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"newsmen park" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

Bon Appetit Foodcast

07:37 min | 11 months ago

"newsmen park" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

"And welcome to the show. I'm your host. Amanda shapiro and stay. I have got hawaii on the brain and of course because this food people. I want to talk about the food. Thanks to both outside influences and its own native resources. Hawaiian food is incredibly diverse. For such a small geographic space but when you're hawaii's most well known chef everyone expects you define it. Since beginning his career out of fleet lunch restaurant sheldon's siemian has been an acclaimed restaurant or a top chef contestant and most recently a cookbook writer. he lives breeze and cooks hawaii and this week on the show. He's going to talk about what it means to him to be a hawaiian chef. Last month. He curated be as guide to maui. And it's exciting. Local foods and be restaurants editor at least in amina who also has close family ties to the islands profile. Tim recently for a site his new cookbook cook. Real hawaii is out now. I am talking to chef restaurant owner and former top chef competitor sheldon's simeon sheldon. Thank you so much for joining food people today. Well my pleasure. Thank you for having me so you grew up on the island of hawaii. The big island. And that's where you are now. What about growing up there. Do you think made you wanna be a chef. It was my life of being surrounded by food. Would eventually me becoming a chef. I came from a family that at a very young age literally out of the womb. You are taught to respect food at the highest regard. No it's like food was our way of celebration and there was also a way of discipline is like clean your room or you won't be able not dinner. Those harsh the my life surrounded and growing up my parents. There are amazing. Cooks till this day my favorite impract- ninety nine percent on my conversations with my father is about food he was enjoying the nba draft. And as he was going through that he screen shot. What does having for refreshments and pooh-poohing draft. Okay what kind of food did he cook when you were growing up. It was a mixture of of so many different things. Of course filipino was at the forefront being my ethnicity but we had influences from community. My neighbors normal to have kimchi in our refrigerator constantly and cooking japanese food. Which is my dad's favorite. So let's make some japanese food. Yeah okay having food from his my hunter friends and a wild boar in the freezer and smoked smoked goat and all is different cultures that we take for granted in growing up. It just seemed to have what we ate when it wasn't like okay. This is we thought of it as hawaii food. Well maybe looking back at it. It is hawaii food but it was just food that we had in front of us. I didn't think can she was as much korean as a was hawaii. So yeah and then. You went to cooking school in hawaii as well on maui. What made you decide to go to cooking school and specifically to stay in hawaii. Yeah well through high school. I thought was actually going to be an architect and growing up in a family that constantly cooks. We had knives in there. And you're like how many gopi and architects going over to grill. I thought that's i don't want to be a but then my brother went to culinary school. He's a few years older than me. I seen how he breezed at your culinary. Good knowing that we knew how to deboning chicken yard to slaughter a pig whatever and senior itis took over me my senior year. I was like nah. Maybe i should just go to culinary school. But once i was in there i knew what i was destined to do. A loved every aspect of it. I love being in the kitchen. See thought it was gonna be easy. Was it easy no easy. It showed me that i couldn't just rely on my work ethic and you know you had to be outspoken. And if you wanted to come up through the ranks and yet at the to be creative and showcase. That was your experience in cooking. School focused on hawaiian food or was it more focused on classical french cuisine. Yeah culinary school was a mixture of boat soil like learning french techniques and learning mother sauces and that stuff stuff but we're deep in the moment hawaii regional cuisine. I feel when was at. Its at its peak. This was the year two thousand hawaii. Regional cuisine was a guild that was formed by a bunch of chefs out here in hawaii that celebrated the farmers and mcevers of hawaii necessarily hawaiian cuisine. A lot of them were using french techniques But just like this fusion that where it was so hot fusion of cultures and flavors and elevated in order to get it out there and showcase hawaii on a huge stage. Yeah it seems like kind of a double edged sword that can introduce hawaiian cuisine to maybe an audience. That didn't really know what it meant that but it also created this kind of cliche at this point idea of hawaiian food. What did you think of that time. Did that just seem like what the hawaiian food was. Yeah it did. It felt like okay. These are the best chefs in hawaii. And that's the cuisine. That's hyping up away. I feel like the history of hawaii is to do with that same idea of is like how can we do something that gets us recognized that maybe it might not be traditional or whatever but hey we need to get a spotlight on hawaii and create. This idea of what. Hawaii is won't hawaii is fantasy. It was painted as this fantasy back in the day or so exotic to come out to hawaii. We really went in and painted that picture of this newsmen park so to say idea of come to hawaii and see to hula. Girls ingress gerns. Let's watch elvis presley and sing tiny bubbles in waikiki and drink on my ties and eat. The wooden surfboard yet was therefore. Let's eat the coconut shrimp out over pineapple papaya or something. Yeah and in doubt that made hawaii this gentleman this place that wanted to be visited and then the generations of of families come and visit hawaiian tell of that story and they want the same thing every day. Go they want the thing that they associate with it exactly and they became heavily profitable. It fueled the st who put all our chips in the barrel as being tourism as our number one source of our economies. So yeah so. It seems like against that backdrop. Hawaiian regional cuisine was almost progressive. It was almost trying to push dot fantasy narrative a little bit but then ended up becoming a little bit of a cliche itself in in some ways. Yeah well not to say that oughta hawaii regional cuisine chefs was doing this tropical islands. People like sam choi. That was cooking local hawaii food..

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"newsmen park" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"newsmen park" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"While we were there some of the tna talent came over with cookies and balloons to welcome us and they were recording it. John ambush us and get some of our stars on their tv or the guys approached with the cookies and balloons was abyss Road dogg jesse. James maybe Kipps up and i don't maybe conan and i don't remember who else by knows abyss and dog for sure and and they came and john barak. Who was with wwf at the time. Who's now at tna Barak and sahadi got heated. And i think boric called sahadi and threatened them and was going to beat him up and all this crap The but ray shot ray mysterious without his mascot a catering in ray unbeknownst to ray ray bean ray will nicest guys in the world walks over to go say hello to the guys and they were recording. So wasn't it one cool but it's it's something that frankly we probably would have done being in the same position being were you there for the typing was yes i was. I was at universal studios. I was inside. I was actually inside the stadium. When this took place outside. I came out after the big blow up and everything was dispersed. But it wasn't you know it was like okay great. They came them. Make sure they don't come back and let's move on the something like that exclude or you know advance ever hold that against an abyss or somebody like that. If given an opportunity to have a conversation. Oh my god. No i mean look at it. Wrote dog is in charge of their creative. Now yeah. I just didn't know since he had a track record there. I just wonder you know it feels like it is a ballsy move and so cool move but you wonder hey. Is this going to hurt my future employment opportunities. If you're a talent wouldn't that crossed your mind. It might but it doesn't. Yeah i got balls. Absolute we mentioned universal studios. There do you have any funding universal studios stories. You could share with us besides al snow screaming like a girl when we went in the Halloween horror nights. And he's god my god. I'm never her grown man scream as much as al snow going through on it house. Zim barreling absolutely embarrassing. I think one of the funniest things that that happened. Every year they have the grinch who stole christmas and the grandch- the studio for the grinch shell was war right next to the sound stage where we did our show so all day long. The grant grandchildren lucy. Liu or whatever the hell her name is and in all the who people and everything would walk from their studio across the way to the dressing rooms and an all day. Long i would harass the grinch and i would tell her. Hey that motherfucker right. There is going to try and steal christmas. I know that son of a mitch. Keep an eye on him and at one point during the day they're walking by and i took a picture of the grinch in in his makeup coat and everybody got all upset. Said we're back there taking pictures. Let's see yeah took a picture you know me. What the hell they're taking. They're taking pictures of us. We should be able to take pictures to them. They're walking by taking pictures of us. So i just i- unmercifully fucked with the grinch and for we were there for three days and for three days i would just scream at the grinch. He's gonna still christmas a keep an eye on that some of edge. Watch that green motherfucker and finally on the last day we were there the grinches walking by i look at the grant you know Turn either pat kenny. Or all snow and i said i know that son of a bitch is gonna steal christmas. In out of nowhere the grinch turns to me and says you bruce pressure. Yeah i had my eye on you. I'm gonna cut this incredible grinch promo on my ass in front of everybody it catering and i was the only one not in on it. And it was absolutely classic in Yeah the grinch prolong fun. Universal spun. man. We're right next to the wizard harry potter. We could sneak over there and get some butter beer and when we used to do those one night only pay per views and we would do like in the afternoon we would shoot a three hour show then that night. We do three hour show. I'll make a confession here. I used to go walk over with bernie who was our liaison universal and we used to go over and sit in the bar over in harry potter world in have a few beers in between shows. That was nice. Is that the bar that everybody hung out at. Because i've heard a lot of guys talk about the drinking shed. No no no. This was actually in the universal studios newsmen park and in the amusement park in certain places they have actual bars. So yeah and bernie was working. I was working. And so we would just kind of hide in a corner and have a couple of Gold silver bullets. Let's get back on track with guys who used to work with one of the guys that we talked about or didn't about in the last episode was mike. Today's broadcast partner tasr Those lots of talk here at the end of tasio ruin with. Tna there were financial suits. I want you to shed some light on that if you can. I know you're not gonna give us numbers. I'm not even gonna ask but chit some light on that And while you're doing it kind of tell us how that process works. Did he traveled to orlando and call all the shows there or did he go there and then have to do post at a later. Time in nashville. What does that cycle look like. And how tasked to work with as a talent here. You'll bro the y you fucking with has. Nah all the above I love working. With tasked has was easy and tasr was pro. He's one of those guys takes himself seriously and he came in he was doing color. He was there when i got there. But tasr we would do commentary we do some commentary there at the arena at the sound stage and sometimes we would leave commentary blank and they would come in and do commentary back in nashville every week to try and keep it is current is possibly could but i mean tasr was easy and he did. His work showed up on time. You didn't have to worry about him. And i really didn't have a problem with him. If you just shot straight with them he shot straight with you. You always knew where he was coming from. He had contractual issues Seemed like every year. And i'll i'll try to give you the example last. Just two simple questions. If you're paid bimonthly on in one year. How many times will you be paid. Alabama bimonthly would be twenty four if you paid every other week in one year. How many times would you be paid. Twenty six so if your contract calls for you to be paid bimonthly and the company pays.

