18 Burst results for "Pakelle"

"pakelle" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

11:36 min | 2 years ago

"pakelle" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Biggest New Bedford story. This really complicated story. I mean, they this guy had been around for hours, and they all knew and there was another. There was a male bartender in there too. And the male bartender was calling the owner of the place and saying what should I do with this guy in the should I tackle him? If he tries to go out to the car and drive off. And the owner said no, let him go get a gun and they've made him put the gun in the car. And then they begged them to get an Uber that they would get him an Uber and get him home. And he refused the shooter and when he left this. This woman that's been charged Lindsey glass with a misdemeanor, and the male bartender who would ask if he should Pakelle ask the owner fee should pack. They followed him to that to the to the house to as to his ex-wife's house. And then they're the ones who call nine one one. Charged. I'm just I don't I don't know. I mean, I'm I'm really I'm I'm conflicted here. I think probably she shouldn't have served them. But what about the owner of the place is the owner was was telling them not to stop the guy. I mean, isn't it? I mean, I know he's lost his liquor license. He's out a lot of money, but he's not charged with anything criminal. It just seems like there were so many red flags here. Yeah. All all the way along the line. I mean, maybe maybe it's a good Samaritan thing where they were just a passive bystander where they should have done more to prevent. I mean, clearly this guy had murder on his mind. I think it was. He said he had to do something. I mean, they know him that. With a knife. He says I got thirty to do or whatever he says, he's got a gun. He looks like he's getting intoxicated up. The workup is courage to go. Do something basically said the male bartender said, you know, you got to do something with your ex wife once you sober up. And he said, no the stuff I gotta do tonight. I gotta be the loaded. Okay. There you go, you know. But you don't know you don't know what I mean. Look. Car serve a guy who's playing with a knife at the bar has a gun in his card says no real good liquor up for what I'm about to go. I'm about to go. What, sir? Custody back. No, I probably I probably though, but but again, they asked they asked for the record from the owner who's boss, and he told them. Not to stop. Okay. So why doesn't he doesn't he bear some responsibility. Again, I think our lawyer told the truth that detectives detectives after the shooting said we appreciate the the two bartenders calling nine one one. You know, maybe he killed everybody inside the cops were right there at the when it happened. Tough one don't you think that they deserve some punishment alternately the responsibility for this rests on the murderer. But there are people who along the way who could have stopped this from happening. Have you have you tended bar? You're going to make a lot of enemies if you cut people off again. This doesn't have this. This is a very rare occasion. Thank goodness. But no, it's a unique moral dilemma, there's no there's no crystal clear black and white. Yes. Or no to this. Yeah. I know. I I don't know. I guess you have to Texas law you have to charge. But I if I were on a jury I'd have a tough time convicting, I'll tell you that eight four four five hundred four you know, what I would I would say what about the owner of the place doesn't he have to answer for this other than losing his liquor license. Yeah. If I was a bartender or a waitress somewhere, and I thought someone was going to be violent if I cut them off or injure me got the knife. He's got the knife at the bar. Yeah. I would definitely go up to a manager something because even even when I was saying something would happen. You know that made me feel like I was getting yelled at or something you remove yourself. And you say, listen, I'm looking I'm gonna paid enough to have someone pulling knife on me here, right? Why don't you just call the cops right away the guy toss in the drunk tank tomorrow morning? Think about what he wants to say to his ex wife guests four one three. So you refused to serve him. And then he pulls out a gun at the bar. Exactly. Call the cops. I mean, just the guy playing with a knife at the bar, and you know, he's got a gun in his car. There's trouble so much trouble. That was probably a mistake by the mail bartender to call the owner rather than nine one one. He should've called nine one one. There are a lot of there may be a lot of judgement calls, and again, these these guys a course I mean, it's like a day. Long course. Right. Maybe not even maybe a half, a day course. And you're supposed to you're supposed to be able to what judge these kinds of situations. Dave, you're next with Howie Carr. What would you do? They've. I don't think she should be. On the. What should we do? Something should be wanting to that direction. But. Area. But. Obviously he may be probably should've put the call a little sooner because the guy. Look people when you sit within the next I don't feel right about