just still playing musical chairs with these vulnerable don't men. You know, we've had seven years of the progressive government spending more than $2 billion a year on the homeless and still not come up with a solution. But the good news is that it shows that even this city Hall will pay attention when people organize themselves. When they asked for us. This is a goal, So we need to be doing that in more neighborhoods. You know, I think they do respond, but only because it is the the wealthy Upper West side. You know if they move the shelter to bed Stuy where people don't have the money to hire a lawyer and people were working jobs where they have to be at their jobs during the day and can't be on streets Protest ng They can't win that homeless shelter will be put in their neighborhood and those drug dealers. They're there, so that doesn't seem fair. Yeah. I mean, I think what the criticism too. That is. Why do we have a progressive government that says if you don't have the resources to organize yourselves, If you don't understand how the levers of government work, then you were going to be subject to a quality life that's unacceptable. In other neighborhoods, and we see the same thing with violent crime, too. I mean, you know, it's kind of like a real tale of two cities here that if you're eating outside In a wealthy neighborhood. You're sitting at your outdoor tables. You're having a great time..

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02:29 min | 1 year ago

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"Cheering you on through another New York morning, Len Berman and Michael Riedel 7 10 W R on Michael's off this morning. No, Mladen is here Know my It's amazing coincidence over in Russia, you know whenever there's a critic of Putin All of a sudden they wind up poisoned. I don't know how that happens. It's just amazing to me. How many critics of Putin either wind up getting thrown off buildings or falling off buildings getting put the latest one. There's a guy Hospitalized is a big Putin critic. And they say they suspect he was poisoned. I mean, it doesn't mean that they realized that people can add one and one makes two over there. Yeah, I I wouldn't be a Putin critic. I know I'd give my mouth and others like him. But you could be a poet credited just would be flogged. That's anyway s O. We're talking before the break. I have to knock on wood that I haven't been nailed that I can remember for saying Something, you know, we all say inappropriate things. I don't care how high and mighty we all are. Everyone uses an expletive now, except for Natalie. Everyone uses an expletive now and again or or maybe use it. I'm sure you're very clean and proper all the time sometimes anyway, always in front of a mike, though That is my rule. That's the thing. Natalie is always admonishing us. Including Michael realizes, just assume, and he learned this. The first thing a broadcasting assume your microphone is on at all times. During commercial. We have a tendency to Been a little loose with our language and get you could get burned and Natalie's always saying never in front of a microphone. Even when you think it's off, you never know somebody else could turn it on. That's true. Ah, anyway, they I happen to know this gentleman. He's the longtime announcer the Reds. Thom Brennaman. I know his father's well, Marty, also long time Reds announcer and last night During the broadcast. Ah, hey, was caught coming back from commercial and he used the homo phobic slur I have nobody was talking about. This is what the listeners air of capitals of the world. So he was saying the F capital of the world. The F was a homo phobic slur. I don't know what capital of the world he was referring to, But he said it on the air, and then it was a double header. And I guess it came to his attention later, Ron and in the second game, Tom had this display to comment earlier tonight, that I guess.