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"newsmen park" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

GSMC Football Podcast

09:26 min | 1 year ago

"newsmen park" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

"Enjoyed the previous weekend. We just had a new added great weekend. We went to a couple of newsmen. Parks celebrated my girlfriend's dad's birthday. It was great. It was a great time. All the way around. Beautiful weather. okay now. Let's get a preview segments. we talked all about the carson wentz injury news for indianapolis and how that's going to affect the world of football and the world of nfl as a whole and how we're gonna see a domino effect coming soon. Because i think that there is a possibility that we could see nick foles in an indianapolis colts jersey sooner rather than later and if they don't go nick foles with a trust. Same etlinger will they trust. Jacob easton are you are you gonna wanna give a keys to the car for rookie and say don't crash it out. No i wouldn't trust that but if you missed any of that go back in previous segments and we talked a lot about that but like at t's before the break it's training camp time it's training camp season and you know what that means. It's fancy draft season and we're going to get into some fantasy football right now so let's get straight into it. Okay guys. Training camp is in full swing. We see all thirty two. Nfl teams already reporting. We got august fifth hall of fame. Game coming up that super exciting and it's fantasy draft season so we all know that fantasy football is huge in the. Nfl seems to me fantasy. Sports in general are so popular in the world of sports. You see fancy ports and not only football but you see fantasy basketball spanish. He baseball even venture hockey. Vincent golf we see daily fantasy and it just seems matt facie. Sports is at an all time high right now. So let's talk some fantasy football. We all know to start a training. Camp is the start of draftees and everybody has their Drafts and everybody's doing them. I haven't done one yet. But i'm honestly thinking about doing a couple at least today or sometime this week because if your fancy people head and most of you are you know that it's so important when it comes to fancy football to stay informed state educated and stay up on your draft craft so if you're newbie to fantasy football up if you want to sell if you want to win your league a fantasy football than listen to me because i got the secret sauce. I got but secret sauce that you need so if you're a newbie fence football or you're starting a new league with your friends or co-workers and you want to dominate. You want to do well. You don't want to be the laughing stock of the league. You've come to the right place. Take from league winner. Last year during the cove in nineteen season the pandemic. You'll want to hear my advice so when it comes to success in fantasy football there's many different ways you can be successful and there's many different routes that you can be successful in fantasy football but one of the key things all fantasy football players. Gm's need to understand. is that the draft. Preparation is key to success. The repeat that draft preparation is key to success. It's it's like anything in life. You prepare for anything. It's like when you prepared for new job or you prepare to write an essay or you prepare to do anything in life like sport. You always have that preparation before the before the time. That comes when you have to actually do the process when you actually have to go through the simulation of the draft. It's like that no life. You have to be prepared in life to accomplish your dreams and accomplish your goals and if you want to be successful not only in life but also advancing football especially with the draft. You need to be prepared. So how do you prepare in the fantasy. Fantasy football draft. Well you do mock drafts. Of course you read all this information you do your research but if you want to be successful in fancy football if you want to be the top of your league if you want to wipe the floor with people if you're tired of losing infringing football if you're tired of losing interleague year in and year out and if you're tired of being the laughingstock then listen up because i got some great keys that you need and you know what you have to have a great team inconceivable to win and how do you have that great team you draft players on different teams that score a lot of points and the only way you can do that is research and starts with the mock draft and my key to any draft is early. You have to draft workhorses now. What is a workhorse in my mind. A workhorse is a player that can not only carry the load of the offense but shares about seventy to seventy five percent of the snaps and is in there during big time. Place specially the goal line especially now a player who is a workhorse is going to be a major part of the offense. He's going to be the bell cow quote unquote as i like to call them now. There are many different situations and many different directions. That fancy players and fencing. Gm's can go down to when it comes to the mock draft and this is key this is key to success in any fancy sport. It depends where you draft it. Just does it depend. What kind of leave your into. You could be in a standard league which is lower points compared to a point perception league or p. pr lead or you can be a dynasty league where you trapped and you have that team for five six years and you're basically doing a dynasty. It also depends on the eight man league. Ten men league twelve n lead. You could be in a fourteen man league personally me. I'm an wanna say. Twelve men league one league and multiple is. I'm probably like three or four. But i'm in twelve thin league attainment ra- league and fourteen men league and really depends where you are and what kind of league urine and how the people drafting league. So there's so many situations and so many strategies that you can get into when it comes to a fancy draft in you have to. You have to be prepared for anything. My best piece of advice for anyone playing fantasy football this year. You come prepared. Expect the unexpected and you stick to your strategy which is staying cool staying calm and staying collected. Okay let's talk about the actual physical strategy when it comes to football now a lotta people have said over the years. Oh to win a fantasy football championship. You have to be lucky there so look into it but you also have to be prepared and you have to have some skill when it comes to drafting because fantasy. Football starts off with the draft in that. Probably the most critical time is when you're developing your team and you will understand who came to play during the draft and who just nilly willy picking any random person they have on their team and you will understand who's real who's legit and who's a pretender now. How do you be real fancy draft. Had you be legit how you be one of the top guys. It's easy it really. Is you talk amongst yourselves. And you say. I'm gonna draft players on my team or bell cow players now. We all know that the nfl. It's a quarterback driven league. We all know beck and that's true to an extent but in fantasy football. That's not the case in fancy football. It takes running back driven league. It's a halfback driven league. And that shows at the top of the draft at the top draft show because eight of the ten players in a yahoo espn and even pro. Football focuses draft board are running backs number one running back christian. Mccaffrey number two delvin. Cook number three king. Henry.

