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"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:59 min | 5 months ago

"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Riches and wealth and I have my goal he happy to be here Michael P. that's all right you know what it's Patrick yeah all so Patrick you know your Irish what should I see what exactly why I got to use the middle initial because of you say Michael McCarthy now every that half the room stands up the other half of the room stands up when you say Michael Patrick McCarthy anyway we're here on an open plain show open show means you or the guest and it's been a it's been a couple weeks is actually been three weeks since we had an open show and you get to be the guest tonight do you get past the questions tonight we've had some great gas on two weeks ago we did our Charles Schwab interview and if you don't get a chance to listen to that you can go to our website financial consulate dot com that's consulate like an embassy dot com and listen to that interview you can either listen to a re run of the radio show where I did some commentary during the before and after each of piece of the show or you can just listen to the role sixteen minute cut of the interview with Schwab is a great interview because you know he has such a passion to change the financial advisory industry going back to nineteen seventy five when he first started in one industry that needs change any he he felt that in nineteen seventy five he said the whole commission orientation the whole the way the big wire houses are doing this is all in the best interest of them and he wanted to change the industry and he cut commissions seventy five percent on that first day in nineteen seventy five and they raise commission and it was a statement as to what he was trying to prove and and for the last forty years he's been dedicated to try to change the industry in a big way yeah I mean it's been interesting in the past few months talking to some of the other custodians listening to how they react to things like the most recent drop to zero you know zero feet trades and you know the way they describe it when you hear these other guys talk to like yeah when Schwab decided that they had to go there and then we all had to follow you can just hear the drain like why would you do that like you know why would you cut I'm to cut money out that we could all be making together right you know because it you know he proved that back in nineteen ninety two when he cut the the irate feet all the other companies raise their irate fees they were charging twenty five thirty forty fifty dollars and Schwab said you know this ridiculous why are we doing this and when he cut those I remember saying to Chris I said you know what we need to we need to figure out how to work with companies like this where we can be independent and we can choose to broker as opposed to be affiliated with a single broker and and Schwalm single handedly has transformed the financial advisory industry when he opened up platforms like we now have what the consulate uses fidelity TD Ameritrade and Schwab but those platforms that we can now work on our were created and designed by Charles Schwab and company to change the industry and it has dramatically absolutely he where he leads others have had to follow yeah so we're an open show tonight for one zero nine two two six six eighty if you want to call and be the great gassed and direct the conversation in a in a way that will answer questions that are important to you we do have one call our on line but if you want to call in for one zero nine two two six six eighty four one zero nine two two six six eighty if you have a question you want to talk about gene in Colombia how can we help you I know it is a different little better wrinkle on a topic to to come up quite often on your show last couple years you know when you're on Medicare and then you do your taxes right there was a long time threshold for joint returns over a hundred seventy thousand AG are right before there were some surcharges to plan B. and things like Irma now I read an article in canton yours it says this year's been raised a hundred seventy four yeah wasn't that great of them very kind wasn't was that it was very scary separate legislation reporter to secure after what not that I know of I'm you know I don't know if it wasn't an inflation adjustment because they're all they're arbitrarily it's that it's a step inflation adjustment and then they've been to the you know they've been like like dean saying it was nineteen it was I'm sorry two thousand and seven when they set the one hundred seventy thousand standard and this was the first time that they've ever raised and it's a hundred and seventy four now but also keep in mind gene that they've condensed into used to be the top bracket was four hundred and sixty thousand dollars now they're down to three hundred and twenty thousand I think it is when you hit well it's not the maximum they have a new new bracketed seven hundred thirty or forty thousand I can only wish for that yeah but you know there's been a lot of talk about changing the Irma tax for married couples down to eighty thousand dollars and single down to forty and the Democrats three always polluted selecting coronavirus smiling just saying you know the Democrats were the ones that were champion that concept and so be careful out there you know think about you know how you vote when you look and and listen anyway good question Jim this change is not there have been out of the cold now known as far as I know there is no call it was like Mike said it was just a it was just a legislative thing that they decided that just raise it to one seventy four I don't even think they have to go through Congress I think this is done it's just attached to something else they have some congressman says Hey I'm going to put my pin on the fact that I got this increased on the right as a rider on some other bill but yeah there's actually five categories now on the thing I think it's important we talk about topics like this for everybody who doesn't know exactly what they're talking about when you're on Medicare and you have a premium when your income goes a certain above a certain level or above five certain levels Medicare will start to charge you more for the premium so the way that drew always describe that as a tax and it's a tax that can be planned for it sometimes and it's a cliff it's a cliff if you go to one hundred seventy four thousand one dollar just to grows sexually modified adjusted gross income you go over one dollar and you're going to go up by a I think it's something in the neighborhood of eighteen hundred dollars a year husband wife premium anyway good point Jean thank you very much one open sure we got a couple people in line but if you want to call it four one zero nine two two six six eighty there's plenty aligns open right now and we're gonna come to Dave and Lori after we come back from this break with traffic.

