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PSG knock Barcelona out of Champions League
"Leboeuf and julia raw small. Joe's voice thin it finished then. Psg one celona one pse advancing five two on aggregate. This will i saw was fascinating possible and obviously all over. Ps gps she would then take the lead for an invite pay penalty. Extraordinarily brilliant goal from lionel messi would see one one dan belly had a million chances he couldn't convert and then on the stroke halftime really the defining moment in the game leeann are messy having that penalty save and he just felt then boss. Lana run out belief in the second half. We didn't quite see this team. Is that fed to sally. That penalty save changed everything. Of course he did even more. So when you watch it and then you watch it again and you see mode godly encroaching and clearly encroaching and so therefore if you have a system in place that could take a look at this and say you know what this is not allowed. This is against the laws of the game so therefore the penalty should be retaken and the truth of the matter. Is that when you see this happening. You have to question how come. Vr can take a look at this and say no. That's okay it's good play on. I don't quite understand it and to your point did change the dynamic of the game because as good as barcelona were in the first half the second half years they had possession years. They seem like they were about to create something but never really would that sort of confidence that they really thought that they were going to be able to come back in this match. I just don't think that after messy and it's not only the penalties after messy misses a penalty that means for this team going into halftime. Coleman cannot get this thing going for the second half off joel's how you love var because farrah's clear the thing that amazes me right. You've got to review penalties kayla novels off his line. No he's fine. Who was made razzi. Did he encroach yes. Seeing coach retake just forgot the second aides to be fair watching on television. I saw throw variety was encroaching. And i really thought they're gonna take this one again and when they were checking. I don't think that check in just for novice. I think there must be checking for everything. I agree with you. I don't understand. Why didn't they didn't to be taken. I don't understand why they give the pse pronouncing the first place anyway. I would not have given the long lay stamp on cardiac either through there were shambles the tonight in paris it was to the advantage of psg. So i'm not gonna complain. Though the lack of consistency again showing a niece is quite dramatic. Really english officials. Frank plain english while while blamed english. I can blame mr taylor and these systems. But i can blame the the world of referees. Were doing crazy things. And and and talking about consistency. It's an consistent all the way and we can talk and debate everyday about the decision. I mean that's that's insane. I can't even discuss about the penalty in the first penalty for procedure. The first leg. Dissenting up into celona. I wanna know where in which kind of football we are going into giving penalty for crazy stuff. I mean the penalty. Cardi cannot get the ball whatsoever. Okay longley never look at e cardi. So he's not willing to make any foul on e. cardi but we still decide to give a penalty because e cardi because longley stems only cardi. Not doing it on purpose again. So what kind of football is that is not the football. I loved the football where you know something can happen. But because he's not around the area of the dangerous area we don't really care because it's what it is especially if he's not mean if he's not a on purpose. Why do you wanna give a dose of penalties. That's crazy for me. I don't understand well the encroaching stuff. It's even worse because we also that we all named it but how they don't want to see it just a question we'd have to add them and it's not because the english because i'm sure will be french. It would be the same. It would be germany would be same. So it's it's awful. The food we are we are seeing right now. We're watching rhino. He's not the kind of alike on top of what we see from the players.
"mr taylor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That's the latest time Mr Taylor. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room. Reverend Al Sharpton and State Senator John Liu spoke yesterday at the National Action Network's House of Justice, New York one reports they gathered to denounce the uptick in hate crimes against Asian Americans in the last year. Reverend Sharpton says the black community stands with the Asian American community during his difficult times. Morning, everybody in this country and we should not have laryngitis. While we see Asian Americans treated the way we have been treated in just the last week, the city has seen three violent, seemingly unprovoked attacks on Asian Americans. To ice rinks in Central Park will close after today fall out from the city cutting ties with the Trump organization. More from Bloomberg's Dinis Pellegrini, Woman and Lasker rings will be closing after today's sessions. Mayor de Blasio says the Trump Organization earns about $17 million a year from its contracts to run the skating rings as well as the carousel in Central Park and the golf course in the Bronx. The mayor says the city is looking for new vendors for all the attractions Instead, the Trump organization is appealing the move, but in the meantime, is preparing to clear the ice as of the end of the day today at that includes removing 1700 pairs of ice skates. Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg Radio, a company official, says Foxconn Technology group's new evey platform Is expected to help launch electric vehicles later on this year. That signifies major progress in the Taiwanese electron Ex giants push into the automotive space Chairman Young Lou of Fox Cons. Flagship unit Hawn High Precision Industry, spoke to reporters yesterday at the company's headquarters in suburban Taipei. To light vehicles designed using Fox Cons platform will be unveiled in the fourth quarter. The company may also helped launch an electric bus around the same time Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer, this is Bloomberg. You're listening to Bloomberg Business Week with Carol Measure, and Bloomberg Quick takes Tim Sten of it on Bloomberg Radio time I tweeted out this story. When.