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"newsmen park" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

GSMC Football Podcast

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"newsmen park" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

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Sung Kang and the F9 Breakdown

Black Girl Nerds

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Sung Kang and the F9 Breakdown

"Song. Tang song how're you doing. Wonderful how are you today. Thanks for having me on so good. Thank you for joining me. It is absolute pleasure. You guys cannot see me but ibis mile in iran that. I'm gonna talk to this guy. Because i'm such a fan of this franchise. Would it means the cars. The fast life everything han did you look at it. That's how i'm going to say honda song. Did you know that she will always be part of the fastfamily. What's your favorite part about playing on a no. No i mean this is all fairytale. Hollywood stuff ryan you know the idea of being in a franchise. That's you know twenty years and playing a character. That's past the way and resurrected by hands. I tell hollywood fairytale that you read about our scene documentary And and so you know each time that. I was able to participate in one of the fast movies. You know it was like the gift that just never stopped giving it's like I felt like it was a privileged place to learn. You know working on a fast movie is like going to the newsmen park and and the resources are there to give you the opportunity to do the best work. You can't as an actor on under craft just focused on that it's pretty liberating when we come from indie filmmaking. Justin man director of s nine in tokyo drift You know we started our careers. Together we came from nothing came from a credit card movie. The the the journey that you we get to together as friends you know. It's like it's nice to be able to recall all the you know the experiences we've had from indie films to all the cool things on the fast moving so it's just been a blessing over and over and over so it's really been cool.

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"newsmen park" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:37 min | 2 years ago

"newsmen park" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Going on social where just yesterday's federal George Floyd out of Taylor on it goes earlier we talked Diana Berendt from survivor corps she is being the first protested in the Columbia University clinical trial dealing with blood and plasma therapeutics and what have you dealing with the testing issues an antibody stuff talk about to bid nineteen and a guy who's been a friend of the show for quite some time and now course a top of mind when it comes to infectious disease because that's his wheel house staying in his lane focusing on these issues as the dean of public health university of Nebraska Medical Center doing what he's done also for the CDC all over the world not just here Dr Aly Khan welcome back to seven hundred WLW your westerly hills everything thank you very much telling a real pleasure hi what the job is going to talk about Kobe does social Jeff and I did my first protest speech in March on Friday here in Omaha Nebraska how was that what was that experience like it was very interesting it was nice to have a whole community come together and talk about police brutality and racial violence that continues and obviously not just against blacks in America but if you think about all sorts of minorities and marginalized population so I'm glad I mean because of much of a pandemic in America and cope with nineteen and people are paying attention to it and saying enough is enough it's an issue of public health and that fits sort of right in that same area what about these protests we we've seen many of them lots and lots of people all over the country including law enforcement some pro testing in obviously doing what they need to do to police and and keep stuff in order lot of people are very close not distancing not necessarily always with mask high emotion a lot of people yelling screaming chanting etcetera even though it's for positive in what do you see as a result of this with this code bid nineteen situation from what we know about this coronavirus so obviously I'm always concerned about mass gathering events especially complete very honest with you just like that greater than in America our government have not plastic public nineteen in America either we still continue to get twenty thousand tickets everyday for the last month so if people do want to protest I have the usual sort of recommendation if you're elderly have other health conditions please try to stay home I am interested called bill please press the home but if you do go out and do protest wear a mask social distance as much as you can recognizing how difficult the that it but I fully understand the unique time in America and what people need to make sure that the voice is heard and they can't be silent about what's going on and Corbett nineteen is a great way starlink and I'm really glad you asked me to call to chat with you but of course that you know you think about these issues all the time also if you look at public nineteen it's an epidemic within an epidemic a lot of the states and cities have significantly shorter studies includes getting infected you look for example many of these midwestern states it's a lot of African American blacks Hispanics and immigrants are getting infected but for example the walking and meat packing plant it's people who can't afford to stay at home and work work from home they got to get on some local track you know public transportation for the little business with a contract with two hundred other three hundred people come through with customers every day you know they don't have the same options there's lots of other people have some really glad you're talking about probate nineteen individuals at the same time dealing with this is we've opened up when we see more more people out we we could not really effectively stay closed as an economy in a society for for you know in an endless period of time dealing with this pandemic or epidemic situation here stateside in we've discussed this before doctor con from the the tristate hear Cincinnati northern Kentucky southeastern Indiana to where you are in Nebraska to Detroit to Los Angeles you name it each of these areas because we are such a large nations with three hundred thirty plus million people there can be hot spots from here to there indeed we see trends down some places across the Ohio River in Kentucky those numbers have gone up a little bit lately what are we seeing with the opening up as we continue with this as far as the spread is concerned as you mentioned is pretty scary number if twenty two thousand just about you say it is that every day or every week every day every day no one two thousand people every day which means we are making two hundred twenty get every day at least in the market today and while playing right now yeah I know yeah it's hard to to this because a lot of people I've talked to them a lot of people still think it's overblown a lot of people still think it's not that big of a deal that it's only the aged to the sickly a and the rest of us should be able to get back to doing things so what do you say in the midst of that as we try to have some level of normalcy so I I read to them exactly what we talked about telling multiple times I don't think it is that that kind of me and I think everybody tried to frame it as a false dichotomy so that government can get away from its responsibility of making taking care of this disease within the community so I look across Asia and you know we're fortunate we don't it's not just America that has the topic at the global pandemic but look at China I want to look at New Zealand I look at those countries all opening up a con you find zero to five the day I look at Europe now I look at Germany opening up implicated everyday right other countries have figured this out but it's not an either or either you stay home with the economy Hey we can't be out in about the government just making sure they're out there isolated cases and finding their contacts and you know quarantining them that the government will lower our role go ahead I'm sorry general but I have to ask you that go this for for some time of it is so what what is the government's role and we don't do testing procurement excess accosted you know dealing with that the medical professionals how do we then deal with this because of these other places around the world have opened up and have gotten back to work and we're doing it slowly here and in in a little bit a little and I mean the governor of Ohio has taken great Heaton had lawsuits from anything from amusement parks to gaming that you know machine inventing people to I mean you name it trying to to people to have a likelihood to put food on the table because that's a crisis too if you can't eat and you got health concerns aside from everything else in the stresses that go with it it doing what you do is the dean of public health university Nebraska Medical Center doctor con you know well aware of this so in looking at that what what is not being done and how can that be handled more effectively if at all because it that's a pretty major break down when you look at the United States compared to the rest of the world from what you're saying absolutely and it's not if but all we we have the road map on how to make this happen so the pressure the newsmen parks and the cinema than the businesses should be putting on the governor and every mayor in your tri state area is not and should get much when we open up at the bigger pressure on them should be why do we not have two cases in the community every day have you hired but whatever five hundred contact leaders were supposed to have have you hired in Yala just for sport they have are they making the calls have you made sure we had testing in place I mean those are the questions they should be asking but if I had a choice and I you know I could blow all over the world on how to open up and how to do it safely and I said you know what I want to send me back to school and I'm going to teach you how to continue back to school the cultural distant thing how do you move back around but the biggest thing that's going to get to me back to school to that you get less disease in the community that is the biggest thing that's going to get to me back cool that's the biggest thing that you can use the parts that will get the response back open it's not you know move cable six feet apart so where are we with capacity we've had months now we locked down we you know had increase in manufacturing distribution of ventilators which obviously you don't want to end up on one if you can avoid it you don't want that ugh all the PP stuff you don't sound in fact you have sounded over this period of time seemingly more angry and disgruntled about how this has been handled in in more vocal about it which is your nature and in doing the job that you do but the frustration because you've gone to the third world countries dealing with measles and Ebola and I mean you name it bird flu whatever else it is dengue fever and here you are now where you would think we would be leading a lot of this and it appears that were not why now why are you so angry I mean it's a weird dichotomy because it is not how you have been over the years leading up to this we talked about the great pandemic which of course you read a book about yeah right selling I've been very calm but it's been five months and every day when I P. twenty two thousand Americans infected when there's a road map for how they could not be infected it's hard not to be pardon not outraged because this is something that we know how to deal with government health got other governments that figured out how to do and what not now in some ways we have much better the healthcare system is in a much better place than it was back in and the January February twelfth we are not hearing about London hospitals anymore not enough then later not enough hospital blooms are icy use also helped his image in a much better place that's great news apple also testing a lot more people fight over the last ten days we've tested over four hundred thousand people a day in America and over the last two days we've tested about half a million people in America and that's adequate we'd like it to be a little bit higher you know some people that make up a million people a day after that but what about half a million a day tested is adequate really this is what we need to have our elected officials and put pressure on them and they have you provided your local health department your state health department the contact places that needs to be provided them the epidemiologist techniques have you provided them the money they need have you provided them everything they need okay because can go down in our community and we can start up again even if it's fifty percent can apply again one.