this guy over a couple of foods or something. Going on. It should have. He went away for a while. But she thought he was at another bar, but she didn't know for sure to to jen's beers. She didn't know how how how loaded he was you know. Anywhere. What if he? If he had drugs in the car that could that could make it even you know, she she has no control over any drugs. He had we don't know if he had need drugs. He could have fifty firebomb that's in the car. I mean, nobody knows. But if you know he's drunk, and you know, he's got the gun in the car, isn't that already worthy of calling the police? He he was her friend. She she she knew it. You know, it's a it's a tough thing. It is. Thanks for the call. Mary Beth you're next with how car go ahead. Mary beth. A long time listener. For many years, and I have people off and has been threatened, and you just call the cops. I mean, if you have any inclination that they are going to do anything to break the law anything, whether it's Dr John Kirk kill somebody, you shut them off immediately because in any training in any state. I've not fortunate in several you're trained that you are liable. You're the last one that that person you are liable if they knew anything, right? That's that's why in Massachusetts if you got arrested for drunk driving. They always ask you what where the last place. You gotta Drake was right. Because they want to know that they keep records. And if I if you reach your license will be suspended, if not I if not totally taken away from you. On the other hand, Mary Beth what if what if you know, what if the guy's regular, and you know, him wife, doesn't that doesn't don't you? You know, you don't treat. Everybody the same in a bar. But if you have an inclination that something is going to do somebody. So terrible. Yeah. You've been here for a while. Why don't we down a little bit in a friendly manner? And then, you know, start Florida also know ram or whatever you drinking. You know, what I need? I mean, don't you think this guy were he alive would have preferred that his friend called the cops. It could be. He might end up with charges. But it also could have been the case that the the cops throw him in the drunk tank. He Sobers up with a pound headache. But he's not a murderer. And he's not dead at the end of a cop's gun. Yeah. I don't know. Someone says isn't isn't this like a, you know, charging a gun manufacturer with murder after ca someone uses a gun. How about the distiller or they broher that made the the made the booze. I mean that that they bear any responsibility for this. I'm on defending a misdemeanor charge against the woman. But she could handle the better. Yeah. So someone says nine nine one seven plane with a knife is not a crime. But you could say your shut off. And then you get stabbed. Yeah. Yeah. I I don't I don't know. It's a it's it's a tough thing that and so she she was being sued. I mean, she screwed. I mean, she she was she was being sued in a civil case. And in the civil case was dropped because I guess they realized she had no money by the survivors of of all these people were killed. And so the the the cops in plano, Texas, where to bar was filed the criminal charges against there. The same day that the that the civil case was dropped. So there's there's a lot of there's a lot of moving parts here too. And one of the one of the victims, the survivors are are are mixed. The they're split on whether or not this woman should be charged criminally one of the mothers of one of the guys that was kill said said, they're just why are they charging her? She didn't she didn't do anything. She. She was just she was just work and trying to make a buck some of the others feel differently. Obviously, thanks for the call. Mary Beth Dan, you're next with. Car. Go ahead. Dan. I'm I'm an ex drunk and you're talking about about this guy ever four times the legal limit. Yes. That doesn't mean a thing or two hundred proof vodka every day. Drive thirty miles back and forth to work and run machinery. All depends on the guy, right? Bartenders? She doesn't know what the heck was going on. Maybe the guy was drunk, right? Blaming her again. Maybe maybe, you know, maybe he could handle it most days, but this day, he got some math or some coke or something, you know. And it just. Report. Sure, they are. Yeah. I I don't know. But you're right. You don't you don't know that. And and again, most people I mean, people have problems with alcohol, obviously, as you know, but. Most people don't get violent. Guy that drove everybody home. I was never got a kick it drunkard in a skunk. All the time. Thanks for the call. We'll take some more calls on this. What should happen that this woman? She's charged with a misdemeanor. She probably got a five hundred dollar fine. If they convict or at all, I guess he's gonna ask for a jury trial, and she probably she probably get off but still chief and be charged. She's the bartender serve the sky. Eight one of the bartenders who served them eight four four five hundred forty two forty two. I'm Howie Carr swath. He's debonair. He's he's gone. Have you been burned by lawyers who talk a good game? Take your money, then produce lousy results..