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"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Dorsey a new app has taken the cyber world by storm and you've probably seen folks post images from it on social media it's called the face sap and to explain what it does and it's controversy let's bring in CBS news technology contributor Larry Maggie hi Larry hi what's your friends look older than you think they should if probably not the stress of being online they're probably using faith app which can age you it's kind of a cool after really you take a photo out of your gallery and it's L. will advance in age and they can also go the other way to see what you might have looked like when you were younger and sell a you might add some wrinkles he by changed about black haired okay gray hair it Federer all the things that happen in real life happen in these virtual image through the aging technology this seems like something that is also based on some pretty high tech stuff including facial recognition technology well if cloud based facial analytical so it's using artificial intelligence to analyze what your face looks like now and predict what it would look like in a number of years and you can set the different years depending upon the version of the app you have so if using artificial intelligence and it's based in the cloud which means the image is uploaded to a server and that for the processing takes place now Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is among the lawmakers call in for scrutiny of the apps alive call for the FTC and the FBI to investigate face to see if private information of millions of Americans could wind up in the wrong hands and used for very bad purposes we need more than in the assurances we need the facts Larry what's all the fuss about well as I mentioned you have to load the image to the server that's the only way the product could do what it does but there's been a lot of speculation about suggesting that may upload other images not just do what you select but some articles if at all of the image on your phone or your photo library well according to a couple of security researchers interviewed by both the New York Times and The Washington Post that part of it is that true they're only looking at the images that you sent up so it's certainly not as bad as some fear from a privacy standpoint I think one of the other issue that senator Schumer is concerned about is if the app developer happens to be in Russia for your apps there but for the active based in Russia according to reports the data is actually stored on Amazon web servers in the US so unless there's something we don't know about the data itself isn't going to Russia but the implication the fear is that the Russian government may be getting a hold of your personal photos and screenshots I doubt very much whether that's the case but obviously it's something that concerns senator Schumer and some others if all foreign entity Afiq developer has access to so many photos of Americans to so much social media data what could they potentially do with that they can do a lot and in fact they I'm sure they do have access it too because he doesn't have their face on Facebook along with their name in a public setting in many cases so sure a foreign adversary with sophisticated a I and facial recognition software could begin to build a database associate what someone looks like with who they are and theoretically I mean I guess come to our country and start getting image of the people in it knowing things about them or maybe not even coming to our country doing online so if something could happen but again while I worry about death I don't worry so much on this app and by the way the developer the former Microsoft employee so he has some credibility outside of the Russian world but the bottom line is a lot of things are possible we don't have clear evidence that this app is doing anything to ferry F. other than what a lot of apps you it's going to serve you ads is gonna win violate your privacy just like they all do when it comes to send you information send you ads but again we don't know of anything six Pacific at that it does that we should be terribly afraid off CBS new technology contributor Leri Magen with the reminder about protecting your privacy on face apple or anywhere else online thanks Larry thank you so much over the last week across the world events marked the fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo eleven mission that we talked about last week and with our Peter king at the Kennedy Space Center now correspondent Jim Axelrod is taking a closer look at another milestone in space the giant Magellan telescope expected to be the world's largest once completed it is certainly a peculiar place for a state of the art laboratory but under the football stadium at the university of Arizona this one we started just about eighteen months ago Patrick McCarthy has the international group building the largest optical telescope in the world the.

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"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on KCBS All News

"I'm probably okay to have one more drink before I drive home probably okay I opened the window to stay alert step out of the car please I probably made a mistake probably okay isn't okay when it comes to drinking and driving if you see a warning sign to stop and call a cab a caller friend bus driving is drunk driving a message brought to you by nets and the ad council from the Capital One bank studios in Washington this is the C. B. S. news weekend roundup here's correspondent Steve Dorsey a new app has taken the cyber world by storm and you've probably seen folks post images from it on social media it's called the face sap and to explain what it does and it's controversy let's bring in CBS news technology contributor Larry Maggie hi Larry hi what's your friends look older than you think they should if probably not the stress of being online they're probably using faith app which can age you it's kind of a cool after really you take a photo out of your gallery and it's L. will advance in age and they can also go the other way to see what you might have looked like when you were younger and so a you might add some wrinkles he by changed about black hair to gray hair eight Federer all the things that happen in real life happen in these virtual image through the aging technology this seems like something that is also based on some pretty high tech stuff including facial recognition technology well if cloud based facial analytical so it's using artificial intelligence to analyze what your face looks like now and predict what it would look like in a number of years and you can set the different years depending upon the version of the app you have so if using artificial intelligence and it's based in the cloud which means the image is uploaded to a server and that for the processing takes place now Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is among the lawmakers call in for scrutiny of the apps alive call for the FTC and the FBI to investigate face app deceive private information of millions of Americans could wind up in the wrong hands and used for very bad purposes we need more than in the assurances we need the facts Larry what's all the fuss about well as I mentioned you have to load the image to the server that's the only way the product could do what it does but there's been a lot of speculation about suggesting that may upload other images not just the one you select but some articles if at all of the image on your phone or in your photo library well according to a couple of security researchers interviewed by both the New York Times and The Washington Post that part of it is not true they're only looking at the images that you sent up so it's certainly not as bad as some fear from a privacy standpoint I think one of the other issue that senator Schumer is concerned about is if the app developer happens to be in Russia so your apps there but for the app is based in Russia according to reports the data is actually stored on Amazon web servers in the US so unless there's something we don't know about the data itself isn't going to Russia but the implication the fear is that the Russian government may be getting a hold of your personal photos and screenshots I doubt very much whether that's the case but obviously it's something that concerned senator Schumer and some others if off foreign entity Afiq developer has access to so many photos of Americans to so much social media data what could they potentially do with that they can do a lot and in fact they I'm sure they do have access it too because he doesn't have their face on Facebook along with their name in a public fitting in many cases so sure a foreign adversary with sophisticated a I and facial recognition software could begin to build a database associate what someone looks like with who they are and theoretically I mean I guess come to our country and start getting image of the people in it knowing things about them or maybe not even coming to our country doing online so if something could happen but again while I worry about this I don't worry so much on this app and by the way the developer the former Microsoft employee so he has some credibility outside of the Russian world but the bottom line is a lot of things are possible we don't have clear evidence that this app is doing anything to ferry F. other than what a lot of apps you it's going to serve you ads is gonna win violate your privacy just like they all do when it comes to send you information send you ads but again we don't know of anything fix specific at that it that we should be terribly afraid off CBS new technology contributor Leri Magen with the reminder about protecting your privacy on face apple or anywhere else online thanks Larry thank you so much over the last week across the world events marked the fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo eleven mission that we talked about last week and with our Peter king at the Kennedy Space Center now correspondent Jim Axelrod is taking a closer look at another milestone in space the giant Magellan telescope expected to be the world's largest once completed it is certainly a peculiar place for a state of the art laboratory but under the football stadium at the university of Arizona this one we started just about eighteen months ago Patrick McCarthy has the international group building the largest optical telescope in the world.

