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Fresh update on "parker" discussed on Howie Carr
"Associated with the website eyes two fold number one to have more vaccine so that fewer people have toe go on the site and find out that their number 68,455 in line. Um, again, that would be an improvement, hopefully of having additional capacity along the way. Now remember the riots of last late May early June, people there was a guy firing a gun at Pops on Tremont Street. They were burning buildings. They were looting storefronts. They were. They were just they were looting from massive down Newbury Street that across up Tre Mon, straight to downtown crossing. Everything was being looted. In the aftermath, and Charlie Parker said that was okay because it was. It was just using their it was a peaceful protest. They were exercising their First Amendment rights. But if you want Have a Super Bowl party. If you want to have a wake for somebody who's died. If you want to have a few people over for a barbecue, that's a that's an informal gathering and informal gathering strong. Charlie Parker is pro riot. He's the anti Barbecues cut 36. Informal gatherings..
Texas electric cooperative files for bankruptcy after massive storm
"The oldest and biggest electric power co op in Texas is declaring bankruptcy because of a massive bill from the States grid Operator Process. Electric Power Cooperative, based in Waco, filed for bankruptcy protection after getting a bill for $1.8 billion from ERCOT. Brazos is one of dozens of electricity providers facing huge charges from last month's brutal cold snap. Or got pushed up spot market rates for power and piled on service fees that were 500 times. The usual
Fresh "Parker" from Lori and Julia
"Lookout for a crash by 210 Street and Deuce Road a truck on the right side of the road at Interstate 35 210 Street that you might talk traffic your five eyewitness news Weather forecast from meteorologist Ren Clair tonight Partly cloudy 16 tomorrow. Sunny to partly cloudy. Breezy with high 43 right now It's 23 Sonny of my talk studios, bringing information such might be open to help. Tell your dad this isn't my talk dirt alert. Everything you need to know from the world of entertainment and pop culture at the top of every hour on my talk one of 71 Tell us everything. Every doctor Chloe's out made history last night at the Golden Globes aboard becoming only the second woman in the first Asian woman ever to invest director for her movie No man's Land. The last time a woman took home. The top directing prize was nearly four decades ago. Back in 1984. When Barbara strikes Yes, Barbara strikes in one of my random isn't that something amazing now also clung. Chloe's Owl was nominated as one of the three women nominated for best director last night alongside Regina King from one night in Miami and Emerald fennel for promising young woman and she plays Camilla Parker Bowles and season for the crown. Really? Yeah. Okay, Mormon. It's the.
Washington DC vaccine website issues frustrate residents
"Overloaded the D. C. Health covert vaccine appointment system for a second day in a row, the city says this morning. It's working with Microsoft to address these technical issues. But one council member who used to be the mayor want s'more of an explanation than that. Council member Vince Gray wants answers after a second day of technical issues on the D C health vaccination. Ointment portal. He's calling for a hearing with Mayor Bouncers Administration on March 4th tweeting quote. We must have a more orderly appointment process that doesn't add needless anxiety and frustration. We have more than 36,000 people visiting our appointment portal at the same time, Chief technology officer for the city, Lyndsey Parker says it's working with Microsoft to improve the system. Dozens on social media report time out errors and an inability to get past the step of entering the randomized capture code. Mayor Bowser reminded residents in a statement that more appointments will become available, but it's unclear if the site issues will be fixed. Megan Cloherty. W T. O
Zlatan Ibrahimovic criticizes LeBron James for activist role: 'Do the category that you do'
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There’s a hidden message in the parachute of NASA’s Mars rover
"You haven't seen the crazy footage of the new Mars rover touching down. It's pretty amazing. First of all, and some people have a lot of time on their hands because people online have spotted a hidden message in its parachute. Turns out that the super nerds at NASA use patterns in the parachute to spell out a message in Baia Neri Computer code. And translated, it, says, quote.
House to vote on Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package
"Votes today on a Biden's nearly $2 Trillion Cove in 19 relief package that includes $1400 direct payments to many Americans. $400 a week unemployment supplement and a child allowance as much as $3600 for one year. The package also has billions of dollars targeted at local governments, schools and Corona virus vaccines. The House is expected to easily pass the bill and send it to the Senate, where the reception won't be as warm with Republicans who opposed much of the package. One element that appears doomed is a move to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour. The Senate parliamentarian ruled Thursday that the minimum wage hike violates Senate rules for legislation that could pass with a simple majority.
4 minutes, 37 seconds: That's how close Texas came to complete grid failure
"Texas mayors are demanding answers from the head of the state's power grid. San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg says the state went in the middle of the night from barely a warning about power problems. To a critical level that required blackouts. The mayor sent a letter calling out the protocols and policies set forth by her cot Today, the head of the power grid will appear before several state legislative hearings, which are looking for answers as well. During an emergency board meeting early Wednesday, ERCOT officials revealed they were four minutes and 37 seconds away from a complete blackout had they not initiated the widespread controlled outages. Meantime,
House to vote on $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill this week
"With new virus variants. The House will vote Friday on a huge coronavirus relief package, and House Minority leader Mitch McConnell is not in favor. They're going to try to muscle is through on a totally partisan basis included in the package or plans to Dole out $1400 stimulus checks to many Americans. The measure is expected to cruise through the Democratic led house and will
President Joe Biden to visit Houston on Friday
"W. Away, I president Biden will be in Houston on Friday as the state recovers. He and the first lady plan to meet with city and state officials to discuss relief efforts after widespread power outages. The president will visit a Houston health center where Corona
Mars rover captures first sounds recorded on another planet
"Showing off new video and the first ever sound recorded on Mars. The Perseverance Rover has 23 cameras on board that sent back video from the perspective of the spacecraft landing on the Red Planet. It was the first time they've ever been able to capture such a dramatic event. Also being back to Earth for the first time was the actual sound of Mars. Perseverance was able to pick up the sound of a wind gust after making it successful landing last week on a mission to search for signs of ancient
Husband And Wife Duo Planned Capitol Attack With Oath Keepers, Feds Charge
"Department on Friday unsealed new conspiracy charges against two members of the oath keepers are husband and wife for their alleged participation in the capital Riot. Benny and Senator Parker are accused of coordinating with previously indicted members of the oath keepers who were all seen in matching uniforms in a stack formation, walking up the Capitol steps and into the building's east entrance. The husband and wife from Ohio allegedly discussed logistical plans for the attack in the preceding days, and the FBI obtained multiple images of the Parkers with other oath keepers at their hotel before the riot. The group collectively is now facing some of the most serious charges filed so far, baby sees
2 Oath Keepers indicted for conspiracy in Capitol riot
"Aftermath continues from the January 6th ride on Capitol Hill Friday, The Justice Department unsealed conspiracy charges against two oath keepers, a husband and wife for their alleged participation. Benny and Senator Parker are accused of coordinating with previously indicted members of the oath keepers who were all seen in matching uniforms in a stack formation, walking up the Capitol steps and into the building's east entrance. The husband and wife from Ohio allegedly discussed logistical plans for the attack in the preceding days, and the FBI obtained multiple images of the Parkers with other oath keepers at their hotel before the riot. The group collectively is now facing some of the most serious charges filed so far, that's a B C's