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Treating the microbiome, and a gene that induces sleep

Science Magazine Podcast

06:49 min | 2 years ago

Treating the microbiome, and a gene that induces sleep

"Napping that lethargic feeling is actually not triggered by the infection you're grappling with but your immune system i'm here with amita segal to talk about a gene that links sleep and immune function hey amita high i could you talk a little bit about the processes that regulate sleep the truth of the matter is that we understand very little about sleep we do know that it occurs with a twenty four hour rhythm is through kadian rhythm and that's driven by a clock biological clock that's within us we know that there's this other system called the homeo- static system and the homies static system is the system that ensures that you get enough sleep usually the two systems worked together to determine when sleep occurs but the home static system can sometimes override the circadian so you're up all night sleep in the morning even though you're doc is telling you to wake up we understand a lot about the circadian process we understand very little about the homeo- static process like what is it that makes us sleepy when b been awake for a long period of time how did your team approach isolating molecules that modulate sleep and wakefulness we developed several years ago a fly model for sleep and the reason we did that was because we wanted to really get at molecules in you know the genetics of sleep which is harder to pakelle in mammalian models in the fly lenders are beautifully to those types of approaches where you can just is the animal and then look for ones that have a baron see patterns what was your study trying to figure out that previous studies didn't address in previous studies we had found genes that affected sleep but for the most part we found that those genes were required for the animal to sleep with the one drivers of sleep so you couldn't like increase sleep above the normal sleep amount so what we wanted was you know what is the trigger would is there a gene that when you just increase it the animal will become speak and that's what we tried to do in this study right in your team was successful and identifying a single gene that induces sleep called nitty how are you able to isolate the specific gene so we basically took you know different genes across the whole genome and over expressed them like you know increase levels of those in adult neurons and we find that when we turn on this gene so that it then makes makes protein the animals sleep and no other gene from the twelve thousand or so that we tested did that so what normally triggers the expression of this gene normally it turns out that when be animal has very high need to sleep like if the animal has been awake all night or if the animal is sick during sickness you know you'll need to sleep increases 'cause leap is restorative is the sleep induced from this protein any longer deeper or different than normal sleep it is deeper and longer so what happens when we increase expression of this molecule duration of each episode is increased saying they're sleeping more but they're also sleeping in a better consolidated fashion so each episode of sleep is longer deeper sleep is actually referring to the arouse ability so we find that when you over express this molly if you increase levels of this molecule that is harder to wake the flies up how exactly does this jane promotes sleep in fruit flies so this particular protein it turns out to be an immune molecule and it is produced in in peripheral tissues right in the body and it actually kill bacteria but normally you don't even think if these proteins is being in the brain will do they are and this particular molecule gets turned on in the brain and it gets turned on in the brain in very few sows like probably just to cells and what he does is act to the normal known scape circuitry as in the neurons that normally affect sleep we don't know how it does it but it seems to be connecting to that circuitry so at addition to the immune benefits from inducing sleep it also has other properties that help it boost the immune system it is also promoting immune function and so we think that that when be animal is sick it has a twofold function on the one hand it's killing the bugs on the other hand it's increasing sleep both of which are hand helping the animal recover from the infection so it was the most exciting part of this discovery being of the very fact that we could get a molecule that would trigger sleep was really exciting for us the fact that it was secreted was also really exciting because the sleep field has long believed in the idea that there are secreted molecules that can increase sleep so many many years ago these experiments done where people sleep deprived sheep and goats and then they took their cerebrospinal fluid and put it into animals that had been allowed to sleep and they injected animals became sleepy they basically were transmitting sleepiness from one animal to the other by just taking fluids secreted molecules have there been any other genes discovered that are similar to this gene you found in fruit flies people have tried a lot over the years to figure out what it is that transmits that seeping from animal to animal and it's unclear i mean for wild people putt that it might be the molecule called dennis scene which is a breakdown product of energy utilization but beef exa for damascene on sleep ready restricted to certain parts of sleep in certain areas of the brain but importantly some of the molecules that have been implicated our immune molecules one of the reasons us fruit flies is because it's easier to isolate the genes that in mammalian models but what would be a potential approach to figuring out if a gene like this exists in humans there are similar classes of molecules in mammals anti microbial peptides molecules that kill bacteria so for starters what i would do is work with the mouse or arrack model and inject them with different anti microbial peptides that are normally made in those mice and rats and see if they can induce sleepiness thanks so much mita thank you megan amita

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"pakelle" Discussed on Breach

Breach

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"pakelle" Discussed on Breach