"mr taylor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Tuesday's drawing. That's the latest I'm Mr Taylor. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room. Bitcoins rally has extended into the new year, the crypto currency, touching above $34,000 this afternoon in Singapore. OPEC plus meets on Monday. The alliance of Oil Producers led by Saudi Arabia and Russia must decide whether it can continue to restore crude supplies without crushing the price recovery producer spent most of 2020 working to achieve I'm ex crude last quoted at 48 52 a barrel with New York's test positivity rate edging higher. There's more concern about keeping schools open. We get more about that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. New York City teachers are worried about the safety of students and staff as city schools remain open even amid these rising covered 19 rates citywide. The positive rate on a seven day average rose to 9.39% yesterday. The Post reports. No, the mayor sees no reason to shut down completely again. And the mayor told NBC New Year's Eve that based on what he knows and on the conversations with healthcare leaders in the city, there's general agreement that schools should stay open throughout the remainder of the school year. In these Pellegrini Bloomberg radio When markets open up in New York on Monday, investors will react to Tesla's news this weekend that it delivered nearly half a million cars in 2020. That's a big number, but it is short of what Tesla said It would deliver by just about 50 cars, Tesla's said yesterday. The number could vary a bit and maybe slightly conservative. Where will stocks go in 2021 a vaccine for the coronavirus? Maybe a green light for gains even after last year's 16% advance for the S and P 500 index. Deepak Mira is head of investment at Commercial Bank of Dubai. We've entered the last state of the four. I don't think that it's too much of a concern at this stage. But as markets are concerned, that's what we're concerned in locating our client asserts into equities into risk castles. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer, This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg Business Week with Carol Massar from Bloomberg Radio. This week, a special holiday weekend edition of Bloomberg Business Week highlighting some of our favorite conversations from 2020 some of the standouts with big thinkers and that included one that talked about one of the big issues of the pandemic, which, as we know, took, of course, a physical toll of many people but also a mental one. Nice spoke with rising business CEO Tammy Irwin at the Bloomberg Breakaway CEO summit about this. Her team No started dealing with the impacts of the cove in 19 crisis in early January. I think about where we are almost a year into this crisis. What started as a I think a physical health crisis. I think it's increasingly becoming a mental health crisis for all of us, as we think about The duration of the covered crisis and uncertainty of how long it continues for. I think about when it first started in the first half of the year. I think we all thought just get to summer will be over. And then I think we thought it would get through summer and we get to school, the school your kids to go back to school, and now we're like, Whoa! When does it end? And we've had to really focus our efforts on how do we create a sense of hope? How do we acknowledge the anxiety and stress that people are feeling? And then how do we try to build it? An environment that allows our employees to do what they do so well, which is great resiliency, and I'd be clear on what successful applied so that they can lean in and feel confident that what they're doing is making a difference in defining the purpose of what they do every day. So tell me, how do you do that? Okay, so mental wellness. I know when you and I talked last week. We live in a society as evolved as we are that it's still uncomfortable for a lot of people to say. It's easy for me to say I'm gonna go to the doctor. I've got something physically wrong. But when there's something in my head that's not quite right. It's hard for us to admit as a society. How do you do it? Especially when we can't even talk face to face? We've got to do it Virtually. So how do you keep tabs on your teams that some of the individuals who may be having a tough time? Yeah. Listen, I I think it takes a serious of things to really open up that dialogue conversation. You're right. It's not a conversation we want to have in the open. We tend to whisper like Oh, I think somebody is having a hard time. I think historically, that's how we've dealt with it. And I think that what we're seeing is that we really have to put mental illness. Stress, anxiety, suicide addiction, all those things into the middle of the table and realize that they impact and effect everybody and the way that we collectively show open behalf of how we lift each other up and acknowledge and recognize the stress care for it. Help people get the resource is that they need to be successful has been really important. We've actually in our syriza of communication that we call up to speed, which is how we communicate broadly to our employees around the world, and we opened it up quite frankly, to anyone who wants to participate, But we've done a lot of highlighting of Some of the challenges of round mental health around suicide around domestic violence around child abuse around addiction to release eight. These are real, and they're happening in increasing odds because of what we've all been through in the last year. And here the resource is that are available to you and to your family into the community in which we live, and I think that's so important that we put a spotlight on it and make it okay to talk about. So you know, too, though, like I work for great company, too, And there's tons of resource is And there's one thing about knowing that there's a new array of resource is is another thing of making sure people kind of reach out and tap into it. So I'm curious whether it's through your line managers. How are you making where somebody says you seem like you're having a tough time I want you did. Kind of either pushed them and help them in terms of finding what they need. I didn't make sure Basically, people are having a tough time like tap into the array of resource is that you guys are offering up I think that's a very fair question of how do you really make sure it's doing and I don't e don't know. Do you always know that it's happening? But I can tell you that some of the framework that we've created has said we've done a quarterly pulse surveys, so we've asked our employees directly. How are you feeling? What more do you need from us is an employer to really deal with the crisis that urine. We've asked managers to then go through that feedback and work in action plan with their team more broadly, and with people individually. We've also used our performance management Cycler quarterly cycle of performance, manage to really touch in with employees and say, How are you feeling about your work environment? Thank you for inviting us into your home to work over the last six months because that's really what employees have done. We've found ways to celebrate the kids, The cats and the dogs there. In the background of the zoom calls the world Lyn. We've tried to ask parents to take some time to help educate their kids when they get up and get started in the morning. On. So we really worked to try to create that 1 to 1 relationship, the team relationship and then a broader framework of the tools that are available. The only know that if you asked the question, we've created a dialogue of uncomfortable conversations for the purpose of getting comfortable. Their employees have what they need to really feel successful. Checking with colleagues and team members. So important so key during this time, that was Verizon Business CEO Tammy Irwin. You're listening to Bloomberg Business Week still to come..
