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Fresh update on "pat quinn" discussed on Anna Davlantes

Anna Davlantes

01:27 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pat quinn" discussed on Anna Davlantes

"You're newsmaker interviews. How dare you allow United States senator to cut into my time? Well, I was trying to get out of him there, too. If we're going to keep the U. S attorney that's a concern. You know, it's a big issue. And its concern for many of us because he's last I checked. He's in charge of the comment thing, which is not done yet and that something may blow Hello. Can you hear my book? Officially? Hello? Hello? Yeah. And I remarked to today that Schumer made news today because he held up his flip phone and he was talking about how he's in touch with everybody. But my takeaway and yours would be too, I think is that why is another high profile politician using a flip phone? Why Why is this happening? Mike Madigan using He's why Mike Madigan supposedly didn't have a phone didn't own a phone because you remember there's that situation where, when Governor Quinn Was in office and they needed something done in and Quinn said. No, he doesn't have a phone. Nobody can reach him. And ever. Everyone was like what? He doesn't. Oh, he doesn't have a phone now. I would like to in Mr Madigan's defense, I would like to say I could see a scenario where if Pat Quinn asked for your number, you're like, I'm sorry. I don't No, I don't have a phone, So it's 5882 300. That's my number on. Do you know who else used to flip phone? Rahm Emanuel? Uh huh. Yeah. Fascinating. So you know who else uses a flip phone? Who cook County Sheriff Tom Dart? Uh huh. Must know something I don't know. I don't think it's always having sometimes it's just a little old school. Right, You old school. They all have to be politicians. Do you know anyone who's not a politician who happens to have a flip phone? Anyone? Just name one? I wanna hear it. Mm hmm. Okay. We'll move on What's going on over at Channel nine. Today. You've got a big There's investigative report tonight. No, no investigative report. We're We've got several interesting stories are brought into more situation. Yes. Yeah, we'll talk about that in just a second, but I want to Bring your attention. You know, a lot of Chicago public school elementary school students went back to in person learning on Monday. Remember that kind of a big deal? Yeah, I do. Well, apparently Chicago public school officials are Having a little difficulty doing addition. No, no. I mean, it's Thursday, and they still can't tell us how many students actually showed up. Oh, And that's unusual and brought into multi was spoke speaking with some school officials today and Preston pretty hard on it, and they said, Well, you know, it's been a partner, Peapod them and brought a said so it's hard to tell him burn. It's okay. How many eight part students showed up. Well, I can't did my experiences when they don't want to give you the number. There's a reason that I want to give you the number. Yeah, I'd say so It should be pretty transparent. They should be about that. That's seems like something you should know. My guess is there that it might be lower than they wanted because many parents are coming back wanting their kids to come back. And so that's that's the position they're in. Um well, see, though I'm sure that number has to be made available. At some point you can expect Certain person whose name starts with Ben and ends, and Bradley has submitted a freedom of Information Act. Request is one. Yes, about Morris. No. Yes s Oh, yeah. You've heard a lot about the Range of impacts of having Covad 19. Yeah, There's obviously the physical impact on your lungs and other organs. There's brain fog. There's some long holler issues. There's a family down in Morris, who fears that their husband had in father had covert had Covitz psychosis, which Is a real thing that basically they think the virus to some degree re wires your brain. So what happened is in mid February. The name Ben Price got covert 19. He was knows how he got it, he wrote in a group of in a car with a group of guys to Bible study. On everyone who was in that car Got Cove in 19. He had asthma and was hospitalized for four days with some lung issues, and his widow told me today he came out. Totally different man. He his eyes were bowl Jing out. He was pacing around the house. He kept saying, I'm scared. I'm scared. I'm scared. I'm scared, she described it is a little delusional. The doctors gave him Xanax to try to calm him down. Bottom line within two weeks of that covert diagnosis. On just a few days after his hospitalizations, he took his own life. My dad. And so, yes, So it's again. We don't know. What specifically happened there, But she said, You know, I know Ben and I know what he lived for. And I also know that that was not the same man who came home from the hospital. And so she she wants others to Aware and to not chalk up any signs of mental health issues after a bout with co vid You know it so well, that just happens. It'll get better because even the medical team, she said. It wasn't really sure about it. But there has been some research just now, starting on this covert psychosis phenomenon. And, um But you know, the medical community has been so focused on Understanding and researching how the virus works and treatments that there hasn't yet been. What done on You're really getting into how it effects different parts of your body. Yeah, the long hauler stuff. We talked about that a lot with Dr Copan at Northwestern Medicine. When he comes on that even people who had very, very mild cases of cove it. In fact, it seemed to be more so that they have lingering effects. Brain fog is one of them. But this takes it to a whole nother level. It does worthy and I would emphasize it's very you know, this is a small, small fraction of people had Have the this type of mental health issue, but it's certainly some, you know word. She wants to get out. So we'll have that story for you four till seven. Good, very powerful stuff. Anything else you want. Tell us about. Yes, we're looking at the vaccination program is I know your news team is folks have been able to sign up for if you're a senior citizen for this new mass vaccination sites at the United Center. And in display mines and our Dana Ravic, also looking at how fatal crashes have increased dramatically during the pandemic, despite the fact fewer people are out on the roads, or perhaps Because the roads are more open. Yeah, we talked about that site. It's just crazy. Hey, did we confirmed that the Wrigley will be used as a vaccination site is that I've seen those reports and I believe it to be true. Okay, well, we'll see. But I have not yet called Tom Rickets and asked for my appointment. Get on that. Please let us know. Will you? Well, first, I called Bruce around her down in Florida. And I think you can help me out with Rhonda Santa's. I'd like to see if you have to go over at the club. That looks really nice. That little court. What is it? The reef Club, the ocean reading. Yeah, Well, first thing is, you don't even know the name so they're not gonna let you past the gate would not allow me to be a member there. I don't think Thank you very much, Ben. We appreciate it. It's bottom of the hour time. And that means it's time for the news at the from the North Western Medicine newsroom. It's.

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"pat quinn" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