"He teaches computer science at the university of Pennsylvania where he's been working voting technology for the past fifteen years. And unfortunately, I'm I'm a computer scientists I work with the security software. I have to be the first few admit, we simply don't know how to build large scale software systems that are reliably secure and saucers really everywhere in the process. The simple active voting is no such thing. There's a whole life cycle to your vote with Hackel steps along the way, this is actually something. I've never understood. So I've oh, and then my vote goes where? Bob. Votes come from. And where do they go? That's actually, a brilliant and profoundly complicated question. And you're not alone in wondering as my journalism colleague, Kim Zetter puts it our election infrastructure is a veritable rube Goldberg mix of machinery that is problematic from the voter registration databases that voters used to register themselves to the machines that voters used to cast their ballots, and the tabulation machines that are used count those votes. And finally the machines and websites that are used to post. The results all of that infrastructure is vulnerable in one way or another. I smell a metaphor. And intricate rube Goldberg machine of steps and processes, many of these steps involving technology, and when something touches technology. It becomes apple a rube Goldberg machine. That's like the one where the little marble goes down a track, and like hit some dominos and seventeen times over around the room until finally the whole point is to drop a piece of food and the dog's bowl or something. Super complicated machine. Performing a simple task right? Okay. There's this whole rube Goldberg complex system of getting our votes to and from our voting machines. And I'm not convinced that the voting machine is even the easiest way to hack vote. Excuse me. Hang on. Bob voting machines are getting a ton of attention. And rightly so, but that's only one step of the voting process and not even the most vulnerable step in my opinion. Okay. I want to know all of this the whole system of my vote and where it's most vulnerable. So today, we're going to break out the full life cycle of a vote and every Hackel step along the way. And we asked all our experts at which stage, they think our vote is most vulnerable, and you know, a lot of their answers surprised me. We're diving in. Let's go to our first stop on this insane rube Goldberg machine that is our voting process ready. So ready? Let's go let's do us. Step. What deciding how to vote point what? Step one in the life cycle of your vote is when you're deciding to vote and deciding how devoted specifically as you're researching or hearing about candidates on the internet or talking about the issues on social media. So this release the prizes me as a step one that our vote comes alive when we're deciding things on the internet. The internet is our new public square and the place. We get our information from is Pakelle and was allegedly hacked by Russia's IRA the internet research agency and the 2016 election. I sat down with Nick Monaco in DC. He's a researcher who studies disinflation state-sponsored trolling to understand how our vote can be hacked on social media. But I I needed to know disinclination, actually is sure I mean, I think we're all just trying to avoid saying fake news. Academics will make the distinction that this information is false information. That's knowingly spread. So there's an intent to deceive people knowingly. And then they'll say that misinformation is information that is spread unknowingly that's false. So maybe re tweet a story that you thought was true. That would be a case of misinformation if you create a false story to smear someone though it'd be disinformation. Let's say you're online researching the upcoming campaign of Bob versa. Leah obviously, you should vote. Bob. Absolutely not. It's me..

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"pakelle" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"pakelle" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Howard would die of his injuries. John. Michael Miller were charged with murder each has posted a twenty five thousand dollar bond. Jim Ryan ABC news. Dallas KTAR is on immigration. Arizona democratic congressman Ruben geigo says he's mortified southwest key facilities, which house migrant children in Arizona failed to properly background. Check employees how responsive department here in Arizona. Because clearly, you know, the Trump administration does not understand what they're doing the consequence. What today geigo says? Now, we need to figure out where these kids will be placed. If southwest key doesn't provide the necessary documents within thirty days, the state health departments moving to revoke the licences of the shelters twelve Arizona's are heading to Washington DC next week to ask for support in the fight against cancer. The members of the American Cancer society's cancer action network will take part in a light of hope ceremony in front of the Lincoln Memorial. The group's Elise. Pakelle says the year. This year's event will be particularly significant we're very saddened by the passing of Senator McCain so several people have made a bite to hope bag a memory of McCain to honor his courageous fight. And the group has sold more than ten thousand dollars worth of luminary bags that bear the names of cancer victims or survivors KTAR is on education. It's an idea that's been talked about for some time free college tuition. We're taking a look at how this would affect our state years on a chamber foundation releasing a policy review showing a free college model would not be a good move for Zona. It would be devastating to the budget and would actually cause harm to the overall education system, if we moved to a free tuition model foundations Jim Brown says it would cost the state two point six billion dollars to offer free tuition for students at the state's public colleges and universities. That's just something that we cannot afford. We'd have to have pretty significant tax increases, which would be devastating to the economy. If we went in that direction, he says they also..

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"pakelle" Discussed on The RV Podcast

The RV Podcast

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"pakelle" Discussed on The RV Podcast

"For viewers and deteriorating deteriorating roads, bridges, and campgrounds, really negatively impacts the RV experience. Some, let's let's talk this a little bit. One of the things you just said that I want to just draw then Pakelle bit more is we all know how crowded our national parks are. They. Are at record levels of attendance, but the number of people camping there you say is in the studies show is actually declining. So at a time when the industry is booming, you know we're having year over year record levels and shipments from manufacturer to dealer. Private campgrounds are posting double digit growth. State parks are hosting huge growth and within the national park system. Unfortunately, we're seeing a decline over the last thirty forty years or so just due to an adequate maintenance and the deferred maintenance backlog just a really increasing. And unfortunately, the National Park Service understands it. They get a great partner of ours that just don't have the funds to fix it. Well, when we come deferred maintenance, what what are we talking about? What kind of issues are they're affecting the parks that the average are veer will will notice when when they're out there, they know than something 'cause they can't get into those campgrounds or they're staying away from them. But what kind of things are deferred maintenance? Absolutely. I mean, the. Most visible are going to be your roads bridges, tunnels, you know, obviously, those are important to RV is to be able to go in and access these iconic lands, the campground infrastructures, outdated bath houses. A lot of the National Park Service campground infrastructure was Bill back in the Eisenhower era, and it just hasn't been kept up today and and it's it's not modernized. You're not gonna find too many electrical hookups. Luckily, some of the National Park Service campgrounds are now are reaching out to an really embracing partnerships and concessionaire services to come on and have private industry come in and work with the National Park Service to run these campgrounds and invest some serious capital for a small return on investment..