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"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"This one we started just about eighteen months ago Patrick McCarthy has the international group building the largest optical telescope in the world the giant Magellan so one of the big discoveries in astronomy in the past twenty years is that ninety seven percent of universe we have no idea what it is but McCarthy says the giant Magellan project is working to change that that is a chunk of glass yeah feel it's pretty heavy this is pretty dense stuff it takes about twenty tons of these to make one mare using special glass which makes up the telescope seven twenty seven foot circular mayors that is shipped in from Japan then melted down in a specially engineered rotating furnace I think it is probably the only rotating furnace for making large mirrors that reaches temperatures of more than twenty one hundred degrees it takes the team here in Tucson eighteen months to complete a single sixteen and a half turn mirror but researchers are quite clear it's worth the wait it's a major breakthrough in our ability to study the universe astronomer Jared males tells us giant Magellan's resolution will be ten times greater than NASA's current gold standard the Hubble Space Telescope it's that revolution in resolution that scientists say will help the giant Magellan discover new planets and look deeper into the universe than ever before deep enough to turn back time the telescope certain time machines in a sense because light travels fast but not infinitely fast so if you look ten light years away you're seeing the light.

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"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Dorsey a new app has taken the cyber world by storm and you've probably seen folks post images from it on social media it's called the face sap and to explain what it does and it's controversy let's bring in CBS news technology contributor Leri Maggie hi Larry hi what's your friends look older than you think they should it's probably not the stress of being online they're probably using faith app which can age you it's kind of a cool after really you take a photo out of your gallery and it will advance in age and they can also go the other way to see what you might have looked like when you were younger and so a you might add some wrinkles he by changed about black haired okay gray hair it Federer all the things that happen in real life happen in these virtual image through the aging technology this seems like something that is also based on some pretty high tech stuff including facial recognition technology well if cloud based facial analytical thought using artificial intelligence to analyze what your face looks like now in project what it would look like in a number of years and you can set the different years depending upon the version of the app you have so if using artificial intelligence and it's based in the cloud which means the image is uploaded to a server and that's where the processing takes place now Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is among the lawmakers calling for scrutiny of the apps alive call for the FTC and the FBI to investigate face up to see if private information of millions of Americans could wind up in the wrong hands and used for very bad purposes we need more than in the assurances we need the facts Larry what's all the fuss about well as I mentioned you have to load the image to the server that's the only way the product could do what it does but there's been a lot of speculation about suggesting that may upload other images not just do what you select but some articles if at all of the on your phone or in your photo library well according to a couple of security researchers interviewed by both the New York Times and The Washington Post that part of it is that true they're only looking at the image of the east end up so it's certainly not as bad as some fear from a privacy standpoint I think one of the other issue that senator Schumer is concerned about if the app developer happens to be in Russia so your apps there but for the active based in Russia according to reports the data is actually stored on Amazon web servers in the US so unless there's something we don't know about the data itself within going to Russia but the implication the fear is that the Russian government may be getting a hold of your personal photos and screenshots I doubt very much whether that's the case but obviously it's something that concerned senator Schumer and some other if if off foreign entity Afiq developer has access to so many photos of Americans to so much social media data what could they potentially do with that well they could do a lot and in fact they've I'm sure they do have access it too because he doesn't have their face on Facebook along with their name in a public fitting in many cases so sure a foreign adversary with sophisticated a I and facial recognition software could begin to build a database associate what someone looks like with who they are and theoretically I mean I guess come to our country and start getting image of the people in it knowing things about them or maybe not even coming to our country doing it online so if something could happen but again while I worry about this I don't worry so much on this app and by the way the developer the former Microsoft employee so he has some credibility outside of the Russian world but the bottom line is a lot of things are possible we don't have clear evidence that this app is doing anything to ferry F. other than what a lot of apps you it's going to serve you ads is gonna win violate your privacy just like they all do when it comes to send you information send you ads but again we don't know of anything fix specific at that it that we should be terribly afraid off CBS new technology contributor Leri magnet with the reminder about protecting your privacy on face apple or anywhere else online thanks Larry thank you so much over the last week across the world events marked the fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo eleven mission that we talked about last week and with our Peter king at the Kennedy Space Center now correspondent Jim Axelrod is taking a closer look at another milestone in space the giant Magellan telescope expected to be the world's largest once completed it is certainly a peculiar place for a state of the art laboratory but under the football stadium at the university of Arizona this one we started just about eighteen months ago Patrick McCarthy has the international group building the largest optical telescope in the world the giant Magellan so one of the big discoveries in astronomy in the past twenty years is that ninety seven percent of universe we have no idea what it is but McCarthy says the giant Magellan project is working to change that.