07:08 min | Last week

"pat quinn" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"I'm Kim Gordon 8 90 WLS news last night to get off the air, shut her down in here and went into the kitchen and my made myself a bowl of potato soup. I'd lead a very exciting life flipped on the TV and there on channel 11 Chicago Tonight was our former governor, Pat Quinn. Who had some very pointed things to say about the former speaker of the Illinois house. I thought, you know what? It's been a while since I've talked to Pat Quinn, Let's get him on the program. Governor. Welcome Back to the big 89, Sir. How are you? Well, very good, Big Jen. I hope you get enough today to soup to Lhasa like that. Well, I like my life has come down to the fact that I get excited even if the soups hot at this point, a good man. You know a lot of things, you know, Country music. You know, baseball politics, You know everything. Jan. Sorry. There. A Madigan resigned from the House CD held for 50 years. We know that he's at peace, he said, with his decision proud of many contributions he's made I'm reading from a statement. He also acknowledged the quote vicious attacks by people who sought to diminish His efforts to lift up the working people of Illinois. It certainly is a reminder that Mike Madigan doesn't forget. Does he long memory was governor for six years and they had to deal with Speaker Man again almost almost every day, one way or another. The thing I'm most disappointed on is time Well, the Edison Right now. The disclosure. I'm a lawyer on behalf of the Citizen Utility board, and we're in both federal and state court suing comment to really get the money back for families and businesses that paid more than they should because of the wrongdoing by comment their lobbyists were trying to influence Uh, everybody in Springfield speaker as well as legislators, and Ah, bottom line is I vetoed a bill and 2011. This gave the Legislature wanted to give comment. A formula rating automatic rate increase almost every year a veto Dad, and then it was overwritten by the House and Senate and became law. And that is really the root of the problem with this whole skin or involving Commonwealth Edison, and they've ripped off in my opinion millions of dollars from everyday people. Right now, our suffering with the cold weather and paying electric bills that are way too high, and I pleaded with Matt again to stop that bill from passing and then so support me in the override and You didn't do that. And I think he should regret that today. You should have helped out What's your conjecture on the reason that he overrode your veto of many years ago? I don't know. It's hard to say because recently he was a supporter of cub, the sponsored and voted for the bill back in the eighties. But in 2011 his own daughter, Lisa Madigan is they're very good job is attorney general. She was on my side. She was a close to this. Com Ed Special bill on We had the AARP and a number of other consumer groups helping us but Oh, I think we lost. We lost Pat Quinn. Once you guys call him right back, and we'll continue our conversation. You know, Mike Madigan, maybe no longer speaker he has now decided originally was going to resign at the end of this month. But he resigned yesterday. My understanding, But he still remains head of the state Democrat Party, and thus he controls millions and millions of dollars in various campaign funds. I went through this Couple weeks ago, A Zafar is the various funds that he's still personally controls. And some of those funds he can use for his own purposes. Otherwise, you can use a politically Pat Quinn or former governor is back on the line with us. I just mentioned my listeners that obviously is still the head of the Democrat Party Pat and has a long time Democrat here in in the state of Illinois. You think the Democrats will force him away from the head of the party position? Well, I don't think you will be reelected. That election would occur and March or April next year, and he's up to him. He's there now. I don't think it particularly helps the Democratic Party to have, uh, Micah's chairman. He'd been terrible long enough. He started. 1998 is chairman and I believe in term limits spokes for legislators and politicians and even people in these political office positions, so term limits I think of expired and it's timeto Try somebody. New. Chris Walter. New speaker has said he actually had here's to that idea. He wants to have term moments for leadership, if not for the positions themselves. Do you agree with that? And you think he thus far he also is offering a more transparency, he says. Durkin may disagree a little bit with that. The Republicans think that it's just kind of a sleight of hand move. But overall, how do you think the new speaker eyes doing thus far? These after Good starting. No, Chris. Well, she's a hard working guy. And I do think he understands that ethics and fighting for taxpayers has gotta be job one right now in the middle of the pandemic, and you know, the Legislature has to do some very important things to straighten things out. They've been So many politicians indicted and convicted for political crimes and they know I saw him on TV said Ethics is high on his agenda. So that'll be a good way to start. You know, in Illinois are state and city of Chicago is, you know nationwide known for too often political corruption, and we've got a suite. The The barn clean and straighten things out so taxpayers don't pay a corruption tax. Former Illinois governor Pat Quinn, joining us here in double deals. Have you had a chance to read through or absorb portions of Joe Ferguson? Our inspector general's report? It's a scathing report on the mayor's office and the relatively new superintendent Police of Mr Brown in regards to the riots from late May early June of last year. Just read the news articles. John Today's paper saw it on TV last night, but it it was very disturbing, You know, really, we've got a Read it carefully in that led it ever happen again. I mean, when they raise those bridges and everything, the report raises questions whether that was effective or not, whether it actually Contributed to more problems in the inner city in the central business district. But clearly we can allow any of that The police officers themselves in many cases were put in danger because of poor supervision. So You know, there's a lot of explaining to do and a lot of reforming in that area to be done. As a former governor, I did notice in this report..

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"pat quinn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:55 min | 3 months ago

"pat quinn" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"It was a high It was a really kids. It was expensive Jet Woz. Yeah, it was. I think I only eat there like once. Oh, It was. I didn't was a big damn deal. It was, but then he you know, I feel like it closed and that's moved The lake the mother somewhere. Yes. Yeah, so didn't closed. Yeah. Didn't have the tatami mat ambience right on there. Forget the first time I think when we ate there, and they had to clear noodles. Oh, yeah, I'm like, Excuse me. No way. Yeah. Where's my Rahman? Where is where? The heart Chinese noodles that we get in the bag. I mean, I really those clear noodles. I thought Nope. That's not going to me. That was one thing. I was like, Ah, Yeah, I'm not really couldn't be more different because it really is different races. The common thing that's it right vegetables. We had some sad news. I think yesterday we got it. Alert that Patrick Quinn, the co creator of the popular A less ice bucket challenge passed away. He was 37 years old, and he had a less for seven years. Oh, so here's a little tribute to him and about what his ice bucket challenge has done. Pat Quinn was an advocate and an inspiration facing his diagnosis, head on and turning the search for a cure into a viral moment seen around the world this morning, millions are remembering his spirit and strength. Every August. Until a cure that was Pat Quinn's promised to the world. The fierce a less patient and advocate pledging to continue the ice bucket challenge the social media fundraising phenomenon he helped inspire. Since 2014. It's raised hundreds of millions of dollars for a less research. Bringing awareness and being an advocate is what I wanted to do. Oh, Pat Quinn was 30 years old when he was diagnosed.

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Pat Quinn, co-founder of viral Ice Bucket Challenge, dies from ALS at age 37

Charlie Parker

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Pat Quinn, co-founder of viral Ice Bucket Challenge, dies from ALS at age 37

"The A L S Ice Bucket Challenge. Has died. Pat Quinn died at the age of 37 yesterday after seven years with the disease. Quinn and the late Pete Frates started the challenge after being diagnosed with a L S, which is known as Lou Gehrig's disease. The ice bucket challenge raised over $250 million Since it took social media by storm in 2014. Those of you do not know

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Pat Quinn, Ice Bucket Challenge co-founder, has died at age 37

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Pat Quinn, Ice Bucket Challenge co-founder, has died at age 37

"J. Powers, Fox News Another co founder of the Ice Bucket Challenge, has died. Pat Quinn, motivational speaker and co founder of the Ice Bucket Video Challenge for a less died Sunday morning at age 37. He battled Amy a traffic lateral sclerosis, often called Lou Gehrig's disease since diagnosis in 2013 the video challenge taking social media by storm in summer, 2014. Quinn talking to Fox News radio in 2015 disease that has no hope at the moment, but The ice bucket challenge is revamped that outlook the challenge so far raising more than $250 million worldwide. Currently, there is no cure for a less a fatal progressive nervous system disease, which impacts nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, causing loss of muscle control.