9 Oath Keepers indicted for conspiracy in Capitol riot
"Today on steel new conspiracy charges against two more oath keepers are husband and wife for their alleged participation in the January 6th capital Insurrection. Benny and Senator Parker are accused of coordinating with previously indicted members of the oath keepers who were all seen in matching uniforms in a stack formation, walking up the Capitol steps and into the building's east entrance. The husband and wife from Ohio allegedly discussed logistical plans for the attack in the preceding days, and the FBI obtained multiple images of the Parkers with other oath keepers at their hotel before the riot. The group collectively is now facing some of the most serious charges filed so far checking your money. The
Houston H-E-B stores instate purchasing limits on food, non-food items after winter storm
"As it gets. H E B's putting purchase limits in place for certain items following a winter storm that led to empty shelves and many locations company announcing that it is limiting the persons of food items such as brisket, bottled water, eggs, milk, bread and ice. Maximize at two per visit. HB also limiting the purchase of propane tanks, first aid and cleaning gloves and other supplies. Company says the purchase limits were meant to protect the supply chain and guarantee product
Emma Stone is downright mean in new trailer for 'Cruella'
"Today. Social media was buzzing because the trailer dropped for the new cruella. Deville live action. Movie starring emma stone. I'm sure i'll have to see it at some point but apparently people are really excited about it. Because i guess it's a good story and she's a great actress so we'll see
Winter storm in Texas leaves millions without power
"Of the power grid in much of the state of Texas left millions of Texans in the cold last night at one point more than two million households around the say without electricity due to those rotating power outages. Dan would Finn with the Electric Reliability Council of Texas says they know why is causing it. Primary driver of that is that we have almost 34,000 megawatts of generation that's been forced off the system. Either prior to the event or or during all these trips that had gone on. Burger wants utilities to continue to lure the demand through rotating outages. Those controlled allergy is expected to continue all day today and last check more than 300,000 San Antonio area residents were without power is CPS Energy says Customers may be without power for hours in some cases, and some may not have power restored for another 24 hours before things start returning to normal, President Paula Cole, Williams says, You can continue to expect the rolling blackouts. But in general this rotation Is going to continue to happen. We prefer to keep trying to get the system we stabilized. She's in San Antonio and contribute to the Texas re stabilization. She miss it. They did not expect the severity of this storm Gold. William says that while they're working around the clock to get everyone on the same power level as quickly as possible, it's going to take awhile.
Temperatures to rise this week in Seattle area along with potential for flooding; lowland rain expected after snow blankets region
"Is snow has been followed by rain and co Most character hostage has been across what Kim County talked to business owners, including Hallie Pernet of Sweet Bellingham, and reports on how things are looking. Their main arterials around town are clear. But still wet and some areas have that pooling water. Of course, those side streets, those still slushy and wet melting snow has allowed businesses in the fair haven neighborhood to re open. Snow forced them to shatter over the weekend. We all woke up Saturday morning thinking you're going to come to work for one of the busiest weekends of the year, and none of us could even get out of our driveways, Of course, that Valentine's Day when you can have a big one for bakeries across our region. Now, business has told me that folks are back out and about That hasn't helped to make up for some of those weekend losses and these higher temperatures, upper thirties and low forties or expected to last throughout the week. Road Cruiser in Stockholm ish county's still plowing snow, But they warn that melting snow could be the next challenge. Jim Parker with County public works, says residents can help prevent urban flooding look and make sure that their their dreams are open. That the water is able to drain is not plugged up with snow or debris that will certainly help get the water off of the road more quickly, he says. For now, Cruz is still plowing, sanding and de icing, snowy, icy roads. No more news
A Global Shortage In Computer Chips Hits Auto Industry
"The global auto chip shortage has intensified. Danny's Pellegrini a. Bloomberg has his and focus report, just this pandemic production was starting to get back to normal for carmakers now. The chips are down for the auto industry, and the computer chip shortage is slowing their assembly lines. It's manufacturers aren't able to get these ships and literally does stop the production. Tom Doll is CEO of Subaru America. You can't produce these vehicles. And then insert the chip later. The chip has to be inserted into the device before it gets put into the vehicles. GM is idling production of some small and crossover SUVs and Ford, Toyota, Nissan, Volkswagen and others have also cut production because of the shortage, a shortage caused in part by a jump in demand for phones. PCs game consoles, another Consumer Electron IX. During pandemic lockdowns, all things that doll says could be bad news for car buyers and other consumers down the road somehow find another source for your chip supply. It could be increases in chip
With New Video Footage, Managers Show How Close Rioters Got To Pence And Lawmakers
"Impeachment managers are using video of the D. C right to bolster their case against former President Trump In his Senate impeachment trial, impeachment managers shared new video of lawmakers being led away from rioters and Vice President Mike Pence being rushed to a secure location. As they claim the former president delayed sending help impeachment manager Joaquin Castro on January 6th. President Trump Left everyone In this capital. For dead impeachment managers will continue making their case today. The defense starts its 16 hours of arguments
"parker" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"I mean that's that's a. That's a sad situation because this guy has played you. Go look at the game winning drives. There's so many times. I think there was four games this year. And they lost one of the raiders. But i m one last week but you take four games. Where he. I mean they were behind there was. There's no way can't sit. He's gonna win this game. Who won the game patrick. Mahomes go back to the super bowl. What was the conversation on the sideline patrick mahomes. We're going to win this game. This pro football focus. They talked about that. he's also had more. What do they call those. Plays chris where people out on this dropped interceptor. He's like he had twenty two of those were guys like do a game ending picked. That was dropped that they include in these stat planning on. No well i know pro. Football focus gotta sale. What they sell they did make interception eighty pages so we can get. Hold that against of those guys that balls. Everybody touched to thank you. Thank you great same race. That's of it and he wasn't great just going to say this issue. He was not the mvp this year. He's a great player. It's not it's not a. What do you call a lifetime achievement award. Because we liked him. He had fifty touchdowns his first year. Twenty six last year and this year yet thirty eight. He was not the mvp. Wow so let let me so. They win the super bowl again. No the super bowl is after the season. I respect but i'm saying at this guy wins the super bowl again. He will have to super bowls and then bp what else. You want this guy. To do. Nothin' i'm just i have nothing against that. And if is what. I'm talking about this year. The regular season that's all. Yeah and i respect that. I know aaron rodgers had a bad. Look he has the most touchdown passes. He's done some great things and boy. Everybody thought because they strapped on quarterback. He's done his deal. I get it. But but what happened. And i get it like you said that's gonna be before the seasons out will know who the mvp is. But it's going to be interesting. Let's see the package go when the super bowl right all right. You great stuff. Thank you for the wisdom. I'm gonna pick rob parker up off the ground up good anytime you. What our this long enough for me. Man thanked be short catch. Live editions of the odd couple with chris. Broussard and rob parker weekdays at seven pm eastern four. Pm pacific on fox sports radio and the iheartradio app. It is the couple..