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"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ryan says excitement is growing ahead of tomorrow's celebrations after the first trip to the moon in nineteen sixty nine many expected that by twenty nineteen people would be going there routinely but Space Center Houston vice president Daniel knew Meyer says the long delay might soon be over Apollo was a different time with different goals and you know where we're headed now I think there's a new push for space exploration and you know all the technological advances that come from that the president trump promised today that door going a lot further now we're going to the movies and going to Mars Jim Ryan ABC news at the Johnson Space Center in Houston fifty years after the Apollo eleven mission to the moon advances in technology are helping us understand the universe beyond our solar system the giant Magellan telescope is expected to be the world's largest once it's completed CBS's Jim Axelrod is in Tucson Arizona where it's being built for all of human history people have been gazing skyride at night studying the stars and wondered what could live beyond then we'll soon scientists will have a powerful new tool at their disposal and its focus is well out of this world it is certainly a peculiar place for a state of the art laboratory but under the football stadium at the university of Arizona this one we started just about eighteen months ago Patrick McCarthy has the international group building the largest optical telescope in the world the giant.

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Building Giant Magellan, the world's largest telescope

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Building Giant Magellan, the world's largest telescope

"Giant Magellan telescope is expected to be the world's largest optical telescope once it's completed CBS news correspondent Jim Axelrod reports from the unique place the telescope's being built it is certainly a peculiar place for a state of the art laboratory but under the football stadium at the university of Arizona this one we started just about eighteen months ago Patrick McCarthy has the international group building the largest optical telescope in the world the giant Magellan so one of the big discoveries in astronomy in the past twenty years is that ninety seven percent of universe we have no idea what it is but McCarthy says the giant Magellan project is working to change that that is a chunk of glass feel it's pretty heavy this is pretty dense stuff it takes about twenty tons of these to make one they're using special glass which makes up the telescope seven twenty seven foot circular mayors thirty shipped in from Japan then melted down in a specially engineered rotating furnace I think it is probably the only rotating furnace for making large mirrors the reaches temperatures of more than twenty one hundred degrees how complicated is it to build these wears pretty complicated and it's a real precision polishing challenge in each mere when they're finished is so precise and so smooth if you made it the size of the continental United States the distance between the tallest mountain peaks in the deepest valleys half an inch what's that smell Magellan's mirrors will eventually end up on a mountain top in Chile's Atacama desert housed inside a twenty two story

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"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Let's, let's see. Let's see I'm report by tomorrow night, comet zero the ninth and final two zero of our, the coverage hours gonna be cold. We don't know what's going to be called, but it's going to be a by teams have been struggling this Chiro and may well, go home empty-handed, swelling to quite a few writers and managers, those teams to get their, their thoughts on how difficult is, maybe we should include ourselves in all struggle to find a bed tonight. We might might be a lead to dishing, but yeah, Columba's zero has been supported by Hans grow through this Chiro, and we're very grateful to them. They'll be also support thing, Columbus zero at the Twitter fronts, and the Welte Spagna. So thank you very much indeed, to them before we go tonight. Daniel, shall we just see few thank You's to friends of the podcast? If you wanted to become a friend of the podcast, you can sign up at the cycling podcast conference Gustav episodes. Most recently, I think it was the most recent one was it, the, the revenue. The Markle holler Bernie Eisele story of their recovery from vase serious injuries last year. That was a dining production. Very good at is two I'm but less air. Thank yous too. Few friends of the podcast saying very much to Robyn Patterson. Sarah Haidinger, Patrick McCarthy, Linda. Gillmeister. Andrew Gladstone, Marcus Stein, Matthew Squires. Julia right, William Gonnet, Taibbi Ingham, Emily Guzzo under Pavle tonk of. Thanks. I didn't realize. All things pretty share your support. Thank you. Daniel, thank you. Rates..