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06:05 min | 1 year ago

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"Morning, everyone. Michael Riedel has the day off. No, Mladen is inform. We've opened up the phones. 803 2107 10. That's 800 32107 10. Are You really stoked for this Democratic national convention tonight? Or Do you have alternate plans? Whatever you want to talk about? We're here for you. Ah, lot of you are already on the line. Let's start with Bill. In Bradley beats New Jersey Hey, Bill, what's up? Good morning. Good morning. He's had the Democratic reporter on and he said, Like Joe Biden doesn't want to talk about his accomplished. They want all the accomplishments in office for 50 years. Shouldn't he have, like at least five accomplishments? Besides, like, drive in Ukraine, or get arrested, rot, met Nelson Mandela. Oh, that was a lie. So you probably know what I'm talking about That and on Then you could have Pamela Howard's talking about her accomplishments, hiding evidence. Putting black people in jail for smoking marijuana, and I just combined does that accomplishment is leaving office every time a lot, Richard and when he went into office Like joyride. Ronnie George drove on a plane coming back from China and never spoke to his son about a deal Now who are father and son Drive on Yo fly home from China. Get a $1,000,000,000 deal. I know what it is for his company and not not even talk about it. Not even mention it that does that seem logical to anybody. Well, you don't sound like a fan of the Democrats. I, by the way, your first point your first point. I don't know who said that Bite doesn't want to talk about what he's done. I think he should. I think if he's been in public service for so long, he should make a definitive statement of what he's done and what he's thought on what he's accomplished. I agree with you on that one didn't brought Dr Crane you should do is just sitting there bragging about driving it. You know, you should say, like, five to Ukraine. Nowyou want himto? It's ah. Now you want him to prove a negative, But I hear you, Bill. Thanks for the call. Appreciate it, Bob, In Queens. You're on Lenin. Michael on Michael. Free Morning. Good morning. Hi. Good morning. Listen, I could never more of those voters who could never vote for. I don't like particularly like buying. But I could never vote for Trump this man while he is the first president who's actually had a direct effect on my income. How, because under his tapping on the state and local taxes I lost approximately $3700 in actual tax revenue. Another one When you talk about people raising taxes, it wasn't the Republicans. There wasn't the Democrats who is my taxi. It was Republicans and anybody who thinks that 3400 down between 34 $3700 is not a lot of money. Well, you can pay me for that. Few other things I want to say to he wants to do away with Social Security. He wants to do away with Medicare. What do you think he proposing here about this new plan? We're going to stop the pain like a social six. Wake up people be the only people have to wake up and understand. This is the first step towards doing away with Social security. Now, the thing about the last time they tried this, I think it was a lot of clout back. I remember they actually made up to read the news off the Lord's money. But in general, the General fund That's not coming. He just wants to do away with it. Not make up any revenues. Here's another 1 August first, you were supposed to have a healthcare plan. Ready? This is all Get 16. There's no health care plan, Bob. Okay? Gotta gotta run, Bob, listen. Dated for two years. They had the house and the Senate and you know, all they did was try to vote down. Obama care the past four years, eight years, they've had all this time in the world. It didn't work. And you know when he talks about the taxes in his and having less money, Yeah, there was the tax write offs that remember early on in the Trump administration. New Yorkers could no longer write off some of this and that's salty. Yeah, that's what it was. And so now, But guess what you got to back. Remember, he handed everybody a 34 $100 check our $1200 Depending on where you were. Another one is in line, so you'll get that money back. I wish I only lost $3700 of the salt taxes that I didn't get anything back. No abs, So you know, I'm crock Cry your own story. You really Yeah, Let's go to Stephen Jersey City. A Steve What's up? Good morning, Jim and Glenn Over the years. I've been civilly count towards you, Um, civilly challenged. What does that mean? Well, it means not having some nice to you and my wife. She listened to the show and she's pretty, Pete. It me. And she wants me to publicly apologize. So I'm sorry way really Sure You want to call up and bash me, Seymour? Really? Well, tell your wife that she is not that It's just a fine woman in her own right. And I appreciate that, Steve. She is is OK. What you're apologizing for What is your what? You get laughter me on I've been. Oh, why was always backing you, And it's in that. And I wasn't some nights, so I feel bad. I should thank Steve. You're a hell of a guy. Call any time. Thanks to you Sell your wife, Vince in Port, Fierce Florida you're on with land, Michael. And let me continue by saying something nice about Len, I gotta tell you, I listen to you all the time. And you're one of the few people on the left actually listened to and I'll even call it because you have let everybody speak whether you agree with them. Or don't agree with him. And unlike a lot of people on the left, they don't do that. But let me get into my point. The previous caller doesn't understand one thing. Let me get on that real quick. New York State taxes had nothing to do with people live in Oklahoma. Nevada or anywhere. New York taxes are outrageous, because in New York, not because of Donald Trump, and what they did is they offset the high taxes by letting you deduct your state..