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"newsmen park" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"newsmen park" Discussed on WTVN

"Process be sure to tune into the day fox home remodeling show sunny mornings at eight AM on six ten WTVN Jordan magic bird Barkley some of the greatest players to ever grace the court played all together as a team only once as in nineteen ninety two Olympic gold green tea I'm Jack McCallum Sports Illustrated writer best selling author and now hosts the new podcast the Dream Team tapes the real story of the greatest team in NBA history to hear the whole story straight from the voices of the legendary players themselves from diversion podcasts find a Dream Team tapes on the I heart radio app for wherever you get your podcasts weather for capital city depends on newsradio six ten WTVN Columbus hard radio station good morning I'm Scott Jennings this is news first of five on six ten WTVN for Friday June fifth twenty twenty and here's a sampling an emotional tribute for George Floyd in Minneapolis with more planned across the country says another day of protests in Columbus remained peaceful with the weather keeping crowd sizes down on Thursday big news regarding entertainment centers across Ohio which will be allowed to reopen next week in a lawsuit seeking to allow other newsmen parks in Ohio to re open this file I mean the six first one meteorologist here about Michael well a very good Friday morning another going to be warm and humid day today but we've got some changes on the way breaking down your full forecast coming up also medical escorts Johnny helter Friday traffic in a check the business news all straight ahead it's five o'clock it's extended the U. T. V. M. from ABC news I'm Richard cancer buffalo New York video two buffalo cops pushing a seventy five year old man to the ground during a George Floyd demonstration last night police say the man fell his head struck the pavement blood seen coming out of his ears he's been hospitalized in serious but stable condition the officers.

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"newsmen park" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

08:35 min | 2 years ago

"newsmen park" Discussed on KOMO

"Excitement is building at Florida's Kennedy Space Center for the first manned launch in the US from the US since twenty eleven as a passing offering missions to the international space station to private venture so it can concentrate on more ambitious missions Ilan musk SpaceX building the rocket crew module and running the historic lunch Stephen Payne is a recent NASA retiree who decided to come back to help with the SpaceX flight now it's in the hands of private companies that are been being contracted by the government to provide the services this is a big part of his job using his experience to come up with contingency plans just in case things do go wrong Murphy does exist Dave Packer ABC news a few of the nation's amusement parks are getting back online guna newsmen park in Farmington Utah the roller coasters are running again the place full of memories and fun is open but masks are mandatory to enter the park you have to reserve a spot online visitors don't seem too fazed by the new rules americorps strong nation we've dealt with more than this will continue to deal with more things greater than we need to celebrate we need to unite we need to be together but just not to together markers on the ground in the park show how far apart everybody needs to be Alex down ABC news his son says Georgetown basketball coach and former NBA great Patrick Ewing has been released from hospital and is at home recovering from covered nineteen this is ABC news the company's time eight oh Foro como traffic every ten minutes on the fours Tama Fulton in lower queen Anne fire crews had been dispatched to a reported fire at First Avenue north and Rory street that's just north of Mercer so use caution through that area still watching a crash in Marysville on it sixty seventy Avenue northeast at forty fourth street northeast that's causing some slowing in both directions and the king county water taxis in west Seattle and pass on the island are not in service today the beats are observing Memorial Day both roads will return to the reduced schedule they previously had in effect tomorrow our next couple traffic at eight fourteen AM Shannon o'donnell as your kalo eco roof forecast hi everybody Memorial Day night here in western Washington were ringing out the last of the drizzle heading toward drier weather overnight but it's still mainly cloudy and overcast will keep us mainly right around the fifty degree mark as we head into Tuesday naturally we're going to search or Brighton right back up mid to upper sixties for most of us around the sand tomorrow as we dry out we start hitting the seventies by Wednesday in the coming weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon o'donnell right now sixty degrees in Seattle stay informed the calm evening news company news time eight oh five and now your top stories from the como twenty four seven news center arts centers with you from a distance a major change in how we remember those who gave their lives for our country Tom was Nick problem has more from Mountain View cemetery social distancing in mind people have come to pay their respects this holiday either staying in cars visiting loved ones with masks on but for many virtual ceremonies have been the way they've honored these veterans that have passed away from Mountain View and evergreen wash Shelley to JBLM and oak harbor folks have found creative ways to keep timeless traditions alive we're going to get through this time and we're going to to keep things as as as normal as we possibly can at this moment and and honor our veterans way that we always do one family we spoke to who is honoring their grandfather fought in World War two says they haven't seen this many people show up for Memorial Day before I hope this becomes a positive new trend in the wake of this terrible pandemic governor Insley recognized Memorial Day on Twitter saying we honor the men and women who gave everything for something greater than themselves our nation is forever in their debt may we honor their sacrifices by living the values they fought to defend and in service of one another most of Washington remains under phase one of the state's re opening plan there are some new openings to tell you about our state's coastal waters open for fishing tomorrow state fish and wildlife officials say a few areas reopen for bottom fish shellfish clams another species in the Columbia River will open to crabbing also in Grays harbor county restaurants are re opening that Branstad owns the only hot bay resort we're not going out there and just blasting it we're we're kind of taking a pretty cautious approach we're kind of in our our old tagline on this is you know we're ready when you're ready locally parks are mostly open except to play for play structures and camping spots still closed off seven more counties have been approved to move into phase to the governor's plan to re open the state Saturday college grants island Jefferson Mason Pacific in San Juan were given the green light so far a total of twenty one counties have now moved to phase two businesses approved must comply with all health and safety requirements outlined by the state the corona virus continues to tighten its grip on Washington state the health department just updated its data they say there are now twenty thousand sixty five confirmed cases of covert nineteen one thousand seventy people have died after being diagnosed with the disease and that's up nine deaths from what we reported just twenty four hours ago U. W. medicine has concluded of bargaining it with its labor unions and will continue to move ahead with temporary furloughs involving thousands of workers president Lisa Brandenburg says it's tough decision that has to be done we are making a number of cost reductions in other areas and unfortunately for Lowe's is part of that four thousand unionized workers and fifteen hundred nonunion employees face furloughs UW medicine looks to close a five hundred million dollar shortfall resulting from the corona virus pandemic coded nineteen cases are dropping at UW medicine but after weeks of treating patients mental health concerns for front line workers are on the rise come was Jonathan chill reports on what's being done to help there are more more people who are describing anxiety grief at the loss of many things trouble sleeping Dr Trish critic says these are the symptoms among some of her colleagues and then you add all that's been going on with the pandemic hundreds of people in the state have died from covert nineteen many have come through the university of Washington medical system even though there are now fewer coronavirus patients and deaths critic is concerned about the mental health effects on doctors nurses and frontline workers we noticed that this was beyond what your supporters can support which is widely recently set up a call in hotline weekly virtual meet up with the medical community and one on one counseling if needed sometimes you just need to ask a colleague to sit and listen when it's been a bad day and sometimes you get a lot more support and so anything along that spectrum psychiatry department is also analyzing research from Walter Reed national military Medical Center to learn how post traumatic stress disorder affects troops in battle people with the condition struggle to recover from a terrifying events critic says no one is immune from mental health issues because signs could show up months or years later we're all at risk for that and something that we want to be particularly in June two thousand show homeowners colonies time eight ten and from the Harley exterior sports desk all eyes are on major league baseball as we wait for word on when teams might get back on the fielder's couples bill o'neill this is a critical week for Major League Baseball owners and players as they try to hammer out a deal for returning to the field in the aftermath of the corona virus pandemic ESPN MLB insider Jeff Passan says it's possible players were not comfortable returning could get paid while sitting out MLB takes the position that book if you want to set out perfectly understandable perfectly fine we just not going to get paid unless you're high risk individuals on the other hand the Players Association looks at life well if our players are being put in danger and they don't want to do it police there should be some kind of payment that comes to them because they're sitting out for for a right reason for moral reasons the NHL hoping to move to phase two of its return to play protocol early next month that includes opening practice facilities and allowing small group workouts six players will be allowed in team facilities at one time for the voluntary workouts no on ice coaching or instruction is permitted and Patrick Ewing son says the Georgetown basketball coach in NBA great has been released from the hospital and is recovering from colon nineteen at home the fifty seven year old hall of Famer announced Friday it tested positive for corona virus and was being treated at a hospital.