"mr taylor" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"You, Mr Taylor. Oh, what can I do for you? The chief of Police call you? Yes. I've been expecting you. He told me that your story would be of interest to us here at the FBI. You know about the extortion note? Yes. Only I see it, please, of course. Here. Thank you. My husband doesn't know I'm coming here. In fact, he doesn't know I have the letter. I understand the night he received it. I asked him to turn it over immediately to the police. But Of the election is so important to him and all You wanted time to think it over. This was a week ago. Yes. This morning. He received the second letter. I know this because I recognize the handwriting. Yes. Going. So is he ready? He left the house. I have a feeling, Mr Taylor that he was on his way to pay the money. Where is the second note? My husband took it with him. Well, that undoubtedly told him where to leave the money. You tried to locate her husband today? Yes. Couldn't find. Did you check to see if he'd gone to the bank? No. Well, we'll get on that. It wanted Mr Taylor. Yes, but I know I betrayed my husband's trust and coming here at all. Mrs Graham, you've done him a great service. I just hope you're not too late. Right? Yeah. Crime is it? Um, almost 4 36 would be getting here by now. If he's coming back at all. Do you mean now? $10,000 is a lot of money. Don't worry, my dear. I crossed the boy completely. They're your team. That must be him. Now. Let him in. Please. Right. Look, all I do around the door. Oh, How are you, Mrs Martin? Hello? Look, I got the dope. Well, come in. Thanks. Well, everything went. Okay. Good for you. Check is the package splendor. You see, I already told the paper and looked inside this real dough in there. All right, Grace, Open it up in counter, please. Okay, well What do you think of your pupil now, Mr Lorton? From my standpoint trick you've done the most excellent job. Thanks. You wrote two letters. You mail them. You also collected the money. That's right. However, from your standpoint, I'd say it didn't turn out so well. What do you mean where you were a little careless when you wrote those letters. The chances are you left a few fingerprints. But you didn't tell me to look out for that. I know. Is also a very strong likelihood that you were seen when you took the money from the car. Hey, will What is this? I'm just pointing out the mistake's you made. If the authorities have called in on this, they'll undoubtedly pick you up. Mrs. Lawnmower. What is he saying? What I hoped he'd say right from the beginning that you were stupid. And after letting use Now, wait a minute. I wanted to learn check, but I didn't want to be framed. Neglected to tell you that was part of the lesson you doing where you are? Would down that gun. Sorry, shape, just the world. Right? I'd say he's earned his diploma. We.
"mr taylor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Far for the mega millions and around 279 million for Powerball. Mr Taylor. And I'm Susanna Palmer In the Bloomberg News Room. Chinese regulators ordered Jack Ma's and group to return to its roots as a provider of payment service is threatening to stem growth in its most lucrative businesses of consumer loans and wealth management. The People's Bank of China told aunt executives over the weekend to quote rectify the company's lending insurance and wealth management services. PBOC stopped short of directly asking for a break up of aunt before regulators intervened earlier this year and was poised for a public listing that would have valued it at more than $300 billion. Investors aren't quite ready to put this chaotic here. Behind them. There is one more lingering risk event to worry over, and that is the final races of the 2020 elections that have spilled into next year. More from Bloomberg's Dinis Pellegrini options and Volatility futures are signaling concern over potential market turbulence resulting from the results of the January 5th runoff races in Georgia. It will determine whether Republicans maintain control of the Senate turn up. The focus on this runoff and demand for hedges to protect against volatility is centered on uncertainty over how investors should position themselves ahead of a Joe Biden presidency Colin analyst Chris Kruger, writing in a note last week, it's impossible to overstate how important these elections are for this size scale. And speed of 2021 fiscal tax and regulatory policy. Julian Emmanuel, chief equity and derivatives strategist at B T. I G has a year and target of 4000 for the S and P 500 index. So what are the risks to that outlook? For some reason, the stimulus didn't get past you could see a challenge of 3000, perhaps below. Conversely, if we do get what we expect you could overshoot to a size 4500. The S and P. 500 was last quoted at 37 03. Global news 24 hours a day on here and on Bloomberg. Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer, This is Bloomberg..