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"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Man Jimmy Rollins named Hollywood. China ride a beautiful structure the, the three to pitch the Kris Bryant. In the. Does he have any reaches down? Size. Back. Patrick McCarthy, of course with the call TV couple it was wonderful. And then he got traded and point of what was so wild about it as you consider, maybe the leading team to acquire them. So they're crowds going for two reasons one, they get to see no hitter, even the rooting for their team they see no hitter to they think to be a cop will Willie wasn't got traded to Texas by way of Texas, eventually gets Chicago last year. And, and obviously has been doing things for the cops call versus the Phil night. And by the way, phone line, certainly there, for eight, seven to nine ninety nine four on just trip down memory lane with call when he got Cole hamels is one of the more is one of the more important figures in recent Philadelphia sports history. He only two titles in a history of the franchise goes back to eighteen eighty three. He's one of two people to win the MVP of the World Series. And by the way, of course, was the MVP of the NFC SS. Well dominant postseason run at believe if I remember it was four. Orono didn't get the winning game five because of course it was a tie game when he came out in the rain, the whole deal. But he was not beat the Phillies were not beat in his starts. He was fantastic. And then, of course more success. You know nine not is good. We know that twenty ten fantastic twenty eleven still very good. And then, of course, the team declined and Cole had a big sour, and they moved on and rightfully so it kind of jump start the rebuild. But calls a special figuring Philadelphia sportcenter you wanna weigh in on coal, and your members Cole hamels, Phil pitcher certainly take those calls. Eight seven to nine ninety four ninety two Mike. And what's up Michael guys? What's going on Mike? Cole hamels memory. So my back party was in two thousand seven and my brother-in-law, who was awesome. He part of my bachelor party was going to Phillies game. We did a Saturday afternoon Phillies game. The cardinals also breaking Calamba pitched in pitch. It was awesome to watch it. It's, it's something that I always with my buddies air and it was time. And I'll always remember the pitch that game pretty cool. Yeah. Pattni shak. It's a mess. You know something's gotta happen with that. I mean yeah. Got you just gotta go out there and do it, man. I mean I don't I don't I don't understand. I mean how old is he? He's thirty eight. Here's an older dude. No thirty eight. And you know last year. He's coming off the Tommy, John and so I did feel like that was going to be a short term thing. You know, you have to be careful with them, and I just feel like this is persisting. And now it's feels as though they've sort of let this Frankenstein monster. Grow out of control where he's making himself unavailable when I do think that gave has to put his foot down at some point, right? Yes. I, I agree with that John tube. Our Joe does the bullpens, pitching, you know fairly well, they get rags on Mike. That's the thing they get ragged on. They got the fourth best bullpen in the league. I know. But it's tough when this is what happened in the league according to own. According to the Iran, according to the Iritani are fourth best in the national lake. I mean, not a small sample size. I mean, we're up to may twenty second year. It's pretty good. Rickie metallica's last night after the game was over I catch that he said he's like this is what happens when you don't have like you know, this, you're the closer, you going close the game days in a row, then you get out. Okay. Well, then you're gonna close if he can't go that day. Right. You have to like the closer is a big deal like the setup guy, little relief guy. Usually a guy that used to start an doesn't start anymore, right? Like the closure is the closer. And then you got the guy who's got a clue Ryan Matton. Like when when the World Series was the closer, which couldn't go matching clothes. That's just the way yet him in closer by committee thing is getting old. Can I can I make a flyers point, not really applies ruby and Chen, last night dominated sharks? It was absolutely so much on the line because I'm I like the blues and I love group as the coach and I always liked him. They always played them out of physician. They played them at the wing for as long as he was here. He owns always on the wing. And now he plays center. He's the top center on the blues and it's just so frustrating, the flyers won't play guys in the right spots. They won't bring up their young guys. It's just, you know, it's just really frustrating. I hope they can learn the ruby was a good coach. You know you gotta put down around a good co. They didn't have much town at that point. I actually thought it was the right decision to move on. But, you know, I'm Mike, what do you got who are? What is aged will Demi Moore Demi Moore? You gotta might purchasing her for a while. I mean favorite movies of all time that you discuss frequent, which want about last night? No, which one. Where? Teamster striptease strip-tease. Sometimes I put strip tease I two TVs and put striptease and showgirls on at the same time, you got a lot of options, right there. Lisbeth Berkeley, Demi Moore got all sorts options. Eight seventy I kid I kid, I've never had two TV's. I put one on TV I put one on the on the internet on my phone. Eight eight eight seven to nine I kit, again ninety four coming up at noon. Your chance to win a thousand also coming up next role change that a lot of people were clamoring for. It's not gonna happen. And I'm glad it's not gonna happen. His it would have been stupid to change the rule which rule. What sport.