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03:13 min | 2 years ago

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"Mean, he really folk that up, didn't he won't baby you've been waiting. How long to tell that story all morning waiting on my Natalie that I would personally Where is Natalie? She probably believed you anyway. Probably did it anyway. I mean, your 80 years old and you have you should be flying in your in your focus should be running for president. You shouldn't be precisely. So what? So what happened to this guy? It's fine. Actually, they had to cut him loose. Okay. Good. I mean, you know You left us standing there. S O speak, his grandson said he feels really badly that he confused the tractor trails in the field for the For the For the way. I don't think that's something I would want to do, like build my own airplanes and actually flies. Why are you if you complain? Are you all right? It's a good point. All right time for latest news headlines as we approached 9 30 Joe Bartlett has the week off. Is he back Monday? No. Tuesday Oh, So you're her Monday to got me Monday, Unfortunately, because we're going to start another contest. So you are right. So what's the next one? Yeah, well, you be the judge on Monday. Listen, listen to this. This is really this is really heavy duty. We're gonna choose songs that mention either food or drink. Okay. All right, but we've eliminated one song was that What Now 99 bottles of beer on the Wall. 99 99 bottles of beer news time. Good morning to you know, Mladen. Good morning. Good morning, Michael Face. Four of reopening could begin in the city as soon as Monday. Mayor de Blasio Governor Cuomo will announced today if that will be allowed. If it is, the mayor says it likely will not include any indoor activities. Indoor should proceed on Lee with tremendous caution and very strict. Rules really distinct rules about how many people can participate and what precautions now than they were worried about a dramatic spike in cases around the country, he says. It's much safer to be outside. NYPD Chief of Department, Terrence Monahan says. The police and community have to come together. He's speaking out. After being injured by protesters during a demonstration on the Brooklyn Bridge Wednesday. He's a pure Atticus and this is what we've seen from day one groups that have infiltrated the black lives Black lives movement and have tried to hijack it. No. One suspect arrested for the attack, but was immediately given a supervised release. Dozens of New York City nurses touted his heroes during the pandemic. Now facing a battle with the city over parking tickets, they parked at least 19 street near a bus lane. But we're so crazed Amid the worst of it all, they could not come out to move their cars making matters worse, The nurses were getting not tickets on their windshield, but the kind that come from a bus lane camera and mailed to you so they didn't know they were getting. This was the middle dependent. I don't even think you understand. There is no time for bathroom breaks. There was no time for water. There was no time to even turn around. Your patients were crashing out. One nurse tells I would not right. No, of course. Come on..

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01:45 min | 3 years ago

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"Opinion. This AM nine seventy the answer. It is mostly clear. Forty two degrees. What's going on? We the answer. A few hundred Trump supporters rallied outside Trump Tower on Saturday to show their support for the president. As investigation comes to a close Nolan Mladen reports, the Trump supporters were decked out maga-, hats and waving American flags. Some were New Yorkers though. It seemed many more of them were from out of town. We have people here from from everywhere, we want to show them that their support up here in these liberal states because I tend to be forgotten about those taking part in the demonstration say, they are sure the mother report will show the president did no wrong. And that President Trump was right to call. It all a witch hunt no-one Laden NBC News Radio New York was confirmed to deliver remarks at the APEC conference this weekend. Despite boycott calls from some of the Democratic Party his honor plans to speak about the progressive pro Israel movement, which may just prove to be another example of a split between the left flank of the Democratic Party earlier this week move on called for democratic. Presidential candidates to forego the conference in sports in the NHL the islanders defeated Philadelphia. Four to the devils edged Arizona in a shootout two to one Rangers defeated Toronto to one in overtime preseason baseball. Mets Atlanta twelve to to the keys lost Toronto. Seventy three in the MLS. The red bull lost who Orlando one nil turned a chunk for traffic on the George Washington Bridge on the outbound upper level. We have three lanes blocked across the span for construction till ten Sunday morning headed delays back from the Harlem river drive at twenty minute delay still about eight ten to fifteen minutes away for the Holland tunnel. As you head in the outbound direction in ten minutes. Inbound from one nine no delaying at the Lincoln. You know know,.