"mr taylor" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Black community leaders and the 47 Year Olds family. I saw Mr Taylor put his hands in the air. That was my baby. That was my love. I mean, we get everything together, you know, way. Come to fight. Yeah, all right. He got some warriors. Yeah. This week, A wrongful death lawsuit filed by Taylor's family was settled with the city of Seattle admitted no wrongdoing. Agreeing to pay the family $1.5 million over Taylor's death, which judge ordered to trial a couple of weeks ago, pointing questions about whether Taylor actually had a gun for Taylor's family. It was a huge moment, the settlement that's a measure of justice there. You know, As I've said to others, they can say all they want that. They're not admitting guilt. But you're not just giving away $1.5 million to anybody, you know, closure and I told you so, You know, he actually never had a gun. So you know that would have solved some problematic issues with that In the moment, he said, Yeah, this Dick's order trout. I think they were You know, a little fearful. Andre Taylor Chase Brother so outraged over his brother's shooting that he launched the anti police violence nonprofit not this time and led the efforts to get 9 42 the ballot and overhaul our state's police accountability system. One of the most important things Let me just say What I've tried to teach Anna Is that you have to build relationships. That things move to relationships and not be afraid to be a to have a conversation with somebody that you disagree with. Because, you know, I don't feel like I have to agree with somebody 100% of the time in order to deal with him. And so that was the philosophy I used from day one. And we build relationships even with law enforcement and Politicians and And through those relationships way we're able to get people involved in an ongoing fight for Andre, including over the summer during police protests on Capitol Hill, where Taylor worked as a consultant or streets are for the city of Seattle as one of the few people in the state to be able to both protest for change in the streets and also work with the other side towards change. Andre recently stepped back after a fight with covert 19 that had him close to death. As he continues to focus on his health. He will stay largely out of the public eye as we head towards the next legislative session, where police reform is expected to be a high priority. For now, he's happy to have the closure. The settlement with the city has provided. I think it's phenomenal. And I think for the community and for the city and the state, there's many lessons that have been learned. Perseverance is one of the most important things. Radios. Hannah Scott 8 11 Seattle's Morning news. President Trump's attempt to unloosed the election is Trevor Noah put it continues to go badly. A federal judge last night dismissed a lawsuit brought by a Wisconsin Republican official to de certify the election results. Showed Joe Biden had beaten President Trump in order to that the governor would not transmit to the little, the Electoral college the certified results, although he's already transmitted them, and they were also trying to get an order for the governor to instead transmit election results that declared Donald Trump to be the winner so the Legislature would basically usurped the popular vote. The chief US District Judge, Pamela Pepper wrote in her decision quote Federal judges do not appoint the president in this country. The court will dismiss the case. And political reports that before Joe Biden moves into the White House, the building will get a deep cleaning because of the approximately 40 covert 19 positive people. In President Donald Trump's inner circle. U. S government and 48 States have filed antitrust lawsuits against Facebook. The New York attorney general, Letitia James, is heading up the lawsuit for the states and says the company has been blatantly bullying competitors. In an effort to maintain its market dominance and social networking. Facebook has employed a buy or burry strategy to impede competing. Services by or bury, buy up competitors or either absorb them. It just make them disappear. Facebook used vast amounts of money to acquire smaller rivals. And potential rebels before they could threaten the company's dominance. Billions with thrown it smaller companies in an effort to get them to sell the two most glaring examples of this unlawful scheme where instagram and what's up. So is there a viable antitrust case here? Here's CBS news Legal analyst Plane Roosevelt. The antitrust laws are designed to prevent anti competitive business practices. That drive out competition simply on account of scale, meaning. How did you get so big Facebook and because of your dominant position in social media? Are you making it impossible for other companies to compete with you? This has happened with oil and telephone companies in the past, and even once with Microsoft in the early days of the Internet, and the bad news for Facebook is that Democrats and Republicans seem to be In agreement on this It is 13 past and o'clock traffic in the moment first, let's get the car was seven Pinpoint forecast. And here is clear, Anderson. Good morning. Well, it is a foggy start for a lot of us across the Pacific Northwest this morning with mostly cloudy.
"mr taylor" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Mysteries november twentieth. Nineteen forty five. I'm mine was really the secret meetings that let me bill in hell. Those meetings would go over the plans for a house. My house and helen. I had killed my best friend of my wife inspectors rome. I wanna confess. I killed him. I killed them. Dylan killed who. Don't look at me like that. You know who. I'm talking about my partner and my wife. I tell them last night now. I'm ready to take my punishment. All come down mr keeler. You've had a hard time. We realized this thing has been a great shot. Homicide squad. Doesn't jump to conclusions. Mr taylor we made a third checkup on your back. That's my background. Got to do with it. Well we know you spent three months in a sanatorium recuperating from an collapse now on top of that this unfortunate accident i tell them we checked every move. You made since you left the office here. You must know you know. You took the five o'clock train of buffalo permanent not calling. Why even told us how he brought you a glass of milk at midnight. Two hundred miles away from the off. The accident happened a detective away. Shaking his head sympathetic. My mind was in a tunnel. I committed the perfect crime boomerang went home. The house on the cliff was empty everywhere. I look. I saw helen photograph on my desk. A red tipped cigarettes ashtrays to happen because side by side on the living room tape was desolation and tennis and it would be like this list of there was one way out. I always kept a loaded gun. The desk i.