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"pat quinn" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:42 min | 3 months ago

"pat quinn" Discussed on 600 WREC

"How cool is it going to get tonight? And when could we see our next rain? Chance? We'll talk about that and look at your Thanksgiving Day forecast. Coming up, Mike. Very much mad lot of folks in California, pushing back against new covert 19 restrictions in the Golden State crowd sticks to the streets and Huntington Beach over the weekend. PO testing a new curfew and 41 of the state's 58 counties. Governor Gavin Newsom has been under fire to being caught eating with a large group inside a restaurant issued the orders Thursday. Now the new rules halt. Non essential work and travel between 10 P.m. and 5 A.m. several law enforcement agencies in the state so they will not enforce the new ordinance. The curfew is expected to last at least three weeks. And in Los Angeles protesters gathering outside of Mayor Eric Garcetti is home On Sunday L, a county announcing all as a Lake County was announcing all dining both into our an outdoor will be suspended starting on Wednesday. Now this comes as a county is seeing a record number of New Cove in 19 cases. One L, A restaurant owner is voicing his frustrations with the order, saying it's unlikely his business will survive. You just told us going toe to toe lay off. People that we've just brought back. We're going to furlough them likely a zoo. We downsized take out only, which requires less kitchen less from house staff, So it's this influx is just it's about to break us all. The order is also expected to last at least three weeks. And in 20 days, it's been 20 days after the presidential election, and George is now preparing for yet another recount of ballots. The Trump campaign requesting a recount Saturday, just one day after the state certified it's election results, confirming a victory for Joe Biden. However, the Trump campaign is allowed to ask for another recount even after certification, since the margin is still less than 10.5%. Rejected President elect you're buying is expected to announce his pick for secretary of state this week, according to reports the buying tresses and processes looking at Anthony Blinken as the leading contender. He was a deputy secretary of state on the former President Barack Obama and a national security adviser went Biden was vice president. Some sad news report this morning. The co founder of the A less Ice Bucket Challenge has died of the disease. He raised millions of dollars to fight the LS association says Pat Quinn died at the age of 37. Sunday. He was diagnosed in 2013 with But it's also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease Association says Quinn's ice bucket challenge raised about $115 million to support their work and also brought in about $220 million for research in other countries. More.

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Pat Quinn, Ice Bucket Challenge co-founder, has died at age 37

John Batchelor

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Pat Quinn, Ice Bucket Challenge co-founder, has died at age 37

"And another co founder of the Ice Bucket Challenge has died. Pat Quinn, motivational speaker and co founder of the Ice Bucket Video Challenge for a less died Sunday morning at age 37 He better of India Tropic lateral sclerosis, often called Lou Gehrig's disease since diagnosis in 2013 the video challenge taking social media by storm in summer, 2014. Quinn talking to Fox News radio in 20. 15 disease that has no hope at the moment. But the Ice bucket challenge revamped that outlook, the challenge so far raising more than $250 million worldwide. Currently, there is no cure for a less a fatal progressive nervous system disease, which impacts nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, causing loss of muscle control boxes.

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Pat Quinn, co-founder of viral Ice Bucket Challenge, dies from ALS at age 37

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:26 sec | 3 months ago

Pat Quinn, co-founder of viral Ice Bucket Challenge, dies from ALS at age 37

"Pat quinn. The co founder of the viral ice bucket challenge died on sunday at the age of thirty seven quinn and the late pete. Freights were both diagnosed with a rare and fatal disease and started the ice bucket challenge to raise money and awareness about the condition. The disease has no hope at the moment but the ice bucket challenge revamped that outlook the ice bucket challenge helped raise more than two hundred million dollars to fund research and treatments for the disease.

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Pat Quinn, Ice Bucket Challenge co-founder, has died at age 37

News Radio 920 AM Programming

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

Pat Quinn, Ice Bucket Challenge co-founder, has died at age 37

"Founder of the viral Ice Bucket Challenge, died on Sunday at the age of 37. Quinn and the late Pete Frates were both diagnosed with a L s a rare and fatal disease and started the ice. Could challenge to raise money and awareness about the condition disease that has no hope at the moment. But the ice bucket challenge revamped that outlook. The Ice bucket Challenge helped raise more than $200 million to fund research and treatments for the disease. Meanwhile, one of the NFL's rookie

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Pat Quinn, Ice Bucket Challenge co-founder, has died at age 37

Always in Fashion with Mark Weber

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Pat Quinn, Ice Bucket Challenge co-founder, has died at age 37

"Co founder of the ice bucket Challenge for a less died this morning at age 37 he better Amy O Tropic lateral sclerosis, often called Lou Gehrig's disease since diagnosis in 2013, the ice bucket video challenge taking social media by storm in summer. 2014. Quinn, talking with Fox News radio in 2015 is great for the A L s community. We really needed a new sense of fight new sense of hope. So far, the challenge raising more than $250 million Worldwide.

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Biden, Sanders expected to quality for next debate

Reset with Jenn White

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Biden, Sanders expected to quality for next debate

"Front runner Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders are bracing for a battle ahead of the next round of presidential primary tight race means upcoming Democratic primaries including Illinois's are critical former Illinois governor Pat Quinn and more than eighty other top Illinois. Democrats are endorsing Joe Biden for President or so focus. Jesse smollet no surprise that can fox. She's been facing a title in this case throughout the campaign. The question is how much it will matter to voters in the voting

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"pat quinn" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