"parker" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"Do you do. let's see. And so i wanted to see her in that position. I think peterson thought about it. Like this rob. We got nothing to play for. Season's over for us nate such a great soldier for several years. I want to get him some reps and if you were getting crushed or crushing washington i would have been with that but you had a chance to win and i want to see hurts. In that position he ran for two. He wasn't throwing it great but he ran for two touchdowns he was making plays. You had a chance to tie with the feel. Golden you went for the touchdown. I think again not to throw it a game. I think peterson's thinking hey matter if we win or lose let me tried go forward or fourth. But it was a bad decision. Kick the field goal. See what hurts does in the fourth quarter and i think rob the players that did play they stay you own them a chance to win the game and you through in the third stringer which you know. Of course you're probably hope he pulls it out. But it you throw in the towel. And i don't think you i think you owed it to these guys that play there rob. I think i don't know. I'm not saying this is the case but you can risk losing your locker room with a move like that. I'm not so sure about that. I think they understand it and what it's exploded. You think hurts understood it. The guy's not gonna say anything that's a loss season that win or whatever it's better for the organization and it's not compromising the players. It's not asking hurts not to do this or that. That's the only thing you can have it two ways. If you found out that he told jalen hurts chris to play down or whatever. You can't do that would lose. I wouldn't have respect for coach like that. Who's telling the guy to two. Don't throw a touchdown throw a pick or we know what i may. Even play hurts though. I don't like this is not. Cyo rob this is not you know highs. Jv high school football where. Oh he's been you know. He's works hard and practice. Let me get him. Some you know run in the last game of the season no. He's getting his money getting paid enough. You know who sick over it. Right martin weiss had a ticket for the giants to win vision. Oh my god. He was so how much would do you know how much you would have won. I think close to a thousand dollars. Happy be sure to catch. Live editions of the odd couple with chris. Broussard and rob parker weekdays at seven pm eastern four. Pm pacific on fox sports radio and the iheartradio app whether you're a resolution person or not it doesn't matter miller lite with great taste. Just ninety six calories will be there to help you enjoy some much-needed miller time whether you're meeting new goals just making it to the weekend. Twenty twenty didn't set the bar too high for what counts improvement. 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Ninety seven point five. He co host. The fellas with lincoln kennedy hero fox sports radio on saturday mornings six to ten. Am eastern time. Our mayor anthony gorgon. What's up brother. Anthony sharpie do you new year. You do your man and look. I don't know i've haven't heard you take it on. This but rob parker surprised me in defending not only defending but applauding doug peterson. I thought it was a horrible move. I wanted to see jalen hurts in that in that in that type of situation see does he lead us to victory. I didn't. I'm worried about the integrity of the game and all that i just thought he should've played to win and he clearly didn't and you can do to me. You can lose the locker room that way. What's what's your take on this whole situation all right. Let me preface it by saying. I was a fan of the process and i still haven't it. The process right. And that is the sixers who needed to restart their franchise by gutting their roster. And they were all purpose. I what doug peterson. One of the worst coaches in the history of the nfl and masked by super bowl gives him a lot of cushion. Let me tell him. And he's gazing but what he did was weights w. e. a. k. weeks he'll be exposed by his players. That's the main listen. You could sit. Whoever you want and i agree with you when it comes to the integrity game like i. Don't you know we. We brought out a lot. But you gotta major quarterback problem. But you don't know when says right you. You're trying to figure out who hurts. Is you gotta spa right now. Think about this for a second to q. Is moving the ball. Imagine if he pulled the game out now listen. I'm all for six pick. Robbie so i get it you get number six. I know a and let me. Just say this. It was about art is anthony. I'm just going to say here's my three points. You're a the better better situation with the pick. Be instead of asking you not gonna ask players not to play hard or not to try to win so rather than do that. You put in lesser players. Who may be kicking done if they do right if they do. Then you tip your cap. And it is what it is. And the other part scooter giants. Why should the eagles look the giants scooter out of giants a day thinking about the giants but the giants as the cowboys. That's all beast man. 'cause i hate those efforts right so i hear you but all can decide what hurts pulls it out right. He's he'll feel great about himself right like you did neither him the opportunity anything he makes it close. He's gonna feel good about himself. What about offense of lying. What about the russel's players on defense. Who played their balls off on defense right and what. What's the message. Robby robby which matches you know what. I love the message. Remember that love him. Love is the message. Anthony law season. And all i'm saying is you don't want to hurt yourself in the draft order right you need players and the other part is if you stick it to the giants why nine why not using giant in that pope john saying but it's no. I'm not trying to help chris. I'm not saying that. They went out and their goal was to hurt the giants. But i don't need to help you and all the belly yet. You like anthony all our bellyaching from these x. giants and rely manning all these people that.
"parker" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"He'll have his eight hundred words on the best aretha Franklin songs coming up later onto the unit GonNa do that today, right? That's right and you respect so. Combined spoiler. Now you want clicks don't you everybody? That's that's our national anthem signature song. It is as good as it gets here but you know you're pretty good with heartaches. Maybe you'd have something different and be able to wall. Rob Parker is going to tell me it's not our ESPN. That's right that would be different if I did pick something. But in this case I'm sorry hate you still do that at USC teaching you told me I, remember when you first started Fox couple of years ago you'd say you come in and start a class wants to Wabi saying okay. GimMe a hot take all know he's still doing that. They have a, I have a class right now teaching called introduction of sports media at USC and I randomly everybody has to come prepared to class and randomly I, pick a different person every class every Monday we don't have school today of course but every Monday Jason and they have to start to class with a hot take absolutely wow 'cause I'm waiting on twitter for someone to say hey professor Parker took my hot take and use it on the air the. Trust me I'm taking notes. You get good hot takes from kids. Okay, you need a little bit more I'm impressed I'm impressed. They come ready to go to understand what a real hot take is not a lukewarm one but now I've been impressed by the kids so far. Do you have your classroom setup like it's one of the Fox shows where you're sitting in one seat? In the other six non fortunately we're doing everything you know. Online and and. That Portugal, this this semester, of course. So it's a little different, but I but I'm enjoyed it. Jason has won a best thing you know did is teaching. Students. I'll tell you why it's hot take theater with Rob Parker the tweak and call it. When you start a music comes down hot takes theater who am I speaking today?.