"mr taylor" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Grassy area in between an on ramp and the interstate. But Mr Ables car ended up in the Gore Mr Taylor pulled over in his car in the emergency lane and was actually on the phone with 911 when Mr Abel retrieved a rifle from his car and approached Mr Taylor's car and began screaming at him and pointing that rifle in his face and subsequent to that Mr Taylor pulled out his own nine millimeter handgun and fired four shots. And Mr Abel striking him and he was transported to the hospital. But Dodge shortly later after Wow, so presumably okay, they're getting into a fufu Know f You car crashes. He gets out the car. I'm going to tell that guy I wrecked my car when given a piece of my mind, and I'm gonna scare here a little bit of sticks the gun in the car. Sometimes in life, Rob when you pointed a gun at someone else, that person has a gun themselves and this guy shouting, right? But, you know, I can only assume that Mr Taylor was scared to death of that, But I think this is the very reason a lot of people choose to carry guns. Because you never know one. Somebody's gonna react this way and stick a gun in your face. And you know the Crazy thing about this. It turns out, Mr Abel the rifle. He was carrying a 30 aught six hunting rifle, but it wasn't loaded. And it had a trigger lock on the trigger of the rifle, so he couldn't have shot it. Even if he wanted to, Um, this gun was For all intents and purposes disabled but fact it didn't have bullets in it. And they had a lock on the trigger. However, there is no way Mr Taylor could have known this you certainly the trigger was in Mr Ables Hand and so you can't tell from our rightful by looking at it, whether or not it's loaded And I certainly couldn't have seen the trigger lock from the angle. The gun was being held by Mr Able, So, you know, understandably still, like you know, five was in Mr Taylor's place. I got to think that I probably would have done the same thing. But, you know, Mr Abel was acting very aggressively, both in the driving and then when he exited the vehicle, there were some female bystanders that had stopped that witnessed the wreck and they were telling him Um, you know, you don't need to act this way. Calm down something to that effect, And he stated, I'm going to kill the guy that did this to me and then got out of his car with the rifle actually pointed it at a different bystander who had pulled over after witnessing the wrecked And asking that he was the one that wrecked him and scared that I'll have to death. I'm sure there's actually a bunch of photographs from bystanders that have, uh, this fellow they walked up to Mr Taylor to see if he was okay. I'm sorry, Mr able to see if he was okay. Um, jumping out into expressway traffic in order to get away from Mr Abel on his rifle. And it's after that, that he approaches Mr Taylor's car. And there's more by standard photos of Mr Abel shoving his rifle in the window of the of the car that Mr Taylor's driving the next thing you know, the Pictures capture Mr Abel on the ground in obvious distress. So are you going to be charges filed? No, That's I mean, it. Sure sounds like this was justifiable. Yeah, that's you know, Kentucky Law makes it very clear that number one you don't have a duty to retreat about. The Mr Taylor could have retreated because he was seated in the driver's seat of his car, so we really didn't have any place to go. Um, but also that you were allowed to then you're justified in the use of physical force on another person. If you believe your life is in danger, and I'm understandably Mr Taylor had a rifle barrel pointed in the face. He's literally down the barrel of a rifle. I can't imagine what else would be going through his mind Other than this guy's about to shoot me now under Kentucky. Well, he's justified in the use of force, even deadly force. And so there will be no charges filed against him. Now is either Mr Abel or Mr Taylor, given a statement or sending thing to please or you or anything. Well, Mr Ables to see so he don't know if I don't write that he had passed away from that. Okay. I knew he was in hospital, but I know he went to the hospital, and he I'm not sure if he don router, died at the hospital, but he didn't make it long enough to give a statement. 16 I believe was talking when he got into the back of the ambulance still, but I don't think that lasted much longer. And I know that no police officers had an opportunity to ask him any questions. Um, Mr Taylor was taken into custody and brought back to the police department, where he met with detectives for several hours. And I didn't request an attorney talked to detectives told them everything he knew. And then after consulting with me, that's when we made the decision to turn Mr Taylor loose While we finished our investigation, Make sure everything Panned out the way then he said it happened and police interviewed over a dozen witnesses involved in this case than observed various parts of this case for right police in Kent County police Did a heck of a job, really bringing us all together as fast as they did, But it's you know, unusual situation that got a lot of attention caused a big stir because of where it happened. Things like that are very rare in Kent County, especially in that part of town. Um, so understandably, there are a lot of people want to know what's going on. So I think it's important that we get this information out there. Let everybody know Exactly what happened and what the situation is, and you know that's something that I think people can have come to expect in Kentucky, ING and Kenton County, and it should be that that way everywhere that if a person points a gun in your face, and they're not lawful and their decision to do so that you're entitled to defend yourself, and that's exactly what happened here. No question about it. I just think it's incredibly sad and stupid, too. You know the guy he's going to get out of here. Over a yelling back and forth. Somebody swerving on the highway, Okay, even an accident And he's going to grab a rifle that he knows you can't use. But I'm gonna show I'm a tough guy gonna go there. I'm going to show that I'm gonna scare the hell of this. Scare the hell out of this guy. Well, as I said, they open the show here. Sometimes you point a gun, someone that that person had points, one right back at you. Yeah, it's just I mean, this guy's family. It's gotta be. Are you kidding me? You know, like he's dead now, because he's so stupid. He's gonna pull a rifle and try to scare this guy and the guy was completely justified. Knew when he shot back. It's just you know, you're subsisted, sad and stupid as Arkansas. It's definitely sad. It's very unnecessary. You know, Mr Abel, but whatever reason brought about his own death, we, you know, have our suspicions about whether or not alcohol, potentially any other substances were involved because there were Empty liquor bottles found in Mr Ables vehicle. But right now, toxicology is pending in Hamilton County Coroner's office, So we'll have to wait until they're done with those tests before we know for sure. Do we see a lot of this kind of thing, Rob, we're talking to rob Sanders. Ah, it just seems to get worse and worse. I mean, not obviously to escalate to this stage, but man Road rage. It seems to me to be a big problem. You know, Eddie, I hadn't worked a fatal road.