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"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on Hard Factor

"I think hot rod thinks it better to just back away now and not have to face getting grilled on average is choice of the Russian investigation. Look, I mean, it it in every form of business. If you kinda like champion a two year project that fails you're gonna you're gonna your heads are gonna roll he he he went after his boss. He took his shot didn't work out time to resign bullied online. No one sitting with you at the lunch. It's because because he's I don't think he's resigning because the the investigation quote failed because it did not prove collusion. I think he's resigning because there's other things in the investigation. The motor report that are gonna come out with grants designed in because Democrats want two more years of investigation. Yeah. So it's damned if you do them to Don he didn't he didn't get a slam dunk win. And now now was going to just continue to nitpick and listen to the Democrats know isn't going to be fun for everybody. This two year investigation of the investigations congressional hearing is coming. There was a rumor that the attorney general himself bar would not show up next week because he's trying to avoid a subpoena to have to speak about the Russia investigation greater detail, the bottom line is there something in that report that no one wants to talk about you know, what the Democrats to find it for sure I guarantee it, you know, guys, they they're really onto something. There sniffing it out. It'd be there. I think it service level. I think it's like tip stuff. Anyway, look, there's lots of different theories on why he resigned so an effort to dig in. I thought I'd check out some of the visitor posts on rods five hundred and five like Facebook page leading up to yesterday's resignation. This might shed some light on why he decided to leave charm. Command said this on his page. Boy, didn't you turn out to be a spineless traitor piece of shit against the American people and just to keep your job. Those all caps. In fact, all these are all caps. Don, enters Don Anderson, free and Bach says you are disgrace hang your head. And then my favorite from Cape path Patrick McCarthy says where your balls impotent sad count..

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"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"While we were on the in production only two years. The effect of the show is much greater than that. And so in Hollywood, they don't really know how powerful the effect of that show was nationally. I can't escape it. Because of course, even in my altered state now. Without hair except on my face. I'm still I'm still. You know, not all the time anymore, but recognized by people, partly because of my voice, I think, yes, it's unmistakable and. The. I found it out when I started doing plays because people would come to see something that I did. And I I'm so grateful for the good luck to have been in a show with the kinds of writers that that show had and and in particularly to my gratitude goes to. Ad and si- and to net. And David Levy, the executive producer. They they gave us something really fantastic to work with. And that's great. And it has such a a strong positive affect the. People. People's hearts are warmed by the kind of humor. That's in that show. Absolutely. And there's not it's not terribly dissimilar from some of the Marx brothers stuff or you can't take it with you, which reminds me sometimes exact group ball family. We use that analogy a number of times talking about the show. Well, you can't take with you you belong to that fraternity of actors that are like Carroll O'Connor and an Allen Alda who will who will be known for a many things. But but that part that that that character. It's connick. Yeah. It's it's. Of course, my brother said. You know, the real you is go out. That's right. That's great. We have. We hope you work on a book. John. There's there's so we could interview for about six hours because there is a a lot to cover. We just we wanna thank Patrick McCarthy, my friend who who who looked me up with Sean who got this process started. And we wanna thank our engineer. Who's there with you? Rob spe- wack, and do you have anything you wanna plug before? The theater program. Yeah. Plug theater program. Tell them to turn give us a major. It's the John tell us what the John asked. Theater the Johns Hopkins University. Yeah. That has to be a thrill to to have the feeder named after for God's sake. It is that I know you're into something called value creation. John because I was doing very deep diving about your worry worrying what you what? And how you you? You talk to your students, and I just want to tell you that Gilbert, and I have been lifelong fans, and you have created a lot of value for us. Thank you, very much, many people. You know it. It. It's it's part of my Buddhist philosophy. But it existed long before that because I I noticed an article it was in a Hopkins publication when I was in Threepenny opera, and they asked me a question. What is it you really want to do? And I was I wanna try a way to create value on the stage. You have my friend. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you for decades of entertainment and thanks for your research. You kidding? I've been researching you for about two years hoping. Hoping this day would arrive. What do you know? My first movie was got. Yeah. I have it somewhere. Gimme a hint. Well, my first Hollywood movie was west side story. We didn't get your west sides. Larry glad-handed, I used to say that all the time. Hand until someone from New York. Said John what about the pusher? All that's right. So I found that in the credits. I. I have I think two lines. Yeah. In in in the pusher. As detective, we hope you write a book, we we. We hope we get to see again, John and cover some more stuff. Thank you, very much guys and fish been Gilbert, Godfrey amazing colossal Todd cast with my co-host. Frank Santo Padre. And we've been talking to guess too was well worth the way. John. Then some John I'm gonna send you those Facebook posts from your fans. Okay. Thank you. John. Thank you. Thank you MacKenzie. Thank you creepy. They're all. The Addams family. The house is a busy. Yup. The. Yup, they really are scream the Addams family. Sweet. The t. Wichita you go. The spy.

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"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"Yeah, so, and there's just so many other guys on the board here that I probably would have gone there. I would have rather tried like Navan lay than Alex Len. For example, I just don't think that Len fits in with what they're trying to do. Iovine lately says the ability to switch. I would have rather. You know, thrown this money at like Taiwan so or Patrick McCarthy. So in like that, just a a wing with a little bit more of an upside there. So that would be one the that I would be again, questioning. I just don't really see the upside of this. Even if Len somehow turns out now they will have early bird rights on a metre, two years of egos really. Well, you could may be resign him, but I'm just not that much of a believer in Len as a modern player and already at twenty five as wallet, just either you think Len is good now and he's going to just help you win games and block some of your younger guys, like John Collins, for example, or you know, he, he view him as an upside play, but then he's twenty seven after this in you're still not going to be any good. So I don't really see the point of this compared to maybe someone that you could develop. It might be a little bit more modern and more likely to be a part of what you're doing in in a couple of years. I mean, I'll do the terrible signing, but it I think they could have gone in. Maybe a little different of a direction, especially with all the centers they already have. Yeah, agreed there. Do you wanna talk about Philly first or do you wanna talk about mellow next ios to Philly here? I think that's interesting. You know, they had a roster crunch which they also solved in part with a trade for Phoenix moving on from Reshad homes, but now Philly at fifteen guys. They also opened up cap space to sign Jona Bolden to a four year deal. The last two years non-guaranteed guaranteed. I assume it's pretty close to the minimum in the first couple of years. They needed cap space to sign him to that four year deal. And of course they got Moskal a as well. So he does give them a little bit more of a stretch element with pneumonia deletes a reneging on his deal to join the king's which we'll talk more about as also I think having a stretch option is good..