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06:29 min | 3 years ago

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"W o r. Good morning, everybody. Joe Bartlett's Atlanta's off. Now, we're going to talk about Brian Williams has comeback in a second. But we were talking earlier this Michael Jackson documentary that sounds really really creepy. Some older men now have come forward to talk about the time that they were sexually abused. Stephanie Michael Jackson for this to come out. Don't you think has a four hour documentary too? But anyway, Danny called Danny from massapequa. He's got a Michael Jackson story warning, Danny? Hey, guys. We just set the stage if this is going back, I was on patrol in the city. I was working midtown. I got promoted at precinct in nineteen Ninety-three. So it has to be before nineteen Ninety-three. It was a Sunday morning me. And my partner was sitting in herald square and a car dead. Nothing was going on. And I saw guy walking towards my radio car. We didn't suit. Detective I got out. He says to me, what are they gonna do me a favor? I got Michael Jackson, and and he points to a van next to toys R us were parked in the loading dock. He's going up with his friend to do some shopping before the store opens. So there's not a big commotion. Would it be? Okay. If I talk in the loading dock. And I said, yeah, no problems, and he started to walk away. And look back in my partner in the corner. I said if he's got Jackson in the car, I gotta see that guy. I don't. I don't know if the allegations of anything was out at that point. But I go to follow the security the officer back. He's about fifteen steps in front of me. But he's not aware that I'm following him. He gets up to the side of the family style van and now he turns and this is what I'm seventy s on a police palm. I'm pretty shop. He's startled by appearance. I'm suddenly standing right next to a message fan, and I said to me a favorite pout. If you got Michael Jackson and advantages just wanna meet him, and he hesitates just open the door. He slides open the family door, and here I am staring in at it's a family van, but this seems to be a little bit more room than normal between the front bucket seats and the bench seat. I the family van at one point in. This seemed to be a little set back a little further. He's sitting in the van regular sitting on his lap sitting sideways was a ten or eleven year old boy, oh, man. How is the boy's feeder on the seat sidesaddle so to speak? He's got his hand on his boy. Crotch area. He looks up. He sees a uniform cop standing there. He throws the kid so fast that he hits the front bucket seats hits the ground startled a distance of about three to four feet. Now. I'm looking at I'm looking at Cesar Romero from the joke. I'm so stunned by his physical appearance that what I just described to. You doesn't go into my brain until it was over. I'm looking at this guy and his appearance. Look like Cesar Romero of the joke. Make up. Yeah. So I look at the guy and the security I shake my head and I walked back to the radio call my point is says Jackson in the car and for the first time my life. I'm absolutely stunned dumbfounded. I can't even say what this guy looked like. But then afterwards now when the moment is passed. They can I got four kids. I've coached a million space games in my life. I've transported kids all over the east coast for baseball team, my car, I have never seen a man sitting with a twelve year old boy on his lap sidesaddle with his hands up with a war. The moment was gone. It was absolutely nothing. I could do about it. But it wasn't even sure at that point. Now in retrospect, if the allegations had been out that timeframe fits in with what these two kids are saying between ninety and ninety in early ninety three to this day. It doesn't I wouldn't say wants me. But the look on that kids face and the look on Michael Jackson's face. I've seen a lot of things in twenty eight of the police probably this is what I take to the. All right. Thanks, dante. Wow. Yeah. Well, Michael Jackson was creepy looking exact role in the kid off his lap. They're just shows you how we operates. Absolutely. He's a little kid. We're going to go to toys R us. Just you and me. All to ourselves sit in my lap for a little while that security guard who opened the door. All right. Hey, Brian Williams could make a comeback from TV news exile, this is according to a report from page six and I remember the anchor was booted from the NBC nightly news in two thousand fifteen after it was revealed, he embellished his war stories. Remember, he said he was in a helicopter that was shot at in Iraq, and he was in the helicopter behind the helicopter behind the one that was shot up. So he had to resign from the nightly news while he got back to cable MSNBC the eleventh hour, Brian Williams. Apparently, though this eleventh hour with Brian Williams that comes on Levin o'clock at night is so popular it's beating CNN and Fox News. And now there's chatter over at thirty rock headquarters for NBC that Williams could move to a prominent primetime slot possibly replacing Chris Matthews at seven o'clock. I've come to the conclusion Brian Williams has done as penance let him use him. However, you think you can use him the best. He, you know, he lied about one thing here. Maybe a couple of things about Iraq, Richard Blumenthal. Lied about serving in Vietnam. And he's in the US Senate, and nobody says anything about oh, you can't be there. So I look I mean, he apologized. He went away to purgatory and he's done his penance comeback. I was never a big Brian Williams fan though, I'm well. I kind of a lightweight as an anchor. I thought so I tried to and then he tried to show the jokey side. Well, he he kind of made a little bit too much about him. It did it became the Brian Williams show said of the guy delivering the news, and there was sort of he was very pleased with himself at one point. I think that he was celebrity be pretty pleased. If you're in that spot to have that kind of ego. I don't have a big swelled had about those things really. What do you say? No. All right. Let's get the news. From now Mladen good morning. Good morning. Michael good morning. Governor Cuomo hoping Amazon will change its mind. They've already pulled out of a deal to build a second headquarters in Long Island city, but Cuomo hopes they will recommit I've had many conversations with.