"mr taylor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Been a special report on Mr Taylor. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom President Donald Trump's positive Corona virus test stirred up more turbulence in stocks yesterday two days into a month infamous for its volatility. It's unclear what path trump stillness will take, and the uncertainty will only further unnerve already jittery investors. VIX Index of Volatility Index, known as Wall Street's Fear gauge, jumped on Friday by the most in a month before appearing its gains. Even so, the S and P 500 posted gains of 1.5% for the week, its first gain in five weeks. Lawrence, our assistant professor of emergency medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, says doctors are hitting trump with everything they've got right now. These novel therapeutics that we're seeing being used Some are still experimental. And so I think what we have to understand here is he's getting everything we have, but that there's not much there. Sour was interviewed this morning on Bloomberg Radio, while New York City tries to quell a spike in Cove. In cases as many as half of the city's nearly 24,000 restaurants and bars could be forced to close permanently because of restrictions imposed to date. We get the story on that from Bloomberg's Gregg Jarrett. The Wall Street Journal reports that in the city, which was an early hot spot for the virus, the restaurant industry has struggled since the state required establishments to close in mid March. Except for delivery and take out before the pandemic. The industry employed roughly 318,000 peoples were out the city's five boroughs in April. That figure dropped 91,000 Jared Bloomberg radio. The UK and the European Union agreed to step up their negotiations over a post Brexit trade accord following a crunch call between Boris Johnson and the blocks leadership in which they both renewed their commitment to getting a deal done. There are less than two weeks before the prime minister's deadline to secure an accord. Double news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer, This is Bloomberg. This is the business of sports from Bloomberg Radio. Thanks so much for joining us. We're here each and every week for you at the same time talking to the biggest names in sports. I'm Jason Kelly, along with Mike Lynch and Michael Bar. Let's get back to our conversation with MLB Network president Rob McG. Larry, We've talked about it on this program a lot, and we've talked Tio players at the least of which is Trevor Bauer, who I think we could all agree, does not lack personality and does not like some. Some takes on things. But it does feel like baseball has been and I say This is a long time baseball fan and I do think about the idea that baseball is a little bit more for, like a better term sort of conservative, especially when you put it against, say, the N ba where the players have really embraced a lot of these Mohr. Candidly forward thinking and fan forward and fan engagement type initiatives. Why do you think that is and how to you going beyond some of the things you've talked about? Continue to sort of used the media landscape to change that and give these guys an opportunity well constructed with the pandemic have been a lot of things that haven't been good. That's quite the understatement. But it has provided an opportunity for people to be open to trying new things. Right. So in baseball this year we have seven inning double headers. We have the runner. Guarding on second days in extra innings. We have the universal th those were implemented this year because of the pandemic, but I think one of them that happened. Some of things were considered to some traditionalists like Oh, my gosh, you're ruining the game and You now what you have his people like you know what? That's not go back. And maybe it's even better than not so bad, Nate. Maybe. And, you know, maybe I like it like you know, we do. I have a show focused on Analytics called El Me now, and we have a mix of foreign players. Insiders are host very analytically inclined, and he recently just had a couple of guys and they did a poll. On those changes, and most of them people were like so much that they would want to keep them now there's always going to be from some folks that are useless in like, no, I like the difference in The leads between the D h not th but I think the larger You know, message that hopefully, you know? Ah. Everyone fans, players exactly will take him. It's okay to try change. I got to bring up some of the cool nuggets that you guys have about the technology and during the playoff games You guys have what's called the speed camp, and it's It's set up where there's a track on top of the dugout and you're following the player heading to first base, and I love that thing. And you can you talk more about that? Yeah, again. That's another example of trying to look at the landscaping in the pandemic is saying, Okay, we can't do certain things. But But what? What can we do so that camera with something that we talked about doing for quite some time? But because it runs across the dugout. There've been a couple of times when where, When we propose that the clubs they're like, you know, it might get in the way of the fans and things like that. So we've been pitching it. We actually did it in a college game this winter. Between Vanderbilt in Michigan, So we had it. We had a kind of test and then this year since there weren't any fans, we went back and will be and they approved it for a game that we didn't Anaheim early this year, and we're going to do.