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"pakelle" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"pakelle" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"Yeah you're not you're seventh round pick at this point especially because he still batting leadoff for the dodgers like you know it's and multipositional eligiblity like you're not dropping chris taylor and like people right now are there they're going crazy on him getting question all the time like in donkey me wrong there's a lot of warning signs what by chris taylor i think you have to right now right i mean i don't even down there thirty points es striking out more no he's not striking out more and yes his walk rate is down from from nine to six percent but he's chasing less it's negligible that is a couple walks that's nothing he's swinging in the zone more and he's just not getting things is making the on sacked i'm seventy eight babbitt we all know that the three sixty one from last year with come down that's kind of obvious but i don't think he's a to seventy eight town i really think he's more of like a a three ten three twenty sorta guy so i would actually buy in and plus the power like i said thirty points down in his eyes so that that's negligible to a home run could maybe change that in like two for four with a homer so yeah i would actually i would go the other way and actually buy on chris taylor so all right let's move on and yeah i i don't think the dodgers will but i think that they could just get beaten out by being an very difficult division i think arizona can run away with us division and that's thing and they're just banking so many wins right now it's not even as the two teams kind of even out diamondbacks come back to the pakelle bit and the dodgers philip here's the thing though this dodgers team we know they can just go.

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"pakelle" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"pakelle" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"That he would be the giants priority i came out of it thinking the same thing hearing a lot of people expecting that around the league as well i wonder about neat shoulder the patriots must tackle uh only because she really the only um the only legitimate uh started less tackle on the free agent market coming out here and the giant of course desperately need elect pakelle eric flowers is no longer the answer so if you go get nor well that really helps your line you know that that he he plugged into the middle of your line and that's great but you're still not addressing the lying side so i'm curious about how that fares justin pugh the giant go free agent i mean they not like they don't want it back i just think that they would prioritize going in getting a nor well as opposed to pew is probably going to get a ton of money to go elsewhere unjust and wants to play guard to eat versatile and can play tackle and guard but he prefers guard that's where he has uh his show in star has really started to shine in the last couple of years year and so i think you know it's not out of the question he comes back i just think it's going to be hard for them to make the money works especially given the fact that they're negotiating or working on a deal uh with with odell beckham could pay him more money and there's other positions they're going to need to look to upgrade as well corner depth they'd be another wide receiver not a star but then other wide receiver maybe some running back that can go in the draft so there's a lot of a lot of little uh ten gun show physician upgrade they're going to try to make it he and nor well let's assume as can across whether 12 and a half million near thirteen million near whenever it is that's going to be a big contract beyond that though when you look at what the the giants have left on this offensive line don't they need to sign at least two free agent offensive lineman well i would agree with you in neary it's just if you go if you sign soldier and nor well you're talking about you know twenty five million dollars tied up in those two combine for four or five years whatever it.

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"pakelle" Discussed on WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM

WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"pakelle" Discussed on WHCP Community Radio 101.5 FM

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"pakelle" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"pakelle" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The first time save of saipa will be in front of a federal judge since eight people were killed in lower manhattan when he allegedly raced along a bike path in a rented pickup truck he originally pleaded not guilty to terrorism charges but his defense attorney recently sent a letter to the judge and federal prosecutors saying he would be willing to change that to a guilty plea in exchange for not facing the death penalty ultimately that decision rests with attorney general jeff sessions sipe have emigrated to the us from uzbekistan in 2010 investigator said he had over ninety isis videos in thirty eight hundred isis images on his cellphone steve kastenbaum new york on different kind of memorial sunday night in montgomery alabama were about one hundred people turned out of the side of a taco bell that had burned down a week ago many of the mourners ripe candles and taco bell products on richard johnson adenola even think it was a candlelight vigil and people abroad taco bell products i wonder if somebody brought them all done the pierre of pakelle man yet when they're talking about taco bell products whether they are they talking food or these little chachi giveaways everybody i i think the chat skis at allow while i was an abrupt the band quit that was the band didn't get paid their old they're done finished hey give me give me long ago allah maga pop stars just give me a little margo pop no here we go if you miss the program this morning here's the jamatia animal over there it's illegal becomes margo jumps so ox smacks the horse and there you are folks your local news on ksfo this hour giving some taco bell products during this traffic report ready said go in the northbound direction this is as you approach sneaked we have a chilou put down in the right lane i'm also seeing a slowdown northbound 101 a university avenue right shoulder is blocked we have it together there we go about jimmy chong got all up in the mix as well 37 eastbound as you approach left they'll highway we have a crunch rep supreme down over to the shoulder your bart ride checking in problemfree got traffic tickets the workers set the ticket clinic for as little as ninety nine bucks an lawyer we'll go to court for you call the ticket clinic today at eight hundred eight o five two thousand.