11:26 min | 1 year ago

"pat quinn" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"Popeye supplements six Ottawa locations or Popeye's Canada Dot Com and we talked a little bit yesterday on our last episode James about the Pittsburgh steelers and how these are rough times in steeler nation well they've uh uh of course lost lay beyond bell and Antonio Brown and a lot of people were saying oh my goodness. The steelers loose stars there but you know what from a team perspective. They're going going to be better without those distractions well. They've run into some injury problems. James Connor went down with a knee problem and Ben Rothlisberger left the game as well on the weekend and now we learned that his season is over. Maybe his career who knows he's. GonNa be gone after injuring his right elbow and this is thirty thirty say he's thirty seven sixteenth season in the league and yeah he had to leave that ballgame gone for the year with elbow surgery so that sucks your steeler fan yeah. It's funny obviously there's there's no one can put their thumb on this but you keep bringing it up man about about the injury level two weeks into the NFL is is off the map you don't with with guys going down and he had drew brees as well. He's going to have surgery on his thumb so he's gone for six weeks so really and he could be out as much as eight weeks if they have to put him on injured reserve so. I got to think that most people would if you're asking people who make the playoffs I would imagine saints and steelers they were seen as real playoff threats for the coming year and now people are looking out the window the star quarterbacks and maybe not so much yeah you know what it may be an indication Asian of Maybe this is an indication where guys used to be able to play through the season with no no problem going year after year that it it's it's so big and so hard hitting now that maybe this is the first example of more and more guys are. GonNa get injured. These two guys in particular. They're both in their late. Thirties drew brees is pushing forty if he's not hit that already Roethlisberger's at thirty seven in reality not these two organizations both need to start getting ready anyway for the heir apparent and right now. Neither neither team looks like they're going to be ready to move forward and compete at least the way it looks right now for the twenty nineteen season. They just looks like as with most teams I. I don't want to single bill them out. Most teams are done. They're starting quarterback goes down. The done I saw with green bay like Aaron. Rodgers has had some injury problems in recent years. If if that guy misses half a season late you're gonNA probably end up losing so that's just the reality of it. There's a real quarterback shortage out there and that's why once you've mastered the art art of being a good. NFL quarterback or a great one breeze and Rothlisburger have it's hard to find that next one to come along and take their place so it'll be interesting to see how those two organizations reacted these tough bits of news today back to the thing and how big these players are and Chris Collins thirds profiling after every play a lot of it were defensive defensive position guys on the line and he said how much different it is you know years ago where not only their big and strong and mental like most most football players gotTA. They gotta have a little bit of a switch. Steve a little valve that makes them fucking crazy but how fast they are so strong and hard hitting yeah but how quick they are so quarterbacks are getting hit a lot more than than they did. In past years you know look at baseball. Steve's the same thing you know. If if you'RE GONNA make it in baseball you know a picture of pictures you know like a quarterback you know you can't find enough of these guys if they're good but but over the years you work at a make it unless you can throw it at ninety five or one hundred or one hundred crazy fastball right they need. You didn't need that years ago and so much so is that that requirement on a Major League Baseball Pitcher I Sargodha Jays game the other night forget his name made me has whoever it was tim mazes so brutal gone for the rest of this year and next year yeah this guy through ripping pitch h and then and he's done. He's done you get hit. He didn't ballot it was so gross the ball you know he's throwing a pitch and the ball through way off. Leftover Plate is a wild pitch but he'd destroyed his arm straight to Tommy John Surgery and now they're saying you know what I mean. They'll Steve. Maybe it's a sign of the Times right that this this is this is going to be more reality that the the risk of injury with with bigger and better faster sports and stronger is is obviously going to be higher are men. There's all that talk about long term damage. CT concussions and the like and it's you know I'm I'm of two minds because I want everybody to be as safe as possible out there but the reality is if that's your primary focus in this world is super easy to not be in the NFL super easy. I find you know that brings you to this thing about concussions to right which is which is increasing at an alarming rate in football particularly and There's there's this debate about how you look. After these guys who who for sure GONNA come out with some sort of brain injury. you know a lots of them are and does the blame fall on the League for this sort of thing I've been thinking about. It and I don't think the League can take all the blame with with a guy who decides he wants to make his career in football. What I think football is going to have to do. Is you know they've got concussion protocol call. They've stopped. You know head shots but I don't think headshots were rampant. Head on head was rampant in football anyway. The only where they're gonna fix that is how do we decrease the impact of hits in football. You know whether you blame the League now or not or whether they're liable for it or not that that should all suss itself up personally think thing they need to do. Is I think they need to do. They need to establish that. They're doing everything they can to to deal with the injuries properly. 'cause you're never. GonNa ever mandate big hitting out of the game I mean women's soccer at the highest level has as an alarming concussion rate because you've got a sport where people are running fast trying to go in the opposite direction from the team. I'm coming the other way. Your opponent wants to this way. You want to go that way and collisions are going to happen. get it out this. It's about the lawsuits stemmed from is as the team reacting appropriately when you suffer some kind of a head injury. Well look at it this way. Steve You know in the League's to blame on concussions or to take some sort of liability than if I'm a player will then ever retired football player I've ever scene. Steve even on TV or personally. There's a there's a bunch of guys who still live in Evanston who played for the Eskimos. You know in the seventies an eighties. You know Tom Wilkinson still alive although in bad health but you know he was great quarterback Dan Kepler's around a bunch of guys and all of them Steve Off. All of them can hardly walk anymore. They've they've all had multiple joint replacements either near hip and and sometimes twice two or three times since I've retired hips hips only last so long you know when they do a hip replacement so if we're going to start to throw liability around well you know. I ripped my MC L. playing playing football so I go back on the League for that you know I don't not do it if I owned a team. Steve or if I was responsible for this as the Commissioner of League you know I'm saying okay. Mandatory mandatory knee braces on everybody. Everybody who plays football has got a perfect this race. It may slow the game down a little bit but I'm doing my part here. We're not gonNA wreck your knees. You would never do it coaching a hockey team off a kid said if I can if I can take what my helmet off. I can see a lot better. I'll make you know I'll I'll score more goals. There'll be a lot faster. You'd say well No. It's not an option. It Ain't GonNa happen you know so so I think that's what the League is going to have to do the the helmet. It's funny you bring up Antonio Brown in that whole helmet thing I think the league's he's gotTa make some mandatory equipment changes. You know there's something to that. You know the the whole prevention do your best as far as equipment goes. Do your best as far as you're putting rules in place to minimize mitigate the potential for injury but the the way way way bigger bigger crux of this story is again. You know we're we know that injuries are going to happen. We know concussions are going to happen and there's nothing you can do about it. Nothing unless you eliminate the sport sport or played touch football and even adults still have concussions. It's about how you react. How you're how your doctor's react hire. Coaches react are doing in that thing. We rub a little dirt on get back in there because you're a superstar thing that is the area that is going to cost the NFL kajillions of dollars. If it's done today in twenty nineteen it's happened in the past we know it but it's happening now with everything we know about concussions and and Cte then you're going to pay dearly for it down the road and you gotta knock it off for right now yeah yeah and and I agree on disagree with what you're you're saying that the concussion protocol thing is is good right. Were Liberty. They've got something place where we're going to immediately. Look are these guys when they get hit even even if they don't even if they don't come up thinking they're injured when they see it. They whistled down to the field. Hey pull that guy off. There was a head on head in a shot there so that's good yeah and I just I don't think there's I think you've got to a point now. Where you know you've got the latest technology in there. I mean everybody he comes into the game knowing what the game is and I think equipment wise they're in pretty good shape. Now I think there as long as they keep moving forward with the latest technology and they are which is why Antonio Brown got so pissy in the off season because the league wanted them to wear the latest thing that would help keep these guys safe but he wasn't comfortable with that added Antonio Brown in a nutshell while the rest of the world is going one way he goes another and in fact he is in the news again today so we're GonNa talk about this story from mm sports illustrated today it just a never ending medley of nonsense from this guy and we'll get to warns these Super Trivia as well in just a second. We all tend to feel feel guilty. When we pound baccha big.