"mr taylor" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Mr Taylor for your columns as a fellow south Carolinian yeah by hi hi Larry I came to the bay area more than half a century ago specifically because of my experience going out in the south and ends in what I consider to be the heart of the beast I want to thank you again the there's so much that I could talk about in this context I was an activist and sixties with S. DO certain they've been arrested what about many times but but dictate the simple questionnaires about that which I've been wrestling so much now is what can what suggestions might you offer as to what we can do now what I am going to do is to write a letter to my local police chief in San Rafael now I'm gonna walk a letter to the police department and offered to police person and the letter more like knowledge the difficulty of their job in here at lake and the risks and also request that day on that day I understand and that they commit to changing the way that they engage with people of color but what what else is possible what what what else is possible yes thank you so much for your call this morning and South Carolina a represent representation out here in the bay area I like to hear that I would also.
"mr taylor" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Up. The ultra lightweight tournament. The company warm Out as we go through the balance of this kind of first half of the week with the temperature was steadily more moderate correct certainly Wednesday. I pretty much all the way through the next day and even in early learning alert or going far removed below zero conditions. That's going to be pretty well for north breath. Yeah the authors mark means getting. Well I think it works it the working in March twenty take this morning from seven to the people to post concert. Certainly April seventy. We could lose money on teams that won the Ad Network whether thank all the moderates. From what Mr Taylor take. Over thirty s overnight lows the continuing running in the reported portion patient took over slowly eastward the mid West in in a little real cold air system The moral for US fifteen will likely take early next week of.
"mr taylor" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast
"I will admit. Yeah. Teller north jersey guys hem, and Mr. Taylor made it so that's why we we had we had. So I did feed you all last time you were here too. And every time you come in. You have to have food because my wife insists on it. She's every time coming you have to have them. We have a poker game here. And I'm like that with them give them pretzels and everything like that. And she goes, no, you have to have food for them. So she usually has a big sumptuous meal for them. She. I wanna make sure we had she's fantastic human. She is she. Definitely keeps you grounded for sure we would all be drunk idiots down. This is true. So welcome welcome to my world down here and always pleased to do these broadcasts. And please to do Jeff who has a anniversary coming up. I little I don't have news written down. Rob. I don't have anything written down next week at this time. Will be preparing for the first night of the Atlantic City brew fest. Yeah. Well, we're up to what is it hundred and two breweries now hundred bro risk going to be there now hundred two breweries in the state and the state. Yeah, have licenses goes talk is brewing ready to open. Accent arrow is brewing. Getting ready to open one other person is Necker woods Burling. But what's yes, they start? I saw there. They started brewing and one hundred and two and their equipment was actually featured on s brew tax website the other day all of the fantastic equipment. They have. Yeah. So we got a lot of great stuff. Great stuff going on. Again. We got the Atlantic City beer fest next week can be amazing. It's going to be an amazing brew fest. You know, rob you and your jersey beer, guys. Girl are going to be there on pod podcast row as south jersey beer scene..
"mr taylor" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show
"The Cowboys in the past. I just don't see a great fit. And I think if was there would have happened by now. Yeah, I don't. I didn't realize he turned down a five million dollar deal from the Browns and say what you will about the Browns. And it has certainly been said, but like that's a team that really does project to be if not a playoff a, you know, a playoff competitor, then at least greatly improved this year. And that I think that there are a lot of teams that might that might really enjoy to have a quarterback pairing that is as good as. To rod Taylor and the number one overall pick in the NFL draft. Like that's a, I feel like the Browns might be okay this year we're, we're going to have a talk about the the Mr. Taylor situation during the break here, and then we're gonna come back with more. Go Barnwell show in a moment, but first guys, no matter what you do in the bathroom to get ready, no matter what you're doing in there. No matter whether you have hair like some of us do not. But some of us do whatever you're doing in the bathroom Dollar Shave Club has everything you need to look feel and smell your best. It's not about just razors. It's about all kinds of things. It's about the bookies Pacific Pommie again, I don't need it. My hair was styled for me by nature. But if you're someone who has their number one, I'm jealous of you've number two. You can use the palm it. If you have the big cloud, good shake, hand cream, your skin's going to be softer. You don't have to worry about having rough gross sandpaper hands. You know me. I'm a simple person. I, I love.
"mr taylor" Discussed on The Dave Portnoy Show
"Oh they're one zero episodes i wanna talk it's the director's cut union wants the realestate mr taylor here's the thing i think it's like most people would watch that and say oh i'm watching like at directors cut or an extra added bonus feature that's crowd and nothing against the regular applicable to whatever could director cut you're making brown like i had a dream and there would be a little things on the screen and it never really happen and i deserve an apology because it did happen what was towed politics you watched it you you that episode you're talking about exists i apologise but i do think you are quite detached if you thought that was the actual epas there was just too much on the screen and really what you're saying which i can live with your thing there were i would crowd of foolish to think that this is the way they get the these episodes who could it be battle lou tipline and things to meet you know something you are dreaming that they didn't happen we should reach to agree we agree on that that happened and i did not dream it but i do to your little foolish to think that was the actual epa that may be so but it did happen now all i want i worry knowledge meant it how not out of my mind you not out in mind thank you all right that's mike taylor esquire always a pleasure added on.