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"pakelle" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"pakelle" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Y'all unbelievable i think that this individual michael wolff has a long history of it not being a very credible when it comes to sourcing when it comes to putting books together in fact reporters that are routinely incredibly critical of this president has said the journalistic practice of michael wolff i think gives everybody in journalism a bad name and i think that there every day we're seeing more and more examples of why that's the case sarah huckabee sanders at a press briefing yesterday the white house of course white house pushing back hard on this book this new michael wolff book all every line lit up i know you wanna talk about this too meanwhile the president tweeting the mercer family recently dumped the leaker known as sloppy steve dan and smyert he's given the the his former constantly area a um a new monarch or sloppy steve little marco and little bob corker noone is say noone is safe and everybody's branded paul in virginia does this erode your confidence in the president these allegations of of a chaos in the white house that the president has just lost it and these other tall tales not at all raymond and get right to the point as a uh right out of college first job professionally trained salesman but procter and gamble who's not in this in the '60s we uh we're on introductory team for pampers diapers in the last three states the united states to get those in sales techniques are to repeat relevance eight months in pakelle statelets and he is the epitome of a great sales so pole that that is the the most seek what a great this is why i love going to callers what a great and important insight because you know i was looking at it from a journalist perspective because in the media we tend to do the same thing when you have a we have an argument down or you have a story that illustrates our point you repeat that again to drive home the message but you're right donald trump as a salesman of brander sloppy steve look he's repeated sloppy steve.

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"pakelle" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"pakelle" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"You know the second pick in the draft should on on john elway sold in love with you know rose who knows don no woes the joints away and then maybe the joint still have the fifth pick and and they did they get a boatload of picks all of these two guys the wheel deal one of these guys you know and i urge the we don't know who joint coaches good these but you know maybe they can you'll mcdaniel cigarette telling blows them away like you know what i i scott davis flap i love this guy let's trade the pig you know we can rebuild this team we could even compete next year where he likes rents a left pakelle mixed you know what what is the best option why did you gotta take one of these quarterbacks i mean that's me you don't get it out that sooner you to beat the giants really are evident number to pick in the draft adding to last sunday where was when he took ltl eighty one is now worked out pretty good obviously already had a quarterback because they had since there at that point and they also drafted a generational town royalty exactly right it's all of iron all when we are just throws turned out to be there marino dust rose if it turned out to be ryan leaf i don't know you're right but let's say there is a really good template for the giants trading back unless they go to eight because that was the browns eagles trade with carson wednesday was from eight to two and i say template to see okay well what did they get so you know as a giant fan this would be the equivalent so here's the equivalence here's the cars and went straight go the eagles got the number to overall pick and they got a fourth round pick the browns got back the eighth pick in the draft a third or fourth a first the following year and a third round pick the year after that that's your return so you're looking at a couple of extra pigs in this draft obviously moving back in the first round a first rounder the following year and then maybe another three or four i that's the kind of that's the.

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"pakelle" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"pakelle" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Are only valid monday through thursday all right andrew the title will begin after i asked the first question are you ready already go who starred as michael scott in the us version of the office it grow the original ocean's eleven movie takes place in what city while burger snow qian gaoyao got their start on what reality show mr which actress has won the most oscars in history nope tying an all luba paler i am at disneyland opened in want year lake who if you've you'd better close it be close while style oh there is 1940's nineteen 55 sadly would go well i think that they are you go thank you andriol you can played at every day 1230 30second pop culture challenge what was the answer we mess uh the question which actress is one the most oscars in history katherine hepburn high 104 of those i don't think i would have ever guests that while britain when what when we are uh finished with a 30second pakelle she challenge we like to play another little game amongst ourselves and holly provides a blind item from the website crazy days and nights dot nats and we try to figure it out we call it blinded by the item all right so i'm gonna give you a blind item and we are going to speculate who this blind items about the first one is the following this ehlass host all of you know was cheating on their spouse they were so scared of being caught up in some kind of scandal though with what's going on in the media that the host wrote an incredibly large check to keep things quiet and is now lovey dovey with the spouse again early on oh that is fascinating oh that is really what are you serious all signs in this blind item point to ellen degeneres ooh among blind item fire won't now listen to the blind item that they're very specific not to say he or she because with the art of say not their husband not their wife but their spouse um but yeah i literally pull that out of my you know what uh because i just thought of hosts and lots of money and the only host with lots of money right.