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"newsmen park" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"newsmen park" Discussed on WTOP

"Thirty five the governor of Washington state as we heard yesterday has declared a state of emergency because a man there died of coronavirus within fifty others in a nursing facility in Washington state are being tested now the US has about sixty confirmed cases worldwide the number of people sickened by the virus is above eighty three thousand it's been nearly three thousand deaths most in China panic buying of daily necessities has emerged in Japan tourist sites across Asia Europe and the Mideast are deserted governments close schools and banned big gathering some newsmen parks have been shuttered concerts canceled in Paris the Louvre museum closed its doors in Japan the last group of about one hundred thirty crew members has left the diamond princess vacating the contaminated cruise ship and ending Japan's much criticised quarantine that left more than a fifth of the ship's original population infected with the virus new travel warnings and restrictions related to corona virus the White House is announcing new travel restrictions on foreign nationals you've recently visited or Ron it's also now telling Americans to avoid traveling to areas in Italy and South Korea most affected by the virus it's certainly not a good situation when you lose travel that's a big part of market but for a period of time we're gonna have to do whatever's necessary safety health number one we were at the markets will take care of themselves the president also stepped up pressure on the fed to cut interest rates to help protect the economy at CBS's Steve Dorsey traffic and weather next it's eleven thirty seven the best trained.

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"newsmen park" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"newsmen park" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is forty four in Bedford thirty nine in Fitchburg and forty seven degrees in Boston three twenty five five project on New England business job cuts in high tech agriculture start up indigo ag hundred and fifty workers are being let go is the Boston company shift to devote more time to its most profitable divisions the company's moving crop trading to digital platforms kind of like an eBay system connecting farmers to buyers it will work on growing that side of the business while backing off it's over like system tracking for trucking grain your four oh one K. has been on a newsman park thrill ride of late it just won't stop WBZ's Jeff brown tells us this Wall Street tumble was bound to happen corona virus or not see the thing about stock markets as they go up and they go down and you never really know why it's hard to know how much of this is just a market that it's a correction in a market that found a really good reason for it and this coronavirus that's Wall Street analyst art Hogan in Boston with national securities who says this joyride is not close to being over unless and until we see the rest of the world to peak in terms of new cases this market's going to take a wait and see approach he has watched markets suffer through sars Ebola Zeke eleven epidemics and every time just weeks later it's been what outbreak in three months and six months down the road all of those times global markets were higher and Hogan says this time is no exception Jeff brown WBZ Boston news radio tough times for Boston based Houghton Mifflin Harcourt who reported losses of more than a hundred twenty five million dollars in the fourth quarter a loss of a dollar one cents per share the book publisher posted revenue of two hundred forty one and a half million in the period ultimately shares have fallen eight percent since the beginning of the year and it declined thirty four percent in the last twelve months however hold Michelin stock today's gaining four and a half percent the rest of the market not doing so well straight ahead in the news at three thirty will tell you about another nose dive for Wall Street are you taking too many risks of their nest egg for missing out on growth opportunities because you're being too conservative not knowing the answer to this question might just be the single biggest issue keeping people from achieving their retirement goals this is Matthew pack certified financial planner and co founder S. H. P. financial we have an easy solution to this problem Chris H. B. financial dot com and click on the link what's your risk number it's free to use and has helped countless investors.

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"newsmen park" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"newsmen park" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"newsmen park" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"newsmen park" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Gonna hold you back now this is good hot good you've also got more than enough reason to switch to geico because with geico you've got the ability to reach an agent for help twenty four seven unlike your ability to get more water at this restaurant usually the pitcher and even though you regret overlooking the four little peppers next year dish on the menu you'll never feel overlooked with geico because they're available twenty four seven maybe that's why they've got a ninety seven percent customer satisfaction rating wow so what you're trying to look composed of a mouth full of ice cubes as you found yourself a drink menu you can feel relieved unknowing geico helps with homeowners and renters insurance through the geico insurance agency to at least once you can feel your lips again more reasons than ever to switch today at the Honda classic we believe ferocious competition belongs on the golf course not in a shopping mall parking lot this holiday season we have the perfect gift for the avid golfer in the stressed out shopper to weekly ticket packages for the price of one that's right tis the season to purchase two tickets for each day of the Honda classic one special low price to get the gift it's easier to give that a one foot visit the Honda classic bring your family and friends to visit the lion country safari right one of the top three zooms in America experience Florida's only drive through so far with hundreds of wild animals moving feet from your card including lions rhinos chips zebras giraffe and more so fari world newsman park features animal encounters food shopping visit Florida's best attraction value lion country safari west Palm Beach in countries of our eight dot com coupon available to participating truthfully.

"newsmen park" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"newsmen park" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Situations prices vary based on how you buy the holidays are right around the corner and so is Walgreens for great deals you need right now this week's select Fridays to tighten down the laundry Karen to ninety nine funny card Walgreens get in get out get Sally while supplies last restrictions and exclusions apply see store for details and count her into the G. Black Friday sales event today which is your than ever to get a new jeep as you because we've got employee pricing plus all month long so whether you're rolling over the snow on a jeep Cherokee jeep compass or grand Cherokee jeep SUV is your ticket to every adventure this winter employee pricing plus is here all of them along so hurry into the jeep Black Friday sales event today offer available on the purchase or lease of a new twenty nineteen by your vehicle speeding jeep Chrysler must take retail delivery by twelve to twenty nineteen see dealer for details jeep is a registered trademark bring your family and friends to visit the lion country safari right one of the top three zoos in America experience Florida's only drive through so far with hundreds of wild animals roaming feed from your car including lions rhinos chips zebras giraffe and more so fari world newsman park features animal encounters food shopping visit Florida's best attraction value lion country safari west Palm Beach bottom line country safari dot com clear as a family with over twenty six years in the plumbing trade and finally decided to open an air conditioning division right the same professionalism train technicians one hundred percent satisfaction guaranteed upfront pricing that you all love honest and reliable will be what you should expect every time you call Cleary plumbing and air for all your plumbing and air conditioning needs as is it clearly dot com the home depot and you'll still get Black Friday savings of up to forty percent on appliance special by why stop there you'll also get an extra fifty dollars instant savings on any Sam song top load laundry pair if you're ready to clean up on Sam some laundry the only place you should stop he's here Black Friday six still going strong at the home depot more saving more doing US only.