"parker" Discussed on Fresh Air
"From whyy in Philadelphia I'm terry gross with fresh air. Tomorrow is the centennial of Charlie Parker's birth, one of the most influential musicians of the twentieth century. Known as bebop along with others including trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie Drummer Max Roach and pianist Bud Powell, it was a turning point in jazz, but I many listeners resisted it as Max Roach told me in nineteen, eighty, seven, the Kurds was say busy sounds like he's playing mouthful of Marbles telly Walker was playing scales from a Saxon Book but Powell had no left hand and Max routes dropped bombs. Today we celebrate Parker Centennial with archive interviews with two musicians who played with him. Max. Roach and Trumpeter Red Rodney and another who considered Parker his mentor out Saxophonist Jackie McLean. Alto saxophonist and composer Charlie Parker one of the great American. Musical. Geniuses of the twentieth century was an originator of what came to be known as bebop tomorrow August. Twenty ninth marks, the hundredth anniversary of Parker's birth. To celebrate, we've pulled interviews from our archive with to musicians who played with him, Max Roach who invented a new style of drumming for the BEBOP era and Red Rodney, a young trumpeter who parker hired to replace. Miles. Davis will also hear from Alto, Saxophonist Jackie McLean who idolized Parker and would even loan his horn to Parker when Parker Saxophone was in hawk. Will hear their stories later in the show but let's kick things off with the tribute from our jazz critic, Whitehead who cost. Parker one of the most brilliant and influential jazz musicians ever and one of the most notorious for his use of heroin and alcohol leading to his death in nineteen fifty five at the age of thirty four. Kevin says at the heart of Parker's are wis his virtuosity on the Alto Saxophone. trumpeter Louis Armstrong and saxophonist John. Coltrane Charlie. Parker was so influential even players other instruments one of that sound. Trump bonus pianist guitarist drummers more copters, style or freezing. His sensibility pervades jazz on multiple levels. But when Charlie Parker I came up some luminaries like Armstrong didn't get it at all. For one thing there was Parker's unvarnished sound. Before him even alto players who got around on the horn and were free with the beat. Lay Benny Carter got a thicker sweeter..
"parker" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"Of the program Jason? Smith Rob Parker in for Dan and the Danettes today. Happy Fourth of July Eve. As, today is a huge day. Yes, Hamilton showed up today, which is very exciting, but today is a huge day in Major League Baseball as finally rob. We're going to get some pageantry. Some celebration players started reporting two camps on Wednesday took their corona virus deaths today. You have many different sports entities planning long coverage it. We're going to get interviews with players. We're going to see them working out and to actually see the players on the field and hear them talk about things like how. How they expect so when Soda Workout at shortstop this year or their bullpen is going to be so much fun. Yes, there will be a lot of covid nineteen talk, and clearly that's going to be the talk, but to get a little bit of sense of normalcy now I feel like we're like phase two of sports now where at least we've gotten a team sport back in. They're going to be on the field getting ready to try to play I'm with you I agree and. You know we're closer like three weeks away from opening day and the whole idea of trying to get some normalcy back in our live. Baseball's always been apart. Jason of trying times, and and we remember nine eleven. George Bush coming out on the mound at Yankee Stadium. Do you remember throw in that pitch in game three? And and people being able to settle back. Baseball's done that. Even in wartime, that's where the national anthem started getting played at baseball games as like a to to rally the troops and bring up the morale of the country so baseball being the sport coming back in this fashion. That's the way I look at it. It will be a return of some sort of normalcy. I not be different. Because won't be fans in the stands, but but people will be able to sit down in their living rooms have dinner or something and turn on the set and be able to go like okay. I'm watching my team. There's a ball game tonight. You got something to do for the next two or three hours and. And feel like life is somewhat returning back to some semblance of normalcy, so I'm excited I. Agree all the stuff coming out. All the conversations were starting to talk about the season. You've got to really really good teams in the dodgers and Yankees, who I picked before this whole thing happened. And who knows you know how it shakes out to some surprise team comes in the Houston Astros. Get off the hook because they will have to face fans all over baseball America this year. What if they win? What if the Houston Astros Win Jason? Have you thought about that? Joining us now all the hotline for more on these stories, USA, today baseball insider. You can follow me on twitter at being nightingale. It's Bob Nightingale Bob Good Morning. Man What's happening? Good here. What's up the best baseball writer in the country Bob Nightingale point blank. Wow He's going to borrow money from you now. Bob!.
"parker" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"You see why is a beat? The Texans trending at the top of twitter and I'm like Oh my God. What really did the Texans Sign Antonio Brown and I'm thinking to bill. O'Brien really do this I mean. That's the first thing Rob Parker that came to me was okay. Bill O'Brien has made so many horrendous traits. Did he really SIGN OFF ON GETTING ANTONIO? Brown and it turns out Chad. Chad Johnson put out a tweet saying ABC to the Texans with praying hands, and it kind of went from there. As Brown has been sending out videos making sure post videos every five minutes look I'm working out I'm at Russell Wilson's field. I'm here. I'm working with this quarterback all trying to get his way back into the national football league as if by putting stuff on social media. It's going to force people to sign him. It was really crazy last night. Yeah, those things are are. You know as Chad Johnson, is he? Is reporter now? You know how athletes loved like. Throw stuff out. They got a little information. You know sometimes where there's smoke. There's fire. They know something. They've had a conversation with somebody and would social media. They throw those things out so mild thing is. When it comes to AP like how long is this investigation by the NFL? This should be some sort of training. Camp is not that far away is he disqualified as he on the exempt list where he can't play. What is it enough already? You know there were allegations. Did they investigate it at some point, this guy still young enough and can still play. We saw he had a cup of coffee in a sweet roll with the. Patriots and that was a good look for a couple of games. We saw right. We know he can play. We know he's a playmaker. So I'm ready to have a ruling from the commissioner and let's let's do that. We're still waiting for a Robert Kraft. Bob Investigation wrapping up right on. I, don't remember that story out going away. Has that been? Has that been concluded? I'm just asking Jason. It's one of those things that Kinda was there and then. Hey, if it goes away, we can we can. We can just forget about it. I didn't forget about it Roger. Goodell and I'm going to keep talking about it until you address it. Okay. You always talk about protecting the shield. I want to know what happened down in Florida. I want details but I. do want to know of a B. is going to be available. If vailable and I'm a team that needs a wide receiver. We come on Jason this. IPAD six of the greatest seasons ever by a wide receiver. Would you admit that you? Of course he did? He's also been out of the game for awhile and can't last more than five minutes without finding his way out of town. That's the other side of the coin with Ab do. So let's figure things out. Let's head to the hotline bringing Fox. Sports Radio Sirius XM NFL insider Adam Kaplan. Adam, what's happening? Good morning, my friend good morning. Good to talk to you. Yeah, I've I've known you for a long time, so..
"parker" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"Pitchers and. Like I said he was able to maintain. Nice career and no seventy seventy, one, the no hitter and Just all star Scar with Vita blue. Another black pitcher back in the day, and just that all black starting lineup some of those things also in seventy six. You know you've got to ring the Yanks. So This thing. No doubt, thanks for sharing some memories of your lay dead dock Ellis third joining us here on inside the Parker. Thanks so much dot..
"parker" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"Thanksgiving and I loved Turkey lay. Back. Let me say this is probably the best one I've ever had to judge. We started with Martin. Almost going off. The top wrote about Thanksgiving. Saying how it isn't as big as a holidays it should be then Chris. Almost lost me by saying Halloween has no lust after twelve years old when I could say I've been to many Halloween parties as an adult, and it's a pretty damn good time, and then Martin almost again by going back into it, and then rob comes back. You know over the bringing family, but it all comes down to this guys and this is going to decide who the winner is. Can you play this song on any other holiday? That is not the. More why Outta here? Out? I have I have one thing to say here. Rob Parker. Rob Parker described Thanksgiving down lovely on December, twenty four.