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"pakelle" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:48 min | 4 years ago

"pakelle" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Way that pitches he kind of did the splits the right leg went forward the left leg went backwards they give us that two seamer that access who is moving late and had a state paul it would have missed the front lag and actually ended up hitting is back leg wanted one down here's the pitch side maybe a little low glorious setting the yankees record for most home rumps by a short stop this year for passing garrick jitters wrecked two of wanda eichel long look yet winds kicks delivers that one is inside check swing no swing says christie cioni to third base umpire well so much talk from last summer and coming into this year about laboratory s now shortstop picked up from the carbs in the trade sending chapman fitch balanced fell for space indeed eager glorious is displayed in his come a really good player for the yankees and he's not all that you discount wonder all right what happened to tors i know he had an injury this year but second delay his arrival the big leagues or but one thing that i would say was that at full aa and aaa they were playing him at short second and third we'll find a home somewhere the free to swing and a liner watt hopped cited stabbing a backhand gaucho way gets up sort out at first brilliant play by wholesale two there but gold glover stealing a hint from judy her glorious and it gets the handshake from carlos rail wanna play and listen for the mvp chance plays like that are the ones that you say out out tuesday just be head and shoulders above aaron judge in that department built see judge get the opportunity to do a whole lot of flashy robbed a home run the other night in the division series but hill as big as he is it's kinda like duncan on that little you know five foot who purse expert opiates yavan corner the living room the nerve it's castro pakelle fire that one's delmore you now basis clear toppled afford yankees and astros no school astra grounded a third is first on michael long look here's a wto jacks win coal strike.

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"pakelle" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"pakelle" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"With the sea yards and we welcome in jackie montgomery for her yearly visit lucy oxide i've along with the professor jon voight jackie take it away thanks so much devoted a lot to talk about so we'll get right hewitt signing up on that he banquet at lilac position that had a lot of depth lap weekend will unfortunately not so much tonight jay bright will miss night's game actually been outta town all week dealing with an suv the clutch carol was quick to point out that it's not an injury a note surgery of the mob and they'll be back with the team on monday but when i talk about that depth died back at michael bellboy antigay alexander a bull in active for tonight in doing that donald debt but star out by linebacker but some good genuinely hit last weekend's game against the tragic fat and how people feel guilty some time on the field on the other side of the ball tried endless welcome now out with a groin injury wide receiver paul richardson injured his shoulder last weekend anti the laughing who is still recovering from that leg injury are not ready yet it will be enacted tonight but that is both doug baldwin on the field of course he met last weekend came and then finally wore an f you mentioned earlier thomas vault will not latenight night he dealing with a minor ankle injury so according to pete carroll wealthy a good dose of petty late to get an answer and of course he did poseis carson and alex sahlin's all right we'll for more on the viking let sunday over to john tighten thank you kathy operative want an injury to the problem for the viking last year in the problem tonight riley repo wept tackle alex boone leapt art out they're gonna take restored hill smart him at web pakelle nick you could have been battling if centres going to take over at web guard pat help.

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"pakelle" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"pakelle" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Dangerous gal sell the television interview with fox sports arizona any case you could not tell in the middle of it what sounded like everything hitting the microphone that would be the ice round the bucket on water bath regain it is gallison so the dodgers get the win ten in a row still she would have cleared the diamondbacks four and a half player of the colorado rockies milwaukee picks up a win they go back a game and a half in front of the chicago cubs cobs they fall to the miami marlins this afternoon that's part of the story marlins win ford do here's run number four home understand is driven the left in d j back at the wall to the bullpen stand the number twenty figure again run four to marlin been seven gladyg after w why the home run four giancarlo stand at marlins park it is number twenty ties in per second most anxious league after the game giancarlo stanton did confirm he will defend his home run derby title at this year foam run derby clash jiri at sixty one a record at pakelle park this year's home run derby will be held allstar week in miami it'll be in marlins parking giancarlo stance that it will have an opportunity to defend his own title at home and now the baseball world has a couple of weeks the sit back and weights and wonder will the likes of airing judge cody bellenger is cames joey gallo george spranger will you say yes and accept the challenge those are the big story lines of the headlines on the spinal sunday in the month of june around a major league base but i'm kevin winter that'll do frosted baseball tonight at the baseball today post game shelf presented by home once again our final score a st louis cardinals rallied for two of the six for the seventh beat the pittsburgh pirates by count of eight to four to salvage one game in this weekend jewish talk to you next weekend from bush for the nationals in the cardinals for a producer makes suzzie our technical director cabello ortiz in our associate producer rob kelly i'm capital we thank you for less than a this sunday night baseball dsb in radio and the espionage the latest ford's news stories plus the opinion delivered meeting later to all your.