"newsmen park" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"newsmen park" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Ride well the ninety four north bound him to do that will take you nine minutes the traffic and weather together on the tent on Mike Spaulding with WTMJ public W. Y. dot com time saver traffic WTMJ five day forecast this morning waking up to cool conditions again this morning you might want to light jacket with temperatures in the forties and fifties but sunny and beautiful again today seventy six year high near the lake eighty two in line tonight clear cool sixty lakeside fifty three and land Friday mostly sunny eighty another beautiful day Saturday mostly sunny and warm with just a slight chance of a thunderstorm in the afternoon high of eighty three Sunday partly cloudy eighty one Monday mostly sunny and high of eighty three I'm meteorologist Ryan is they ask you the storm team forecast in the B. T. M. J. medicine sixty one Green Bay fifty to walk a shot fifty one it's fifty eight in Milwaukee at W. T. M. J. L. before you go getting you up to speed on the stories everyone's talking about at the water cooler this is Wisconsin's morning news with Jean Miller Jane matin there Brian de on sports the Los ago with traffic and Brian is Nancy would weather now live from the annex wealth management studios at radio city here's Judy Muller day one of those guns and stayed there is upon us the gates open in less than an hour from now eight o'clock this morning and the fun begins will be broadcasting live throughout the day after our show Steve's could feed the student will be a rumored to us we're not because al for eleven days now state fair runs through today through August eleventh up you guys become Usman park fans at all right now in orange I enjoyed my my big roller coaster guy Cedar Point northeast Ohio is one my favorites in the world that's a blast to go to for my time live in Cleveland so yeah I took my son there on one of our baseball trips the because baseball trip used to be part of newsmen park slash than baseball in Cedar Point is a may I have heard great things about all or roller coaster person top thrill dragster millennium for some of the best coasters in the world it was on this date in nineteen sixty one when a musical parts when large the first six flags opened in Arlington Texas between fort worth and Dallas change the way those places did business because they have an all inclusive admission price for the first time otherwise you to pay a ticket to get in and act like rides individually Six Flags was one price fits all in sixty one adults got in for two dollars seventy five cents you could feed yourself for the fifty cent burgers and diet cokes the original Six Flags was the first to feature award flume in mind treat rights as well as the first ever three and sixty degree looping roller coaster the other thing the difference it was a theme park Six Flags over Texas the Six Nations that had occupied the Texas territory each had its own place in the park and they would honor in Spain France whatever the case may be he was the brainchild of a real estate developer who viewed it as a short term way to make a Buck from some vacant land before you would turn it over into an industrial complex well he recouped his personal investment of three point five million dollars in a year and a half and said yeah I think were you keep this park here might have something with seventeen point five million visitors in its first ten years became the Lone Star state's top for profit tours to track while we got the up well L. was not for profit but still today an average annual attendance at the park over three million there's a bunch of them all over we have one right down the road he sold his interest in sixty nine the company was expanded and resold Six Flags the world's largest regional theme park company with twenty five the water intellectual parks in North America I think this kind of meant the end to places like dandelion park here in the some of the little ones they just couldn't compete with a you know the those impressive rides and things just got better and better and more thrilling and.

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"newsmen park" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

09:01 min | 3 years ago

"newsmen park" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Gary and Shannon. We told you earlier about the Michael Cohen stuff. Some newly released documents showed that the FBI was looking into Michael Cohen. The president's former fixer former personal attorney for at least nine months before agents went after him in his home in his office. And they rated the search warrant was released today and showed that they had a federal inquiry going on since July of twenty seventeen long before anybody thought also aid workers rushing to rescue people and airdropped, food and water and blankets after that. Cyclone and leash just devastating floods in Mozambique's Bob way in Malawi that left people hanging onto trees. They were on rooftops more than two hundred and thirty eight killed so far. But hundreds more remain missing and thousands still at risk. One of the one of the presidents of one of those countries said that he expects the death toll to reach a thousand easily. On the good news side of this more entertaining side, Mike trout, the angels apparently finalizing a twelve year deal worth more than four hundred thirty million dollars the largest sports contract in history. Appears Alex stone is the Mike trout of the broadcasting worlds. Just a hell of a stand up guy. Hey, guys, took your kids to newsmen park and everything. Daddy day on Friday. That's how we roll. Most six flags. Sounds like fun. It was a it was a good day. Did you ride anything? They're kinda small. I was gonna say there's little small for this. Yeah. Can do the scrambler. Our six year old can do ninja. Although he wanted to go by himself, and I wouldn't allow that lots of stuff in Bugs Bunny land, we can do the pirate ship. We can do the water rides. But they were closed kids. You guys sit in this cubby daddy's gonna ride Tatsu. Pans. I did X to about I don't know eight or nine years ago. And I thought I was going to die. I used to be able to do that stuff. But no not anymore. We're getting old aren't we? Well, Alex, get us up to speed on what's going on with Boeing. I hear the CEO has sent a letter to everybody. Yeah. So this was a letter was also a video statement that came out from Dennis Muilenburg keys that they had the CEO Boeing, and this is the first time that we've heard him speak. And there have been a lot of folks in the aviation community saying where is the head of Boeing? Why isn't he making any public comment? He isn't saying anything. Well, he did overnight and the company putting out the video statement. He says that they're taking actions to fully ensure the safety of the 737 max upset shouldn't they have shared that before now. And then made sure but nonetheless, he talks about the software fixed. It's coming. And he said the Boeing is doing what it can to figure out. If there is a problem with the plane has always been working full cooperation. With the US Federal Aviation Administration. The department of transportation and the National Transportation Safety board on all issues relating to both the lion air and the Ethiopian Airlines accidents. Boeing is doing everything it can to make sure the planes are safe. But there are a lot of questions about what role Boeing played in the whole FAA certification and how cozy they may. Or may not have been how much went into certifying it safe to fly be issue really comes into. They haven't changed. The overall plans for the seven thirty seven. It's still very low to the ground because of designs decades ago, the overall design of the plane is the same the number is the plane the same. So they haven't had to do the same rigorous certification that you would on a new build of a plane with a new number all new design. Yeah, they still have to do a lot. It's still has to get certified. But because it is still the seven thirty seven going back to the the one hundred and two hundred decades. Ago did their able to speed that up a little bit. There are questions about that. Now also did the FAA outsource to Boeing because of the relationship and because of budget issues allowing bowing to really do a lot of its own certification instead of the FAA doing it. That's not what they're looking into it in the in the last couple of minutes guys. The the transportation secretary, Elaine Chao ordered the D inspector general now conduct a formal audit into that certification to figure out how was the max eight and nine how were they certified to fly any word on anybody backing out of any of the existing orders. I know there are about forty six hundred outstanding orders for these planes. Very popular amongst many airlines. Yeah. We know that lion air definitely has which makes sense because they lost one of these planes. You can imagine if you're an airline that one of these went down that your customers may not want to fly on it the airline may have questions about the safety, but this could potentially cost blowing a lot of money. If other airlines back out. Out. Some airlines are now asking bowing to pay them for this downtime because they're losing money. And they're essentially saying this is this is your problem that you've created this one analyst says the Boeing could lose five hundred million dollars a month coming in while they have to stop the deliveries of new planes deal with everything going on in the delivery is the other thing they are continuing to make the max eight and nine right now they're rolling down the the production line in Washington state, even though they can't deliver them. So they pulled them out and they park them until they figure out what this fix has got to be putting in the new software fix. If there's something else that comes out of the OPN airlines crash. Have we seen any significant delays or significant numbers of cancellations in the American carriers that had to ground there? Seven thirty-seven max is not a ton Air Canada going out of the US air candidate put out a note to flyers today saying that they've been able to make up around ninety eight percent. Of the flights that we're going to be impacted by this. So in their case there were some who were delayed initially there were some delays and cancellations mostly southwest American United. They've been able to move things around not a huge impact LA except for United has quite a few of the nines that they use to Hawaii. But generally. Yeah, there have been some delays cancellations. But nothing major they've been able to consolidate what some of the airlines are doing is they're bringing in bigger planes instead of maybe flying to seven thirty sevens. Bill. Fly one seven sixty seven or seven hundred eighty seven and your flight time may change a little bit were they they put it right in the middle of what those two seven thirty seven flights are going to be. So they're getting creative in their schedules. Nothing major. But there have been some things here and there. Mistakenly just pulled up x two front row point of view extreme roller coaster nuts. I didn't know they made roller coasters like that. Breakdown when you're facing straight backwards your seat moves going down. It's on hydraulics. Were they want you to see there's fire shoot. Speakers in your ears. Shane it's insane. I I cannot I could not even imagine doing this. I don't they. When did they start working with geriatrics? The one that really gets me going to pass out on unless you say, you know, come on. We are Thunderbirds riders. Right. Exactly. I when I went on Goliath, which is the big orange one with a big drop at the beginning. Then you hit a couple of g's about halfway three quarters of the way through. Yeah. I thought I was done. Yeah. I agree with you. First time, I rode that my son, and I both went wait a minute. Did you just almost blackout blackout factor that I'm like, I don't think I can do. I'm too old. Now, you give me thirty eight and I'm done. Do Bugs Bunny land? And that's about it. All right on ninja, Alex bad for me. Alex stone there with the latest on what's going on with Boeing we come back. A a sad story out of corona it appears it looks like an eight year old boy has been missing for a few weeks. And there's very little good news to come out of that story. We'll talk about that. When we come back. Gary and Shannon, KFI AM six forty Monica. What's that the board of trustees has approved a three and a half percent increase in undergraduate tuition that raises the cost to more than fifty seven thousand dollars a year. The university says it's kept wishing increases low while increasing financial aid, President Trump tweeted a photo of a one hundred thousand dollar check that he made out to the department of homeland security. Trump donates is four hundred grand presidential presidential salary to various government agencies back in January donated to the National Institute on alcohol abuse and alcoholism, and the mayor of Wilmington Delaware says his re tweet of a post with white nationalist views on Saint Patrick's Day was an innocent mistake. The original. Tweet started shoutout to all the Irish people whose families were enslaved came to the US for a better life newspaper says Irish immigrants were not enslaved and that white nationalist often promote a false narrative. Whether in traffic for you next. Trying something new was a bad idea..