"parker" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"Young women who disappeared and turned up dead in Horace Mexico right across the border from El Paso Texas. It has story about borders, migration and corruption. We talked to victims, families, FBI agents and a former US ambassador to understand why these crimes have remained unsolved. Listen to Forgotten Women of Juarez on the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your put costs. Is the couple Chris Arrive on the worship Wednesday, and it is time for shop talk. A nobody. You. Would've. Show. That is right. It is the odd couple Fox sports radio with Chris. I Rob Parker the hottest growing radio sports talk show in the country, and by far the greatest ever worked with and the greatest people to listen to Oh man and you know we like to go doing the heard. Wild I hope no. CB I kind of said like I'd prefer to do this with you. Guys because we're gonNA barely and doing all that it. It's not my forte. I I must more enjoy with you guys, this is. My. Intro Bro, you might show come on now. I know we've been doing a lot of things lately. Outside of the world is sports, and especially now more than ever where how society is going how we're shifting with our views in pushing equality as everything should be. There's been a lot of talk now with brands in how this. There's a lot of things that need to be changed so Ben's and Mrs Butterworth's. They've been following Jemima in phasing out racial stereotypes and logos, so there's been. been a lot of different things earlier. This Wednesday quaker oats announce that it's retiring the hundred and thirty year old at Jemima brand, a logo and a lot of other companies are shortly following so I..
"parker" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"Or, between MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred. Players Association President leader. Tony Clark seems to be thawing, and it looks like we will have baseball, so we'll get into that. There's obviously in MBA. Talking NFL talk as well we got Jim. Jackson fourteen year NBA veteran friend of the show F S ONE NBA. Analysts was with US yesterday row for about three minutes. Today at the bottom of the hour for full segments, so that'll be fun, but How are you man? How's your day going? Are you ready step back? I'm happy. Rob Parker. Dancing around I'm happy. I'd notice no done deal yet Chris, but the framework is there and I'm happy that the commissioner and Tony Clark that they met face to face. Could you can't get anything done without meeting, so we know? John, Hayman was the first one out with this story. I worked with him at Newsday. Chris Great Baseball writer and columnist. I do believe deals going to be struck I. do believe we're going to have baseball and I'm just happy because it would have been the worst thing in the world to not have a baseball season and I don't care how small it is I'm just glad. All right well, we will get into that worst thing in the world have been given over. Statement would have been the. World, I would have been on a cliff out. About. Care we'll let you or that. We'll give you a sabbath. We will get to that. Let me introduce the crew. We of course on the ones and the twos on his worship with. Alex Tiger Aka Alex Uva Vegan, and we got the producer lead Delap in for rob G. Lead it a great job yesterday. Today we said this. Go Back Day. I mean shabby all month right right? We'll have to see Listen to what y'all are saying. Look Ratings. Oh Wow, look always taking a vacate. You're talking about me when I'm not here. Never take devolve. Please you tell you it was time for arrives annual or not annual, but every three months you take some time off his bow wherever you are. What are you doing? Just taken off just? Ratio staycationing I got some stuff to take care of. Dental procedures, so couple of things that I need to take care I'm going to do so okay, so you'll be gone the next two days after this and we got David, GASCON Own Avi updates tyrod. Let's get this thing going, and you said it major league. Baseball looks like they are about to make an agreement, and it looks like it'll be either sixty or sixty five games right expanded playoffs right so that's eight..
"parker" Discussed on Ledlow & Parker
"So you know you're gonNA laugh at that. Miss Parker I like it for me to take the stress off off the joints and then when I got the call from a local you know pro rider out here. And he's like. Hey you know we should tag up and do this race together and I was like well. I just Kinda ride for fun. And he's like Oh but you know it. Of course it'd be Sorta Kinda like the trails you do and you know you know where we live. There's trails everywhere. I was like all right and once I got there everyone all lined up and helmets shades. Everyone's in their lycra suits. And you know you're at the start line. The juices started to come back and I was like. Oh my God. This is like Joe Ball. This is like started to flood back and I was like okay. I'm hooked and then I got serious about it and it's a great way to stay in shape and I just love being outdoors snow being in the middle and getting lost on these unbelievable beautiful trails here in Santa Monica Belt. There's nothing like it and again to be fifty four and be competitive in a second sport. tried to move my way up to the ranks. I'll never be a pro mountain bike racer but I could be a cat one. Which is the right below pro. That's my ultimate goal right now on the cat to working to get to a one status So it's been fun to enjoy the grind and the process. That takes you back to. Oh I gotta get up at three up Shirley blocking my shot again into my mom's rose up I gotta work on their up like that so it brought back those those juices of what the grind it used to be and I'm starting. Hey like drake Starting from the bottom year old guy in my category. 'cause when I first started racing they were right by me laughing. All.