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"pat quinn" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

14:47 min | 1 year ago

"pat quinn" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports

"Steve Up till five o'clock up to five o'clock in the morning too much coffee. We probably all that too much coffee I was I was listening to podcasts reading blogs. You know our show. Listen back to our show. What did you think I thought I thought this was the Best Guy Yeah. There's no question that there's a bunch of them out there. There's a bunch of listen to this. Dean Blonde del uh-huh who's like okay yeah. I can't say I've heard of him. He's a guy that's Toronto radio. Go Radio Guy that bounced around for quite a while. seemed like he wanted to be the most course radio announcer in the Toronto auto area and so that's about all I know and I know he's doing some website and podcasting as well yeah and he he did a I read a blog of that guy and he just it absolutely tortuous every like who's that remind you of. I know but far worse right almost yoga. It's crazy guy anyway. I did some of that and then and only finally went to bed so I watch when I go to bed. I watch forensic music files which is which is stories from about thirty years ago. Steve. There's about a million of them is like there's a whole bunch of of a it was the original SORTA dateline and so anyway that's sort of my day. Is that one of the with a really annoying music theme at the start dagger during our land. Yes we need to is pretty close. Yeah Yeah exactly exactly I hate to end. I'm running out a Netflix things so all I do now. Steve and you had mentioned that you watched an old old series or something or tried to I'm watching because I had such great luck when I started watching crime shows and series of crime shows in a a lot of them are British crime shows that I love the Marcello in the Happy Valley in a bunch of other ones was pretty yeah pretty good show and then I watched one. I got Amazon prime now. which is the the competing brother you know to net flix and Goliath? This is a really good show on Amazon prime. Okay and they got all waiting for a new season with Billy Bob Thornton as a sort of down and out lawyer and so I watched a thing called damages which is from two oh seven and it's Glenn close started off well. She's a she's a vicious lawyer lawyer taken on all the big guys and it's got all sorts intrigue murder. You know people crossing the line and all that stuff. Does she boil anybody's bunny well she. She almost could shamas. Could that wouldn't be a surprise if they did it in that in that show Chris that's what she did with Michael Douglas. Right are we. I forget the name of that movie. Oh fatal attraction who who what was the fatal attraction yeah fatal attraction who whoever thinks in that one little move you know dunk one bunny into boiling water in the next thing that becomes a cult thing so she anyway you know what I'm doing now. Steve Because I get bored there that was four or five seasons that show eight to twelve episodes of season with a running. You are running story all the time per per season and so I watched the first few Steve and then I just went affect. This is boring not doing it for me so I go to the last show of the last season. You need closure. It's tear yeah. You don't want to watch any of it. What you want closure still yeah so I ended up watching about six series last night. Just go to the lascaux. See what happened here. I would old school on my TV viewing on the weekend because there's a new version of this coming out soon it's the stand written by Stephen Hanging. They turned it into the mini series. It was four parts and it was like ninety minutes to sixty or ninety minutes to two hours long each one of them and it we in in in the in the day. It was a bit of a cult following. That's twenty five years ago and boy. Oh boy did that. Baby not stand the test of time time so we watched like say. We binged it on the weekend because my wife wanted to see it and again it all came up because there's a new version of it coming out soon and Oh My god God I mean the acting was bad in a ton of places. Stephen King himself was an actor in this and was the worst of all some of the story twists. It got me to thinking that were quite fortunate. Now that the the game has changed thanks to the net flicks is of the world and things like that. TV now is basically just a you know the version of what we see in the movie theaters like back in the nineties when this thing came out like TV writing that was that was for TV writers all the best writers are going to movies and now that line is blurred and TV's. Every bit as good as movies are now yeah well. It's got the it's got to the the level of I think a lot of these series over the years of said we're going to have your hero Steve. You know the the theme of these things doesn't change. The storyline doesn't change. There's conflict. You've got your villain. You've got your hero in the end. The heroine's right all those although series but the difference now is they've tried to make these these heroes a little more more personable and take inside their their lives right so there's always you know luther was it was a great show detective show but but just this f. up detective you know and I see all these other shows like that to where these people have got big problems. They crossed the line a little more. You know breaking the law to get done what they have to. I'm I'm kind of bored back. In the day Steve. It was referred to this before Thursday night must see TV TV. and you had a bunch of sitcoms but let me give you the lineup. NBC's Must See TV would have been the cosby show family ties some random one like night court or something like that and cheers well. No no no. I'm talking about dramas okay. I thought I thought hillstreet blues was in there. That was a big That was a big deal so back to those days see Miami. There's a bunch of them. Ever imperatives the guy with the glasses who is actually I think he was on Hillstreet Blues. The one that has stood the test of time is law and order order. Okay it's it's still on people watch this thing. They go back and watch old old series of it so what's it. It's it's really good and I think that's what all this other stuff is borrowed from That's that's my sense of right on so the problem. Steve is people have so many options so many options so it's you know what what are you going to do to sell a series to someone. That hasn't been out there already eighty right. Someone told some told me Netflix is buying everything we'll put up anything and and they own a bunch of those series are their own series so oh there's so many versions of Netflix out there too like there's all kinds of you know as I joke around like there's a net flicks and there's probably one out there called net flicks or just some sort of hybrid of them. There's so many of those companies and they're all out there clamoring just clamoring for content so there is opportunity at the other buying up everything they just read today that they're taking Seinfeld so net flicks I'm not sure where Seinfeld is living now. Now I think might have been on at least where we are. we've been watching it on craven. It's been entirely available there but Netflix just bought it and so so you'd be able to watch all the Seinfeld reruns that thing may never end. The paychecks may never stop coming in for those guys right again back in the a day if you wanted to watch Seinfeld only one choice. You know that you had to out to watch it on. Whatever night was one night a week? I think it was right. It was a weekend weekly show yeah and so that's the only choice you had and then then. VCR's came along. Steve so you could you could tape your shows and P P NPR and all that stuff lavelle now. Everyone's everyone's got him on reruns so you better have a good idea. If you'RE GONNA make a show work it'll totally so. Are you looking forward to the hockey season because as we record this right now we have a brand the new. NHL Season Kinda starting in that we've got the bottle of Ontario happening out on the east coast so it's just the start of the preseason but it is the start of another hockey the season and I would imagine that the weather in Edmonton sort of gets you ready for a new hockey season. Maybe before the rest of the country is ready. I other getting jacked up. I could see people around town. I was on a golf course when was there. Friday and the foursome in front of us were dressed head to toll in oiler gear. It was a tournament like a like a little charity scramble that we were in and it it was kind of people tramping at the here to to get hockey. These guys even had orange grips on their clubs. Steve Colors. There's no yeah sort of sort of Freaky freaky Istvan that I've ever seen in my life and you can. Maybe you may be seeing pretty freaky fence too. You know there's there's guys will have the the shrine in their basement of stuff. You know if I get one request a week. I get ten from people trying to get me to get an autograph from the Great One. Okay I get lots of people asking me and it's always the same story you know. It's always and everyone's got a story. Steve and I met him back here. He touched patting myself on the head when he's walking the lobby it would mean the world all the rate of stuff but I went to the vet fantasy camp for fifteen years and a guy showed up from Saint Louis with permanent tattoos of Wayne and all his hockey teams who for. La Saint Louis New York in Edmonton on like two on on each arm headed Wayne respond to that was fucking creeped out man crazy. Janet doesn't doesn't even have that. I've seen her nowhere to be found man. There's nothing there this. This guy had them everywhere. You know I it's funny. Though when you talk about stories that fans have about you know wanting to be close to their sporting heroes 'cause I always thought maybe it was urban legend that if you go to Gretzky's childhood home walters plotting around there somewhere somewhere he would take in check out the place and then a friend of Mine Kevin McNamara. This cat have been much more than six months ago. He's in in the area and SORTA stopped and was looking at the house from the street in his car and some neighbor said you know what come on in Walter love to meet you and sure enough. He went through and got all kinds of photos of things with all the great. Things at Gretzky's got down in that basement and stuff but I didn't realize that that was still happening. You know what that that is. One hundred percent true. It's forty two variety is the famous address in Branford and I walters still lives there alone and his son. Glenn lives around the corner and branches there in town Kim. Is there the sister Keith is out here courses as the assistant. GM and Wayne is Wayne right but that's true. I've stayed there before bunch of times stated that House and I've been there when there's you know whatever you know ten eleven o'clock in the morning at the door with complete strangers and Walter says come on in. Let's go downstairs is where this museum of stuff is that you've never seen before but that's true he still does he still bill doesn't never it never turned anyone away. Almost problematic that people that people do it. This is crazy. You know and they'll say the same thing. I'm really sorry to do this. Well then to do with you know so but that's true that's very Michael. He's collected many many things over the years and you don't Walter lost the step of course radio the aneurysm there for many years ago now and he was never the same guy but but it certainly never in fact some of the personality that Walter is now. He wasn't like that before where he's so generous so giving you know. I've done dinners with Walter. He's he doesn't speak very much anymore at but but he'll often QNA and I've done that with them there I know him and there's a comfort zone with them to do that and he's he's the first guy to arrive and at the end of an event he will sign till till no one wants autograph anymore very cool from I'm Wayne Gretzky who scored a point or two in the NHL and so many records that will absolutely never be broken. WE'RE GONNA go to Arby Computing Web poll today who is most likely to lead the senators in points. This season got quite a bit of feedback on this on the twitter machine we got Damian Smith who writes I say Drake Drake bothell and has all the potential to.