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01:40 min | 3 years ago

"mladen" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Three and sunny at noon. Good afternoon. Noble Mladen, family members continue to camp outside the federal prison in Brooklyn where inmates have gone without heat for a week. They say they're worried about their loved ones inside the metropolitan detention center where the electricity is not worked right since. There was a fire there a week ago. I think it's it's unfair, and it's cruel. It's cool. And it's sad that we have to do a protest in order for little things to happen yesterday. The mayor's office dropped off blankets and hand warmers for inmates prisoners have been banging on the windows and flashing the reading lights to acknowledge the family members outside the jail. The jail's warden says the facility should have full power by tomorrow. NYPD cops searching for a man who stabbed a woman to death inside a building lobby and Ridgewood queens early this morning police say they were called to the Myrtle avenue building about one AM there. They found thirty five year old woman with stab wounds to her neck and torso. She was pronounced dead. A short time later at wycoff hospital. Police have now identified her as Jennifer Iroquois in of. Queens. Former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe, predicting current governor. Ralph Northam will be forced to resign over a racist. Photo of him from nineteen Eighty-four college yearbook that photo came to light this week one said picture with the black face in the clansman came out. There is no way you can continue to be the governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia north says the picture of a man in black face is not him. And he says he will prove it a dog that escaped while out for a walk in the city, and then ran through the Lincoln tunnel was found dead in New Jersey. Low a nine month old rescue from Puerto Rico went missing on Thursday afternoon at ninth avenue and forty second street. She was spotted in Hoboken police believe the dog may have been hit by a car.