"parker" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"Hey everyone this is Kelly you with too broad stalking politics and I am on as usual with my co-host Sophie. Hey Sophie eight Kelly and we are joined today by Mariah Mariah Parker who is the county commissioner in district two of the Athens Clarke County Georgia. I'm Maria. Hey thanks for having me on the show yeah. Thanks so much for joining us so I think I have a lot of questions for you. But why don't we start in with just a little bit of background. Tells a little bit about yourself. Kevin how you came to be county commissioner in Athens Clarke County Georgia sure so I moved to Athens about six years ago I was looking for change kind of living at home with my parents and I had some friends who lived in Athens came to visit started sleeping on my friends. boyfriends couch got a job at a diner here there and never went back to Raleigh Kinda do but then later got involved in two ways in Athens. I became a graduate student at the University of Georgia where I said he thinks affects got my master's there and they also got involved in the music scene here. Athens listeners would know that folks like Aria Montreal and Neutral Milk Hotel or famously from here and so we have a very robust music scene and I hadn't really taken part in music before but you know it written wraps my whole life so I became a rapper sounds like a lot of community around that and it's important to the story of how I got involved in politics because it's both was like a political training ground for mm-hmm and how I met the candidate that got me into politics organizing hip hop shows and ran into gentleman by the name of Tommy Valentine. He's running county commissioner at the time and he got me thinking about the way that community organizing in a political sense very much like organizing the community around the arts and and music and the way those skill set so transferable and to my surprise you know I'm just like this rapper with no political experience. He asked the campaign eventually became field director than campaign director and then decide to run for office myself so that's a little bit about how I got involved in politics. It's your nothing and what was specifically interesting to you about the commissioner position. Well I saw an interesting moment in the political landscape landscape of Athens that I felt like someone really needed to step in to for one there are a number of candidates running on progressive platform for things like comprehensive civil rights and discrimination Legislation Marijuana Decriminalization for housing republic transportation things like this but there weren't enough of them if they were also elected for them to actually have the mandate behind the rail to get things done to have that majority they would need to vote these things into reality and so oh that's a scary part of working on a campaign. I believe a lot it but wasn't sure if it could pull off a lot of promises. You're making it the community so I know when they needed like a sixth player on the team in order to accomplish that at the time in addition in my district where I live there have been a gentleman who would throw it on the Commission for about twenty five years and had won uncontested largely for the majority of that time and he had stepped down to run for mayor and so a protege of his was running for at the again running uncontested so those two converging issues that I saw going on one democracy was not playing out in my district and two do we needed this progressive slate in order to accomplish any of the things that we were raising conversation in the community about and so why at the time was still learning a lot about what a commissioner isn't what commissioner does I felt empowered to like run for office one day for running this campaign and just uniquely opportunity for me to step in and give people an option even if I failed so that's why I went for it and I definitely got a crash course on county government since then so when you were sworn in as some of the pictures when a little bit viral you're in teen vogue and some other places in part you know you when you were sworn born in your sworn in a copy on a copy of the autobiography of Malcolm X. So talk a little bit about that and and what the you know I know a little bit about what the National Reaction Action was but what was the local reaction to us sort of being your authentic self even in the swearing in ceremony interesting question because at first it was hard for me to gauge what the genuine local reaction was given the way that the Internet operates and the way that folks from all all distant in corners of the globe can participate and compensation whether or not they have a dog in a fight or not and so two separate out a lot of patrolling that I was getting from Immuno Portland or Texas and Mississippi Frog abode ways that people are actually thinking and feeling here in Athens was a struggle for me because it was somewhat of a dealers but overwhelmingly I felt that the reception was really positive. People were really really hinging their hopes for a reaction to the trump administration I should and for really progressive for progressive change really like have a grassroots uprising here in Athens on this election and so so to see that one of their elected politicians was starting off with a really bold stance and unwilling to compromise it being themselves. I you think drew more hope and admiration than it did vitriol even though when you you know in the comments section and doesn't always quite Dr Phil. This was a special election. I think we know did end you you won by thirteen votes which is not a huge huge margin of victory obviously super impressive and you knew that every door you knocked was important when you win by thirteen votes a but you run again in twenty twenty and so how does that how does that does that affect your your thinking at all your campaign strategy at all knowing how razor thin margin was less time. How do you think about running again well. There's two ways to approach it. I feel like you could be very politically politically calculated and trying to make the most amount of like important people happy in order to safely secure reelection or as with a lot of things in life. You can treat it. Does you only have one chance and go for it and I believe in really going for it in terms of like really pushing hard for like progressive change now rather than letting and this very circuitous and labyrinths seen system work. Its way out the way it has to do with government. I prefer pushing hard now. Because I think that excites the people there might be some people who are more in favor of incremental change or you know in favor on the status quo and hesitant to see things change at all but do have a lot of power. Howard and fluency thing folks that are you know the most dependable voters but at the end of the day for me. It's not about getting reelected or not. It's about doing the right thing and so for me. It's like pushing to make sure we expand free bus access to more than this year we expanded it to disabled folks and senior citizens so we're also trying to push to get it three on election days and things like that trying to work out some of the kinks and problems we've had with marijuana decriminalization now rather than waiting for the Solicitor General to figure out how he's going to deal with legislation to me pass going ahead and pushing for a really comprehensive and oh discrimination legislation because right now hate crimes are legal Georgia or you know they're not adjudicated against as a separate crime so there's all these things that like we could wait to see what happens or we can do something about now and I I'm approaching my term and they got all but in terms of the field strategy edgy. I think that we build a really strong campaign. Last time I was very lucky to be able to plug some extra volunteers in some extra push into the campaign I had already built around around my friend who was running at the time and so a lot of folks are still hearing a lower more people who were then might have gotten inspired by the the Malcolm X. Situation and now see this as their opportunity to jump in and be a part of something exciting so we're gonna out there and knocking on doors relentlessly meet folks further out out in the community and we'll see what happens as with last time when I feel like I just have to get work done and the a lot of the work has already been done being elected all Sean people that are this possible so so I am a writer and I've thought about running for local office but it's kind of intimidating because I feel like a lot of the people who run for local office are either like lawyers lawyers or business owners and you're a creative person. I got really excited when I saw it. You know you also so I have a creative writing degree. You also have won a linguistics student in your musician in you. Talk a little bit about like sort of in the things that you bring to the job from your creative background yeah totally. I feel like I got my all my political training like in the hip hop community here in Athens I've never debate club as a kid I was never involved in political society groups but like I learned how to debate debate and like hold my ground and communicate my you know my confidence in myself my confidence in my community like defend myself through room rap battles like I was one of the only women battling around the time that the hip hop scene started to see a resurgence back about three years ago and that that spending up against folks constantly who were coming at me a about you know the way I talk and wait address this and that and being being able to respond gracefully and creatively and spontaneously in a moment to challenges that arise in front of you is like one of the greatest strengths of being a good leader being the politician. I definitely think I bring a lot of that like since of grounded nece and flexibility of thinking into the commission chambers with me every time I go there because it's a rap battle rap battle. Only folks don't think they know the rules but I plan by different set of rules and Lex like a come to win so I definitely think that is a blue. It's the way that I undertake public service and then being opponent creative native world especially the world like hip hop. You're intimately connected with stories of struggle. You here folks talking about the things that they've seen that things. They've had to do to to get by the things that are holding them back from even being successful in their art and you are. I think a lot of the lawyers and business folks that you're talking about. Forget about those stories they forget about those people and I feel like hip hop artist experiencing a lot of that art and being part of fostering community but it's like let's set up through like organizing in the music scene 'cause definitely in a form what issues. I think are important or on our most urgent and like help me keep a foot in that world to remember like the people who are genuinely affected by the change. We are debating implementing. Do you find yourself rapping at all in county commissioner meetings things I will occasionally take notes in like on my little legal pad in like verson meter for like man. It's my time to speak. I don't think I don't think I could happen here. It doesn't feel like the VIBE is wrong but like to process thoughts to prepare what I'm going to say. In response to something are like to channel some of that jury. I will definitely pin little APPs when I'm sitting in City Hall for sure so I have been impeached. He student didn't it didn't take and I've I've been around for so I've been around. PhD students a lot so you know perhaps a lot of people. The most surprising things about you running for office are that you're you're young and those sorts of things to me. The most surprising thing is that anyone can balance. Phd Studies running for office. I mean what how how how do you balance. How is that possible I I. It's a question I a lot and I honestly don't know how it works. It's working like I'm still working to the kings of like how to serve the public and Dan you know crap my lesson for Thursday do all my readings for Friday and like he my adviser off my back at the same time. It's something that I'm constantly learning and I think embracing that like everything is practice and everything is is teaching. You like how to be better if you frame. AM struggle or failure as system that you need to stop and reflect and show some compassion like recognize you humanity and like Chile Abed keeps me sane whether or not that keeps the quality of my Phd Work Up..