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"pat quinn" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"pat quinn" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The new car baby Harris was sitting in an SUV. At a red light when police say someone in another car opened fire Harris was wounded in the. Head shoulder arm anti he drove west before. Slamming into a tree Harris was pronounced dead at. University of Chicago hospital the u. of c. says the victim. Was not a student Pam Jones WGN news at least are investigating a fatal hit and run into Humboldt. Park neighborhood this morning the victim of forty two year old man was found dead in the, street in the forty four hundred. Block of west division. Just after three AM the investigation had to close a division from Cicero to Costner's. Police tried to gather some evidence of. That investigation is ongoing the Chicago Board of education is reviewing recent comments made by the principle of king college prep at yesterday's board meeting apparent played, a, recording, of principal Melanie Ebeidi, sceviour defending, her schools dress code Race Cigarettes Some of the parents accused the principle of blaming the students for past sexual abuse governor Rauner faced his democratic challenger j b Pritzker in, Bloomington normal last night for a face. Off we have had government spending on a rocket, ship and we've had slow growth of our economy for decades. Unsustainable that always leads the deficit. Spending that always leads to higher, taxes created fewer jobs in, Illinois in three and a half years than Pat Quinn did in the same time period fewer jobs than Pat Quinn in the same time. Period the forum was hosted by, Illinois farm bureau earlier yesterday attorney general. Candidates Erica herald and. Kwami Rowell took questions in a similar. Forum as emergency shelters open rain began to pour and mobile phone alerts went out the approaching hurricane starting to feel real for Hawaii, residents hurricane lane forecast to continue its northwest turn into the islands, today which would make it the most powerful storm To hit a Wii since hurricane in Niki in one thousand nine hundred ninety two and now WGN neighborhood news here's Kim. Gordon, if you're in river north you may wanna take a stroll through the merchandise.

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"pat quinn" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"pat quinn" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Network results Yes that sounds official doesn't it I didn't know, what that song was until today but this man may in fact know. What that tune is all about he is former governor. Pat, Quinn good evening. Governor Quinn Well you doing there Steve it's, always good to talk kid anytime day or night well it's good to. Talk to you as, well did you recognize that tune Until Tuesday but it's a good that's supposed to be the Illinois state theme song so. When the president of the United States comes out. They play that. Song and this. Is supposed. To be the same sort of thing for the state of Illinois but I guess you can't always. Believe the internet, I don't know we. Looked up we tried I. Have a question to ask you before we launch into what I know you wanna. Talk about, first of all I congratulate. You governor this is governor Pat Quinn, I believe the only Illinois Governor, in my lifetime never to serve. Time. In, jail so that's that's. A very good thing you must hear that a lot. Actually, but there's a couple of governors governor Thompson. And governor Edgar there yes Avoided any kind of. Incarceration Although when I was governor governor for, six years at one time there were, two former, governors Chan Ryan George Ryan both in. Jail at the same time so we have raised a new piss and ethics, laws and straightening things out and. We get the job done so very quickly before we because I know, we have limited time here but I need to ask you this question I can you still pardon people Not anymore no five thousand clemencies when I was governor but once you we've. End today, at indeed on the, last, day my last. Day before noon, on the twelfth, of January twenty fifteen I. Did act, at a. Number of, clemencies were people frankly who were wrongly. Convicted get, a straight net out that's what Justice is all about well here's why, I ask I was just in London, I was, invited to a meeting of cat experts. And it was at the house of lords pretty fancy I mean that's like, the lowest yes like the congress. So I thought oh my gosh I'm at this amazing historic I mean, the places I mean it makes our congress building look new I mean it's The thousand years old or something you know and this sharing. To storage, wonderful building so I, will, tell you just. Between us I, stole a fork, I walked because it has. The insignia, on it. Of the, house of lords I know so do. I need, pardon Oh boy They don't have, that authority but I know, what you're, you know the air was hitting the White House when I was governor number occasions and they have, like, napkins ooh I did that take, any forks or anything silverware, but you, know the napkins have the White House and anything that's kind of a souvenir like that is good, but It was exciting we go back, to London you better bring the fork so tell me about a petition that I know you're encouraging people to, sign Term, limits and the mayor of Chicago it's a referendum, Steve under the constitution of Illinois if we get fifty two thousand five hundred nineteen signatures by Monday that's the deadline that on the ballot in November when people go to vote for. Governor and all the other offices get a chance to vote for a binding. Referendum on whether the mayor of Chicago should be limited to, two terms this is frankly what the rule is. In every other big city across. America your kids. A two-term limit and sodas. Los Angeles and Houston Philadelphia. Of the ten biggest cities in our country only Chicago has no limit whatsoever How long the mayor conserve and we want to give voters a chance to. Vote.