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710 WOR

07:22 min | 3 years ago

"mladen" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Seven ten is an can anybody really figure out these successive Starbucks? I think I'm right. It's just because they're everywhere. It's you know, like if you're in New York City where you turn around there's a Starbucks there. It's twelve feet away. That's why you go there if it was half a mile, would you go there. I don't think. So I mean, it'd be so a wider than Dunkin donuts just do that. Why don't they open everywhere? That would help I would pro- those be honest Dunkin donuts coffee does taste better. And Starbucks has better donuts. Go figure this out. I don't know how that works. But that's because Starbucks doesn't make a meal by him somewhere. But the problem is you're going to Starbucks. The the people that worked they're pretty nice. They're all like perky, happy kind of college kids. And then you look around nice. Looking people are all sitting there and their laptops. And everything you go into a Dunkin donuts, it's the most depressed looking people I've ever seen. I mean, God bless the people that work at Dunkin donuts, but they don't they all they all look like they're gonna come at suicide as soon as you leave. They look so miserable. And you look around the crowd and Dunkin donuts this Nobody'd even owns a laptop within the little of sitting on one, and they're all kind of tight and cramped, but they're redoing these Dunkin donuts or no longer called that they just going to be called Dunkin. They've unveiled the new ones in Massachusetts, which is their home state. So I think they figured this out there making my more colorful, happier. Kind of fun looking just called Dunkin a bigger nicer. 'cause that's be honest that Starbucks. I mean, it's a pretty depressing. Look he's anybody ever suggest like to get this decorator for my house. I mean, they're look terrible. And anyway, take some calls this go to Fran and massapequa. Hey fran. Just got done laughing. You are so funny essentially say y'all get I was going to try to get in touch the White House. But I figured I got a better chance of getting in touch with us and probably listening to you. Anyway. So this is my deal. This is how you get these knuckleheads back on the on the wall and tell me that it's not I. And says I got a press conference tomorrow. We got some big news on the wall. I had a big meeting with some people on the other side, and we changed some conclusions. Okay. Everybody's going nuts. What's going to happen tomorrow? We had the conversation at one o'clock. He goes, right? Let's say we had a meeting with show my philosophy behind closed doors, and they break the money for the wall. Let's face. The old video of when they were pushing for video for years show Schumer and Pelosi were pushing for a wall, they were you can go get this video bomb called for the wall Schumer called for it Pelosi Clinton. Everybody was for the wall until Trump gets elected. Now, let's point out. They weren't really for the wall of the truth is and this is both sides. Republicans Democrats are both bought off by lobbyists coke brothers globalist special interest, K street business roundtable chamber of commerce to make sure the border stays open. They love that cheap labor flown in. So both sides have always been bought off. That's why Bush Reagan always talked about the border in the wall. And didn't never did the thing about it. And Paul Ryan most corrupt guy ever all of these people bought off. They you say why didn't Trump do this wall? When he had the Republicans in control of the house and the Senate because they're bigger enemies than the Democrats. It wouldn't. Have done it either. So. You go back you every candidate running Obama Clinton all made those speeches about build the wall secure the border, but they were never going to do it. So now, it's an even more vicious fight. Because Trump wants a wall, they don't wanna wall. If Trump demanded there'd be no wall on the border Schumer Pelosi would start building it tomorrow. So it's this is not really about a wall right now. Let's go to Vince in White Plains. Hey, vince. Hey, good morning, Mark. Yes. Fans extra taking my call. Thanks for making your call. Yeah. Very polite. Go ahead Vince talked about opposite of opposition research and Scholtz ready hit this morning on the internet. I forget which side it was. They found a book by fella named Capriccio. The Brooklyn mob and in the nineteen eighties shows had a weekly poker game with these fellas. Yeah. Jerry great writer, but the mob. Yeah. He did go to someplace where Ramab guys played poker. But in the nineteen eighties. If you wanted to go to a high stakes pope poker game that was it. You had to go to one of those mop games where else would you play founded obscure game from thirty years ago. And they and they figure shows now why would you do that? Because again, obviously, he's got a little bit of a gambling thing. And they have these high stakes poker games all over the place that generally mob run. And if you're a big big big money poker player, you want to do it in New York where it's not legal. You gotta go to these mob games. So parents. Schultz was into you watch the sopranos remember the executive game. The Tony ran member. Frank Sinatra junior played at it and the doctor played at it. They actually have those things all over the tri-state area. And it's always the mob running. Let's go to carry in Westchester. Hey, gary. All right. All you need to sky Masterson in Nathan Detroit that all right Mark in the wall. You know, the way you Chieveley Walter to the guys in their fifties. They'll think Pink Floyd you say Walter somebody young guys he is a basketball player named John wall. The bottom line is the country's being invaded Mark and twenty years ago. There was two people in this country who will fight in the invasion of America, patriot, j Buchanan and the legend Mike, God, Pat, Buchanan, remember that you're one of these Pat Buchanan calls they would call up talk shows and scream Pat Buchanan was the other one ten t- Tom tancredo, what was his name. Tom tancredo Steve from Manhattan. Remember that one? Yeah. These guys would call up every talk show and yell go. Go buchanan. Go Ken Schrader. You see how? Well, it did. Nobody's heard of these guys in twenty five years. But yeah, they did push for the wall. They were not part of the bought off Republicans or Democrats. Hey when we come back. Howie Carr will be with us the great talk show host when we nobody better at covering Kerry for all of these years, but we'll get to this phenomenon of these Bloomberg Schultz, these billionaires who get bored and business because they've conquered the business world. Then when they totally bored. They need a new hobby running for office. We gotta stop this this. It's ego. It's it's boredom. That's what's causing this. But we'll get to that. In a moment on seven ten W O R. Let's get all the latest news. Here's no Mladen Marka. New ABC news. Washington Post poll finds fifty six percent of registered voters say they wouldn't even consider voting for President Trump for reelection. And a third of Republicans want the party to choose someone else as the party's nominee two years after special counsel. Robert Muller was appointed to investigate Russia could be coming to an end acting attorney. General Matthew Whitaker says mother is close to completing his investigation. Whitaker says he's hopeful a final report will be delivered as soon as possible panic buttons could becoming taxis ridesharing vehicles here in the city city council considering the buttons which would let passengers alert police when they're endanger. But there are many unknowns about the idea, including if drivers would be required to foot the Bill for installation. Your next update comes at eleven o'clock. Breaking news at. Once start your day with Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning tomorrow morning from six 'til ten. I'm no one Laden on seven ten w awar- an.

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