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"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On wbz newsradio ten thirty and remember when you're away from your radio you can always listen to wbz on the iheart radio app wbz news time now to ten in thailand the young soccer players trapped in a partially flooded cave had been practicing where he diving masks and breathing but experts say trying to teach the boys to dive and swim their way out would be very very difficult that's a group of school children singing outside the cave as authorities continue to look at options to get the team out cave diver klaus rasmussen says it's really impossible to teach all the proper diving techniques if you don't know how to swim and you're in a very black environments which petition kill your inside a cave is not a good environmental learn and so nobody will teach anybody full cave coast but try and get them comfortable with the moss comfortable breathing completely different as for swimming out underwater it is clear that difficult yes it is we're talking kilometers transport under the water zero visibility and officials at the boys in their coach may not all be extracted at the same time depending on their health i'm shelley adler a manhattan federal judge says there's a strong case that the trump administration acted in bad faith by including a question about citizenship in the twenty twenty census dr patrick mccarthy says his kids count report shows a census question with short the government headcount by at least a million children under the age of five particular question is most likely to affect the most vulnerable kids and families in the country for kids and families children whose families are immigrants that we think it's a very bad idea to include this question a coalition of seventeen states washington dc and six cities led by new york or suing to get the citizenship question removed in a judge has now given the green light to proceed with those lawsuits the census determines how federal funds are distributed and also how congressional districts are drawn all right let's switch gears now and check in on sports a red sox are wrapping up a three game series in washington this afternoon right now the score three zero red sox wbz's charlie birger on with those with that and more also the other pro sports team in boston making headlines on the holiday wbz's charlie birger on in the ticket dot.

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"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sergei and ius cripple reports and in march local resident amy ireland is concerned especially as you're hearing the cordons so vince owes bray other places as well so yeah very alarming to were hospitalized over the weekend further tests are ongoing police right now are keeping an open mind tom rivers abc news london a manhattan federal judge says that there is a strong case that the trump administration acted in bad faith by including a question about citizenship in the twenty twenty cents is dr patrick mccarthy says his kids count report shows census question which shortchanged governments headcount by at least a million children under age five those particular question is most likely to affect the most vulnerable kids and families in the country for kids and families children whose families are immigrants that we think it's a very bad idea to include this question a coalition of seventeen states washington dc and six cities led by new yorker suing the citizenship question they're suing to get it removed a judge has now given the green light to proceed with those lawsuits now the census determines how federal funds are distributed it also determines how congressional districts are drawn are you feeling patriotic on this worth of july maybe you even hung a flag outside your home well norwood homeowner arthur mccann likely has you beat by a long shot in a work of art mccann paints his whole lawn into a giant version of old glory he tells wbz tv about his artistic process it's feel pain so i basically just used a stencil for the stars and of course there's fifty stars and of course there's thirteen stripes because we know you have to do it right mccann's says the massive flag is part of his yearly independence day party the response from his neighbors he says has been absolute applause wbz news time now twelve twelve to sports the red sox are in washington this afternoon facing the nationals right now the top of the fourth no score yet zero zero wbz's charlie birger on now in the ace.

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"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Three it is now on a wednesday morning as we hit the mid week mark and other decent day today though you will feel an increase in the humidity rain showers are likely to arrive this afternoon and then intensify moved through the evening lingering into tomorrow it is friday when the heat wave begins and that means ninety plus degree days for at least into the start of next week timeout new jersey's first news five twenty three there is new information about that plane that landed on a secure beach in cape may we don't know where the pilot is but now we know who he is he is the stepson of the plane's owner barbara tumbling does company flies banners along the beach she says she's shocked fifty year old jimmy dalen took that plane and has no idea what he was up to she did describe him to us as a loner didn't think he had a drug problem but now may think differently she believes he survived the landing and is hiding out somewhere with his friends about he's been found in the new jersey home or new york giants cornerback generous jenkins lives the bergen county prosecutor's office is investigating the death of twenty five year old roosevelt rene who worked as a music producer he was founded jenkins house in fairlawn about ten miles north of metlife stadium as described as a family friend of jenkins it's not known where jenkins was when the death occurred a spokesman for the giant says they are monitoring the situation but have no further comment new jersey is nearly the best state in the entire country for child wellbeing that's in a new report from the anti casey foundation this morning it looks at more than a dozen measures across four broader categories that gauge our child's chance for success the garden state ranks third for overall child well being our best showing comes in the education category ranking number one in the nation whether kids are in preschool whether they're reading proficiently by fourth grade math proficiency by h sprayed and graduating high school on time patrick mccarthy president of the annie e casey foundation says the state ranks third in the health category fifteenth for family and community and twenty for economic wellbeing weighed down by the percentage of children living in families with a high housing cost burden.