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"pat quinn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"pat quinn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The north at sixteen miles per hour top local story on NewsRadio WBZ m the coastguard last night calling off the search for a missing sailor. In the Chicago to mackinac boat race Chicago police saying they. Will undergo recovery efforts beginning at daybreak the unidentified man fell from the vessel named. Immedi while it was on Lake Michigan Five miles out from the. Start line at navy pier late yesterday afternoon the, race began under rough conditions, with northerly, winds creating red currents and. Waves of between six to eight feet former governor. Pat Quinn says he believes he'll have enough signatures for. A term. Limited referendum to, appear on the November, ballot which could prevent mayor Rahm Emanuel from, seeking re-election. You can't be kept off the, ballot if we get those signatures we're gonna make sure, that, people have a chance to vote on term limits for the main crane says is gonna sixteen days left to try, to acquire enough signatures he said the hell have an update on his petition drive on. Tuesday wayside congressman Danny Davis has been helping Quinn get signatures saying he is always favored term limits saying it has nothing to do with mayor. Emanuel instead it has to do with every big city in. America having term limits for executive branch government except Chicago it Kane county corrections officers Stands accused of sexually assaulting an inmate sixty two year old John, Johnson of Elgin was. Charged after he turned himself into thirties the Aurora, beacon news says Johnson is also a security guard for the. Library of. Elgin Johnson's being held on one hundred fifty thousand dollars bail in the Kane county jail Dave Marcet NewsRadio on, one zero five point nine FM and duty Chicago. Police officer is in fair condition with. That injury following a crash, has today morning in the Logan square neighborhood the Tribune saying the officer was northbound on Kenzi when it, collided with an heading westbound on diversity police say the officer. Was an, evidence technician on his way to shooting scene that occurred several hours. Earlier Friday night at a man was shot in the head in the thirty two hundred twenty five year old man driving the sedan who. Struck, was also injured you could sign up.

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"pat quinn" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"pat quinn" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Fdr dr not looking too bad the lincoln and holland tunnels they're nice and quiet and the l a double are now back on or close to schedule an extra update in less than ten minutes on wcbs dan meteorologist danielle knittle what's on tap weatherwise well things are going to be pretty quiet vicki here over the next several days for tonight looking at a partly cloudy sky sixty eight degrees low tonight in midtown will drop closer to sixty across the hudson valley tomorrow on mixture of sunshine and clouds a pretty nice afternoon with a high of eighty three mostly clear tomorrow night the low sixty nine in the city again closer to sixty though in many the surrounding suburbs for friday sunshine will become mixed with some clouds again eighty three degrees then turning a little bit warmer and a bit more humid moving into the weekend saturday times of clouds and sun going up to eighty six degrees and partly sunny on sunday eightyeight we can't completely rule out a shower thunderstorm for the weekend but right now again it is looking largely dry currently seventy seven degrees in midtown i'm meteorologist danielle niddle in the wcbs weather eight fifty on wcbs helping to reignite the magic of the ice bucket challenge we saw in two thousand fourteen yonkers mayor mike spano along with yonkers native and ls patient pat quinn formerly announce the next challenge today at yonkers raceway i think we can all be that what pat quinn and the community has accomplished is really remarkable one hundred fifteen million dollars was raised in two thousand fourteen alone and pat quinn senior read a statement from his son we will do everything we can to fight this thing and we'd be here for the ice bucket challenge every august until a cure save the date the next one is august fourth hit fifty one forest therapy i'm pat far.

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"pat quinn" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"pat quinn" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Former governor pat quinn pushing to get a term limit referendum before voters hit the polls in vancouver which would affect mayor emanuel's push for a third term dave did you see what happened with this yesterday there was another added bonus to this paul vallas who's running for mayor signed onto this with the former governor pat quinn so he's on board with the term limits to picking up a little momentum representative ken dunkin said thursday won't resign his metropolitan water reclamation district board posts calling allegations he made inappropriate sexual comments a one hundred percent baseless accusation this came the allegation against dunkin part of a series of complaints lodged by sherry garrett illinois house aide who said speaker madigan chiefofstaff tim bates harassed her and brushed her side cod compliment complaints about harassment by lawmakers including dunkin and very serious issue stave the us suicide rate increase twenty five percent from nineteen ninety nine twenty sixteen is on the week that kate spade kills herself and it draws attention to it the good news is draws attention to the bad news is the numbers popping at that rate so the national suicide prevention lifeline isn't important number to have handy anytime one eight hundred two seven three eighty two fifty five that's one eight hundred two seven three eight two five five.

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"pat quinn" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"pat quinn" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"More from pat quinn of the saint louis legacy foundation with tom ackerman when we left off pat was talking about the need to raise money and move forward as the project continues patrick quinn is with us from the saint louis legacy ice foundation how do you do that how do you raise those funds and have people reached out to you and who are you trying to reach to get people involved in support the project fans folks that are passionate about the game you know really been anybody out there to help us do this because this is a non for profit project this is a public private partnership and all there isn't anybody that's going to be making anything off of this project as far as a developer a big company or anything along those lines this is really about hockey lovers like me coming together and trying to fix a problem that we have in our community and hopefully you know we will get everyone to step up to the plate do their small fair share to help bring this to be reality and delivering what's going to be not just a great price for the kids that live here but bring you know twenty million dollars a year of revenue to the city sixteen thousand hotel nights you know tremendous tax dollars to continue to grow our sports tourism industry you know which will be a boon to the local economy so you know everybody that's giving is going to get something back over the long haul not just from the game but from the fact that we're improving the economy now patrick you do have a partner in this and that would be a hockey team people might be familiar with there called the saint louis blues what what is their role in all of this dan so you know it's a another great situation of folks giving to get and supporting what we're trying to do in our hockey community and the blues yet again or being a tremendous partner to the city of saint louis is you know many of the ownership groups have been over the years but now with tom stillman christopher men and the group that's leading things now we just see that taliban that they're just trying to continue to infuse into the.

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"pat quinn" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"pat quinn" Discussed on WCPT 820

"I ask you if you'd like to take if you follow your absolute let's no right to do it we're talking to pat quinn folks a seven seven three seven six three nine two seven eight that's our number if you want to get in on this conversation with pat quinn former governor pat quinn by the way i can i ask you why do you think you lost the election of governor uh seventy million dollars of yeah bruce rendering cdm you raised a lotta model we learned my mother who lived to ninety eight could not believe that pat quinn her son could raise a great deal of money but it was traveling compared to around her head and you know runner didn't have a record than so we can make up stuff in now in you know three years later you see he's never signed the budget when whose governorates i'd six budgets is that easy it's very hard but you have to have a budget to run a government governmenent in all he's just done a lot of bad things to heard people when it comes to fundamental things that we need for health and safety and education the lines are open seven seven three seven six three nine two seven eight we're talking to pat quinn yeah i mean meeting he he's gone what is this the the the fourth time we submitted a budget yet ahead for budget addresses same ole baloney referred before you know not if it essentially not a budget yeah you know it's all a phoney baloney in my opinion but you know dick i had a run in 2010 a tea party year in illinois had he'd deficit yeah because of the great recession among other things and so i'm running for reelection as governor in iin tell people the truth and we needed revenue a campaigned on the income tax making sure we had proper revenue from there and i was you know tact by the other side the rightwing and the tea party people but we won because people know when all said and done we want to have a decent school system early childhood and k to twelve and community colleges and for your universities scholarships for students who have financially and you know i think in public life i've always try to tell people what they need.