"mr taylor" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Yes i go to decide lo i didn't i went to server i say that i was its on us there on a bit mahamadou air nope are or are we might grandma port murmur invesco boost air nope because it was in no time out as it were meant that man told me he's gonna kill me area of our our bruce norma going back with wait a few plays and goldberg as a as a move on my burner player get don't call that play no more so can run one for us the marooned again i'm a rookie i'm gonna this my first year so after the games over a go over to my say mr taylor as one apologize minutka hey dobrica cosic man he say on this joker cemented don't do we like them so you know that was my welcome to the fao first day for for opening day of the football season it has a great story so you went we were talking about there's a story this week and i believe this to be true that robert kraft knows what tom has done to his net worth of your he's changed in rob by the way roberts a very successful guy but now he's an icon okay robert kraft is the most known owner not named jerry jones in that i think robert kraft stepped in and just said were this is white garoppolo and berset good players garnered not much for draft picks and i think robert kraft till bella check listen i haven't done anything i let you on this franchise you ain't trading tommy do you believe that to be true i don't think the award a true term i don't believe that at all but i'll say this much you're you know how much tom brady means to robert kraft and how much robert kraft a tom brady because we in israel robert kraft said the applied for all the all in like build like fifteen hall of fame guys to go were families and more went when i was one of the guys who win and and robert crap i gotta say is one of the masses.
"mr taylor" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"That one didn't hit either in fact withdrawing board and anderson did a third approach and this one was really a much lighter approach to the whole thing it actually featured walt disney himself acting as a tour guide via prerecorded tape segments and he was leading guests to a ghost wedding 'cause it was a much simpler story line uh but that way they could incorporate lots of ghosts without having to work up lots of backstory for each of them because they were all just attendance at this wedding his fourthstorey idea tickets inspiration from the 1949 disney animated feature the adventures of ibadan mr taylor food the second part of the film was an adaptation of the legend of sleepy hollow and anderson thought the story needed to have the headless horseman provides fertile ground for this onto manchin story line so a great deal of this treatment involved using foley affects to create the sound of the horsemen's who feats following guests along their tour i'm imagining it like monty python would not be funny early nami scary it would be very silly well that scary and silly comes up yes later on so the wedding concept was also there in this idea and the guests were famous monsters like frankenstein's monster and dracula the bride mademoiselle vampire would get a case of the jitters not sure whether she wanted to mary most your boogeyman and just as the chaos was reaching a feverpitch a tour guide would escort the park guests outside to safety.
"mr taylor" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"I don't know that he has more weapons at his disposal mr taylor that is because proctor and gamble hit a new 52 we kind today's session it's hard sort of hard to make the activists case against the stock that's doing so well in the market and i thought it up on that brought it up no no he was just saying look what mr posselt's is using his old information i come back and say but to spotters up so much so that didn't know it mr belts using older from age so i've been even when i say was a defender of proctor's i have been sis 1983 he was just not going there as much as he was going to say that tryon and nelson pelts or not a good fit for the proctor board jim congrats center eagles yesterday well let me ask you a question put your old jim kramer trading cap on is proctor and gamble given their growth at twenty one times ford earnings this is just too expensive ear you know what i i i've gotta take first of all thank you for that a nice words guy about the eagles which is very important no it's not because i think that you know what i think the numbers guy are are too low in part because of the of the weaker dollar but also because the innovations working in china which i think matters now this whole complex as you know is trading at a level that is far beyond what we fought but there is a bid underneath for mr pelts at the same time i have tremendous faith the proctor and gamble that mr mr taylor's running is a very different proctor and gamble from eight six five years ago.
"mr taylor" Discussed on The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth
"Like you break the huddle and first off warne steelers is down there froth and the bit you know the mixtures right leg whatever you're on i'd like to have half of it and then all sudden you break huddle and they call counterplay call 77 counter which as a right gore with a played in washington means i'm pulling and i got a trap the mental and scrimmage and as you ready they call the huddle near whatever the whatever the formation is seventy seven counter onto onto ready break got a new flip around you walk out beano your old bad ray played in the nfl and you're ready dispense justice and then you look denval the analyzed scrimmage in you know going gotta pick out and canada's glance down there see who i got a trap in all sentence lawrence taylor just got foam coming out of his mouth is is look like saucers like coffee cup saucers and you just know like oh shoot like and you know this collision is going to be epic and you're like this is going to her meal out more that's going to hurt him because he's not going to feel this at all and me yeah i'm gonna feel it and so you know you just kinda set you john use come screaming online scrimmages horrors you can't and just why i am and you're in your next about two inches shorter and you just like your phone shoulder goes phnom you know your whole hand goes no medina uh and he just like hey good one and just like tip they're good good job mr taylor and we put it in this play wants for for lawrence taylor on there it was awesome to we put in this play where um.