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"newsmen park" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:36 min | 3 years ago

"newsmen park" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"This is news ninety six point five. The show Jamie Markley that's David van camp. There are good people in the world, David. Yeah. For everybody. People are saying man is going good right now. Yes. And I just wanted to highlight the cops in Seattle friends listening on KVIL in Seattle. No this story already. It's all the snow in the Pacific northwest. Right. And so there's a big snowball fight with a bunch of kids. The other day that doesn't get to happen that often so cops came out with their swat gear. At some point. You're like what what's going on with this? What you're for? They used the tactical shield to move in on the kids in the park and then decided to retreat because they're outnumbered. And on their Facebook post joked that they had been dispatched to deal with a group of suspicious characters in a local park who were armed with improvised projectiles. You know, you gotta watch out antiga job at any time. These are kids, and yeah, the kids didn't have school. There wasn't much going on. So the cops didn't have much else to do. And it was just this effort to engage kids in the area. So they know that police are on their side, which is cool. It is a very cool thing. I'm sure there will be a protest at some point in the next few days. Well, of course because somebody got triggered. Yes. And then they tried to build a snow fort for their own safe place. And just goes that way, and they felt bad about using their fellow snowflakes in that manner. Oh, man. I thought CSI Miami was showing up there with that. It's early in the show. Okay. So you can be treated like a supermodel or get these supermodel experience at this amusement park, brand new amusement newsmen park sets debut later this year at Santa Monica place, open air shopping mall. It's called model land. It's the brainchild of Tyra banks, former supermodel America's top model creator, you know, the deal. She says the idea is to let anyone who pays for a ticket live out their dreams of being. A model? She says it's my calling to bring modeling to the masses explaining that. She created this to expand the definition of beauty based on my own pain of being told. No, I couldn't do something because I'm curvy or I'm black. Okay. So this is twenty one thousand square foot attraction, it's permanent not a pop up. And it'll be a fantasy version of the modeling world you've got places where you can get photos taken. You've got wardrobe areas, you've got a Bellini a place. I I'm just kidding about that one. Oh, that's unnecessary. I did wonder about the food. There's no restaurants right now, you just snacks. You eat shredded pieces of paper. You actually have to do that for a couple of weeks leading up to the point where you visit modeling world junkie. Yes. Rink water nothing else. That's it that sort of thing you think this is ridiculous. Don't you think it is? But that is going to be a money pit you talk about families with some means fourteen fifteen year old daughters. Yes. That is going. They're gonna make meant off of this. And you would look down your nose a little bit at that. Admit it. I mean, it's it's not my thing come on. That's why you brought this story. Look at this. This is my brother told me I've have two beautiful nieces. Yes. And if you know they're teenagers, and he says, yeah, we're going to model land. I am going to think what the hell is wrong with you. What are you doing? All right. I'm gonna flip this around. And this might be a terrible comparison. Let's say you're fourteen and you can go to rockstar camp. Yeah. All right. And you get instead of wardrobe and all that you actually get to say play with some people that you really hold in high regard. Yeah. And it might be a little pricy. But you have the means would you wanna go? Maybe of course, you would. You're actually developing a usable skill there. While you're developing a modeling skill that, you can get paid for right? I'm not big on models. Anyway, I'm just saying it's all what someone's into right? But if you okay, if you don't make it, and I'll I'll speak from personal experience here. If you don't make it as a musician. You still can know how to play whatever instrument you had and that's still a fun hobby that you had what kind of hobby. Can you have if you fail as a musician, or as a as a model is your hobby just walking up and down your the hallway and your house what you could be a local model where you're from? Because the local models are hired. Yeah. All parts of the country. You know, you could still work to whatever keep yourself in this sort of shape that sort of thing, and it all started at model land. It's all what you're into. I'm trying to be more your office. There's an interactive exhibit there where you get on a fake Instagram page and have everybody tell you, you're fat and useless. It's the real model experience. Well, and in the rock star camp, you have every friend, you know, pad your Instagram and all of your social media to make it seem like you have this huge fan base was really no one knows who you are. Right. Right. That's part of it to just saying man, I would've loved to have done that or like some and sometimes you can do this at a sports camp where you get to actually play with, you know, an NBA star major league baseball player, or, you know, the guys in the NFL do the camps that sort of thing and you're on the field with them. I mean, it's a great experience for fourteen year old kid. I'm just trying not to pooh-poohed the models. But yeah, I think it's goofy. They actually have to do that themselves in preparation.