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"pat quinn" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"pat quinn" Discussed on WCPT 820

"And gun manufacturers for spreading tools of death in our communities also resist donald trump who is violating the constitution every single day i will fight for real criminal justice reform by ending the racist war on drugs mass incarceration in cash bail alinak twowheel police reform i've already taken on the political corruption that plagues our state and i'll continue to do so as attorney general on march 20th vote for the only conflict free agent candidate herring goldstein paid for by citizens were goldstein we are back we're talking with the pat quinn you you you know it means the former governor of illinois he just reminded us i did not remember that buddy just reminded this that he signed the uh uh samesex marriage bill louis equality and and illinois yeah very important day i saw you we did it through the legislature both houses passed the bill in november of 2013 i signed it into law and i think it represented what people can do when they band together for a clause they believe in and uh and we've done it else other times dickey oh we offer before we came back from the break you know the affordable care act passed in washington president obama signed it obamacare that means i do care okay i i believe in decent health care for everyone but every stay in order to get the federal money had a pass its own law and there was a battle in illinois and i get it through the senate and house in then i signed into law in its expanded healthcare to more than a million people in our state and we got a protected in again that's why i'm run for attorney general we're not going to let trump or his allies take away healthcare from every day people it's a battle of a lifetime real i wa i want to turn to a couple of other subjects while you're here uh currently there is a huge debate over gun control in this country in fact florida just past some legislation the governor just signed some legislation to change the age limit for for for buying rifles soon uh which to bring it into do uh uh sync with the handgun legislation 21 by handgun ends and and and.

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"pat quinn" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"pat quinn" Discussed on WCPT 820

"People that are running more and when our fair your arm talking about thirty or younger who are running for their candidates forward shakeout some of you saw um do enough in committee when they're on uh the cook county government and state government so i'm looking at our free are laudable how i see a lot of action and that's a good thing and so i want to congratulate uh doiron hall he went to through radio are with hails france system are you through unfair remarriage stream true okay no i understand exactly what are you talking about an hour near full day pat queens interview where you're i mean you've cello border go somewhere in fear now pat quinn fed mike connors made that clear many times and yes jean only the people that are uh that he was alluding to that are out there running um years so johnny strong is a person i know who's running in the uh for the fifth if they were of district shamefully julian assange running south loop chicago teacher's union young who's running for the can't remember what but office it is uh these people a your generation late 20s really 30s thing yet the mcdonald michael was corrected wake up the way the whole way when's particularly with the burying the concealment of the video with the evidence i mean that was i met a loss for when it comes to that in the area really boggles my mind how romania will like isn't in jail or at least like under investigation right lake it makes absolutely no sense i mean we we we sitting here complaining about this investigation with trump like how is rama me were in need different it just boggles lohman you will make it an argument for me what you got their dennis kevin europe next right now you hear that at the sound of a city worker right there just out there just making the street i don't know i'm trying here but it's mike the city worker go ahead mike mike how's it going are you going i just want to warn you're you're gonna have to put your duke so you're going to have to fight you're going to have to defend your guy hair quinn the long knives are out there good or try.

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"pat quinn" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"pat quinn" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Attorney general's race man is it getting crowd now pat quinn has jumped dan pat quinn has announced that he's going to run for the democratic nomination for attorney general stubbornness how many people is that seven or eight in the race for democratic nomination for attorney general i at least six or seven i know that and and and you know what i mean i know pat grand is an activist and i know he's he's pushed a social agenda done i know you know i know i know that that he he he is hard is in the right place but you know what i think i want to say come on pat bonner come on do you just constantly want to be in the public eye in a public office he's been treasurer he's been revenue director for the city of chicago he's men lieutenant governor he's been a member of the board of tax appeals he's been governor and and now that he got defeated by bruce runner die wants to jump back in the race and he wants he wants to run for attorney general there are a lot of good candidates running for attorney general in fact just recently just just this week i think just this weekend as a matter of fact uh i'm trying to i'm trying to what is it though renato mariani former assistant federal prosecutor here in chicago threw his hat in the ring yesterday announced that he's running for attorney general you have quami rahul who's running for attorney general you have jesse ruis running for attorney general scott who who's running for attorney general there are a number of other there's only two republican candidates so far but there are six or seven candidates for attorney general some of them with splendid prosecutorial records i mean sharon farley for example she's running for attorney general on the democratic ticket you have a number of former federal prosecutors seeking the democratic nomination for attorney general here in illinois an and like i said now pat quinn jump sam but i mean i think if there was any message that the people sent when they elected donald trump and god help us because of that but it is that they are tired of the same old faces in.

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"pat quinn" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"pat quinn" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Pretty much known is that she prefers an executive office rather than any legislation rather than easier governor than a senator correct or may be better suited for that right just just of of having more of the second of responsibility than just being one of several legislators who would want to be governor of illinois well hey look good look at all the candidate explain that to me explain that to me explain that to me are people who are a successful as you can be an all of these different areas want to be governor of illinois i will discount your successor intelligence by that ambition alone a bolt of very valid question and you have these obviously egos a very important part of the role of any politician but you have some of them who believe that they can write the ship of state and uh that's going to take a lot of work it it reminds me of when frankly one mayor emanuel was elected and his campaign theme was that you know that i got elected to make the hard decisions well they don't necessarily happen the first her but you're seeing those hard decisions you know just about every day i've wondered two and i think about what would have what a day for mayor emanuel is like and i think that just hasn't sound like things i want to do every day you know i mean bourbon cuttings are nice but even those must at some point get tedious and then you've got a stick your neck out there and get completely vilified and criticised you know i mean who wants to be mayor either right no an end you know as far as ribbon cuttings look on the state level we haven't had a a public works kind of program that exist in state since pat quinn there aren't ribbons to go cutting pat quinn's future these days um i think he would still white to be gaining attention in up someone even floated his name as a possible candidate i heard that a turn eternal i it's it's possible but i think once you've held the office of governor but that pretty much subjectively samangan she's not going to run again brand you.

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"pat quinn" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"pat quinn" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Solution that might work best but i'm not a technical wizard i'm not a you know a an engineer of bitcoin son on on an honestly know what segregated witness really does and and i don't know exactly how you know increasing the block size works that these are the two different proposals that have been that have been made in there both moving forwards i like would you pointed out mark is that the original bitcoin didn't even have a blocks ice cap on it as i understand and the naked out in a one megabyte blocks ice cap later because there was an issue with people spamming the network with basically fake transactions to try to do denial service johnson joining mark and i hear touch let me turn your mike on that would help to yes welcome what's interesting actually the you know he said it about a dirigible action not having a block that blocks ice cap because pat quinn cash also doesn't have that is correct it does actually it is the bitcoin abc is what the program is that sort of behind bitcoin cash and abc stands for adjustable blocks ice cap so they they have put in as i understand it i think they opted to eight megabytes right now i think it's i think in jump from one to eight but it's at eight at the moment but the miners can somehow votes on whether or not they want to raise the block size further past eight megabytes signed my interesting idea article that i read an article today it's i knew when i had sent over to two maybe be something we talked about the night but it had said specifically that block the coin cash was trying to mimic the original vision of sabotage documenta which did not include um caps so well it's it's not mine but institution akimoto did help institute the one megabyte cap cap but the suggestion was that it would be able to be removed and apparently that couldn't be done easily yeah i mean to give the miners that decision on who raises the cap seems like you know putting us back in the same boat but i'm going to presume that these people have thought what about that.

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