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"pakelle" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"pakelle" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The microphone that would be the ice round the bucket on the water math regain it is gallison so the dodgers get the win ten in a row still he would have player the diamondbacks four and a half player of the colorado rockies milwaukee picks up the way they go back to gave and a half in front of the chicago cubs cobs they all to the miami marlins this afternoon that's part of the story marlins win four do here's run number four haunted stand is driven the left in d j back at the wall a bullpen stead the number twenty figure run fourteen marlin dennis seven gladyg after w why in the home run four giancarlo's they did have marlins park it is number twenty ties per second most gave that action oleg after the game giancarlo stanton did confirm he will defend his home run derby title at this year fold run derby clash jiri at sixty one a record at pakelle market this year's home run derby will be held allstar week in miami it'll be in marlins parking giancarlo stance of an opportunity to defend his own title at home and now the baseball world has a couple of weeks to sit back and weights and wonder will the likes of airing judge cody bellenger mark is cames joey gallo george spranger will you say yes and accept the challenge those are the big story lines in the headlines on this final sunday in the month of june around a major league base but i'm kevin winter that'll do for us a baseball tonight at the baseball team post game shelf presented by home once again our final score but st louis cardinals rallied for two of the six for the seventh beat the pittsburgh pirates by count of eight to a shelve with one game in this weekend jerry seductive next weekend from bush for the nationals in the cardinals for a producer my suzzie our technical rector cabello ortiz in our associate producer rob kelly i'm capital we thank you for listening to this sunday night baseball at espn radio and the sbs.

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"pakelle" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"pakelle" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Crimes the deep state leaking raw intelligence on general flynn which is a violation of the espionage act a felony clear evidence that loretta lynch is up to where i balls and potential obstruction of justice hillary clinton known felonies mismanagement mishandling of classified information destruction of such as well both separate felonies then of course if you wanna real russia conspiracy theory we have everything that went on with with with uranium one the all the people into an should happen in the judiciary committee eighty in both the neograft the talking about that uh that that the appropriate committee to start looking at this coming at her and if not lynch matter and frankly the fact it colmey the by two weeks ago that he leaked government meme eight government them all crank the new york times and what would they did a decade what was his goal hugh to create momentum for a special counsel and not just any special council but his friend and mentor his predecessor bob moeller the action to be worked out as well the liklihood let's start getting the information getting the documents in guinea hearing and the looking into all these matters don't i agree i mean let me play play some of the tape does win colmey testified in and remember i want the audience to know he leaked to the new york times for the very purpose of getting a special council he actually coordinated with robert muller before he gave us testimony before the senate intelligence committee on top of that rosenstein you know it now we have mission creep now we have we go from russia collusion no evidence by anybody so now let's move on obstruction let's go onto financial issues office it never forget the house of representatives passed a wreck the resolution two years ago calling for a a special counsel in the irs targeting scandal we at pakelle resolution and games colmey and then attorney general older that no last year there were numerous calls her special counsel in the clinton investigation under the corner look like people would call or and again games call me at loretta lynch.

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"pakelle" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"pakelle" Discussed on KOIL

"Lynch is up to arrive balls and potential obstruction of justice hillary clinton known felonies mismanagement mishandling of classified information destruction of such as well both separate felonies then of course if you wanna real rusher conspiracy theory we have everything that went on with brag with with uranium won the all the people in q and it and it should happen in the judiciary committee in both the neograft but talk about that uh that that the appropriate committee to start looking at call me matter and not lynch matter and frankly the fact it colmey path two weeks ago that he we government meme eight government them all give the prime time and what would david of what was his goal hugh too create momentum for special counsel and not any facto council button friend and mentor his predecessor bob moeller the act he'd be worked out as well the let let let's start in getting the information getting these documents beginning hearing and they getting looking into all these matters don't i agree i mean let me play play some of the tape does when colmey testified and remember want the audience to know he leaked to the new york times for the very purpose of getting a special council he actually coordinated with robert muller before he gave his testimony before the senate intelligence committee on top of that rosenstein that it now we have mission creep right now we have we go from russia collusion no evidence by anybody so now let's move on obstruction let's go onto financial issues never forget behalf representative half the rent the resolution two years ago calling for a special council and the irs targeting candle we at pakelle revolution and games call me and then attorney general older that now last year there were numerous calls for special counsel in the clinton investigation senator cornyn require people recalled part and again games call me and what redolent that now but when it's about gained counterattack detention when someone in the department armageddon it we will week information government demo to the new york times in order to create momentum for special apple because it involved in com now how is that how that equal treatment under the law i think that's wellset let's.

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