"parker" Discussed on The Screenster Podcast
"Development executives and production executives to a certain extent will step in and help help guide those scripts to a point where you know i director becomes interested or a certain actor that has value in the marketplace ace that then makes it a much more five package. Hello and welcome to the screens greenstone podcast a podcast talking about films television shows and the people who make the magic happen in frontal and behind the camera. I'm georgie an actress trysts and screen lover and i'll be talking to my guests about their careers in the industry what it takes to keep saying in an unpredictable world and what movies have inspired them along the way eh jason parker is my guest this week. I called him in vancouver canada where he's based aced as director of development at production company. What does that mean. I hear you ask well. That's why i wanted to chat about. We also chew the fat over why more tv shows and films films are being made outside of hollywood and whether he thinks the u k film industry can ever really compete uh you know the role of the director of the peace here is somebody.
"parker" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Parker Ray was only twenty three but he had already abducted raped tortured and possibly even murdered at least ten women his methods of torment were graphic and ranged from the use of fish hooks to the use of electricity all intended to cause as much pain and suffering as possible by this point David had also been married and divorced twice he even had a son who he abandoned and yet despite his failed relationships and sadistic sexual practices David was not yet done with pursuing romance in the early months of Nineteen Sixty six David met Glenda Blenda Bernardine an eighteen year old girl who had a toddler named Ron Glenda was a quiet girl looking for someone to help raise her child and David was a tall twenty six year old man looking for a young lover the the couple dated for a short time then quickly married in a shotgun wedding on May second nineteen sixty seven David Glenda saw the birth of their first child together a baby girl they named Glenda Jean Ray for a few few short months David lived with his family wife son Stepson and newborn daughter but he bristled under the pressure of family lifestyle and soon abandoned his wife and kids as he had before by the the fall of nineteen sixty seven David became a drifter began moving from place to place all across New Mexico and Arizona as he traveled he would use his mechanic skills to perform odd jobs making enough to get by those who met him at the time <music>. I'm forty was charismatic and intelligent and none suspected his darker side as he traveled the road. Eventually he grew tired of the nomadic life in the fall of nineteen sixty nine. He moved back home to Albuquerque once there he began courting Glenda a second time and as far as we can tell his wife welcomed him back with open arms shortly after moving back Home David began taking courses in airplane repair mechanics he passed his courses with flying colors and became a certified aircraft mechanic with this new credibility he was also offered a job as an instructor in aircraft mechanics at the Spartan School of `aeronautics in Tulsa Oklahoma so in nineteen seventy he moved his family to Tulsa in public. David Parker Ray was a respected instructor and laid back father his children remember him rarely showing any signs of anger and he never lashed out at them however even while he treated his own children well he was still stalking the night snatching at least two women a year to fulfill his sadistic sexual fantasies his sick behaviors spike eighteen thousand nine hundred seventy three when he was thirty three years old throughout that year he kidnapped five different women two teenage sisters he picked up as they were hitchhiking. He tortured them for five days to he picked up at a bar before torturing them for a weekend. The fifth woman he abducted was a thirty year old mother who happened to have her infant son with her when she hitched a ride with David Parker Ray he took the woman and her son to a location labeled e b the tent each side many investigators suspect this cryptic label stands for the east side of Elephant Butte Lake in New Mexico. This was likely the first or second time ray had taken someone to the location that would later you become as primary hunting and disposal grounds in his notes. He describes the infant boy as a pain but he states that Momma wasn't bad he likely killed this woman and her child then dumped their bodies in the lake. Elephant Butte Lake is particularly well suited to hiding bodies has the shore recedes into the lake. The bottom drops off steeply at its deepest the Lakers one hundred fifty seven mm feet deep and the bottom of the lake is filled with silt that swallows any solid object unlucky enough to reach the bottom David had been so meticulous in covering up his crimes that police had never even suspected him of partaking in any any criminal activity but even if they had been looking for the victims at Elephant Butte Lake the search would have been nearly impossible. David was aware of the benefits of disposing of a body in this lake and it's reasonable to suspect that this drew him back to Elephant Butte Lake time and again through the rest of the nineteen seventies. David moved his family to Victoria Texas where he ran a gas station then moved his family back to Albuquerque where he got a job working for the railroad during all this time his killings never stopped as he maintained his usual pace of killing at least two girls a year he also spent this period of time forming a particularly close bond bond with his daughter Glenda junior who had taken to calling herself Jesse in order to distinguish herself from her mother from a very young age Jesse knew about her father's vile sexual activities he had normalized sadistic mystic sexual practices by exposing her to violent sexual images at a young age much like his father had done to him and he also made no effort to hide his victims from his daughter but as she was just a child at the time time she had no way of knowing that his actions were wrong and gruesome his violence did not stand between their relationship while David was growing closer to his daughter he was growing further apart from his wife Glenda for unknown reasons Zain's David and Glenda divorced in nineteen eighty one when David was forty-one by Nineteen eighty-two David had moved to Phoenix Arizona he got a job at an up and coming autoshop working under a man named billy stone alongside nine business partner Billy Ray bowers billy recognized David skill and with both men working together the business started to grow quite large David was making more money than he ever had before and he decided to spend that money on a second can home in one thousand nine hundred three forty three year old David least plot of land in truth or consequences and began spending most of his time in Phoenix and his weekends near Elephant Butte Lake around that same time David began making connections within the underground Bedia Sem Community in Phoenix through that community he met a woman named Jonny Lee with this relationship David had found himself more of a match Joni. Lee was also into the same same kind of be d._S._M.. And kinky sex as David in a very similar pattern to his previous relationships he and Joanie Lee got married making this David's fourth marriage while we don't know if Joni Lee participated in David's kidnappings her relative comfort with his sexual fetishes allowed him the freedom to begin designing and constructing his own bondage and sexual torture devices on his property David would likely experiment met with these devices on his wife consensually and use her responses to inform his designs he stored many of these devices in his home near Elephant Butte Lake and she thought there was nothing strange about it while Joni Lee may or may not have known about David's criminal activities his daughter Jessie knew all about his crimes by the time she was nineteen in nineteen eighty six she had personally taken part in some of his darker exploits flights because she had been raised by David Parker Ray Jesse believed that his sexual fetishes and criminal behaviour were rather normal. She knew that what he did was illegal but she believed that nothing was particularly wrong with it while her lack lack of awareness may seem baffling this particular mental phenomenon is not especially rare. It has long been noted that bad behavior is often learned and reinforced by our peers and even more so by our parents Kevin Seven P conway a doctor of Behavioral Health Science and Joan mccord a doctor of criminology published a study in a scientific journal titled Aggressive Behavior. This study found that nonviolent offenders are more likely to commit commit violent crimes if they do so with another person who had committed violent crimes before the study also found that non violent offenders who are introduced violence through an accomplice are far more likely to commit acts of violence in the future than those non violent criminals who are not introduced to violence by their peers Jesse had been introduced to violence at a very young age so her participation in her father's crimes was bound to escalate with time. When Jesse was comfortable with their fathers crimes she still butted heads with him from time to time one day in one thousand nine hundred six? She and David got into a massive fight. We don't know what caused the fight but we do know that in in June of one thousand nine hundred eighty six Jesse had become so infuriated with her father that she decided she would get him sent to prison. Purely out of spite Jesse got in touch with the F. B. I. Office in Albuquerque she told the F._B._i.. Hi All about her father over the phone. She spoke for quite a long time about David's fetishes. She told them all about how David had regularly abducted dozens of women and brought them to secluded areas for days on end. She then told them that once David was through with his victims he would either kill them or transport them south of the border to Mexico where he would sell them into sexual slavery naturally the F. B.. I. Agents were stunned to hear what Jesse she had to say. They were confident they had a solid lead and in nineteen eighty six for the first time David Parker Ray was going to come under the scrutiny of the law. Unfortunately David Parker Ray would not be discovered as a criminal until nineteen ninety.