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"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Fest this friday through sunday patrick mccarthy's helping organize the event it's a very tough thing in this country to discuss guns on me but the conversation has to be had obviously right now that conversation is centered around a weapons accessory known as of bumps stock simply put it turns a semiautomatic weapon into a simulated automatic weapon and we found out there are no laws restricting the sale of bumps stocks in pennsylvania new jersey and delaware unfortunate innocent like this happens right away once i wants to ban gun zero she doesn't want to do anything i think we have to sit down and have a rational discussion where we go forward in this country henry ross off cbs 3 eyewitness news for kyw newsradio kyw news time eight thirty seven and the fiveday forecast now back to feller in the eyewitness weather center bright sunny morning katie but that's going to changes the day goes on i think it will yes we start to see a final boundary advancing from the north and west here ran an even though that's going to have a very difficult time crossing through our region it is going to help bring in a little bit a lot leather along the way so with time this break brilliant sunshine a yields to some clouds and you're actually even going to see a shower if not a brief but luckily heavy downpour off to the north of the city now i don't want to rule out that philadelphia itself ends up with a shower but it's primarily going to be the northern half our area that sees the best chance for that and it primarily would say between meat b three eight o'clock at night that's a general window right now eighty one degrees expected high meantime some very warm tonight dropping down to a pretty humait 65 degree lau like with it likely with some areas of fog redeveloping in early tomorrow morning now tomorrow also features some sun and clouds a stray showers up to 80 degrees it's high end downright humid on saturday feeling like august with a high of 84 and some sunshine but do you watch for some spotty showers around on sunday now that could impact the eagles game we're not talking about a washout habur however just a little damp your high up to.

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"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Search for a motive behind sunday's massacre picking through an attorney mary lou dan lee says steven paddock never gave any warning that something terrible was going to happen it never occurred to me in any way whatsoever that he was planning violence against any one more than one hundred investigators have spent days combing through details of his life for insight into what led to the shooting yesterday president trump met privately with victims and first responders in las vegas for the president it was an emotional day we met patients that were absolutely care ably wounded he and the first lady met with some of those wounded in sunday's deadly rampage the president had praise for the medical personnel who treated the wounded the doctors nurses all of the people at the hospital have done her job this indescribable mr trump spoke with some of the first responders as well including members of the police and fire department you showed the world in the world is watching and you showed what professionalism pujol steve futterman cbs news las vegas now in the wake of the las vegas massacre a few republicans have signalled their open to considering gun uncontrolled legislation put forward by democrat dianne feinstein her bill would ban the sale manufacturer possession of bumps stops trump socks trigger cranks in the like those devices increased the rate of fire from a semi automatic rifle this is a huge gun show arrives in montgomery county this weekend the cbs 3 eyewitness news reporter henry ross off we draw vendors from all over the country seventeenhundred tables worth packing the greater philadelphia expo center for gun tober fest this friday through sunday patrick mccarthy's helping organize the event it's a very tough thing in this country to discuss guns on me but the conversation has to be had obviously right now that conversation is set it around a weapons accessory known as a bump stock simply put it turns a semiautomatic weapon into a simulated automatic weapon and we found out there are no laws restricting the sale of bump stocks in pennsylvania new jersey and delaware when an unfortunate it said like this happens right away one side wants the ban gun the other side doesn't want to do anything i think we have to sit down and have a rational discussion of where we go forward in this country henry ross off cbs 3 eyewitness news for.

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"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"patrick mccarthy" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"From utah dies they just a few match i mean to put this in perspective it you're going on it's your anniversary you in your wife over excited you're going on a trip overseas is this is a special day took for both of you it's a special trip for both of you and um what happens not job crazy and say absolutely so what happened who who was this guy what would you to let me tell you that all the terror attacker great britain got good to do one i get a guesses what would you guess is a mess if you just had to pick him a lot of a hat and just what the turn guy's name was well would you guess patrick mccarthy nole that that is not the personal bob to my mind peter picked opie irish name of patrick mccarthy a as his guess for who the assailants was in that terror attack in london no i'm going to tell you what his name was in you will not be surprised and our i know oh my friends will be upset with media but his name was come lead the muscle would must sort of and he was known to i am the five five the british intelligence agency and some sort of not job and some sort of missouri zeller as some sort of crazy but they had kind of dismissed him and thought you know what he's just a peripheral figure he's up an outside or is not somebody who was part of any organized effort whether it was or not if this was the lone wolf attack yes what you got good people you have dead people you have a lot hurt people some of them with minor injuries like sprained ankles but some of the really messed up from this guy was up the red cap and so would once again we see terror once again it is inflicted buys someone who is a believer in radical islam alright so this is very worrisome very frustrating and the i tell you what is more frustrating is there is british lawmaker by the name of all dig be enjoy log dig made jones obviously cole lead mississauga was must win try he was a radical islam that's not to say all muslims are radical islamic with this guy wants now out of all the attacks that happened.

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