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"newsmen park" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

15:34 min | 3 years ago

"newsmen park" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You listen to all of it on WNYC. I'm Alison Stewart. We just heard from to students and their teacher, Tom from the Manhattan country school, which was founded on the teachings of Dr Martin Luther King junior. Now in honor of this holiday wanna play for you, a very special piece of audio shared with us by our friends at the ninety second street y on MLK day one thousand nine hundred eighty eight during an event at the Y James Earl Jones read a selection from Dr king's letter from Birmingham jail, the Birmingham campaign a campaign of nonviolent resistance began on April third of nine hundred sixty three on April twelfth, Dr king and Ralph Abernathy were arrested and sent to the Birmingham jail. A letter Dr king wrote while inside would go on to become a famous defense. An explanation of the strategy of nonviolent resistance to racism here James Earl Jones, reading the first ten paragraphs of letter from Birmingham jail. My dear fellow clergyman. While confined here in the Birmingham City jail. I came across your recent statement, calling our present activities unwise and untimely sold them if ever do I pause to answer criticism on my work, and ideas, if I saw to answer all the criticisms that cross my desk, my secretaries would be engaged in little else in the course of the day, and I would have no time for constructive work. But since I feel that you are men of genuine goodwill and your criticisms are sincerely set forth. I would like to answer your statement in what I hope will be patient and reasonable terms. I think I should give the reason for my being in Birmingham. Since you have been influenced by the argument of outsiders coming in. I have the honor of serving as president of the southern Christian leadership conference an organization operating in every southern state with headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. We have some eighty-five affiliate organizations all across the south one being the Alabama Christian movement for human rights whenever necessary and possible, we share staff educational and financial resources with our affiliates. Several months ago. Our local affiliate here in Birmingham invited us to be on call to engage in a nonviolent direct action. Programme you've such were deemed necessary. We readily consented. And when our came we lived up to our promises. So I am here along with several members of my staff because we were invited here. I'm here. Because we have basic organizational ties here beyond this. I am in Birmingham. Because injustice is here. Just as the eighth century prophets left their little villages and carried the saith the Lord far beyond the boundaries of their hometowns. And just as the apostle Paul. The little village of tosses and carried the gospel of Jesus Christ to practically every hamlet and city of the Greco Roman world, I too am compelled to carry the gospel of freedom beyond my particular hometown. Like, paul. I must constantly respond to the Macedonian. Call for aid. Moreover, I am cognizant of the integrated interrelatedness of all communities and states. I cannot sit idly by in Atlanta and not be concerned about what happens in Birmingham. Injustice anywhere is a threat to Justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality. Tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly affects all indirectly never again. Can we afford to live with a narrow provincial outside agitator idea? Anyone who lives in the United States can never be considered an outsider anywhere in this country. All the demonstrations. That are presently taking place in Birmingham. But I'm sorry. That your statement did not express a similar concern for the conditions that brought the demonstrations into being I'm sure that each of you would want to go beyond the superficial social analyst who looks mealy at affects, and there's not grapple with the underlying causes. I would not hesitate to say that it is unfortunate the so-called demonstrations are taking place in Birmingham at this time. But I would also say more and more emphatic terms that it is an even more unfortunate that the white power structure of the city, let the negro community with no other alternative. In any nonviolent campaign? There are four basic steps collection of the facts to determine whether injustices are alive. Negotiation. Self purification and direct action. We have gone through all of these steps in Birmingham. The can be no gainsaying the fact that racial injustice engulfs, this community, Birmingham is probably the most thoroughly segregated city in the United States is ugly record of police brutality is known in every section of this country. It's unjust treatment of negroes in the courts is a notorious reality there have been more unsolved bombings of negro, homes and churches in Birmingham than any city in this nation. These are the hard brutal and unbelievable facts on the basis of these conditions negro leaders sought to negotiate with the city fathers, but the political leaders consistently refused to engage in good, faith negotiation. Like so many so many experiences of the past. We were confronted with blasted hopes and the dark shadow of a deep disappointment settled upon us. So we had no alternative except that of preparing for direct action whereby we would present all very bodies as a means of laying all case before the conscience of the local and national community. We would not unmindful of the difficulties involved. So we decided to go through a process of self purification. We started having workshops on nonviolence. And repeatedly asked ourselves the questions are you able? To accept blows without retaliating. Are you able to endure the ordeals of jail? You may well ask why direct action? Why citizens marches etc isn't negotiation? A better path. You are exactly right in your call for negotiation. Indeed. This is the purpose of direct action. Nonviolent direct action seeks to create such a crisis and establish such creative tension that a community that has constantly refused to negotiate is forced to confront the issue is seeks so to dramatize the issue that it can no longer be ignored. I just referred to the creation of tension as a part of the work of the nonviolent resister. This may sound rather shocking. But I must confess that. I am not afraid of the would tension. I have earnestly worked and preached against violent tension. But there is a title of constructive nonviolent tension that is necessary for growth. So the purpose of direct action is to create a situation. So crisis packed that it will inevitably opened the door to negotiations with therefore concur with you in your call for negotiation. Too long has all been loved Southland been bogged down in the tragic attempt to live in monologue rather than dialogue one of the basic points. In your statement, is that our ex untimely some of asked why don't you give the new administration time to act the only answer that I can give to this inquiry is that the new administration must be prodded about as much as the outgoing one before. We know through painful experience that freedom is never voluntarily given by your Pressel. It must be demanded by the oppressed. Frankly. I have never yet engaged in direct action movement. That was well. According to the timetable of those we have not suffered unduly from the disease of segregation for years. Now. I've heard the words wait it rings in the air of every negro with a piercing familiarity. This weight is almost always meant never. It has been a tranquilizing little. Relieving the emotional stress for a moment, but only to give birth to an ill formed infant of frustration. We must come to see with the distinguished jurist of yesterday. The Justice too long delayed is Justice denied we have waited for more than three hundred and forty years for our constitutional and God given rights, I guess it is easy for those who have never felt a stinging dot sub segregation to say wait, but when you have seen vicious mob. Lynch your mothers and fathers at will. And drown your sisters and brothers at win. When you've seen the heat. Phil policemen curse kick brutalize even kill your black brothers and sisters with impunity. When you see the vast majority of your twenty million negro brothers smothering in an airtight age of poverty, in the midst of an affluent society when you suddenly find your tongue twisted and your speech stammering. New seek to explain do a six year old daughter why she can't go to the public newsmen park that has just been advertised on television and see tears welling up in her little is when she's told that fun town is close to colored children and see the depressing clouds of inferiority begin to form and her little mental sky and see her begin to distort her little personality by unconsciously developing a bitterness to what white people when you have to concoct an answer for a five year old son asking an agonizing pathos daddy. Why do white people treat colored people saw me when you have to take a cross country drive and find it necessary to sleep night after night in the uncomfortable corners of your automobile? Because. No, motel will accept you. When you are humiliated day in and day out by nagging signs. Reading white and colored when your first name becomes nigger and your middle. Name becomes boy, however old you are I know last name becomes John. And when your wife and mother a never given the respected title, MRs when you are harried by day and haunted by night, by the fact that you are a negro living constantly on tip toes. Stands never quite knowing. What to expect next and plagued with interferes and Aldo resentments when you all forever fighting a degenerating sense of nobody Ness, then you will understand why we find it difficult to wait. There comes a time. When the Cup of runs over and. And men are no longer willing to be plunged into the abyss of injustice were the experience the blackness of corroding despair. I hope you can understand our legitimate and unavoidable impatience. That was James Earl Jones reading letter from Birmingham jail written by Dr Martin Luther King junior in April of nineteen sixty three special. Thanks for that. Beautiful piece of archival tape goes to our friends at the ninety second street, y you're listening to all of WNYC. We'll be back after a break. WNYC is supported by the New York state health department, reminding overseas traveler's that there are measles. Outbreaks in parts of the.

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"newsmen park" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"newsmen park" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"It's really true. It's very accurate. Oh, man. I'll tell you the people that I said that it was just was a laugh factory, you know, and. That was with the Goodall crew a shot out those guys 'cause they're awesome and Anthony from Australia. He's my Australia party, man. He was he was love the guy. And then it was Peter the kid, and he I don't know how old he was. But he wasn't I'm sixty. So he probably wasn't as early thirties. But you know. Troodos to him for making, you know, for just making any see, you know, I was happy just to make sure you know, and. There was another guy. What your name? He goes. My name's ask. I it SAS hall. I can't. Had a all roared. Great. It's a it's a nonstop. All the tables wherever you go the ups and downs. And and you know, the ribbing of each other and. You know, the celebrations and then the. Talk about self deprecating humor. Unbelievable. Great. Just great. It's kind of like. My grandkids love newsmen parks, and I do too, but it's kind of like a museum park ride if you can feel that that coaster going way up slowly and all of a sudden on on Friday morning, it's down and and it doesn't stop until Sunday. The last race. Y what ride, you know? So I can't wait to get back. John. I I've got I've got a very important Chicago laid question though for you your favorite beef joint..

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