"parker" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Parker. Welcome into Tuesday, the twenty third day of April joined now by San Antonio. I news national correspondent bills Infor. You may recall it wasn't that long ago February to be exact president of the United States met with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN in Vietnam broke down due to disagreement over ridding North Korea its nuclear arsenal. And last Wednesday. Of course, North Korea said they test fired a tactical guided weapon more on that coming up right now Bill like to talk to you about the fact these reports that Kim's going to sit down with the president of Russia. Well, more than reports. Now, Charlie there is confirmation from both the Kremlin and from North Korea's state news agency that there will be a meeting between bladder. Amir Putin and Kim Jong on they say soon, I'm saying very soon as early as tomorrow in bladder Vostok, Kim Jong UN reportedly ready to get on board that armored. Train and make the four hundred twenty-five mile trip from John Yang up to flat Avaz stock as Vladimir Putin makes his way to the belt road for them in Beijing this weekend, he will stop and bladder Bostock and sit down with Kim Jong on in a meeting that has to be a little bit unnerving on the White House. Of course, Kim Jong UN is trying to get Russia on his side of the court when it comes to pushing for at least partial sanctions relief while Vladimir Putin. Well, he is looking to insert himself in the game here with North Korea and has always shown that propensity to get involved with countries that may have fraying relationships with the United States like Syria, Iran, then as Waylon and now possibly North Korea. And I'm top of that North Korea likes Russia's Christie supplies. They like to get them to invest to in their industrial plants, railways, some other infrastructure and on the other side of that Russia anticipated in gaining access to mineral. Resources. Absolutely. There are a lot of projects that they went to work together on of course, they share a short border there. And they're also about eight thousand it's estimated and this could be a low number eight thousand migrant workers who come from North Korea into Russia to work every day. So, you know, Russia wants to be able to maintain that as well. And so does North Korea because a lot of that money, of course, comes back to that country. A lot of projects that could be held up by sanctions right now. So there is an economic benefit between the two as well. But you have to wonder Charlie is a little bit of best buddy competition going to happen here as Kim Jong UN sits down with Vladimir Putin. Maybe a little horseback ride in a Russian countryside involving the two leaders as President Trump watches from afar with this possibly expedite a third summit between the president and Kim. I don't know because this'll be interesting to watch will President Trump get involved here. And have a statement to say about this. If these two leaders released a statement saying that there should be partial sanctions relief for North Korea. That's going to be the main push by North Korea in this meeting Willett prompt another one, you know, I'm not sure we have had North Korea being critical of the US on several fronts here, including the demand that Mike Pompeo be replaced by the United States in any future negotiations. Not sure if that's going to happen. I wouldn't put money on that one. Appreciate the update. San antonio. I news national correspondent bills in for put down the phone head to WalMart and get yourself. One of those old clock radios. Tell you why coming up and true, Texas style big bibs barbecue slow cooked up the fourteen hours every day aged oak, and mosquito woods that time consuming process gives the meat that pink tinge. It's called a smoke ring and a very huge prized attribute and barbecued.
"parker" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"In the WNBA and Candace Parker joins us on the sports media podcast, Kansas. Thanks for taking the time today. Thanks for having me. You got. All right. So I want to start here. You're still playing you still one of the. I women's basketball players in the world. So why is this the right time to pursue broadcasting on what is basically a full-time basis outside of your playing career? Fortunately, you know, for the WNBA it's in the summer and you know, they look at that as our main season, but our main season is overseas. You know, I played ten years overseas. I've played in Russia. I've played in China played in Turkey and at this point in time when I was looking at the off-season, anybody that knows me knows my daughter comes first and every year since she's been born. I've had to up route her, you know, in some way, shape or form and take her to a foreign country. And this year it just, you know, it's about her, and I felt that at this point in my career, I'm able to make this choice to kind of transition into what I wanna do after you know the ball stops bouncing Georgia's Leyla. Is that right? I lay, yeah, nine years old. Her passport. Must be incredible given Bishop. She's had quite a few stamps in her passport quite a few visas. You know her first her first preschool was Russia was in Russia and. He learned the language pretty well. So it was very unique to see a, you know, a black kid speaking Russian. It's great world traveler at nine years old. All right. So if you can wh in terms of your Turner schedule, give us roughly what the schedule is from the start of October to win. You would theoretically go to WNBA training camp. Well, with Turner, I signed, you know, through two thousand nineteen. And you know, I'm very excited to be a part of this because last year I came on you, I came on after all star break and was able to cover some March men is. But this time I'm going gonna start, you know this, this coming weekend, you know, every Sunday and Monday. I'll be in studio with NBA.
"parker" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"San Antonio first news with Charlie, Parker Charlie Parker in the. Building Crystal purely McCurdy Megan Bishop good morning everybody. So much to talk. About a little bit later in the hour I got a, charity I heard you, talking about the story going on, in Austin the names of. Streets including the name of the city maybe being offensive to people we'll get into that the president threatening to. Shut down the government over. The border wall and funding, for immigration we will get, into that but I. Think big, news San Antonio over the weekend one of, our, icons in fact if we change the name to, of Austin Texas maybe although he doesn't have a connection. To Austin may we change change the name of, Austin, to Madhu modern turned. Forty one years, old over the weekend Texas not. Slowing, down either not slowing down. But we're still on mono watch yeah I'm going crazy, here ITO it's funny because on one of his, social media post there's this Beautiful. Picture money with, his wife gorgeous scenery in the. Background, and he said you know. The best part of this is being able to party, with her And it, kind of gives a hint that he may be MRs that family time and doesn't. Want it to end because you know you know being on the cord that requires a lot, of their time away from, his kids away from his wife, so I don't know if, you want to, look into, that more than what it really is but you're scaring me charity We we lost this summer as everybody knows Tony Parker goes to Charlotte Kawhi Leonard leaves we kinda thought that was coming but Danny green and we're still just. A couple. Of years from losing Tim Duncan I I don't think, I could handle nobly walking away this summer who's, going to be the leader Harry question in. Is an emotional leader to Easters Amapa we. Almost need one of the the old guard to, get everybody in line and and I hope he gives it well at least one season with all the new faces we've got he does have one more year, on his, contract decision but that, contracts still says one more year anyway so much to talk about lots going on. We are all over it all morning long you're listening to San Antonio's first news on NewsRadio, twelve hundred w o a.